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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
BrANFOUD, Ky., - March 9, 1894
E. C. Walton, Business Manager
Buy your school book a nnd scliool sup
piles ot all kinds at A. It. I'enny'H.
Watcheh, clocks nnd jowelry repaired
nnd wnrrnnttul. Knrnvini; n npecialty,
at A. It. Penny's.
TiiKlnrceftt stock of Driitrn, Medicines,
rorfumery, I'alnta and Wall Paper at
A. H. lVnny'a. Prescriptions a specialty.
, Mit. V. (i, Holland, of Jollloo, was In
tow n Tuesday.
Gov. MrCiiKAKY and wifu aro at
for a few days.
John Knoi.kman, of Luxincton, is
with his hotuefoIkH huro.
Kkv, W. K. Ahnoi.ii Is very
much from a sprained ankle.
Mhh. Nanniic Owk.vs left yeuterday to
visit rolatlves in Calera, Ala.
Mk. 1 K. Kkmc, ol Middleehoro, at
Uiiided court here this week.
Mis Mamic Moonic wont to Louisville
Tuesday to remain a month or so.
MiuT. A. Hick in up from Ixmisvillo
to spend a day or two with his wife.
Ma. It. I). ISiutk, the hualliuK wire
fence man, of Dnnvillo, wita in town
llo.v. (I. A. Lackhy went over to
Fayette Tuesday to so hiH daiij;htor,
Mrs. Will llelds.
Mies Lkttik Hklm went to Crcsceut
Hpr'uiKH WednesUay niht to visit her sister,
Mrs. J. F. Walton.
Mit T. U. Ykacikh has returned from
llardstowu where he went to see after
Lis property interests.
Mas. Ilium: Ccmh.kv, who Ihw been st
tcndiiiK n normal colleo at Bowling
(ireen, has returned homo.
MichNannik Kkn.nkdy, of the West
End, has hneu the nuent of Misses Glenn
Hibh nnd Herniu Montgomery.
Miss Kva Neat an an was on Tues
day's train en route to visit her sister,
Mrs. J, A. Unlilt'iiiAti in Louisville.
Miss Mahik Waukkn, of Danville, re
turned with her cousins, Misses Jennio
and Marie Warren, and is now their
MissMamik DiAZi.r.v, who is making
her home at Mr. 1'. 0. SniuUdgo'a In tho
West Kml, has been tho uest of Mica
In descending tho Udder from tho
buildiriK Monday, Mr. 0. K. Tato
sprained his anklo bo severely that ho
can hardly get about.
l)n. John M. Williams' term of
at the Ixmisville City Hospital hss
expired and ho will travel for several
weeks, after which ho will loroto permanently
in Louisville for tho practice his
Mk. G. W, nnd those jolly
K od fellows, KtiKiurera Davo ltureisH,
It. L. Martin, J. 1). Keyer and Sherman
Napper are here to prove that they don't
owo Mr. Isaac Hamilton a cent for the
bul'diuK of the hall ho is suing thotn for.
Gait. J. W. Hoar, anil Flagman John
Gorman are hero to testify that they did
not tell Itev. It. U. SUmnoro to jump oir
their train. He is filing for $5,000 damn
H beeauso ho fell nnd got his ftce hurt
when gettiucotrtho train upon which he
Kot to seat his wife.
A mono the Q. & C'h corps ol clevrr
conductors, Cnpt. John A. Borden, stands
pro-eminent. Kriucntiul In n military
school, ho baa tho hearing of a soldier
nnd Is a very Chesterfield in politeness
nnd urbanity. Ho is a lloylo county boy
nnd married n Miss Woods, nieco of II.
C anJ J F. Fnrris, of this community.
CITY AND VICINITY.
Kioiit top cornor of this pnge.
Xkw stock of sprinj; capes for ladies at
Severance A Fon's .
Olivkk chilled plow points, three for
$1, at W. II. Wenren fc Co.'s.
. . '
Fkhuy'b garden Beeds, Northern seed
potatoes and onion sots nt MuKinnoy &
Tiik New Orleans Minstrels aro heading
this way aud will likuly appear hero
tho latter part of this month.
J. F. Gadiikkry Iish been appointed
postmaster at Phil, Cnsoy county, vico
Mrs. 0. E. Carson romoved.
Skk our elegant lino of panta. Over
700 paira just received. Sizeo 30 to 40
woist nnd 29 to 37 length. B. F. Joma
LiTTLR riciisoNALs. .Mrs. Elijah Elmore
has n lino girl and Mrs. Hollia Car.
rier, of tho aamo noighborhood, hns an
equally ns fine boy.
You can leavo Cincinnati on Thursday
evenings of each week by tho Queen
t Crescent and go to California for $:?0,-GO,
with sleeping car through, double
Wb havo just received ono more lot
thoso lino oamplo shoes, worth 53.50 per
pair, to bo sold at tho Baiuo price, $1.08
Tula iB positively your last chanco for
auch bargains. B. F. Jones & Son.
Come boo our overcoats, roduced to
IS.50; our mou's gossamer ahooa at $1.00;
our full Btock brogan 1; our now Btock
of boys' flhlrt waists; our now lino of
Bpring wraps; our J. B. and P. D.
Yot' want to know what it is. Then
read tho right top corner of this page.
I am now receiving a full lino of soring
suitings. Call and soo them. II. O. Hu-
Just received a now and nice lot of
spring clothing for boya. Call and boo
S. II. Shanks.
Piiintkic A good, reliable man can
get a steady job by immedinto application
to the Intkiiioii JnuitNAL.
Jamkh Aiikamh, a spendid old darkey
and a prominent Odd Follow, died at
Ids homo in the Ball Hill section, Wed
Will Find, it worthy colored man,
died Wednesday of consumption. He
and his wife together had '2'2 children,
17 of whom Hre living.
Tiik liquor of I. W. Green nnd
Joseph Cofloy expire next Monday if
they upo refused renewal. Thomas Dal-ton
will have a gold mine in that event
till May court.
Tiik weather continues pleasant with
warm showers that are causing the buds
nnd grass to put on airs. Yesterday's
dispatch said: Threatening, followed by
fair, warmer Friday.
Sam IlouT.n colored prohibition orator
of Boney villi, will speak nt tho courthouse
tonight at 7:30. His subject will
bo "Prohibition" and he will no doubt
prove conclusively to his nudienco that
whisky is a very had liquid to imbribo
too freely of.
Upon direct assurance wo aro enabled
to state that the city council refused o
grant a renewal of license to any of tho
three applicants lu&t night, it having
Ijpon decided by competent authority
that tho boJy has that right under the
It appears like n great travesty on justice
for one negro to getpuly. two years
for a premeditate! nnd malicious killing
and another three years for stealing n
few dollnrs, but that's what the juriesdid
here this week. They went porhaps on
tho idea than money is more valuable
than the lives of mean negroes.
Kastku comes within throe dava of ra
early as it can this year March '2Sih. It
will not fall on that day again till 1051,
and the ladies who want to show their
spring hats are glnd of it. Unices tho
apring time comes, gentle Annie, much
sooner than its wont, there'll be no
spring hats displayed on the approaching
Wk feol to compliment I'oatmaater J.
W. Rout and his excellent assistant, Miss
Sue Itout, for the satisfactory manner
they nre conducting the postolllce. Tho
morning malls aro now open by 7:30 a.
m. nnd all the others at the proper time,
Tho demaud for lock boxes has increased
so largely that Mr. Kout will add '20
more to the -0 he added when be took
TiiKolllceraof Waynesburg Precinct,
No. 2, (Kingsville,) failed to Bigu tho returns
sent in and as n consequenco the
ollicial count of the primary of Saturday
was postponed until the papers could
bo duly slgnod. Chairman It. It. Gentry
has set Monday next to count tho
vote and asks the members of tho county
committfb to be present on that day.
It begins to look like "Tiie Rum Saloon
Must Go." Well let it go, only don't
let us jump from the frying pan into tho
(Ire ns it would hu if wo transfer the Bale
ol liquors from the saloon to the back
Prohibition can be made to prohibit
if those who aro so enthusiastic before
tho election, will bo ns earnest in
their endeavom to punish violators of tho
law afterwards. The voting out of tho
liquor trutllc is n very sliort step in tho
right direction. Tho warfare against the
ovil must bo waged without ceasing and
no quarter shown to "blind tigerd,"
"speak easjB" or other offenders.
Tub jury in the case of Kd Welch for
for tho murder of John Chadwell, anoth
er nogro, let him oil with two years in
tho penitentiary, nnd another jury immediately
afterwards gave Green Hyatt
tbroo years for tapping tho Carpenter
Houao till and securing $'20A0, just 30
centa over the amount necessary to mako
tho act a felony. John Dishon wna
of hog slenling, nnd Wm. King
sentenced to 30 dnya in jail, tho value of
tho hoir stolen being undor $4. Tiusloy
Mershon waa fined $75 for. malicious
Ho shot at Babo Hansford
and struck Smith Embry. Among tho
indictments returnod aro two ngainst tho
L. &. N. for obstructing tho public highway
more than 30 minutes. John
for tho cutting of his brother, Alex,
waa indicted for maliciona wounding.
Mack Moore was indictod in a number of
caaea for assault, carrying concealed
weapons nnd brench of tho peace. J.
W. Jamca for violating tho liquor lnwa
catches it in n number of enses.
Tho case of Jim Banks for tho murder
of Jim Middleton will bo called to-day.
Tho evidence is ontirely circumstantial.
Tho term of.'court ends by limitation tomorrow
Tho trial of tho caao in which Mes-dames
John Spratt nnd Bonoy Adams
seek to havo a committeo appointed for
their mother, Mrs. Lucy Eads, who recently
drow '.arrearage of pension of $1',-400,
claiming Jthnt she is not capablo of
managing bo much money, has occupied
tho court for two days. Tho old lady
hnd already gotton away with over $400
of the money.
J. M. Abhlock, of this county, had his
hand badly mashed while coupling cars
at Lebanon Junction yesterday.
Tub local option election will occur in
tho Crab Orchard precinct to-morrow.
Tho "drys" claim that they hnvo it already
as good as won.
W..F. SncntDAN, chief train dispatcher,
tells us that ho Is rodnclng the "overtime,"
that is the time allowed trainmen
for sido track and othor delays, to the
minimum. Last month it was only 11
hours. So; far this month thero has
been none, and if it remains so to the
end, as Mr. Sheridan says it shall, Supt.
W. P. Pike and Itoadmnnter F. M. Ana-ley
will each owe him n tine box of
A Scott county young lady hnd to
postpono her niarriago on account of
Richard Smith and Miss Mary E.
Playforth were joined heart and hand at
Mr. Martin Smiths', Wednesday.
The courts have just for tho fith
time divorced John Davis from Mary
Davis at Emporia, Kansas. They get
mad with eHcli other, apply for divorce,
get it and then remarry. Tho next time
they ought to bo Bentenced for life.
Cicoro Murphy and Miss Mary Waters,
both of tho Kingsville section, were
married at tho Myers House Wednesday
afternoon by Rev. W. R. Davidson. Mr.
John B. Smith nnd Mibs Ida Waters, sister
of the bride, accompanied them nnd
stood up with them during the ceremony.
The ago nt which n female may bo
a woman and may consont to
marry is now fixed by Inw at 12 years;
but petitions nre being Rent
to the Legislature .to change from 12 to
10. Few women are old enough nt 2o
and Bomo aro not old enough nt 40 if
we judge by the matches they make.
Dr. Harry Moore, of Lexington, and
Miss Sue Payne, of Elizabothtown, were
married in tho Myers Houao parlors
at 0:30 Monday evening by Eld. W. E.
Ellis. Both of the contracting parties
were visiting friends at Danville and
when they started out for n drivo that
afternoon they little thought that they
would return husband nnd wife. They
were old friends though, and as they
drove along tho pike toward Huston-ville
Cupid's dart Boomed to pierce the
heart of each and when tho little city in
the West End waa reached tho happy
couple had perfected their mntrimoninl
planB. Messrs. J. B. Cook nnd W. D.
Weatherford, old frienda of Dr. Moore,
were apprised of his intentions nnd they
readily agreed to como with them to
Stanford and nssist in having the knot
tied, which wna dono as above stated.
Dr. and Mrs. Moore apont thonightnt the
Myera Houso and left on tho following
day for Danville and thence to
The bride is tho pretty nnd
accomplished sister of Mrs. JooS. Grimes
and is n most elegant young lady while
the groom is n rising young physician
and u splendid gentleman.
Groom Taylor, n prominent democrat
nnd politicinu.of Jessamine county,
Horace S. Brown, formerly city editor
of the Louisville Commercial, died
Tuesday of heart eisease.
Mrs. Mary Heminway, tho wealthiest
woman of Boston, died Tuesday
leaving an estate said to bo worth $15,-000,000.
Robert E. Lee, son of tho Confederate
general, was married yesterday to
Miss Julietto Carter, n distant cousin, at
Miss Ida Elmore Symmes aud Mr.
Charles Robert Coats were married nt
Louisville. Mr. Coata is an Englishman
by birth. Miss Symmes waa secretary
of the Woman's Board of Managers of
tho World'B Fair.
Tho "Danbury News Man," Jamca
M. Bailey, is dead. A quarter of n century
ago his wit nnd humor made the
world laugh, but he dropped out 10
years since nnd his death is the only reminder
that he ever lived.
Russell Dollins, aged 17, died at
his homo nenr May wood Monday night
after a long illness of typhoid fover. Ho
was a sonJofMr. nnd Mra. Win. Dollins
nnd wna n splendid young mnn. Ilia remains
wero laid to rest in the burying
ground ntJMr. J. C. Hill's, after a funeral
discourao by Rev. A. V. Sizemore.
Little MiiL'gio Green, tho Bweet little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Green,
has gone to join tho angels, nftcr n life
of sickness nnd Buffering. Tho immediate
cause of her death was inflammatory
rheumatism, which attacked her heart
causing thojend to como nt 11 o'clock
yesterday. Sho wna n bright nnd pretty
child with Bweot nnd winning ways, nnd
wna idolized by her fond pareuta, who
in their borenyemout havo tho sympathy
of many frionda. Tho burial will
occur in Butlalo Cemetery nt 2 o'clock to
day, aftorn Bhort Borvico at tho grave.
John King and Matt Spolley, of Columbia,
O., havo bought of J. D. Creigh-ton,
of Fnyotte, tho stallion, Junemont,
2:14, by Tromont, dam by Jack Itoaey,
Tho Mercer county Fair Association
has been reorganized with Capt. T. B.
Thompson president, L. M. ltuo
and T. M. Cardwell aecretary. The
directory is composed of prominont
horsemen from all over tho Blue-grass
THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Thero will ho no ritato School of reform
for nwhllo Bt least. Tho Legislature
has shelved it.
Thero havo been 09 additions to tho
vnrioua churchea ns tho result of the union
revival nt Fnlmouth.
Tho governor has npproved tho bill
increasing the ealnries of the judges of
the court of appeals to $5,000.
Tho two Houses can not agroo on
tho abolition of tho board ol equalization
and tho present arrangement will
Senator Gross' bill to repeal tho pri
mary election law passed tho Senato 10 to
12, but ns it is Speaker Carroll's pet measure
it will hnrdly go through tho House.
The democr'ata in the 0th will hold a
convention to nominate n enndidato to
succeed Congressman Paynter. A dispatch
says Itolla K. Hart will bo nominated.
Tho cfTort to pass tho bill permitting
tniBteeaof the jury fund to anticipate
their demands by drawing on tho treasury,
over Gov. Brown's veto, proved
NKW ADVEHTISEM JLVW.
News For The Ladies I
I have rented the lewing rnomcfMrn. Kate Dud
derar i Millinery Store, and will be rmdy to nerve
the public alter March 13th. 1 ask a liberal thare
of your patronage and will guarantee saturation
in every reipect. All orders before that date
will be gladly received by Mr. Duddcrar.
MlhS JENNIi; CUNNINGHAM,
3-" of Loulivllle K
CONDITION OK TUB
FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO.
At the close of buniae, Fob. iS, 191.
Capital itrtck paid In, in cash Jaoo.oeo m
Surplus and undivided profits 24,120)9
lne to Uanl
Deposits subject to check, (on which
loterelt li not
paid) . in,,7 M
Loans and Discounts ..$201,515 76
Duo from other Rank
Banking house, furniture and fiatures... 6,300 00
Current expenses 30I 4
la,h 11,911 31
I, John It Owsley do swear that the above
statement It true to the best of my
belief. J. it. OWtXEY, Cashier.
Swornto before me by J. II. Owsley, this Mar.
5. '&.H- W. M. llRlOHT, .V. 1'. L. C.
REPORT OP TUB CONDITION
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business
Feb. j8, 1894.
Loans and discounts $271,906 24
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 4,511 50
U. S.Honds to secure Circulation 50,000 00
Stocks, securities, claims, etc 4,329 02
furniture and fixtures, 9,150 00
Due from National Hanks 8,877 35
Due from State Hanks and Hankers...... 576 06
Due from approved reserve agents Moj 92
Checks and other cash items s,g6$ 17
Notes ot other Nat. Banks 3,3251x1
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
Specie 6,oj6 $0
Legal tender notes 3,s6 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
5 per cent, of circulation- 2,250 00
TouI - $J79,86o 64
Capital stock $00,000 00
Surplus fund 21,900 00
Undivided profits ;i 05
National Hank Notes outstanding 45.x 00
Due to other National Hanks 450 3J
Individual deposits subfsct to check..... 96,16) 60
Time Certificates of I)ptlt S,ooo 00
Cashier's checks outstanding ... 5 07
Notes and bills redisceunted 1,003 00
Total ; $379,8o 64
STATK OF KKNTUCKY,
County of Lincoln, "
I, John J. McRoberts, cashier of abo ve named
Hank, do solemnly swtur that that the above statement
is true to the best of mv knowledge and bo
lief. JOHN J McUOHKRTS. Cashier.
Subscribed andsuorn to before me this 7 day
of Mar , 184 O. II. COOI'KR, C. L. C. C.
J. S. Hockbk, )
J. W. IIaydkn, t Directors.
S. T. Harris, J
REPORT OP THE CONDITION
THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE.
In the Stato of Kentucky, nt tho closo of business
Feb. 28, 1844.
Loans and discounts fi7.9'5 2$
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 1,327 95
U.S. Honds to secure circulation 12,50300
Furnlturoand Fixtures 1,500 co
Due Irom National Dank 3,518 53
Dne from Stato Hanks and Hankers 1,757 86
Due from approved reserve agents 7i?3 5
Checks and other cash items 93 50
Notes of other Nat. Hanks. 3,720 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
cents 20 45
Specie 10,815 co
Legal tender notes 1,000 co
Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer
5 per cent, of circulation 562 50
Total. $161,904 54
Capital stock paid in $53,000 00
Surplus fund 19,500 00
Undivided profits 979 95
National Bank notes outstanding n.'jo 00
Due to other Natioual Hanks. 33 46
Individual deposits subject to check 0,231 3
Total :. 4l$li994 54
I, J. W. Ilockcr, Cashier of tho above named
Hank, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement
Is true to the bust of my knowledge and belief.
J. V. HOCKEK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th
day ol Mar., 1894. J. H. IIOCKKR, N. P. L. C.
D. S. JOIIMSOH, ")
T. J. KoutNSON, v Directors.
II. liKOWN, J
HAVE YOU ASKED ABOUT IT ,
We mean the elegant, varied and complete line of
Jewelry- & Silverware
Is now showing.
STLowcst prices, courteous attention, and we guarantee every
- clc sold. We are
Hustling For Your Trade.
Don't wou want to give it tc us ?
We know you will w6cn you sec our stock, so we INVITE YOU
Red Hot Shots !
From our Dress
oS cents. "
at 75 cents.
at 50 cents.
at only 50 cents. ?
A 50 inch Black Surah Cloth at
A 46 inch Fine Black Henrietta
A 46 inch Fine Black Henrietta
A 46 inch Fine Black Serge
Our Line of Novelty Dress
Is Unsurpassed. Neat Effects in small figures and checks are the correct
styles for Spring. We have them and at
PBIOES TO SUIT yOTT ?
SEVERANCE & SON.
"BEAUTIFUL SPRING TIME!
Nestling at the doors of our homes is the beautiful season of Spring.
We must prepare our children and ourselves its balmy breezes in the
open air. We are in good condition to furnish raiment for the body,
shoes for the feet and coverings for the head. See our
Percales, Henriettas, Nuns Veiling. Javanaise Cloth, Tela-Vela,
Ducks and every new weave and color in Dress Goods. Lancaster
Checks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a beautiful line of Dress Ginghams
from 8 lx to. 25c, regular bordered apron ginghams at 10c. A lot of
French Satteen Comforts at $2, worth $3. A lot of Blankets at half
price, and all of our $12.50 and $15 Overcoats now reduced to $S.5o.
A good whole stock
Fine Brogan Shoe At $1.
A good boys' lace Kip shoe at $i. Our ladies' shoe stock is in good
shape and and we defy competition in price and quality. Remember
our mens' boy's and youths' clothing In this line we have a lot of
odd coats and vest at almost your own price, When in the city shopping
don't fail to come and examine. No trouble to show goods.
HUGHES & TATE.
goods which is composed of
bought at the lowest CASH
carry, I am able to give prices
favors shown me heretofore I
W. H. HIGGINS.
I have about completed my stock of
Hardware, Groceries, Queens-ware,
Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all
PRICE, and having no old stock to
that will be
To Investivate. Appreciating the
again ask a share of your patronage.
Bhnnie Weaken, Clerk.
'la Receiving Els
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call.
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