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1 u . l !,!;""" i j. s ' tyi "' t1 1 " w' ' ri'" ;i'r - -i Semi-Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxn. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 22. 1894. NO. 24 CRAD ORCHARD. Members of the Christian church' havo put n new roof ott thu church mid , havo nenrlr till the dampo done hy tltu storm repaired. There waa unusual manifested in thu prayer meetiuKfl at botli churches this week. Crub ni'eds a rovivnl anion; thu profess cJ ChristiaiiB iu her town. Tlien per. haps sinners will by seeing OhriHtlnns lead pure lives bo brought to realize their condition. Hro. Townsend, of Louisville, preached two very iuterestini: Burmous at the Hnptist church Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Dick and Mins Margaret Buchanan returned from Lnulvillo Wednesday, where they had befln hhopinkr and visitiiiK friends. Mrs. Harney Alex nnder, of New Liberty, is vieltlnj: her fatlier, Mr. Wlllinm b'tuart. Joiin spent Sunday with homo folks Meesrs. Jim and Mack Wntson, of Walton, are at their father's. Mies Lottie Dillion and brother, Oliver, am vIhMhk tho family of W. It. Dillion at Mrs. Isaac Herrin Is mother at Maretsbur. J. H. Kennedy, operator at Lebanon, Is at his Mr. Grove Kennedy, recuperating after a slight Illness. Dr. Kd JCtes, with wife and pretty batty, is up from McKlunoy, visiting Mr. John Kdtninton's family. Mrs. Kdmiston's health Is still very poor. There aro 11 stores now In Crab Orchard and competition is lively, l'eoplu como 20 miles to taku ndvantagnof cheap goods. Mr A. II. Hastin is buying and shipping tnn bark this season. J. W. James shipped two car loads of whisky to Louisyillo Wednesday. Mr. J. L. Car. sou took six bead of his tlno Jerseys to Louisville Wednesday, to Bell at tho Jer sey sale which was In that city Thurn-day. Mr. Carson's co wb were beauties Mr. (jus Ilofmann, proprietor of tho has had thu buildings and '1-- -"ft- grounds thoroughly cleaned and they aro Indeed beautiful. Mrs. Sallie A. 1 1 has had her well at tho depot cleaned out and a nlcu new pump put In and Crab Orchard Is Again prepared to give health and pleasure to all who visit her during thu Summer months. Quit" a number of quests aro now at the Springs. LvTiiKn lUsso.v. A Teiiuewjpn paper has this about thu man who spoke .all over this county during tho prohibition campaign of a fow years ago: In Memphis I last Sunday afternoon, at thu Auditorium, a largu assemblage of men and women were linpatlentlj awaiting .i... nf f.tnl.p tilts' ! miss her as tho days by, her faith' i . who i....t go H. temperance lecturer, I : ., . i . , , . , , fuliies in . , . ,nr .i,., -. i that which wai east be ng a advertised lor the been extuns vely , ... 1., ' i'ir Ph) to that wo .night bo i Tho hour i.i ,.,c.u,i T,..r us, cas on. passed, ,,.,,. , ... faithful in greater things, i.i it. I i ii.i, in the! and hitch seemed to be a halt a ,,..,. , , " e B',"' m'88 Lr 'r0" her n Iho ministers on .... ..i.. I i i . ud place in tho house of God. Wu e hall i ii i and earnest Qio form he d a hasty ., , ,, ii -i.- ..i ..i li88 'H'r n lno social circle, where sho ( on, wnen a v. ... . '"Y thn front and. in a voico choking with emotion, said to tho startled congrega tton: "I deeply regret that I have a most unpleasant duty to perform a duty which brings Borrow to tho heart and Bhamo to tho faco. I havo to announce -.1 II ,.., .,.,,f,,l niolntl Ml tll.ll , . UI1C Ul HID IUU v....v..u cause ot temperance, ono who to havo addressed you upon tho rlblo eirecU of the use of liquor Luther Uenson now lies drunk at tho Teabody i Hotel. Luther llenson is drunk in our1 midst. Altera terrific battlo with his appetite, an appetite ho beliuvetl liait i been wholly subdued, ho has yielded to temptation. Yesterday, In tho barroom of tho Teabody Hotel, ho uttered the ex- clamation, 'I will havo a glass of liquor if I have to kill a man for it. I know J you will join mo in tho deep sorrow and regret I feel that this brilliant able man should havo again Buccumbed to appetite," Cincinnati the great metropolis of tho Ohio Valley has many objects of surpassing In interest to engage the attention, but thu ono most productive of plensuro nnd educational value to the visitor is tho Zoo. The Zoological Gardens of Cincinnati I K were established yoars ago by a true philanthropist. They havo been fostered and improved by philanthropists, until now they aro tho most extensive and valuable in tho world an enduring monument to the magnanimity of their founder and productive of great good to tho whole peojjle. Kasy of access, possessing beautiful oconery iud buildings of pleasing architecture, with a Zaological collection Including specimens of every animal and bird in existonce, it Is an of which not only Cincinnati, but all tho territory tributary to it, should bo proud. There la really no place in or about Cincinnati where ono can spend a few hours ao delightfully as at the Zoo. Those of our readers who have been there appreciate Its attractiveness, and go every opportunity they have; and those who have not been there should ro the first opportunity they have. Buciln'BArnlc Salve. th. ht ulve to th world lor cum, bruitMi tores. ukn, lt rhoum, fever iore, jetter, cnp budt, chllbUini, cornt mad all iklo erup. 5". i. .:..w,iv cum Dilti. or no pay d Ii It iurnteed to.jove perfect tauilactioa or nontr" refunded. Price JS centi per bo. . For ale by A. R. Pennfi Stanlord, Ky. I LONDON, LAUREL COUHTY. -Circuit court commenced here to- day, Monday. There worts four additions to tho Hnptist church Thursday niyht. Tim s.'holars of the Laurel Seminary had an onjovnblo picnic at The 1'allHlast Friday. The school closed that day. Tho report of the board of school trusters ahoMB n decrease of .15 hcholars tho first year, all having moved away. Jim Drown, colored, of Lebanon, an employe on thu construction train hud hiit leg broke Friday near town, by letting a cross-tie fall on it. James Smallwood shot and dangerously wounded Milt. Green near Pitts IjiukIi, .Saturday, at a placu known as I he Crossing. Liquor was thu cause of it. A fow young men from London and Pittsburg went to Mt. Vernon Saturday to play a pa mo of base ball, but owing to the bad weather the game was declared oil. 0. II. Juris has taken down tho porch iu front of the old faris stand, occupied by O. W. Michler. It hadbem standing ever since I can remember and tho new appearance of tho front is moro pleasing to the eye. Saturday was n very unpleasant day. It snowed or rained from morning till night and a cold wind camu iu from tho North. .Sunday morning there was snow on the ground to thu depth of 12 inches. Tho limbs everywhere were broken from the trees, and wu could not havo told Winter from bummer except for tho leaves thereon. Mrs Ellen Rizer McHoberts. The Ladled' Aid Society of tho Presbyterian church adopted thu following resolutions at its last meeting: Whekkai, Having been called again to mourn th 1oh of ono of its most faithful members, wo bow iu submission to tho will of our dear Lord and Master and Kesolvo 1. That It Is a groat privilege and pleasure to boar testimony to a Christian character and to a life spent in usefulness, working with earnestness ami z"'al iu her Redeemer's uausc, J. That as it member of tho Aid Society, which she pined at its organization, there havo been few equal to her in attendance and f.iithfultiOHS. Indeed if sho woro absent from nny of its meet- ings it wai quickly Bald. "Something tin-I usual must havo occurred to prevent her corning." . .. .. . It "fl 4 T 1 I tl l " .'.inner in torsei, wo suaii waa ever cheery and hopeful for thofu ture; and thouuh wo miss her indeed, yet tlio memory of thu just is blessed, and whilst stio it no longer with us iu tlio body, yet with faith we can feol her spirit is near, that she with others that have gone before aro compassed about us. and so let us run with patience tho TaLl l,,Ul ,H sol before us, looking unto esus, tlio author and timsher of our faith. I. That we extend our sympathy to her sons and other loved ones and have these resolutions printed In the OK Joi'ltN'AL. Danvillk. Kt, Key. T. L Dudlov WM deliver h.s famous lecture, entitled tiiu Hmtoric Christ," at tho Opera Hollso ju this city at eight o'clock on Wednesday evening, May 30th. Iu tho afternoon of tho satno day ho wil' ,)rt!rtch at Trinity Kpiscopal church and confirm a chtHS. Mrs. J. K Farria and Mrs. (J. 0. Keller, of Stanford, aro visiting Mrs. W. C. Price. M, G. Johnson won tho inedal in thu Southern Inter Collegiate Oratorical Contest, tho fourth thu history of the association, held at tho University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. F. It. Douglas, of Centre, got onu vote for first and ono for Becond choice. W. Smith, of Stanford, joined tho Gun Club, and proved himself a crack shot. He broko IS out of 24, boating tho entire club. Advocato. This is the way an England paper enlightens its leaders: "President Breckinridge, of the Province of Kentucky, has been ordered by the High Court of Inquiry to pay $15,000 to Miss Madaline Pollard for breach of promise. President Breckinridge is a sou of tho late Wendell Phillips Breckinridge, vice-president of the United Stated during the civil war in that country, and who is said to have written the proclamation that freed tbe negro slaves. Miss Pollard is a daughter of the president of Harvard College, the mostconsideruble educational institution in Kentucky. It is thought President Breckinridge will be impeach ed." 'Do you carry nny life insurance?" was asked Mr. Waters. "Yes sir, $3,000." "In whose favor?" "In my wife's of course." "Can yon look her in the face?" "Certainly I can, why?" "Because uuo I can't Bee what excuse vou can gt vo her for living." Christian College Notes. adv.J Mrs. Xapier and her littio daughter, Dollie, wero at tho college Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. Joiiah Hisliop came up on Friday and were present at tho recital. Tho clsss iu Cicitr, composed of Misses Dollio Alcorn, Lillie Goode, Kate Haughman and Mnry Carpenter, passed a most rigid examination on thu first six booki. They read with fluency, excellently and showed a fine knowledge of thu grammar. The examination was highly creditable to both pupils and their teacher, Mlsj VanArsdell. The recital given in tho chapel Friday evening. May lsth, was, as usuab greeted by a crowded house. Tho program was made up mostly of "Old Fashioned Music," which was pleasing to the oar of many of tho older persons present, and which recalled halcyon memories ot tiy gone days, when ttio same eweet strains healed tlio wounds of disappointment, and oftentimes blended hearts that had font trivial cause been estranged. The want of spice will not allow us to mention each ptrformer separately, hut BiWlicc it to say that it was all much enjoyed, and convinced the patrons that the music class has made line progress un ler thu charge of Mini Bennett. The annual picnic excursion of tho teachers and pupils of Christian College, was taken on Saturday, May 12th, to Yosemito. Tho day was bright and the children were in n tine mood to enjoy it, and nil things seemed to concur to maku tho occasion memorable with thrilling pleasures. A splendid dinner was spreud on an eminence, overlooking tho little villiage, and as the merry crowil satisflail tho "inner man," the higher and in or., artistic senses wero gratified by a of the picturesque vailey, stretoinn.' m ..i imposing hills, w'ncti i... .i d it, rttand as sentinels guarding the peace uiid quiet of tho iiilm'iuatiia of in little city vi I dale, which, in many resp lis rutin u t in of the famed and historic vallov, for vtn en His tamed. Many iss ,vrrt mX' tondrfd by good pdonle. alt of wiuoh will i . be in-crib". 1 in memory's uloii n flio school desired to return ihaiiks to Me"srs J. W. Powell, J ilin Rout and Win, ' Dunn for the many KiniliicMa and the i manner in which they conduced to tho enjoyment of th i day. Messrs. Juuo Richer, James Harper, Willis Shrevea and Miss Fuunie Ii trper were pleasant additious to the crowd. Kvery ureptraMon is being made for the normal school, which opens ou June 11th and continues through six weeks. Tho principal and Prof. W. C, Grinstead, of Danville, are now compiling the tex's ' and arranging the courne of etudy so as to give the teachers attending, every possible advantage in the length of time allotted for the term. With the low prices and excellent advantage ollered no one, wiio contemplates teaching, can n (lord to miss it. All branches taught in public schools, with best and most improved methods, will be included in ttie course. Satisfaction guaranteed to all who como to learn. Teachers can complete tho coureo in time for August ex. aminatioiiB, and by close application may be ready for July examinations. Alge-lira and Latin taught, if desired, without additional charge. Christian College is an imposing three-story brick building, rooms large, will furnished, and finely ventilated. The grounds are beautiful and pleasantly arranged, and as a resort but few places in Kentucky equal it. Even those teachers, who hold first class certificates will find the course and methods very beneficial, and. the association and interchange of ideas among teachers can not fail to be of great bene fit. Terms. board, tuition and lights full term of six weeks, J2I. (Tuition alone $7. Mins Bennett will be iu the college during the summer and those, who desire to take music, vocal or instrumental, will have an opportunity at J I per month. For circulars address M.G. Thomson, Himtnnville, Ky. To the Democracy of Lincoln. At a meeting of tho democratic committee of tho Sth Congressional district, held at Lawrenceburg, April '26, it was ordered that county conventions be held at the respective court-houses in each county of the district on Saturday, May '26, at '2 o'clock, to appoint delegates to the convention to bo held at at 1 i'. m., June 5th, to nominate a candidate for Congress. In accordance with this order, I hereby call a convention to bo held at Stanford, May '20, at 2 o'clock i. m. for the purpose named and trust that there will be a full attendance. R. R. Gkntv, Chmn. Ashland, Wis. Tne lamous retreat In northern Wisconsin located on the Wis consin Central Lines at tho head of the Ohequamegon Bay is a most desirable spot for one to spend a summer outing, surrounded as it is by the beautiful Apostle Islands. Little need bo said of its econic beauty and health giving qual ities. This place should not bo over looked by those figuring on a resort for tbetr next summer s vacation, ine tour 1st will find excellent fishing and boating at this point, and good hotel accommo dations at very reasonable rates. For further particulars, maps, time- tables, and guide books apply to Jas. 0. Pond, Genl. Pasar. Agt, Milwaukee, Wis. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. , Tho supper at the Friday night was well patronized. The water works people am still consulting and say tho scheme is a sure go. A great many Bhado and fruit treeB were badly broken by the enow. Tho young ones especially were badly damaged. Tho republican comtnitteoic , county . . n. . .. Scho1 Hooks' Glass, Paints, Oils. the after-! met at court-house Saturday noon and selected delegates olasvillu convention to nominate a candi date for Congress. They go Mr. Xsdhan Klliott, Garrard College's representative wtio won tlje medal at Nicholasvlllo in tlio oratorical contest a short time since, as awarded first honors in a similar contest at Cynthiana Friday. Sunday was the annual bonnet show day at tho Fork church, but the snow prevented the usual large crowd from attending. A few of Lancaster's beauties and dudes braved the weather and went down. The chance of a invitation to a good country dinner is generally u greater attraction than tlio bonnet show. Mr. Henry Cartwright has again taken a position on the Record. We ate glad he's come back. C. S. Herring is hero for a few days. Mr. Will Urooks,of Crab Orchard, was hero Friday night and rode two "heats" on the K. I'. goat Mr. Casey M. Owsley is at home from Centre College for a weeks' rest. Klder Taylor, of Dauville, preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening, Eldor Greer preaching at Danville. Mro. Kevins, of Stanford, is visiting tier daughter, Mrs. Jas. Dillon. Messrs. Martin D. Hardin and Casey Owsloy have agreed to deliver their excellent orations at the court-house next Friday, tho 2oth. Mr. Hardin's subject is "What Next" and Mr. is Your Life." Mr. Hardin ha been awarded first honors on his oration in ovqry contest in which he has delivered it, whilnMX Giv. 1'roitor Knott says that! Uutdev's sneccli is thu best Iseever heard from n collegian. T'ley come here under the auspices of the concert baud. The geaerui admission to till parts of the house will he :o cents. As stated in your last, Mr. Dolph Hice aud Miss Myra Owaley drove over to Danville Thursday afternoon an I were married in the parlors of the Gilcher Hotel by Klder Kendrick, of the tian church. Their friends understood that they were going to Stanford, but tbe young lovers Btole the march on them. After tho ceremony they reptired 1 1 the hospitable home of tlie groom's father in lower Garrard, where an elegant supper awaited them. A large number of young folkB were- present to greet them. The bride is a most lovable young lady of 19 years of age, while the groom has barely reached his majority. The writer joins their host of friends in wishing them a happy voyage through life. Dit. Aixoh.n has this to say in tbe Advocate of the canvass in tho Hustonville precinct which promises to bo a heated one: "Magistrates are to be elected in this county this November and candidates are cropping out ail about us. 'Squire G. D. Smiley, of Morelaud, baa already announced himself. He is a mitti of mature years; has served a time iu that lino and uauts to again. His record is good. Along with many other gallant Kentuckians he invaded Mexico, and come out with flying colors, without a scratch. Then, again, when the thunders from Fort Sumpter nhook the laud he rode away to tho South and fought until peace came to the country. Next in order 'Siuiire L. Ii. Adams, who has served his county iu this same line and wauts to be endorsed again. He has n war record also of which he is not ashamed. With Hood and Hardee he stood in tlie front rank, during tlio bloody campaigns all over Tennessee and Georgia. LaBt but not least 'Squire John Bailey, already wearing the insignia of otllco and doesn't want to throw- it aside, oilers for tho same fat place. Ho is along in years also and his war record is no less brilliant than the others. With John Morgan's men he rode from 'Q'2 until tho closing scenes under the apple tree at Appomattox. To be with Morgan waa to be a soldier as many con flicts between Atlanta, Ga., aud Island, Ohio, amply proves. Size them up and take your choice. The voters of this precinct, however, have determined that they will not support either unless they make an active canvass aud speak at every cross road andschool house in the limits. They can now load their guns and begin to shoot. i Georgia has a woman mail carrier who not only delivers the mail on her little black pony over a 40-mile route tri-weekly, in a bleak and sparsely settled region, but manages a large farm as well, doing much of the manual labor and supporting her aged parents and crippled Bister by her indefatigable industry and energy. She is but 22 years old. Shelby ville voted 441 to 33 for water works and electric lights. DR. S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, utquors tor lueutcai rurposes. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and see us. DR. S. G. HOCK3E, Th. Druggist. -GO W. H. HIGGINS, For Your , Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Kose, Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. W. H. HIGGINS. I MEET WITH WHY? Because my friends trade with me, them vety much. I don't know a to get TJEiE BEST I For you to select from. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting. Come this week if you want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. J. O. FLORENCE. Bicycles We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will S-AVIE GOOD HIOIsrEl?" Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. W .H. WEAKEN & CO. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M.f President. Spring; Session Tuesday, Jnmiary 23d, 1894. Full corps of Conservatory sn.l N'ormul School teachers, superior courses in Literature, Music An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. MeRoberts' -FOR- WALL g 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 drugs and chemicals. Give us a Spectacles and Sundries of all kin, TO- SUCCESS, for which I appreciate and thank better way to get your trade than Drug Store, compounded with care from the best call. W. B. McRoherts. WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower than any one. Disc Harrows, Gdo. W. Brown Corn Planters. See our Spring Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. W. L. Withers, Salesman. B. S. WBARIHT. '. "''?