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; yJ 1 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XX. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1892. NO. 59 DANVILLE. Hon. Linn Itoyd, of Covington, I .T. was In town Sntimlny. Mr. Win. (Glork) Holmes, formerly of Danville, now n permanent cltUon of Lexington, a momberof tlio city council, etc., is hero on ft homp Imylnjc trip. A wtablc on tlio D. and 1). IiiBtltuto groiinda burned Friday "Wit about 7 o'clock. Loss S00. Insured for IOO. Cause of tiro unknown, but mipposed to lmvo been accidental. Satuiday evening all of Mr. Henry Lerner's symptoms pointed to an early recovery. Mm. L. Ih tbu lady wIiohu cane, a critical BiirRical operation, was noted in Friilay'a paper. Mr. Win. Ktmsell, whoso homo was in Central Illinois died at tlio homo of of his brother, Jas. Kus.wll, on tlio Fork, from a complication of diseases lat Saturday. Ho win .' yean old and had been hero on a visit for several weeks. Before the lato Lud Veech died and. when on his last May, from a wound inflicted by Mike Morrissy, at Harrodsbunr, he pvu bis two children, whoso mother was dead, to his father A.J. Veech, of thin place, nnd since iIiah ilmv Imvn made their home with Mr. Veech. Ust Friday their mother's father, Mr. John Triesler, of Shelby City, when in Danville took the little boy in hisbucpy and took him homo with him and refused to rIvo him up on Mr. Veech's demand. On Monday Judjsu McKorrmi heard proof mi to who wns host entitled to the custody of the children and deci led that Mr. Veech was. Mr. Veech then qualified as guardian and the little boy whs Riven up to him. N Circuit court began hero Monday morning. Jiulgo Morrow and Prosecutor Herndon woie both present. The Hnt named charged tho grand jury, which is nude up of the following named gentlemen. O. H. Dobyns, foreman, A?J. Hurk, W.O. Kern, J.J. Hiiht, H. 8. Webb, W. F. Powers, Andrew Wnyno, 0. r.Terhune, II. T. Gray, M. B. Hulk, G. I) Mahan, Chas. W. Wrieht. Following is a list of the standing jury: J. II. Bonta, Tilford 1'urdom, J. II. Wilson, John J. Goodloo, W. T. War.l, S. M Caldwell. W. I. Penny. J.W. Broyles, W. B.' Arnold, W. G. Prather, It. A. Walker. B. II. Perkins, J. II. Martin, It. h. Salter, U. 1). Bruce, 0. II. McConl, Richard Cobb, W. C. May, Jas. Win-Kate, Geo. Carpenter, L. M. Gray, Jf. ' H.SIielton, II. I- Worlov LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTV. When Col. Adams arrived home Friday evening, he met with an enthusiastic reception from both his republican and democratic friends. Many crowded around him giving him hearty congratulations. At nicht tho Liberty artillery gave a number of rounds in honor of his success Would havo continued until late in the night if it bad not been for fear of disturbing Mre. L. Wilkinson, who was sick. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Several peoplo aru hero this to attend tho Democratic Conjjres nional convention, which meets here at 11 o'clock today. Candidate J. H. Hindman, of AdAir, Jake Corbett, of Bell, Sam Hardin, of Clinton, and Allen Baker, of Cloy, and friends are all present. Will wire result if readied in time for you to un it. Gov. Hindman Nominated. . ' London, (J i m., Sept. ID. A large and enthusiastic convention hero to-day unanimously nominated Gov. J. K. Hindman for Congress in tho ltth District. Sam C. Hardin withdrew beforo u ballot. John I'EAI L. Tho yea 18!W was n sad one for New Orleans. It had cholera and yellow fever ot the same time and lost one SBventh of its inhabitants by these eases. . Edward Johnson, a Louisville hearse driver, who in his time hauled 5,000 corpses to their last home, was carted thenco himself, Friday. Ho had driven a hearse,for IJO years. Editor W. S. Sterritto and Business Manaser R. L. Tico, of tho "Girl,". Louisville, have been arrested for criminal libel in publishing that the wife of n druggist had run off with n "coon."' Dr. J. h. McCormack, President of tho International Board of Health, sayB after inspecting Louisville, that it is a hot-bed for the propagation of cholera and other diseaso germs. In his opinion it will take $100,000 to put the city in proper Banitary condition by next spring. KarmanrveanMr.il. K Thompson, of Dei iB"r" "'e'y wltfl chton,c diarrluea He say: "At lime it w?; very m much o that l feared It would emf my lir. About ieen Years K I chanced to procure Colic and Durrh.M ol a boU'e relief and I lelive prompt Hemedy. It gave we cured lie permanently, at l now eat or drink I please without harm. I have also uieJit K" Bucklln'BArnlca Salve. Th beat alve in the world lor cuts, bruises ,0'ulc" ., ialt "heum, fever .ore,, tetter, chapped liand,, ch Iblalns, corns and all ikl ruj tious and positively cure, piles, or no Ptf "!" ed It i. guaranteed W kivv perfect .atfiiactioc, or'mone refunded. Price S cent, per b3. f0r iale Sy A. R. Pnnr. SUatord. Ky. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. -A clioico lot of seed wheat for sale. II. Cnllii.r. r.iinimutiir -, ,..v.r .....v.i).U. Albert Harlan, a well-known old I negro, died Sunday nilit. I Next Mondny will bo county court day and a large crowil id expected to bo in town. Tho union services next Sunday evening will bo held at tho Presbyterian church. Siirmon by He v. Wayet, of tho Iinptist church. In a shooting scrape, near Buckeye, Joe Pierce whs shot in tho left leg by B. land. The examining trial was set for Saturday, hut continued until tho 'J 1th. Thurmond Anderson, of Brodhoad is in town. Kirnest Brown, who has been connected with Stfeenuy's dry goods store for n number of years, has accepted a position in Louisville. John M. Farra and his sister, Miss Ada, left to-day for Staunton, Vh where Mies Ada will enter school. Mr. II. A. B. MBrksbury, who has been confined to his beil for Haveral weeks, is slowly im proving In tho absence of Judgd Morrow, Hon. Richard C. Warren, of thu Stanford bar was elected Hpecial judge to preside at the called term of tho Garrard Circuit Court, held on Siturd.iy, tho 17th inst. Judgo Warren dispatched business promptly and Hatiifuctorlly to nil concerned. Ho has inaiiv friends in Lan caster who admire him for ability as a lawyer, and his kind and courteous bearing at all times and under all circumstances. THE OAKWOOD. From Dear Kate's Scrap-Book, nnd Pub- fished in Affectionate Remembrance of Her. I walked inthcoakwood'ii dusky shade, Urn mmlc heard III the solemn wild 'Nwth Dower,, a brooklet whlpennip made At icft aud iwccl at the pray'r ef 11 child Sued aw upon my tout Uy hold. The Corral with m),tlc sighs, A il it Msulii lit me uftfutd 'that hlch God's widom et denies; A If it would o me rvvpal What the I ather's oe design In ill; Hut trlrcl with fwr, It smd to Cm.J', awlul grew itlll. Krom the Getman. Tlio Queen iV: Crescent Itoutu will place on sale nt greatly reduced rates excursion tiukets to many tiointa in West and North-west, and toJArkansas, Texas and Indian Territory on Sept. 127th and October I'.lth, 1802, good for return '20 days from date of sale. Tlio Q. A O. and Louisville Southern will give reduc ed rates as lonows: uranu Loduu Knights of Pythias of Kentucky, at Harrodsbnrp; Sept. "I, Kentucky Conference M. E. Church, at Louisville; Sept. t!&, meeting of Orphan Brigade, Confederate, at Paris. For further information as to rates, maps, etc., call on ticket agents or write to I). G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. A wash made of witch-hazel and cocaine to bo applied to the nasal passages, when tho asthma comes on, is an effective cure for hay fever. Miss Lucy Leo Hill, of Lexington, wishes all brooders and owners of horses that have wou silver cups nnd other plate to communicate witli her, as she is getting up a collection of these valuable trophies for tlio World's Fair. The greatest potato producing State in tho Union is New York, which do-' votes to the crop (round numbers being used in all cases)370,000 acres and raises :M),000,000 bushels or fully one-seventh of the cntirs crop of the country. Iowa b second with 17,000,000 bushels. lulclllci'iit ArrUuii Trill)-. As white men advance into Africa, as they aio now doing from all sides, thoy find tlio same differences among tho jMXjplo as among tho aborigine oC other continents, llio Jowost types nro tlio exceptions, and there nro puro negro races of extraordinary nntivo talent. Among theso nro tho Maltololos, who nearly fifty years ago, under tho rulo of SoboiViano, a native Ciesaror Alexander, conquered tlio whole upper Zambesi country. Although in 1SGI tho subjected tribes revolted and obtained their tho .Makololo languago still provails through tho wholo region. Tlio II I'rlcuil Nuutpiipcr. Tlio Mashonaland Herald and Times, printed in Fort Salisbury, Africa, enjoys tlio uniquo distinction of being tlto higUest priced newspaper in tho world. It is about tlio size of a shoot of foolscap, is issued daily and costs . shilling h copy. It is printed on tho hektograph. When Baby wm sick, wo cavo her Caitorla. When she was a Child, ho cried for Caatorla, When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorl. When sho had CUlHren. she gave them Castorla. A Guro for Paralysis. Frank Corncllu., of 1'urccll, lnd. Ter., tayi: "I Induced Mr, Pinion, whole wife had paralysis in the face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's l'aln llalm. To their great surprlie before the bottle had all been uiedshe wa. a great dual better. Her face had been drawn to one tide; but the Pain llalm relieved all patu and toreue.i and the mouth at.umed it. natural shape.'' It i. alio a certaiu euro for rheumatltm, lame back, ipraini, swellings and liimenei., so-rent bottles lor sale by Dr. M L. Itourne, P'ucslst and Optician, Stan ford, Ky MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. j Mr. Paul Lansing, of Mercer, nud Mrs. Mary Viloy Jones, of Versailles, were married last week. D. H. Carpenter, Ksq., or '"Doc" as everybody in Lincoln calls him, husHup prised all his friends by becoming a Benedict. Ho was united in mnrriago Thursday evening, to Mrs. Nannio of Hopkinsville, a handsome wid ow with wealth nnd two children, one n reporter on a Birmingham paper. Since his terms as county attorney ended "Doc" has been tiaveling agent for tho .lUna Insurance Company and has been quite successfu I. Hero's looking at him and his nnd hoping that ho will continue the good work in the family bo fairly begun. The New Era concludes a nice notice of the marriage as follows: Hev. Nicholas Ijicey, a vonentblo patriarch of the M. K. church and uncle of tho bride, pronounced the ceremony. The parlors and halls of the pleasant and hospitahlu home were decorated with raro Mowers. The supper which followed the impressive ceremony was a tri umph of culinary skill. Everything that the palate could suggest was spread before tue guests in abundance. Flowers, fruits and edibles of every description were arranged before them in tempting taste. No lady in can boast of n larger circle of warm friends and sincere admirers than Mrs. Carpenter. Her true womanly traits, her mental strength and vigor, together with her raro beauty contribute to a character and personality admiration and esteem from all who knew her. Mr. Carpenter is a gentleman of talent and a man of fine business capacity. He unites la handsome person, a pleasant address to his professional abilities and his well-known energies. He is a native Kentuckian and a typo of Kentucky manhood. Mr. Car penter will make this city his home in tho future. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Will Bauhman Bold to John W. Verkes a harness mure for $175. M. S. Bjughman sold to Dr. J A. Anion, harness horse fcr $125. J. A. Cohen sold last week to Marion Burch 100 head of stock ewe.s at 1. Midway Clipper. II. C. Hall, of Montgomery county, bought of Geo. Owing lOOfbarrels of new corn in tho Held at $2. William Moreland bought of various parties in this county a car-load of 200-pound hog at -1.10 to A. Crit Davis writes M. S. Buughman that he has entered Naboth in the il,- 000 stallion stake at Evausville, to be trotted Oct. 1. An ear of corn which measures )l inches in circumference atjtlio butt nnd long is tho pride of a Screven county, Ga., planter. Nancy Hanks (ailed to 21ower In r record at St. JosephMo. She lacked a qutrter of ajsecoud in carrying out her undertaking, making the mile in 2:071. The Harrodsburg Haying-? ways that the creamery is receiving 2,500 Ipounds of milk daily and turning out 85 pounds of butter which is easily (disposed of in the home marketat25 cents. Moquette, tho -1-year-old stallion of Mike Bowor.iinn, beat tho world's record at Richmond, Indiana, on a regulation track. He was hitched to a pneumatic tire mi I key and did his mile in 2:10. Tho best grade of "wheat is selling at Lancaster at 00 cents. JJiThere is groat complaint of weevil in tlio 6tack. Tlio only chance to prevent great iloss is to thresh tho grain at ouce. Lancaster KecordtHomestoad. Tho Kansas Threshermen report tho average yield of w.ieat to be It bushels in eastern belt, 20 bushels in central bell and 17 bushels in western. It is estimated that the total yield will be near 70,000,000 bushels. Ben SimniB, of Washington, sold live car-loads of 1,500 pouud cattle at 4 cents. W. P. Smith, of Penick, a month ago bought 150 head of hogs In and brought thorn to his farm to feed. Cholera broke out among them, 50 dying and several moro are Bick. Lebanon Standard. V. P. Prewitt, auctioneer, of Paint Lick, reports tho salo of Wm. II. Harnett, deed., of Madison, as follows: There was a large crowd and everybody witli a pleasant smile on his" face. Bidding lively and no complaints of any kind. Farming implements Bold well. 23 hogs brought Sl.05 per cwt; 5 sows and 27 Bhoata 4?.; 31 light shipping cattle at 1.01; 10 2-year-old cattle, medium grade, 3.47; 13 butcher cattle at 2.30; 9 medium horse mules $57 to $77; 10 medium mare mules $71 to $130; corn in the field $1.75 to $2.2 1. The home place well improved, 218 acres, sold to Jell Cox at $51; the Nowland place without any improve menta, 104 J acres, sold to T. E. Baldwin at $53; tho Yatea & Ballew place, 221 acres, to J. W. BaleB at f27.87J; the Nickerson place, 90 acres, to Ad at $17.50; tho 345 acres to J. J. Barnettat $13.80. The Balo amounted to over $35,000. The Somerset Fair. Another Somerset Fair has come nnd gone and another success is placed to the credit of nn enterprise that lias known nothing hut success from its birth. The average thinker would conclude that because Pulaski is a mountain rather than n bluogrncs county there would he nn nbsenco of fine stock and that a fair without fine stock is no fair at all. True indeed is tho latter proposition, but such is not the chsp. Pulaski has her full quota nf blooded animals of the nuHilruped kind, and when her entries are auumentod by numbers from adjoining counties, she can and does make its good a show in that line as tlio rest of them. In company with Messrs. P. W. Green, M. S. Baughman and S. M. Owens, I left Has Thursday morning for the above named fair, thoroughly confident that a good show of stock and somo nice trots awaited me. It has been my pleasure to attend siz out of seven fairs that tho Pulaski county A. & M. Association has given and from past efforts I knew it was nd imme of chance. It proved far indeed from being one, too, for the fair of 1SU2 far surpassod its predecessors, which is truly saying a great deal. On account of the rain, which fell in torrents, the fair did not begin until Wednesday, but that did not change the programme, for they simply set the date up one day further and ran the fair over Saturday. There was a Ko. 1 show of stock on tho grounds'- and the trotters were there in great numbers. Horses with records as low as 2:21 J were there and with the grand invention, the pneumatic sulky, they literally "burnt the air." The winner of tho yearling trot Is was May Day, and that of the 2:40 class was Forrio Boy. Tho latter was not a favorite by long odds and his winning was a general surprise. Will Robinson, of Danville, drove both of the winning horses. He owns the ileety yearling, May Day. H. M. Jackson's Willie Car-roll, won the running race. Friday's programme consisted of 2:30 and 2.50 classes and a running race. .Eletn won tho former and Honest Clay the latter trotting race. Both of the horses were owned by Danville parties nud each had to work for his money. It todk four heats to decide the 2:30 class and live the 2:50 class. Tho running race was ogain won by Jackson's Willie Carroll. The crowd on Thursday was good, but not bo larce as that 'of Friday, when there were between 5,000 nnd 0,000 present. I did not attend the last day, but reluctantly returned home. The card for that day was the'best of nil nnd the prospects wore that there would be an immense crowd. Tlio ladies of tho Christian cnurch served a fine dinner on tlio grounds and wore liberally patronized. They are raising money to build a church. .May they succeed in their good work. The littio games that are usually attendant to fairs did not flourish like a greou bay tree by a long shot. The operators yelled themselves hoarse, but it was no go. The scarcity of money, or a L decided change, for tho better in the Pulaski county peoplo, has wrought a regular miracle since last year's fair. The news of Co'. Silas Adams' norni nation was received with loud applause on the fair ground. Tho gallant colonel was expected to attend the fair on the day of his victory and hacki and oinnl buses bedecked in gayarray, tilled with enthusiastic admirers and accompanied by Eichhorn'a band went to the depot to meet him, but ho did not come and great was the disappointment. Tlio hop on Tlmrs lay night was, as usual, a graud affair. Tho town was full of boiler and beaux and these, with Somerset's full share, attended and it goes without saying that it was charming iu oyery particular aud will be an oasis in the lives of those present. It was this time held at Johnston's Hall-half way ""station between North aud South Somerset. Our handsome townsmnn, Mr. P. W. Greeu, was made a judge in the races Friday. His decisions in the mule race wore considered very suporior aud met with the approbation of tho entire crowd. Twelve long months will roll around before wo will havo another Somerset fair to go to, but then we are thankful that it is no longer. Somerset had ou her Sunday garb and looked her gayest. Flags and bunting decorated nearly every house aud the old town looked as if she had just doffed nor 6waddliug clothes. .. E. O. W. Capt. W. A. Abbott, who has looj'Nieen with Messrs. Perclval & Mutton, Real Estate and Insurance llroluTi, Ues Moines, Iowa, and is one of tho best known and most respected business men In that city, says: "I can testify to the good qual Hies of Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. Iluvlnj used it in my family for the past eight year, I can safely say ft has no coual tor either colds or croup." 35 aiW bottles for sale by Dr. M L. Itourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky. A Safe Investment Is one whbhla i;uarauteed to bring you satisfactory results, or 111 case of (ailure, n return of your purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our uuveitiscd druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It s guaranteed to bring relief in every case when used for any affection of the throat, lungs or chest such as consumption, inflammation of tho lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc etc. It la pleasant and agreeable to tho taste, per. fctly safo and can always be relied upon. Trial bottles free at A, R. Peony's drug store. s Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday. September u6th, X892. Full corps of Conwrvatory and Kormal School teacher. An. Excellent hoarding department. Catatoguea and Centre College Academy, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BECINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, With a full coursoof tudy, both Knglith and ClatMc.il. Whllo tho course ot Instruction U especially adapted to prepare young men (or the Frethmati Clan, It li Intended at the tamo time to furnish a literal English education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, A Home Boarding and Training Department been established In the Homo and under the personal control of the Principal. Kegular study hours under the supervision of the 1'riiicipal and assistants and the restraints and government of Christian home are combined with the educational advantages. For lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvlllo, Ky. J.-a. A" A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year 1892 I hand a full and complete Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS larger and better selected than drompt service, low charges and Daltoii in charge. WE : HAVE About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, which we offer at Greatly Reduced Prices. Just received a new stock of the ' NEWEST ' STYLES In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps.'&c. In the Shoe line we can offer you anything for " LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, As low as any House in town. . E. &W-. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damaged "by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. M'ROBERTS THE WILLARD. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Louisville, Ky. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, : W. R. LOGAN, J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. 3 "C u ;- 2 p 3 n " a K n i 2 s CO a CO s o i-i - -J m J . " o 2.2 u i O bJ 3 s.cr 3 .5 a in a I u - p n e.- 3 2 t - ?! I o pi ? 3-n 2 " o a n s V) o N t o S - r rs.T3 c 0 m J o "5-1 for Infants and "CsutorUlflBOweUawlaptedtochMrenUiAt I known to mo." n. A. Aacma, M. p., I !11 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. 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