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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
vol. XXII. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 3. 1894. NO. 10 Pylhlnnlsni Must not be Exposed. (To the Editor of Interior Journal.) Thy following ntntieiiiK lum boon received at thU ollicn. Stiiasiiuiio, Va., Mar. 'JIM. I lonrn Hint Cot. J. II. Powell, of Kentucky, 1h exposing rytlilaniniM. I don't think tho Knights ought to allow this to bo done. It Ih shame mul nn outrage. Secrecy is our utrongt'Ht protection against frnud and Imposition. It In to our very existence. You never hear of uny smart Aleck kIvIiii: nway the OJd Follows, twisting tlio horns of the cental KlkB, or divulging tlio tricks of tliu Masonic liillv coat. Such auda cious conduct would not bo n good thing for bin wholesome. Then, why should the Knlclita of l'ythiiw bo subjected 10 bo great indignity. Why should tho ups and downit of an Orient rrluce be Tho man who attumpta to us should bo severely dealt with according to Oriental taw, bo ho a thoroughbred or ono of tho first families of Virginia. Tho Colonel is coming to our town to cut ids capeis He won't do it though, not much. A committee of 20 lias been appointed t3 Investigate tlio matter. I'rof. Adler, who controls ono of tlio in this section, has kindiy furnished us with a bushel of eggs which his hens nfter long travail huvo failed to hatch. These eggs rattle when you shako 'em, and they Binell when you break 'em. The odor thereof is not Ilka unto tlio attar of Hose. They have been distributed among tho members of tho committee, bravo and determined men who -will be at tho Opera House, not to present (lowers that wither and die, but to present the more substantial hen fruit in such n etnkiug manner as will make Col. P. yearn for his old Kentucky home, that land which boasU of the fastest horses, best whisky, prettiest women and ugliest men on tho habitable globe. I am willing to how my head even unto tho dust of tiie earth and divide the lait ntltch of my clothing with a Kuight of Pythias in distress, but I can not, will not permit insult to the Pythian knighthood. Br the Heavens above us, by tho hills that seem eternal, 1 swear that the j secrets of our Order mutt and shall be preserved. Yours Heroically, Gait. Sampson I.kanpab Jo.nkh Daniel Haugh, ot Olaric county, hid , celebrated his 105th birthday Sunday. I'nlike most old men, he doesn't claim to have known tho distinguished characters of the early times. Ho has always been temperate, but has never denied himself a drink when he wanted it, ia fond of tobacco and can still dance a An enterprising Marion county farmer, who believes there is something in a name, lias christened his jack "Breckinridge," and tlio Harrodsburg Democrat suggests that Hreckinrldging bo added to the vocabulary with Harking, Hullerizing, Ac. An exchange speaks of nn Indiana boy so tall he can't tell when his toes are cold You all know tho Augusta boy so slim ho can't tell whether ho has the backache or what. Augusta Kp palter. Lawlon A. Sherman, aged 9l, ami j lit. . If.. 11. ...it OT rhtta.tpfu.l liiut SJiit 11 r.ljiv ' at Exeter, H I , the 7S anniversary of their m.irriage. This week they buried ttieir eldest daughter, aged 77. A Missouri judge sentenced two men to prison, one, being Itinerate, nil inn learned to read, and the other till ho j taught tliu uneducated oll'ender. Their Luted three weeks; J mi go j. Aouie .11111111, 01 lA'xmgiuii, I Past Grand Muster of th. Kentucky Ma-Bons, denies tlio story of a movement to ) expel Congressman W. O. l fio.n ttiat order. Col. Ureckinrldgo brings to mind tho Frenchman who said there was only one thing ho could not resist Georgo S. Hubbard and Mrs. Aimer Koborts, twins, celebrated their Slst birthday at Farmlilll, O., last wotk. Three murders were executed on tho eamo Bcallbld at Paris, Texas, Friday. The Richmond Register gets funny ami shoots oir the following : "There was nn exciting local option election at Stanford on Monday, and the "drys" carried It by a majority of 24 in a vote of 1,020. Local option is a good thing in small towns like Stanford, Danville, Lancaster, Uerea, KinRstbn, Kirksvllle, Boar Wallow, etc, but when it comes to a city liko with a population of 0,000 and an annual revenue of $22,000, nothing but liinh license is worth a cent. With high license tho city is able to employ a number one police force, order ia strictly enforced, nobody ia liable to bo killed by drinking aconite Instead of whisky at drug stores, "blind tigers" have their fangs drawn, a splendid system of water works inaureB Immunity from loss by flre, tho council have plenty of funda to open Btreeta, give coal to the poor, feed yea, and throw money to the birds." surprise to pvrsoai It will be in agreeable aiucks of bilious eolis to learn that prompt to i.fi.i mav be had by taking Colic, Diarrhoea IUmedr. In acy Cholwod attack may be prevented by taking this asanas the first symptoms of the d mtd YppeJr. J nd 50 cent Doitl.s for sale by Dr. SO. flocker, Diugfiist, Sunlord. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Klder John S. Sweeney hold a pro- trncted meeting a Nashville and brought '..') into the fold. Klder Z. T. Sweeney closed a meeting at Hustle, Florida, with 7fi additions. The meeting wiih held in a tent. During tho five months' absence of Dr. Talnmge, his pulpit is to bo supplied by tho well-known evangelist, 11. Fay Mills. Tho Ml. Vernon Signal snyH that Klder .lop. Hallon baptized nnd received into tho Christian dhurch seven young ladies at his last appointment there. Southern Methodist have 3,015 parsonages for their 4,000 charges, nn of 1,000 parsonages in the last Boven years, due, it is Baid, largely to the Woman's Society. A. J. Alexander, of Woodhurn, has given tiio Loulflvillo Presbyterian Theological Seminary, property in Chicago worth 1100,000. The seminary now liaa nn endowment amounting to SMO.OOO. Dr. L. II. Illanton, through whose labors the Presbyterian church at Ford was organized, and the house built, has organized ono nt Valley View, and a now edillce of worship will shortly be dedi cated there. Richmond Register. Hev. W. I). Klce, of Ilrackon, has been appointed Slate Superintendent of the Christian Kndeavor Societies and ho will bo to push and explain Christian Kndeavor work in tho State, explain the micHionary and ether general enterprises of the order. Kin veil evangelical societies are at work in Mexico with 177 missionaries ami 51'.! native assistants. There are congregations, .1S5 of which are organized churches, and 118 church buildings There are 10,2"0 communicants, and about 50,000 adherents. The Haptlst Year Hook for 1S01 is just out and shows that theie were haps tizedin ISO I, 170.007; excluded, 17,050 total members, value of church property, $7S,(0.",700; contributions, f l'-500,710 03; ordained ministers, Uo.tol; churches, :SS,1J2; chartered institutions, 15'.', with 1,81)1 teachers, 2li,W,H students and .11,S02, 002 worth of property. w j, F,f.f , ,inunmer eVa,,Kel!i,t of irginia, is holding a meeting nt Mayaville, having closed at Charleston, W. Va., with 500 professions. Ho has been in evangelistic work only a little more than four years, yet under his preaching there have been 15,000 additions to the churches in tho Southern States. When ho was converted ho was over 110.000 in debt from gambling atid drinking. He has paid all'thia back and is now comfortably well off. CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. Tom Napier is the proud fathir of twin girls. Miss Uettie Iliggina and little Georgia King have been really sick with but are better. Messrs. Joe nnd Will Brooks are visiting their mother and sister. Ask Mrs. Sue Holmes who was Anril tooled. Minn IIikI Mmoi.m UIltertained her friends at Mr. Dan Hoi- man's Friday night in splendid style. Mre. Kittiu King ia just back from the city with the nicest nnd haudsomest lino of Boring mtlliuerv over brought to this place. Shu ttianks her customers for past favors and desired their further patronage. She also has the latest designs and trimming. MATRlulMAUrlAtTERS. Tint fi1iiiniii .SnoHiitfir HiivH flint Mf Mc wlLMt( of CiH()V) am, Mm daughter of Charles It. Page, wero ried iu the Christian churcli there last week. Mr. Wheat is tlio leading count, 01 xosemite ami an excellent an enterprising citizen. lie was slierill of Casey, but resigned on account of tiie new jury law. His bride is said to be a highly accomplished nnd loveable young lady. The I. J. sends congratulations ami best wished Chanokon tiik Q & C On Sunday April 1st, the spring schedules of passenger trains on tlio Queen fc Crescent went Into eil'ect. The service has been carefully arranged with a view to tiie convenience of tlio public, and in order to handle spring and summer tratllc in a manner most comfortably and promptly. The equipment of tho Queen & Crescent ia known everywhere for its elegance and convenience, und tho new schedules nre intended to increase ita value to tho traveler. Ask agents,, for time, information, etc. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. When Baby traa Jclc, we gara her Gutorl. When sho wo a Child, the cried tot CostorU. When tho became Mlsa, she clung to Castor!. When the had Children, she grve them CantorU. Our better halves say they could uot keep house without Chambeilaln's Cough Remedy. It is used in more than half the homes in Lords. Sims Mros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows the esteem in which that remedy Is held where It has been sold for ears and is well known. Mothers have learned that there Is nothing so good for colds, croup and whooping cough, that it cures these ailments quickly and permanently, and that it is pleasant and sale for children to take. 33 and jo cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, Stanford LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. K. K. Wilson returned Sunday from n extended visit to Williamslnwn, Lex- ington, Paris, Georgetown, Frankfort, and Indiana. S. W. Warnack was thrown from a horso nuar Pittsburgh last Friday and had n collar bono broken. He is doing well nnd his many friends hope he will lo up in a short time. I Bin glad to writo that tho roport that (Mine to me in regud to Miss Sallie Baugh is not true and thai instead of having consumption, it was only n threatened attack of pneumonia, from which alio is rapidly recovering. After reading tlio law in regard to sixth clats towriB, tlio board of trustees of Loudon have decided to tender their resignations to tho county judge on Monday, April 0, nnd nil parties, who are interested in either a change or the retention of tlio old board have a right to present same to Jinlgn Harnett, Never Kiss nnd Tell. Tho Tattler Column of the Louisville Times is edited by Miss Elvira Miller, a bright little woman whose apt and piquant comment on current matters, is so pointedly expressed, has this to say of a man who has placed himself below decent consideration by tho fair Bex. Tlio attention of the feminine delegation from Kentucky is now given to Kan-kin Koasel, who turned State's evidence on Miss Pollard ami testified against her this week. If there is anything contemptible in poor, weak human nature, it is the mini who kisses and tells, thereby exposing his own superlative greenness nnd moral meanness. There whs nothing especially awful in his being engaged to a fascinating woman, and he would have been a chump devoid of any appreciation of tho beauties of nature had lie failed to take all the kisses he could have gotten. But is the tolling about it all that causes the women to sing the Doxology over Itossel. A man of the world keeps such secrets to himself, and if called upon to testify in court he perjures himself like a gentleman and tiie Prince of Wales. Itosell has nothing to gain by this trial, and he has stepped down from the witness stand with his liabilities far in execs of his assets, bo far as the opinion of all honorable men and women is concerned. To kiss a woman and then go anil bill-post the fact is as bad as to go to a man's house, borrow a rope from him nnd then request him to come out and be hung. How Much Rain Will Fall? Tho Weekly Courier-Journal has struck a popular note in ita weather guessing contests. A wonderful amount of interest was taken in the oiler of SI.- 000 for the closest guesses to the coldest day and temperature during February, at Louisville, and much valuable information was gathered by subscribers on the subject. Tin's contest has just been decided, there being 2S lucky guessers. The Weekly Courier Journal now makes I on the same line, For tho clom'Ht guises to tliu amount of rain that wll fall at Louisville during the month of May, the Weekly Courier-Journal will give $1,000. Tliis money will bo divided into It) presents one of $300, two of $100 each, two of $50 each, four of $2" each, and 10 of $10 each. Each guess must bo accompanied by $1, to pay for ono year's subscription to the Weekly Courier-Journal, tlio best democrat published. Tlio rain fall is measured, to the hundredth part of an inch. The heaviest rain-fall in May during the past 20 years wan bovcii inches and forty-six hundreds of an inch. Tiie lightest was one inch even. The measurements are uuide by the Government ollicials of tliu Weather Bureau nt Louisville. Sample copies of the paper with full particulars of the contest, will besontfre" to any address. Write at once, as under no circumstances will any guesses bo received after April 30th, Weekly Courier Journal, Louisville, Ky; Illinois and Wisconsin, As every one knows, contain tho most delightful summer resorts in the northwest, and they are beat reached by the Wisconsin Central, which lias been very aptly termed "the line of lakes." Particular attentiou has been paid to this class of travel, nnd every comfort and convenience of passengers looked nfter. There aie good hotels at all these retreats which open about June 1st and afford very good accommodations at reaaonable rates. For full particulars, maps and guide books, addresa Jas. C. Pond, Genl. Passr. Agt. Milwaukee, Wis. m t Thoie who never read the advertisements in lieu newspapers miss more than they presume. Jonathan Kcolson, ot iiolan, Worth county, Iowa, wno liaa oeen trouoicu wuu rneumamm in nis back, arms and shoulders, read an item In his ner about how a prominent German citizen of K Madlron had been cured. Ho procured the same Hxlllna anil tr ia li s a Aurit iifMrnt (Iff ttrti ma ItlCU wtllVi siuu w ww iaa j a nvew wuavui jw right up. He also says: "A neighbor and his wif were both sick in bed with rheumatism. Their boy was over to my house and said they were so bad he had to do the cooking, I told bim of Chamberlain's Paiu IUtmand how It had cured me, h got a bottle and it cured them up In a week, jo cent bottles lor sale by Dr.S. G. Hocker Druggist, Stanford. A Coolkv Creamer iu the house is liko a self-binder. It does tho work. At FarrisA Hardin's. M. M. and John O. Miller, of have failed for $30,000. LANCASTER, J2ARRARD COUNTY. j There will bo work in tho Master's degree nt tho Masonic lodge Monday j enirg. i Mr. K. W. Morrow, tho energetic jeweler lias gone to New York lo take a special course In fitting eye glasses. Tho fioveral persons who joined tlio Christian church recently will bo baptized in Dix river Thursday afternoon. Slierifr Hobinson left this morning for tho penitentiary with George Hull-man, who goes up for eight years for attempted rape, and Simon Kngleman, who got two years for breaking into a store. Mr. Henry Arnold died Sunday morning and will be buried this morning in the Lancaster cemetery. Funeral services will bo held nt tho Christian church, conducted by Elder Gowan. Lancaster ia on a boom in the way of Bocret organizations. The MasonB meet on Monday vcnings and haven large at tondance; the 0 Id Fellows hold forth on Tuesdays; tho Knights of Honor have their meetings on Thursdays and tho Knights of Pythias meet on Fridays. The last named order now has 100 members. Tho now town ordinances went into effect Sunday. Among them is a taw prohibiting card playing of any kind in tho public rooms of the hotels and livery stables; one against leaving horses standing on tlio streets unhitched and one requiring country people to pay a license to peddle produce or meat in town. The council repealed the taw they made against giving a man a drink. Circuit court adjourneJ finally Saturday afternoon. The last days were occupied by the trial of a will case. Some of the heirs want the will of Mm. Indiana Phillips set aside on the ground that alio was not capable, mentally, to make one. There wero three lawyers on nside and every inch of ground was hotly contested. The jury could not agreo nnd were discharged. Tho Baker case, for the sale of the laud near tlio depot was continued until next August term, as was also tho Fain cases. The term was exceedingly "poor picking" financially for the attorneys. Mrs. W. E. Bradley entertained Sat urday evening iu honor of her guest, Miss Hattie Vaughan. Messrs. Jim ami Randolph Harris, of Louisville, nre here visiting relatives. Mr. Graham Frank, of Lexington, visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Borders, of Point Buruside, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Denny. Miss Kate Kinnaird is in Danville this week. Miss Julia May Gaines entertained a few friends Saturday evening. Mr. Steve Tutors, of Stanford, haH accepted n position as trainer in Walker A Norria' livery stable. Mrs. V. A. Arnold is reported eome better. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. of Crab Orchnrd, are visiting Mrs. C. O. Stormes. Jim Toad West has gono on duty as U. S. store keeper and ganger in Laurel county. It is calculated that each year there is an average of 0,000 murders commit ted in the United States, 130 legal hanging's ami 200 lynchings. Tlio Owentboro Messenger says that Sam Jones needs to go back to Bowling Green. Less than a yenr ngo he claimed to have, revolutionized the town and run whisky out of it. They had prohibition a few weeks, then tried high licenee and hare now dropped back to low license. A late cable from London is to tlio eil'ect that the bondholders of the Water Company have put up $00,000 to complete the dam nnd reservoir and increase tlio capacity of their pump and stand pipe. This will givo employment to 120 men, and will be a God-send to the unemployed. Thomas Donahue, an inmate of the Soldiers Homo at Dayton, O , fatally stabbed Henry Smith, also an inmate, while tho former was drunk. If the idlers had been out working for a living instead of living in luxury oil' of Undo Sam, tho tragedy would more than probably have never occurred. Misses Sarah and Linda Billings, of Winchester, O, aged SO and 40 respectively were found dead in bod. A note explained that their death was from poison, self-administered. One of them wbb engaged to bo married but the thought of separation from the sister waa more than she conld bear and they both chose death. A petition signed by GOO Breckin. ridge men in Oldham, Owen and Henry counties waa forwarded to Col. Breckinridge demanding that ho continue to fight his persecutors and make the race for Congress. The petition requests bim to make his first speech in Owen county, and insists on hia immediuto return to Kentucky. As a result of two great anow alidea on Canyon creek, in the Coeur d'Aleno mountains, Washington, three families, I consisting of 12 or 14 persons, aro man gled and bruised beneath thousands of tons of anow, and any possibility of any of them being rescued alive is out of the quostion. Snow had accumulated on the mountains to a depth of fully 60 feet, and the late raina caused the huge mass to move at several places. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Spring Session Tuesday, Jauttary 23d, 1894. Full corps of Conservatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Mutle and An. hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnlshod on application. PROGRESS COOK 0 -AT- onn S3 111 o VI W. H. HIGGINS. Before buying elsewhere. W. H. HIGGINS. WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower than any one. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. - See our Spring Stock of Buggies, Carriages Wagons, and Farming Implements. W. L. Withers, Salesman. B. K. WEARE1T. SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR Northern Seed Potatoes, D. M. Ferry's- (&AEDM ' graauSp E In bulk and package, ONION SETS AND FLOWER SEEDS Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, &c. White-wash Brushes, Scrub Brushes, Mops, &c. See that new Ice Cream Freezer we have before you buy. McKINNEY & HOOKER. NEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN STREET. You can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and paying Cash for Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, Tinware, &c. You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Class Staple goods and will be sold at a SMALL PB.OFIT FCa CASH. Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you can save money by trading with me. J. C. FLORENCE. MeRoberts' Drug Store, Opposite Court-House , "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS-, A Complete Stock of DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accurately Compounded. Give him a Call. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods For The Least Money. Call and see us. DE. S. G. HOCKER, Tb.o Drug-gist.