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&mi-Weekly Interior Journal
3tanfokd, Ky., - Jpni: 21, 1895
E. C. Walton, Business Manager
Mi8. E. G. Waller continues very
Maiik Haudin mnde a business trip to
Lexington this week.
Mns. U. N. Kollek wont to Louisvillo
Wednesday to visit friends.
.Mil. 11. 0. Dkyk, of Huston vlllo, spent
several days with relatives hero.
Miss Annie Oiikkn has been confined
to her room several das by illness.
Mit. and Mits. John S. IIuoiihb went
up to Hock Castle Springs yesterday.
Kldkk Joski'H Sevkhaxci has return-from
Lexington a preacher.
Miss Kkssik Buknsidk, of Gorrard, is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. C. Burn-side.
Ms Etta May Nkwland is tho guest
ot Miss Ktta Jewell Spoonamore, near
Mn. Ivan Fish went to Crab Orchard
yesterday to spend a few days with his
lUv. W. E. Ellis is spending a fow
days with tho family of Mr. K. Cobb in
Miis. J. K. Foiitman will assist Mr. P.
II. Idol in his music storo. Shu will also
teach her music class there.
M lis. Matt Woodson, o( Middlcsboro,
came down yesterday to visit her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. O J. Crow.
Mihsui LinLitiioow and Laura Boatty,
who have been the guests of tho MisseB
Feland, left Wednesday for their home
Miis. Sallib B. Johnson, of Louisville,
and Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt, of Charleston,
W. Vn., are with their parents here, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 11. Kout.
Mn. B. II. Dankh was at Clinton,
Tenu., this week. He tells us that his
brother-in law, Manly Tyreo, is doing
nicely in the photograph business.
Mn. W. S. Mvxks, of the Wrought
Iron Hinge Co., was on Tueday'e train
bound for Crab Orchard, whero ho will
spend several weeks with his children.
1'hok. Lkslik 0. Boslky, who last year
taught a good school at Campbellsville,
has been employed as principal
of Centre Collego Academy for next sea
slon. Prof. Bosley brings to his new position
a combination of practical experience
and natural skill as an educator.
Miss Linda Payne Titkkii, of Stanford,
Is visiting hor cousin, Miss Rachel Kelly.
CITY AND VICINITY.
Tky Danks, the optician, for
Wkddiko presents ar Dunks, tho Jew-
Bicycle for sale cheap. See J. K. No-
vius at Stanford Roller Mill.
The LouiBvillo Store is being greatly
improved by a coat of paint.
Boh.v, to the wife of James Milburn,
on Wednesday morning, a girl.
Fhuit Jars bought before the advance
and sold at very low prices. W. II.
Wearen A Co.
Miss Ethyl Bba.ley will give a tea
this evening in honor of her guest, Miss
Jenuie Dickinson, of Middlcsboro.
Tiik Christian Endeavor of Junction
City will give a lawn fete on Friday
night, 2Sth. Ices will be served nud the
ydtnlssion feo will bo ... 15 emits.
Come in and see my line of clothing.
They are cheap, they are stylish, they
nro good. If I can not tit you in ready
made goods, I can order you a suit. Look
nt my large and select lino of samples.
W. II. Shanks.
Tiik Masons ol the West End aro already
making preparations for their pic
nic at Hustonville, on July 1th. Hon.
J. Proctor Knott and Rev. J. M. Wor-
rail, of Danville, will bo tho principal
sneakers of the day.
Tiik ealary of PofctmsBter J. W. Rout
has beeu decreased from $1,100 to $1,300.
Postmaster Hamilton at Lancaster gelB
;100 added to his salary, while- those at
Middlcsboro and Pinevillu catch a do-
creaso of 100 each.
Mit. W. II. Shanks gavo a 0 o'clock
tea nt his pretty homo on East Main
street, Tuesday afternoon, in honor of
tho Misses Woods and their gueBt, Miss
Alien, of Millersburg. A dozen or more
of his friends were preocut and enjoyed
Mr. Shanks' hospitality.
i r -
Ukohoe Wilder, of Rowland, was
iVned ISO iu Judge Davison's court for
pointing a pistol at F. M. Ayors, a brick
mason. Wilder then sworo out n writ
against Ayers for using obeceno and
abusive language in tho presence of ladies
and at his trial before Judgo Bar-
uett, of Rowland, ho was fined 20.
Tub "stonners" got in their work on
Ueorgo Fnrris Wednesday night when
some 23 couples of young peoplo called
on bun iu a body. Ho was equal to tho occasion,
however, and made them have a
good timo. A splendid lunch was served,
a uood deal of courting waa indulged in
and tho light fantastic was tripped after
the older members of the family had re
Ooiusit foreolo, $7. Danks, tho Jow-
Tub prettiest A. D. colfbe cups you over
aaw at Dunks, tho jeweler.
A tension hns luun granted Mr.
ker G. Kout, of tho West End.
Mr. J. F. Cummins has appointed Mr.
F. B. Hownrd, ol tho Wayneaburg section,
deputy county clerk.
Wk nro overstocked on saddles. Come
in and get them cheaper than over
M. 8. & J. W. Bcughman.
Bargains extraordinary. All China
and wash silks that were 10c, 50c and f0c
now go at 25c. Severance & Son.
Don't fail to attend tho Phonographic
Concert at Walton's Opera Houbo Saturday
night, 22J. It will prove an enjoyable
Tiik order of the Maccabees ia still
growing. Messrs. M. F. Elkin and M.
D. Hughes organized a lodge at Frank-tort
with 33 members a few days ago.
Don't forget tho opening hop nt Lin
nietta Park Springs to-night. Capt.
Richards, the genial manager, has made
big preparations for it and you will have
a good timo if you go.
The Phonographic concert at Walton's
Opera Houbo to-morrow, Saturday
night, promises to bo a most pleasing
entertainment. Tho admission price is
only ircts. Come and bring your family.
Nath Mt Kinney's bicycle broke while
coming down a steep hill on tho
piko Tuesday night and he
was thrown to tho ground with much
force. His face and hands were badly
scratched and ho was bruised in various
Mr. Ed Shkhman, the gonial and competent
master of trains on tho O. S., sent
with his compliments a special parlor
car to Junction City for tho editor and
his bride to use over his road. Tho generosity
of this clever oilicial will not
soon be forgotten.
W. II. Brady found another tarrantula
in a box of bananas ho was opening the
other day. This is tho fourth one he
has run across lately and he has about
come to tho conclusion his city houso is
trying to dump off its supply of the poisonous
things on him.
Owing to the fact that nobody appeared
against Asberry Elliott for shooting
Josh Dye and bolieviug that it would be
bettter to let tho next grand jury take
cognizance of the matter, Judge Carson
ordered Mr. Elliott to go and sin no
more. Dye, who was shot iu the leg, is
Miss Kate Blaim lella us that the next
examination fcr white teachers will be
held on Fiiday and Saturday, July 5 and
(1. and for colored teachers a week later,
12 and 13 The result of the Juno examinations
was, four first grade, nine
second, 10 third, for whites, and two
first, five second, four third, for colored
Skiik Gale the darky, who is serving
30 days in the Pulaski county jail for
stealing a saddle from Mr. J. P. Ballard,
of this county, was brought here Tuesday
by Special Deputy Thomas Scott to
testify against tho darkies Poindexter
and Leo for corn stealing, but the caeo
was continued until next court, and ho
was taken back to servo out his fine.
Tiik following whs found written on
the back of a wagon which came through
this place Wednesday. Tho occupants
had tried tho "wild and woolly West"
and were evidently not much pleased
with that Nfction of tho country: "Nebraska
for starvation, Colarudo for irrigation.
Kansas for stagnation and populist
administration. Hell and damnation,
I'll go to old Kentucky to my
Circuit Coukt. The caso ol Alex
Traylor against John Traylor, his brother,
was given to the jury at 3:30 Tuesday
altornoon. After remaining out a
couplo of hours h verdict of $100 for the
plalntiil was found. 11 o sued for
Wednesday was taken up with civil
cases, most of which were of minor importance.
Howard Dcatherage for shooting Sherman
Bruce, also colored, was lined 150.
Judgo Sautley passed sentence yester
day on Isiah Smith, the darkey who was
given IS months in the pen for shooting
"SToninr". Sixty-five young people
"stormed" Miss Martha 1'axton Kout
Tuesday night and had n charming time.
Miss Rout "caught on" to tho intentions
of her young friends, and prepared
a delightful lunch, consisting of ices,
fruits, etc., which was served at 11
o'clock and which was partaken of with
much relish by her guests. Miss Kout
was assisted in entertaining by her bister
and brother, Miss Sue and Mr. Jack Kout
and it iu hardly necessary to add that
the work was well done. It was almost
1 o'clock when to delighted guests departed
and they then did so with decided
reluctance. Tho young ladies who
were present from a distance were:
Misses Lucy Allen, Millersburg, Lizzie
and Mattie Thompson, Lancaster, Mary
and Frances Adams, Georgia Nowburn,
Hustonville, Annie Bronaugh Engleman,
Shelby City, Jennie Dickinson, Middles
boro, and Sidle Lillard, Bristol, Tonn.
Good Goods for
in Styles andj
$15, $13.50, now
formerly for 50
formerly 50c and 75c,
twice the money;
for 50 and 75c,
our line is full of
Revs. E. J. Willis, of Louisville, and W.
J. Howe, of Somerset, will assist the pastor,
Rev. W. T. Brooks.
Mrs. Dr. Gill will to-day convey to
tho Collego of the Bible, at Lexington,
the residence and ground on the Hustonville
road just south of this city.
This property is valued at 510,000, and
the conveyance is voluntarily made by
Mrs. Gill in accordance with the expressed
i wish of the late Doctor Gill, her
The Boston camp meeting, on the
Kentucky Central, will be held from
, June 27 to July S. Twelve ministers
have been engaged. Prof. Fogg will
have charge of tho music, with between
50 and 100 singers. July 3 will be chil
dren's day and on the 4th a bicycle Ber-,
, mon by Rev. E. S. Uflbrd; also a drill by
tho Kentucky State Guards. Address '
Rev. T. W. Barker, Falmouth, for par- j
i "W. P. Walton and wife, Stanford,
Ky.," is an inscription registered at the
i Grand Hotel. The legend tells a
j Ing story of tho love and marriage of one
; ; of the blue-grass State's most popular
and prosperous newspaper men and one
j ol her most accomplished and charming
j holies. Mr. Walton is editor and proprietor
of the Stanford Interior Journal,
a flourishing and wide-awake semi-weekly
paper, ranking among the strong-I
j eat and most processive journals in Kentucky.
His brido was Miss Mattie Owsley,
of Lincoln county, a daughter of
Hon. John S. Owsley, Sr., of tha historic
family of Owsleys. The wedding oc
cured at Mr. Owsley's country home
Walnut Flat, yesterday morning. Immediately
following the coromouy Mr.
; and Mrs. Walton were brought to Cincinnati
in a special coach placed at Mr.
i Walton's disposal as a compliment from
j the Southern Railroad. After a few days
in Cincinnati .Mr. and Mrs. Walton will
make a tour of tho Northwest, goirg
first to Chicago and Milwaukee. They
will epend eomo weeks about Manitoba
and other cool resorts. Cincinnati
Blytho Anderson, an adherent to
Schweinfurth's doctrine, while on a
Bpree at Lexington, bit a snake's head off
on a wager.
formerly $20, $18,
Straw Hats sold
and 75 cents, now
All wool Suit,
ia Dries, iormeriy $a, $10, now
As sood as anv
can make or fit for $35 or $40, we
sell now at
Straw Hats, formerly $1.00 and
good colors and
Cotton Pants 60c
warranted not to rip'
as good as
now for 25c
us a call
trouble to show
Shirts sold now 39c,
75c and $1, worth all these
FINE NBOKWBAR. Four-in-hand and Tecks, anybody
can sell you we are selling-
Don't forget choice goods. Give Satisfaction
guaranteed refunded. No
goods. Polite treatment to all.
THE GLOBE PRICE CLOTHING
L. Prohman & Co.,
A much needed rain fell yesterday.
The L. & X. will soil tickets to
at one fare for tho round trip on
tho 23. 24 and 25, good to return until
the 29th. This reduction is made for
the benefit of those who wish to attend
tho democratic convention.
The following oflicers
wero elected Wednesday night to serve
tho ensuing six months, beginning July
lBt: Al II. Severance, Past Commander;
Jou F. Waters, Commander; R. L. Da
vison, U. G. Y ine,
Record-Keeper, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon,
Finance-Keeper; A. J. Earp, Chaplain;
Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Tent Physician; T.
J. Teater, Sergeant; K. M. Xewland,
Master at Arms; John Mieir, 1st Master
of Guards; John Watson, 2d Master of
Guards; R. G. Jones, Sentinel; Al Severance,
A Fearful Cask of Rafk. George
Sprinkles was tried bdfore 'Squire Ed-'
miston at Crab Orchard Tuesday, on a
writ charging him with rape on his 15 -
year-old daughter who several months
ago married James Johnson, of
tlo couuty. Ho was held over till next
circuit court in 500 bond, which ho
failed to give, and was placed In jail.
His daughter, whose namo is Dollie Jane
JohnBon, testltlod that for three years
her father had raped her whehever the
opportunity presoutod, as a general
thing choosiug the time when her moth
homo. She stated
or was away from
that she begged and plead with him, but
without avail. Sho was afraid to tell her
mother lest her father would kill her as
Iih had threatened to tako her life if Bhe
ever revealed tho fearful fact. After her
mnrrlac Q she told her huaband all and
ho was Instrumental in having the writ
issued. Sprinkles is about 40 years old
and there aro thoso who think hid mind
Eld. Joseph Severance has been engaged
to preach twice a month at the
Manchester, 0., Christian church.
A protracted meeting will bo held a
tho Turuersville church, beginning July
2d. Dr. John A. Brooks, of Memphis,
DANKS, THE JEWELER.
Wagon Material, Rims,
Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes,
Rasps, Nails, Hammers,
AT MEBUCBB PMKOHSo
First Week in June.
W. H. WEAREN & CO.
PIANOS and ORGANS.
I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and
on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser
best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line
of goods as can be found any where in the land.
I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever
sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced.
2?" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel.
Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking
this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue
teaching as before. Address
P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky.