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'i . , l. -, 1 ;' Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Btanfohd, Kv., Junk 4. 18&0 a.o. walton.dub. ManaRor MEANS 1USINESS. Watchks nnd Jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. 1'uutiy. Landiietii's Gnrden sued, new crop, just received ntMrflobertri fc Stub's. Lasdhetii's Ciiirden Seeds fresh nnd icnninc..in bulk or package, nt A. It. 1'enny'n." Tiik best plttco to buy drills, patent medicines and toilet articled la at A. It. l'enny'H. Buy your school bookH, Ink, tablet, paper, pencils nnd Bchool supplies of nil kinds from A. It. Penny. PERSONAL POINTS. MimMoluk Dauhiikiitv la vinitiiij friends in Danville. Miks Litib Bailby is back from n visit to friends nt II;tonvlllo. Mux. U. V. Dawoon, of Lily, 1h vlsitlnj! her motber, Mm. Ferrlll. Col. T. I' Hill nnd It. 0. Warren are attending Cnsoy Circuit court. Mits. PiiilSodkn, of Louisville, is Iter parents at ilowliind. MiaaltoMAiNK Biiaiiun, of is with her friend, Miaa Lucy Tate. Mim. J. V, Holiiam and hersUter, Little Katie James, were visiting frienda here. Cot- P. T. Dimv.vh, Superintendent of the Knoxvllle DiviMon, wns Miaa Ukchik l!i:u la attending! thu commencement exercises nt Mlllersburc Kcinrtle College. MmMKxBuiKCOKANri Wklm, of LoiiHvillc, nro visltini their uncle, Prof. J. M. Hubbard. Mit. Jamiu O. Dksny ban to take mi editorial portion on thu W. B. Nkholo, of the recently Olive Branch, wns here Saturday and favored ua with a call. MTw IIoNuvnoon IIitfji McKobtTta, of Ijincaster, were ndntivea here Sundnv. ' W. II. Wkmikv, SiiNriiitendent of Schoola nt Concordia, Kansn, U vliltiri: his sinter, Mrs. J. It. James. Mw. A. Uiiiiannkv, f Parla, pnpri tor of the Store, was here yes- terdny naaiatiui! Manager Sulingcr. Monks. J. II. Hkow.v, .1. C. McFcrmn nnd It. I.. Salter were here to attend the meetim; of the Senatorial Committee. Mihm La vinia Shannon baa jfiven up "atarrinic'' na a bad job nnd will piny parts with Tom Keeno next Season. Mit. A. C. Sine, who had relatives in the wiped-out city of Johnstown, Ph., 1h in jjreat eiistiense, beinu unable to learn anythinu do'Iiiite from them. A In the closing exerciea of Hamilton College Miss Vhginia lluwinan recited "Money Muck." "Hobo nnd the Ferry" and did other pnrta in a moat creditable manner. ltKV. Bkx IIklm wont te Some-vet Saturday to naaist in theinatallatiou services of Itev. Harvey (ilaaa, consequently there was no preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Mna. Maiiy V. Bowman favors us with an invitation to tho Hamilton College commencement, which occurs to-day at thu Lexington Opera House. There an-17 unulnatea, but they will not get any 4 bouquets, tho "no (lowers." Oxn of the youngest froight conductors on, tho Louisville Nashville is Clarence Hocker, son of Mr. Joe Hocker, of Junction City. He him charge of our local freight and a more polltu nnd attentive young gentleman in his business would bo hard to llnd. News. CITY AND VICINITY. Willi: screens fot doors ami windows nt Si no & M'iiefeo's. . . i 0 " Suva shot, a euro killer for potato bugs, nt Metcalf A Foster's. Ml Ice cream freezers, water coolers and refrigerators at W. II. Higgins'. New hats and new (lowers in endless variety nt Mrs. Kate Dudderar's. IT " GotoW. II. HigginB' for grain dies, mowing blades, snaths, Ac. era- f T "- Foil n cool, refreshing drink go to Zimmer's and get a glass of milk shake. U)kt. Sunday, about :.!0 a. m., between Dr. Owsley's and tho Presbyterian church, a lady's gold-headed, black silk umbrella. The Mt. Vernonites nro enthusiastic over n pronosition to build n college there and tho Signal says $1,200 was ed at tho first meeting. Mil W. J Caisson was in again yesterday with ft basket of his; fine strawberries sent by his mother, Mrs. Amanda Carson. Mr. Carson has plants of tho splendid variety "Sharpless-Big Bob" at 52 a hundred. A couple of men went to tho tollhouse on tho Preauhorsvillu piko Friday night about 11 o'clock nnd demanded ad- mittanco from Mrs. Ware, tho keepor. Sho promptly refused to let thorn in, when they tried all of tho doors and windows, but failed to effuet an entrance. After uttering a few oatha of vengeance, they left, promising a return visit. Ice ciikam nnd milk strnku lit It. iners. is then a nun. Win. TitK commencement exercises of InBtftuUi, Kirkaville, will occur on Thursday. Tiik boys played with snow balls Friday evening nnd tho spectators shivered in overcoats, but thu I. Js. got there as usual. i m Mn. 0. J. Nkwlanii received on Satur day an order for .l'iK) plants from Pittsburg. Ho gives bis local In this paper thu credit for the sale. i m m - Mn. J. N. Menefek is regularly for sherill' in this issue. Hu is a capital man and his conduct of tho office before entitles his clams tomoreihau ordinary consideration. A vi;itv plcarftnt party was given Miss Doviu Talbott by her uncle, Mr. John 0. Neal, on Friday. A largo number of the young people woro present and n delightful evening was (-pent. Tin: Female College commencement oxercifes will occur Tlmivday night at the Opera House,' when the csiays of the unidnittes Mil be sandwiched with music provided by MIm Dolllu William's elnsi. BitAKr.MAN KbwAiina denies positively, and his word is substantiated, that he painted a negro woman whito and took lier to the Itoflniid church. Another fellow there did paint a woman, but s'e was not taken to church. Mr. Kdwards Is said to hnve conducted himself well since he came ht-n- nnd stands well. Aha, Jcix.k Vaiinon! "Who is the Lincoln county indue V" After soinu de liberation tin-answer, in concert, came: "Wo don't know Ida name, but he is the handsomest, as well as the youngest, widower in the county." Prof. Tompson acquiesced and discharged the class. Hustonvillecor. Danville Advocate. Nine young ladies, including Mii Annie iMuth, of Ottenbeim.thlx county, toik the white veil at the rrsulimi Convent, Utulsville, Friday. Tie- is an elaborate and beautiful one. The novitiate like a bride in white, andnslho ut'Stiou 3 are answered by each h black habit Is drawn over her attire and she In the county court yesterday the will of Mrs. Ben Helm was probated. Her husband is appointed executor without bond. It bequeaths bur Montana to her two children and gives the rest of her real anil personal property iu Kentucky and Florida to her husband. Mr. S.un F. Cowan left no will and J. N Meuefee qualified as administrator. Of it business manager front n pair of unmentionables to his seamstress to lix n few days ago. but thu thick-headed coon who took them mistook the hous ami handed the bundle to the young lady who came to the door, with tho remark that he wanted them by that afternoon. The young lady with her visitor opened the package with a light heart, thinking of a treat of feoiuo kind, when they were horrified to find a pair of. The matter was subsequently explnined, but tho blushes which suffused the b. m.'s face when he fontiil out the situation continue to suffuse, and will account for tho unusual redness. , The concert at Hubble Friday night, given by Mrs. Priestley's music class, proved even more creditable than the performance here. Tho participants had gotten mire med to the stage anil exhibited little or no "stage fright," which even the profes'iionaN occasionally have to contend with. The programme was unchanged, s:vu that n solo by Will Severance nnd ii couple of cornet solos by Joe F. Waters weiu ndded. All of tho member acquitted themselves in a way deserving of praist and thu general verdict of tho largo audienco was that the tlperformanco was good from start to fin ish. A largo number were present irom Stanford, which was further proof that they had enjoyed tho performance here nnd wanted to see more of it. The Blip-per served by tho ladies consisted of substantial?, fruits and ices nnd was an ex cellent one, thoroughly evincing that tho ladies of that vicinity are in the highest sense of the word. Ubat'km Aoai.v. Altl1011j.l1 it rained nml the weather wns as cold ns tho dend of winter, tlio Danville were on Iiunil Friday nftornoon and jdnyed tho first giiniu of tho now Keric". Not satisfied with beinj beaten twico by tho Intkhiok Journals they challenged them npiin nnd tho result of tho first j,'nino was ns UHunl a Boro defeat. Tho neon was 23 to 17 in favor of tho I. Jn., tliu of scored Bhowing that thero wns poor playing nil round. Tho fault wns not with tho players, however, but with tho wet ball, which nobody could hold. While AV. W. White was coming to town yesterday ho was attacked by n largo yellow'dog. Ho attempted to rido away from lifut when tho dog followed. Ho then fired and put a bullet through his heart. i A meetinci of tho tax-payers and pa trons of school district No. 10 will bo held nt S. M. Carrier's store nt 2 v. M., Juno 8, to consider plans for now A full tneftlni' is desired. I. II. Pryor, Chairman. Mit. Slauohteii was prepared to furnish n dinnor forWXi poisons last Saturday at Dripping Springs, but on account of tho cold disagreeable weather the was nostnoned until tho following Saturday, June 8th, when the same will bo presenteddinner, ball, c Cane. Mr. A. M. Feland brought us in n bunch of canu thathad gone to head, which very much recembles oats in Speaking of cane heading John Bright asserts that it only do"8 so once in sewn years, whllu old men say they never saw it before. Who knowB the habit of Kentucky's noted product? The habeas corpus case of Gen. for ball did not come up before Judge Vnrnon yesterday, having been postponed for some reason. In the Howards and Fee, charged with murder in Harlan county, the papers were not regular and no action was taken. Judge Varnon doubts he has jurisdiction even if tho papers were In legal shape. IT SiNOf laii. -Mr. William Perkins tellu us that William Teeters, who lives in his neighborhood, had n sow to give birth to 8 pigs or dog ns you choose to call them. They were perfect dogs save their heads which wen those of a hog. Thev were curiosities nnd Mr. Teeters might have made n fortune had ho not let his ancer get the best of him when he found out they were not pins, and killed them. i i- m m m - Cold. Friday and Saturday were the coldest May and June days tbnt have been experienced in this latitude for many n day. Thu mercury went down to -10 and but for tho clouds n heavy frot would have ruined the crops. Fires were in demand nnd people shivered around in winter wraps and red noses as if they had been transferred suddenly to an Arctic region. Heavy rnins fell Thursday nnd Friday, n:ul yesterday an other cold nnd not needed one wns falling. . m FoiiEi'Al'on's 2o cent circus, one of the best shows of tho kind for the money, is still with us. The heavy rains havo greatly liiterferred with the business, which haH been light. They gave two performances yesterday and will go to Junction City The whole party is well behaved and have favorably impressed our people. Mr. W. It. the manager, is as clever n fellow ns is in thu business. We commend tho show ns onu extra good for the money. Fjiik. At 8::W yesterday morning fire broke out in n house owned by Mrs. George I). Wearen nnd occupied by Maria Brown and Ambrose Merritt, located on the creek back of the Presbyterian cMurch. After it was half burned some body thought of the force pump ami hosu that belong to the town and they were brought into good service in preventing a spread of tho (lames. Mot of tho furniture was saved and thu loss is principally on Mrs. Wearen who valued tho house nt about $200. No insurance. From Lincoln. J. M. Shitckleford, iust nmioiiited U. S. indo in Oklahoma, is a nntivo of this county, linvinj; firtt seen thu lijiht on tllo old Hennett Cloyd farm some 02 years .Many of the older citizens remember him as a rather bright boy of gentlemanly mein and mldress His father moved from this county when tho judge wns just entering manhood, but a number of men in this section served iu the regiment Unit ho commanded during tho war. Those who know say that the, appointment is a very meritorious one. , Indictki) rou Liiiku Wo learn that !. InutrnMlnns from JlllllIO IJOVll tllO grand jury of Laurel indicted tho editor of this paper for criminal libel, in nrtido from n gentleman thero in whom ho had confidence, thnt tho couit had suppressed indietmentsngninht republicans for election frauds nnd allowed only those ngainst democrats to stnnd. Wo did this in good faith nnd without mnlicv and are willing to faco any jury of contlemen on tho question. Judge Boyd seems disposed to throttle tho press and ho may bo nblo to do so in his district, but wo will say to hint here and alwaya that ho cannot frighton this paper. Wo havo neither timo nor spneo at tho Into hour that wo received tho in- telligenco to say more nt present, but Rico nnd Wilson constituted tho battery jujjf0 Boyd may expect to hear from us for our nino nnd considering tho enry nnj often on the subject. stances did good work. At tho seventh inning Severnnco rested Rice by pitching one inning nnd it was then thnt the jumped from 7 to 17. Rico then took his position in tho box, caught a ily and struck two men out, thus ending tho gnmo, with tho I. Js. onco moro victorious. Tinsley, of tho Dnnvilles, who impressed our boys nt Danvillons a holy terror In tho box, was fearfully batted here, whon Ilann was givon a chanco to display his ability, and was also "knocked." The next gamo will bo played nt Danville Friday next As the flood receded from Johnstown an unprecedented scene of desolation, wreckage nnd death wns presented. The city is completely gone, no lees than liOObulldingslmvingbeenentirolyswept nwny. Tho dend tiro everywhere, nnd the moat constrvntive place tho loss of lifo ut Johnstown nlono nt 5,000 people, while the fatalities nt othor points will when heard from swell the list to an ex-tent thnt cannot oven bo approximated. To ndd to tho horror much of tho debris is on fire, nnd tho dead aro being despoiled of personal effects. Mass Conventions Called In the 18th Sena-1 torlal District. j The Senatorial Committee of tho 18th district met hero yesterday, Lincoln nnd ! Boylo being represented by their committeemen nnd Garrard and Casoy by proxies, and after discussion it was Kesolvki), 1. That a democratic, convention bo called to select n candidate for the State Senate from this district. 2. That the democrats of the four counties composing tho district meet iu mass convention at thu court-house of their respective counties on the UUtli of Juno and vote for a cundidiitu for tho' nomination for said position, and thu candidate receiving the largest number of votes shall bo entitled to thu whole vote of that county, and the chaiiinau of tho committee of ench county will meet ht tho in Stanford on July 1, 1880, to cast the vote of their counties, in accordance with thu certificate of the secretary of said meeting, showing who received a majority of said votes and tho chairman of this district will declare tho m.iu receiving it majority of the votes tho nominee of tho party for Statu Senator of thu ISth district. M. Each county will be entitled to one vote for each 100 democratic votes and n vote for each fractional part thereof over 60 cost for Cleveland for president. 4. That none bu; dciitocratio voters will bo peimitted to take part in the mass meetings to he held under this order and all voters taking part in said meeting will obligate themselves to sup port the nominee. Tho mass meetings are to be held at o'clock iu each county. T. I). Newland, Ch'n. J. B. McFbiuian, Sec. protein. The Equity Life Association ok Va After examining thu condition, standing and plans of the Equity Life of Va. we take pleasure in recommending the company as a safe, good and reliable one. The name of its president, Governor Lee, and other officers who stand high as gentlemen of honor and integrity, should be a sufficient guarantee for solvency, honesty and fair dealing. Tho following Is from It. L. Burnett, of the Harrodsburg Democrat, under head of "A Card," in that paper: "I am pleased to say that i nm personally acquainted with several of the officers of the Equity Life Association, of Staunton, Virginia, and that their connection with it is sufficient guarantee of the company's reliability and excellence. It. L. Baknett. This Company is represented by Dr. P. W. Logan, Gen. Man. for Kentucky." NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. N. 3IENEFEE Is a Cnndidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of inc L.ni(uin uuuniy irtnovracy. PICTURES ! GO TO CORDIKR'S AT ROWLAND, KV., for Koo "d clicap photograph.. Cabinet J1.50 duien. New nccnenct, new inttrumvnu nnd cttcr prepared lhati ever to do fine and large work. :ron SAX1B.3 My New House on Main St., Stanford, Ky. for terms apply to Mr, W. II. Stanfjrd.cr U roe at Ilanville. Ky. 3, LOTTIE N. HOLMES. Ms, Shingles and Shoss For Sale. Ten Thomand Fiat Rail atJ 10,000 Poplar Shingle.. I have on hind Men'n, Women Mihc' and Children Shoe, mado by Alter, Forood & Co. Imd Mundrl'e. which I will ell at the Very loweit price I huve bought them and they mutt be old. My Mock i complete and tho.e ho want baritnllit can itt them by fallinjr. 1 mean but- IICSB, . l.ll.fc, . U. UII..111K1 Public Sale of Vah&th ftwn Property. I wil! offer fur ialo on Saturday, Jnnc 15, 1889, The following real nnd poronal property: TWO mVKLMKG HOL'SKS AND 1 STORE- houtc.one dutlltiiRon Mmn itrtet, opposite the Weathcrfurd llolei, two kUtU.1, and contain, 6 niuint with No. i tabid, corn crib cow lot, vc ; ... The other on Danville Mri'et, now occupied by Mr. Woods, with 4 rooms jjnrdtn, Ac. The Morvliou.e ia iHu.U'd nn ureet. adjoining tho dwellli'jf ii the wet and lontaini 4 room, Lclow with roni uptair. Alo all my HcuhIkiHI aim Kiuhen Furniture, Cosl Ac. Thiah.ipreilitatcii located in adcirahlf part of the town and I" Bood repair. Any one Liluiv nrlvitslv befora (lie of ale call oil T. D Kiitrlmh, Dnnvllle, or Mr. C. II. Ilishnp, lliiitoiiMile Ky. Terms, csuh in nund. Sale t 10 o clo:k, h 50 cent, in Milt lli. I vance, with the privilej prove to be w tin calf. .NiKS.C. II. IHbll T. D. I'iclih, Auctioneer. ' Wall Paper, Wall Paoera fiarpA ioK' HULL, Captain Aajjgie Wayne ! No. o;iS II. F. 11. II. Will ho permitted totervo a few cuwi at my bluon l.ancater pike 111 iiiuum. ui rumuru, Throo Dollars by tho soason, and a fee of tliu groom, paynuie m hU. ot breeding till the cow ....... I. ..11 I. n.tf nnlv nf lb." Vfrv heft breeding, but is individually a very fupenor animal in every particular. He will not (all to tiro, duce milk cow, of tne highest excellence. Hoth his pcdiitree and his individuality guarantee this. The cattle hae for eeral masons taken the lead In the blooded cattle market by commanding under the hammer the highctt priies, and having the capacity to produce mure milk and butter than any other breed and as much and as e'l ''e0 ,hcy w'" "ot ,ni1 t0 ',,n lne,r lead in popular favor, W. II. MILLEH. I have for sale twofinereRUtered hull calve and one grade heifer calf. 31-am . II. MILLI.ll " Stanford. Ky. THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor No Hotel In Kentucky ha, better reputation, nnd lu proprietor Is determined that it shall be maintained. He has recently added to hi appointments Pool and Billiard Parlors A First-Class Livery Stable To accommoda e the demands of bis Increased transient patronage. Best Turnouts lutuuhed Commercial Travelers and others. Wall rV" M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES ALWAYS This Is the season for Canned Goods, and you can find no where else a better selected stock than at T. R. WALTON'S. 6A1DBN SEED Beautiful Flower Pots. Sea Shells for Graves, Walks, &c. MM IN PRESERVES, SWEET MIS, DRIED FRUITS, WED GOODS, k J. P. Burton, Clerk. T. H. WAITOIT, Main and Somerset Streets. CLOTHING! "IN" PANTS AND SUITS. SUMMER COATS VESTS, ALL COLORS AND PRICES. Bruce & McRoberts. Mo (Do MUPLEiY9 M ERCH ANT TAI LOR Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial The Long and the Short of. It. If you buy aMcOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain to get one of the best Machines made. If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting repairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which ia one of tho most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Mower; no mistake about it. The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they havo a line of Machines second to none. By all means, see these Machines before you make your selection for the cominghiarvest. ' GEO. D. WJEAREN, Agt. ,J ' . , W -. Fv. , -S V ,.j sr t u' - "f ii -V A, tijua i vl .t 3i - Ml -it ,1 ? i v j. ! j! M rsa $ i SN