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. i X t1. f ' i: & -Sr V r t. I . Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Kv., SETTEMnnn 21, 1891 i E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS IU31NE88. Boy your school books and school sup plica ot all kinds at A. It. Penny's. Watches, clocks and Jowelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. Tub largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Palnta and yiil Paper at A. It. Penny's. Pescriptiona a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. Mh. Tim W. Hiaoixs, of Louisville, is with friends here. Tits doctors say that Mr. It. It. Gentry has typhoid fover. Mas. J. S. KiNDRici:, of Somerset, Is vlaltinK Mrs. J. W. Alcorn.- Mies Evkly.v Duchanan, of Crab Orchard, is with Mies Kwle Uurch. Mrs. Will Fuliw, of Fayette, is Hon. and Mrs. G. A. Lackey. Mibs ItiioDA LuNCKFonn has returned from a lengthy visit to Missouri relatives. Mr, ItictiAnn Dinn and daughter, Miss Louanna, aro back from a visit to Run oellvillo. Mrs. I. Siikuiy Txris, of the Shelby City vicinity, is visitiog her parents in W.oodford. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster went over to Wilmore, Wednesday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Metcalf. Mrs. W. B. Mosa and her pretty daugb tor, Miss Eudoxle, of Garrard, went up to Finevillo yesterday. Misers Iiaxcy and Kathkiunk Bauoh man aro visiting Mrs. George It. Engle' man, near Shelby City. Mn. J. It. Brooks, now located in Chicago, passed up Wednesday to see his mother at Crab Orchard. Mns. Charlotte Gnus, of Ilustonvillp, went to Jolllco yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. II. G. Cook. Mtea UoLLiK Williaus, of Ilustonvillp, will teach a clww of music at Junction City, we lean from tho Advocate. Mr. S. M. Carruk, of this Walnut Flat Section, is very low with flux and It ia thought that bo can not recover. , Messrs. Harry Bacohmas, of this place and Jones Baughman, of tho West End, have returned to college at Mjm Euz.uietu McElwaik, of Frank lln, tho handeome Bister of Mrs. J. S. Offsley, Jr., arrived yesterday to visit her. Saii Hocker, of Kansas City, Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Hock er. Mr. Hocker is tho champion bicyclist of his State. Mns. Sauaii McApes, of Lincoln county, is visiting her brothers, James and Georgu EUelin and other relatives here. Lebanon Falcon. Judo J. 0. Hemdiill, of Lancaster, brought his wife hero yesterday to tako the train for Chicago. MIsa Carrie Curry camo over with him. Mr. Jamks W. McCurdy, who married MiM Alma Hays formerly of Stanford, wan nominated for collector by tho county democracy, at Kansas City Saturday. Ohahlks H. Uaydek, for sovcral years salesman for S. II. Shanks, 13 now running aa a substitute mail clurk. Ho lua made sovernl trips on tho night run between Louisville and Knoxvillo. Mr. and Mns. W. It. Manikr, with their littlo daughter, Mary and Mifs Linda Owsley, who has been visiting them, arrived at Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr's., Wednesday night, from Nashville. Mn. 0.8. Neild. general superintendent of tho North Jelllco Coal Co., wes hero Wednesday to put a lot ot mules to graze on Mr. Josh Jones' farm. It was his first visit tor years, and his old friends wero glad to seo him again. CITY AND VICINITY. Boy a guaranteed razor of W. H. Wearon & Co. "No shavle, no Ukie." . B. F. Jokes & Son aro making a big run on shoes and hats. Seo their ad. on this page. Don't buy shop worn goods. You can get tho noweat ideas just as cheap from Danks, the Jewoler. in There aro 10 distilleries in Deputy Collector J. M. Carter's district, which embraces Lincoln, Pulaski, Wayne and Laurol. m m To-morrow (Saturday) is tho last day for Aline your county claims. Make it mil nronerlv and brine or send it at once. G. B. Cooper, county clerk. E. Sciianzenrach, of Ottenheim, has posted notices stating that ho will make application at the October court for license to soil liquors at his etoro at that Place Raid. Deputy Collector J. M. Carter returned a few days ago from a raid in Leslie county. The party found ono little moonshine still and destroyed It with 400 gallonB ol beer. Tho owner was non eat and ia still out of sight. The members of tho Presbyterian church hero who helped to send Rev, R. A. Hayden aa missionary to China, will regrotto hear that his wife, whom ho married alter reaching there, a Miss a missionary from Tennessee, died at Shanghai on the 13th of August. Trade with Danks, the Jeweler . - I am agent for the Blue-Grass Steam Laundry and solicit your patronage. Ernest Warren. Penny has the best stock and will soil watches and jowelry lower than you can buy elsewhere. 1 Tom Ferrell's assailant ia caught "I don't think" but we aro showing an elegant lino of now Fall goods. Danka, the Joweler. For Sale. fen shares of capital stock Stanford Water, Light and Ico Co., guaranteed to pay 7 per cent. AddreBa Box 1S5, Stanford, Ky. 9 If you want your watch or any jewelry repaired, tnko it to Penny's. Mr. Deckelman does tho work will ami promptly; never disappoints a customer. Gov. McCiieary will speak four times in thlo county, at Crab Orchard on the 25th; Stanford, Oct. 8th, county court day, Hustonville, Oct. 0 and Kingsville, Oct. 10. Mr. Josii'ii Coffey has bought of Mr, W. It. Dlllion his store at Livingston and baa placed his stepson, Walter Saunders, in it. Mr. Coffey will also spend the greater portion of his time behind the counters. 99 Another gooJ rain foil Tuesday, Blnco which time it ha been decidedly cool. The mercury showed i&" yesterday morning, only a few degrees above freezing. Tho equinox usually brings a chango ot weather. All tho miners in the Jolllco district, with tho exception of those employed in tho Woolridgo and Standard mines at Nowcomb, .re out on a strlko again. Tho causa is claimed to be tho failuro of tho oporators to 11 vo up to a contract made two months ago regarding screens. m A bequbl to the scandal telegraphed from Crab Orchard last Summer comes from Shelby. It. It. Waltera met John L. Hopkins for the first timo since he was caught In his wife's room, Tuesday, and fired five shots at him, without effect, perhaps tho more's tho pity. A Bult for divorce will bo tried at the next term of court In Shelby. i An effort is being made to got up a match race between Bicyclists Robert Adams, of Somerset, and Sam Hocker, of Kansas City, who is visiting here. Both of tho gentlemen have enviable recorJs as riders and a race would no doubt prove very interesting. Mr. Hocker ia ready and willing and Mr, Adams has been written to. Bahokcue. Mercer democrats aro going to have an old-fashioned barbecue at Harrodsburg Saturday In honor of Gen. P. Wat Hardin and Gov. McCreary. Aside from the burgoo and other requisites there will be speeches by Gen. Hardin, Gov. Brown, Senator Blackburn, Congressman McCreary and others. Tbe Stanford Uniformed Band of 22 pieces will help to make music for the throng. The Academy under tho charge of Prof. F. J. DuUey, assisted by Miea Paxton, is growing daily in graco and numbers. There aro double as many pupils now as on opening day and the cry is still they come. Tho professor does not believo in Bparing the rod and spoiling the child, and since ho dressed down two of tho most unruly youngsters ho has had littlo trouble Ho la determined to run the school himself, and most of tho pupils appear willing for him to do it. We give a few of tho moro important things that Gov, McCreary has accomplished in Congress, on our first page. Tho record is a remarkablo ono, but it only relurs to National legislation. What he has done for his constituents would fill a volume, tie has been inBtant in season and out of season, and if a man, woman or child, democrat, republican prohibitionist or what not, has ever sought hia aid in vain, we have never heard of it. Ot courso the people of the 8th intend to keep him in Congress. Tbe question of majority ia the only one to be considered. A Kick That May Cost. Some timo ago, B. D. Holtzclaw, sold a negro a lot of lumber, which he did not pay for ac cording to promise. The other day be saw tbe man building a house for John Pope and supposing that he was using tho lumber he bought from him, Holtzclaw proceeded to kick Both gable ends out. The negro had him arrested and he was brought before the police judgo at Rowland yesterday, but County Attorney J. B.Paxton tound that tho jurisdiction of that officer did not extend beyond hia town limits, and tho case was set for tho '25tb, when Judce Varnon will Bay how much the kick was worth. Tub jury in the case of Pat Cano for tho murder of Marshal Silcox, of Shelby City, waa easllyjobtained out of the reg ular panol of the Boyio circuit court, and the trial began Tuesday, The Com monwealth proved that it waa an unpro voked murder and rested;at noon Wed nesday. 'lue defense is that Cane thought that Silcox waa backed by white capa and shot to save bis life. Commonwealths Attorney John Sam Owsley, Jr., Is assisted by Messrs. Harding, Goodloe and Corn, while Judge R. J. Breckinridge and Graham Price represent the accused. Theltrial waa still in progress mou witn nttle pros pects ol gettingtbrough by night. Qk. i MATRIMONjALMAnERS. It is telegraphed that W. K. and wlfo are reconciled and will occupy Marble House. Edwin Gould denies the report that hia sister, MIsa Anna, ia engaged to Prince Francis of Battonburg. Mr. W. II. Rlgney, 21 and Miea Maria Underwood, 20, both of Hubble wero made one by Elder Joseph Ballou' Tuesday. Mr. J. D. Anderson and Mia Mario E. Johnson, both of this county, obtained license hero and were married by Eld. J. G. Livingston, Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Harper, of Wabash, Intl., a comely widow of 50, has filed suit for $5,000 damages for breach of promise against Michael Haro, aged 75. Mr. Tyler Nash and MIbs Mary Gay, two prominent eociety people, wero married in Woodford. Miss Bosie Wool-folk, of Danville, was ono of the bridesmaids. Thero is a family in Wolfo county, which consists of twin husbands, twin wives and two sots ot twin babies, each and all red headed. Wo suppose they own nothing but white horses. Mr. William Powell, 21, and Mies Wilmurth Lyons, 17, both of Junction City, drove up hero yesterday and were married by Eld. V. E. EUIa at hia residence. Tho bride Is a real littlo beauty. Miss Nauntee, the beautiful daughter of Mr. It. It. Denton, of Garrard, was married last week to Mr. Victor Lear, also of Garrard. Tbe bride is a sister of Mrs. Samuel II. Rout, of the West End. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Rev J. M. Bruco'a Liberty College with 100 pupils. Ivder J. G. Livingston is Holding a meeting at Watts Chapel. There had been ono addition to yesterday. Tho heresy charges against Dr. W. T. Poynter, of Shelbyville, were withdrawn by the Kentucky Conference. There aro more missionaries in Corea from tho Presbyterian and Methodist churches than from other denominations. There will bo preaching at Rush Branch church next Sunday at 11 a. m. All tho members are requested to bo present. Tho noted Georgia evangelist, Dr. Culpepper, closed a meeting at Mo., with 200 additions to tho different churches. Eld. Strother M. Cook, Jr., was here this week. Ho will sail early in October for Africa, where he goes as missionary (or the fourth time. At tho beginning of this century thero were only 47 translations of the Biblo in existence, while to-day there are 00 entire and 30 partial translations. Mrs. Elizabeth Lord, an eccentric old lady who recently died in Brooklyn, left S13.000 in her will to Mrs. Dr. Talmage, of whose husband as a preacher she was a great admirer. Eider Surber was taken to task by Uncle Ben Allen, at Harrodsburg, for saying in the pulpit that ho did not know whether a man could bo a Christian and support either tho democrat or republican party. The old man said he was 80, and it was the first time that he had over heard tho democratic party maligned from the pulpit. Tho Northern Methodist Conference mado tho following appointments for the Middlesboroush district: S. K. Itamoy, Presiding Elder; Barbourvillo D. Stevonson, and president Union College; Beattyville M. M. Rountreei Boonovlllo W. II. Crane; Breathitt To bo supplied; Compton O. S. Stump; Clay To bo supplied; College Hill S. F. Kelley; Corbin-O. S. Markin; Estill F. L. Creech; Harlan To bo supplied; Highland John Godby; London J. F Hopkins; H. Eukln; Williamsburg C. M. Baker; Woodbine T. J. Perkins. In tho Lexington district Fred Gridln goes to Mlddleburg; II. D. Burnett to Pulaski; V. T. Willis to olosville and E. B. Hill to Somerset. The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Church South, which had been in Besslonjit Frankfort, adjourned Tuesday. Winchester waa chosen for the next place of meeting. The appointments from the Danville district are: Presiding Elder, W. F. Vaughn. Danville, W. F. Taylor. Harrodsburg, J. It. Deering. Nicholasyille, J. E. Wright. Perryville, E. H. Godbey. Mockvillo, 8. W. Peoplea. Chaplin, W. F. Eckler. Lawrencoburg, E. McClure. Salt River, W. D. Welburn. Salvisa, Low S. Wallace. Wilmore and Roberts' chapol, J. Sawyer. Stanford and McKendree, W. E. Arnold; F. T. Mclntyre, supernumerary. Richmond and Providence, A. Redd. Collego Hill, B. Fj Cosby. Burgin, A. P. Jones. Junction City, J. Isen. Aabury College, J. W. HugheB. Conference Colporteur, J. W. Haine. Lancaster, F. M. Hill. " Elliott Institute, Whitley Waldrop. In the Mlddlesboro district M. F. Moorea goea to Mlddlesboro; C. E. Boa-well to London; A. E. Oolgrove to Manchester and Barbourville; F. A. Savage to Pineville, and W. P. Ragan to East BernstadU Presiding Elder H. P. Walker ia transferred to the Covington district; F. S. Pollltt goea to Frankfort and T. J. Clodbey remains at La Grange. A New York dime museum man baa offered Col. Breckinridge a fat sum to pea on hia stage. A largo ouantitv of tiftarln hneo tmnn found in the Ohio river near New Rich mond, O. The gold reserve in tho National treasury is continually increasing. It is nearly 60,000,000 now. Tho National Distributing Co., a rival of tho Whisky Trust, has been incorporated in New York. It goea against nn old man's grain to find his son sowing wild oats, drinking rye and getting corned. Picayune. Judge Gibbons decided at Chicago that the whisky trust is illegal. If sustained this will end the concern. Dr Tracy's report just mado to the health department shows that the "tenement house population" of New York ia now 1,332,772. On account of thn small crowd and the conflict with Mr. Feland'a sale, Mr. O. J. Craig decided to postpone his sale. Heia undecided now when ho will sell. Col. Breckinridge ia out of politics ond Madeline Pollard haa abandoned a stage career. Thanksgiving Day will bo heartily celebrated this year. N. Y. World. O. 0. McIIyar, business manager of the Meade County, Kentucky, Messenger, committed suicide because of "sickness, disappointment, discouragement and an utterly hopeless future." The coffin in which the body of the late fruit merchant, Joe Denunzlo, waa burled waa the finest ever sold in It cost 2S00, the trimmings being of solid silver. His estate is estimated at $500,000. This is telegraphed from Gallipolis, O.: "Mrs. Maggie Jones, a partially deaf colored lady, living at Point Pleasant, was told that if sho would hind a live toad on each ear for 24 hours her bearing would be restored. She followed the advlco and can now hear very distinctly. NEW ADVERTISE E.Y1U DUROC JERSEY &&?:: Heady lor Service. All subject to register. Ap ply to J. M. MeRoberts, Stanford. Ky. SIM GRAHAM Ii a candidate lor Conttable in the Highland and Wayneiburir Maclsterlal District, subject to tho action of the republican party. Desirable Farm for Sale. Situated hall a mile Wett of McKinnoy and containing 131 acret of land in good state ot cultivation Pouenion given by Jan. nt, 1895. For particular! apply to KV. M. ESTES cr JAS. W. GIVEN'S, J im McKinnev, Ky. TO THE LA.DZES I Mill Jarboe, ny trimmer, Iain the cities buy-ins my Fall and Winter Stock, and I will not make my usual fall trip. Iloth Miss Jarboeand her purchases will arrive next week and you are cordially invited to call. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky. The Southern Magazine IS NOT SATISFIED With beta? "tho Best Magazine ever published in the South." It wishes to cover thoroughly the whole field: to visit regularly every reading family in the South. To uothis, its lubscription price has been Reduced to SI.SO A Yoar. Ileginnlng with the October Number. BUT the Maganne will contmuo to grotr in quality and to merit the Words of Praise it Receives. "The Southern Magazine is a handsomely and well edited literary magazine, able to compare without disfavor with tho oest monthly journals ol the metropolis.'1 lteview of Reviews. May 1S94 Our circulation has increased tenfold in the past year, but wo arc after tho. 100,000 mark. Send 10 cents tor samel copy to THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE, Louimlle, Ky. A Fine Farm For Sale I As agent for the widow and heirs of I. P. Land, dee'd, I will offer tor sale the splendid farm ot about 326 ACRES OF LAND Near Hustonville, in Lincoln country, Kv, which I. P. Land died possessed. It not sold pri vatelv before tbal time the farm will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, At :t o'clock, sharp. The farm fronts on the Danville and Hustonville Turnpike road, about one halt mile South of Moreland station on the Cincinnati Southern R. K. It is one oi the best stock (arms In Lincoln county. The soil Is of a good quality of blue-grass land, finely set in grass and watered by never-failing springs and every foot of the land Is susceptible of easy and profitable The improvements consist of A Commodious Frame Dwelling. A targe barn and other outbuildings. A wide avenue extends from tbe residence to the turnpike road Hustonville, a place noted for its schools and churches, is a little more than a mile distant. The tarm can bo divided into three tracts of con. venient size and shape. Tubus. One. third cash when costeaaion Is giv en and deed made, the remainder in six and ia months, with Interest from date and lien retained. At the same time and place I will sell about too or Knob Land, aoout two miiea&oumeasioi mru ersville, adjoining the lands of Bud Martin, Al- For further information apply to John T. Land on the premises or myselt at Hustonville. ry, EDWARD ALCORN. 4; Agent for J. P. Land's Heirs. MYERS HOUSE X.X1T XR1T ST ABX.X P. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which is run n connection with the well-known Myers iiouic, nas oeca suppueu wiia A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Baggies, Wagons, atj. Supplies and is better than tin prepaia .supply the public with BIOS OF ALL, KINDS, Personal and promptatttntion given to Wedding Parties and Burlala. P. W. ORKKN, AL BURNS.Managcr. Proprietor 2. Fall is approachincr, and when "Lover's RerrMt" hnc ,Vthriri Bridal presents doubtless will be greatly demanded, Take my advice and seek at once Danks the Jeweler's store; russtocKot silverware, clocks, belt was never cquaiea Deiore. Housekeepers do you need handsome dishes, spoons, forks or knives? Danks, the Jeweler's, is the place to save your fives. :is "brownie" stick pins are the His shell side combs too, iust suit He has in stock a full line of lock rings, In fact his store is just full of beautiful things. ne is always as busy as a bee. For as you know" a watchmaker is Selling Out! Selling Out! Tremendious Bargains in all Departments, t O! XJ Pl W p!aC n sale today one lot ladies' fcAJl fine custom made, hand turned shnct. Iarv and button, size 2 to 7, D and E S2.50 and S3 and price to close Si. 50. Best jj J 1 VV- ues ever offered in reliable footwear. 800 HATS. Latest Style FalllHats at One-Half worth S2.50, slightly damaged, one and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular S3 and $4 hat grades, your "'"'i1" mc"! "usners, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. Remember we will be with you but a short while now. o Fo pJONIES & Gome and Deposit Your money with us. Raiment for the body is better than gold. This we have to suit all and at very low prices. Trade is reviving everywhere and why should we not be IN TM1 Hundreds of factories that have some goods have advanced some and some 4c. So come and buy before the retailers are compelled to advance their prices. We shall be found at the old stand under the St. Asaph Hotel, always ready and willing to serve our friends. Our Is arriving every week and we are forcing our way rapidly to the front. New Fall Dress Goods, new Satteens, new Penangs, new Prints, new Ginghams, new Shoes, new Clothing everything new and well adjusted to the new tariff law. Come and see for yourself. We delight in showing our goods. HUGHES & TATE." GOOD News for You aasanamBnaaassmaBniBisi The value of a dollar increased to a dollar and a quarter. That is you can buy as many goods for $1 as you have to pay Si. 25 for many other places. THE - TRUTH Is you can buy more Dry Gooi;. Notion;. Carps:;, Ski. And the like . h, v i " T buckles and other fancy things "swellesf ' vnn ran nr the hair. bracelets and the newest birth stone he. lasts, worth Jtk m r f 800 their value. One lot mens' hats price to close, enr. T'fnc cv SWIM been stopped are startintr uo and Stocli for 100 cents at SEVERANCE & SONS' Than any other Store in Central Kentucky. W. :. W. : WITHERS, Headquarters for HOUSEHOLD : FURNITUEE, : &C, Bed Room Suites, Folding Beds, Side Boards, Wardrobes, Spring Beds, Parlor Suites and Couches. Don't fail to see my stock of Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors, &c. You can use your money to advantage by trading with me. In the first place I show the latest styles, secondly HVElsT PBIOBS .A.:E&:E XiOWIEK On every piece than ever quoted, before. Give me a trial and see that your purse is honestly dealt with. W. W. WITHERS. Opposite St. Asaph Hotel: 1 1 M k t 1 i h . I.