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4 " tr w f nf if.W tm i r' imin. titiilwtfMQfeH1' i Mw"H"1' '' wyyprwi m't" 3. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky - Junk 8, 1894 E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS IUSINESS. Buy your school books and school supplies oi all kinds at A. It. I'ouuy'b. Watcuki, clocks and Jewelry repaired and warrnnted. EiiKruvinc a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. Tub Urgent etoclc of Drimi, Medicines, Perfumery, Paint nnd Wall Paper at A. It. Penny's. Pescri)tiou8 n special ty. PERSONAL POINTS. Miu. W. 0. Wkaiihm returnol from Lexington yesterday. Mim. A lick New-land, of Crab Orchard, was hero Wednesday. Mim I.ula Allkn has k o to visit friends in Madison, 1ml. Mim Floiik.ncr Wallbii, of Louisville, is vlsitlnj; Miss Susie Lnaloy. Hon. J. N. Haundkiih tnt to yesterday to attend circuit court. MissHblkn Hill, of Memphis, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. 11. Kirby. Mim Norma ltosu, of Oolorado Springs. Ool., is visitlnK Tier aunt, Mrs. W. P. Tate. Slim. N'annik W. Owknb and Mrs. Kl. F. Owens left lor Cumberland Falls Wednesday. Mies UkllbDksny jjoea to Richmond this morning to spend several weiks with relatives. Miia. W. G. Hanky, after a visit to Mrs. W. A. Arnold and Mrs. J. A. Allen, has returned to Dnnvlllo. Miis. J. Oauvkii Jo.NkH end children, of Kansas City, aro visitiiiK her mother, Mrs. Martha Grimes. Mim Mamik Lynn, of Lincoln, will spend commencement week with Mrs. G. 1). Woodcock. Advocate. Hl'oii Hays, who hno hnd several severe hemorrhages anil who has been sick for some time, is Cot.. It. P.Jacoim, of Danville, It. II. Toiiillnson, of lincaster, and W. It. Crew, of Monticello, havo been court. MusSIattik Taylok, who has been visitiiiK her aunt, Misa Florence True-heart, Mill ko to Richmond this moriiiiin tO visit friends. Miis. L.T. Ykaokk and Misses Katie Lee and Annie May Yeaer, of Provi-deuce, have been visiting the families ol Mvairti. 1. M. and J. K. Uruce. John Farbis has greatly improved in eouditlon during the p.at week, and un Saturday was seen in tho sulky jogging several of his horses. Ky. Stock Farm. Mi. G. E. Kaim-, of Kenton couuty, is here trying to secure the Male and Female Academy on the hill. He is the guest of his old friend, Hov. W. E. Arnold. Aok taken into consideration, Arthur DawBon. the bright little son ol Sir. Linn Dawson, can answer more Biblical and historical questions than any Sit. Xeuia student yet heard from. Dits. Steele Uailbt, secretary, and J. G. Crpenter tre attending tho Bute Sfedicnl Association in Shelbyville. Dr. Carncuter was to read a nanor on 'Acute Lacerations of the Periuiuum." SIibhes Kona Courts and returned from Lynnlaud College accompanied by Silas Lizzie In the commencement exercises Sliss Eilna recited "The Fall of lumber-ton" aud Miss Loucllu "Tho First Story." Abiiiiy Wabiibn, eon of lion. K. C. Warren, who coiiieH by his oratorical gilt from both sides of tho family, won the declamatory contest at Lancaster. His father, mother and sisters, .Miss Jennie and Slarie, besides numerous others went over from bore to hear tho contest Phox. 11. F. Johnson and his lovely wife ldft yesterday for Fayette, SIo., his school having closed the day before. They will not return next session, we regret to say. The professor has b cured tho Methodist Acndomy at Olaremo in Shelby county, and will teach there next session. He is a moat excellent instructor. Thk Greenville (Texas) Banner savs that Miss Uallio Hopper Kirtley was awarded the prize in elocution over eight competitors in the Female College of that city last Friday evening. Her brother, Mr. E Lto Kirtley, received the ' only two medals offered at his college in tho same Western city two years ago, the one for scholarship and tho other for deportment They are neice and nephew of the foreman of this oflice, who is naturally exceedingly proud of them. CITY AND VICINITY. Commencement presents at Danks'. A. It. Penny's Is the place to buy Ick chests, Ice Cream Freezers at very low prices at Farris & Hardin's. J. A. Shannon is a candidate for con stable In the Hustonville precinct, election In November. A Kinosvillk man seriously said here that he had seen 500 Mays and never such a one as the last. i i - The Advocate saya that tho land own ors demand large damogesfor running the water pipes through their property. For Rent. House and lot belonging to Mrs. Bettie Allord on Danville street, good garden already la. For particulars call on T. H. 8annders. John Komnson's circus will exhibit at Danville to-day. You will find tlio best stock est prices nt A. It. Penny's. anil low- Onk pnmplo Wliiloley binder for ealo at tho low price of $75. Farris A liar din. " . Old man Billy Gooch and his yonn wifo aro rejoicing over tho birth of a Impound boy. Tin: Advocato says that Doylo county will soud lots of stock nnd a big crowd to our fair. I Tiik directors of lliO Fair are requested to meet at the nt L':30 A NUMiiKii of our lovers of tho clown and monkey will attend the circus at D.invillo to-day. Laiiok lino of Queenswaro and Glassware just received. Prices lower than ever. Fnrria A Hardin. Sins. John Wallack haspresontedher husband with a lino girl. Tho young lady arrived .Monday night. W. II. Thayloii shipped U! barrels of whlsky.to Cincinnati this week, on which he piid nearly 1,000 government tax. m Tiik revenue rnllections in this district ilurini; Slay Increased f 103,000 over April aud readied tho large sum of JI59.SI2.SS. Piior. J. 11. Walton will sell his beau- iiiui resilience aiuanvuie, .Montiay, ism, together with much handsome furniture. Pi.ay Ball, Next Tuesday at Danville at 3 i". ji. tho Centre College base ball team will play the Louisville Athletic Club. A great gamoisoxpected and many nill go from hero. Tub .Merry Bacnelors have sent out .TOO invitations to the hop to bo given at Walton's Opera House on tho l.'Jth, which promises to he the largest aud most eloborate ever uiven here. It's a pity tho owners of Hale's Well can't see their way clear to open that pleasant resort for a brief season, nt least. No better water can be found, and with a small expenditure of money, tho buildings could be put in good order. 9 "A Fhiend," who sends us an obituary will observe that it dose not appear in this issue, neither will it appear in some-other issue, unleai two important points are observed. The namo of tho writer must be given nnd money or check at the rate of 5 cents a printed line enclosed Anotmkh Deputy. Sheriff and Sirs. J. N. Slenefeo continue to obey the scriptural injunction, although they had apparently done their share towards in. creasing the population before. Thoy have a brand new 12-pound boy at their house, which Sir. Slenefee Bays they have not named because they can find no name uood enough for him. Circuit Coukt. Very little difficulty was experienced in completing the jury in the Odie Paul ease for tho murder of Ike Helm and the panel was as follows. Win. Burton, Hugh Seargent, B. W. Gaines, W. A. Beazley, G. D. Boone, J. S. Sloberly, J. H. Tucker, J. T. Binga-man, Ike Herron, Middleton Lynn, W. A. Hail nnd James Jones. .Messrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., J. B. Paxton and Harvey Helm prosecuted and W. G, Welch, W. II. .Miller and It. O. Warren defended. The trial of the c.iso nnd the argument occupied tho court from Monday afternoon till yesterday morning, when a verdict for eight yenrs was ren dered. It i claimed and denied that n stronger coins was made out than before when 10 jurors stood for acquittal and two for two years. The result is quito a surprise to Paul and his friends, who confidently expected an acquittal. The murder was a very cold bloodied ono and had his victim I een a white man, a life sentence or death might have been the verdict. Tho general opinion of those who heard the caso is that the condemned got oil as lightly as ho could expect. It is a sad blow to tho faithful little wife and loving mother and general sympathy is folt for them. The jury stood four for l!l years, ono for 18, one for 15, three for 5, one for 2, and two for 10. Arch Stewart, for carrying concealed weapons, was adjudged not guilty, while George Pennington, for a like otTense, caught it for 10 days and $25. H. H. Wade, selling liquor on Sunday, wns acquitted, and so was Alonzo Richards, for breach of the peace. Charles Wakefield, malicious cutting, case set for next Tuesday and Zed Bright and Sheridan Simpson, petit larceny, for next Wednesday. The case of Aurelius O. Dunn for the murder of James Brown, alias Todd, on the 9th of last February, an account of which we gave at tho time, was called yesterday and proceeded with. The prosecution is assisted by Hon, W. H. Miller and Messrs. W. G. Welch, R. O. Warren and Harvey Helm represent the accused. Six jurors out of the regular panel and the by-standers were obtained as follows: J. D. Jones, W. H. Dndderar, B. W. Givens, B. Chancellor, J. R, Hale and J. S. Rico and the sheriff was ordered to summons 25 more to appear this morning for examination. All the jurors not taken in the Dunn case were discharged till Monday. Ske our window this week, "daisy." Danks, tho Joweler. It is a Skb tho now jewelry and watches at Penny's. Ho can't be undersold. a Will Hays had a linger kicked ofTand wan badly kicked about the body and leKB by a vicious mulo yesterday. m Oun great sale of wimple shoea and slippers is still Koin on. One more lot ust receivod. 13. F. Jonea it Son. Tub early closing of the groceries here hns gone into effect aud the tired pro prietorsnnd clerks can now h.ive their evenings olf. Thk nrt exhibition of Sliss Inez class will he held at tho college to-day from 1 to I r. m , to which the public is cordially invited. m Thk Stiufordu got beat nt Lancaster 18 to 5 nnd returned home feeling that they did not know as much about playing ball ns they thought they did. Buy tho young lady something pretty from Dauks, the Jeweler. These pres ei'ts are much more lasting than flowers and can not fail to please. Prices are lowest, considering quality of goods. Nd Auction Nkckhsary. J. B. Pax-ton, assignee of A. A. Warren, says that the latter in closing out his stock so rap idly at coht that there will bo no necessity for an auction. IxHs of bargains yet. Tiik city council of Danville has or dallied that a bicyclist caught riding on the sldewnlk or pavement, or who shall failtoiing a hell when meeting and puHiutt iiorsehnck riders or vehicles in the tUy or night, or fail to carry a lantern hi night, shall be fined notion than ?J nor more than 10. AsoTniiK wintry spell has cast a gloom o.'t;r vegetation and rendered thin clothes a torture to tho Tho mercury went away down and frost is said to have shown itself in sundry places yesterdny morning. Big fires nnd men goiugnbnut buttoned up in heavy overcoats is not an inspiring sight in June, but we aio getting used to anything these times Tho promise of "Fair, warmer, Friday, ' fills the shivering frame with hope that winter will not last all tho yeSr. Thk sensational divorce suit of F. W. Malcom vs. Kate Slalcom, wsb tried at Pinevllle and dismifsed on the grounds that Sirs. Slalcom had already procured divorce against her husband in Colorado, of which he claimed to bo ignorant. The parties married in Ztnesville, 0.,nnd are of prominent nnd wealthy parentage. Sir. Slalcom lins been manager of a development company at Pineville nnd the case was tried beforo Special Judge J. It Sampson. Tho charge of adultery was made and sustained, but by witnesses whose testimony wns impeached. The record embraced over 7,000 pages, depositions havingbeen taken in over half a doz en Suites. Judge Alcorn, was leading cour sel in tho case nnd doubtless got a fat fee. He tells us that Hon. Frank South ard, of Zinesville, his co-counsel, made one of the finest speeches in the case he ever henrd. The annual concert of Stanford Female Collego was giyen Isst night with the following program. Sliss Sue S. has had charge of tbo music and Sliss Inez Abernathy of tho elocutionary departments and both have earned merited enconiuius for good nnd patient work: paht one. Grerting Song Oliver Chorui. Vail ..StrtiiLboE MUtct lUushman, HtiJ and Cooper. Spring Sons Gumbeit Mines Limine n and Mershon. Doll Drill Trot du Cavalier Spindlcr MItci Alcorn aid Lammcri. KeciUtlon ''lly Special Kequeit" Mits Mary Catb. Un Nifht Mm Clara Merahon, Sonata In C (Klnt Movement) Haydn Mli Iiabclla Bailey. Dear Heart Mattel Mii Kva Lammers. Recitation "Molly" Kcllcgg ilti Llzita Jonei. MaiurVa Weber Mliaci Sieger, Menhon and Hopper. Tambouiino Drill - PART TWO. A Spring Gritting Apt Chorui. Menuett Mozart Mliaci lliiley and Alcorn; Miiso Reid and Hopper. Venetian Boat Song ...-, U umenlhal Misiai llolmei anil Stoga. Recitation A Summer Idyl . ,.,ltunner Miss Pearl Burniide. A Winter Lullaby Do Koven Milt Matlle Hopper. Sonata "Pathetlquo,1 Op. 13, Grave, Allegro molto e con brio ..Beethoven Miis Alice Holmci. Cowcn Miis Eva taeger. Panlooilne The Famine... Longfellow Reader, Mui Mattie Hopper. Tell Me, My Heart BUhop Mlu Alice Holmes. March Milltalr Schubert Mines Reld and Ltmmeri; Minet Bailey and Sieger. Canadian Boat Song. TulU Chorui. Miss Virginia Jackson had charge oi calisthenics and tho drill, as seen in the rehearsal, showed how patient and painstaking bad been her work. The commencement exercises will occur to-night and will consist of music, the delivering of diplomas to the three graduates, Misses Mary Bruce, Callie fiorton and Kate Alcorn, who wil read essays. The exerciaes will be much shorter than last year, not exceeding two hours in length, President Hubbard tolls us. Some of tho boys aro so afraid they will havo tho mumps before the hop they are wearing tiny bags of assafwtida around their necks. The pressuro on our advertising columns having eased up, we dispense with the extra leaf till its publication Ib rendered necessary again. ' m FitiBNDsof Slack and William Sloore Bay that .Marshal Ellid did not arrest them, that they camo hero of their own accord and that the indictments against them were procured for spite. A NL'Mitart of lliuUmvillinns wero brought here under the supposition that they knew something to tell the grand jury, but from id I we can hear, if they did, they failed to disclose it. Our old friend, W. J. Carson, came in Wednesday to cny that the Cleveland snow was not so had as tho Hayes frost, which killed most of the corn. The snow ictnrdrd the growth, hut it is coming again, just as Sir. Cleveland will again come to the front as the greatest living man. He says lie hasn't lost confidence in democracy, but intends to die in the good old faith ho has always lived. The Knights of Pythias lodge has re cently purchased an entire Bet of scenery tt be used in conferring the several ranks. New regalin and paraphernalia hnsnlso been received, nnd with tho interest manifested, Diadem Lodge, No. M, may bo said to bo In excellent woiking condition. Thirty-five members have been ndded since Slarch loth, and then' were eight petitions for membership Inst meeting night. The lodge here Blcpt for a period, but when it awoke it did eo in earnest. Ti:chers. At the recent examination for white teachers there were 39 Applicants, a majority of whom were well up In the common school curriculum, as M evidenced by the grading of their certificates, which were G first clas, 24 second and 8 third. Tho examination lasted two days, during which time, Supt. W. F. SlcClary tells us, there was not a single violation of decorum on the part of the applicants. The seties of ques tions wero easier than usual, so the examiners inform us. A large per cent, ot young teachers nre now attending some good summer school, so a.6 to he better prepared for the Full sessions, which begin July 1st. m According to a report issned by the Comptroller of the Currency, Sir. Eckles, the total loans and accounts in the National banks of the country on Slay 4 aggregate $1,914,074,293 44. The capital stock of these banks is S075,SGS, S15. The individual deposits amount to NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership. Commissioner's Sal A Valuable Farm. JOHN S. HAYS' UEIilU, Plffi, Againit JOHN S. HAYS' HEIRS., Deft .. Notice ol Sale. Pursuant to a judgment and order ot lale herein at the February term, 1894,0! tbu court, the underlined Commisuoner will, on Monday, June Nth, 1894, The fint day ol the June term of the Lincoln Countv Court, before the court-homo door in the town of Stanlord, Ky., loll at public outcry to the nlcncil anu pen uiu.;t io iuiim uvw..w. property, to-wlt: A aluabe Farm in Lincoln county, containing by a recent lurvey made under tne o.der of thia court, 254 Acres and 1 Rood of Land, Lying about ti miles from the town of Stanford, Ky.,oE the Stanford HustonTllle turnpike road, and bounded North and Wcat by the lands of W. W. lUjaand Allie O. Farris; South and South-West by the lands of Wiu Beck and otheri and Eait by tho lands of Adam Pence and Samusl Uaughman, but lor a mora particular description ot said Farm by metes and bounds, the recent survey, by which It will be conveyed to the purchaser, is relerred to. This Farm lies well for cultivation and U well watered. Has upon it a weather-boarded loghouieof 6 or 8 rooms, under which there is a dry cellar at all times. For stock purposes two good ponds, a larjre and odious bam. A productive arm and pleasant in all ot its neighborhood environments. The Farm will be sold as a whole for the purpose ot division of the proceeds ol sale amongst the hens of John S. Hays, deed. . Terms of Sate: Creditor 6 and 12 months, in equal installment. Bond with approved personal security, bearing 6 per cent inttreit from day of sale, having theTorce and effect ol a judgment and payable to the Commissioner, and for further lie retained ou W Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court t '- PRICES -ON ALL SPRING AND- REDUCED. Setferanee & Son. CUT GLASS ! Water IJottles, Olive Dishes, Salad Bowls, etc., in new and elegant designs. We have also a fine selection of imported After Dinner Cups and Saucers. We want you to call and see will plea$e you. these goods. The prices we know DANES', : The : Jeweler. YOU : CAN Any One Can, Buy goods of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in Kentucky. No better stook of Wash Goods to be found. Our prices 'range from 5c up. All of our choice Woolen Dress Goods are now to be closed out before July 1st. At that time we must begin to buy for the fall trade and these must go. Our Black Dress Goods are always up to a high standard in Style, Quality and Price. Don't buy until you examine our stock. Our Summer Weight By mutual consent the partner- simere Clothing is now to be sold; we will not carry them over. ship heretofore existing between customers we know will buy when they have the prices. You A. C. Sine and J. N. Menefee will be dissolved on the first day of Ju ly, 1894. Accounts due the firm and notes that arc past due and not paid by that time will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. In order to dispose of our stock on hand we will make special low prices during the month of June. We desire to thank the public for their very liberal patronage during the time we have been in business. Respectfully, SINE & MENEFEE. HUGHES & TATE. Cas-Our can buy a Clay Worsted Suit, Shirt, Shocd, Mat, Tie. Socks, Suspenders and Drawers from ui for Si 2. 50. Come and see for yourself. A lady can buy a Spring Jacket or Wrap for one-half its value. A good pair of Kid Gloves lor 50c, in large sizes. All our Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Laces, Trimmings, Parasolls, Umbrellas, &c, are down to sell. If you buy from us Sio's worth of goods for cash you get one of the finest crayon pictures of yourself ever made. Come and examine the work. Don't delay but come now. Don't Fail to See My $3.50, $4, S4.50, S5, $5.50, $6 and $g Leather Bottom, Rocker Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, I have the most complete line of Bed-room Suites ever handled in Stanford. Solid oak suites from Si 5 to $60. Walnut and natural cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideboards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mirrors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are no secret but they pay the freight. , W. W. WITHERS. WALL : PAPER Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, nishes, &c. i 1 . Alabastine, Var- HJLVX YOtXR REPAIRING JO ONI Before Spring Cleaning. . It. FXNCTT. Druggist.