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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
vol. xxii. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1894. NO. 3
It. S. Crawford was in Pinovillo lust
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Keen hnvo another
Monday wna county court day nn 1
a good crowd whs in attendance.
Tho finhhiK Honnoii linu opened nnd
tlio boys are catching some nlcu Hiickcrfl.
Tho youtiK ladies of tliln plnco will
give an entertainment on Friday
Little Annlo Ponhatn, the youiiKeat
daughter of Mr. L. I). Dunham, is quite
Mr. J. W. Sullivan has roho to
to lay in his stock of apring
It ia reported that wo havo a colored
candidate for Jailer aubject to tho re-publican
Kid. J. K. Terry preached the funeral
of W. K. Muuney, at his homo near
SpruceburK, last Sunday.
Tho Corbln Kntoriirlso will innko
another venture in tho near future. Wo
hope it will be more successful this
Tho democratic county commlttoe
held a meeting Monday and decided to
cull a maaa uiectiiiK Juno Ith, to nominate
candidates for county ofllces.
Tho O. A. H. Tost at tills place is
raising funda to build a monument in
the corner of tho public ununro. Tho
county court has given tho pormlesion
to do BO.
There waaaome trouble at tho Itird
Kyo ininea Monday over working eomo
non union men. Tho sheriff nnd tlve
deputies went up and no further trouble
Our neighbor, Corbln, Is having
some trouble over her ordinances but wo
hopo they will soon be gotten in order
and that tho law-breakers of that section
will bo punished nnd whisky selling and
drinking will bo suppressed.
Mr. John A. Gibson died of pneumonia
near Jellico, last week. Mr. Gib-eon
waan native of N. 0., and was a river
bona for tho Allen Lumber Co., of
Pleasant View. Ho was a model young
man in every respect and about '2S years
Mr. Kditor, If you desiro to retain
auy reputation (or tho truth you should
not quoto from tho liarbourville dispatches.
Wo are sorry wo have a man
In our midst that has bo llttlo regard for
tho truth aud respect 'or tho reputation
of the section of tho State in which he
lives as to report tho people guilty of
euch dark and bloody crimes aa ho does
when ho knows thny are false.
Whisky Didn't Do It.
(To the JCJltor Interior Journal.)
Heading between the lines of the "Appeal
to tho Mothers, Wives," etc., ono
can easily neo that tho impression to bo
made on tho public is that whisky waa
tho cause of thu trouble between tho
brothers, John and Alex Traylor. This
I emphatically deny.
That whisky is an evil, and that tho
suppression of tho "nefarious traillc"
would result in incalculable good to all
humanity, I do believe nnd HMHcrt. I
could not respect n woman who did not
advocate prohibition in all of its phases,
regardless of tho constitutionality of tho
thing, which sho does not oven caro to
understand. But to bear a man being
accused of being drunken, because in a
moment of passion and anger, ho perpetrated
nn act thnt to him of uU others
would havo proved a source of keen regret
and remorse, had it resulted fatally,
though aggravated and harassed until
forbearance hod, in this case, ceased to
bo a virtue -this I must a.iy In my husband's
defense; he was not then, nor
has ho been at any timo during our married
life of 13 years, at nil under tho
of liquor. Tho world may brand
him aCaiu and "say all manner of ovll
against him falsely," hut I, who know-that
behind his rough exterior there
dwells an innate nobleness of soul that
would put to ahanio tho lives of thoso
who speak thus of him, wero thoso Uvea
and acta nn open book, can Bay to him in
tho words of the poet:
"Oh, what waa love miulo for, if 'tis not
Through joy and through sorrow, thro'
glory and shame?
Thou hast called mo thino nngol in moments
Ktlll thine angel I'll bo 'mid tho horrora
Through tho furnace, unshrinking, thy
steps to pursue,
And shield theo, nnd savo theo, or perish
Claiu Doty Tiuylor.
Now la tub Timb. To select a placo
llguro on a route and completo arrangements
for your nextlaummor'a vacation.
The mapB, timo tables and guido books,
issued by tho Wisconsin Contral Llnea
and containing a list of tho moat
a,? lipnlthful resorta in tho north.
west, will assist you materially in doing
tbia. They are mailed iree upon application
to Jua. 0. Tond, Genl. Pasar. Agt ,
Milwaukee, Wis. Send for them.
Dr. Oyrua Edaou, of tho Now York
board of hoalth, a.iya tho; grip is likely
Boon to disappear for a generation or bo.
Let ua hope ho kuowa what hu ia talking
ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY.
Mt. Vernon now has three drug
Three candidates are to bo voted for
at tho republican primary for -county
John Mol'heraon killed n largo gobbler
from n flock of 18 wild turkeys threo
miles BOiith of town.
Mr. A. Pennington Iirh awapped his
hotel property to W. II. Hrown, who iu
turn sold to parties here. Tho house
will bo remodeled nnd made into atore
rooms below and oiilccs nbovu.
Why is it the city papera call all
moonshiners mountaineers ? Are there
no 'shlnors elsewhere? There aro more
of them outaido tho mountain limits than
in them, so far as this State is concerned,
but probably not ao many of them ore
caught, for reasons that wo know not.
John Pearl stopped hero on his way
from Garrard to London a tew days rko.
Mr. 0. F. Swlnnoy left for Missouri on
Wednesday. Cannifux, tho "back motion"
lingered man, waa hero from Ion-don
yesterday. W. J. Nowcomb has returned
from a trip ro Cincinnati. W. II.
Spradlin has returned from tho South.
Oiih of our bust friends was lately
discovered in a citizen's amoko house at
Rowland at 8 o'clock one night with hla
hand faat in a steel trap. Tho
belonged to Ureck Graves. Our
friend was out of coal and wont over to
Mr. GriiveH' and called him up and asked
to borrow some coal. Ho waa told to
ro around to the coal house nnd get it.
It being dark, the smoke house waa mistaken
for tho coal bin. In groping around
for tho coal, a steel trap cot in its work
by nabbing a hand. About this timo
Mr, Grave' dog thought it his duty to
assist in thief catching and attacked tho
coat tails of the intruder. Tho racket
brought out tho proprietor, who drovo
oil tho do, released our friend from the
trap and took him to the coal house.
Ask Fred Mali a Iffy for particulars.
MIDDLEBUnC, CASEY COUNTY.
Your correspondent, temporarily
staying at this placo for the preieut, had
a special inviutioti with many others to
attend tho golden wedding of Mr. II. II.
McAninch. Fifty years ago on last Wed
nesday, Mr. McAninch led to the nltar
Mies Melinsa Hoes. The ceremony was
performed by Esquire John Humphrey,
in tho Rich Hill neighborhood. Hut few
couples have traveled lifo'a drenry road
together aa harmoniously aa Mr.
nnd hi Melissa. On arriving at tho
hospitable mansion we wore met nt tho
door by Mr. McAninch with his face
clothed in bis happiest smiles, and after
a hearty shako of tho hand, we wore
ushered in among his numerous friends,
children, grandchildren and other relatives.
There waa ono great grandchild
present. Crowding in the hall and par
lor, tho assembly was soon addressed by
our host In a few words, fol
lowed by Kid. J. Q. Montgomery with
appropriate remarks commending Mr.
McAninch and his faithful wifo for their
general worth and good deeds, aud their
long, laborious and devoted labora together,
closing with an Impressive prayer.
We wero then called to the dining
room where wo found an extension table
laden with meata, fowl, tropical fruita,
cakea, and in fact every delicacy that tho
appetite could desire. A good part of
the afternoon was consumed by tho vast
assemblage iu doing justice to the table.
There aro but few better neighbors or
more free-hearted men than our
friend. A number of valuable golden
presents given by tho friends and
relatives wero exhibited iu the parlor.
Among his nuuy relatives, his nephew,
Mr. Jnmes McAninch, of Sedalia, Mo,
was present. llefore the assembly dis
persod wo wero enlivened by several an
ecdotes of Mr. McAninch's early life and
strugglea and also some valuable experiences
in after years. Long life to Mr.
M. and his companion. IS. T.
"I'erhtpi you would not think to, but a very
Urge of iliMasj in New York comet
Irom cariessnoss aoout caicmnn cold,' lays Dr.
Sjrrut Kdi n "It Ii luch simple thing and to
common lht very few people, uulctt it It a case
ol liiicuroonla. pay any attention to cold. New
York li one of the uralthut places on the Atlan
tic Coait and yet there are a treat many cant of
caiarrn anu consumption wmen nave meir origin
iu this neglect ol the simplest precaution of every
tay life. The roost sensible auvlca is when you
have one cet rid of it at toon at possible. Ily all
meant ao r.01 neglect it.' ur. r.dson does not
tell you now to cure a com but we will, rake
Chambeiltin'a Cough Remedy. It will relieve the
lungs, aid expectoration, open the H'cretiont and
nun effect a permaucnt cure 15 and jo ceut but.
ties for tale by Dr. S. G. Ilockcr, druggist,
Chamberlain'! Cough Ilemedy gives tho bett
lausMcuouoi any cougn roeuicine 1 Handle, and
at a teller leads all other preparations in this
market. I recommend 11 because It It the best
medicine I ever handled for coughs and croup.
A. W. Ilaldridge, Mlllerivllle, 111. For tale by
Dr. S. G. Hocke , druggist. .
It May Do aa Much for You.
Mr. Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writos that he
had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years,
with severe paint in hit back and alto that hit
bladder wu affected. He tried many sa called
KldneX cures but without any goal result. About
J year ago he began use ol Electric slitters and
found relief at once Electric Bitters it especially
adapted to cure ol all Kidney and Liver troubles
and often gives almott instant relief. One trial
will prove our statement- Price only 50c. for
large bottle. At A. R Penny's Drug Store.
When IUIiy waa sick, we gave her CastorK
When aim waa a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When sho Wains Miss, sho clung to Castori.
When sho had Children, sho gfro them Caatoria.
LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY.
Tho small boys havo begun to go
" Xearly everybody baa been garden
ing this week.
It. M. Jackson liaa aold his stallion,
Randall, to Chestnut & Francis, of Cor-bin,
There aro more vacant houses in
Loudon now than there has been for
John II. Jackson boa moved his
family into the Dan Pitman property,
which he baa traded for.
Mr Ed Melvin hascomtnenced erecting
a commodious dwelling on tho hill
back of tho London Manufacturing Co.'b
John Watkins atays behind the
counter for Williams & Watkins at the
depot store, H. II. Nicholson having
gone back to his farm to make a crop
Andy Johnson baa tho wire and
other necessary apparatus at the depot
to erect a telephone lino in London. I
fiui aleo informed that ho contemplates
building a line to Manchester.
Mr. William Sparks, of Mt. Vernon,
has bought Ortho Swinuey'a interest in
tho drug store of Fitzgerald & Swinnoy,
and Mr. Swinnoy has moved with his
family to Mt. Vernon, tho old citv with
a new "boom."
Tho protracted meeting at tho Baptist
church has resulted In a creat deal
of good ao far. Many ol the loneliest
havo given their hand to Rev. Boruin
with the Intention of doing better In tho
future. Hro. Horutn is a most interest.
ing speaker and holds bis audienco from
the beginning to tho end of his sermon.
At tho rupuhlicau speaking at
colony last week, seata and a stand
were placed some distance from tho Hotel
and when the hour for speaking arrived
tho crowd refused to leave tho beer
and go, so tho seats had to ho brought to
them, and then everything wont nlong
as morily aa a "St. Patrick's day in tho
Marriage license havo been Issued to
tho following parties aince March 1: G.
W. Green aged 22 and Mollio A. Vaughn
aged 10; Levi Boshears, -IS and Misa Do-bio
Italian!, 42, Fredrick Jones. 21 and
Nancy Elizabeth Umphlete, 13; J. L.
Reynolds, Stand Mrs. 0. A. Baker, 29;
John M. Bigger, ID and Rosa Sullivan,
21; David Weaver, 27 and SiiBan E. Bar-nard
DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY.
Tom Webb sold the 3o 1,200-lb feed-era
at Harrodsburg Monday, tc Mr. Bon-Ui,
at 3 52c.
W. L. Caldwell & Son sold to It. M.
Houchlns, of Anderson county, a email
jack for f300.
The Schubert Male Quartette, with
Miss Bertha L. Clark, violinist, Miss
Laura B. McCorklo, reader and whistler,
and Miss Adelaide Jackson, accompanist,
will appear here on tho 10th.
In tho last issuo of the I.ntekiou
Jouhnal thoro appears a petition signed
hy22(Jmarreid women and over 100 single
ladies asking all to vote for prohibition.
It will take a bravo man to ignore this
Rov. J. 0. Vaught, of Harrodsburg,
will assist Rey. W. F.Taylor in a series
of special services to bo commenced at
the Centenary Methodist church in this
city tho third Sunday in March. Tho
singing will be under tho supervision of
I'rof. Fogg, of Covington.
Thomas Caldwell, living near town,
waa shot Tuesday. He was found to
havo a bullet hole in tho abdomen and
will probably die. Ho persistently return!
to toll who shot him, but tho
neighbors say that ho and his wifo had
an altercation that morning and that alio
probably indicted the wound.
Tho Stanford Intkhiou Journal waa
22 years old on March 2, and 19 years
and ono month of that timo it has been
Uhder tho present management. W. 1
Walton, its owner, came to Kentucky
when a young man and took up tho paper
when that section of country was full
of desperadoes and scoundrols generally.
Young Walton, with pluck and right
and his paper behind hiai, waded in
boldly to stamp out tho lawless class and
ho did it. Ho waa shot at, hounded and
vilified by tho class ho pursued bo relentlessly,
but tho good peoplo soon
flocked to his aide, and tho passing of
tho lawless element waa finally brought
about. No section of the State ia better
than tho territory about'.Stanford, and
its good people are grateful and sensible
enough to place much of tho responsibility
whero it belongs. Courier-Journal.
Tho Interior Journal boa just- passed
Kb 22nd birthday and giyea promise of
many more yeara of journalistic
and prosperity. Danville Advocate.
A Quarter Oontury Tost.
For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's Now Discovery
has been tested and the millions who have
received benefit front its use testily to lit wonderful
curative powers in all diseases of the Tnraat,
Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the
test to long and that has given to universal
taction ts uo experiment. lyscn bottle is positively
euaranteed toirive relief or the money will he
relunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable
lor Coughs and tolas 1 rial bottles Tree at A. It.
Penny's drug store. Large size joe and$i.
LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY.
Tho republicans will meet and nominate
a ticket for county oillces Saturday.
Mr. James Hamilton has made hia
bond na postmaster and forwardod aamo
to Washington for approval.
John "Ited Cloud" waa before Judge
Robinson Wednesday charged with selling
whisky. He waa acquitted on a technicality.
Sir Knighta It. II. Tomiiuson, Jacob
Joseph and Howard Rico attended a
meeting of K. of P. o Ulcers at Louisville
Capt. Tom Peacock ia some better,
though still a very aick man. Mr. R. C.
Farria and family will shortly move to
Lexington to reside.
A number of our liberal citizena
have contributed enough money to erect
a band stand in tho park and ono will bo
built next week. Free concerta will bo
given every Friday nvening durirg the
Mra. Mattle Noel, wifo of Rev. It. It.
Noel, after a protracted illness, died
Tuesday night. Funeral sevices were
held at tho Presbyterian church Wednesday
morning, after which tho remains
wero interred in the Lancaster cemetary.
Tho docket for circuit court next
week ia as follows: Old equity 105;
equity appearances 27; old common law
11; ordinary appearancea 30;
casea 70. Tbia Ia tho lightest
Commonwealth's docket Garrard
county has had for yeara.
Mr. Cal. Nevlua met with a painful
accident Tuesday morning. Ho is tho
distiller at Col. Bast's, near Buckeye,
and while oiling the machinery Lis
clothing caught in a cog wheol. Ho waa
drawn into tho rapidly moving wheelB
and would havo been instantly killed
had not some of tho hands rescued him.
The left aide of his neck waa terribly
lacerated and his body badly bruised.
The 0., II. & !., Cincinnati, Hamilton
it Dayton, ia one of tho best advertised
roads in the country, and what is better,
it moro than lives up to every promise it
makes. Its train aervico could hardly
ba improved upon. Tho coachea aro elegant
and every comfort ia provided. A
aplendid road bed enables ita trains to
make the faat schedules on time and
when you get aboard of them you can
rest assured that you will be taken to
your destination at tho minute fixed.
From Cincinnati itia the beat and quickest
road to Chicago, St. Louie, Toledo
aud Detroit, beaidea making a specialty
of Western and California business.
Direct connections aro made from here
via tho Q. & C, for which road the capable
and popular Mr. D. G. Edwards, who
now manages tho passenger business of
tho C, II. & D , was formerly general
paasenger agent. Take tho advice of on e
who knows whereof bo apeuka and see
that your ticket reads via tho C, H. A
D. when you want to go to points reached
by this line.
Tho daughters of 12 membera of
Congress aud tho wives of L'O membera
draw Government pay aa private secra.
tariea of their husbands or fathers.
Mian Angelina Lamb, of Gosheni
Intl., lost her voice 1L years ago, tho result
of a sovero illness. A few days ap.0
alio had a severe coughing spell which
resulted in tho rearrangement of her vocal
chorda and now sho talks aa sweetly
aa you please.
Three peoplo wore killed and half a
dozen injured by an explosion of
during tho lire at Cullman, Ala.,
lato Monday night. Three livery stablee,
eight stores, u church, tho city jail and
ha'f dozen other buildings wore destroyed
by the II ro.
1'ottera at Waco, Madison county,
havo commenced manufacturing
from pottor'a clay. They are
to secure a durable glazing,
uud if they succeed, it will prove of
great aJvautago to Central Kentucky,
the clay of which iaof superior quality.
Tho Hazel Green Acadomist can see
no cause for thinking of any other man
for tho ollieo of superintendent of public
instruction than tho incumbent, Ed
Porter Thomson. Ho has worked faithfully
and well and has done a great deal
for tho public schools of tho State He
haa done moro work than any man who
preceded him in tho aamo otlico, and is
to-day the hardest worked ollicial at
Frankfort. Lot tho Stato ive honor to
whom honor ia due, and elect to succeed
himself Professor Thompson, whom the
democratic party will aurely nominate
at tho proper time. So hero'a
first, last and all the time.
It ia known among the publishers that
Tho Soutaern Magazine haa larger newa
Btand sales in New York than in New
Orleans, larger in Boston than in Louia-ville,
and tho knowledge would seem to
demand a more vigorous interest at
borne in this ita greatest of all publications.
Itia known that the success of
the excellent monthly has been great,
ovon in tho South, but it ia the comparison
that Southerners should feel.
Albert Bailey seduced Misa Nannie
Naves at Toccoa, Ga., and killed her father
when brought to bay about it.
B. H. DANKS5
THUS - iTBWELER
Sterling Silver, Mantel Clocks,
Rich Jewelry, Bronzes,
Fine Watches, Spectacles,
Silver Plated Ware, Rogers' Goods,';
Onyx Tables, Banquet Lamps,
Imported Chinas, Novel ties.
Art Goods and Bric-a-Brac. Maker of the "Logan's Fort Souvenir
Spoon. Our stock the most complete. Our prices the lowest. We
will convince you that this is the place to trade.
Stanford Female College.
J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President.
Sprlujj Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894.
Full corpt of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courset in Literature, Mutlc and
An. Eaccllent boarding department. Catalogue and circular! furnished on application.
N. V. S.
We : Have : Got : Them.
W. H. WEAKEN & CO.
FURNITURE : STORE.
Opposite CofTey House,
Has opened a nice line of Household Furniture and will put them out
at the lowest cash price.
25 FEE CENT. REWARD !
To those buying a nice, new, clean bill of Furniture. Those wanting
anything in my line will make it profitable by seeing my line before
buying elsewhere. Give me a call and be convinced.
W. W. WITHERS.
Large Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious.
H. J. McRQBERTS.
A Complete line Watches, Clocks,
G"old Silver and
of ,a Tvr j.
Drugs and Medi-Plated Ware at
cine , &c. Prescrip lw?st prices. At-
tions a Specialty, given to repairs.
to a. ti. Fjsisnsrir .
MeRoberts' Drug Store,
"HOME AND FARM" PAINTS,
A Complete Stock of
DRUGS, BOOKS, POINTS,
Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accurately
Compounded. Give him a Call.
W. B. McROBERTS,
Druggist, Stanford, Ky.
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