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"f sp ...li . .!!, - iH - ..' I ,!' J" ' '"V '' ' V J j& Y''" v v.1 pi 'r"i i- -- T- Semi-Weekly Interior Journal vol. XXII. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL -10. 1894. NO. -12 HUST0HV1LLE. Mr. John Kltfc liua gotui to Somer.J But. Tho HauRhmatt childrun Hint woro hurt by ft runaway horeo ft few dajB bIdco nre aRin in pcIiooI. Mr. McAfee, who has been sick for tho lost two wet'kB, is improving and wo hope to eeu hlin out noon. Sam Lusk, who is attomliiiK pctiool at Allrgliany Academy, Lexington, is hero on n visit to hia mother. Tho ralnu have put a Btop to plowing nnd cold weather tHMiins to bo tho prevailing Cushion of tho w father thiB miring- Tho contract for writing by-laws and ordlnanctBof tho town were lot by bids, tho lowest bidder being Mra. Henry Crtmnitz,,.W.2fi Mr. Tlldcn Oook, of the Btnil' of tho I. J., wbb in town Sunday. Wo think ho brought hia "tninner" back from tho play at Stanford. There is no "Morse" on TUden'a feet. Mra. Donnoldson, daughter, nnd Bon nro visiting Mr Jennie Carpenter and her on, Crawford, who in attending Christian College. They are from county nnd w hopo thoy may bo able to Bty long with ub. Grammar teaches us that wo may ndmlro beauty but not twUo it. That wa tho cobo with tho "Orchentry" that auuh Bweot mimic for "Katio Dean" that played nt Stanford last Saturday niRht. "A word to tho wise is Bufllcicnt. One of Stanfords oldeat citlzenB told vour correspondent that llustonvlllo is ono place that will always feel more like homo to him than any other placo on earth, that ho wont there when quite young and spent bin younger dava theto tho happiest of his hfo. As ,ho is now on tho Bhndy side of life wo invito him back to tho scenes of his childhood and there in peaco to live tho rest of his Rood life. Tho barn of Mr. 10. O.J Lyon was burned Saturday nfternoou. How tho flro originated Is unknown, perhaps combustion of heated hayl was tho canso Thero wnstwoflno horsoa'llnl the barm but tho fire in tho hay spread so fast that it was ImpoRflble Jto save them Had somo fow machines but none (if any great worth. Ho aleo lot about 100 barrels of corn. Tho loss will amount to $2,000 with no innurancw. MATrMrMrMATTERS. It is now tho proper capor to hnvej vour wedding preaeuta Btolen. The ad- ... "ll.k ill A bIhj vorlisemetil la imraenov. urn iuo omlo of the Btago who ustnl to play the scheme with their diamonds, simply smile, or laugh low and awootly as they read these thrilling Btorlea. Mr. Ned Wiseman, of Danville, wll lead to tho alUr on tho 2oth of this month, Mias Grace UollinBhead, of Dav-ton, 0. Tho ceremony will take placo at tho homo of the bride In Dayton. Mr. Wiseman Is well-known and liked here, whero ho formerly attended school. HIb Intended brido is known to be a moat charming young Domocrat.iiiiiip m Mrs. CoThbe7tHiilHtt, of Louisville, has written another cirdjon the cav, her drat having been tho occasion of bo much adverse comment She says: Tho moral which I wished to convey in that card was- If women would only conduct themselves properly on all occasions, and bo only true to their own womanhood, wo would never havo euch .men as Col. Breckinridge to contend with, nnd 1 say bo Btill, regardless of tho opinions of the public, the prena or tho whole world. AndJI for one woman, hnvo tho independence and moral courage to not only proclaim this opinion, but to defend It to life's end. I n very hard on my own box, I confess, and when I givo sympathy to any one it will never bo misapplied. I havo as much 'Christian charity' as any of my box. but it will neVer go out to any iuii ueugeu, fallen female who willfully glvea up all a 'ten-dollar-bill,' Bhe a mesa of pottage, a congressman, or, Indeed, any price, and then pleads seduction. I repeat, both are to blamo and should Buffer. The woman I blatno far moro than tho man." Tho highest court of Mexico has confirmed the death sentonco recently pass ed upon Charles Adams, tho American who killed a waiter in a restaurant in the city of Mexico three years ago. Adams will bo shot within the next few days. The pop Governor of South Carolina ia out in an interview predicting political earthquakes and cyclones, tho democratic administration, and demanding a political union of the South and West on a plat Threo students of the Baptist Mission College at Wewoka, the capital city of the Seminole Indian Nation, murder-a fellow student by throwing hlra from window. The victim was a an Tndiaii boy. m t surprise to persona sub-. affrecable he t. -ill an Jh.tickiSfbilioui colic to team that prompt i. '. Tb. . .$ by Ukin Ch.mberla n'a Co he. remedy as loon atn fTr.t -?? of ,'J" & ni1 c'nt DOIlla u .... aoDcar. aj 5 , S G. fucker, Druggist, Stanford. CHURCHAFFAIRS. Kov. J. 0. Kurtt, of Iiurdstown, who held a gracious revival nt the Biptist chuich several ycaru ago, is conducting a meeting nt Lebanon. A protracted meeting commenced at tho Biplist church last night, in which tho pistor will bo assisted hy another preacher in a few days. Pastor II F. Taylor writen from Har-rodsburc: "Closed n good meeting nt High Bridge on tho 2Urd Inst., with 10 additions. Western Iteconl. India in 1S51 had 1,000 christian converts. To-day thero nro 230,000 christians and 1,000,000 adherents to Christian churches. The number of converts last year was 21,000. The Now York Methodist Kpiscopal Conference demands tho expulsion of Co). Breckinridge from Congres? to show tho public abhorence of his depraved life nnd as tho only atonement that can be nude to that Christian sentiment which ho has so grodsly outraged. The Advocrflo savH of Key J. O. A. Vaught's meeting: There have been more than 00 conversions during the meeting now in progress at the Methodist church. Between 30 and 40 of these will join the Methodist congregation nnd the othera will go to tho other churches in town. It Ib now pretty generally known that there is to be a great celebration a the closo of tho 10th century, nnd tho ushering in of tho 20th. A great deal of effort is being made to carry out n very unique, though grand plan. It is proposed that the Columbian Liberty nnd Pence Bell be rung on tho spot where the shepherds heard tho chorus of angelic voices proclaim, "Peaco on earth, good will to wards men." Tho idea is to hnvo the hull connected to all parts of tho wnrld by tolegraph and cable. Then at a specified time nil telegraphic business is to be suspended, every congregation in tho religious world be assembled in its place of meeting, each having a wire connected with the Jertistlem wire, and the bell be rung and the message of "peace" he Hashed over the earth. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. G. A. Peyton sold to M. F. Klkln fat cow Cor 125. Kgga nro belling a 0 in Lancaster. Thoy are Si here. Wa.ntkii. A small lot oC corn. Apply at this office. ' Nancy Hanks, 2:01, ia one inch higher than sho is long. Wnlker Bout sold to John Johnson, of Boyle, four fat heifers at 2Jc. Sandldgo Bros, sold to different parties three combined horses for $550 W. P. Good bought in Boyle and Mercer n lot of fat heifers and steers at $10 to $15. Mr. J. S. Hundley has sent his hand noine eecond jewel stallion, Jem, to Marion county to make tho preaont season. To closo out a partnership, a good pair of Fairbanks stock scales will be sold at my house at 3 r. m., April 18th. A. K. Denny. T. A. Elkln sold to nu Atlanta party a 2 year-stallion by Arthur Sims and out of laily Forrest, owned by J. K. Bruce, for $250. It ia Bald that Uussell Bailey received $1,000 Cor breaking Axle, by Axtell. At tho beginning he was a most unruly and vicious horeo. Ono hundred nnd four acres of good grass land for rent, never failing water on it Apply to Mrs. Malinda Anderson, Preachersville. J. P. Chandler, auctioneer, sold for Harvey Helm yesterday, tho John Heed farm of 100 acres near Kingsville to I). A. Twaddle Cor $075. Ono hundred and Corty-two Bons of Hnmbletoninn, 80 Bona oC George Wilkes, 83 pons of Almont and 50 sons of Belmont have aired standard performers. J. B. Saunders bought of V. A. Lear a lot of 175 pound hogs at 4c. Robert GulloyaoldtoT. A. Elkin, a bunch of 900 butcher stuff at 2Jc Central Record. J. K. Bruco has bought of W. T. Stephenson 32 acres of land adjoining hia farm on Hawkins' branch at $27.50. Mr Bruco ia gradually coming into possea flion of nearly all of the rich land that lies on the branch. Tho peaches are killed everywhere except on tho mountain tops. Fruit growers aro beginning to turn their oyes to theae high places. It will not bo long until the mountains of Kentucky will be covered with all kinds of fruit. Joe A. Cohen bought Crom Charles Kennedy 10 100-Ib. stock hogs at 4jc. J. J. Chapman engaged 1,400 lambs in Mercer county last week at 4 to 4, June and July delivery, J. J. Chapman bought over 50,000 Ids. of tobacco last week at 4. 0, 0i and 7 cents. Woodford Sun. Notwithstanding the inclement weather a good crowd attended court yesterday, but if they did anything to apeak of after they came it is not on record. A few milk cows Bold at public auction at $12.50 to $17.80 and several plug horses were disposed of at $20 to $02.75. W M. Lackey bought privately oC a Wayne county party 11 cattle averaging 1,014 pounds at ate B.E. Owsloy withdrew 54 sheep at $2 50. . LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. County oourt and lots of people in town Monday. Little Jim Huffla ludly off with rhuuiiintism. W. B. Catching is homo from Washington City for a few days. The four ehuruhCM all had services Sunday the Biptist, two Methodist nnd Christian. Elder Koiidrick cmnmunord protracted meeting at the Christian church Sunday night. , Mrs. Dempsey, an widow and Mexican war pensioner, died in London last Friday. Sam Warnaok is still in bed with a broken collar hone ani the town ha no marshal. However, we don't need any. Prof. Fulton, Walter Brock, Misses Dora Faris, Luny Far!, Lucy Jones nnd Mary Homing left Friday Cir a thhing trip to Rockcastle river. Common wealth's Attorney W. R Ramsey ia in from LphIIu county circuit court. Four persons were sent to the penitentiary from there this term. Next term of circuit court commences here on May 15. The republican primary in Clay county resulted ac follows: For Judge, Win. Parker, ex-deputy United States marshal; County Attorney, George Baker; County Clerk, Gill White; Sheriff, Will White; Jailer, Theo. Whito. A nice social party for tho young folks wns given at J. Harvey Penrl's Wednesday nijjht. A recital by Miss Nttio Smith's music class at James D. Smith's Thursdny night, nnd a hop at Col. F. B. Riley's Fruity night. CRAB ORCHARD. S. L. Blakemore, our enterprising colored barber, has bought the hand somest revolving nnd reclining World's Pair premium chair for his customers, ever brought to this town. He has a nice room, uses no tobacco or intoxicants, is polite and wishes a share of the public patronage, ns he does his work cheaply and stylishly. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Livington, of Cincinnati, are with Ur. Doores. Mrs. Dudderar, of Rowland, was also a visitor nt Dr. Doores this week. Misses Josie Sti phens and Lizzie Beazley nre home for a day or two, from the Lancaster school. Dr. Ed Kites wife aud babj are at Mr. John Eduiiston's. Mr. W. E. Perkins left for Louisville to-day to lay in n new stock ot goods, and, Mra. Perkins accompanied him. Mr. J. S. Fish was in town Saturday. Confederate Yeterans. In view of the coming re-union at Birmingham, Ala, April 25th and 2Gth, Gen'l J. B. Gordon, general commanding, asks that the press of tho country give its aid to the patriotic and benevolent objects of tho organization by publishing the date of the re-union, etc. Business of the greatest importance will be transacted at this meeting, looking to tho preservation of historic records; the care of disabled nnJ needy veterans who once woro the gray; the care of the graves of the Confederate dead, and other matters of moment. Let no veteran nnd no friend of tho veterans fail to lend his presence at Birmingham. Tho Queen it Crescent Route la agisting to make this occasion a successful ono by putting in a lowrntoofone fare for the round trip. This, s hen linked with tho magnificent equipment nnd train service for which tho road is noted, makes it tho most desirable Hue to Birmingham. It ia the shortest, the quickent, nnd has the finest trains from Now Orleans, Shroveport, Vickshurg, Jackson and Meridian, and from Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. Write to the undersigned or nsk agents for full particulars. W. O. G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Some mathematician has calculated tho capacity of Hen vou from Revelations xxi. 10: "And He measured tho city with a reed, twelve thousand furlongs. The longth, breadth nnd height are equal." Tho cubic contents would be 943,088,000,-000,000.000,000,000,000 cubic feet. Sup posing one-fourth of this space to be divided iuto rooms 10 feet square, there would be 30,32 1,893,750,000,000 rooms. Ho then atlows 2,570,000,000 inhabitants to each of the 100 worlds for every century, and calculates that each of tho 100 worlds may last 1,000 centuries longer, aud there will yet be in Heaven 100 rooms each 10 feet equnre for every soul. m Illinois and Wisconsin, As every ono knows, contain the most delightful summer resorts in the northwest, and they are best reached by tho Wisconsin Central, which has been very aptly termed "the line ot lakes." Particular attention has been paid to this class of travel, and every comfort and convenience of passengers looked after. There are good hotels at all these retraata which open about June 1st and afford very good accommodations at reasonable rates. For full particulars, maps and guldo books, address Jas. O. Pond, Genl. Pasar. Agt. Milwaukee, Wis. O. O. Moore, of the Blue Grass Blade, has been indicted for blasphemy and for nuisanco in issuing bis filthy sheet, aud bail was fixed at foOO. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Tho band stand is being painted by artist Jim Crow Dillion. Mra. Bonder will give a lecture to ladles only here Wednesday afternoon. Tho street lamps are now being lighted every night. Tho now board ia I inu thiiici alum? in the rii?lit direction. I Dr. Ross Burnside has moved hia family into the Jo Weisiger property on Lexington nvenuo and opened a doctor's shop over Stormo's store. Tho Odd Follows hnvo had tv,eirhall re-plastered and Crcscoed. It is now h.iid io he one cf the best lodge rooms ill the State. All the local orders meet there. Mr. B. Ballard, of Bryantaville, died Friday night nnd was buried in tho Lancaster cemetery Sunday. Ho was Hbout 30 years of ago and leaves a wife and two small childron. John II. Jackson nnd C. M. Randall wero nt Ely'a in Knox county fishing during last week. Mr. Jackson came in Sunday with two as line bass ns I ever Faw, one of them lacking only threo ounces cf weighing six pounds. Sunday morning during the services at the Christian church, a horse attached to n bugtiy in the hitching lot, became frightened and came near running into tho church door. Tho buggy was demolished and tho congregation greatly disturbed. Mr. Jim Cunningham, of Louavillo, is visiting his mother Mra. Mary Cunningham. Miss Lucy Ford, of Lexington, ia the guest ot Miss Juliette Reid. Dr. A. S. Price, of Stanford, visited his mother Mrs. Harriet Price Sunday. Mi?a Jane Lusk, of Paint Lick, is visiting her sister Miss Eliza Lusk. Mr. Eph Brown visited Danville Sunday. Miss Mamie Ourrey attended the oratorical contest in Loxiugton last week. Mr. Albert Sever ance, of Staufor I. wns here Sunday. Col. W. S. Ferguson and Dr. Jones, of Covington, are in town. Mr. Waller Saunders, of Sta Cord, was here Sunday. Tho Southern Baptist Convention Will be held at Dallas, Texas. May 11 to 15. Largo numbers of Baptis s in a I parts of the South, are interested in the question how to reach Dallas, and what it will cost. The Queen & Creecent Route takes pleasure in announcing a low rate of One Faro for tho Round Trip from points on its line. Tliis route is the direct line from the southeast. Through sleopiug cars daily from Atlanta, Birmingham, Meridian, Jackson & Vickshurg, to Shreveport, with direct connection at Shroveport for through trains to Dallas. Solid Vestibuled Trains every day in the year, from Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga, conuect nt Birmingham and Meridian with through cars to Shreveport. Trains from Louisville make close connection at Lexington with through service. On May 10th, through cars will be run from Meridian, Jackson and Vickshurg through to Dallas without change, to accommodate delegates and visitors from theso and inter mediate points. Let us have your name. We will take pleasure in writing you full information as to the rate, schedules, selling dates, etc. from your point. Chns. W. Zell, D. 1 A., Cincinnati, O. J. S Leith, T. I A., Lexington, Ky., A. Whedon, P. A., Louisville, Ky., E. T Charlton, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn . S. O. Rty, T. A. P., Birmingham, Ala., Jack W. Johnson, Tkt. Agt., Birmiiik! ham, Ala., J. J. Gray, Tkt. Agt. Miss., I. Hardy, A. G.P. A., Miss , R. A. Garratt, A. G. P. A., Now Orleans, La., W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. There are many mou whose lives have been as bad as Col. Breckinridge's who would not be as harshly judged if placed in his present position. It is not altogether his Unison with Miss Pollard that brings him universal condemnation, but it is tho miserable hypocrisy of his life. The cloak of an absolutely correct life which he has affected, his pretenses of religion, public addressee to religious so cieties and young ladies' seminaries, and palming bis paramour off upon reputable people as a proper young lady, havo left him no sympathizers, whereas, if he had merely beeu exposed in his guilty life with the woman under ordinary circumstances ho would have had many Oweuaboro Messenger. m m Jebs So. The scissors-grinder's sharp observation at a church class-meeting that "any man who saya ho can not sin and that he has reached sanctification, is a liar," was certainly a violation of the proprieties, but it can bo justified by mighty good authority. John, one of the inspired writers of the Holy Scriptures, tells us that "if we say that we havo no Bin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us." Louisville Times. T. A. Bradley, Danville, will pay the highest market price for wool. Writo for prices. Wool sacks can be fonnd at Farris & Hardin's. Our better halveaaaythex could Dot Leep home without Chambeilaln'a Cough Remedy. It is used ia more than half the homes in Leeds. Sims Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows the esteem In which that remed y Is held where it has been aold (or yeara and is well known. Mothers have learned that there U nothing so good for coldst croup and whooping cough, that It cures these ailments quickly and permanently, and that it is pleasant and sale for children to taVe. 15 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. Hoeker, Druggist, Stan, tord i IfiaVy f "rV'ijr V oL JB am ll " vtitiilBra tHf Hufiiniill h fJ H ill III KM j5KB.EL What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of MeKinney & Hoeker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries ancj other goods too. cajlxj oust tikieilvi: For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. McKINNEY & HOOKER. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. Full corpa of Coiuervatory and Normal School teacher. Superior courses in Literature, Music An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. McRoberts' - I'OR WAIX FAFIEUlo New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. The best inside wall finish; cold water process. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains, and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. i -BUY- lad Drue: Store, - W. B. McRoberts. Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -ALSO- THE - "COLUMBIA," The best Garden Plow on the Market, from 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. VV. L. Withers, Salesman. 3. IL WBAHEU. NEW CASH STORE. ONEAST MAIN STREET You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and paying Cash for Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, Tinware, &c. You are 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 PROFIT YOSt, CASS. Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you can save money by trading with me. J. C. FLORENCE. 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. a KOCnSXXL, Th Dnifffiit. S Si .