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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Stanford, Ky., July 20. 1838 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLEN G. THURMAN, Of Ohio. For Judge ot the Court of Appeal, JUDGE W. S. PRIOR, For Sheriff of Lincoln County, THOS. D. NEWLAND. NEWS CONDENSED. Chicago has just fullered a $500,000 fire. A water-spout nt St. Augustine carried a steamer 25 feet into the nir. An exploding lamp burned to death Mrs-d-'loss and Mrs. Milletto, of Iluifiilo. An Ohio glutton fcwas choked to death by a potato he was eating while at dinner. The $100,000 electric light plant, of New Orlcads, was burned. An enterprising small hoy sot the Chicago river on fire burning $5,000 worth of dockage. Dick Gibbs, suspected of killing Dave Anderson from ambush, was arrested at Jit. Sterling. A seaman of the ocean steamer Erin murdered two of his shipmates in their bunks while they slept. It is thought that the Mills bill will pass the House by a majority of 10 to 15. o effort will be made, to pass it until Saturday. After the 1st of August trained nurses from the Louisville school will be placed in charge of all the wards of the City Hospital. The Senate has passed a bill appropriating $25,000 for the erection of a monument to George Rogers Clark. The memorial is to be erected in Louisville. A brakeman on the Cincinnati Southern Road, named McCarty, fell off a train while in motion between High Bridge and Burgin and was fatally injured. An express train on the Fort Worth road went through a bridge near Clarendon, Col. The engineer and fireman were killed, but none of the passengers were injured. A prominent Michigan politician Bays that his State will give Cleveland and Thurman 10,000 majority. A good deal less than half that would be entirely satisfactory. A heroic editor at Rockaway Beach plunged into tho salty deep and gallantly rescued a feminine swimmer who had gone too far out. There are not half enough editors at tho watering places. A terrific gas explosion occurred in tho offices of the County Clerk in the City Hall, at Detroit, Mich., which com' pletely wrecked the vault and registry room. o person was injured seriously. Powell Clyde, a 14-year-old boy, of Lakeview, a Chicago suburb, gave himself the romantic title of "Cloudy Clyde, tie King," and after playing the bandit prince for some months, has fled toother scenes. Some boys 6tole n can of Paris green from a smoke-house near Marion, Ind., and placed it on a railroad track, where it was struck by a locomotive and spread over an acre of grass. A number of cattle ate tho poison and died. Frances Robinson, a 12-year-old white girl, was raped in n most brutal manner by a fiend by tho name of Clarke, near Knoxvillo Tuesday evening. He has been lodged in tho Knoxvillo jail, where two attempts to lynch him have proved unsuccessful. John Ray, a whito man, a farmer in the Choctaw Nation, having been threatened with death by an enemy, was awakened in tho night by some one in his room. Ho fired, Instantly killing the intruder, who turned out to be his brother, who had taken a somnambulistic walk. Mrs. Parsons, wife of anarchist Parsons, who was hung, seems to be a woman of her worth She- has sworn all along that she would havo tho blood of the judges who sentenced her husband, and from reports of the 20 bombs found in Chicago and tho fact that she is a believer in anarchism, it seems that she is using all efforts to fulfill her promise. Hang her with the rest of the anarchists and perhaps Chicago will have rest for a while anyway. For two years tho widow of Gen. G. R. Paul has been asking Congress to grant her a pension. So far she has been unsuccessful. Tho eyesight of Gen. Paul was destroyed at Gettysburg, and for over 20 years it was an every-day sight in Newport, their home, to sec Mrs. Paul, with tho hero on her arm, walking tho streets of that city. tho republican member from tho Oth Indiana district, and Johnson, tho republican member from tho 8th district, aro tho representatives who aro keeping tho widows of officers out of their pensions because theuillls were in- troduced by democrats. The new census of tho 'District of Columbia .shows a' population of 218,- 157. . . Threo men have been ai rested chitrg ed with making the. bombs found in Chicago. Gen. Boulanger is worse ami the doctors have been summened to a consultation. The farmers of Brown county, Intl., have left their gold diggings ami gone back to agriculture. The Elk National Bank and several other business blocks of Fayetteville, Tenn., have been'burned. Rob Morris,7the Poet laureate of Masonry, suffered two strokes of paralysis at I.aG range and will die. Jersey justice ha. taken a fresh grip. Two New Jeysey murderers were hanged yesterday for killing women. Tho Western Iron Association is dissolved and a general resumption of iron manufacture is now looked for. Rolert Brazel, the colored valet of Barnes, the jockov, shot and killed Andrew Bond, colored, in a saloon at Chicago. The S-hour bill which passed the Senate Tuesday, provides that government workmen shall be paid a full day's wages for S hours of work. If Blaine goes to California, Mr. Thurman will appear there too. A de bate between these two political giants would bring all California together in one spot.' Tho Tennessee republicans have nominated S. Hawkins, of Carroll county, for governor. Three stalwart carried Mr. Hawkins into tho hall after his nomination. The daughter of Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, and the daughter of Representative Breckinridge, of Kentucky, havo applietl for positions as teachers in the Washington public scpools. It is reported that all right and interest in the Etlison phonograph has been soltl to an English syndicate. What does Yankee invention amount to if it is to go to a lot of sonlid Britishers? The fanners of threo Illinois counties have agreed not to raise any wheat, barley or rye for tho next three years, hoping to starve out the chinch bugs. This is a combine that will meet with no opposition. A f:ist express train on the L. A N. collided with a fraight train Tuesday near Birmingham, Ala., killing an engineer and a fireman and bruising several other persons. The wreck was piled :W feet high. Twelve dynamite bombs, intended for the elevation of Judge Gary, Attorney Grinnell anil Inspector Bonfield, were found in a small frame house in Chicago Tuesday morning. There are said to have been 20 persons in the conspiracy and several arrests have been made. There has been a renewed influx of Chinese into British Columbia and most of them are on their way to San Francisco. As tho Califomians have the same affection for Chinamen that the devil is said to feel for holy water, this British Columbia news will enliven the Golden State for Bcveraljdays. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Mrs. James A. Fisher, who has been in feeblo health for some months past, is thought to ho improving somewhat. Col. C. It. Anderson has sold out his interest in the grocery business to Andrew Whitley. Cliff' was in just ten days. J. II. Fugleman's trottinghorse Jeremiah left Monday with Crit Davis' stable to make the grand circuit, beginning with Detroit. A child of Bettic Carpenter, a colored woman, stepped on a piece of glass, not all being extracted from the foot the child died of lock-jaw on Friday. Rev. L. Eddy, for a number of years n teacher in the I). & I). Institute, has advertised his personalty for sale and will probably remove to Minnesota. Mr. Edmond Meyer, of this place, announces his engagement to Miss Lily Wolf, daughter of Mr. A. Wolf, Walnut street,' Louisville. Kl Flaig, jeweler, is moving into the room heretofore occupied by W. B. Nichols' job printing establishment and Nichols is moving into where Flaig has been. A report was in circulation this morning that the oldest child of Rev. P. T. Hale, ill at Maylield, was dead. No information to that effect has been received as yet, but may at any time, as it is thought his recovery is almost The election of Dr. L. S. McMurtry to tho presidency of tho State Medical Society last week was a deserved tribute to one of tho most popular and accomplished physicians in the State. His friends in this community were delight ed and the doctor is receiving congratulatory expressions from prominent physicians nil over tho State. Miss Virginia S. Giigsby, of Washington City, ha been tho recipient of many attentions during her visit to Danville, her former home, as the guest of Miss Mary Robertson. Wednesday evening Mrs. Mary Dudley, of the D. A D. institution, gave a tea in Miss which was attended by tho following: Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Redd, Mrs. G. T. Schoolfield, Mrs. W. K. Argo, Mrs. Yeager, Miss Bettio Craig, Miss Mary McRoberts, Miss Jennie Lee, Miss Mary Robertson, Dr. L. S. McMurtry, Prof. S. liVCheek, Dr. F. Dunlap, Mr. John A. Heron, Mr. A. B. Robertson, Mr. Augustus Rogers. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. l i i ' An infant child of Miko Shearer's died Tuesday. Mrs. Barbara Salter Is very sick and not expected to live. The republicans of tho county will hold a grand pow-wow hero next Monday. W. S. Miller is improving tho front of the old poition of his hotel by putting in new windows. Tlieo. Curry has after it rest of a year or two again decided to embark in the grocery business. On this, Friday evening, Hop Club will give a grand ball at the Opera House. L. P. Hubble, of Birmingham, Ala., is in Judge R. Grinnan, of New York, is here. Mr. W. O. Dunlap gave a handsome entertainment to his young friends nt Dr. O. P. Hill's on Wednesday evening. I'. W. Morrow, the popular jewehy man, i ides to town every morning from his home three miles in the country, and gets here by (I o'clock. -Paint Lick comes to the front with a democratic club of 100 members. What every precinct in tho county should do is to follow this example. If we hold old Garrard in the democratic line, wo will have it to do by thorough organization. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A number of the common schools have begun. Teachers' Institute will begin Monday, August 1:1. Our public schools will begin Monday, July :50th. Candidates are beginning to make their appearance. J. Si. Jones is the only declared candidate for sheriff' so far. A few rafts were run down Rockcastle river during the late freshet. Robert Deaton, aged 00, died Wednesday of Bright's disease. Since the 10th Win. McKinney has not been himself. It's n boy. Wm. Henderson bought one yoke of oxen of Thomas Brown for$t5. Several children have died in the county with tlux during the past week. R. E. Bell has accepted tho position as secretary for the Livingston Coal Company. Drs. Lovell and Davis a successful operation upon Allen G. Proctor for fistula. A. M. I5oone has leen placed as night operator at this place. J. A. resumes extra work. Brodhcad is organizing a string band. The Signal furnishes the big lid-die; Fred Mahaffey-lender. A. D. Catron and Dick Hall, of Pulaski, are here negotiating with Capt. A. II. Evans for his herd of Jereev cattle. E. W. Jones, of Crab Orchard, was in our village Tuesday. Mrs. P. J. Hintt who has been quite sick, is some better. It is probable that Op Taylor or Jas. Ham will run for sheriff on the democratic ticket. Mr. Jones will not have a walk-over. The Crab Orchard people seem to Ikj considerably stirred up over the liquor question. Almost one pago of tho Signal is taken up this week on the sub ject. One Terry, claiming to be a son of n railroad contractor, who is interested in the firm having the contract for the construction of the road beyond PJneville, behaved very disgracefully on the passenger train between Crab Orchard and this place by firing a pistol a number of times and otherwise mislehaving. Conductor Cabler stopped at this place and had tho gentleman turned over to our sheriff. Before the train left the matter was in eomo way patched up and the offending passenger was allowed to resume his journey in an humbled condition. It is neetlless to say tnat the man was drunk. DRIPPING SPRINGS. Kvery place jammed full from top Jo bottom. I will not take any moro boarders this season at club rates; $i per week straight out or not at all; can not take any more ladies at any price until Wednesday next; havo refused fully f0 this week. Those whoso time is out will not go. Everybody is stuck on Dripping Springs, while oor old Crab Orchard, with its GOO capacity and the Courier-Journal to back it, languishes along with its dozen or so guests. Kespt. D. G. Slaughteu. 1 S. I could fill Crab Orchard Springs from toj) to bottom in two weeks. I). G. S. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. G. W. Coulter nnd Miss Cora Collier were married at the bride's mother's near Milledgeville Thursday. It has been received in a round about way from the Ladies Sewing Society that a drummer from this placo will soon tuko to himself a wife. William Kinder, aged 21, and Miss Mary Webb, aged 17, obtained license and were married at the bride's homo near Shelby City yesterday. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mrs. Isaac Baugh, one of tho oldest inhabitants of the Highland neighborhood and a most excellent woman, died Wednesday evening of consumption. She leaves a number of children and grand children. y CHURCH AFFAIRS. Rev. It. B. Miihony will preach at the Baptist church Sundav. morning at 11 o'clock. Elder Joseph Ballon will punch at McCormack'H Church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Father Brossart, of I.e.ington, has been appointed Vicar General of that diocese with headquarters at Covington. Rev. G. W. Dunlap writes from Independence, Ky., asking us to thank through our columns, the unknown per son who enclosed him a $20 bill in a letter from Richmond, lie is sure it is a gift from a "Barnesite." On Ixmls Day next, at 11 o'clock .. m., Dr. J. G. C'hlnn will give the scriptural teaching of the Christian Brotherhood and nil are Invited to be piesent nt Dripping Spring, ns nothing will be said offensive to anv that miiv differ with him. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A couple of sows and pigs for wile. it. E. Barrow, Stanford. Mercer County Fair at Ky., Tuesday, Aug. 1 1-17. " A. T. Nunnelley sold to Thomas E. Wood 25 stock ewes at 2J cents. viiu west Niow at tlie .Mercer Cotintv Fair each da v. Don't fall to at tend. Waxtkii To buy a good combined mare, a black or a bay preferred. Call at this office. J. M. Copeland sold to Wakefield A Morelaud, of Boyle, 200 wethers at 2J cents per pound. The blackberry crop in Pulaski is so large that they are a drug on the mar ket at :i"J cents per bushel. Running and Trotting Races each day at the Mercer County Fair. Don't forget the tlate, Aug. H-17. The crops of wheat harvtsted in Boyle are yielding leyond expectation from 28 to -10 bushels per acre. See the competitive Beef Cattle Rings at the Mercer County Fair, Aug. 1 tth, four days. $100 to the liest herd. Capt. It. I). Igan, of Bovle, sold to Nelson Morris, of Chicago, his 70 head of extra good New York cattle, weighing 1,002 Kunds, at 5 cents. Wakefield A Morelaud, of Danville, iKMight of John Cash 17, of Dave Johnson 20, of J. P. Riffle :W, of Tom McRoberts 4(1 and C. V. Lyon 57 head of No. 1 New York cattle, to be delivered the last of August, at from 4 to 5 cents. Matt Stndidge, of the Milledgevllle neighborhood, bought 'M cattle last fall andhas since lccn feeding them for New-York cattle. He sold them the other day for double what he gave for them and $21.50 to boot. The Sandidges seem to havo been born to make money. George F. Anderson bought of W. L. Caldwell two young jennets for $000; one lot of 2-year-old feeders for Jacob Kimlcrlain, of Washington county, sold to Madison Sandidge, of Lincoln county, at 1.1)0 per cwt one lot of Lincoln county calves at $12.50. Danville Advocate. The Dwyerilros. shipjcd 20 yearling thoroughbreds which they bought at Rtinuymede, Cold Sticam, Elmendorf, Magrathiana and Dixiana, for which they paid $44,200 at the spring sales. They were shipped to Brooklyn in palace cars in charge of W. J. Rogers. Bourbon News. II. L. Quiscnlerry soltl this week about 50 rattle, weight 1,550 lbs., to W. H. Bush at 5 cents. W. H. Tuckersold this week to Moses Kahn l.S cattle weighing 1,700 lbs., nt 51 cts., and 12, weighing l,:tO0 lbs., at 5J cts. Sixteen hogsheads of Clark county leaf and lugs sold in Louisville during the past week at prices ranging from 1(5 to 21 cents per lb. Clark Co. Democrat. J.ICK J SURGEON DKNTIST, Stanfokd, - - Kkntuckv, Office south tide Main, two doors above Depot St. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, First, class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day anil night Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of this Popular House. To the Farmers of Lincoln Co. Wo hate purchased of Robinson Ac Co,, of Richmond. Ind., u Thrcsing rig that totally eclipses any thing of the lind heretofore introduced In this section Kvrrything entirely new and ol the latest improved style, We guarantee absolure sat. isfuctioii, both in threshing clean and cleaning the jjrain. We ask special attention to our Revolving Mrsw Stacker, which enables one hand to stack straw from 300 bushels of (xraln, thereby saving the labor of from 3 to 4 hands, Hoping the farm ers win try ui onu time, we are, respeciuiiy, W, M. DUDDKI 16 II. D, HIATT. kRny, ijRPJHBPPPu j jia GXX.DXROV, "5.511. A.J..C. C. II. It. This elejaut Jersey Hull will stand at my Stable this season, at $3, OASH, at time of service, with privilege of return if cow is not with calf, mi E.H. BURNSIDE. STMF0ED PLEMIEGMILL CO. Flooring, SIcUiikh, Celling, FlnlHliiiitf Lumber, MouldiiiKH, HruvkctH, Scroll Work, FrnincN. SnHli, Doors, IllimlH, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. OliOTHIKTGj We are overstocked and WILL sell them. Daring JULY AND AUGUST The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and heavy weights, will BE SOLD AT AGTUAL MARKED GOST And in no event will any profit be added and'many lots will be sold at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Oost Sale and in the Clothing Department only. No Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. BRTJC2S & MoEOBIETS, Stamford. Good and Clean Sugar- and Tor Sale Cheap. T. K. Walton ICE CKEAiM FREKZERS T. H. Extracts for Ice Cream T. R. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA T. R. WALTON'S. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS T. R. WALTON'S. Fruit Jart & Scaling Wax T. R. WALTON'a FOR SALE ! Fifty one Acres of Land, manly In crass, with smal house on it, 4 miles 011 Crab Orchard Pise. Termeasy I' R W'AI.'ION. FOR RENT! If above is not sold I reasonable figure. I Want to Buy a Small Lot of Hav. T. R. Walton. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over v. Ill lent the house at a T R WALTON. stock consists largely of the very best vehicles made before making your a stock in Stanford. WEARER, IHilWr'C'R. I NEW OF LINCOLN COUNTY. rwr 7urs Jl. AYJev MM JtXa Different styles and prices. Our better grades, and includes some of the for the trade. Come and see our goods selections. You will be astonished to see such GEO. . MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. NEW I NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLE ra rzj T-Wl m)o ha. JUL KB Av Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Class Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly oh hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully, SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. -i. 4 ) .