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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892092701 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. l Semi-Weeklvol. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1892. DANVILLE. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. NO. 61 Tho I. J. Man at the Barbourville Fair and at tho courthouse tlile. Monday afternoon, Tho local brass band Uvmed thiiiRH Satup on the public square Fr day and urday nights. -- KklerJ.O. Frank is conducting n protracted meeting at Lomlou tills week. Stanford, Kid. John Bell Gibson, of Christian church, Sun- preached at tho day. Judo J. 0. Hemphill ban opuned n "" stock of Hunts' furnishing goons building. clothing In tho Miller-Hotepolish, Judgo Hcmpblll Ib a nnd hn hpent a greater ed gentleman portion of his life in tho mercantile business In Ijineastor. Wo bespeak for him a liberal shaieo! patronnge. It took nil of Wednesday and half of Thursday to complete thu taking of testimony In the case against John Campbell for killing Humphrey Best. After hearing tho arguments of counsel, Judgo Itobluson decided that there were not sulllclent grounds for boldiug Campbell rt.B ornnd iurv and ho wa discharged. A large crowd from 1'alnt Lick attended the trial. Dr. Hon Letcher, of Henderson, spent Sunday with bis sister, Mrs. Mag Dunn. Mr. John Fsrra bus returned from Staunton, Va. Miss Mary Annie Wiluioru roturnod to NicholBsville, Friday. Mrs. Jool'axton, nee Mim Mary DM.it.LiMi nint a fuw das last week with her mother, Mrs. Alex Itobluson. Judge J. C. Hemphill and family have returned l from the meeting of tho Knights of Pythias at HBrrodsburg. K. L. Klkln, of Surveyor Collier's olllce, Louisville, is hero on a visit to his moth-t-- r Mr. Triah Simpson and family are visiting In Hustonville. Itev. Waito and are visiting Mrs. 0. wife, of C. Storms. l Gov. James B. McCreury will spoik JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. large one that it could not be completed nnd the fair was continued over till Sat urday, when. I am told, another large his Leonntus colt, Leonawell, for crowd attended. The premiums were $10,000. not remarkably large nnd as there were M. S. Haughman told to Dr. Jackson a great many "specials" the association Givetis, of Pittsburg, a combined mare evidently came out away ahead." for $175. I was impressed with the good looks -- Win. Moreland bought of various shall' keep constantly on During the year 1892 I of tho crowd Friday. The men, as n of hogs parties in this county a stock of hand a full and complete general thing, aro refined and substanat I to 4 cents. tial lookiug, and the ladies, if you will r old feedFonS.w.K. 15 extra weighing about 1,100 lbs. Apply to pardon tho slang, are "out of sight." ers, to It. H. Hronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. Knox county is ahead of several of her -- M. F. Klkln bought of A. C. Martin LAUREL COUNTY. LONDON, sister counties in this hue and in fact a lot of fat heifers at 2 cents nnd of 0. nearly comes up to tho blue grass. Dora Jackhon, who has been M. Spoonnmoio'-150 pound hogs at I To make it even more pleasant for the Sunday sick so long, died at 4 o'clock My stock of on la. visitor within their gates the young men sister, Mrs. venlng at the homo of her The Carlisle Mercury sayB tho new a delightful hop, Friday evening, give Georgo W, linker. She was loved by owners of Hlue Lick Springs will build MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. at the new hotel. There were somo 40 husband and little child hnvo a line track and organize a fair and trot all nnd her Miss Mary P. Young, couples present and from 0 p. m. till 3 Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol The marriage of the deepest sympathy of tho entire town. ting association. daughter of Col. Bennett II. Young, nnd a. si , Terpsichore wns worshipped. Lots drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Durial on Cemetery Hill Monday. Covington business men have orof pretty girls, dressed in tho latest ap- D.LTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. Considerable excitement at tho de- ganized tRo Farmers' aud Shippers' To- - BurtMcVay Allison, will bo quietly proved hop style, wero there and tho solemnized Oct. Pith. morning caused by H C. pot Sunday Incco Wnrehoueo Company, with n capWo send cordinl greetings to Daniel scene altogether was one of beauty nnd Urougbton shooting at n colored man ital of $1,000,000. It will be a rival of Mayes Bowmar, of the Woodford Sun, merriment. named Tom White. Some liquor wbs tho Cincinnati combine. The town of Barbourville is not what nnd his bonnie bride, who was Miss said to have been tho cause of it. Tho rains hnvo brought the grass Cicily do GraflVnried McCaw. May tho more sanguine thought it would bo out wonderfully nnd if this weather when the boom was on, n couple or so The Greatest of Trottlnfl Meetings. they live long and prosper. it will be ns fine as was over seen years ago, but it is u good town anyway About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, tho advertiseIn this Issue appears ItobertC, son of Gov. McCreary, ment calling nttention to Kentucky's n the fall. Tho corn crop Is an average will marry MIm Jessica Nowberry, and lots of business is done there. Ediwhich we offer at of tho county, but in this daughter of Gen. Newberry, of Chicago, tor Lewis D.Sampson claims that ho has great trotting meeting at Lexington, Oct. in 6 to 14. The programmes are ready nnd tho other third, it is much less than half Oct. 6th. After n short bridal tour tho the best town in the State, and whilo I will be mailed to those who apply, as n crop. groom will settle in Chicago to practice do not ngree with him altogether, I must McAnally, of tho Shelby City neigh his profession of tho law. as soon is ndtnit that it is a good place and n most will tho full list of entries Association has ottered borhood, sold to A. K. Denny, 23 acres Tho publishedAfter being married 08 years, Geo. excellent town to secure subscriptions Just received a new stock of the newspaper. for the races aud secured tho of corn in tho field, average G barrels 2' Clouser aud wifo held a celebration with to a $50,000 A family by the name of Andrews, beat horses In tho whole country; yet it bushels to tho acre, at f 1.75, the lowest 123 descendants in attendance, nt Manshas generously set aside tho gato re- price wo have beard of. Mr. Denny will field, III. Both tho old people aro lively living in Barbourville, mado music for ceipts of. the first, second and third days feed it to bis mules, of which ho has and well. A sister of Mrs. Clouser cele- tho fair. There were in tho band, befor tho two hospitals and tho orphan about 50. brated her 01th birthday in Ohio Friday sides tho father and mother, five 6onB Last year Build Todd paid $10 per nnd n brother is in bis 80th yenr. and n daughter and the music they as Tho Charity Organizaasylum, known Tho programme id aero for 15 acres of land near Speedwell. In Lexington. Esq., ono of tho ed- made was good indeed. The daughter II. C. Marimon, tion before us and it is an attractive our, full He put 150 pounds of fertilizer per aero itors of the Harrodsburg Sayings, will blows n slide trombone with much grnce avStiff and Soft Hats, Caps,K&c. In the Shoe line we can offer you of variety nnd excellent in arrangement. upon it and planted corn. His crop ruarry Miss Nannio Foray the, of Mercer, and ability, while Mrs. Andrews "toots" In eraged nine barrels to the aero and bo a cornet like a veteran. best ever anything for Horsemon pronounce it tho Oct. 5th. Wo do not know either of From the lair I went, to Cumberland and predict that the Stallion repr- sold It for $300, $20 per acre, or twice ns them personally, but John Pulliam's enesentative Stake (fo.OOOt, Saturday, Oct. much ns tho land cost. Richmond Reg- dorsement in such complimentary terms Gap, thenco to Middlesboro and then to ister. " towns 8, Tho Transylvania Stako (w.OOOt, to nut them away up in our Pinevlllo three As low as any House in town. H. C. Hull, of Montgomery county, is enouuh Free-fo- r of sadness pernil purse in ono day. A feeling Monday, Oct. 10; tho estimation. of GeorgeOwings 100 barrels of and tho bought Wednesday, Oct. Mrs. Andrew Tucker, a comely vades my very soul when I look at these E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Friday, Oct. 14, will new corn in tho field nt $2. W. B. Kidd young widow, only daughter of tho lato places, which, two or three years ago, $3,000 Special Stake, Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. shipped to Baltimore, Thursday, 143 cat proyo tho four grandest contests over was married at wo spoke of and looked on as "futuio tle averaging about 1,550 pounds, bought 'Souiro Cram Lvnn. We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damThursday night, to her greats." Cumberland Gap seems to be witnessed. The great event, however, Brodhead, last in Montgomery, Clark and Fayetto counof the meeting is to bo tho TransylvaTiiero was sleeping a sleep that knows no waking. aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. Middleton Lyun ties nt an nverago of 4 J cents Winches- cousin, nia, in which 20 horses, all able to trot ter Sun. objection to the marriage ou account of Most of the people who could do so have to stnrt. was why the moved away nnd vacant business housin 10 or bettor, aro eligible W. P. Prewitt, auctioneer of Paint close relationship and this Kvnngeline, --Mlj; May they es and dwellings can bo seen on oveiy Amongst them nro Lick, reports the sale of O. T. Wallace, Brodhead trip was made. hand. :H'2); UUlo Albert 2: It!; Itnyland T Middlesboro, so the citizens sty, is executor of W. Johnson, at Wnllacoton, live long and happily. Ponce do Leon, 2:115; Paragon, 2:13; looking up and may the good Lord help on the 22d Inst; Corn in the field $2 20 FAITH. Central, 2: 13J; St. Vincent, 2:13J, per barrel, wheat 53 cento, cow nnd calf it to do so. It is claimed that work will Anderson's Nightingale, 2:13jj Kremlin, $i)0; horses $20 to $01; 10 acres of land Though the clouds be thickly jjiUhcrcd soon begin at the Watts' Steel plant aud l And obscure each ray ot light, 2:131; Hamlin's Nightingale, 2:141; improvements $055. A that 1,000 men will be given employTurning Hope's refulgent II., 2:111, nnd with moderate Wlllces. 2 1; Mattie ment. Whether this is true or not time good crowd nnd all in a good humor Doubt's depressing night, Into Hello Vera, 2: 15. There nro seven more, with no signs of hard times. only will toll. The Watts claim that Yet behind the heut y shadow a but the above show tho quality of the Dennis tho sun of endless day, thoy have expended $1,300,000 there nnd Haydon & Crowd us liavo bought Hut that sun will never reach us horses in tho race. Such a field has over 300 head of d thnt thoir pay roll for tho meu they steers in Till the doubts hao passed away. iiovor faced n starter, nnd this will be Green, Lnllue and Taylor counties at 21 have nlready on the grounds amounts to 1 hough tho heart be bowed iu sorrow, America's greatest race. Write to Kd to 2.00. Maltingly and Saunders Bros, upwards of $12,000 per month. One A.Tipton, Secretary, Lexington, Ky., have bought over 200 head of 1,100 , Sternest griefs oppress the noul, salaried man tho steel maker draws Though the tide of trouble licai us nnd get n programme, nlso list of entries. pound Htoers nt Bamo price. Chnrles of that amount. Where its waters blackest roll; Yet there is a olco that's waiting, and Tho tannery, which gives 203 men Heaven sold to Mnttingly, Simms & Co. for A Ouro for Parnlyets. Joy and piuco to speak to all; employment, and which, by the way, is Ind. Ter., says: "I 20 first class sugnr mules nt $137, nnd deFrank Cornelius, of l'urcell, Hut that voice will nrtver reach us n induced Mr. I'inson, whose wife had parHlyi-lCastnrla cures Colic, Cotutlpatlon, the second largest in the world, uses 500 "CastorlaUao well adapted to children that Kotir citonuv:u, Dlarrbora. Eructation, were Iain m i.nu lw.nl. r.t Chamberlain Till ler It our own shall call. ii.r...To their great surprise before thet bottlo livered nat onco toTuesday, which LebaI recommend ltas superior to an prescripUon dia. day and has been doing so severNow Orleans. K1U Worms, gives sleep, and promote Halm. shipped Jiides known to mo." Though a sense ol grievous sinning II. A. ARCiun, M. D., I... 9il l..n mril ihe wii u sreat deal better. Her gestion, ICutorprise. al months. The iron works and South ... I...I l..n .trnwn A llile Lilt tllC AiH non Without injurious medication. Crush us by its mighty weight, Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, Itilm tcliuved all nam and soreness and the Boston Gun Works, w.w told, aro asThough we feel that God has left us mouth illumed it natural fchape." It i alto To Cbntacr Compant, 77 Murray Street, It. YHappy Hoosiore) fcto. To our sured nnd will be in operation ere many certain euro for rheumatism, umo uack, praiii, Wm.Timmonn, postmaster ol Idaville, Indiana, swellings and lameness jo cent ooiuea iur i.c ujr Vet his hand Is always profVercd "Klectric Hitters lias done moons wax and wane. Dr. M L. IWnie, P'ugelst and Optician, Sinn writes. other medicines combined, moru fur me When all tho other help has flown, for that bad than all ford, Ky Pinevillu looked mighty dull, but us feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble.' Hut his hand will never reach John Leslie, farmer aud stockman, .- of !.same place. there are those who are sanguine that LlTill we grasp it with our own. ..I..', r.iciiui. 11... .m uc inc uesi .1 i' Uucklln'BArnlca Sulvo. says rum Kiu iniicis The belt alve in the world tor cuu. brunt ney and liver medicine, made mo feci like anew 'From the selections of the editor', dear dead only a little time is needed to make it sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- man-W Gardner, hardware merchant, same J. what it promised to be a good little and all skin erup town, savs "f.lcctnc Hitters is lust the thing Tor wife, and printed ill loving memory of her.) ped hands, chllblaini, corni tions and positively curta pilet, or no pay requir- a man who is all run down and don't care whethcity. Some building is going on then, ed Itisiruaianteed to Kiv. perfect satisfaction, er he lives or dies; he found new strength, good . appetite and felt just like he had a new Iiue on "' or' money refunded. Price 5 f n.y. P" but the hum of industry is uot so deaflite Only jc a bottle at A, K 1'enny't drug For sale oy a K. I'enny, aiamuru, ening as it was some years ao. The tore Pineville people aro like David Copper-fleld- 's F Thompson, of Dei When Baby ws sick, wo kuto her Castorl. KirmanrvcuriMr.il. i.. oti,...,i with chronic LaQrlppo Again. Micawber, always waiting for was a Child, sb.8 cried for Castoria, During the epidemic of I.a Grippe last season When .he "At times it was very my something to turn up, aud beeni to be d ar?r?cca lie say Dr. King's New Discovery much no that I feared It wouldto procure Coughs and Colds, proved to befor Consumption, When she became MIu, nho dune to Cutori. about as well satisfied with their lot ns the best remedy. 7M so ven vears siro I chanced K. O. W. was that character. When .ho had Children. ho cto them Castor!, Iain's Colic and Diarrhaa Report, from many who used it confirm this statea little ol Chambci prompt relief and I ment. They were not only quickly relieved, but of hemp at ? I 50 per 112 pounds. P. J. Dwyer bought of Fred Gib-har- d car-loa- d 1 two-yeaO Other Points. Georgo A. nnd his brother, William Having gotten in tho custom of going U. Sampson obtained marriage license Gibbons, formerly of this county, but OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. to nil tho fairs In these parts nnd doing Twenty-seve- n thoi'-- M inst. and instructors, eight coure of study as follows Agricultnral, Scientific among now of Knoxville, hnvo been Hiram Gilpin and John Lucas, their relatives nnd friends hero this pretty well for tho iNTr.itior. Journal nt lllotogical, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County morn, appointed received free of tuition Uoard in dormitories Ss per week; in private families $3.50 to Ji. young white men, wero Bent to tho peni- week, looking well nnd as handsome as them all, I left Stanford on Friday dAS. a., AT'i'JSKauw, fa u.. rrea., Lexington, Ky. ing for Btrbourville to bo present on tho Kor catalogues apply to tentiary one year each, Friday, for grand usual. Inst daj of tho second meeting of tho larceny. Thoy stolo some clothing, John P. DavlB, wife and child, from Knox County Fair Association has held. confessed nnd got oil" with tho lowest Stanford, wero on n visit to Dr. O. II. SHELBTVILLE. KY.-- An Knglish and ClassFortunately for me an immense crowd ical School for Girls. Annual penalty. a few days since. Mrs. John Session open Wednesday, Sept. 7th, ifiqj. first-ra- te nttuudi'd nnd it was a opportti W. T. POYNTER. Prepares for Wellesley. MiM niancbo Corlnno Murphy, Marble, nfter n long absence, was on n reHppctahly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Mur- visit to her uged father, Mr. A. Royalty, nity to increase our already largo list nt HiHt point. Tho opportuniphy, died, Saturday, after a long illness. Inst week. ty wtw grasped and the cnnseuuencH is Tho funeral took place Monday at 4 -- Casev county still standi the mail on Tuesday and Friday morn-- j o'clock from tbu family residence. in heavy weights, ns almost In ev- ings at Barbourville will weigh n few Hill Drye was convicted Saturday of erything else. A jolly fruit treo dealer, more than it has heretofore. A J. 1YI. HUBBARD, A. M., President. killing Hiram Cowan and given eight 12. G. Guston, from Carlisle, Ky., who pounds regoodly number of our old stand-by- s years in the penitentiary. Doth colored. tins been amongst us for a few dayB, tho newed their subscriptions, which too 1892. Tho case will probably go to tho court of other day weighed with our fat man, helped tho cause to some extent. appeals if a new trial is uot granted. Full corps ofContcrvatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music and Durham, of Middleburg, and pulled the Tho lair proved a very creditanlo ex- An Excellent boarding department Catalogues nnd circulars furnished on application. While returning from church, Sun- beam nt300, while Durham's weight wits hibition of stock and each ring was well day night, Mrs. W. It. llowrnan nnd 301. Mr. Guston, however, claims that filled. The trots nnd running races were daughter, Miss Kato Ilowm.ni, wero he wns nt disadvantage, being lately interesting and altogether it was n fair knocked down and badly bruised by a sick, and that he hns reached 310. that Knox county has aright to be proud runaway horst belonging to Andrew Chris. Lynn, of Hustonville, James of. Whitley. Both ladies wore cut and K. Howard and Dr. Felix, wero on A special fenture was the floral hnll, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. bruited snverely, but It Is hoped not a fishing expedition hero last Monday which was literally jammed with various THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, Mrs. Howman is hurt nnd Tuesday. Lieut. Howard was one exhibits dangerously. It might well have been call With a full courvjof study, both English and Classical. While the course ol Instruction Is eppclally horeo start- of the original Wolford's cavalry from ed an agricultural hall al30, for n considworn than Miss Kate. Tito adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman CUst, It Is Intended at the umo time to furnish a ed from Mr. John Craig's avenue, near Clinton county, and though nearly 27 erable portion was used for the display liberal English education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, tho housf, when he broke loose from a years had elapsed sinco ho left tho 1st of agricultural products of every kind. A post where he bad been bitched. Kentucky to accept promotion in tho The show in this lino was particularly Has been established In the Home ami under the personal control of the Principal. Regular study 13th Ky. Cavalry, ho wns readily recog- good and showed that Knox county has hours under the supervision of the Principal and assistants nnd the restraints and government of ChrisFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tian home are combined with the best educational advantages. nized by his old comrades here. Time eome good farmers herself. For lurther particulars In regard to board, tuition, etc , address Tho programme for Friday was such a Redd, of Fayetto, sold 41,000 pounds dealt gently withjhim, the same hearty, Mr. James J. Tadlock and Miss Lily STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. f ts MIMMHUilffll Sixty-eight- h H pre-emine- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Traininjy Department jovial features, but his hair was slightly frosted. Tho examining trial of Wm. Allen, for the killing of Ben Barlow at Caney Fork church on tho 10th, commenced Thursday and continued nil day Friday. County Attorney Q. C. Godbey, John I). Fogle and S. J. Bnldrick, of Lebanon, prosecuted and A. II. Clark defended. The case awakened much interest, ns the e was full both days. About 40 witnesses on eacli side wero on hand, but not all examined. Although ho wns ably defended, our honest judge thought him guilty and held him to answer in the circuit court and fixed his bond at $1,000. court-hous- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CXOCS & J3SWKX.RX con-tinu- es WE : HAVE two-thir- ds Greatly Reduced Prices. - first-cla- ss NEWEST TYILJEi "boom-busted- LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, O), 1'-', M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. New-Yor- Ha-zo- 1 day-tim- e 1,100-poun- i &i ail J h -- ono-twelft- Infants Children. s car-loa- d I T .1111. 1 - -. I- 1 " W.B.MOBERTS, DUXTGGIST, IflrKuLBOsKAtJILF ",m ""T'": inmif i P K ltemodv. It gave uie ,'h.rm. I now cat or drink .any- - kriVltourue" DiuMlit ho now cholera cases have been ported at New York's quarantine Btatton alnco Tuesday. the diseno left no bad alter results. We ask you I have alio used it to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that Fl,r.albl)r, jou will be satisfied with resnlts, or the purchase "d Optician, Stanford. price will be refunded. It has no equal in l.a urippe, or any Throat, Chest or Lun trouble Trial bottles trw at A. K. Penny's Druz Store. Large bottles, $oc and Ji. re- The Chid Follows Grand Lodge at Portland tabled ft resolution declaring saloon keepers ineligible to memberJustice Lamar suflered a Btroko of paralysis a few days ago, ship. W. A. Abbott, who has long been with Pcrclval & Hatton, Real Estate and InIlrokcn, Des Moines, Iowa, and is ono of known and most respected business men In that city, says: "I can testify to tho good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Having used it In my family for the past eight rears, I can saTely say ft has no eiiuat tor either colds or bottles for sale by Or. M. croup.' 15 and L. bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. Capt. Messrs. surance tho best nt Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford . Call and secure Bargains. M3AB, OT POST-OrnC- I ROOLC. JEhJI JBmLjI m GLASSWARE A Beautiful and OI"V"E0Sr A."W"-A."2- T. Useful Present given to each Purchaser buying Si's Worth of Goods or over AT THE) 1LOUI8VIJLI.E STOBK)9 8TANFOMD, KT,; Commencing Friday, September iGtli, until October ist. These presents consist of Glasses, Lamps, Tea Sets, Elegant Parlor Lamps, Water Sets and other articles too numerous to mention. Nothing will be given for less than Si's worth of goods. No drawing or tickets about this, but a present given simply at the time of the sale. For Si's worth of goods wc present you with a handsome Goblet, Salt Cellar or other article. For S2's worth of goods we present you with a Lamp with burner and chimney complete, or Cream Pitcher, or Butter Dish or Spoon Holder. For S3's worth of goods wc present you with an elegant Water Pitcher, or large size Lamp, or three Goblets. For $s worth of goods wc present you with six Goblets or a Tea Set complete. For Sio's worth of goods an elegant Water Set, consisting of Pitcher, six Glasses and Tray, or anthing of the same value, For S2o's worth of goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor. i OUR IMMENSE, FULL STOCK IS IN AND EVERTHING NEW Iu Dress Goods, Notions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Dress Goods izyc per yard and same at iocyard. 36 inch fine Cashmere 20c per yard. Ladies' Hose, all colors, 5c per pair. Ladies' Black Belts 5c each. Ladies' Merino Ribbed Vests 10c each Men's laundered White Shirts 50c; Men's unlaundercd White Shirts 35c. Men's Suspenders 10c pair. Men's fine Shoes Si per pair. Ladies' Button Shoe poc. Children Shoes 75c. 36-inch Child's Knee Pants Suits 75c; Men's Good Suits $3.50; and Boys' Suits $2.50. A FTTIiI MITE OF HATS AXTD CAPS. Main Street, Stanford. Semi-Week- ly LOUISVILLE STORE, A. Hays, Manager. Yes, Smith, of theMt. Vernon Signal, Wiikrkver the colored people havo than its assessed amount for the Ken we aro ashamed, ns men usually are, Buflicient enlightenment and are capable tucky evangelistic work in this State. The Fifth General Council of the who, in hunting for large game, run of appreciating the slavery they are held across a mephitis mephitica, not saying in by the republican party, they aro dis Alliance of Reformed churches holding Stanford, Ky., September 27, 3892 however, that you .are that kind of a posed to kick out of the traces. At Indi to the Presbyterian system was begun at bird. You are mistaken, though, wheu anapolis Friday the executive commit Toronto last week. Tho 315 delegates We mittee of the colored men'B national represent a grand total of .1,003,209 comyou charge that we aro angry. make it a rule nover to get mad at an protective association adopted resolu- municants. Elder Allen Ballou has just closed a idiot, a crazy man or, as Sut Loving- - tions denouncing thoadministration and good so beautifully expresses it, "a natu candidacy of President Harrison and the week's meeting at Cuba with 17 addi: ral born dern fool," neither of which, Forco bill and declaring against high tions, 15 by baptism. Ho also held a meeting at Hazel Delia week previous mind you, do we charge you to be, nor tariO. with 11 additions. Somerset Reporter. would we, as wo value our life. Hast Cut. Sam M. U .vines has retired from A plucky home missionary who, at ill. us, After a triumphal tour through the corrugated that mjr Ku' 'uita hirsute the Covington Commonwealth, whose one time, could find no other resting! buldging and editorial page he has brightened for sevTar Heel State, where he was received and listened to brow and scared us into a cat fit'.' eral months. His plans are not known, place for the night than the floor of the with great enthusiasm saloon iu which he had been preaching Yea, verily. Oh you're a bad man from by vast crowds, the next hut its dollars to doughnuts ho don't during the evening, solaced himself with Bitter Creek and as you read your crush- stay Gen. AdlaiE. Stevenson deadened over out of the harness, that fits him ao this appropriate sentiment of the psalmthe line into the Old Dominion and into ing article to applauding friends, don't well, very long. ist: "If I make my bed in hell, behold, the good old city of Richmond. He you feel proud and brave, and more of a CongregationalisU com- Thou art there!" Gen. A. G, Wkibsart was chosen made a speech there which set the dem- David than ever? We know you do The meeting at tho Baptist church, and we are glad of it. You are a good mander in chief of tho G. A. It., at EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE ocrats wild and after it he was tendered fellow In your way and we like you, but Washington, and Indianapolis selected conducted by Rev. J. O. Rust, of Batdt-tow- u, a grand ovation. While in North Oaro-lin- a is growing iu interest and results. an admirer presented him with the please don t tmnk we are tnau every ai tho next placo of meeting. A howl yard rabbit time we crack our whip to "make ze was made for more pensions and the There have bteu six confessions to date left hind foot of a church and the good work seems scarcely begun. go round." A man is bound to encampment was over. for good luck, and now there is no monk ICTUT" V .Mr. Rust is an eloquent expounder of have a little fun occasionally and we doubt at all in the minds of the superThe cartoonist of tho Louisville Com the gospel aud Ills hearers greatly enjoy can get it out of you every time. And stitious that the general will preside Tii iTjM, Jvui good mercial continues to make life miserable his splendid sermons. over the Senate after the 1th of next now my dear Smith, au re voir, be a Some of his get oils, At the suggestion of Rev. R. B. Ma boy, keep your nose clean and do not for Mr. Watterson. March. rend your nether garment. We love esoeciallv that of Yesterday, must be hony a special prayer service was held very trying to the nerves of the distin- in the Baptist church Saturday morning Gen. Wbavek, the third party's candi- you and whom wo love wo chastenetb. guished journalist. at at 10 o'clock for Rev. T. P. Dudley, Jr., was rotten-eggedate for president, who sailed from Boston for India at 11 while making a speech from Macon, Ga., The secretary of war has ordered all At the suggestion of Gov. McCreary o'clock, eastern timo being one hour a hotel balcony. His wifu and others the buildings to be torn down on the we have received a beautifully engraved ahead of ours, therefore the service took were on the balcony and got caught in government reservation at Fortress Moninvitation to tho dedicatory ceremonies place and our people were engaged in the shower. Such conduct is most rep roe, which includes the Higeia and of the world's fair at Chicago, Oct. 21. invoking God's care and blessings upon rehensible and the perpetrators ought to Chmberlain'n new hotel, within 15 There is no Jaw which days. There aro also many residences be punished. Seven persons were killed and three him just at the hour he sailed for the compels a man to listen to a demagogue and much railroa I property on the wounded in a railroad accident near Ma- heathen land. Dr. Gueraant, in Hazard, during two (Late Alexander's Hotel.) orate, and any person is at liberty to grounds, amounting in va'ue, all told, to son City, la. Beek some other place if he does not four or five millions of dollars. It is fellow who murdereJ weeks meeting in August," organized a Watson, the Besides said that this action is wish to hear his torn foolery. his Bweetheart at Independence, has church of 01 members, ordained officers taken because 'Kates S2.50 Per Day. that kind of business gives the Yankees the Bottlers would not agree to pay for been caught and lodged in tho Coving- and taised $G00 and secured the prettiest chance to dilate on plantation certain sewerage improvements ordered. ton jail. A strong effort was made to lot in town for a church. The town is Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housanother 70 years old, yet has but 17 families and manners and abuse the Southern peo- Strenuous efforts will be made to have lynch him. never has had a church. This town w ill ple. : The 500 quarantined passengers of be known by the Kvereolo war. One A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, the order withdrawn or modified, as it W. R. LOGAN, have been released, but son of Judge Kvrrsole, killed in that seems it should be considering the great tho Normannia J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. There is not much sickly sentimental- amount of interests involved. they will all have to get new wardrobes. factional strife, was made an officer in A woman ity among the Finlandera. the church. Their clothing and other baggage were A. C. SINE murdered her husband by giving him J. N.MXNEFH A fifth presidential ticket has been completely ruined by fumigation. STAGE GLINTS. strychnine in order to obtain his life thrust on a of Chicago have lone sufferiug public. A The liverymen insurance and a heartless jury was price of A new play by Lord Tennyson will bo haye her haniifull of cranks met at Washington formed a trust and havo set the enough to say she must and nominated Mrs. Victoria Woodhull carriages during the world's fair parade published before Christmas. taken and head cut off. An appeal waB Martin, of "Xew York and London," for dedication at $22 a day. The directors Anton Rubinstein's mother iu dead in the court instead of coming to her res- president, and Mrs. Mary Stowe, of Cal- havo been compelled to accept the price Odessa at tho ago of eighty-four- . and the outlay for Oct. .21 will bo cue, approved the sentence and added ifornia, for Mrs. MarThe rejiort that Kate Claxton has readditional punishment of having her tin's unenviable reputation, the made while It is believed that under the laws of tired from tho stage is erroneous. right hand cut off a few days bafore her living in the former place, may secure Vermont both tho republican and demoNewton Beers' "Eloped with a Circus head drops in the basket. In this coun- her the vote of a certain class of people, cratic candidates for governor in the re- Girl" appears to be n popular success. try she would have been let off with a but her ticket will not command eyen a cent election were ineligible, both being Ofllce Sullivan's opera, 'Ivanhoe," is in reUnder this construction bankdirectors. short term in prison and pardoned by a corporal's guard of fools. hearsal at tho Royal opera hous-- in Berof tho law the prohibition candidate, who tender hearted governor before oven that receivptl less than 1,500 votes, may claim lin. was served. Nat Roth will marry Lillio Fox fdiort-ly-. The prohibitionists ought never to the office. Sho is tho sister of Delia Fox, of Do "guy-ing- " dabble in politics, they make Buch poor CHURCH AFFAIRS. Gen. Weavkk didn't mind the Wolf nopper's company. that be got in Georgia, so much, politicians. They do not nominate jnen W. T. Price, tho dramutist and play Eld. Tharpo's meeting at Huston-vill- e, but wheu the phowor of decayed hen lor their fitness for office, but simply behad resulted in nine additions to examiner, has written a book on "Tho cause they are enthusiastic in the cause. fruit came, he throw up the sponge and Techniquo of the Drama." Sunday night. hla other encacements in the The fireman at Avery's plow factory, in Georgo Rignnld is playing Bottom in llev. W. K. Arnold will preach at State. He says there is no free speech Louisville, has been nominated for Con- Jfcals Creek school-hounext Sunduy hia own production of "A Midsummer Is Receiving His L Night's In tho South, but he exonoratea tho gress in that district, who, perhaps, has afternoon at !1 o'clock. Dream" iu Melbourne, Aus soldiers from showing him not the first qualification of a lawmaker tralia. Confederate Rev. O. K. Powell, of the Bible Col any disrespect. They treated him every- even if be had the education. But then lege, Lexington, preached at tho ChrisW. S. Gilbert goes occasionally to one man is as good as another to lead a Wagner performances, but declares that where with consideration. tian church, Crab Orchard, Sunday. Goods Warranted and .1 Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Ghe me call. forlorn cause. ho no more understands tho music than iB attemptWhile a Jewish congregation was ho docs Chinese. The Mt. Sterling Sentinel Duhino tho eight months ending worshiping in New York, the cry of ing to scare its delinquents into paying During tho coining reason Marcella debts by publishing a full August 31, 1892. the total number of "fire" was raised and four women were Semhrich will be heard at tho Grand their honest opera, Paris, in Mozart's "Tho Escape list of them, two weeks henc if they do foreign immigrants arriving in this coun- crushed to death. Tho Southern Baptist Theological from tho Seraglio." not come to time. We fear the scheme try was 448,019, or 32,049 more than dur-in- g the corresponding months in 1891. Seminary will open next Saturday, Oct. Bronson Howard is finishing "Ariswon't work very well. The man who is tocracy" in the Adirondack mountains. 1, with a promised increased attendance enough to refuse to pay or neglect The majority of them too are the mean He will return to Now York city, accreation and undesirablo citizens of 20 per cent over last Bessiou. to pay forhfs paper if he is able, don't two companied by tho manuscript of tho Rev. R. B. Mahony held a .s:5cd seeing his name in print in hard- in every respect It is high time that 1. rerfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in halt this country was stopping to be tho ref- weeks' meeting at Waco, MadiBon coun- play, on Oct. ly any connection. The copyright of Wagner's "Parsifal" uge of the worse class of all nations. Our ty, which resulted in five additions and the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you will exjpiro in February, wheu that work Tiik monument to Hon. Jefferson Da- laws on the subject are too lax. a great upbuilding of the church. will bo included in tho repertory of tho wish to at Richmond, Va., will vis, to be erected A Baptizing at a protracted meeting Vienna opera. This will break tho Tiik Barbourville Herald makes the in Bath county had to bo postponed be placed in Monroe Park, which wiys xnonoX)ly. former! v at the head of Franklinstreet un- - moat unkindest cut of all. It says that there was not enough water in tho Frau Wagner, widow of the famous tilthe city began to grow eo rapidly. This the delegate from Knox, who stole Col- - creek to do the job in a satisfactory man- composer, refuses to permit tho perBuy her a Gasoline Stove at formance of "Parsifal" in Chicago durnark was named for President Monroe bou'b coat and other things, was a Colson ner. there, over . delegate and of such as he bis delegation and his remains He burled The Rowland Presbyterian church ing tho Columbian exhibition, or anywas largely made up. which a monument stands. on Sunday raised and forwarded moro where else except at Baireutji. InteriorJouknul W. F. WALTON. FULL! SIX PAGES. TO THE CEILING- "WITH I f vice-Preside- NEW GOODS! VJLVJLXLi TC -- mrJ dr 11B .- 9HRW. r I - d SHVBBAWOJS & SdDKT, THE WILLARD. &SSSMdS'9 SgM&WffM &m ms$M$. e, Louisville, Ky. un-galla- nt SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. $10,-00- 0. vice-preside- STANFORD LUMBER YARD, H.6.R0PLEY,-- o nnr-elln- d se imtHMmA long-dreadc- d FAIiJWTLWTMIB Er(DBS riff-raff- GASOLINE COOK ; STOVE B. K. & W. H. WEAEEN'S. I Bai-reut- h bt-cau- so Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, Jjivia.jJ .. xrr Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 27, 1802 NW timothy seed at B. K. Wcaren's. & V. II. s V j I J Bp j i We aro glad to record that it was not Tom Scott, of Somerset, who was in Jail Leave your orders for stove palrs at for furnishing Brittain with tho gun with McKinney Bros.'s. B.c,WASrTON,BUB.ManaRer which ho assassinated Korfleet. .(siiaiaaaBha To Loan. $1,000 on real estate securifor anThe keeping of the ty. Address Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. MEAHS IUSINES8. other year will to let next Monday VALUABLE : STOCK, Enokavino beautifully and artistically Fob Sale. Cottage on Mill Btreet again, and there will bo several bidders done at A. It. Penny's. Apply at Interior Journal ofllce. besides tho excellent incumbent, Mrs. Farming implements, ac Boy your hooka and Bchool supplies of Suo Holmes. . In evcrythtng wc handle. .all kinds from A. K. Tonuy, who uells WANTKO.Egga at 14 cents per dozen Having determined to cloie out my stock, pro" publisher's prlcea. atthem at pnratory to going Wrtl, I will tell tho time at . , Suniiay night's storm purified tho at B. F. Jones, Sr 's cash bargain store. We have not given prices in print before, because we thought it public auction to (he highest bidder at my larm Havk your watch, clock anil lowoirv mosphere and yesterday was a typical in Uarrard county, Ky , 3 miles Wet of Bryants-vill- best for all. Wc now come with the bloody repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work axe dripping with the on the Fisher's I Ortl road, on The Louisville Store will bo cloned on autumn day, such as mude even those . warranted. gore of slaughtered prices. All prints at 5c; an elegant Brown CotSaturday next on account of holiday. Kkmkmjibr thatall ailvorware, watches. who haven't much to live for feel glad 13, 1892, ton at 5 fAc; Lonsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Masonvillc .Bleached rinRs, Ac, bought at A. R. Ponny b wll. For Sale. An elegant suburban res- that they were living Confining of tho following valuable Cotton at bo engraved free of charge. A man's good Shoe for 75c; the best real calfShoe, idence on Danvillu avenue; two acres of The electric man, Mr. W. 1" Hackett, both in lace and Congress, ever offered in this city for Si. 50. Stock. and ground. Mrs. S. C.Trueheart. For in- is about through with the Job of putting PERSONAL POtHTS. Ladies', misses and children's Shoes at prices that will not be dut Jack 10 years old; formation apply to S, S. Myers. lights in Walton's Opera House. There black Jack $ years old ; plicated. Our Dress Goods Department is simply MibhSuk Waiwkii is vIsHIhk nt IIih t Jack 2 yearn old; bo '20 incandescents in the auditoriyear old, The county physicians for tho past will 3 Jacks Brldjio. oO on the stago, which will 4 jack tolls; of tho K. U., is hero year 'will ploaso file their claiuiB with did um and , I.kbmk head of Jennets, good and sure breeders, if it as light as noonday. lhla It a very superior, well bred lot of Jack bafore the convening of tho court of mako visitiiiK WnilH. and Jennet stock and all persons Interested will dc soia l ) wen atiena tne sate, as Mit. W. II. Milieu went up to Hock claims next Monday. G. B. Cooper, We would .call special attention this reserve. 10 Alto the following it win mock: uitnoui All wool Dress Flannels at 25c; Storm Serges from Horse to Si; caHtlo Saturday. clerk. : of ladies', misses' and 8 tars old, record of Harness Stallion week to our stock s to 50c; black goods of every t I'rcttium baddle Stallion 3 years old, by bilver Cotton and wool Dress Goods from Miuanii. Mm. 0. V. Hilkv havo reHayino qtiit the mercantile business, children's cloaks. These goods aro di- King; grade and weave from to $ 1.75 per yard. Wc have added k line Yearllnr Saddle; Stallion by Star Denmark: turned to Piuuvillo. I am compelled to settle up accounts. rect from tho manufacturers and emSaddle Mare by On Time, a full sitter to of Cloaks, which we ask you to call and sec. We hope the gentlemen Mit. and Mm. A. G. Huffman havo If you and in foal to Illack Souirrtl; , owe me call ami settle. All ac- brace everything new and desirable. will not forget our Clothing Department, now presided over by Mr. Saddle Mare in foal to Silver Time: ill. both been quite Saddle Mare by Woodiord Denmark, in loal to counts will bo placed with a collector af- Come and look before buyiug. J. S. H. F. Pedigo. Come and look at this stock before you buy. Silver Ttmej Cou W. 0. Bhaiilky passed through ter a few weeks. J, B. Foster. Hughes. Mare by Abdallah Messenger, in foal to l.uci to rxmlsvlllo Saturday. The negro. Bill Pleasants, who shot fr; Pacing Mare, in foal to Don Pizinro; is Mks. Tom Mktcam of The Stanford, Lancaster, HarroiUhurg 14 head of other Mar en, In foal to Jacks; nnd killed Alex Williams at tho Halls b Geldings; on a visit to her parents. Danville and Somerset G. A. K. postsi Gap church festival nnd who had since 74 head of yearling 19 ct them mines; Mimes Ann and ok lli.ua aro visit will ratify the nomination of Harrison 4 Mule Colts; eluded nrrest, camo in nnd gavo himself 4 work Mules; ing friends in Uustonville. and Held at Stanford, Oct. 8. A number Cattle; up Saturday. He has a hole through ij head ofImplements of evcrv deicnption. in l'arnilnn Mrs. Katk O'Bannon and Mies Mary of persons will orate, including Cupt. Wil- cluding his hand, which he claims that Myers wont to Lexington yesterday. Win. Ilerrulon, G. M. Davison ami G. W. Interest in a Thresher; liams put there with a knife, but tho Harrods-burj,- ', Dix Cutting llox; Gentry, after which supper will be spread M, J. B.Owknb and wife, of doctor says that it is evidently n pistol aSelMlindcrt; Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling a Mowers. spent Sunday with relatives hero. by tho Ladles circle of thoG. A. It. wound, probably shot by himself to uue 1 Wheat Drills; 1 Itay llaken; Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. I D. Sampson, of tho Barbourvillo Central University, at Richmond, as a defense for what seems to be a most J a horse Wagons; Herald, was hero attain Sunday eotlyr. Ky., has larncss. Plows, Plow Gear, Ac; Just opened its doors to the uncalled for murder. Tho examining v t liusgy; Mh. JJii l'litcx and wife, of Somerset, largest number of students ever in at- trial is set for Wednesday nt 10 o'clock. t Surrey! I Spring Wagon; spent Sunday with his brother, Dr. A. S. tendance. A complete faculty and a Itoad Cart; Always on hand. All goods sold with a nriety of other Price. For Life. Fourteen years ago Wil- onTogether ton tedious tit mention. property ued full curriculum to which has been added a "10 c,t Mn, S. II. Shanks li.iBKono Tcrmn liberal and made known on day of rale. n course in military training under liam Smith killed Robert binders near T. II. IIKIU11 I. 7 les to lay in his fall and winter stock of Lieut. Sage, of West Poitit. Tho now KirkBvillu in a very cowardly manner. 1.') years was a wangoods. grand stand on the athletio grounds is Ho ran oh" and for NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. Dn. John M. Cak has been cjulto tho handsomest of its kind in the State. derer on the face of tho earth. When imsick with malarial fever, tint is now hu thought that all tho witnesses were Everything points to u most prosperous George All persons indebted to the estate proving. dadorgone, ho surrendered and was Vaughn, dee'd, will please call and payoftheir year. I). U, Pknninuton, representing tho All persons having claims against the after efforts to get evidence against him, will pment them proprrlv proven Special order of tho mayor under the discharged, He went to Danville to Mtddlesboro Furniture factory, was hero 6ot W A. HAIL, Yxoz. Geo VauRhn, deed. supervision of tho board of health of the live, where a son of tho man he had yesterday. Miui. J. S. HuNDLKVand daughter, of county of Lincoln and city of Stanford, murdered, and who had sworn to see & OHIO tabanon, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. C. that all pig pens in tho city of Stanford that he was punished, again arrested CHESAPEAKE bo thoroughly cleaned and nil manure him and took him back to Madison. Knglomnn. Dealers In. Miss Kiioim Lunckfoiui is spending piles be removed at onco and thoroughly Since then he hns been in Jail, while tho Philadelphia tho week with Mim Xunnio Kvana, at cleaned and that no hogs be put in any son was working vigorously for testimopens in said city and that the satno be ny to convict him of tiie deed, the atrocBaltimore, Now York, Junction City. Miss Annik Wray is back from Louis-vill- kopt clean as tho public health is para- ity of which had nearly been forgotten, And all other Hastern Cities. AND. and Cincinnati, where she laid in mount to personal conveniences and Smith was tried last week nnd sentenced Shortest I.inc between Louisville, Lexington nnd Kattern Points. prejudices. I). W. Vanduveer, Mayor. of millinery. lots to tho penitentiary for life. OccasionMiw. W. It. Dilmon has moved back IN EFFFCT SEPT. 14, Soi ally a murderer gets his deserts and this Sale or Poiitma.v Property. We call toStnuford from her summer reaidonco attention to EAbT IIOl'NU. l.ve. Lexington the advertisement of tli is one of the cases. Quccnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner at Dilllon Switch. Fast Mail. No 715 am; Mt. Sterling sale of tho Portmau property, next SatNo 16 tiaj am; Vetibulel Ex- Sets. O. II. Waddle, Etui., of Somerset, was Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Miis. Betsy Boiiinson has returned No. urday. Tho land oll'ered, at tho nearest hero yesterday on legal business, accom press, m. 34, 610 pm; Moreheail Accom. No. S 30 p from a protracted nnd pleasant viBlt to point, is only 800 feet from the Court- pauied by Mr. Morgan Craine, of the C. WEST HOUND A rr. Lexington! relatives in Missouri. Lexington Accom. No. fj, E oj a m; Louisville house, is high and dry and has U fine S. Mr. Waddle tolls us that, while not Miss Nora Welsh, nn accomplished p m; Lexington Accom. No. aj, Ex. No. PUHLICSALE OF east frontago on Lancaster a bo intense aa at first, the excitement 30s p m; ai. la 30 Vestibuled1 Ex. No. 33, 610 pm. trimmer from Cincinnati, returned with south frontage on a new street ami Go proposed sheet over tho aHsatmnatiou of Editor Rucker Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. N Mica Llccle Boazley and has taken a po- GO feet wide, running parallel with Main is still very strong and that thero is a bus tranfers. millinery. sition in her Through Sleepers from Lexington without To have jour phctoiraphs taken. He keeps up street. It into lots with all tho I wilt offer for sale on It is not generally known that Stan which aro hsa been laid oil"being both determination to bring his slayer to jus change. HTLLFR, ' 11. RYAN, W. I! very desirable, ticc, and repair tho foul blot on the Ass't Gen. PaM. Ajt . Gen. Pass. Agt, ford Female College has two post g'adu Cincinnati. Washington, D ( 15, '92, beautiful and convenient. No op atesln attendance this session, Mioses portunity to buy such property such pub city's good name that this and the many OSCAK G. MURRAY, Traffic Manager. And will give you good satisfaction, at the frm beOn thepremises."INGI.ESIDE," have placed on It. There other crimes A.J KARP.btanford. lissiu Burchond Flora Ballou. longing to the estate ol the late John G. Uruce, lie auction in this city tins been offered seems to bo no doubt that ox Chief of consisting of Mk. Adam Pence and family, of before fur more than 25 years and those Polico Anderson is tho cowardly assasABOUT IOO ACRES, Springllcld, III., aro back on n visit of 3D. desiring to acquire such property will sin. Everything points to him, though business and pleasure. The report that situated immediately on the Danville and Plea do well to attend tho sale. A map of hit. friends can not imagino how lie Hill turnpike, 2 miles north ol Danville, Ky ant DEALKR IN Mr. P? nee had lost largely on race horses it a comfortable dwelling, the property may be seen at tho otllco of could have nerved himself up to such a On Oct. 15, 1892, This place has onnecessary outbuildings, besides)a good barn and is untrue. blacksmith shop and four tenant houses and withMr. W. H. Miller, who will, at any time, the dastardly deed. Mr. Waddlo tells us And pursuant to a decree of of It I.tnceln Circuit Mr. E. B. Smith, of tho Mt. Vernon of a school house, and convenient It de Stock show tho property to any one desiring that Mr. Itucker fully realized his con- Court, ihe fine sold on Farm premises atGentry, auc in K of a mile And Country Produce, to Danville, noted for Its educational facilities. public the ' Signal, camo down Saturday to see how ceased, will be place has on It one of the best springs In the Has opened his stock of goods and is ready to serve to examine it. tion to the nignesi Diuucr. inis uriii is on nic This dition after being shot and told his wife Rush llrauch turnpike toad, about lU. mites from county, convenient to both barn and dwelling, and the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer mad wo were. After wo had laid him will make a splendid dairy farm. This place Is in ing unheard of ltargalns and all who want LuiiiT.NiWi has demonstrated for tho and daughters not to grieve for him; Stanford, is well watered, splendidly femed and acroes our lap nnd spanked him a few a splendid neighborhood, lias a good physician goods at the lowest possible prices should living near, nnd Is altogether a very desirable him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike death and times, he promised to bo n good little second time in Stanford that it does oc- that ho was fully prepared for placo lor any one wanting a small farm. naughty casionally strike twice in the same place. that it was no doubt for tho best. A Terms liberal and made known on day of saKi. boy hereafter and never talk with good residence, bam Of fine W.G PROCTOR, Mr. Wesley Rout lost two houses on the singular circumstanco was that after nud stable thereon Moat of tho larm is now in again. Admr., with will annexed, of J. G. Bruce. offered for sale will first-blllue Grass. This farm Misses Tifton, Howard, Worloy and Bame sito by being struck and Sunday the shot the very bad impediment in in three separate tracts and then as n wholo and accepted which amounts to OPEN TO THE WORLD. teachers, and McAnally and night Mrs. Catho Bailey had tho 'stable hh arwM'f h disappeared nnd ho conversed those bids or that bid sold Summers, We c'cslrj tc sell iui fiimitri J'iK IK, on credits of 6, ia and iS the rooM, and will be Summers, pupils in thn College, took ad- she replaced for ono burned by light- as clearly and as calmly aa if death had months. for seeding purposes will be given : xoo : vantage of the delightful weather yes- - ning 15 months ago, destroyed In the not already claimed him. Ho was a enPossession day of sale and full posicmon Januaand after a bravo man. May ry i, 1893. Well improved, ic acres to co in wheat. . It has. a terdaynnd drove up to Crab Orchard same way. A rain nnd electric storm true Christian and . For further information address at Stanford or on No. dwelling "'.it, good.V Darn, buggy nouse, ice R. R. A: J . H GENTRY. Springs, whoso beauty three of tltctn arose a little before 11 r. i., and a quick his death not bo in vain. call on house cabins In yard, two wells, fine spring and spring house, large pond, Ac. All unded good Hill ,V McRobcrts, p. i flash ami a loud report warned those had not enjoyed before. fence. Call on or address William S. Mvers. a brother of Mrs. who went up that tho lightning had J M. BROWN St WIFE, Mnrin Conner and A. S. Myers, died at CITY AND VICINITY. Near McKinney, Ky. struck very close. Mr. John S. Wells 10th of a conH B ASSOCIATION IKY.T. Booneville, Mo., on the was standing on the porch of his boardn short illnees. Mr. Sheer dip nt McKinney Bros.' LEXINGTON, KY., ing house, 100 yards distant, and was so gestive chill, after Property Myers was born in this county in No- Real Leave your order for timothy with blinded and frightened by tho Hash that As Executrix of the will of M, C. Ponman, married Miss Nancy TO OCTOBER I wlllon ho instinctively threw up his hands to vember, ISIS, and McKinney Bros. Whitley, of Crab Orchard, and shortly ascertain if his pompadour, which is tall xst, 1892, lNCIaTJSlVJC New dock of truuks, valises, tele- enough to invito such a bolt, had been afterwards removed to his late home. McKoborta & second wife was a Miss I'pon the premises ot said tctator in Stanford, Sho died and his scopes and umbrellas at struck. It was intact nnd hu regained the Lincoln county, Ky , offer at who with three hiehest bidder the following public auction toand HlBginB'. described real . Buflicieut equilibrium to give tho alarm. Wynn, of Booneille, daughters survive him. His home pa personal property,of 34 $50,000. of Land upon which The Brodhead Tobacco Factory will A crowd soon gathered and pulled out per, tho Advertiser, saya he united with 1st. The Tractat tho Acres of his death, situated 33 RACES. Fastiditime testator resided City. A little effort the several vehicles in tho building, but The Transylvania Stale, $5,cooor more, Monday Articles to Suit the Most courtremovo to Junction mile the Presbyterian church thero in 1847 all of it within lets thanisone half very of the ous. A complete line of October 10, will bo the greatest contest ever bestiality all the house in Stanford. It thero was no chance to save it. Mrs. might havo secured its location here. Land, is excellently improved, has 1S49 had been an elder in tho ot witnessed -- . Bailey's loss is between and foOO on and since tine building sites nud can be advantageously dichurch, besides being tho ellicient and vided inth town lots, and will first, te offered In Remember the $5,000 Stakes Two divorce Bulta hsvo been filed for stable and feed. bid v. ill anl then faithful clerk of tho session for 30 years. Idsacieptvd. asa Mhcle, and tne largest tho circuit court, which meet the third bo and Free-for-al- l. In the town or CunisTiAN charity is not alwayBtho He was a merchant for a long time, but ad Corner Store House anj Monday in October, but ono of them has on the south side ot Main street, the Uustonville. rarity that the poet claims, as was evi- for tho last ten years was book keeper saino now occupied by Mr Weatherford as a drug Half on all Railroads. been bottled by death. National Bank. Ho was store. denced at the Iiaptist church Sunday. A of tho Central Write Secretary for Programme. I and, three miles from 3d. Fitly Acres of Knob The examining court discharged John young lady giving her name as Cather- a good and upright citizen in every re- Stantord, at Mason's Gap. ED. A. TIPTON P. P JOHNSTON. 4th. Personal property Ono Lugo, well broken killing Humphrey Best, ine Carroll, from Clay county, was at tho gard and tho community showed its reCampboll for Sec y. Prcs. d work Horse, a fino IlrooJ Mare, Fanuy. by Chief; but the report that It gave him a chro-m- Sunday-schoo- l there early and tho fact spect by attending the funeral almost ling Colt, byher vearling filly byaPence; 4 her suckd line George pictator, besidesis doubtless untrue. Sale was elicited that she was poor and to n man. wmm ' OF Brood Mare by Messenger Breeze, friendless nnd was hero seeking employLancaster Couut. A good ciowd Dam Fanny; her suckling Mas. S.J. KJinnr lost the lower part ment, but had not found it. When tho 14 Choice Jacks, Several Stal Complicated Watch Repairs and attended Lancaster court yesterday, but OoltbyDorsey Golddust, sho is very of a diamond earring, which of business was transactlions and other Stocks, &c. invitation was given after tho sermon, not a great deal Artistic Engraving a Specialty. I Gelding by Harkaway, uiYuitiRto eet. Finder ploaso leavo at alio requested tho prayers of tho church, ed. Only a few cattle were on the marAll goods soli engraved tree cf charge. wero sold publicly. SeverS. II. Shanks' store anu receivo rewaru. action B"Your patronage respectfully solicited. Tho pastor pathetically stated her desti ket nnd none at $42.60 to $1157 nnd a lot Dum Fanny. This horse has finefine high and is grade al horses Bold Three well broken to harness As administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will of the of mule colts changed hands at $3S to Jersey Cows, two high grade Jersey Ileifen ono tute condition, and on of Hay, SurTub ladles of the Christian Aid Socie- congregation were shedding team of SflO. Master Commissioner Burnside sleer Calf, 5 feedingHogit, 6 staiks single Harness, Rockaway, Huggles, 3 seU ty of tho Christian church presented sympathy. After tho benediction tho sold the Haaelden town property. Tho rey,doable Harncis3 300 bushels Coal, a Piano lot OCT set LIMITED was Corn In the field anu a quantity of Household and Eld. Wallace Thnrpa with a handBome good Bisters of the church crowded first, sittated near tho At "Sleepy Hollow" Stock Farm, in Lincoln & Bio. for Kitchen Furniture and Farming Implements. v. ill be sold lor umbrella in token of their around her and gavo words of consola bought by J. K. Haselden vor Tiyt gold heade J Terms: The real property county, 7 miles west of Stanford, near the the latter, near J. M. and Turnersville turnpike, offer at public cah bearing remainder In day equal annual of tho good done their tion, while the brethren opened their $:j,0o0.25 and store, was bought by R. II. payments, and the interest trom two of sale, with appreciation sale all the personal property of the deceased. lien retained to secure them. Tho personally, tor This property consists of a herd of M choice jacks church while here. purses and gave liberally. One lady offer- Tomlinson for 51,050. over that amount 011 a and Jennets; two raddle stallions, On Time and HARVEST EXCURSIONS, all sums under Jio.casn; Colyer, Madison county, and Lang-ua- mxlit of three months, and for such amounts Hart Denmark, 15 brood mares, saddle and driv gentlemen to call and er her househould as a homo for tho AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, no notes with nccurity bearing interest and ncgctiable ing horses 53 suckling coluj a pairs of work mules; Wk desire the Laurel county, are mules; a lotoftS extra and payable in ilank, will be required. 1 nair venr fine wear-olof clothing and friendless girl, but she felt liko she would ougnr after tho 30tb. THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES' Bee our immense etock Any oue wishing to examine tne property p rovl- - nice yearling mules; iicsheep. sow and sboats; a return to her native county, so During tho year ending June IV), on. In ih dav of sale will nnDlv to W. 11. Miillrr, cows nnd calves; 3 yearling cattle. gents furujs'hins goods, how presided rather Harvest on the home premises In Also all farming utensils, nearly new, Including Wilt run low rate Minnesota, Excursions on ahpve tho pastor, nud superintendent bought S70.0S7 pensions were paid, $139,132,3S7. at hisomce or to myselfELIZA POKTMAN, Montana, North and hay rake, a com planters, dates to points in over bMr.JI.'C. l'ediRo. We have mower, K. will meot next jear nt In- Stanford. A. Executrix M. C. Portrmin, dee'd. plows, a j horse and spring wagons, &c. &c. Also South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty (so) ..I.w1 4.JTuiniik cunts. UOVS. youiua her a Bible and a ticket to tho nearest The G. privileges dato of sale, with corn, oats, Ac. Tho days from At th. same time and place I will offer upon thn all cronson tho farm, hay, all to her home, and with the purse dianapolis. ' of Minneapolis. points and thHdrS& clothing in better shap. point 3 fine llrood Mares, well bred and well Farm Hugh O'Donnoll, the leader of the sumo Urms harnesn; yearling Colt by 1'em.e, dam will boof u$ Acres, nearly Forof which is 10 gran, ' to For lullwest bt. Paul and any of tho Compa- information, address catalogues and fur rented privately. iaado up for her, sho left on the afterny's representatives, or Homestead Btrike. which resulted in tho broken to than wa havo ever had it and our Blurt noon train with a suckling Colt and ther nartlculiis. address , heart made lighter bv killing of Beveral of the Pinkerton men, by Abdallah Messenger, one M J. HUBBLE, Adm-JAS. C TOND, MUS. George Dictator, two nulls and suckling Fillr department can not bo excelled. J. S. Geo'l Pass, anil Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. Shelby City, Ky. W H MILLER. jvta yearling SteV the'kiudness of the good people. held without bail. has been Ilughee. Stanford, Kv., Skitemhku Kdos wanted at H. K. A V. II. at 15 cunte. Wenr-cn- Piiok. IIuiiuAHD Bays tho number of his pupils has reached 100 and that it will continue to climb higher nnd higher. m FARM FOR SALE. t will sell privatrly hit Farm of 50 Acres on th Danville ft Sunfurd pike, thr mlleirlrom Stan-lorIt Is well improved, with dwelling of five riwmi, new barn and all necessary outbuilding i aim hat tine spring Cation me on the premises or address me nt Stanford, Ky 6. EUGENE KELLEY d. w Gholera : Prices. .'PUBLIC SALE poor-hous- o Commercial Cyclone, 8c. e in Thursday, Oct. Jack 1 Jonnot 1 Wii-con- UNSURPASSED 8'c 1 m 8c I2jc 1 1 Tat-mu- 1 1 1 m 1 J. S. HUGHES. One-hal- f BEAD a 1 Fresh Stock of GROCERIES 1 in, GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, Mozx&nrcra- BEOS. FARRIS & HARDIN, RAILWAY. Washington, o HABDWABB 9 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES; A SHALL FARM? Saturday, October to Earp's Art Gallery Latest Improvements, oa-- iy Fine Stock Farm For Sale. Saturday, C. FGWSXX., General -:- Merchandise, Contains about 305 Acres 6:-- tl Good Farm For Sal. Acres, "l fi - KENTUCKY" Containing 1 GREAT d trotthtg 5th .... EacQOutriac' Sale carnival. I 5a-4- w and Personal 14th, Saturday, Oct. lt 1892. -:- DANK Clocks THE JEWELER, - blue-Gra- ss Watches, Rates Gar-tar- o year-ol- Administratrix' Jewelry And SILVERWARE. two-thir- ds 1 1 court-hous- e WEDNESDAY, 5,92, one-thi- rd McCor-mac- k ONE FIRST-CLAS- FiLHX Round Trip -:- u, post-oflic- ea d 1 stop-ov- er 1 1 1 K .'7J. " !'J-i- t ..(,., 4: Semi-Week- ly ea Interior Journal AT NEWSY NOTES. XTOTXCX Published Every Tuesday and Friday 2 IJCR VJ2SA.K. IK" ADVANOK. not to paid $3.5Q will be charged K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. at X, 1119 pm 1 Train i.ave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning cioP.. L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. am Local Freight North.............. souin carry passengers. ..S"Pm The latter trains aliio The above li calculated on ttandard time, Solar time it about o minutes fatter. 50 i:T&" Iai tram going North............ i soum... .. Express train " South " " Norths it 20 pm 55 P QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 'A Stanley has been appointed at Green Mount, Laurel .ii. county, and Sarah J. Alford at Alford, Mercer county. The Farmers' Alliance Democracy of South Carolina nominated Benjamin It. Tillman for governor. The entire Till man ticket was named. P. S. Gilmore, the renowned band master and composer, died suddenly in St. Louis, Saturday night, of heart disease, superinduced by indigestion. Fire at Kockaway Beach destroyed over 100 frame buildings. A woman was burned to death and the loss is estimated to be from $250,000 to $1,000,000. Judge 'William H. Holt was unanimously named by the republicans of the First Appellate district, at Ashland, as their candidate forjudge of the court of Appeals. Mr. Wm. Linthicum and' Mies Juri-th- a Daugherty, of the Mt. Salem neighBiking Powder. II gheit ol A Cream of Tarter all in leavening strength -- Latest United btate borhood, were united in marriage at the Government Food Heport. by Judge Wallace E. ROYAL UAKING POWDERCO Norlh-bound-- Trains pass Junction CUr snth.haund O &C Special tr.ift am Fast xt.;i ,,: d m : New Orleans Limited 3 17 P m.; . Special S'anp. m. a. m. B'ue A C. Special Special 6:ooTa m, ; Cincinnati Limited 1:48 Grau .w r o. m.: r Ulue-Grass follows: Dr. Josh Turner, a Kontuckian, was assassinated in Texas. The democratic clubs of Kentucky have In en called to meet at Lexlogton, Sept. HO. It is said that Mr. Cleveland says his letter will be given to the press about Wednesday. Bud Doblo refuses to trot Nancy Hanks, the queen of the turf, against Moquette or nny other horse. The apportoinment act of the extra session of the New York Legislature has been declared unconstitutional. Commissioner of Labor Statistics Peck, of Now York, was indicted on the charge of destroying oilicial papers. The residence of T. L. Bird, cashier of the Peonies bank at Middlesboro, was burned. Loss stated at $7,500; insurance "V. S. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. first-elm- WHEN A THE MESSIAH COMES. ereby given that our offer to lurnlih fre wlre-in- ct s I have jtitt opened a STANFORD, KY., lamps to pemons ordering lights piping Ilutche Shop on will expire salcoit to those ordering water, tho Stanford Lancaster streit, where 1 will keep at all times Houso, Sign, Docorativo eptembers, l8o. After that date cr. Light and Ire Co will furnish all supplies : : :LE:E3.A.TS price. iird at reasonsMe PUMP ENGINE CO. that can obtained, which I will sell at Ihe mar- Country HOWE work solicited. -- : Estimates furnished. le ket price. I have a tine, new, large refrigerator and meals will always bo lept fresh and nice. JULIAN VEST. EUSTIH S: BQEELl, THB BEST and Paper Hanger. Painter i post-mast- ROyAL Saw POWDER Absolutely Pure 106 court-hous- e Var-no- Wall street, New York. Friday. d At Independence, la., the homo cf track and smashed recA. S. the ords, John Johneou, the cyclist, went a SURGEON DENTIST. mile in 1:502, beating Nancy Hanks' beet Office over Severanec& Son's Store, Main street, time 81 seconds. Stanford. turfman J. W. Smith, a of Hopkinsville, shot and inBtantly kill W. B. ed Walter Johnson on the grounds of the Paducah fair, over a 50 cent bet on the tin horse device. Near Independence, Kenton county. Arthur Watson stabbed and killed R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. his sweetheart, Amanda Cain, and mortally wounded her mother. The girl's DENTIST. parents had objected to his visits. i.movmtrtoths Higgins office, Lancaster street. The report of tho Grand Sire of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, shows that the net increase of members IM. ORAIG, during tho year ending Jan. 1, was 4S,- DR. is S07. The total lodge membership Physloian, PRICE, kite-shape- well-know- n DR PENNY, Dentist. Fmln-.'sVntdKy.011- .jgaggr:!' JOHN . 10 Homoopathlo to J 'STANFORD, nm'r Hours: - - KENTUCKY 3 a. in.; t to p. m.J e. 8 to opposite Office on Lancaster street, court-hous- '?' Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Miners and shippers of the GENUINE and We are the sole agents for Stanford rail Office corner ol Depot street and road crossing, HIGGINS'AIWATTS. Original Jellico Coal. 5 Ita&ad. J. S. HILTON, General sold Merchandise. for Cash only. ? " Goods -- Dealer In received ray Fall Stock of Shoe; .and ..".. --- cordially invite the citizens 01 mis Goods sold lower than ev er Remember I am headquarters a toraipe line complete Fncr Groceries: Will soon have . Hardware inj.tock.HiLToN( Ky lhave lu.t TO THE FARMERS. Kentucky Hedgi I am acent for The Central ot Lancaster, and ofier the series 0 the Company bhmy.eif lor tne iiocr very I Ineoln delved and hope by lair dealing to of a good merit continuance. Farmers in need in Stanford me at the Myers House en each County Court day. '" $ ,OHXSON. I.'.M. IlRUClif J H. YEAGER BRUCE & YEAGER, LIVERY, FEED UD SALE STABLE, STANFORD, KY. July 1st ami The above firm went into effect patronage of the asks a share of the public, The total railroad mileago of the world was shown at the late railway con gress ot tot. retersDurg to nave oeen 3S5.S05 at the beginning of 1892, of which 107,055, almost half, were in the United States. The government has a force of over 400 men at work upon the falls of tho Ohio, near Louisville. Great quantities of rock are being removed and dams constructed so as to make the falls at all seasons. Editor Scott, of the Chicago Herald, thinks that Mr. Cleveland can be elected without the aid of New York. He is certain that Illinois will go democratic and is also counting upon Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. Florence Blythe, the pretty young heiress of a bachelor father, was married at San Francisco, Thursday, to F. G. Hackley. She is worth $4,000,000, the court having giyen her all her father's estate over 100 claimants. Maj. Gen. John Pope, who started out to wipeoutthe confederacy and got wiped out by Stonewall Jackson, died at the Sandusky, O. Soldiers' Home, aged 70. He was author of the order headed "Headquarters in tho Saddle.'' There are 28 murder cases on the docket of the circuit court in Pike county. One of these cases has bjen on the docket for five years, and the defendant has been in jail during that time, at a heavy expense to the public, awaiting navi-gtb- le 721,146. Grcnt Feast That Has I tern Foretold by n ltitlilil of Israel. Otll llntl., OF STOCK CROP. Tho greatest discordanco prevails Mado and Sot Up in All Farts of among Jewish doctors respecting the the Country. As Executor of George Vaughn, deed , I will time of tho Messiah's anticipated comNo Agents employed. sell at his late residence i miles from Stanford ing, many of them believing that his an Crab Orchard pike, on appearance it delayed by tho iniquities W. ADAMS & SON, No. 41 llroadway, Lexington, Ky. Tuosday, Nov. 1st, 1892, of tho peoplo of Israel. Rabbi Miiohir, 196m who lived at tho end of tho Fourteenth fjfc) The following property, r It century, describes numerous commoPour II rood Mares, s Marcs ami Colts, i good tions, prodigies and signs that aro to work Horse, I Jennet and Colt, i old Jennet, j t'ows and Caltci, 40 Ewes, a Southdown prccedo that great event. Ho says: F. D. RIIiBY, Proprlotor, old Heller, shows and is Sliona. llucks. When Israel shall bo gathered from about so acres ol Corn in the field, 6 stacks timoall nations and brought to tho land of London, - - - Kentucky. thy Hay. 4 Hacks of Oata, a Mowing Machines, Hay Wheat Drill, their forefathers, and tho Messiah shall I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Kockaway,Reaper,of Kcnco Pom. it stands Rake, a lot llees, havo rebuilt tho city, ho will celebrate alotol Urtck, Harrow,, W'akuhs nnd all other than ever to accommodate the public Farming Implements deusually fouud on a attached at a gracious reception, at which every ood Livery me a call. and every convenience farm, aud nted. Give ono shall 1m seated at a golden table. FRANK RILEY. 7, Forty-nin- o At this feast ho will entertain himself Shares of Bank Stock. and company with rt great battlo beAt time and place I good tween Behemoth and Leviathan. Tho Notice to tho Traveling Public. llroodthe same and some well bred wilt sell S Colts. Mares ami iomelilcc yearlings and Fillies feuts of Behemoth will bo highly gratify.. . I have had. Terms made known on day ofsalp. ing, and Leviathan will cotno armed W A. HAIL, HOUSE Hspcutor George Vaiihu, deed 59 with his scales as a breastplate and covered with it coat of mail. Tho battle At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and r. STRAUn, jk. T. r. CLAKKK. will bo fierce, but neither will bo victo- have in connection witli Hotel one of thej licit saniRht In the State, rious. Both will fall exhausted, when loons meets all trains.open day and night allou. In connection with nan , Messiah, with u great, strong sword, have alio one of thn bpst Mineral vrells in the Slat.j for reference to water, call on Mr and will slay them both. These tremendous andW. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. KloydMrs .... PRACTICAL G beasts, together with tho bird Bar Jachuo Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. Mrs T. V. Uraum.Mr. nro then to bo spitted and laid to tho 1) E. Proctor, C. 11. Mr and Mrs and II. Johnson, Plumbers and Steam Fitters. I". Hamilton, Rowland, fire. Bread will then bo obtained from New Haven, Jim Cox. Grcensburi;. Rates it per Healers in all kinds of Iron and llrati Goodi (or wheat that will greatly surpass tho day J M. f'etrt, clerk. W Give me a call Prop. steam and water. SaniUry Goods of nil kinds. All oSoiy J. CARRIER, work guaranteed against defective material and growth of our days, as much as Bar workmanship j; Jachuo exceeds a common bird in size. Sauco will bo yielded to ierfection in 3IYERS HOUSE tho Baited Leviathan, and tho dessert to consist of nil tho delicious products of I will deliver lev every morning- to families in tho Garden of Eden, including oven Stanford and vKinity at 50 cents pr loo pounds: for vi to 100 pounds at the rale ol 60 cents, and souio of tho fruit of tho tree of life. P.W.GREEN, Prop. under V pounds at thr rat of s ccnl The guests aro to bo treated to exquisI call special attention to the John Premier ite wine mado from the fruit grown in Hrewing C.'s Celebrated I X L. fleer, -r which which l run In connection with the paradiso immediately after the creation This stable, Myers House, has been supplied with am aent. Will f jrulih in eithe- - keg or bottle. Write for prices. and preserved in Adam's wino cellar for K UK EM UK, Stanford, Ky. ijtf this great occasion. Toward the end of A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, tho feast tho Messiah will fill a cup for Buggies, Wagons, MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, tho guests, over which they uro to say And Drummer's Supplies and Is better than ever grace, and tho Messiah will 1m requested prepared to supply the public with to perform this office, but God will offer Corner Main and Drpet Streets, kinds. nias of it to Michael, Michael to Gabriel, Ga FinsT-CLASbriel to Abraham, Abraham to Isaac, Personal and prompt attention glv.en to Weddings. Stanford, Kontuoky. Isaac to Moses, Moses to Joshua, but Parties and Ilurlals. a luml.emw line of Spring and lias just rtceWol P. YV. GREEN, Proprietor. each will declino in succession. Then summer Millinery and invites her IririnU and the AL. UURNS, Manager. public generally to csll in and get tint choice. God will assign it to David. The cup Hats and Itonncl. trimmed In the latest style, by will contain nbout 214 gallons. mott artistic hands. What remains of tho provisions after tho feast Is over will bo divided among tho guests, who will sell tho same in tho 3 market of Jerusalem. With part of tho Dealer In bkin of Leviathan will bo made taberForeign and Domestic Fruits, nacles, pavilions or awnings for tho just, and tho rest will bo spread ujxmi Confectioneries, Ac tho walls of Jerusalem, diffusing a light Has with him a first class baker andean turnuh Si read, Cakes and the like on short notice. to tho extremities of tho world. Tho banquet will bo followed and the festival concluded by dancing and music. Tho Messiah is afterward to marry, having tho daughters of kings for wives, but ono of tho most beautiful virgins of Israel as principal wifo ofqneeu. IN THE Different ircriods of time aro allotted for tho duration of his reicii. but all agreo that he will die like other mon, his son reigning in his stead. St. Louis OK THE- Republic. MONUMENTS FOK-jEtEETT- . S3LE 5 A SPtENTJm D : FARM, Carpenter place, situated iK lies from Hu.tonvlll. iK mm,Iii.. ..it. Tho place is well improved and In a healthful locality, horp.irticul.iri, address MltS. W I IIKDDKKS j6.imeo,t ioio Olivo Street, Kansas City, Mo. nownasthej. . U-- : THE RILEY HOUSE J. II. BAI7GHIMAN, EIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing 1 sell-Ra- 1 1 1 1 first-clai- s Hartlord, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " All ol which art fiMt class Companies. I would be pleased to wait on my friends in this tine. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clauses attached without additional chargn. Office at Kitst National Hank. Stanford. . . THE SHELTON John 11. Castleman A. (5. Lsnhsra STHilTJB & GO ROYAL Insurance Company, OF KIVERPOOE. BA11BEE& CASTLEMAN MANAGERS. XCE ASTP BEER. -f- Coiumcrcc Building, Louisvillo 1 Agents throw rfhout the South. well-know- n W. A. THIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD KY S all Milliner ami Dress Maker --- --- awj3msns& Hr 'rHrH&iEf-rrrrrrrrrr- Fresh GroceriEs! -- Junction City Marble&Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have lust erected a ntw Marble and Cranlta House and am fully preptred to fill orders for all kind ol Marble and CraniW work. I have in ray employ skilled workmen from the Cast. My freight ciiiutncan not w escciicu and I will not be un tlersold JOK S. WKIUIIT. 4 Greatest Abundance CHOICEST -- trial.-- C. J. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, 'M.F. ELKIN&CO., 8 Tho democratic State Central Committee recommends that a primary be held in Madison county, Oct. 1, as a NEW RIGS AND HORSES means of settling the dispute between Col. J. F. Tucker, of Winchester, and Have been purchared and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. Mr. B. A. Crutcher, of Nicholasville, over the nomination for Commonwealth's Give Attorney in the 25th judicial district. At Somerset the coroner's jury found that Editor Kucker came to his death at the hands of of Police John C. Anderson. The citizens held a STANFORD, KY., niaes meeting at which it was resolved that the citizens in the at tempt to suppress crime in Pulaski. A is now ilThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, so as to fund was started to erect a monument to my charge and I intend to conduct it the dead editor and $700 was raised. not oly maintain as high reputation, accommodaits long Hit oS friends. Special Gov. Buckner, hough out of oflice, tions for commercial travelers and tine rooms for has not lost his interest in public afdisploy of samples. the fairs, but is stumping his district for Saloon A First-Clas- s Cleveland and Stevenson. There's life POOL ROOMS attached. And BILLIARD and in the old man yet, and he will be one JOSEPH COFFEY. of the boys until the last numinous has H been answered by him. May this be still many years in tho future. Frankfort Capital. The big type combine is now a realicash market price paid Highest of the 27 founderies ty. Twenty-threfor in the U. 3. are in it with a valuation of Tho capital stock is 9,000,-00$0,U5,12S. $1,000,000 being preferred and the &c, at remainder will be otTered to tho public. Kobert Allison, of tho Franklin Type . Foundry, Cincinnati, is prcsidcut of the combine. STANFORD. KY, syc first-clais Models at South Kensington. The model Newcotnen engino has been placed in tho museum at South Kensington 'and kept in action, tho necessary heat leing supplied by n gas burner.- Tho interest shown in this model, owing to its being in motion, suggested tho de sirability of placing other models in motion. Compressed nir afforded tho most convenient means of supplying and distributing tho requisito jwwer, nnd a service of iron pijws for this purposo has been laid under the lloor of the gallery containing tho collection. It was found that tho reserve power of tho workshop gas engino would bo sufficient to pump air for tho puriroso, and accordingly a vertical air compressor was purchased and placed with tho gas engino in n fcejw arato engine room adjacent to tho workshop. Theso alterations were completed in October last, and tho machinery has since been in daily operation. At present ten models are shown in motion Newcomen's engino of 1720, Watt's sun and planet engine, two beam engines by Wntt, with modified parallel motions and air pumps; Wntt's cabinet ongine, sectional model of tho cabinet engino, later beam engino by Miller, grasshopper beam engine, horizontal engino by Hornsby, with uutomutic expansion gear, and modern steam fire engine. In all cases tho moving machinery is under glass. Loudon News. Upon tint Mountain Top. - CHARACTER Till AT LOWEST PHXCES. WILLIAM MORELAND, Dealer in the above. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. A fall line of tho Choicest Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Down Flour can be had at Capital Stock-Surpl- us .. 3200,000 20.000 Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Solicited. Slock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Persons having any of the above described stork for sale or wishing to purchase same, Till do w.ll to call on or address me An experience of fifteen years in this business lias been of profit to me and 1 think I can make it profitable both to the buyer and .filer. P O address Sttnford, Ky. 100 Office at the Myers House. JESSE n. WEAREN'S Terms, 30 Days. Goods Delivered Free of Charge. H. T. BTJSH, REAL ESTATE AGENT Attention of Ihe public Is invited to the fse thai this is the only National Ilsi.k In Stanford under me provisions or Ihe ratlonal Hank Act depositor art .ecured not only by the capital stock, but bv Ihe stockholders liability for so amount eipial to the stock, so that depositors of this institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000, Five sworn sutetncnti of thecondition of Ihe bank are mad each ycarto the Uuitcd States government and Its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona ncf perfect ssfety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Stanford, I Ky. Lands in Lincoln county. scry best li .s These Farms are all well unproved and rich lands, running in sue from 5010500 Acres. Considering thcis locality, their richness and fertility of soil, the convenience of turnpikes and railroads that bring markets right to our door, they are cheaper than tho Land, of any other county.in tho State There is scarcely a Farm in the county over have quite a number of FARMS lor sale ol the iica as the National Hank ol Stanford in iH and as Ihe Klrst .National Hank ol again Stanlord in iS8s, has had practically an uninterrupted rmtencpof s years II Is belter supplied now wild lacllities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in Us long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-le- d The Directory of this Hank 11 coinpoicil 01 T. J. Poller, of Stanford; Pereslus Reid, Lincoln county, J. W. Haydea, Staaferd; S.II. Ilaughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernen; S. T. Harris, Lincoln) J. S. Hocker.Sunferd; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford: 4 tliem a Call. THE 60FFEY HOUSE ex-Chi- ef JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Tho loftiest point so far as yet known to have lieen attained bj-- a mountain climber is 23,700 feef, which was accomplished several years ago by a Mr. Graham in tho Himalayas. lie that in spite of tho great altitudo ho did not find any diiliculty in breathing, nor did ho experience nausea, bleeding at tho noso or temporary loss of sight or hearing. Tho motion of his heart was, however, perceptibly affected, as its beating became audible and its rate was decidedly increased. Brooklyn Eagle. Tlii Sorrowful Tree. In India and South America thero is a beautiful little tree which bears rough leaves and very sweet scented flowers that open in the evening and fall off at tho break of day. This has caused tho tree to be looked upon as tho eign of mourning, and to bo given the natno of tho "sorrowful tree." It seems sad that tho pretty sweet flowers should bloom only for a night and should full off tho day comes to show their beauty. New York Telegram. be-fo- ro N. It We have the Knoxvillo llranch of the L R. dividing the county from Kast to West and the C. S. R R (roui North to youth; the K C. R. R from this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O. at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol the whole world. Ilesides, we have three large Hlour Mills in the county that give us a market for all our grain right at home; and the develop mcntol the mountain regions ot Kattern and Kentucky bv ladroads nnd the outlet SOnth by railroads has created such a demand for all kinds of cereals and provender that wecan scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumption. generous aud kind, "1 he people are prosperous, believing in Christianity and education. There a neighborhood in the county but has a is not gcod church and school-housStanford, the count seat of Lincoln, is a pros- perous little city of about a.soo rnhab.tants and 11 South-eastern e. The county is checked with turnpikes running inevcry direction There is not a public rond en tenng the county seal that is not Macadnmued .V 5 miles from a derot. Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com mercial Hotel, 1 am Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, waited on. (.'all In anything they may wish in my line. a me. Chi!-als- o W.P.Tate, Stanford. I JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Iloto), 1I1K S. OFFICERS: Hoeker, President; John J. MeRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, StAhORDi: Assistant Cashier. Watertight and Ice I Co. 1 CASH I e Buvlng Space 0, Economy in spaco has becomo necessary since those charming littlo French flats havo become popular, and this has led to tho invention of a combination commode, piano aud bathtub, threo articles in otie. Letters patent wero issued for this device in Frrtnco in 1870. Now York News. ostium caaici 11 mountains a li.rLnl nn bv the whoto running through region ol the Slate with railroads naturally it to all points of the compass, makes it South for towns In the one of the best loc-tmagnitude mannfactures and other enterprises of Water Works are now being acltated and right of a mile above Ihe town about with Water there could be erected supply a Works 150,000very incity of little cost that would habitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our liltlo city hss been newly rebuilt in Ihe last few yearsaud its business houso ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen arc all prosperous and doing well. We have two banks with a capiUl stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition. We have splendid jchools. We have a Temale College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu nils in' attendance and under the principalship ol Prof. J. M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof. B. F. Johnson, at Us head. We buildings havcone of the best Public School 100 pupils ic in this section of the State, with over and with other good private schools, attendance, you see our school facilities are excellent. We have elegant church builniugs, representing every denomination, with a full corps ol ministers of has class talent ind are doing a better business than nny class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will beam e out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate among a good people with all the best surroundings would do well to call aud see me before pur. chasing elsewhere iSSXhSSBKi ,remNo?,hrMoa"o,?h7. and standing as it does ga.ing right inipine ios undevploDed i nm nfthe llluo-Urated i three-fourt- hs wlll lrf, llld. conniHltv,, . at actual cost lor pipe and work Klectrlc wires put In and necessary ihtiircs furnished free ol charge Tube of best uality and guarant d to give satisfaction. The schedule of adopted rates is f rum 15 to 50 per cent, lower than is usually given .... mams Has contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants and will have the Ice and Hli'ctric I'Utits completed iu about sisly davs J the Water Plant soon after. In order to place individual contracts in ad -c- for Water and E.ectrU L.h,, the Company FarraersBantc&TrnstCo. Is now OF STANFORD, KY., fully organucd aud ready for business wilh e ..":, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus, . - - - 19,000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, HANK. OK STANFORD, Now closing up I with the same asset and under ine same management. II y provisions of its chatter, depositor are a fully protected as aie depositor in National Hanks, Its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of t'je amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th amount invested in such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as in individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnaging Ihe Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty year' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are continent with sound banking. DlKECTOHj: Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of 3 rooms, one faucet J 5 00 Kach additional room 50 1 00 faucet Kach additional Stores, Hanks and Private OlTicc, lancet . 5 00 .. 3 00 Paths, private, one lancet Hose attachment tor sprinkler 500 a 00 SlablM, private, oao animal Each additional animal 100 4 Electric Light Rates. Por commercial use: One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp per year $70 00 60 For 10 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. .. . 11 11 g0 2 J.J, ,0 II I ! -- 3. For Residence Use: 60 For 1st 16 c. p. incondetceut lamp, per mo... " " " " d ." " 45 .. .. 3(l 11 1. 2 " " " 4th" ' " ... j ' ' ... For each additional o For further information, apply to aa-- tl J. W. HAYDEN.Sup't, &c. j '. ' . mm II II j, Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M.Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Krabry, Stanford ; J. S. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MilledgcvilU; J. F. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky S. U. Shanks, President. J, B.OwsUy, Cashier. W.M. Bright, Teller. n