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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Htanfohd, Ky., A rim, 7, 189!
B.O. WAtTON, BUB. MonaKor
Mies Mou.ik Dauoiikhtv hafl return
eil from Loulsvilli;.
Mb. and Mits. U.S. Withbhs went to
Mr. K. II. Jomm, tliu Pinevillo
spout several tlayH hero.
Mr. W. 0. Goodlor, of Danville, was
here on lepU IniBinws yesterday.
Mks. Jamm Oaiuox, of Grab Orchard,
'b the Kiu'Htof Mt. J. W. Ilainsey.
MlNVA rUKI.1t), flf MlUllriOIl, ia
the ituest of Mta Mary McKluney.
Fuank Jonks hia BiHtcr, Minn
Hone, with a beautiful jiIki ton (or an
Mh. 8. C. Lackey, after a plenaantBtoy
of air weekH with nihil wb and frieniln,
returned to Atlanta Wednesday.
Mies Mahoik Buchanan, who has
been with her aister, ,Mra. John A.
in Louisville, aince Christinaa,
returned to Crab Orchard yesterday.
M ibb kb Mamu Lynn, Kiln May Saunders
and Alice Lynn and Messrs. 0. E
Tate, Walter Saunders and O.H. Holmes
will attend tho Collegiate oratorical con
lest in Iexlii;ton
Gkn. John 8. Williams was meeting
Miss Mary Varnon, of Stanford, at Win
eheater dejot without recoKiifxliiK he
and exclaimed; "Oh, I am Kind colonel
reminded me. Your father, JiuIko Varnon,
was my beet man nt my llrat wed
ilinu, wo beiui! then, in 1815, youn lawyers
at l'aria. My first murrinKO took
place on tlm farm hero in Clark, where
my daughter, Mrs. Holloway, now lives."
Gen. Williams remarked that ho mar
ncdtwoof tho handsomest and brightest
women in Kentucky. Col. Crad-dock
in 1'aris KetitttckUn.
CITY AND VICINITY.
Novki.tikb at Dunks, tho Jeweler's.
Onion seta and garden needs nt A. A.
i m m
Gaiidkn seeds ol all at w. II.
Wearen V Co'.
Iot of ahado tries for sale. J. C
.Strawiickhikb, radisea, lettuce and
tlrih at P. Hampton's to-day.
Nick light spring shoes nt treat)- reduced
prices at T J. Hatcher's, Yeagers'
Buy your need Irish potatoes of W. H.
Wearen A: Co., and gel tho best at the
Wk havo received a full htock of
Patterns. Any pattern tent by
mall, postpaid, on receipt of cataloiiuo
price. SHVeroncu Son.
NkwtCrahi and J. D. Walls hnve
opened a store-room on lincnster street
for tho pnrchano of country produce. Sv
thulr nd. and patronize them.
It is specially urginl that each member
of the tiro company be present at the
meeting on Wednesday night, ll'tli. Important
business is to be transacted.
"Tho Keign of tho Demagogue," aaid
to be tho best of John Tcmplu Graves,
lectures, will complete the course next
Monday night. If you haven't a ticket
already Bocure one and you will bo amply
Tho ladies are invited to
attend my summer opening ol millinery,
which will bo found to be
unusually largo and comprehensive,
next Friday and Saturday, April 7
mid S. Miss Mary Daviess Dudderar.
Tiik Stanford Circulating Library, with
Jo paid-up hhaivd, ia now open to the
loekholdors, each of whom tan get a
pok for each nhare and keep it not
two weeks. W. S. Burcli is
and tlie library is in Judge
A H. Gaines says
(atonoof a litter of five pig on his
fin was eight feet long, had thu faco of
annum and with tho exception of four
lth, looked like a sunk?. It lived only
a tort time, but it haB been preserved
inlcohol for examination.
A- nrmy of 100 men and many wag-from
onsiinshed through here Casey
Tnmlnv. hound for the mouutains to
peel fin bark. Tho men wero orderly
here.but at McKinney they aro said to
havo Wded up on and to hnve
hail a ienoral fight among themselves, in
which no or two was badly hurt.
A Sli)inu Scale. On tho morning after
tho yclone Mr. Stephens, of the linn
of Stephens & Kuox, Uowland, was confident
tlut their loss was $5,000. A weok
itr Hi.., it at $1,500 nnd now
they find that it is less than $500. They
havo disposed of all of their damaged
goods and nro nearly straight ngain.
Give them a call.
Next Monday will be county court
and annual horso show day. A
crowd will bo In town to bo tho
finest display of horso flesh that baa ever
been made hero. Our horso columns indicate
that that the business is vastly increasing
in this section. Wo havo al-most
douhlo as many advertisements of
horses as wo had at this time last year
and still there's more to follow.
Boa n i) mis, witli or without rooms,
wanted. Mrs. Kunniit Uurkfl.
Kai8. Lfcht Brahma nml Buff Cochin
cri3 for salt. V H. Caldwell. Stanford.-
Ai.ab and alack 1 The circus will not
como to Stanford as proposed, but will
pitch its tents at Junction City instead,
on tho L'Olli.
The bright sunshine and April show-era
are bringing forth May flowers in advance
of tho time. The weather has been
such as to make veyetation hump itself,
and you enn almost seo tho leaves nnd
rmss grow. "Fair nnd warmer Friday"
is tho forecast of tho signal service.
Tiir new fence around tho Christian
church can not be called n thing of beauty.
It is decidedly un-ornamental, tho'
it may bo useful in hitching horses. A
post-am! rail fence in tho centre of town
is calculated to givo that provincial appearance
most of uh try to avoid.
Tiik Advocate takes tho pains to tell
its constituency that the eclipse of tho
sun will be visible in all parts of Jtoylo
and that it will not Ims necessary for the
people to journey to Danville to seo it,
as they did a few years ago, under the
Impression that it could be seen nowhere
Tiik Brotherhood of locomotivu Engineers
has secured the right to build a
hall over the store room being built by
Mr. Isaac Hamilton for Stephens fc
Knox and aru goint; to tit up a lino one.
It will bo Wx'Si, with 12 foot ceiling.
They have long needed such a room for
tho meetings of the order.
Nofftichhtock of goods was ever shown
in our city as wo now havo open and
ready for your inspection. Dress goods
in every grade anil weave; trimmings to
mutch and notions in great variety.
Shoes in nil grades. In carpets, oil cloths
nnd mattings we hnve an immeusuBtock.
Come and seo. Severance A Son.
Mm A. K. Dkn.ny, applicant for Collector,
wiys that Gov. McCreary told him
that he had not decided which of tho P.)
applicants for the position lie would recommend.
Mr. Denny added ho is hopeful
that ho will bo accorded thu honor,
but that he is not sanguine of it. Among
tho other pilgrims to tho Mecca this
week are Judge W. E. Vnrnon, G. B.
Cooper, Ac, and so on.
OwiMi to tho difliculty of making collections,
the Pennington Bros, at
havo Squire T. M.
Pennington, father of the boys, who
cflino down the other d.y, says thnt the
liabilities are less than $1,000, with assets
much moio than sullicient to meet
tbem. A little time was ail that waB
wanted and ho thinks they will soon
be on their feet ngaiu.
Drum. James D.uigherty, the well-known
blacksmith, died at McKinney
fueuday, aged O'.J. Ho was a widower
for the second time and the three children
that he leaves are all grown. The
o'd man has had a hard struggle for years
to keep the wolf from his door, consequently
he was unable to keep his dues
paid up with the Odd Fellows and he
was dropped from tho membership, hut
tho lodgo hero ycneiously donated $'2)
towards his huiial expenses. The remains
were interred in Buffalo Cemetery,
Wednesday afternoon, after a short
service there by llev. A. V. Sizeinore.
(Kk of t'ne most amusing tricks ever
played on a young man in this town of
trick-playing was worked on a guileless
youth Tuesday night, lie had heard a
gentleman say to his sweetheart, "I'll
meet you at tho same place Tuesday
night," the same place being a settee on
the. front verandah, but in his blind jealousy
they m. thought that it meant
some clandestine business and he resolved
t sift tho matter to thu bottom.
He related his tale of woe to a friend
and that friend promised lo help him
out. The friend came for him at the
proper time Tuesday night and together
they went to the scene, where horror of
horrors' there sat, in thu garden, his
true love by tho side of ids rival, whose
arm was gently entwined around her
yielding form. The girl M was saying,
4,Oh, dearest, I am not wqrthy of such
blind devotion," when tho y. in., unablo
to restiain himself, flushed tiie game.
Tho man in the case, with a hot "What
do yon mean, sir?" drew his pistol and
fired it, tho y. in. thought right between
his eyed. He took to his heels, rushed
into another party, who claimed to be
out after robbers, and who each gave him
n pistol salute, and ran into a cow, which
lie badly disabled, finally getting back to
town with bis eyes hanging out on his
cheeks, his tongue protruding and his
breath nearly gone. Another funny pirt
of it was tiie "friend," who led him to
the slaughter, camo across thu man of
the place, as ho thought by his remarks,
and he too incontinently lied as several
bullets whistled past his ears. It was a
clear case of n biter getting bit and bo is
not enjoying the joke much more than
the other sucker, who shall bu nameless
hero forovermoro. Tho mau w ho played
tho "girl" iu the case is n strawberry
blonde, whoso light motistacho was not
observable in the gloaming, even if the
youth had been less excited. He, we
mean the "girl," was attired in ahenutiful
Mother Hubbard and acted his part very
naturally, even to famtiiif, when the pistol
P. S. The y. in. says ho was onto tho
first business and was only caught by tho
Fou Bent. Two rooms over
k Son's store, cheap. Apply to W.
IN. Craig, or Dr. Steele Bailey.
TmirtK were six contestants for tho
honor of representing Public Park Academy
at the declamatory contest nt liar-
rodsburg Juno 9th John Lynn, Jas. or
James Menefee, Thomas Shanks, Apper-son
Nevius, Win. Dnrst and James
Tho judges were Messrs. W. G.
Welch, J. B. Paxton. W. E. Grinstead
and John Belt Gibson. All tho boys acquitted
themselves well, but it was the
unanimous decision of tho judges that
James Sail Hey was entitled lo tho coveted
honor and ho was accordingly chosen.
TuiiiiK is a treat in store for the lovers
of chaste and elegant music. Dewey
Hoy wood's Now York Stars, a superb
organization of European and American 1
artists, hnve contracted to give an entertainment
at Walton's Opera House May
1. Of the merits of the individual performers
we bhall havo more to say Inter.
Suillco it now thnt it is highly recommended
by tho press and peop'c, who
claim that it is in every respect.
To secure thein tho manager had
to put up a heavy guarantee, but ho
that such a troupe will bo liberally
patronized. Tho admission will be $1.
When Joo Munday was preaching prohibition
in bad English here a few years
ao, some of the good ladies who allowed
their enthusiasm to get away with
their judgment, would havo beeu glad
to have seen tho editor of tills paper
hung (or daring to criticise him and suggesting
that ho was n very huge fraud.
This too in the face of tho fact that wo
had been with them a number of years
and had always deported ourselves with
passable decorum. Well, v. a aro here
yet nuddoing business at thu mine old
stand,- while Munday has since more
than proved that wo "diagnosed" him
correctly. Drunkenness, wife -beating
and other ollenhes havo been clmrged to
him and now it is reported that he is in
jail at Kiesimme, Fin., for cruelly beating
his child. Hour good lady friends
will pc rmit it, wo will suggest this moral:
Never go back on old and tried
friends to tako up with n stranger, no
matter how plausible lie is, until you
aro pretty certaiu from reasonable endorsements
that he is all right.
Win. M. Durham, a widower of 31,
and Miss Fannie J. Kidd, wero married
yesterday at Mr. I). J. Kidd's, in the O.
Bobert Stapleton and Miss Laura
Parker, both of thu East End, wero married
at tho groom's father's, Isaac Sin
O. It. Long, president of the Louisville
water works, was married to Mifs
Nannie Turner, of CampbcHsville, Wednesday.
Tho irroom came up in n special
Pullman car, in which they will take
n three-weeks tour of tho East.
Mr. T. 1). Martin, town maishal of
Bowland, was married Wednesday to
Mrs. Nannio Mabnn, n widow of 2D, also
a resident of Bowland. Tho ceremony
was performed nt the groom's home and
it is hoped that the union will prove n
happy one in everv sense of the word.
This is Mr. Martin's fourth mariiage.
Mrs. I. M. Hruce received u dispatch
yt'Rlonlny that lier sister, Mrs. Kittio M.,
wife of John T. I.ynn.ul Louisville, died
at 10 oMloi'k a. m. Sho liad been ill
nearly n year of consumption and the
end had been expected for some time.
Fully awaie of her condition, she ppoke
resignedly of her death and assured her
weeping relatives that God, Who had
been her hopo in health, wus sustnininK
her in sickness and making her dying
bed feel soft h downy pillown aro. Pev
en yeiim nno she jirofohsed religion and
joined the Presbyterian church, and her
lovely Christian life has since been ua u
lamp to her friends. She was the
daughter of the late Jtuiiea M. Wray
and Mrs. Mary Wray, tho latter with
three .siHteraBurviving her. Iu 1SSS fcbe
was led to the altar a happy bride by the
man who is now crushed with a grief
that no one can imagine until ho has been
allied to pass under thu rod. May thu
Lord sustain him, thu mother, sisters
and her little alrl. is the prayer of many
sympathizing friends. Tho remains will J
arrive on the ' r. t. to-day and probably ;
be buried during tho afternoon, though
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arrangements for thu interment Had been
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
W. W. Havrt bought of T. I). e.'
land a mare lorSloO.
J. S. Hosley sold to Robert Russell
two 1,000-pound cows at :.
W. L. MeCarty bought of William
White of Madison, n jack for $ 130.
Wantkd. HorBes to break and bundle.
Howes also taken on commission.
W. W. Ilavs.
J.l Cook has bought a half interest
in Charley Saudidgo and lie and K.
D. Kennedy will stand him this eeaBon.
Thu ussigueeof J. S. Hawkins & Co.,
of -Jessamine, has sold to a Chattanooga
arm Do.OOO bushels of wheat at 00 cents
ou the cars at lWirgin.
Tho two splendid combined horses,
Messenger Denmark, by On Time, and
Frank, a Denmark horse, tho property
of Mr. J. T. Hackloy will bo here on exhibition
F. J. Jones has SO acres of lnnd and
n fine house at Preachersvillo for sale.
Address him there.
Hon. G. A. Lackey sold to Dr. J. M.
Rogers, of Bloomiugton. Ind , his chestnut
eorrel mare for $200.
Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs,
more of wool. Will pay highest market
price. A. T. Nunnelley.
Spring Iambs are already declining
in tho Cincinnati market. They were
quoted yesterday at 7 to lie.
Tho Arkansas Derby, 1J miles, was
won by dishing and Orth's Boundless
in 1:58, Scroggan Bros.' Buck McCann
Gub Straus, of Lexington, hns purchased
Katrinn for $5,200. She is with
foal to Iroquois and will be bred to Longfellow.
Wool Wantkd. Bring me your
wool and get tho highest market price.
want it and will buy it if you will give
me an opportunity. Wm. Moreland,
M. F. Elkin bought of Cameniech
Bros, a lot of stall fed heifers nt :5c, of
Ottenheim partiesa lot of butcher stuff at
?,c and of John Cashn lot of butcher stuff
nt .Jjc. He nlso bought of various parties
a lot at 21 to 3e.
The Kolly-Moon land near Big
Stone Gap, acres, was sold at Commissioner's
ssle to John C. HasKell
agent, for $75,000. Only about 4 14 ncres
carry the Imboden seam of coking coal,
which makes the actual price of tho coal
land $171! an acre. The remainder of tho
land is level, offording sites for buildings
and coke ovens.
A complicated suit has been filed in
the Circuit Court at Lexington for the
possession of the celebrated pacer, Victor
Mazzone. Tho colt was owned by Her
man who contracted to lmvo
Trainer Wm. Boyco one fourth interest
for tho colt's Induing and keep. Capt.
Boyco's driver, John It. Farris, drove
tho colt to his half mile record off l:05i
and claims that Boyce agreed to give him
one-third of his one-fourth interest in
Victor Mazzono if he would handle him.
Boyce ami Fnrris disagreed in their settlement
and .Farris took the horse and put
him under lock and key and the suit lias
been brought to give the real owner
Ilouie and lot containing cne aero on Danvilln
TnrnpiLc nwr toil j.up, alio a piano and a cuw
K.C KN'OLEMAN, JR.,
We will pay csh for country prodti. o ol eeiy
kind at our torcrom on Lancaster Avenue. We
aN) will run our wagon regular ccry fek to
collect lame in the country
THE P. 0. MILLINERY.
Call at the room and rec thn
Largest and Best Soloctod
Of Milliner) in town 'I he goods and pricci are
bound to plcate you.
111 MRS I'.T. COl RTS.
The People ot Stanford
AN1 LINCOLN COUNTY.
e you I
Ui KiMio, I icsiiectfully rriurt its continuance
ilurlnK the lumilii; neason. Indeed I expect mII to
I'or thoe rraions: 1'irit, It it made by a home
institution Second, tlio Ice it absolutely und
chemically pure, bcint; made lrom spring uatrr,
which is tirsi distilled and then carefully tillered
belnre belii froen. 1 hird, Artificial Ice will lt
much longer th in pond Icr. Fourth, an epidemic
of cholera is looked lor during the year and
i so npt lo produce or spread tliU diear as
impure water nr Ice. Killh.it will be
Delivered Regularly and
t your Doors
Kmy morning at the following i'riceo:
For 100 pounds or over 40; rer hundred.
F r 50 pounds to ico 451. per bundled,
hot 10 tu so pounds . $ c per hundred.
N less 1 11 .til in pound delitered.
l,o I UKrMHt.
I bai relumed from the citic with a nice lino
"lc,l Millmery which I will sdl for :i small profit,
CociU left over, an frtn a thu season b (;ood,
from l.tit I will sill at
COST FOWL CASH ONLY.
The I e. I 'on 1 do thu H to roducc my itock. of
pood o 1 will b able out my bunccu at
the firtt opportunity.
I ciirdully inviti1 tnelndies to call and examine
my cood. I jIo solicit a share ot their
MRS. I..M. IMt'CK.
y Stanford, Ky.
My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddernr, has just re-turned
lion, the cities with an elegant line of mil
ALL THE NOVELTIES
Of the season, of which she will lute lull control.
Sho also engaged a ,
.Mr. W. T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian
Scientific Tailor Sjrstem in the United States, including
the b'.'m!ee l.arnieiiti in llarne.
Utosvs and Waists, also Latest Fads in
Skirts and Wraps. Call and examine my stocl. of
Millinery before buying and leave your order for
your dresses. Thanking sou Tor past favors we
MAUV DAVIS DUUUERAR.
THE 13EST PLACE TO BUY
All new stock and
Thats is what we are the Great
examine our salesbook you will sec
A splendid coarse Shoe for men at $i and the best Congress and
lace Shoe ever ofTercd at $1.25, SiSO and Si. 75. A splendid boys'
two-piece Suit Si. 50 and up to $10. Men's Suits beginning at $4
and running up to S20. A large line of Neglige and white Shirts 25c
up to Si. 25. White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs and
ALL OF THE NOVELTIES
In Dress Goods, Domestics and French Ginghams, Pine Apple
Cloths, Canton Cloths, Sattcens, &c. If you would dress well come
to our house for everything to wear, and if you would buy the cheap,
est Carpet you ever had in Cotton, Cotton Chain, all wool Supers,
Tapestry and Brussels, Body Brussels, Wilton Velvets and Moquettes
you must come to
HUGHES & TATE.
Stanford Female College.
J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President.
Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, 1893,
Full corps of CamorvHtory nd Normal School teacheri. Superior couryes in Literature, Music and
An. Excellent boardtnjr department Catalogues and circular furniihed on application.
The Cash Bargain Store
Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assort-
DRESS - GOODS
We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the
opportunity of selecting their goods for
And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come
early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause
you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small
a margin. Call and see n, compare these Goods and Prices with
anything you can find and we feel satisfied we can please you and
save you money.
B. F. JONES & SON.
A. C. SINE
SINE & MENEFEE,
Proprietors of Tlie
Stanford Lumber Yard,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Our facilities for giving tlie greatest values for the least outlay, are
We Carry a Full Xiixie of Builders' Supplies.
BINDERS & MOWERS
Bargain House; and if you will
some people think so. Here is
THE O'BRIEN WAGONS.
THE BEST MADS.
FARRIS & HARDIN.
Faney Groceries, Eruits
Baker's Bread Always on Hand
I T. "