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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Stanfokd, Ky., Dkckmukh 2."), ISM
Knukaviso bi'iuitidilly Rinl nrtistirn'.ly
tlono ut A. It. I'tinnyV.
torn in now remly. nonse
l.i 11 mid Hi'ttlr. A. I! IVnnv.
IlAVKyotir untcli, dork nml jewelry
repaired Bt A. It. Penny's. All work
Kk.mkmiikk thntHll silverware. wnti'liOR,
rlnirs, Ac, lmiuhtHt A. It. Penny' will
lie vngrnvnl free of rliurge.
v'Oi.. Y J. M.t ii Ih iloun with thy
Mhh. A. J. Waup Ih ijurtu wrk oi w
Mi. V. 1. Tatii went to UinfHVIIlB
Mu. anh M, John HIhM.v re ilowti
luitli the irrip.
Mien Ki.i.M.v IU1.U1U, Of Somorni't, !
with her I'lircntH.
Mif Ki.n May Saundeim wont to
Cmt. J. T. Wai.i.hk In quit" fink at
his home on Iower Main.
Mirs Maiiy IU1.1. Vanov isvleitint;
In Spencer comity.
Mis Assik Hai-k Ih visiting MIrh Mfl.
into Ctirrev, nt I.mirflMer.
Mil. It. 0. Kniiiaman , J 11., of hexing
Hi, Ih visiting tlio liuiutilo'krj.
UfiiE .M.i. Uaitin ami family wil
remove to Pittsburg in a few iliiys.
Mian .Mamik ltut;n:i, u Danvillu
im the of .Mra. It. S. l.jtlo.
MiHS IIku.k Dk.n.ny id nt hoiiiu fioin
fdiool at ltiditnoiul for a few tluyH.
.Moi.uk I)aI(.iii;iity ami Annie
Mniub went to (.ouiovHIu yebtonluy.
Dit. Jk-k Amon, of .Mitliiltteliuru, ic
the holnlrtyH with hid jHtrciitr. I
Mih KnitiK AiiAMti, of Danville, wn
the jjiieHl of Mliw K.1to Hail tbta wuwk.
.Mna. M. V. will go to lMUUm
toiluy to vtiil t lior aunt, Mru. sue Salter.
.Mil Mi.NXtt: ItlM.iiY, who luth hteti
tm lun ut lJoyle, nr.ivixl hoitiH
Mh. Laika .MoToMKjir, of
ihtliu gflMt of her ttittor, .Mr. Dr.
I. It. Cook. "j,
Kk ami Mrh. It. H. M.kiioXY a ml
Marie, of OohniibiN, Temi., uriTftl Mr.
A. It. Penny'.
Mum (iHOMHA Kihtuiv, of tin Goth-
f ulty, went to lior fcoiuu in Lndlotv
.M11 (iRoiKtB It. WkahknIh over from
Iks Lexington to rfiufMl lh
Ml(-H MHIM WaMUBM lM8 )ttl"M'l
from peliool at I.otiivtllfe M ipoini th
P. K. McDoxai.0, ( niaeuo'K', I.
' liren HtMMiite1 rnilway mail eUrk o
Til k ?my that V. A.
Collier, win of Col. Dan Collbr, in vry
'ill in Ininvill".
-Mil. YV11.1. MiA.vai.i v,of the Unlvfrni
ty of Tennessee, la uitli IiIh rUtei, M1n
Uiurii MeAnaliy. for 11 few dayn.
Mkhh. ItoHintT Lylkh, (i. It. Cooper,
Carroll I'eiil ami othura nre enjoying a
hunt in Caaey county thi.i week.
Mimkh Liy11: ami Naxnik Hoei-Kf,
of lancaster, jmneil throndi to How-litn:
(truen to npetul the holiilaya.
Mil. C. H. Pink, oi I'o8ton, airivetl
yeMteiday. It heuina to look like he has
ileniyiiH on one of our Iovelint drln.
II. T. Mti.nsH, of the I.. A N.
has none to upentl a nhort vacation with
friends in South WrMem Kentucky.
MiHhHi Fanmk SimnkhIh over from
Hamilton and Dollie McKohertH from
DauchterH College, to iwml 11 few day.
Mk. 15. P. Owhi.kv has iiiovihI to too
Myera IIouw and Dr. V. IS. Penny Iihm
taken the house he vacatml on
tifiTB a number of Stanford people I
tended the Walton Cook miirrinp1, nt
Hiifltouville, Wt'dnomli.y, as had an the
.Mil. T. It. Bi:i.i., who Iiuh been enuau
ed in thiHcouiitv for the lnsi 12 mouthi,
oeri back to Wayne to enjoy the
holidays with friemla.
.MiM. McDi'd Ai.D and Minn Maud-'
return their tlmiika to MitH Annie
Uronaudi Kndeioan for biiostautial
ChrivtiiiaH prcbeuta which came at a
tnout opportune time.
Mils. Sam.ii: 0. Tiu'kiikaut, MUh Mary
Myera and tho charming little
MiwiNodie Andrew?, and MihS Annie
Cleovea Myers, all of MillerobuiK College,
nrowith Mr. S. S. Myera.
CITY AND VICINITY.
Wastkh, fiOO Turkeya. M. F. Klkin
Uandilh, oraiiKCB, nuts, Ac, at J. II'
A coTTAOKon HiiMtonvillo street and
two rooms in my residence for rent. J.
Tiik McKinney llroa'. Koods aro arriving
and they will open their doors next
Tuk Presbyterian Sunday-school treat
will bo instead of Christmas
eve, as stated in our last.
A fine stock of koocIs and a valuable
Koqd will can bu h,ad at a reasonable
by applying ntUhis oflice.
Thk top nf the mornlnir to von.
Kiiik ciiAfKiiiia and other explosives
were poitivdy prohihlted InHt night.
Dav Hoaiidkuh Wantkd, and 0110
room with board, at -Mm. Kate
Dmhlenu'ri, 011 Lancaster street.
It i raining ami warm and 11 preen
Chrinhni, ih proiniheil. Wo hope it
will a nt graveyard.
Do.v't iiiish tin concert next Tuesday
niuht. '-et ymir ticketa now for
Hont(, at Melobertn' druj: store. Popular
11 m m
Morn ilit tiiiltvc and the acnilemy
hate diw.1 nil the fith of January.
Ii(. It. F. HtMkeman will Hpcnd hiw
ahoit rural i"ii in luinvllle.
Tiik ejt.wlMut now Willnnl Hotel,
l.'iitiM'ille, mill invltnliniiH to ita
pitroiH to tkf Ciiri'tiiiR'' dinner with
it, when an uniiKimlly comprehomive
apreiul uitl ! made.
imlditel to me will jnfer a
areut favor by railing and nettling without
Jiaviiiir to hi dunned. I need the
money to curry on my nusim'B and must
have it by .Inn. I, or nooner. II. C. Itu
Tnu ICrcydtipic tia llritntiica, offered
by iih in coniH'clion with the Intkiuoii
Joihn.m. a year for $7 GO Ih oiim like
liotcnkcM. Call and aee a hut of 'M of
of the beet and cheapest bookH ever
Tun Midnuht Alarm haa not alarmed
m yt ami fiippone it haa cone to
pi'Wh. W hope M, at any rate, if it
whs not a" it repreKented
TM company wd booked the
Mih 01 July.
It i harlly nwesiry for uh to nay it
ai wt n.'Vr lay nil for Chrintmao, that
the I.ntkhiok Joi'iisu. Mill Ih iuel as
inmal next wHk and all tho following
AekH. t)ur will phtaie
o'lfrrc nud 'tf,rii theiuwIvtM
It muy intretit eoiMumptivoa to know
tht too v.on ladr at Huiitini;bur;.
lml., h has Ihom kept on a diet of
doy mnl for minn time for
ih rijodly itnproih and hopwH are
entertniiie.1 for tier nltiint rwovery.
The rrnu'dy nis U Iw woru than the
A saytt that wltito VrA. S. J.
Pallium Hint htmiiy, o( (.ieorUiwu.
wfH r itoiii homo Moudity nidit,
bitrilar a into bin hoiihe and ftwnrcd
a Snr il Hatch and a itodtet lionk.
Tli nmfatenr mnsl hare arrirotl in time
to M'at thi uraionisoll as thy dropid
Ui oi'ket booK in thir hnMv to es
of thtt Indies of the
Trnenvill C W. 15. .M. A Mrry
'iriatnm," nad a einl which cuni
with ow k thu larKfl and felitt
ii ver aaw. Mjn IMIe Cash
it and to her ami her thoughtful
ao:ite wo tender wtr heartiest thanks.
It ia not often that a way far im: man is
so remembered by Midi an excellent
jmrly of ldte.
Tim new wirda have jowlo their
appearance. 1 here are two siw, one
Unw r than the old ones nud the other
Hiualler. The small card U whltu in color
and intended for iim by ladies. It is
.' l.Vi(S by I 5 10 inches. The Uruer
cinl is the same color as thh old MIc,
hut wS1! by (1J inches in fiiu. The
at the head of the curd is also
Tin stamp contains a portrait
oi (iemtiMl (tram.
Kii.i.tn. A diaprttch fnmi VawI
says that James M. Thompson,
iimnnijer of the Nickel Plate Coal Coin-Miny,
at Uernstadt, diot and instantly
William lintnn, a miner,
who was 111 Thompson's employ. Tie
ditlh'ulty up over n hettlemeiit.
lyiulou and two friends tried to
He TtiomMin. Iiston was a sinde
in in and l.ad been around Ivast
several yehrs and was considered a
IJotii -We are in receipt of a
dihpatch from li. I! WilliiiuiH, at Kant
IWiifta It telling of tho double killing
that occurred at Altamout Tuesday:
James Peiiticoiik'h kept a boarding
hotifie, where Hiram Dees was boaidin.
Last Saturdav they had some wordu
over the a mount Peuticoudi claimed
win due. Tuesday the quarrel was renewed
when Penticoudi shot Decs in
the head and in falling Decs pistol was
dim-harmed, the hall passing thrnudi
Pmittcotidt'a heart. When bystanders
reached them they were both dead.
Dees was a sinde man and Pcnticoudi
leaves a wife and several children.
The store of W. K, Perkins, at Crab
Orchard, was robbed on Tuesday night,
and the safci blown open, from which
was taken from $-200 to $:00. Tho eafo
door was blown oil' by drilling above
the lower hinge and inserting powder.
An entrance to the house was effected
by prizing open the fron. door. This is
the second burglary in that town within
a week, the first being at Mrs. Mc-Clure's,
when Henley McCluro was robbed
of foo in a room in which be and
his brotber'slept. The tool s used in the
store burglary were from W. P. Tatem's
shop, but George DeBord, thu famous
wag of that city, says that he knows Mr.
Tatem to bu innocent of complicity for
he was never known to perform so much
exertion for so little money.
It Is reporled that tho father of Wtn.
I.nn(!Hton, who was killed at Kast
hfiH served a term in the penitentiary
for killiiiL! a man and an uncle cf
bin waa liunu for a like offenHe.
I'noF. W. F. Uiiksm advertises an
to occur at tho public school
building at McKinney, by thu pupi's of
the school, on the nidit of Jan. H. It
will consist of stump speeches,
di.domieM, pantomimes and charades,
ami the proceeds will ho applied
to the purchase of books for tho library.
Tiik Kobstmi Concuht. The musical 1
enti;rlnininent to bo iiiven by Prof. Ha-1
phael Koester, promises to be the musical
event of tho season. The
is made up nf hridit and attractive
numbers and will surely please
everybody. Tho playing of the string
orchestra will be an attractive novelty.
Tickets are now on sale at W. 15. Mo-
Roberta' drui; store. Popular prices.
Wk have recently bought a complete
stock of groceries, hardware, queenswarc,
woodenware, Ac, and come before the
public with every article new and fresh
from the cities, and ns wo have no old
stocky to carry, we will endeavor to make
prices that will be to the interest of
to call on us. With our past
experiencii. in the business we think wo
know what tho trade requires. ChII on
us, next door to Will be
ready for bti'dniss Dec. 31st. McKinney
Ilev. John Hell (i ibson will preach
his closing sermon at tho Christian
There's going to ho some mighty
good music at the. Methodist church Sunday
morning and night.
Father Minn, a Chinese priest, and
a thoiinMid Chiistiaus were mascred
by tho rebels during the recent outbreak
in Koithern China.
ltev. W. J. Kllis, who is to take
charge of the Christian church here New
Years, is to marry Miss Kato Dickeison
at Georgetown on the oth.
Mis. ICIla IWckett, of Iiectorvillc,
hs hdt her ihildieii, husband, father
and mother to attend a theologicsl
nchool. She says tho I.ord has called
her to preach, but wo imapect the devil
haditioittto do with it than anything
Miuiaters of the gospel should not
niiartNul their Bible. The injunction is
fiHNl, not kiiw, my lambs. Osculation !s
becoming entirely too common in the
church. If men of the cloth commit
suehonorH, what may he expected of
us poor sinners?- louisvil!o Times.
At an experience meeting at Alii
ance, O., the young woman organist for
the church got up and said: "I liavo
ben led astray." The congregation wpb
thiiiideistruck ami the excitemon't was
not allayed when a young man, win in
alio had heuti going with, was also moved
to rise ami say: "I want it distinctly
understood that the young lndy hss
nothing to aM)logice for." He then sat
down with a dull thud and the meeting
broke up amid ureal xcitement.
Col. Ingersoll's ii to the editor of
the National Ikiptist, his paper,
i-i Hunting hut scurmious: "I am a
practical Haptist myself," writes the colonel.
"I take a biith every morning.
My form of baptism is superior to yours,
because I use soap." Dr. Waylund, who
is sick, M'nt him word that lie did not
know his name was on his mail list, and
was sorry that the receipt of his paper
should have given otlense. This soft answer
completely surprised tho scoffer
and he wished at onco that ho had not
been so previous.
Itev. A. J. Kissdl, pastor of the :M
Lutheran church, Louisville, preached
a hcrmon on t!icco last Sunday, in
which lie took strong grounds against
tho very pernicious habit. He estimated
that Ji'Hl.OO'MXX) was annually ex
pended for the lllthy weed and that
was spent in Louisville alone.
Said he: "One bad habit begeta another
and the man who uskh tobacco will
soon acquire a tante for spirituous
lupioro. This habit lays him ojien to
thu acquisition of others until in the
end he has cot all o! them, besides a
weakened intellect and a wrecked
The Advocate notes the death of
Cornelius Nevius, a respected fawner,
Col. Iteeso H. Ward, after four days'
illness of pneumonia, died at his homo
at Crab Orchard Tuesday at 8 a. m., in
tho "I'd year of his age. He was born
in Wayne county and in KSU married
Miss Nancy Mcllargue, of Laurel, a
dose relative of the lato Sheriff of Pulaski,
who was assassinated. She died
in lSSti and in lSvSS ho married Mrs. Kva
Smith, of Ciab Orchard, and she with
seven children of hia liist wife survive
Hou. Sam Ward, of Livingston, Win.
Wurd, of Paint Lick, It. G. Ward, of
Loudon, Mrs. Kuiina Lutes, of Kirks-ville,
Mrs. T. A. Greabam and Mrs. F.
Ii. Clill'ord, of Stanford and Mrs. Salhe
McGee, of Crab Orchard. Tho remains
were taken to Paint Lick church Wednesday,
where after a sermon they were
laid to rest in the cemetery there. Col.
Ward was a member of the Methodist
church for years and was a tine eld gentleman,
hidily thought of by hia frionds
and frequently honored by the republican
party, of which he was a leading
The lew Cash
Wy dy U M
A C. SINE
KWP' & K-M, ,MrUVrj Tr t
Ami will never lo. it It creates the tteain that runs the engini s of the world, and why not he n power in purchasing
DRY GOODS, GOODS, BOOTS,
NOTIONS, SHOES, ami HATS ?
Come and liy it; then if you aro not plencd. return to your first love. I will not give anv prices, because I pi of or you should
Should sec the stull'.
I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS,
And all shall share alike thu rich, the poor, the great, the strong, the week, the wNe and Money will tell. I am determined
tt:e .a. good cash tikaidh
If do-e attention to fair dealing and low piices will do it. so come to the store next to Farri and Hardin's in tho
CotTcy Hotel and see me. '
Tiik New Dictionahy. Th answer of
th publishers of Webster's I'nabriilged '
Dictionary to the attempt of pirates to 1
steal their thunder by i-suing cheap '
phototype productions of the antiquated
edition of is the publication of a '
new and completely re edited and enlarged
edition of tho authentic Unabridged,
which as a distinguishing title
bars the name of International.
The publishers have expended in the
last 10 years over SiOO.OtX) in the preparation
of this new liook be for issuing
the flrt copy, and the improvements of
tho various editions that of 1M7
have cost ovr three-fourths of a million
of dollars for editing, illustrating, typesetting i
The new Dictionary is the best bonk
of K Had in the English langu.ige. It
unlocks mysteries, resolves doubts, and
decides disputes. The iosession of it
ami the habit nf consulting it will ter.d
to promote knowledge, literary tastes
ami social refitiumeiit. For every family,
the of which have mastered
the art of reading, the purchase of
Wdwter'a International Dictionary will
prove a piotiuible investment, an 1 the
more they advance in knowledge and
cul'b'Hilon the more they will appreciate
its aid ami worth.
There are men who never My a bill
without groaning. Such should not be
the ciuo. The man who gets credit gets
a favor. Giving tinio for piyment is
iiHTuly an accommodation 011 the part
of the creditor. Yet, it is too often the
case that the debtor seems to be laboring
under the impression that the n-verse
is the case. The collector is frequently
subject to abuse so often that
collecting is considered the most
kind of employment Jessamine
The Warsaw Independent tdls of a
wonderful discovery made by a farmer
living i.ear that place. A few years ago
h found on his farm a tree which, instead
of growing round, as all, well regulated
trees do, was a perfect nquare. It
struck him that this was just the thn
for railroad ties, and he 6et to wc to
cultivatj it. He now has a tine grofi f
ttie square trees, and us they grow 1
idly on poor soil, lie thinks lie h.is a
The cause of woman stilfrage, wh.
has had a fair trial in Boston in too
elections, lias received a
in the results of that trial. Thu
registiiitinuofftiin.de voteis has dwindled
from in lShS to 0,000 in IfciU.
Kvideiitly the great majority of women
agree with their chivalric champion
who defended what he called their
"higher right not to vote." -
Kd What do you do to pass away the
Ned Kasy enough. I just give my
note to some 0110 for oO days and the
time passes away quickly enough, I ns-sure
you. Lowell Citizen.
The Memphis .Scimitar puts the situation
aptly, in a few words, as follow t:
'Steal a few clothes and you get 'JO years
in the pen. tfteal 5100,000 and you get a
"Man wuntH but little hero below"
and lucky 'tis that it is so, for as a lulo
it's safe to bet, it's mighty little he can
get. Chicago Times.
It is not a good time to reatl the Bible
while your wifu is out in tho rain cutting
stove wood. Ham's Horn.
Hoey, lato of tho
Kxpress, has turned over to the
company $300,000 incmnpletesettleinent
of his differences.
Foa Hent. Kesidenco now occupied
by W. M. Higgins. Apply to John M.
nd ski: wiirr jioxky will
Stanford Female College.
J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President.
Fall Session Tuesday. September ist, iSgr.
Full corp ol Coniervalory and Xormal School lea- iiers. S,ipnor co-ire ill Literature, Music and
Art. Kxcdltnt departmpnt. CatatoKU't an I c rolars furnnncd on application
Go to J. B. FOSTER
Lentous, F5s, Zalsins,
Canned Goods of Ail Kinds and Every
thing youN33d m the Grocery
or Hardware line.
Stanford Lumber Yard,
J. N. MENEKEK
lowest prices in Central Kentucky.
Stairwork at city prices.
.itd slat psitcb
of everything found in a
specifications before letting your contract
& MEMEFEE, Stanford, Ky.
A of the stockhoMers ot the National
ll.inkof Hintonvllle will be held at their batikinc
hoiKein Htmonville on the second Tuesday in
January, ih., for the purpose of electing nine
Director to cnuint; i-ar.
81 J J W. HOC Kr.R, Cashier.
A .11tin nf tm uln.l.l..t.l .f .1.- T.t .. .
tlonal lljnk will be held at their bankins house
in Stanford on the Tuesdnv in lanuarv.
l8oa. for thi. mirrin of elottinj; cleten Directors
to serve the nisuinfi par
i-td JOUXJ. atcROltERTS, C.ihier.
A meeting of the tort holder of the farmers
it t'fcuk & Trust Co. will be at their banking
house in SUnford on the firt Wednesday in January,
1 sot, lor the eleen
to serve the enduing yrar
Si-Id J. II.OWSU;V,Cahier.
Notice of Election.
A mteti"i)r of the utocUhoIders of the Lincoln
County lluildin and bating Auoclation will be
held al the office of the Farmers Dank - Trust
Cc. on Saturday, Dec. J6, tor the purpose of
to electing nine Directors to serve the ensuing year.
i-H J. M. IIAl GUM AX,
in FARM POSTER.
I hereby warn every person from hunting on or
paiij through my farm or the farm generally
known as the McCart farm now In-longing to me.
Kery person pasting through said farms without
permotioii will be prosecuted.
D. M. CRKIGHTON.
Linooln Co. Building & Savings Association
OK STANFORD, KY ,
Office in Farmers HatiV & Trust Co , will on Jan.
5 1 Issue Another Series of Stock.
Any one seeking a safe Invcitmtnt would do
well to investigate.
Weekly payments 25 cents. Has made more
than S per cent, since organization. Knahlcs men
of limited means to cecuie a home. Money to loan
on good real estate.
h. It SHANKS, II J. 1MKS 1,
I.S. UUC.HFS. II. C. h'ARKIS.
W. A TKIIIULK, I N.MKNF.FEE.
I H. IIAUGHMAN, JOS. "ERANCE
J. F. I'KVTON.
JOS. SF.VERANCK, President;
J. H. IIAUGHMAN Sec'y:
W. M. IIHIGHT, Treasurer.
The best selected stock and
We carry a full stock
Examine our designs and
or building. SINE
What's the use of McKinley bragging
'bout the payment of the T.irill Tax by
the foreigner when the IIostoneFe con-sinner
had to pay it tight back to him?
Miles' Narvo anil Livers Pill "
cl on a new principle the liver,
r imncn .11111 tiiroi(;n ttie nertra. A new
Ur Mils' Pill speedily cure
' no! hail mile, torpid liver, pile, constipation.
Uncj.ialt) fur men, women, children nullcsl,
, i.iihtot. uret Fifty dost-s 35 centi.
I at A R t'ciiny's
!.TP !" I7Tfn I-arm of Mn
1 J L A rjL 1. I A..rt.cn Crab Clrcli.iru
.- 1. , 4 (rum Stanford. W. II Miller, to.
Beginning with the New Year,
is customary to form new resolutions
and as far as possible profit
by experience of the past The
general credit system having been
universally condemned by both
debtor and creditor as a curse
our country, one of our young grocery
merchants has concluded that
it will be wise and profitable
both himself and his customers
steer clear of this reef that has
made shipwreek of so many
the past and at the same time offer
such inducements to his customers
that they can not afford to buy
their Groceries elsewhere. For example
he will sell you
20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for$i oo
23 lbs. best C Sugar I oo
5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee... 1 00
4 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee 85
2 gallons best Coal Oil 25
j V.. 1113 IU, I -3
3 cans 3-lb. Tomatoes 25
3 cans 2 lb Corn 25
And many other goods in like
proportion. A fine stock of Family
Groceries and in Fancy Groceries,
Fruits and Candies a display
that can not be surpassed.
Come and see me, opposite Port-man
JESSE D. WEAKEN.