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Cl Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXII. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1894. NO. 25 I- The Kentucky Press Association. Kor the Kentucky l'reaa Association meeting nt Frankfort the following program id iinuounciMl: Wednesday, JUNK 0. 3 r. M "Tlie Journalist in I'olMcs," Don I). Htngo, Hartford Herald. Paper by Mtb. Ktiiiua Walker Herr, Lexington Observer. Subject to be cboBCMi. "Historical Sketches of tliu J. W. Hopper, Courier-Journal. "Stop My Paper," 1). H. Wallace, Independent. "Work of a Mountain liditor," J. J. Dickey, Jackson HtiHtlor. 1:30 i' M. lIxeurHlon, in charge of Entertainment Committer, to polnta of internal. 0 p. . Inception lit the Governor's uinntdou. THURSDAY, J UN i 7. D:30 a. M. Klection of ofllcera and other hiifliuftt). "The Wotuau Iluportt'r," Mien Klvlrn Syilnor Miller, Louiavillo Timea. Paper on tmhject to bo chosen, Georgo V. Triplet!, Oensboro Inquirer. "Suppressing Xows," Arch Pool, News. "Tliu Patent OulHido unit Its Kllects on Atlvcrtlnlnit," J. S. Van Winkle, Somerset Reporter. "PUto Mater, Ita Uses and T. II. Morris, Jessamine Jotirnnl. Paper on subject to be chosen, Uruco Hnldeman, Courier-Journal. "Boom Kilitlonii," CbarleH II. Hartt Morganihdd Sun. Paper ou aubjent to be chosen, J. M. H, HirdnhiatHI, La renceburg News. Thursday Afternoon Excursion to the tlrat high bridge on Kentucky river. Thursday Evening Hdl and banquet. Friday, Junk S. II a. M. Concluding husiiifha session. Membership fee of f 1 for each i her inuot be paid to tho secretary before ' June 1, an J the names of editors and I Accompanying Indies reported so that certilleatea for transportation cn be is i sued. Daily papers will be allowed tl,r , representatives each; Betni.weekhes, l each, kncli representative may be "c , companied by one lady no more. Tho following rates have been made to Members and accompanying ladies by the Frankfort hotels Capital, i'2 per day; Kenyon, il 60 per day, and Merriwether, $1.60 er day. The secretary will bo at the Fifth-avenue Hotel, Louisville, from 2 o'clock, June 5, until the departure of the train for Frankfort at 7 3r a. i., Juno G, and at that timo dual arrangements will be uiadu for thoae going via Louisville H. E. MonstsosTAK, Secretary Kentucky Press Association. Union Decoration Thero will be a uulon decoration at the National Cemetery, Danville, on Wed-' neaday, May 30th, nt 3 i m , on which occasion every Confederate veteran and ... P...ti.r.l vi.ti.ran ia cordiallv invi - 1 ted nnd requested to take part Come let us show to the world that wo aro a united neonle. Hon. W. II. Miller, of Stanford, will iquak on behalf of the' Confederates and Opt. Win. Herndon on behalf of tho Federals. Flowers be Ing exceedingly scarce this season, every one who can is requested to bring one or J more Binall bouquets j All tin craves of the Confederates as well as those of tho Federals will be dec JG Thomson and W, C. Grinstead, are orated with lings nnd HowerB. Every both experienced nnd practical touchers, Federal soldier, every Confederate sol-1 ami know just what public school and every Mexican war soldier in.ers ' need. At tho very low price nt Lincoln nnd adjoining counties are not which they propose teaching, each biuI only cordially invited, but earnestly re- every teacher can nllbrd to avail himself quested to come nnd join us In these of thu superior advantages ottered. triotic exerciaea. 'lhe students ol Centre College, the pupils of the Danville public school and tho I), it 1). Institute havo been Invited and nre expected to join us on that' occasion. Como one, come all. W . J. Doiion, G. 11. Doiiyns, Albx. TllIlllll.K, S. 1). Van Pklt, Committee of Arrangements. Mississippi City, Miss., haa a regular case on Its hande, in which n prominent doctor and a society widow are parties. During his wife's lilo, Dr. J. M. Wright divided his affections with her and Mrs. Low. Ho main, tained illicit relations with the widow with tho natural result. A'child was born and Mrs. Wright dying about that time, the woman importuned the doctor to marrv her. whlchsho claims he promised to do. Ho didn't, however, nnd a suit for breach of promise has been entered. A held bank robbery by outlaws at Longvlew, Tex., ended in a terrible trag, edy. Armed men secured 2,300 from tho National bank, and in the fight that ensued one of the.rqbbera waa killed, aa was also a citizen; one man was fatally wounded, another badly shot and several slightly flhofc , . The cadeta of Hogsett Academy will for w?k h8 Ken go Into camp tucky river next Monday. The camp will be named In honor of Gen. P. Watt Hardin. At Ashland, 0., George Stoat fell dead and. bia son, Elmer, went crazy the game hour. HUSTOHVILLE. Mipses Helen Taylor, Heulah nnd Kan Admna visited MIsh Xa'init) Kennedy. -The snow last Sunday morning made the farmers oyes spread wider than nuy freak of nnturu haa dono lately. Miss l!eHie Mooru ia visiting friends in Danville this week. Mr. Moae Cook returned from Paris with tho latest styleB in wouu'Iih' hats. Mr. W. K. Williams is a candidato for trustee in the Ilustouvillu public school district. He ia n Henniblo, conservative, good man and will mako n good trustee. If the trustees of tbu town would repeal ttioir hog laws and let the hog go at lurge, tliey would do the town a great good, nnd promote the general of the place. They do cay that Dr. Drown ia going to California. Wonder if ho is going to take Middle McIIune with him. He told the repot tor IahI week thai it was nil mtulu up and ready between them. Charlie Green, the handsome young man of your town, was up Friday on hia wheel. Aa ho went through town yon could almost huh girls' hearts Hying nfter )dm like bumblebees after the harvest mule. The collego girls spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mrs. Gover, of Turnersville. Mr. W. D. Chestnut and wife, of Danville, W. C. Kelley, of Knoxville, and Mr. Whipp, of Liberty, wero in town Saturday. The Hecrh Grove Society will meet Friday night. 1 lie subject foNdebatu ia atllriued, "That Dread and Bolter are greater Nutritives than Biscuit and It promised quite Interesting. All come nnd hear it. The entertainment given nt tho lege last Friday night was a great treat, Nothing could please tho lovera of music more than tho old time melodies thnt were, played by tho music pupils. The stage was decorated with Dowers, Mim Bettio Powell, accompanied by two of her schooluntes from Texas, will ,,,,, ,lfJIK, Fri(1 ., Mr 0 a .. . . ........ , U.....U n p,i u (.tvvtiuil w f new houso soon. They say it will not acuommodat any Roses and Rubies. Sid Adams was in Luicaster Sunday to see his best girl, so ho sitys. One young man of this place called on a lady to take her to the at O. O. Her father, however, had a few words to say in tho matter nnd when he got ready to leave ho left by himself. Wo don't know what he told him. It a few mora fithera of this city would do the simu thing they would have less oil to buy. A certain young nun of town went l0 e(!0 nlfl K'rl the otuer night anil carried 'oil tho keys to tho store, leaving hia lather to close up. When the hour for closing arrived, the young man hadn't returned with the keya. When ho did arrive the neighbors Bay they heard the old man splitting boxlids. When you get an older Ellis started, by "George'1 thero is no stopping him until eomo one gets whipped. The normal school, which ia to open in Christian Collego June 11th, promises to be one of the tlnest in the State. The building and aurroundings are all in tine condition and everything equipped for tho business. Tho principals, Profs. M. CHURCH AFFAIRS. I. i Elder Keene's meeting at the Carlisle Christian church had '.'') additions. Chit-ago is to havo a church eight Btories high. When some of the Chicago people get up in the top story they will bo nearer Heaven thnn thev can over expect to bo in any other way. Georgetown Times. Tliu Cumberland Presbyterian Assembly, siting nt Eugene, Ore., decided, by a vote of S3 to SI, that women shall not bo ordained to preach. That seems to havo been unanimously decided in a similar way away back yonder in Paul's time. See Tim. 1! l'. The subject of organic union with the Northern Presbyteriau church brought forth n heated discussion at the Southorn Presbyterian Assembly at Nashville, which refused to even discuss those subjects that have been regarded as barriers to the proposed union. The Northern Assembly at Saratoga made farther overtures on the subject, one speaker declaring that longer separation q( the two branches of the church would be a prime, The Methodist church couldn't hold tho crowd that gathered to hear Rev. H. 0. Morrison Tuesday night. Long before dark vehicles began to coma in from the country and the church was soon filled with eager people. The good brother brought the sanctified another message and strengthened them in th'o faith. Judging by all the indications be seems to have gotten very near to the hearts of this people LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Circuit court is in session, Judge A II. Clark, presiding; W. II. Ramsey, Com inonwealth's Attorney. No important cases have been tried yet. Th students of Laurel Seminary gave n free exhibition at Jackson's Opera IIoubo Tuesday night. The house was crowded to overflowing, nnd tho pro graiumo was a splendid one, enjoyed and encored. Alf Bright, who M said to bo in the liquor business near AlUmont, gotdrtink in town Tuesday and shot n pistol on Main street in London. It wasn't three minutes until ho was In the hands ot ollkvrs. Editor Ed Smith was here during tho week. You may call him any name vou want to, but there la one thing certain them is no compromise in him so far as politics are concerned. He believes in straight goods and wants the yards wide and a few extra inches on the length. A constant reader of tho Intkhiok Joi'itNAt. requests me to say for the benefit of Mr. Rout that tho 17th day of May, -10 years ago, didn't come on Sunday, and therefore ho is undoubtedly mistaken about the snow and frost ou that day, and also in regard to the corn planting, Ac. The gentleman is old enough to know, but I am nf raid ho wont liko to read it. Win. Stott, of Bird Eye. Tenn., shot and killed John Collins near Lily, Tuesday. Stott had married a young lady named Walker whoso family lived near that place. Hia wifo had some misunderstanding with him and threatened to leave and go to her father's. Collins was an English man, CO years of ago, nnd was boarding with the famllj nnd ollered to take the young o nan home, to which I am told Stott ";: v I. After he left Stott followed on t'e n- nn. He went to where CoMim w U miles from Lily, called hi n m l the hotis nnd told him he hail notuuii: njiiust him. but wanted to havo a talk with him. Wlien Stott tot an opportunity h puled a p s- j which will prove to Im of considerable t'jl, piaced it to Collins' ha-l nnd hinw vilue to its iMiiers. An Electric Ligl t his brains out. This is the best informs Simmi thU will b adopted as boon f8 tion I can get. and, although the grand brought out. A partner wanted to pro-jury has not acted on It, fie case seems cure pttfiit. to bo a very had o u: LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. 1 On Monday w had as visitors, A. J Chestnut nod wife, of D.mville, 0. P Brown, of Hustonville, and ou Tuesday, Ira G. Taylor, wife nnd brother, of Cincinnati, John P. Davis and son, of Stan-, lord, all at Exchange Hotel. Judge G. RaiiiB and Squiro J. D. Owens havo gonu to Jumestowu. Dr. J. W. Ellis, of Owetisboro, and interesting family, with the exception of j his son Willie, started Monday for Washington, D. C, Tho doctor has been with us some weeks on a visit to his father-in-law, Mr. John W. Whipp. Hois n brother of Congressman Ellis, and is a pleasant cultivated gentleman. Mbj. Geo. W. Dryo has been confined for several days at the boarding house of Mr. John W. Wilkinson, suffering severely from sciatic pains. Oscar Wilkinson and Mart Cowden.'are also on the sick list. Tiie latest information from Mrs. Melissa Adama, now at HotSpring?, Ark , is that she is doing well and improving in health. We were nil astonished to wake up last Sunday morning mid find tho enow falling thick mid fast. While! tho trees and house-top wero slightly coated, none lay ou the ground. It continued until tho afternoon. With the highest respect for tho veracity of Mr.; J. W. Rout, members of whoso family we wero intimately acquainted with in our early youth in Garrard county, wo are confident that ho ia mistaken about a month in the time tho heavy snow fell 10 years ago. Wo had experiences that year, that makes things very vividjto our memory. In February 185 1, wo were In Madieou county, Florida, whore tho woods wero green and the dowers wero in full bloom After h week or more rambling tnround in Southern Georgia and Alabama we went up tho Ohattahooche river to Columbus, Georgia, where we remained mail the last days of March and started to our homo near McKinney In Lincoln county, where we arrived near tho middle of April. After beiug in the sunny land (or over threo months, wewere astounded on waking up one or two days after reaching home to find the trees and bushes weighted down with snow. It soon melted and the eveningHwaa warm and pleasant. To the Democracy of Lincoln. At a meeting of the democratic committee of the 6th Congressional district, held at La,wrenceburg, April 20, it was ordered tha,t county conventions be held at the respective court-houses in each county of the district on Saturday, May '20, at 2 o'clock, to appoint delegates to the convention to be held at Nicholas-villa at 1 r. m., June 5th, to nominate a candidate for Congress. In accordance with this order, I hereby Icall a convention to be held at Stanford, May 20, at 2 o'clock r. m. for the purpose, natne,d and trust tbat there will be a full attendance. K. R. Gentry, Chmn. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Circuit court begins here next Monday. Dr. Lovell has re-opened his stone quarry. A child of Harrison Pitman died Monday. A (50-foot tower will be ndded to the Institute buildini:. The band boys will play for the decoration day exercises. Tho Pittsburg club came down Saturday, but rain prevented tho game. Tho town marshnlship ia still In n muddle. We don't know whether thete is a mnrahal. Wils Denny, tho prophet, Baid two weeks bko that a snow would fall here before Juno 1st. Mr. A. O. Carr has bought tho Jack Adama homestead and will erect n line dwelling thereon. Telegraph ollices Ht Parkavillo nnd Rileys have been closed and an of lit o opened at Drumtleld. Mr. D. N. Williams got a good ducking in Roundstono Creek, by his horee lying down in the water to cool ou". It is evident that the Louisville Post cartoonist doesn't know tho difference in a caudle snuffer nnd nn extinguisher. Mr. W. L, DeGraff, who was with us for some time, is pleasantly located at Now Dutlalo, Mich., in tho jewelry business. Wild strawberries are abundant hereabouts. Last Sunday we ratted oil several inches of snow to reach this delicious fruit. Tho largest anowflakes ever seen in this county fell at 7 v. m. Saturday. Many that fell were as large aa n gill cup, others wero nearly three inches across their surface. Jack Lawrence is back from the West. T. L. Heston is nt Springfield, Mo. Miss Gertio Weber is visiting friends. Mrs. O. J. Golden has returned to louiavillo. Address "Inventor," box No. 1, this place for particulars regarding invention Saturday's snow played havoc with small timber and orchards throughout the county. Wheat and rve fields are nearly a total loss and onts suffered considerably. Telegraph wires were all 'down between hero and Pittslurg Judge G. W. McClure is In Louisville. Prof. Dickerson's school closed Monday. A two weeka'J.normal course ia uow in session. Miss Lucille Jopliii ia visiting Paris. Wix Dillion and G. W. Fagan were here Sunday. M. C. Miller haa taked a telegraph job on tho 0. S. Mrs. D. X. Williams ia vtaiting Wildie and Conway friends. lien Kister, who was raised in Nelson county and who worked a year or to here on the section some nine years since, haa struck it rich in Central America. Ho with two companions from Boston found gold mines and purchased a large tract of land thereabouts. Tho excitement over tho iind ia saidjto be nearly as the great '49 gold fever of California. Stove Sweeney, a section hand, who worked a few months at this place, left between suns aome nights since. He sot on a tear in Louiavillo and climbing the court-house steps, disrobed and went to bed ou the cold atone. After being taken to tho station house and ordered to put on hia clothes, he rati hia feet through the annholea of hia coat under thu impression that he was getting into his trouoera. C. II. J. Taylor, tiiu colored etatei man from Kansas, after hnviug been rejected aa a diplomat by tho Senate and hia nomination for recorder of deeds had been unfavorably reported by a Senate committee, finally securea this remunerative olllce. Hia nomination waa continued by n vote of 31 to 15. The House committee on elections has voted to make a favorable report on tho bill of Representative Tucker, of Virginia, providing for the election of United States Senators by a direct vote of tho people. Tho report waa agreed upon by a nearly unauimouB vote. In a letter from Dloutit Springs, Ga , Congressman Goodnight announces that be will not, owing to ill health, be a can didate for re-election from the Third Kentucky district. McElroy, Govin and Helm nre candidates. The Weather Bureau reports the thermometer lower Sunday than ever reported before at this time of year. Snow was scraped away in aome parts of Kentucky so that strawberries could be picked. A meeting of the republican committee of tho Seventh Kentucky congressional district bos been called to fix the time and place for holding a convention to name a candidate for Congress. D. G. Simonson, of tbe Mammoth Clothing House, Louisville, has sued for divorce, charging his wife with adultery with numerous men. She haa also brought action, charging cruelty. Miss Sarah Catea la in jail at (or forging checks on her father, which he refused to pay. 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. DB. S. C. HIOQISEB, Th.o Druggist. GO TO W. H. HIGGINS, For Your Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cotton Hose, Rubber Hose, Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting-, Screen Wire and Fly Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. I MEET WITH WITS'? Ikcause my friends trade with me, them vety much. I don't know a to get TIKE BEST I For you to select from. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting, want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. jBicydeSS We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will S.AV":E! TOU jVCOIsTjUIT Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. W .H. WEAREN & CO. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. Full corps orContorvatory ami Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music aao An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. McRoberts' - W. H. HIGGINS. SUCCESS. for which I appreciate and thank better way to get your trade than Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice Come this week if you J. C. FLORENCE. Drug Store, roK - WALL P APBSB. New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. ALABASTIUB I 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. W. B. McRoberts. WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower than any one. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown vators, Corn Planters. See our Spring Stock of Buggies, Carriages, "Wagons, and Farming Implements. W. L. Withers, Salesman. B. E. wBARBlT.