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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
BrANFORD, Kir., OcTonnn 23, 1894
E. C. Walton, Business Manager
MEANS IU8INESS.
Boy your school uuokb and school sup
plies oi all kinds nt A. It. 1'unny's.
Watch kr, clocks and jewelry repaired
And warranted. Engrnviuvc a specialty,
at A. It. 1'onny's.
Tub largest stock of Drugs, Medicines,
Perfumory, Faints and Wail Papor at
A. K. Penny's, Inscriptions n specialty.
PERSONAL POINTS.
Mns. Jkn.nik Dunn Ih very ill at JudRO
8 m (ley's.
Mhh. J. Q. Oari'Kntkh is visiting in
Grab Orchard.
John It. Famiis, of Loxlngton, spent
SantJay with friends hero.
Mk. J. II. Nunnkllky, of Every where,
is visiting his parents hero.
Mns, Jebsir Moor.it, of Bucnn Vista,
Ga., ia visiting Men. L. H. Cook.
Mns. M, K. Loud and Mrs. T. II. Saun
dors havo ruth rued from Louisvillo.
Miss Annik IIalk has been the guest
of Miss Katin Leo Yeager, of Boyle.
Miui. J. .W. Babtin, of Pittsburg, Is
visiting Mrs. A. 0. Martin, at Saulley.
Mips Katk Hundley, of loxlngton,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Hundley.
Mn. 0. E Tat went to Cincinnati
yesterday to replenish his stock of goods.
Mips Evelyn Buchanan, of Crab
Orchard, la visiting Miss Ewlo Burch.
Miss Suhik Lasmy spent several days
with Mrs. Sou Holmes, in the East End.
Mr. Uillik It. Colli, the lecturer, is
hero arranging for a dato In November
Mns. Mollis Youso, of Lancaster,
took tho train here yesterday for Louis
vllle.
Mum Maiiy McKi.nnsy Is down with a
severe cold at hur sister, Mrs. W. M.
Bright'
Miso Nkttie Wbay Is eomo better, but
Dwlght Itoot, Jr., who has typhoid fover,
Is very HI. ,
Mr. M. F. Hkhhino and family have
moved Into W. II. Anderson's property
on Somerset street.
Mrs. Marshall, of Parksville, who
has been visiting Mrs. T. P. Hill, returned
home yesterday.
Mit. and Mrs. John Lke Klkin and
Miss Josle Bradloy. of Harrodsburg, have
been visiting relatives here.
Mr. J. G. Dinky Is In Lexington at
tending to Georgo Denny's businetsff
fairs while that gentleman ia make his
canvass.
Mrs. Bxttis 0. McKinney and Miss
Nannio Baughnun returned from Martinsville,
Intl., yesterday, very much Ira
proved in health.
Mr. J. B. Cook, of the Internal Revenue
service, who is now getting a holiday
bo don't ao much onjoy, and Mr.
James Reld were here yesterday.
Late advices from the bedside of Hon.
J. N. Saunders at Springfield are to the
effect that ho had recovered from a relapse
and was on a fair road to convalescence.
Messrs. JakkJoski'h and W. F. Hen'
ry, of Lancaster, and Will Speed, of Somerset,
assisted the members of Diadem
Lodge 2?o, SI , K, of P. In conferring tho
Knight rank Thursday night.
Mn, W. Lcti Evanb and brldo returned
Sunday morning from their bridal
tour and nro now cozlly domiciled at the
Myers Houso. Thoy spent tho ilrat Sunday
of their married life with Mrs. Evans'
mother at Hustonville.
Mr. 0. E. Woods, of tho Richmond
Register, was elected Grand Recorder at
tho National Convention of tho Sigma
Nu Fraternity at Indianapolis. This
gives him tho editorial management of
tho official organ of tho fraternity, which
will pay him 11,000 a year. Tho compliment
could not liavu been more worthily
bestowed.
MBua. It. G. Williams, of Mt. Vtr
non, Ulle J. Howard and Montgomery,
of Ghent, who ar'o attending tho
law department of Centre Collego, weie
up Saturday to see Borne of our prettiest
girls. Mr. Howard is a brother of Mit a
Gertrude Howard, formerly of tho college
faculty here, and her friends were
delighted to see him.
CITY AND VICINITY.
Trade with Danks, the jeweler.
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"Fair, cooler Tuejday morning."
Wkddino presents in great variety at
Danks', the Joweler.
Don't buy cloaks or wraps without
calling on us. Hughes A Tate.
Ik you want clothing or shoes and
boots como to us. Hughes A Tate.
Born, to tho wife of Mr. Wm. Phillips,
living on the Danvlllo plko, a
boy William Breckinridge.
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The dwelling of W. H. Terry, near
Jumbo, burned Saturday, together with
a good portion of the contents. Tho fire
was tho result of a defective flue and
thero was no insurance.
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Gait. Richards, manager of tho My-
ors House, will bo glad to see his many
friends and hayo them stop with him
,wbon in town. Remember him wheu
you come to circuit court.
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Tub L. A N. will soil round trip tickets
to Louisville at one fare Oct. 23 to 20,
with limit to 27th, on account of tho
Louisville Fair and Driving Association
and Stato Immigration Convention.
Pay your 1891 Uue.
8idx combs, hair pins at Danks'.
We lit spectacles. Dank, the Jew 0
eler.
Nick line ol cooking and heating stoves
at Karris & Hardin's.
Chestnuts aro plentiful and nro selling
at $1.00 pur bushel.
Hides. Highest market prlco paid for
them in cash by M. F. Elkin.
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lv you want nn artistically finished
picture go to Ejrp's Art Gallery, Stan'
ford.
TwocottMges on Whitley Avenue for
rent at St) each pur month. Miller fc
Helm. .
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(inoiioK, sun of J. 0. Florence, was severely
hurt about tho knee while playing
Friday.
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Meat cutters, butcher knives, sausage
machines, coal hods, vases and fire sets
at Forris & Hardin's.
Nuw goods of all kinds and a big lot of
Zeigler shoes just received at 8. II.
Shanks'. Call and see.
Jp your hair is falling out go to Wilkinson's
and have it stopped. He has a
suro cure for scalp trouble.
.
Fon Rent. Residence occupied by B
K. Wearen. Price 115, monthly payments.
Thoa. Richards, Stanford.
Another attempt to sell that, great
white elephant, the Four Seasons Hotel,
at Harrogate, Tenn., will be mado Nov
20.
Ws will give ono ticket on a 150 sowing
machine for ovory $2 50 spent with
us until Jan. 1, '93. W. H. Wearen A
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While you are in Stanford during
court call at E. Wilkinson's barber shop
and got a quick shnvo and a stylish haircut.
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Death. A young son of Constablo T.
J. Benedict died Saturday of diptheria
and two of his children aro now down
with that fearful disease.
Gov. McCreary spoke at Mt. Vernon
yesterday and today will address the good
people at, Brodhead. To-morrow, 2Jth
he Is to speak at Livingston.
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The saw and planing mill of J. L.
Johnson, near Kingaville, burned Saturday.
It ia thought that the mill caught
from burning saw dust near by.
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Jo Williman, tho hustling merchant
of Jumbo, has bought of Uapt. I. N
Johnson his saw and grist mill and will
operate them both near his place of business.
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Ocr democratic fneud, -Mr. It. It. Gentry,
Is raising a family of girls. His wife
presented uun witn anotner tine young
lady Tuesday night. The father, mother
and baby aro all doing well.
Ma. K. L. Tanner has traded his tlour
ing mill at McKinney to J.E. Tomlinson
A Co., for their storo and some real estate
at Somerset. One of Mr. Tanner's
sons will likely run the storo traded for.
Editor Ciusnct, ol tiio JJorbin Enterprise,
Bitys that our statement is false
with reference to a scarcity of water at
Corbin and then virtually admits lie
truth, except that he says tho wells there
aro still furnishing n full Biipply of drinking
waier. But who would drink wato
out of a typhoid fever breeding well?
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The trustee of the jury fuud, Mr. G
L.fPonny, is now paying the jurors for
tho June court, tho money having bo in
turned over by the sheriff on tho order
oflho auditor. If there is any troublo
about the payment of the feea at this
terufof "tile court, tho jurors can call at
this office and havo their claims cashed
for a small per cent.
A rei'UIilican friend auggvsta that tho
picturo we printed in our lost was more
like tho editor than tbo republican can
didato for county judge. As a matter of
fact and to please our friend wo will Bay
that It was our picturo. Moreover the
sketch accompanying it did not say it was
a picture of beautiful and accomplished
head ot the republican party in Lincoln
county. Our critic should read with his
specs on.
And still it raineth not. The cry for
water goes up from all over tho county,
many farmes having to haul it for miles
to their stock. Mr. Joseph McOlary, Sr.i
tells ub that Dix River, from which Danville
is to get its supply of water, has
ceased to run, it being lower now than in
the 27 years he has lived near It. The
prospect for rnin Beema to havo passed
and no promiBO is held out for it by the
acnal service. It Is getting very near
the time some praying should be done,
So far as we can gather tbo tactics of
Boss Davison is to lot the rest of tho re
publican ticket but himself and tho magistrates
in the Crab Orchard and Waynes-burg
districts, go by the board and con.
centrato all tbo forces on those three, so
that he with his two henchmon if elected
could carry things his own way.j After
this year there will bo but four mag
istrates in the county and those with the
county iudgo will form the fiscal court.
Should the three ho elected, tho republi
cans will havo a majority. Are tbo democrats
ready to turn over the affairs of
the county to such an Irresponsible ot?
If not let them enow their faith by their
works. '
Gentlemen, boo our lino of under
woar. Severance A Son.
Pay your 1801 taxes at onco and save
per cont. J. N. Menefee, sheriff.
Water is extremely scarce in the
Waynesburgand Kingsville sections and
wells and springs that have heretofore
bqan considered never failing ore now
dry. Stock water la also hard to find.
The fiscal court of Bourbon voted Commonwealth's
Attorney Smith a supplemental
amount of $500 to his salary.
Surely tho four counties of this district
will together give that amount to
Attorney John S. Owsley,
Jr. Tho nalary of 5500 paid by the State
is far too small to support a man and
family. Besides ho deserves every cent
ho onke.
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While wo have an abiding faith in the
honor of Lincoln county democrats and
are hopeful of the best results, the political
outlook ia not so good as we would
like to havo it. Tho democratic ticket
will doubtless be elected, but good and
strong effbrta from now till election day.
will be necessary to accomplish it. Lot
every true democrat pull off his coat and
roll up his sleeves and wo shall havo a
glorious victory to record on Nov. G.
The Caledonians hardly maintained
their reputation as entertainers at their
last meeting, but they plead a lack of
preparation, which la hardly a good excuse
(pr such occasions. Mr. S. W. Men
efeo welcomed tho audience in an impromptu
speech, in which ho got a little
mixed, but succeeded in getting there
all the hhhio. ABhby M. Warren recited in
tiis uauxily fine manner and Mies Nora
Morels mi sang a eong in her sweetest way
and ah loudly encored, but the gem of
the evening was the nolo by Miss Mary
Coneu, tho accomplished music teacher
at the College. Her selection was "Dear
Heart," and her fine soprano voice gave
it a sweetness rarely heard. She was
encored to the echo and responded in
another pleasing selection. Mies Ethyl
Ueazley, who always does well, recited
very gracefully, and the debate "Whether
it is better to have Loved and Lost
than nover to have Loved at all" was announced.
Messrs. J. L. Beszley and W.
U. Shanks spoke for tho affirmative and
S. W. Menoleo and W. S. Borch for the
negative. Tho judges, Dr. J. G. Carpenter,
Will Gainea and M. F. Elkin, decided
for tho affirmative. Editor E. C.
Gaines then read the "Whangdoodle,"
In which some bon mots appeared in a
wilderness of hoary chestnuts. Tho next
meeting will be held two weekB later,
when tho boys promise to bo in better
shape to discuss tno question selected.
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The fickleness ol a woman's heart Iisb
been veryssadly demonstrated to Mr. EJ
Powell, of the West End. After paying
his devoirs to Miss Bessio Moore for a
long timo, bo at length secured from her
a confession of love and a promise to
marry him. Tho wedding was fixed for to
day, the attendants selected and friends
invited to witness the union of "two
souls with but a single thought, two
hearts that beat as ono." But there is
many a slip 'twixt tho cup and tho lip
and Mr. Powell, who is an exceedingly
nlcayoungman, can console himself with
the thought, that ho is fortunate in not
having been ',bound to a woman who
could play so falsely. Thursday night
Mies Moore, who is a niece of Prof. A. A.
Nelson, of Contro College, Danville, and
makes her homo with him, went with
several others to spend the evening with
Misu Jonniu McKinney. Messrs. Bev
Batterton and Frank Rend were in the
took the young lady to
the real man of her choice, Mr. Wm.
Stodghill, and then with Misses Mary
Batterton and Bessie Read went with
them to Cincinnati, whore in the parlors
of tho Grand Hotel, they wero made
husband and wife. Mr. Stodghill is sec
retary and treasurer, of tho Kentucky
Stock Farm Publishing Co., and will con
tinue to live in Lexington.
Tue Danville Advocate growa hilarious
over tho alleged shortness of the water
supply herojand says tho bottom of our
reservoir Is conspicuous for its prominence.
Our friend is smarter than ho is
wiso. This has boen an exceptionally
dry year and yet we havo all tho water
we can uso of a very oxcellent quality.
Tho only trouble is that we have not reservoir
capacity sufficient for such a
drouth, although there are two of good
Biro. The bottom of the one our funny
man saw waa that of the one that is being
deepened and enlarged. Thero has
been no lack of water tor all the purposes
in town, including the mills, butSupt.
Hayden did ask the railroad company,
which was using over 100,000 gallons a
day to do with as small a quantity as
possible Tho company has stopped
washing its engines out at Rowland, but
atill takes water for a dozen ormoro loco
motives. The present dry spell has
tauuhtthe water company a lesson that
it will profit by. There is an inexhaustible
supply of puro water from dozen
Bprtng8anuin inturo bucu a aeason as
this will be prepared for. The water here
will always be pure and cool. When
Danville gets here it will. not only be hot
in the summer from being in a stand
pipe, but it will smell so badly half the
year that our Danville friends will have
to mix tho mean whisky they get from
their blind tigers with it to make
it at all palatable. Wo nover laugh at
our unfortunate friends, however,' but
we sincerely sympathize with the people
of Danville over vrbat they have got to
endure.
We commend the perusal of the communication
signed "Domocrat" on our
first pago. It will help the weak-backed
greatly.
Tub Central University Foot Ball team
defeated the Louisville Athletic Club on
their own grounds Saturday 28 to 0, but
tho Centre Collego team was bested by
the Vanderbilte at Nsshvllle 0 to 0.
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Mn. James H. Caktkr Is obout completing
a handsome residence near his
Btore on Halls Gap. Three springs on
hia farm are tho headwaters of Logans
Creek, Huck creek and Green river.
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Tiik following ticket I ma been selected
for trustees of tho town of Rowland:
Harry Dunn, W, M. Tapp, John W.
Flowers, Win. Bunn and Alfre'd Haley;
for polico judge, WHUb C. Baruett, una
marshal, T. D. Martin,
The so-called democrat who Is one for
revenue only and goee back on his party
because it does not keep him in office, or
acts exactly as ho wants It, is one of tho
yellow dog variety, and ought to shinny
on the republican Bide now and alwaya.
Such men are worse than straight out
enemies to any cause.
Marshal Newland filed yesterday,
too lato for publication in this issue, notice
of sale for taxes of tho lands of Mrs.
M. J. Miller and J. S. Murphy lying in
town. He also advertises property of
Messrs. D. W. Vandeveer, W. P. Tate,
H. S. Withers, J. P. Bailey, S. J. Etnbry,
J. M. Mcltoberte, A. D. Root, S. H.
Baughman, Mrs. Lou Shanks and Mrs.
Baker for town taxes on lands inside of
town limits.
Circuit Court. Promptly at 0:30 yesterday
the deep sounding tones of tho
court-house bell announced that the "big
court" was about to begin and in a few
minutes Deputy Sheriff Sam Menefee
with great dignity said: "Hear ye, hear
ye, the circuit court of the 13th judicial
district of the Stato of Kentucky sitting
for and within the county of Lincoln is
now open for the transaction of business,
tho Hon. M. O. Saufley, judge presiding."
The grand jurors were then sworn in as
IoIIowb: O. A. Redd, L. C Carpenter, T.
M. Holmes, J. M. White, G. B. Barnett,
T. W. NBpler, Frank Rigney, M. N. De-Pauw,
L. K. Wells, Dan Holman, L. M.
LaBley and G. W. Evans. At the request
of the judge County Attorney Joseph B.
Paxton delivered the charge, which' he
did in a full and comprehensive manner.
L. M. LaBley was appointed foreman aud
hen the petit jurors were announced as
follows: W. M. Dudderar, B. G. Gover,
Thos. Simpson, J. E. Wright, Frank Cor
dier, Wm. Holman, Jerry Briscoe, A. M
Frye, W. M. Lackey, Je8s Huston, J. M"
Sibold.J.T. Chad wick, Reuben Curtis, W,
F. Abrahams, Joslah Bishop, A. B. McKinney,
David Scott, A. M. Pence, Ed
Miller, John Tucker, J. R. Halec, F. M-War,
Cicero Reynolds, W. H. Dudderar.
On the call of the docket a number of
cases were continued. James May field,
for carrying concealed weapons, has left
the country nnd tho caso was dismissed,
ns were the cases against Sam Becker for
thosamo offense and James Vanhook
for breach of the peace.
A jury in tho cuse of Alonzo Baker
was sworn and n good case was being
made out against him for carrying concealed
weapons, when it was discovered
that by an inexcusable oversight tho ju
rors had not been asked if they wero on
the grand jury that indicted him. Three
of them were, bo Mr. Baker went free.
Ido Austin, gaming, will be tried
Wednesday, if the order for tho arrest of
witnesses can be surved. Tiosley
for carrying concealed weapons,
plead former conviction for the offense
in which the pistol was drawn and he
waa discharged. Jim Owsley, for running
into Squiro E. B. Caldwell, Jr.'s
wagon, was acquitted, tho squire not
wishing to prosecute hira. Obas. Wake
field, malicious woundintr, was not present,
bo bis bond was declared forfeited
nnd order of arrest issued. H. H. Wade,
for selling liquor to minor, was acquitted
and Joseph Coffey in one caso and Thos.
Dalton in two for the same offense, were
fined respectively 50 and $100.
In the afternoon the judgments againit
Joe Coffdy and Thomas Dalton, which
had been entered by default of their at
torney to answer, he being at the time
out of tho court room, were set asido
and on the trial of the cases they were
both acquitted.
Curtis Gover, soiling whisky to inebriate,
acquitted. P. W. Green was acquitted
in two cases for Belling minor
liquor. J. W. James dismissed in one
case for selling liquor to inebriate and
other five cases for selling -unlawfully
held up to await decision of court of appeals.
L. A N. R. R., for trespass, two
cases pet for Oct. 29. Jim Wickorsham,
furnishing liquor on election day, dismissed
at his costB.
The five cases against Wm. and Mack
Mooro for breach of tho peace were set
for next Thursday. WinfieldWare and
Frank Hogue will havo a hearing on
Monday, next,
The rostrum is nicely carpeted and
thero is an air of neatness not usually
noticeable. Tbo judge announced that
no one but the officers of tho court, the
lawyers, tho jurors and others having
business within the bar would be permit
ted there. Sam Owens saya the judge
also Baid he would enter a fine of $5
against any man who dared expectorate
on that carpet, but we did not hear it.
He ought to say it, however, if ho didn't
and stick to it too.
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No Charge for Examination. Will guarantee a Fit or no Pay.
BANKS, the
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Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the
Most Complete Stock Of Furniture
ever brought to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this
week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT.
Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my
and will continue to make my customers prices that will certainly
induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegantFall stock.
Holiday, birth-day and wedding presents.
W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel
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The Happy Faees
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new clothing, and all the new and cheap things out.
flUGHES & TATE.
DIAMOND
THEY
IN
The Bargains We Are Showing In
Cloaks, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hos-
iery, Blankets, Gloves, Shoes,
Flannels, Comforts,&c.
Whether you be friend or foe
hard-earned dollars buy as much
WIFE & CHILDREN'S SAKE.
Come and spend your cash with us; we are selling
than they were ever sold in, Stanford.
gEVBRAJKCfl g & 8 BON.
LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS.
Parlor Lamps in great variety.
Stanford.
Queensware,
, ' Glassware, &c.
Stock. Breeders teemed from tha beet herd la
DO YOU NEED
SPECTACLES?
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FIT SCIENTIFICALLY.
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All made so by buying goods
from the Great Empcrium of
Fashion. They have bought their
, winter wraps, winter dress goods,
shoes, winter underwear, the
most stylish and the
made, from us and for less
money than ever before. Would
you wear the Jsame broad smile?
Then come and do likewise and
do not run away from home to
buy inferior styles and qualities
at ahighprice.ftExamine first
our stylish cloaks and wraps, our
new weaves and figures in dress
goods, new underwear, new shoes
ARE
THE ROUGH !
to us you should make your
as possible for your self, your
goods lower
Handsomest line ever brought to
WTe also lead in
Call and See a Beautiful Line.
FARRIS & HARDIN.
THE HERD OP
Duroc Red Jersey Swine
It. H. Bronaugh, Pror,
Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky
Pigt foi ia!4 from the but trpei cf Rtgiitcred
several diUerent States. Correspondence Solicited
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