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.Semi-Weekly Interior Journal: V -V VOL.XVI1. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1889. NO. 84 DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. A em.il deal of comiilalnt is heard from liu farmers about the corn cents, welcome, i.s visiting fnoiuls In tin- conning. There but been so much wet -The 0. S. has added two intecHgor ty. or the)' bim'.not gathered bnlf of their tnlns known ns "Florida specials." Uol. .lames Guest was here eaily tlto cro.m, 1 Tlic I,, it X. iind 0. S. passenger first of tho week to look at a promising Kov.Tharpu a tow weeksngo while in tialiis do not msiki any connection hero Harry O'Kalluii colt belonging to Fleece the iiiltlist of a scried of meeting at the at all now. , Robinson. James Hamilton ha gone to Christian church was taken ill ami bud IVrryvlllc U tryinu to organize n .Middlcsboro on business, to discontinue tho meeting. Ho has re.! company of State guards and every boy Many of our merchants bere aiu us- turned and will continue tbe meeting during tbe week and longer, if tbe inter-cut jtMitle. -At tint done of tbe union services held at, the .Second Presbyterian cbureb mi TliiiiikHLlviiie. a contribution wmk taken tin for tbe bunt lit of tin I oor. I I wIiIkIi iimniiiiii.it lo a nice little Mini. ' Scarcely one person present the loulnxille freight olllce, same com- touches on bin education and get a di-tribute' something. A committee was' pany John II. Turner is prointed to ploma from Macky, tbo expert distiller. appointed from each church to solicit outside aid for the same purpose. , mc place oi mgni chtk. Mr. Wood Wallace and bis bride are - s"5 at Mr J. . M Wallace's, .... HI. slice.. , MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Miss Halite Hiun.ste went to .lesfiuiiiiu', ..i)llVo Adam-, tlie old da i key sent Saturday to visit friends. The only Mike fr0, your ,,!.,,.,. to t, yhun, wbm of Pittsburn, Ky , i on a visit to , lMj in tis amilty, j,, Wl ,u,vt.r ,m., bin sister, Mrs. Hatterton. Mr. At M. j 4IU hljol, but vw ronoIiU'ii'tl Inirui Ktm.' mid bride have returned fioin their ' l.j ,...,ti.. li,;,,,, t...... r. ... bridal trip and will live with bis mothei , on Lexington strvct. Mr. Will F. Kvaus, is reported as being iiiU sick at I'i1 I home near town. Ipturcd Willis Hose. Floyd Peters, 1 u,,"mu' nuwn ,n nwIv ,MO" mw ' question of a bniucli railroad of ,!, jOWi,,hi. ami .lou Sparks; . , , .,..,, the 1.. 1 X. U iMliitt talked by some ol I WMu, (lftt.r ,K.,1K ,,,, iirI,,sl James A. Hurns.de, formerly our mmt ei.ten.risinu citiwns. Thishiisl ,. .... Ti...r .. ..l...r.Nl ...-.L- soliciting iint for Mcl'od it Anderson, " - been talked of tM'fore ami we ito Hope 11 will not fall through this time as here- tofore. It is evident that il will bebnill some time ami why not now' u wiq not ci nt any ...ore, or probably not as much, as It 'will several years hence and tbe sooner it In built tbe sooner the pen pie will rean the IhhicIIIh of it. -Is it not interesting to watch the diileront modes In which people tnke their trouble, dimppolntmeuts, looses, Ac" Tbe following incident amusiii me ' few days ago and made me think of it. f A lady came in n store who had lost $10 I and Mkcil obout iti tho.igh she hail lost but a nickel. She was not at all loiit it and turned away saying, 'Well, may be It will do somebody eNe more good than it would me." On the other hand, how would it have ntlected others? They would have been all excitement and you could have seen at a glance that they wore much troubled about something and if they did not find it would go on" grumbling and go l.nnn and not sleep n wink for a week. HUSTONVILLE. - Mr..Fan. I tied said he never enjoyed a Thanksgiving In his life more than he did the one of XoV'JS, ISM). I suppose it to bo nothing more than right to enlighten my readers as lo the reason why. Several "prominent men" from a. distance wete bere and biought with tin in 1I...1 r..fr.l.m., .ln.ii.ilit of which Mr. --'-- Itol.l is so appreciative r " his opinion , 1 T onthispart.cular'Mieib'canbe ,;S! Z'JSl o e of know , . v ,Mr.KvbIsm.l 1 wiieniu saw u.ai . n.w coming be became suspicious and 'as readyforwar. A good dinner was ,.... 1 1 1 ... ... ....! ........I.... .... . n.l.il.tlll f,uje.,.,.,u o ..... , coinnienccn. ewereioiy oy one 01 I... l.... f .1 -.... I !.... M. IM...I wiin I ii mi v man nrcMint that could "walk a chalk line." lie turned the ta 1 i bles ! you, boys, ami our ml vice to you , I -ii to select it man who inn t "lire proof next time. Mr HiikIi Manning cntei tabled i.vite a number of friends nt Mrs. '. !' Carpenter's residence, about 1J miles from town 01. the Middlebu.g road lafat 1 Thursday tve. Among those piesent' "' l mv "h "U to ' "-"-Hi ean't s.,y a, did im, no ,,r1K,"U ,W " '' prefer Mattie to ingage in Ger- must sulUce for all, and first, nianL...... n m nIll. llrawill,r ail(l voklll innsiL. 0I1 , on, w(j i((usi . ,.,..,,,,,' Wl. m ...k .r.".1"1.0:.... . ,........ , .. iron, our l.e.g..uo....g c.wes '",... A ,l,.im to Imv.. or l.o:ird tin a.. ..K.e, ,u,.k a..., , . . ( thtfMJ nutllros ,H a W1Q 8Uch U , ,lft same city. be representatives of tbo j j aelmuiliiiK. misrepresentation ' Hubblo neighborhood were Messrs. aIiy wa. ls n,lsiliui,. lk.I1C0 tllB bl. Oreenberry llright Churchill and blo .-.. Jj0ok 1I0t 0Vtfy ,,, ull his 11. 1 .!.! M!,.. XannieMahau, of Danville, also Messrs. if ...i..i.i.. i 1 1 n....:i nri(... ger. ulter soverai enjoyaoie nances, supper wits announced and nil were treated ton repast that was lit for the gods. To Mins Malum we will Bay, bIic isalway8it welcome guest in Huston ville Mr. Robert J. Lylcsand wife, of Xasbville, are With tho family of Mr. J . M. Cook and will spend the holidays with them. Mr. James Allen shipped from hero 11 car-load of stock yesterday, Mrs. i. K. HulVinau, of Liberty, after quite a protracted spell of illness, came up yesterday, her llrst visit hIiico July last. Mra. J. lb (5 recti isquitesick. Mis. G. V. "W'eatherford is on tho niond again. Mr. K. C. Hopper, secretary of the Latonia Club, of Covington, apont Thanksgiving with his little daughter, Mellie. Misses I.011 Hocker, Ll.zio Pro ami Messrs. J. It. Cook and James Allen went to Uradfordsvillo Sunday. Wo can not learn thu attraction for so many repeated trips. MiHS.Snllio Klkln, daughter of Capt. JSlkin, of Lancaster, is with Mrs. Lusk. Wo understand she is of obtaining an art class here. Wo wish her nuccess. Mr, Will Hocker spent Sunday with his parents. He is operator lor the C. S. It. lb -It is stated that an Lnglish cato with $'-'5,000,000 proposes to form a mineral water trust in this countiy of trusts. JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. -.1. K. Owens. Ih buying frtt hogs nt It old enough seems lo want to wear a pair lug mill s.itislsction the cash rcgiBter. of blue "britches.." Wearing blue clothes, Lilian! it Klkin have one of must brum buttons is not tin- whole duty, ito denied and in not only ornamental to boys. Consider well before yon Join. tbelr store loom, but It uciiiivciiicnt and James Kurber, who ha been a pood labor saving piece of furnituie. ..!..... 1.. it... I A. V ..III.... Iti.o Imu ms ffi.t'i.i Vnt'ltiki tv.iniii u nil fiillrtlil V II I II 111 Mil. 14 S 4.. .Mill.' III II) II. in .iv- .1 .1 J .1 I t V II' .1 eepted a poMlion in tbe I., k . olhee at '.. Jt'llieo, ice 1'. . I. .McCorm.uk, who noes N.rl.era place ami .I. v ;aini)S'jn iitits niiiiv iniHk mi" ..r s Marshals under Mcsirs Haw- ki1H ,, i.opul, 0f Sunerset, made a " r..de on H.ush Creek. ,1,1, coulllv nll, "" -' . ... .... . .....rvx. iMjj iUOnsl.liie. Two of them were "pot who make whisky ,y ,ting mimxIcii cover on a pot and use a hollow weed or a gun barrel for a worm. The other three, we understand, won reuularn and had lieen making. moonshine in this and Jackson counties for some years. The party was taken lo , Some.set Thursday for examination. What Is Sin? Kur (be Ititrflur Journal 1.... 1. .. 1 ...1 .18.1 :. ..-:..:. ". " " """ w "vrv "" " ' "i,lt m' ,,,r '" "" " nmreiuiii i v i will let the Savior tell. I In piivb, nee , Mark 7; 20, 21, 22. And Ho said thai which conn th out of the ...an, that de-, Illi'th the man. For from within, out of 1 in- . s.on...ai.MCi..oy whs ...ineuus. sows ...p o.Hr(mi(Iug( ;H lmu,0 on comition tllut adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, consumption. At the time Sword " 8ju. wll not live with her husband W covetousness, wickedness, deceit, killed McCoy had an eye shot out. A 1jr0luUllls agalll ,ie hnvIllB tetteA oiisiicm, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride zmmz her. foolishness. The Savior has here eon- Specimen Letters Received by Teachers. C011.1nending.our old father to tho boiui) ilo.en or more natures Tlie following letters are taken from ' l'er ('nre ' u,.v sisters and brothers, who wbichn.au is given by the Heavenly inaddressbv Mr. 1). W. Williams of are abundantly more able to take care of Father which be can pervert. For, let , Weuthorford, Texas, on "The Hardships' mm tnan ',u 1S to tnke varKi ' PIPortyi it bo le.neu.bered, we havo taken tlie I ( (Jountrv Teachers." These letters" hereto and with frab rnal 1 fTection bet position that man Is a compound or com-' s)loVV whatannoyances sngges lions and ' m' l'"l and seal on this, tho :id day of ..... .... jvv. .v. ..... .. - 0111. .inuies was 1001111 roiiiiiiu pie ueing; niai ec ...1 uuv u. ..i...u the Heavenly Father guvo' man was for lor ins comtort ami enjoyment, not one single one excepted, and that a ' sion 01 ilium wiin niiiiiu, ur nny uuu ui them, for sin is a violation of law. Xow while we admit all these faculties weie ..!.. f..M i.t.iai'u ..Ili.ttMlwil.l II " "" ' " ' v" ""..? V"JV-' '"."I ?' T" , ni iiiiiiiiii.i 01 1 iiiin iki k.i ui 11 1 rvfttr 11 iu w i3 uuv jt tut vv i-i , ' (f said faculties were vont() mii tw ssuigs or ., nwVeM,y l..i,.t... VV'.k .rit .'.itiilnilltil.'il . . ... to lovo Him with all our mind, soul and strength, therefore we IIUHt ,,.lV0 tbe .... . . , ability to comply with tho demand. Sev- eral of the facilities are brought into in- Dial service. First intelligence, -M, be nevolence, I'd, veneration, Ith, conscientiousness. ' The above facilities all com- bined will enable us to love that which U lovely. Intellect will point us to HiB lovely nature, also why we should love llim because He tirst loved us The next faculty or nuti.ru we will call cove- .. .;. ft ,... Ilf linv , f " " "1 i- j - own things, but every man on the tilings of otheis," l'liillipians 2:1. This implies wo must do justice to all, Once moie and this must sullku for what the u....l.t ciil.l . Murk 7lli fnmti'iilioli. lti'llil .' ' . r ,,iiiu v ... inim. ...... C,m r 1 in jj uuiik.h". ...x..w gave man that nature, but to avoid sin He said, "Let every man havo his own wife." J ust so with every faculty given man. A perveisiou, as before stated, is what caiibes sin. We mean to use any or all of those natures enumerated by tbe Savior, which are about 12 or lo things that proceed out of tho heart of man. The bible Is full of such teaching. See Judas, Simon, Annanias and 11 host of others. J. K. W'.wikk.w X$v. .)tli, 1WJ. Tills day I nm Ki yeais old. That was a brave boy, who, hearing soi no companions swear, loft them, saying: "You'll Hwear without mo." That was a bravo boy, who, urged to tell a Jie, said: "I wouldn't tell a lie for thousand dollars." Sel. Hugh F.lliott went to the home of Caiter llnyden, at Somerset, where his ttiunti mdtiri ntwl miltltlHP J a , , cnl llny,U.ll.l tir0at, his , , , . ..,. ,...v .', ..." 4 a hovV U$ then made his escape. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I Mississippi last week will, a pack ot . lox e1 of t)uj momiImMlt , 1)ert.l0f0re pBC bounds to enter in the races of the In- j e(, tlu.ri.0Ili Sh, niollIllnunt .i.nii be f er State Fox Hunte.s Club of "'t nn.l tho Kmy urnnitf, on style State. Tbe cbnscH will continue during' f tl H,lflf, ..,.,, ,.,. nntlll , 5n. Mrs. Kiigunln Diinliip l'olbt, ever .. iv..ii7, iiiii. ('i '- I II! .Ill . . . . I" I I... crcd a good diMtiller, went to I-.. .1. Cur- ... . .. . . . i ley's lust week to put the finishing He was with Mr. Macky four days, for I which he paid for information gained in that time Slot) and -nil expenses. Cal says his money was well spent. ' - Kstpihe Stephen Walker left for i ,. , , . .( tins ami some goou purses are o.-, fred for tbe fastest dogs. We hope and, fw tlmt (5nrn.nl county will brliiK back ' j j has jtiht returned from Louisville, where be contracted to t.avil for the new linn , which will take cliiugu of tbe Falls City , Warehouse. This tirm. has 11 capital of $.'00,()0t) and in point of financial ! strength has no equal in this cnuntiy ... :.!.. ..I ' - f T.l.l '.... ...I. " """ """ ; ;-'. wart u,ert x" -Mo ' ) Awvrott' l,1,H ..ln.etWl w.th the (,lobe warehouse. News hits just reached here of the killing of old man Dave Whitehead by bis son inlaw Win. McCoy, in the .... .. . 1. -'"- m ihk'kwui! ci ounty. McCoy is jne man who kiiicu Sam Sword several years nco and was sentenced to the peni tentiary from this county for a long term 0f years, and pardoned out by Gov. Hh.ckburn, who was under the foolU, ,ivice teachers receive from llIltH. "M,M lik the barer for rumljnK awy. Kik him. Xo inont Yours respectively, 1 Mlts. Ol.l'KK l'KKKINb." "Mit.fSiu: I do not desire that Mat '.. . " """ ' K""nmr as 1 preier 1 ... in ttii.iit.ii In iiuiri. v.iiifiil kiiiiiliiMiiml n i,,,.rn i1L,r 0 stifyik nnd write nrooer i.joy.'mv8l)if I 1 1 If V It went Mini It'll IWll LTIIIIl 1 steel rat trap Mondav when it went otl' and caught his big toe, indicting of dam-1 biges that makes the wearing of his boot impossible. It swelled until it is a3 biK as four toes and he nlluu the mumps ,....... .....:...,. 1 -J liiuil ll 111 wuiiii uuu n uuu ow iiu tun i Mu.lv. He will co.no when he is J ....n" ii. , ..i1H Kmitio dimr i..n,1.1ni.t i .lo not! .lezir to havo n.v Jonas haskens spend! h,8 tlllle At studies that will do him kno good i am aukscious fur him to git along in itithmotic us it are liily i...... 1 ,...... '"'" '-.': ' " - ",. uiy paiiimu n.iaKiiir. p s i dout want you to think linrd of this i think you re scbule is a Doing' grand my boy is..' I "Mr- deer cur ytt wunt please teecb My ltoy no inoru of that stull' about ills Branca ho aint got None No How an if he lied it aint None of vine (ifuiwtki fiti 1 ivmil lim If mitltt.r Ami i ' want yu to cend my gurl out when that Ilzyology foolt goze on to they Aint got 110 yuse to no about Hrancs an Bind an Hoans nohow and 1 jest Wuht hcv It it aint nise fur Citirlstono such tilings an my gurls liez bin Haze Nise mi wif never Noed such fool slut an she is just as good a wif as I want An shele raze Cane with yu If yu doiiut stop it. "yores trewly " "1)i:.k M.: I hope as to my John-you will ilog him just as ofliit as you kin Ileus n bad boy John iB. Altho I've been in the habit of teacbin him myself, it seems to me he never laru auitbing ids spelling is ottragously detlshent. Wallop him well ser, and you will receive my thanks. V.S. What accounts for John being sich a scholar is that he is my sun by my wifu's fust husband." .Southwestern Journal of Education. A terriile cyclone swept over n portion of lleauford county, X. C, Friday leaving death and destruction in its path. Nine persons weru killed and '20 odd wounded, while many thousands of dollars worth of property was destroyed. Col. A. M. Swopc's Will. I Tliu following paper was mlmltted to probate in tbe county court yesterday: , 1, A misted M. Swope, being of sound and disponing uiiml and memory, do hereby make and publish tbis, my lant will and tetitameiit, luvokingany and all other wills and testaments I may hereto-! fore have made. I hereby apgoint and constitute my ' two brothers', V. M. and J. II. Swope,' joint executors hereof, and either may i act should one die or rcfuso to qualify I and no bond shall be required, of them or either of them, and this will shall' be probated in the Lincoln county court, . . , , 1 .1 I OU UUIIVV HI "It IIIIIIVIIY, III III IIIL' II Ul'U I now en II Imme. After tbe payment of my burial oenses and any just debts I may owe out I owe not one cent now to tiny man being my miid executors shall re- duce my entire estate to money and stt aside SJ.OOO with which they shall buy a family monument and place the same on our lot in the cemcterv at Stanford in - - , ........ SPril,tio 10W 01l .,. oM ftl0ll,linent wilh nny ol,K.r pr0per inscription my executors may desire. After which 1 will and bequeath the remainder of my estate in equal parts to my brothers and sisters and to the club dren of those who may be dead, said children to take equal parts of the shares their parents would have taken. My said brothers shall take their parts lutcly and without condition, but 1 will and direct that my said executors shall purchase real estate for each of my sisters with the money coming to each, and convey said land to each for her use and benefit during life, with remainder to the children of each after death, and should any of my brothers or sisters die without issue, then his or their shares shall revert to my sisters or brothers, wbo may be living and to the children of those who may be dead, in equal parts, the shares their parents would have taken. The bequest to his sister, Hetty cioiht, ito . Akmstkd M.'Swofk. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. -John 11.11 soiu 10 .lounsion, of Iloyle, H yearling heifers at S!l 50. John Duncan, of Wayne, bought of Joe Colley a pair of aged mare mules for $;;oo. I). M. Cress sold here yesterday to V. 11. Hutching, of Bo vie, 4 mare mules at S'.H). J. L. Cogar has bought 10,000 bushels of corn this week at 51.50 per barrel. Midway Clipper. Forty-four Xo. 1 mules for Bale, L'" ... , 1 1 .1 1 1. i- U1 ""1 m " -x- V'" ''""y. MifUiy Lily, ky. of tl119 C0llnt.v' mU t0 bitley county p..rtiefi a car-load of fat ho ready tui idling, at 4 to 1 cento. Col. 0. H. Ciiei.aultsold to llaferAi ., i?0" of lctylvamaf Il head of small mules nt Hichu.ond 1'i'K'ster -Spalding, Simms & Co. uouKht one t,aV thl8 "cck of W,M- Cushing it.OOO bundles of oats nt $1.30 per 100. Lebanon F.nterprise. William Hurton sold to Capt. Thomas Iticliards 4 hogs weighing ISOO nt :! cents and to W. U. Cm son 3 weighing :)"0 at 'same price. Corn jumped front HI to 50 in Chi cago Friday. This is tho biggest boom in November corn since tho big corner of 1SS7. For tlie past year corn has averaged about !1 and I!2 cents per bushel. The Anderson News reports sales 0 l two-year-old mules nt S' nntl another ,l '"" ,u v " "'. Wl,u"1,um iliilerent parties in Woodford recently 1,'J00 barrels of corn for tbu Mcliraycr distillery atJl.'J") per barrel, delivered at tlepot. It. K. Harrow's lenl estate was sold by tlto conintissionor yesterday ns follows: His homo place of 0(1 acres to Mrs. It. K. Harrow at J.'Jo.Ol pur acre, ice house in Stanford to J, X. Menefee for 1!J0 and (iOJ acres of land in the Deep Well Woods to Dryant Hobbs for $00. Tho Ilarrodsburg Democrat repoits the sales of toveral lots of light cattle at L'l to !J and says that Jerry Fields, of (!a., bought at Coleman it Son's stable, 13 mules at fiom $0 to 100 per bead, and 8 mures at $73 to $1-3 per liend. Ilarrodsburg has h whisky en- loons, It U not generally known that Stnde S., is the most remnrkablo mare of her age in the world. Shu lias started in 10 races, was (list in 14, second in one and third in one. Kl.o got a pint of tho purse in every race in which she started. Her record now is i.':13j and no other trotter, living or dead, can show such winnings in m) many races. Wo Intend to M Things ! On account of contemplated changes in the business about Jan. 1st, S. L. POWERS & CO. Have inaugurated a Great Cut -Price Sale, Intended to sweep an enormous pile of goods into cash within the next Co days. We know just what it takes to grind cash out merchandise quickly. You have to Give thePeople the Best And Cut the Life out of Prices. There are many reasons why we can afford to do all this. Ours is The Pioneer Cheap Dry Goods House Of this section. Pride alone would prompt us to sec that no other establishment should snatch our laurels from us. Then again it is this people who have generously sustained and upheld us to a de-degree of success never attained by any business house in Lincoln county, in the Same Length of Time. So Gratitude should prompt us to be liberal here. It is not likely we-will make a nickle the rest of this year, and we can afford to Lose a few dollars, but vc will Sell a Pile of Goods. The first thing is a whack at Dry Goods. AH through the Staple Department we strain the point to see what is the very best grade we can sell for any price named. The best 5c Muslin; the best 5c Calico, worth 7c; the best 5c Check Shirting or Gingham. Special Values in Winter Jeans. Great bargains in Canton Flannels; also in all wool Flannels. Splendid bargaihs in Dress Goods and attractions in the Clothing Department, such as have never been displayed in Stanford. Men's Suits and Overcoats; Children's and Hoys' Suits: Fine and Cheap Pants, All at Lower Prices than any House in this section can afford to name. Every day this year will be a Big Bargain Day with us. If you want to save money sec what you can do in Shoes and Boots with us. Men's Women's and Children's Shoes of best work cheap. See our splendid bargains in Hats and Caps, Blankets, Comforts, &c. Call in and iook whether you wish to buy or not, but don't do yourself the injustice to buy until you see what you can do at S. L. Powers Oo.'s iEE! Bargain Store, STANFORD, KY. wh la Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial a c. SINE. INE & IV1ENEFEE, EOUaH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Lallis, Shingles, Etc., SASH, BOOHS AIvTD BIiXlSTDS ! Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, PATENT WIBE AND SX.AT FENCE, Cedar and Locust Posts. We will carry .1 lull itock of ever) tiling found in a Lumber Vard. A. C. SINE, Iliuiuet Manlier 1890. Harper's Magazine, illustrated. 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