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- " Tl"' Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxir. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 29. 1894. NO. 26 CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. J. I'. Carnon'a Jersey cattle aver- Our saw mills got ncvural thousand aged f 1 10, beiiiK tlin hist biiIo made nt 1o:h on thu tldH taut wek. the sale In Louie vllle. TIiIh speaks wll , Ur. K. S. Mcmh Iihh had a bi Im-for Mr. Carson's herd. , pnmmitmt mmlo mi liii olllco. Mr. W. K. Perkins him added a nice ' Mrs. Smith and Minn Nettle Smith, llnnof fnriiitnro to 1i!h stool; ol uoodn, j f Jelltco, visi ed Mrs. U .S. Crawford which lio eollh clifiip. Mr. Sam Trttiiui lapt week. Iirb u;aIii opened uphis hntoher b!oi The yotini: Iiulh'H of the .Johnson nud wo aro actually Kolnn to havo (roali Hnll vry pleasantly entertained their meat to cat once more. Mien Kettle 1 1 Ik friends lunt Tuesday evening. Kins Ih visiting relatives in PreaeherHvHItf. Kev. A. S. Petry, of this place, mid Mrs. IJryant HohbsnndMis. Perry Whitu Mim.Snrnli of Pine Knot, wero are visiliiiK the family of Mr. Jim hlto j In Mt. Vernon. Farmers are feeling rather hi no Hbout their crops, hut wo hope with a few warm dnya and Kod plowing their nptrita will revive. Tho ladiea are all Krioviiik: about the gardeim nml llowcra and I inn afraid that hstcad of tho usual boumiet wo gentleman will have to wear u Keoley button or Homo other mibatltuto in our button-holes this Summer, nt leant, the prospects all indicate this. Judge Moore received two largo baskets of tobacco plantH thitt week and from this we think the judge intends to lmv. Ktinnuh tobacco on hand to give all Ida friends a "chaw" during his next campaign, but ladiea don't sav a word about gentleman chewing tobacco even if they do aouse tho lulu, habit for tobacco is so much nicer especially when it decorates the mouths and Mien I.ah Steger's select nchoo1 closed Friday. Mrs. Brooks lias had her residence newly painted and since Mr. Will brought MlfH Mollio such u lovely pony and pbiiton I suppose they feel very much dressed up for Summer. Such brothers are at a premium. Dr. Logan and family have taken charge of their Summer houid which they rented from Mra. McAlister and wo sincerely hope the water and climate will restore the doctor's family to perfect health. Mrs. Harney Alexander returns to her homo In New Liberty next Wednesday accompanied by Mies llannsh McFall, who goes to visit her. Miss .Mollio Warren Is visiting her brother, Conductor Warrin at Lebanon Junction. Miss Maud and Mr. Will Heatley took in the hop at Livingston Thursday night. They a grand time. Little Joe Newlsnd, operator at tho depot, is visiting relatives at Nashville, Tenii. A Woman's Love When n woman loves a man she livis for lutii. From the moment the awakens in the morning until she closes her eyes nt night a loving wife's thoughtH are of her husband. All day she performs her duties with the thought of his pleasure uppermost in her mind, and his imngein her heart. Nearly everything she does is with the thought of him. if she puts auntnty touch io n room sno ior lalse imprisonment In which a ly wonders what ho will think of it , verdict was rendered or about $2,100 for when he comes home. If she buys an pUintilT. . -.(-I.. I., ll... ulmn. thai in trl 1 1 an., nlnc.l' .M , l it At HIII11U1II HIC Pliura ml no " ...o-. , .."i beside her own preference for it is the thought whether he will like it. When she plana the dinner Ida tastes are regarded first. What would ho like best is her constant thought. She dresses her children having in mind a little or thought which ho may havo dropped days, yes, even mouths ago. His color becomes her color; his taste her taste. And ovon if alio does not personally approve of a certain thing she buys it or she does it because, she feels or thinks it will please him Scores and scores of Units have I seen wives lay aside their own preferences willingly and cheerfully because their husbands like something else better. His coining homo is to her thu event of tho day, nml it is her pleasure to prepare for it in some way No matter how tired the head, how ill the body during the day, she tries to look cheerful when her husband comes home. She feels that she has Bomothtng to drees for ns his home approaches. She likes to lay aside the house gown she has worn all day, and don n fresh for his coming. It is a pleasure to her to wear tho gown for which, at some time or other, he may have exprcsded a preference; or it may be in tho dressing of her hair in the way which she knows he likes best; in the Bimplo ribbon of his favor-color; in tho wearing of a thwer ho likes to Bee on her, or with which there may bo some tender association; in a little touch which she deftly gives tho table; in some favorite dish of his prepared by her own hand; in the inviting manner in which his house coat and slippers aro placed ready for his donning; in the convenient spot in which ho finds his evening paper, Ida cigar, and even the lucifers, ready for his enjoyment after dinner; in short, in the thousands little touches which only occur to a woman who ilnda her greateat delight and satisfaction in the pleasure which she can give tho man she lovea. She llkea to look her heat for him; Hhe tries to do what she feels he would most wish her to do. Nor is tlds an ideal picture. It is one which is enacted every day in thousands of homes. The Ladies' Home Journal. Ai,.wtToolvf. La..wMverTlck with UN loui colic when M. C. TUlf r, a prominent a bottle of Ch.mb.r. rhBltnandUUffbtra Remedy. He . th wa well In 40 minutee fler ttking tho fi,,tdo.T rorialbyDr. S.G. Hocker, Uiuj gut, Stanford. WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. married at the bride's homo Sunday Wo have a hasi bid I nine, which Ih willing to play any of our neighboring teams. What has become of the I. Js.7 Mrs A. J. Curd's horse ran away with the buggy Sunday looming. No one was in the buggy and no serious damage whs done. The Institute commencement took place at the court-house last week. On Wednesday night, the primary department gave an entertainment, which was very good anil on Thursday night, Hev. J. 0. Ittist, of Hardstown, delivered an excellent addresi on tho subject, in which he spoke of the great hurry wo were living in, not taking time to see the wonderful things nature was presenting to make us great and glorious. Mins Culver, a former teacher of tiio Academy, is here attending the com mencement. 15. S. Crawford is at Wil-more on legal business, Prof. 0. M. Stevens' baby is very Bick. Mr. Andrew ljiwson Iihs gone to his sou, Charley, wjo In sick at Center Point, Texas. Charles Finley and Walker Mason spoke at New .ion and Uyan's grave yard last SaturJay at the preliminary 'decoration exercises. Klder J. K. Terry attended the marriage of Ktder It II. Robertson and Mif Mattie McGco at Westport last week. Hon. 0. Lester went to Jit. Vernon Sunday to attend circuit court. Court adjourned last Saturday night at midnight after doing two weeks of good hard wor2. Most of the time was spent trying civil business nud while four were stent to tho penitentiary, much time was taken up with their trials. The grand jury returned 117 indictments, the largest number reported in several years and In one of those indictments there were 3S nair.es. They were the parties that participated in the riot at Hird Kye mines, March -Ith, when the non-union men were stopped work. Fifteen of them wero tried Saturday, when 10 wero lined f'JO eHcli. three $o0 each and two acquitted. Whitley county seems opposed to mob rule and whenever her juries have gotten a chance at parties that engage in them, thoy punish them. The most important ciil case-tried was Klias Moses vs. Proctor Coal Wiikkkakk Alcorn asks the press to give the notice below which lie sends to the Advocate: "On Monday last a distinguished Western lawyer wrote to me as follows: 'On February i.V, 1S12, a son was born to Mary and William Johnson in your (Lincoln) county, who-'e name was William II. His mother wm a native of Virginia and his father a native of England. In 1S.J0 William U. Johnson left Kentucky. In l'v'Jl he was in Bonneville, Mo., and six years later ho went to Howard county, .Mo. In IS 19 lie went west California), and has recently died. He left a number of heirs who havo been identified. I understand that he left two sisters some wlim in Koutucky. I am cogu z.int that he left quite an estate. 1 know just how much and where it is.' This has the true ring about it. I know tho lawyer wuo wrote tho letter. If tho aforesaid Misses Johnson nro u'ivu ornny of their heirs and will address Box 0, Hustonville, Lincoln county, Ky., further information will bo cheerfully given." Peter Jackson says ho knows nothing about his light with James Corbelt being declared oil', and that he may go to England soon and see about the matter. It begins to look ay if Corbett had rather not fight tho "nigger." Near Lasalle, 111., the striking miners placed obstructions on tho Illinois Central track and wrecked u freight. The fast express wad due, and it is thought the wreckers intended to de" mollsh the passenger train. Austin lirown, colored, was hanged at San Antonio, Tex., Friday for the murder of Anderson Harris, colored, ilia last words were "Good-bye everybody" His neck was broken by tn fall. The Baltimore Sun, the organ of the Maryland Democracy, repudiates the views expressed by Mr. Gorman in his Senate speech and declares that he misrepresents his constituency. Six miners were killed and 10 wounded in a fight with the deputies near Uniontown, Pa. The miners were preparing to make an assault on the mines when fired upon. Senator Brice haa bet Senator Vest S50to40 that the tariff bill will pass the Senate by June 15. Nebraska has the only woman bank president in the country. Instructed for Gov McCreary. j Tho democrats of Lincoln met in convention hero Saturday afternoon and wero called to order hy Chairman U. It. Gentry, who Hinted tho object of tho meeting mid Alimented tho tioinination of n permanent chairman. JihIku W. K. Varnnn named : 15. Caldwell. Jr., nml Mr. Caldwell was chosen and took the chair, after expressing thanks for the honor. !'. 0. Walton was made secretary. Hon. K. C. Warren moved that "the formality of the appointment of commit tees be dec pa used with, which was adopted, and ho then read the following which wero unanimously passed. Kitfloi.VKi) 1st. That wo approve the call made by the tith Congressional democratic district committee for a convention to meet at Nichohisville on the ftth day of June, LSI) I, to nominate a democratic candidate for Congress in this, the 8th district of Kentucky. !!. That the following democrats be appointed delegates to represent Lincoln county in said convention, viz: V. P. 11 rimes, K. H. Hronaugh.W.G. Welch, W. L. McCarty, S. M. Owens, M. F. North, J. 11. Gilkiuson, S. T. Harris, W. E. Varnon, J. H. Carter, Dr. Greeu Moore, J. S Owsley, Jr , X. Stickler, Ward Moore, Dr. J. G. Carpenter, J. M. Carter, E. II. Caldwell, Jr., A. A. Warren and F. M Ware. 3. Wo point with pride to the record made in Congress by our able and representative, Hon. James II. McCreary, of Madison, and instruct our delegates io said convention to cast the vote of Lincoln county for him as a unite for the democratic nomination for re-election to tho 53rd Congress of the United States from this, the 8th district of Kentucky. The meeting, w sich was a large and harmonious -.I-. adjourned. E. II l'u.nwhi.t. Jn., Chmn. E. C. w.riN, . e. Christian College Notes. adv. Teachers will remember that the nyrmal opens on June llili A supper will probably Uu given at tho college, after the enieriiunmeut, lor the benefit of the library. The school cloces with 111 on roll, the average attendance has been fine-Notwithstanding thu pressure in money matters, C. C. tins had a prosperous year. A special coach will be provided for an excursion to High Bridge on Wednesday, the day f dlowing the commencement. The excursion party will consist of the Bchool and a lew invited guests. With this the school will close for the present year. Prof. W. 0. Griiistcad, of Danville, paid Christian College u visit on lusc Friday. He heard several of the classes recite and gave some interesting dissertations on subjects connected with the class work. He is cretical, but always fair nud just, and pupils are profited by bis visits. We invite him to come again. The examinations aro still in progress, the way seeing hard, but nearly all are coming over safely. It is developed that the pupils have been doing good work. We pronounce it an improvement over any previous year. Each pupil is required to pass a satisfactory examination on each subject before be is allowed to pass. The normal school, which opens on June 11th, oilers every advantage to teachers, who want to prepare themselves for examination and school work. The course includes all branches in the common school curriculum. Teachers, desiring to attend and to engage board in the cpllege building, should write to the principal of Christian College ntouce, and engage rooms. Dally lectures on methods will be delivered and constant intercourse between teacheia on school work will bo encouraged. Missed Huttio Park,'?AUie Surber and Kate Moore wore pleasantly entertained week before last by Mrs. J. A. Gover. Misses Amanda and. Victoria Bishop made a pleasant visit from Fii. day till Monday to Miss Lena 'Barnett. Misses Kato Moore and Hattie Park wero entertained by Miss llosa Harper, on last Saturday and Sunday. Misses Shirley Park and Mellie Hopper were with Misses Ada nud Carrie Cunningham from Saturday until Monday. This is a quartette of fine atudents and most excellent little girls. Miss VanArsdell was entertained by Miss Lou Moore on last week. The closing exercises of Christian College will be held in the Christian church on Tuesday evening, June 5th. The exercieea of the evening will consist of a recital, and; some productions of a literary character. On account of the very rigid and lengthy course of study that Christian College has prescribed, and the desire of the semi-seniors, Miss Allie Surber and J Mr. Geo. Goode, to take a degree, they have very wisely consented to another session in 0. 0. This will make them thorough and; finely fitted for their chosen profession!. Greene Graves is the name of a new doctor who has located at Kensington, Kas., and advertises that he has just been graduated from a medical college. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. The city council haa had hitching posts placed around town for the accommodation of tho country folks. A crowd of Stanford wheelmen were iereo"n Mis1? Jennie West has ,' . -..,. V iifeu viniiiiiu ..nm ihi .hiuci. iii . .... ... I i .i.. ir t t ....I t ..! uiyne iierniiir hub u Miss Lottie Brown is visiting relatives in Garrard. -Rev. Lucien 1). .Wei preached on-, other excellent sermon nt the rian church Sunday morning. Hcv. J. It. Tercy, the regular pastor, will go to i Indiana to visit relatives and will not return for two weeks. The democrats hold n meeting at the court-house Saturday afternoon and named delegates to the Nicholasville convention to nominato a candidate for Congress. They were instructed to cast Garrard's vote for James B. McCreary. There is not a single oilice holder in the list of delegates. Mr. John L. Arnold tells me that lie read the statement in n recent issue of the I. J. in regard to the snow that fell in ISol, and he remembers distinctly that it occurie 1 April 10th of that year. He says tho rensou iie remembers so well is that he hnd only been married a few days and was away from home and his better half and the storm was so severe he could not get home nnd bad to ecay awny over night. It seems this ought to he good proof as to the disputed date and especially to the severity of the storm. The program for Wednesday is about completed and is as follows: At 10 o'clock in the forenoon the band will give an open air concert, which will be followed by the cycle races. There will be six races run on Stanford street and hand same gold medals will be awarded the winners. At 1:30 in the afternoon the Knights of Pythias ceremonies will be held in the circuit court room, after which the Knights will march to the cemetery and decorate the graves of their departed brothers At b r. m. the visiting K Ps. wnl Oe given a supper at the conn limine. At 4 o'clocK ttifie will be h game ot bae in I betwen thu nnd A large crowd is expected and our citizeus are making extfiixive preparations to entertain Mil. Lancaster enjoyed a lit rary treat at the court-house Friday evening last. N than Elliott recited style the Chariot Hace In Ben Hnrr. C't'sey Owsley gave a brilliant display of oratory in ids address, "What is Your Life?" while Martin D. Hardin, in his matchless production, "What Next?" completely captivated the large and intelligent audience that assembled to the speeches and music. The performances of the speakers were highly creditable to their talents and training and the favorable impression created by their efforts will be long nnd favorably remembered. The exercises were interspersed with delightful music by the Lancaster Concert Band under the skillful leadership of Mr. Jno, E. Stormes MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Mrs. Eli Uidgeway, aged 17, and a bride of only two mouths committed suicide by taking morphine because she did not like to live in the country. Tom Moore, son of the race horse man, of Bourbon, stole Miss Tom Thomas and Hying with her to Cincinnati hnd her bound to him in the holy bonds of matrimony. The engagement is nunouueed of Mr. Atchison A. Bowmnr, of the Versailles S in, to Mies Mary Chenault, formerly o lixington. The date of the wedding is June 7th nnd will be celebrated ut the country home of the bride's father, Dr. H. 0. Chenault, in Jefferson county. The riuevillo Messenger says that Mnj. D. E. McDowell, reciever of the Coal & Iron Bank nt Middlesboro, took Miss Lou Bullock, n handsome teacher to whom he had been paying court for some time, to tho Four Seasons Hotel, leaving the impression that "lie was going to marry her, but ho gave her the Blip nnd has not sinco been henrd of. Temperance reformers are trying to get the Legislature of Massachusetts to adopt the Norwegian system, which consists in forbidding the sale of liquor at retail by individuals and restricting it to corporations organized for the purpose and under the control of tue government. The corporation is permitted to make only a reasonable profit on its investment, the profits above that point gotug into the public treasury. The fiscal court of Fayette has ordered that all dogs be assessed at $60 for males and (150 for females. The assessor will be fined $5 a head for neglecting to list them for taxation and the owner of every dog will be fined $10 for failing to give them in. A dispatch from Cripple Greek, Col., states that Dr. Ward, a personal friend of President Cleveland represented that distinguished gentleman in the purchase of a large Interest in the Caledonia gold mine at that place. In Southern Assam the average rain rain fall is 025 inches a year. Last year it reached 024. DR S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Opposite the Myers Drugs, School Supplies, Sch(Jol 3ook G, Paints, Oils, ,. Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods for the Least Money, Call and sec us. DR. S. C. HOCKER, T2io Druggist. iG0 TO W. H. HIGGINS, For Your Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, 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 SUCCESS. Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank them very much. I don't know a better way to-get your trade than to get TBIIE 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. C. FLORENCE. Bicycles We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will S-AVIE IrTOTJ ZOZLSTiElrr 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 ofComervatary and Normal School teachers, .-Superior courses iu Literature, Muilc tea An. Excellent boartllnj department Catalogues and circular furnished on application. McRoberts' WAL L House is the place to buv vour Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Drug Store, PAPBE o New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. The best inside wall finish; cold water process. TAINTS 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 Cultivators, Corn Planters. See our Spring Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. W. L. Withers, Salesman. B. 2. W A AHElXT.