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f wpr" 7 ' "n Semi-Weekly Interior Journal BxANFOiUi, Ky.,JNovkmiieh 12, 1880 tt.o.WALTON,Bus,Manager MEANS BUSINESS. ComkiuuI 8cttluyour account, A. U. runny. Watc'Iikm anil rt'jmirt'il nnil warranted. A. It. I'vntiv Yotm account In ready, please call and settli'. MrltohertK A &Um. ' Tn k bent place to buy drugs, patent modlciucH and toilet urticlea Ih at A. U. 1'uiiiiv'm. Uuv your Hehool irookx, ink, tablet, piiper, pencilH and Hchool HUpplieH of all kindw from A. It. IVnnv. PERSONAL POINTS. Miks Ida 1'itKtvn r h;iM been on a visit-to Miss l.ucy Tate. C. B. Tatk, of College, I mm been vinttlng Ii!k pnrentx. Ml.-" Amiik IIai.i.01' !h VinHIiik her MIhh Hlleti, in ioineriet. Miw. H. (J. Hail, of .Soiiicri.it in visiting her mother, Mr. (5. 1). Wcuruii. Mil. C. 1). Tncii"o.v caiiie up to adjiiMt the Iom on the reHidente of tiro. V. ltriuht. Mwwiw. H. 0. Waiihkn ond K. C. Walton are practicing their profrssloiiri at Monticello thin week. Mihnkn Lkii.a Dooury, of Crab Orchard, nnd Nellie Pillion, of IjincaHter, have been visiting Mki.ltili.t Doulim. no. II. J'ltuwinr, mm of J. II. Prewitt, went up to llcll county yesterday, where he will pursue the btiincM of a book flaunt. Mn. Mm is acting as chief train dispatcher duriuc the hicknecM of Mr. J. li l'loretice and Mr. Joe S. Kite is tilling hU plHce. Mil. J. I'. Mflin linn (iniut to Hart county, to hit wife who in at her uiotliei'M, im well iih tliu Impound girl which in also there. KlUTOIt (illKKN DknIIAM, of burir, ati.l .1. W. Hniwn, C. U. wjlliaiiih and Dr. A. (5. lovull, of Mt. Vernon, at temletl the funenil h'nudiiy. M. I. I It'ciiiKf, of the Linr.fter New?, wiih over to p.iy the last tribute of to the memory of Col. Swope. In their boyhood daya they met in many a hard fouuhtleh.iteat Ml. Xenia School-house. CITY AND VICINITY. Vkky fine candies at T. II. Walton's. NKwIotof jewelry and watches just received. W. It. McUoberts. llrrciiKit Knivks, meat-cutters, lard cans ami sausage slnHcrs at T. Met-calf's. A mkktimi of the bar will be held today to pass suitable resolutions on the dralli of Col. Swope. -- I iiavk just received a new lot of Florence Washing .Machinea in cupur and galvanizetl iron. M. F. F.lkin. Wp. endeavored to have a good cut of Col. .Swope made for this imite, but it failed to arrive yesteiday as promised. Tiik Iloston Ideal .Minstrels gave fair satisfaction here. The show is not near ho rotten as some of our exchange declare. Nkw lot of jewelry, watches and silverware just received. All silverware sold will be engraved at reasonable rates. W. II. MeKoberts. OvKiiuoAiri, oveicoats, oven-oats, in great variety and fioiu tho cheapest to the highest priced at S. L. l'oweis & Co.'h. Call and see them. W. F. Kuihkv has sold his remit me in ton 11 nnd a small house and lot in How land to.!. F. aul 11. li. Hover will build a brick hotive on his place near the Htistniivlllu toll gate. A iiousk belonging to lieorgu Whit" ley, which he valued at flOO, stepped on the handle of a pitch fork, which tlueu the sharp prongs up and drove them into his body, killing him. The Opora House managers have turned till' two goodshows tiiis week to prevent our people from getting more of a surfeit of amusements in that line, as the recent small audiences would indicate. . John 11. Cu.uo Son, with Philadelphia, and Drowning, King i Co., New York, oiler to the tratle 1,000 foreign ami American fabricn for men's winter suits, overcoats and I rouse i h. Satisfaction guaranteed. Vn aie leliably inlormed that W. II. .Miller, Esq., will he a candidate for delegate to the Constitutional Convention, if out) Ik called. Mr. .Miller Iiuh made constitutional law a Mudy ami is fully bloto fill the imioitant duties that will dovolvo on a delouto. " , Nona:. S. C. Pollard, reprcHentlpg tho Hedge Co., Is hero in tho intercHt of his company and has made tho cemetery direct oi a u libeial proposition foencloM" it with a beautiful hedge. When once grown there in no wearing tint or bn .iking down and it would ulso bo tho cheapest way to enciiclo it. Tho Lancaster cemetry lias contracted with this llrmand no doubt it would he good idea for ours to do likewise. Kiiiwu Salt nt T. K. Walton's. Fok8alk. A Knuu rod, nenrly now. Will Hull cheap. Apply at this ollku. m m m Oiianocn, lemon", Immuuis, foreign and loinostic grapoH, California pears, Hkh, datcfl and coconnutH at 8. 8. Myers'. Ma pie Syrup, lluckwheat Flour, Frenoh Soupa, Pickles, Hominy and llenim just received at A. A. Warren'H Model Grocery. v It is a very remarkable fact that Col. (toodloe breathed Ida liiht just as the body of Col. Hwope was being lowered into the rave. i 1 wim. give a reward for the return of a ttray sbwal lost by me between my house and the Baptist eliurch Kriday nlj;ht. Mih. II. K. Wearen. Tiik Walton Hros. have booked a splendid attraction for Deo. I'll the celebrated Mcllibeiiy Family, the largest musical family known, being composed of HI persons. Fiia.nk Aiimstiio.no, who died at Lexington Friday, from the elPectaof a pistol shot in the mouth iullicted by a man named Sullivan, was a of V. II. Watson, of this place. .Sullivan is in jail. ... F.noink 108, pulliii)! a freight tiain, ran into a slidu on the Cumberland Valley Hr.inch and turned over down an embankment. Neither the engineer nor tlrcmait was hurt and no other damage was done. Si.cii'LAiti.Y enough the grand jury failed to indict Milton Kates for cutting John Warren so severely, but indicted Warren for carrying concealed weapons. Nothing was found against Mr. S. A. Middletou cither. Tut: widespread interest in the atl'air is shown in the fact that the New York paerH telegraphed the editor of this paper for specials regarding the funeral of Col. ."jwope. The tragedy has caused a shudder of horror around the world. Jim Tau., the little negro who seems have been lmrn to hang, was given 0 d'tvs in the work-house for lighting in Macksville Siindav night. He was given several terms in jail at the late court and it is strange that he had not been arrested as he made no cllort to bide. Tin: Middlcsboro News says that J. K. Carson, of Crab Orchard, will start a dairy there in a short time nnd will open with 'Si of his finest, pure-bred Jerseys. Mr. Carson now sells from fi.lXH) to 0,000 pounds of butter to New York parties yearly at a contract price of 40 cents. 1 Tiik case of John Kdmiston against J. W. James for services as clerk, on trial when we went to press last issue, resulted in a verdict of $.TJ8.0:t for the plaintifl". It has already had one turn at the Court of Appeals. Mr. James claims that he never hired Mr. Flmiston, though he admitted that he helped him around his store for 11 year. FlIOM TIIKSUKr'KIIKK HlMSKLK. A note from Uuv. J. M. ISruce intended for Inst issue but not received till Friday, asks us to correct the many false rumors that have been circulated about the injuries lie sulfcrcd in the Noli 11 wreck. Says he: "1 received 0 slight cuts and bruises, all of which are about well now. My left arm was broken about II inches below the shoulder. My arm is doing quite well I think, but it will be several weeks before I can be assured there is no per manent injury. The railroad oillcials ptomptly tillered to do everything in their power for my comfort, but there lias Ik'cii no conference whatever as to amount of damages and will not he until 1 am satisfied I know the extent of injury." CHURCH AFFAIRS. .Mr. A. C. .Sine will bo iiictalled an elder of the 1'resliyteiian church next Sunday morning. Hev. K. U. Uucrrant closed n week's meeting ul the Spnnglicld Church, in .Madison, with .'17 additions. Hegister. -Tho W. C. T. U. at Chicago raised Cdn over the fact that Vice-President Morton is tunning a bar-room at Washington. Tho .Maylleld Monitor says that Kev. A. P. Cobb's meeting there lesulted in 112 conversions tho first week and was still progressing with growing interest. Talmage's new church will have "a baptistry to please the Ilaptists," "crosses to please Catholics," "a liturgy to pleace 1'piscopalians" anil sermons to please Presbyterians. A lively election for elders was held nt the Second Presbyterian church, Danville. .Sunday, when Prof. J. II. Walton was elected on tho first ballot by a very complimentary vote. Thu others elected are Messrs. . P. Jacobs, George W. Welsh nnd W. K. Argo. The meeting at thu Baptist chinch has broadened into a union revival now n d sorvicesaro held thereat 10 a. m. and at the Preshyterion church at night. Sec turiau dlll'orenccH are for the time lost Bight of in tho general and earnest desiro tosavo souls. Uov.J. W. Lynchcontinues to expound in an eloquent manner tho blessed truths of tho Bible, and does most of tho preaching, though Ilevs. Hunt and Helm have relioved him several times. There have been 17 additions and 11 baptisms to date and the meeting will continue all week. """i" '"'"yrT?' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. T hoimiB S. Marimon nnd Mies May Belle Junius wore married at Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland attended the marriage of Secretary llayard to MIfb. Ulymcr, wnicn was a very hwoii eveni. Tlie papers are publishing that He v. Will 0. Hames, son of the evangelist, and Ml) May Ferguson are shortly to marry. Miss Anderson, of Chicago, and Mr. Charlea Seller were married on I'ike'H l'eak, at an altitude of 15,000 feet above the sea level. Miss Lizzie Hice, of Uiehmond, the very attractive and accomplished sister of Train Dispatcher T. A. Hice, was married at Covington last week to F. H. Carr, K. C. agent at Richmond. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 1 hogs, to weigli about IC-Ti pounds. T. I have 11 lot of feedersfor sale. J. I. Hruce, Stanford. Tho gelding, Twilight, valued at $,-000, was stolon from the Lexington Fair grounds. Foil Sale. li! medium to extra inuleeolts. I). A. ami II. H. Colyar, Kichmond, Ky. Ontario beat the jumping record at tho Horse Show at Chicago by covering 0 feet, 10J inches. Win. Arnold sold to Ihman Hros. for export IK) head of cattle at 4 J. Kichmond Kegister. The Hreckinridge News estimates the apple crop has brought the people of its county $l"j0,000 this season. Kchora, by Echo, the 17-year-old brood mare, was sold at Chicago to J. I. Case, the owner of Jay-Eye-See, for $4(1,- 100. The Anderson News says T. II. Hipy bought 215 head of 2 and 3-year-old I-a- Hue county cattle at 2 to 2J delivered at his distillery. Sunol, Senator Stanford's filly, trotted a mile at San Francisco, Saturday, without a break in 2:101, beating Axtell's recent performance 2 seconds. W. F. Abraham bought of Squire Murphy n tine Young Maty bull calf, which he intends for a present to his friend, Woody Cross, of Tennessee. Mr. Grant Vivion sold toS. W. Johnson, of Garrard, his farm of 10o acres for $4,500. Mr. Johnson has removed to this county with his family. Mercer Sayings. A. T. Niinnelley shipped to Cincinnati by the K. C. Saturday 2 car-loads of hogs, for which he paid auaveragoof :M0 anil ono car of cattle that cost him from 1 to 2 cts. Tho celebrated California trotting horse, lLiy Hose, record 2:20, third heat, by the great Sultan; dam by tho Moor, has lieen commissioned to L. M. Lasley, of Stanford, to sell. W. S. and Nat L. Vanarsdale sold to C. II. Witt, of Tennessee, 27 yearling mules at f2,5'.l2; also sold ono span of 3-year-olds to tho samo party at $221. Harrodsburg Democrat. At Danville 213 cattle were weighed by P. T. Gentry and Capt. Hob I)gan, who had Bold them to John Judy, of Winchester. Of this number 101 head, averaging 1,770 pounds, were bought of Mr. Gentry, ami 82 head, averaging l,72l from Capt. Logan. The price paid was 4 cejits and tho cattle were sold a month ago. Tho cattle brought tho snug sum of 19.572.0o They were shipped Last. Advocate. At Eureka Springs, Ark., Kev. John Mayhow, a Free Will Baptist minister, fell dead Sunday night in the pulpit. Tho Lyons-Thomas Hardware" Co., of Paris,' Texas, has madoan assignment. Liabilities amount to 100,000 and assets are reported to foot up $1'J3,000. Col. W. C. Faulkner, who was elected to the Mississippi legislature that day, was shot to death at Uipley by a man named Thurmond, who came near being lynched. FULL OF FUN. Lady"! thought I loU y'U i wanton e nclo.l potatoes for dluiioc." llridtfet Th 3 hmtl"! whs bu.v, mum. nnd I'm no 4,'rooin " -Lowell Ctttten. Wo.-1. WhUUers '(Iho tramp) "Don't i t frUlitenod. nudum, I mn n itioinbor of tl"o Society, nil' I jint fill titer seo If yet" didn't want tee hhv a in in to oat up what yet- h.tve loft ovoi" I'uclc. Lawyer "Do vou understand the nature of mi oatli, madam?" Witness 1 should a.iy I did. My husband too.; oil thu ouroons yesterday, and is putting1 up tao stovepipe today." N. Y Sim. ' Two Irish a woro qu tho other day. 'Suiv." said tho ono, "an' didn't Oi houuyor nmshthor comin' In afthor lmlf:iaslit four nv thu noight!" "An' shtiru," retorted tho othor, "an' dld.i'tOihearyor mashthor not eoinln' homo at nil lasht uoijjht!" Kpoch. A Gem to bo Shunnol Mis "Clrutulma, Mr. Pattois is going to give mo an elogant ring sot with n carbuncle," (ii'inulmu (horrlllcd) "Vou mustn't tnlco It. child! Don't touch It! Your grand pap's jiielo Joo had one o' thorn earhunoles, nu' died with it inside o' throo woelfs." .Jeweler's Weekly. Sweet (Jli'l "Oh, tills is so sudden. You must give mo tlmo to rolloet - a wool; at Last." Fond Lovor "Certainly. Kven If you sliould aeeopt tonight It would take about, iv week to tfi't an LiigaeniHiit rimy made." Sweot tllrl "Urn parliapt you'd bettor tnlco the measure of my linger now, N Y. We-'-iv utl A 1. 'm ' ' 1 . n ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. For Sale or Rent. Acre of Land ii miles north 01 Stanford, Oood bos house. Adilresi 78 W. T. STKPHKNsON, Crab Orchard. CARRIER & WAITS, KOWLANI), KY. Keep constantly on hand a splendid line of Family Crocorios, And sell them at the lowest price. Produce of nil kinds taken in exchange at market quotations. trcsh goods every day, l.lve uiu call. 78 CAKK1KK A WATTS. THE RILEY HOUSE, F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, London, Kentucky. t have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodatp the public. Uood Livery attached and every convenience Out- me u call. jj FRANK RILEY. NOTICE Thoc having claim against Mrs. Lucy J. Cook will promt them to mr, properly proven, at the earliest date. J. V.COOK, ;6-it Lancaster, Ky. If not told privatdy It lore, I will offer at public auction on Monday, Dec. 2, 1889, County court day, on the court-home square, my dcftiraulc home and lot of five acre on Danville trcet, Stanford. M. C. SAUFLF.V, ;6-im Laramie City. Vv)0. FOR RENT. A couple of elegant room i on Lancatter Street, suitable tor cilice millinery or bed.rooms. ji tf W.G WI.I.CH. Dr. it. QOLDSTEIN, the noted optician, announces that he will be at the I'crtman Hnue, Stanford, Tuesday and Wednesday, nth and 13th, to serve thoe who tailed tn see him during hit re. cent visit 11 there it anyihini; the matter with your eyes you had better consult with him. BLUE-GRASS NURSERIES A full stock uf Fruit nnd Ornamental Trre, Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and everything for the orchard and garden. We employ no agents but sell direct at low prices to the planter. I'rrsonal lnpecti'n of our immer.se stock invited Description catalogue with alua. ble suggestions on application. it t. iiii.i,r..N.Mr.v r.n, 71-St Lexington, Ky. A WARNING. We will prosecute to the full extent of the law every person found on our lands wun gun anu dog or net. I. C, LYNN 68 Sin AL1CK TUCKER, t FOU SALE. My Now House on Main St., Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II. Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Danville. Ky. 3 LOTTIE N HOLMES. -FOR- SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will sell the hvtue known as the Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, For ONE THOUSAND OOM.AKS c.ilt. The Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, Formerly BCCiinlPil bv II. 1.. Miller, at Hie inmc pi .ice for KltiHT HU.NDKI.I) )LI.AHb cos li. Smnp can bcien by appl)itiK toMr. W. V Crab Orchard. J. OrrKNHKlMKU, No. 30 Stutc Street, New York MDimiTr i 1 M a lr . ' '! im '" Haing rented ms (arm tnStanfor.l and Shelby! ?,Mih1ou"r.Mri.mVSXr h'illh.'btd. ! dcro" Wednesday, Nov. 20, '89, To.wit: The handsome 3. year old kaddlc stallion, '".Mix." mn lellow is a dark brown with black rm. no while at all. is h anus 3 inches lujjh, has lire walk, rack and canlcr and a iriiod called fellow In harness; Onei'xtra fancy harness marc ..n.i wi. vmirimu Mi.iK...i Cctdlnit woman'i horse J t fancy yearling ad. .lie Mare out of the dam (if Mix. bv Second lew eli 1 weanling out of same dam by Ed era do WllkcKj aUo a lot of llrnod Mares safe in foal to jack and ono to a standard nnd rruincred hone: Ore palrot work Mules, 5 Ilnfers, Milk Cows and CnUcs, Hull, I new llncy, only iitcd about ,1 months, good set of llarneo, 1 Ko.id Cart, Wagons, I'luwi, Harness, lllniler, Drill, and a I tho Furininp Utensils, nlwi 100 barrels of Corn, lot of shelled Oats, II flacks of Hay, Fodder, iic. Terms tbcral and made known on day of sale The sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. Stanford, Ky. I At the lame, place and terms I will sell all my ' personal property, comistini; of 3 llrood Mures, safe 111 foal to Jack, 1 combined fielding, 1 work lloise, 1 out ninre aiuic, 11 snoais, 30 1.11 Hog, 3 milk Cows rnd Calvct.,1 new lliijjcy 1 j.hsrse Wayon and Hiirncsi, I'lows nnd I'low (Jear, Jf busiiejs Wheat, and if not sold privately will sell atout aso barrels ol Corn. j.T. HOCKKK. For Sale at a Sacrifice. AI'llUIl ANI DA I RV FARM or 160 Acres in Leavenworth county. Kansas, within aj miles of KaniasCity, Mo. All lenced; 3. room dwelling barn and smoke house, 10 acres cf fine bearing apple orchard, a acres of ("P" auJ 0,,"'r small fruit, niauiiiticeittls watered ny neer ing sprinits. Coin-try thickly settled and church- es schools and railroad near. Land adjoining and no better heldat $40 to $50 per acre 'I here is 1 a fortune in this for an industrious man. Price Jjoperacreou easy terms. Address Rm4V.I.rf 2. -T. It WMOft Have arrived; single and Rubber-Lined Vamps, )UUll. Wlrf. l)f).V toe III lllj) ald Cal'. BOIJS' CXirO, high Buell Button Boots; Brogan Boots in split, oil' grain and hiv: plain cmd box toe in child's. ,,ftjlji '11 y. f. l. 1 . 11 ' I - NEW - Now Jersey New Plush New Une Stampctt NEW GYPSY AND GERMAMWN YARN. SEVERANCE & SON. jLt.i ',1 .ii wriiVi ' '"' --V Dealer In- Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections', Tobaccos, &c. A SOME SEASONABLE GOODS: &' Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Hominy, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. 5- & BARRELS FRESH SAX.T. Prices Always J. P. BURTON, Clerk. OUR. Celebrated boys' and men's sizes. -1 - t n m 1 n 1 7 - Mcjv s fine shoes i)i standard screw, machine sewed T 1 7 71 Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children' s, Missed, women and men's sizes. BRUCE & McROBERTS. The Great Remedies! KUI'T SPKC'II'IC cures all blood distutcs, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ul. erated Throa t White Swelling, Ssvhilitic diseaes ill all its slaves. Necrosis, Ac. Price $1 per bottle. HAVIS' I HON HIT I KKS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyipepsla It kUcs a keen appetite, enriches the hlcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the und nervous syniciil. Price 1 per bottle. (JATT.IKF'S WORM SVRUlis inadfl of the btst worm killers and expelleri knowt to the" profession and therefore recommend itself. It is pleasant to take, safe' nnd reliable, Pri'015 pi r bottle. OATUKK'S MAONI'.TIC PILLS lor all Liver Co nplainis, Impaired Sick Headache, Vr. Acta as cathartic 1'rn e 1 cent per bor. Manufactured and lor sale In the trauu by ll.e WHJJAMSIIUHG mZVG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College ' UMlilJKBllsll J ' MUFjFI 3n Jackets, v Jackets Scarfs and Tidies, Reasonable. T. R. WALTON. Buell Boots kJi XJiiJl., t,Jt'J j.. -.n , ,. -.,... ; r ij't . MW. z juAis&tiS!i!&Hibt v.t&&8!L . m&iik8iU&iAii(i&&.2 .ju. i s - ,1 -I t .1 1 1 il il ?.