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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal, VOL. XXIII STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1895. NO. 3 BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mr. Alex Luak delivered n lecture nt Hit) Baptist clmrcli Wednesday night In tho Interest of tho W. C. T. I Mr. John Vauhook, of Gibson, I ml., Hub boun In town for a few days, visiting tho Woodyard and Ohorry fauiillua. Mr. George UufI and family loft on tho night train TueBday for llllnola. Mlaa Annie Kllintt, of Lily, la spending r tow weeka hero with her aunt, Mra. Tilman Gilpin. Mr. W. II. I'tsllus, our night operator, wont to aeo his heat girl last week, nnd returned looklux much better. Mr. Stephen Winkler anil Mlas Mnt tie Adatna were united in matrimony at tho realdenco of Mr. Tilman Gilpin Thuraday night. Uro. Piko ollklnted and tho brass band furnlahed them aoiue fine music. Bro. E. Snodgrnaa held a few day a' meeting at tho Christian church here last week. Ho cloaed Sunday night with a lecturo on Japan, with aome magic lantern scenes, llluitrating the manners and customs of that couutry, and aome said after ho waa through that they would liko to llvo in Japan and become citizens with the Japnneao. Prof. Watson and daughter closed their school at tho Academy laat Friday, having taught out the term for wblch they engaged. Mrs. Mattlo Carter will begin a three-month's term next Monday nnd wu hope the public will liberally patronize her, for she la a first claw teacher and la doing all alio can to tho educational intereats in this town and community. After hovering for nearly two weeka between life and death, the spirit of Mr. William Baker, who lived near Brodhead, took ita llight laat Sunday morning. He whs conscious till a short time boforo dissolution and the end came peacefully, The family, with Dra. 1.8. Burdett and Percy Benton, wero Rt his bodetdo and saw him breathe hla laat. Mr. Baker had been sick for nearly year, but did not take to hla bed till some aix weeks ago. Mr. Elltor, Itaeoma from tho way the newapper nion of this State write, that Mr. Hardin and none of the present aspirants for the nomination of Governor can give satisfaction to tho democratic party, nnd as It will require a unit among tho democrats and a united effort on their put 10 elect r governor over W. 0 Bradley, I can not seo but one consistent thing to do, and that ialo nominate ox-Gov. McCreary. Ho ia a man that all democrats will unite upon and a man whose record ia so clean and white that It would make ns all feel good toaeehlm governor onco moro. If ho should make tho raco for ua now and save the Stato from republicanism, I do not think any democrat would be In his way next timo, but that all together would say he should be our U. S Senator after hla term as governor expired. I think ho he ought to be made tho this time, and If tho democrats would make a united call that ho would respond. It willtako just such a man aa James B. McCreary to make this race succeaafully. Rich Thbat. Tho Andrews Opera Company, carrying 35 people nnd a full orchestra, will bo at Danvlllo Friday and Saturday nights, the 15th nnd lOthinBt., and parties in this city wishing to the two comic operas to bo patented on thoso dates can secure tickets by writinc at once to J. M. Cullins, Man- nger of the opBra hoiiBe, who will reserve the seats. "Tho Pretty Persian," a now opera, full of comedy nnd light, airy music, will bo glvon Friday night, nnd tho old favorite "Martha," Saturday night. Tho Andrews Company is highly apokon of by the preBS, ond in a week's engagement at Lexington laat year did a fino business. Tho company was secured at Danvillo only by giving a heavy guarantee. Tho music la bright, tho comedy sparkling, nnd tho costuming very handsome. . "Gentlemen, I can't toll u Ho about the horse; ho is blind in oito eye," Raid tho auctioneer. Tho horse was boou knock-ed down to n citizen who had been greatly struck by the auctioneer's honesty, nfter paying for tho horse, ho said: "You wero honest enough to toll mo that this animal wbb blind in one eye. Is there any other defect?" "Yes, sir, there ia. Ho is also blind in the other eye," waa tho prompt reply. Tit-Bits. Tho 53d Congreaa ia dead nnd dam-nod, but it should be given credit for its failure to eflect tho Hawaiian cable job. tho Blaino mansion job, tho Mahono lot job, tho war claims job and tho Frenchspoliation job. Of course, enough joba got through -ns tho Billion Dollar appropriations made at one extraordinary and two regular seaaloua will testify -to entltlo tho to an eternity in Fiddler's Green, or in nny lower and hotter department to bo had in Times. John Howard, of Ford, killed a wild duck nnd in dressing it, found in ita craw a flab that measured 8 inches, so it is said. OF A LOCAL MATURE. The report tint there is ainill pox at London In denied. Tho nt Lno, Whitley county, lias been discontinued. Speed Gondloe, a negro student nt Berea College, severely cut 0. 0. Ooyle, a white pupil nt tho same Institution. Tho Pinovllle Board of Oouncilmen, In a tit of petty spiff. has discharged ita pilico force nnd left the place in dark, nees nnd without water. Tom Howard, of Hell county, waB assassinated ns ho sat nt his tab!o eating supper. The murderer, probably h kinsman, tired through a window. John Parlin, n member of the notorious Partin gang, indicted for rape and other crimes, has been lauded in the Pinovllle j ill. The State's reward of flOO did It. J. M. (Jotton's residence uear burned and Mr. Cotton and wife, who wero bleeping iu an upstairs room, narrowly escaped being cremated. Loss 13,000; insurance 11,500. A small tornado from the Southwest swept over Harrodsburg Monday, damaging cooping, chimneya and badly frightening enrly ricera. Farmers report fences blown down and hay nnd straw stacks scattered. A south-bound freight train on the Cincinnati Southern railroad, a double-header, with 37 cars, jumped tho track on Lansing hill, 10 miles south of Somerset, making n total wreck of the engino and 18 cars. Nobody was serioualy Injured. Tom Grnvis, a bad man from Jackson county, waa shot and seriously wounded by Chief of Police Feeny nt Richmond Monday evening. He waa drunk and creating a disturbance and when olhcers Berry nnd O'Xoil attempted to arrest him, he mounted his horse and with pistol in hand detled them. Utile! Feeny appeared ou tho scene and Graves ahotat him. Feeny returned Ore with a shot gun striking him iu tho head, neck and shoulders. The olllcer was held in fj!0 bond till the examining trial Saturday. Dau villa will liavd another three, day fair this year -July 31 and Anguat 1 and '' -Wednesday, Thuraday and Friday. II. 0. Cozitt, of l'urkavllle, waa this morning sworn in aa coroner for Uoyle connty, and ia now lawfully prepared to discharge tho duties of that office. Miss Anna Sibold, of Stanford, has matriculated at Mias Heed's school iu this city. Tho council has repealed the ordinance prohibiting sales o( Btock ou Mjln street court days. Love and Will Lillard bought of Josh Adams 17 head of feeding cattle, about 1,000 average, at 3t nnd 3, D. C. Terhuno bought of Funis A Whitley a carload of of mules, three years old this aprfog, at $50. Tickets are selling rapidly to Col. W. O. P. Breckinridge's lecture, to be delivered Saturday night. Advocate. WILLOW GROVE. Mr. Richard Gooile. formerly of this place, but now of Lexington, waa visiting friends hero laat week. Mr. John Doolln, of Pulaski, ia yiaiting Mrs. Ann Goatiueau. Miss Goorgia Lowia ia in Someraet at bedaido of hor sister-in-law, Mra. A. A. Lowis, who is seriously ill. As our informant in regard to the renting of the King farm was a gentle-mm directly interested in the affair, and one whom we supposed to bo in posses sion of the ftictH, we did not think at the timo that we were reporting error to tho Intkiuoh Jouiinai,. Whether we wero Incorrectly informed, or whether it was merely n difference ol opinion between Mr. Bishop nnd our informant, we ahull not attempt to say, but are glad at any rnto lenrn that tho matter has been eo amicably adjuated. Mifs Mnttio BoBloy begau qulto n nourishing school nt Willow Grovo last Monday. Aa we passed by nnd saw tho children nt play we could not help but think of tho many diatinguiahod men o' Kentucky who'learned their elementary principles iu tho historic littlo They aro known tho world over nnd when that decoptivo goddess of earthly existence caUs tho roll for another century, tho number of honored citizens that have gone out from beneath tho parental roofs of Willow Grove will be found to be "as numberless as tho sands on tho seashore." Lucikn Lewis. An exchange says the iollowing is an infallible remedy for the grip: One gallon of whisky, one grain of quinine. Mix well beforo taking. If no ut !e uullc. J Iu O..U ..wL, either iu crease tho Yihl3y orrcduca tho qaiulne. Mrs. Lnura Dunhnm, one of our colored subscribers at Somerset, has beeu visiting hor mother hero. Tho biggest kind of a gold strike is reported in Southern California. m m A Million Friendd. A friend ia need it a friend ititiced, and not leu than one million havo found juat such a friend in Dr. King's New Uncover for Consumption, Couglu aud C'jlds. II fou have never used this grot I'oughMedicine, one tri.il will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all di the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bot tlci guarantied to do all that is claimed or mon eywili be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K l'cnny 's diug store. Large bottles 30c and i . HUSTON VILLE. D. S. Carp inter waa In Louisville last week, ou business. Mr. Crtle Brown und W. B. Wright will npply.hr the renewal nnd transfer of the license granted to Russell A Brown, noxt Monday. Dr. Elward Alcorn, after leaving Mr. J. H. A lam, of Longviow, Al.i., in possession of a fine girl, went to Now Orleans whore ho stayed several days. We are glad toaiy that Port Peacock, who has been staying with Mr. Jt G. Woatherford, at Milldile, ha secured a position. He will work for tho William S. Merrill Chemical Company, of Cincinnati. Miss Matfio Dinwiddle has gone to Louisville to work in n m'llinery storo; Miss Minnio DiuwidJio will Teave for Texas aoon. Bro. Miliken preached at tho Baptist church, Sunday. Some Bay they know that persons who work the county roads get $1 per day, whih others say thov know they do not. As It ia Impossible for both of them to bo right, will tho editor please Bay what ho knowi about it? (Tho workers of county roads have not heretofore gotton pay, but an act of the last Legislature, gives tho fiscal courts the right to juy for Huch work, nod we learn that each uninbar of the court in this county ia pledged to such p lymint. Ed ) Tho town board of trustees passed two ordinances Mondiy night. Oae mikes it a fiio of l to $5 to place any obstruction on the streets or ditches and the other is to catch tho auctionosr and p uldler, and makes them pay 3 per day orf25 per year. Tho peddlers have been running tho bluff on tho town by claim-in? that they are protected by tho inter StUe commerce laws, but the town will mikfl them do something moro than bluff after this. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. George Cogar, of Biyle, is paying tj for hemp. Wanted to rent grasj land. J. E. Bruce. Stanford. John Hill Bold to William Cash a bunch of yearling cattle at $9 05. Directly ateppid a half In 1:02 nt Sacrnmeuto, Cal., tho other day. The Gerry whipping post bill passed tho New York Senate unanimously. F. P. Bishop bought of L L. Dawson a No. 1 fresh Jersey cow for $31 50. All kinds of lumber, including fenc ing, wagon stud, Ac, for sale by Joe Williman, Jumbo Joe Thayer bought of A. J. Welch, the bookmaker, Kachael, 2:25, by HuBeell, for $1,000. Tho Paris Nows says J. W. Fergu son, Jr., bought 15 cattle, 1.000 lbj. average, iu Scott county at 3c. Tho Advocate says that R S. Nich o!s gavo J. O. Caldwell 12,500 for 10 acres of land at the toll gato on tho Harrodsburg pike, M. F. Elkin bought of S. H. Baugh-min a lot of shoats at 3) and of Middle-ton Lynn, James Geer and others a lot of butcher stuff at 2L At a moating at London Wednesday tho fair associatloua of Whitley, Knox and Laurel couuties, repreuting n capital of about $10,000, organizsd the Kentucky Fair nnd Hico Circuit. Judge W. L. Brown, of London, was elected preai dent; G. P. Bain, of Barhourvllle, secretary, nnd W. 15. Djlauey, of Williams burg, treauirer. Tho following dates were decided on: Loudon, August 21, threo days; Barbourville, Aug. 27, four days; Williamsburg, Sept 3, fourdiys. The Japanese have taken tho treaty port of New Chwang, which has been usod by the Chinese as their base o( operations north of the Gulf of Pechill. Tne Chinese losses are reported as 1.SS0 killed or wounded nnd 000 captured. Two hundred Japanese wero killed or wounded. After laboring for two weeks, the American Bimetallic League has issued its manifesto, proclaiming a new political party, devoted to the free coinage of silver and gold at lGto 1, and suggesting Joseph O. Sibley, of Pennsylvania, as a proper man for president. Two robbers made away witli the funds of n bank at Abel, Iowa, after fa tally shooting tho Cashier aud wounding several mini who ran to his assistance. They escaped, hut a posse shot one of them to death n few hours later and captured the other. "Honest" John Davis, of Hhode Island, who whs married recently to Miss Margetta Pierce, of Providence, wns tho first democrat lei'td m the governorship of H'todrt Island in 40 years Tho Cuban authorities are said to have demanded tne recall of the American Consul General at Havana, presumably ou the charge of sympathy with tho revolutionists. Four Dig Succossoa. Having tho ueoded merit to more than male good all the advertising claimed for them, the wmg four remedies have reacliod a phenomenal sale. Or King's New for cousump tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle Hitlers, the great remsdy for Liver Stomach aud Kidneys Uu Men's Arnica Salve, tho best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life 1'ills, which aro a perfect pill. All thcsi remedies uro guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and th. dealer whose name Is attached herewith will begtad to tell y.ia maro of tUem. Sold at A R. Penny's Viug More. j LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Tho Methodist meeting will bly close caiiudty night. , Several parties Irom hero will go to Danvitlo to-morrow night to hear the silver longueu Breckinridge. Tho Transylvania Presbytery will meet in this city April 9th nnd will bo in session about a week. The firm of Batson A West, denlers in dry good', clothing, Ac, has been dissolved They will both remiin in buBi ness in Lancaster. James Grigsby, alias Hightower, has been lodged in Jul on an indictment found some time ago, charging him with burning n house nt Buena Yietn. A mad dog passed through town Wednesday and created quite a stir. He also visited "Battle How" nnd put the denizens of that notorious settlement to fight. The csso of the Central Kentucky Lunatic Asylum vs. number's trustee has been amrmed by the court ol appeals. This Buit was brought by the asylum to collect from the Uumber estate for tho care and treatment of J. 0. (lumber, who is confined in the asylum. Judgment was awarded tne institution, but Humber's attorney took the case up. Circuit court will convene Monday. It la called the "short term," lasting only two weeks. Tho following is the docket: Old Commonwealth cases 33; new Commonwealth cases 31; old common law cases 13; now common law cases 22; old equity docket 120; new equity cases 27. This fa considered a very light docket. Should the grand jury indict Henry Keddick for burning tho Miller Hotel, he will probably be tried at this term. The Puihips will case, which took up so much time and attracted so much attention last August, will ngain come up for trial, ns the j lring hung at the last trial. WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Rev. Alderman, of near Frankfort, arrived Tuesday and begau a meeting at the Baptist church. The Young People's Institute of tho Baptist church of Kentucky will be held here the last of this month, beginning the 20th. The Christian church of this place has secured the services of Elder J. G. Livingston for the 4th Sunday in each month for this year. Monday evening Col. L. F. Copeland delivered his lecture, "Seeing tho Elephant," to a crowded house at tho Congregational church. Everybody was very much pleased that heard it. Dr. J. D. Adkins wont to Louisville Thursday, where ho has accepted a position ns assistant in thn Jennie Caseidy Hospital for a few weeks. He will also take a course of lectures while there. Last Thursday evening a party of young people went from here to Pleas ant View and spent a very pleasant eve ning at the home of Mr. O. H. Allen In honor of Mise Kissinger, Mrs. Allan's sister, who is visiting her. Sheriff Burnett and Jailer Perkins went to Somerset Tuesday after Frank Davis, the negro that broke jail hero Borne weeks ago. The police of that place claimed they had caught him. They havo not returned at this writing. Mr. L. Weisner, who had a severe attack of pneumonia, is improving. Mr Albert Faris has gone to Somerset to clerk in Morrow's drug store. Messrs. T. L. Bird, A. T. Siler, Frank Blakely aud J. M. Maban were iu Louisville last week. Wallace, Bruce, consul general to Edinburg under Harrison, will lecture here in tho Baptist church next Monday niht. Mrs. Campbell, of St. Albuus, W. Va., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. O. Moore, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Jones returned from Indiana last Friday morning where they had been visiting rela lives. An important and far-reaching decision, involving 5GOOOOOOOO of capital was handed down by the Vuited States Supreme Court Tuesday, all the other members concurring in Justice Harlan's decision. The court held that American patents expire with foreign patents on the Brtino inventions. This removes the Bell Telephone Company mouopoly, und altecta many other electric inventions. A dispatch from Valparaiso, Ind , says Hint George Wilcox, of Kentucky, 11 student at the normal school, was lined f 25 and coats for throwing kisses at young ou the street who putsed by bis room. Why didn't they locate the fooi? We should like to know from what part o Kentucky so rank a rooster India from. The sum of ll)t),UU0 has been allow- ed for tho uxpeuses of the nine American delegated who will ultund the International Monetary Conference, should one he called. Ail negotiations between the miners and of the Pittsburg district hive beeu declared oil, aud a striko viili'iiuf from 12.000 to lti.OOO mnn I111.1 I ,w n . - " 1 been ordured. ( 1 During too recent cold snap a Nich- j o aa county man caught 31 pole cuts aud secured the hide of wvery one which ho bOld. Dogs killed 50 sheep for Judge Goodtoe, of Mjdiaou, ia ono night. PLOWS A lu r LU Have just received a full line of Oliver's Chilled and BucTier & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line arc invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. W. E. PEHKIUS, Crab Orchard. It is reported that James Frye, of Ky., is attending a gigantic bankrupt sale in the East, so the fjeople in that vicinity may expect some wonderful bargains in dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes when he returns. NewProcess We Stove We take Rice, G. W. -WE Now Jeady ! For the Spring trade and are full to the brim of all new things at the lowest and most popular prices ever made. Those who need Lace Curtains, Table Covers, Portierrs, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, or Drapery Goods of any kind, cannot miss it by coming to us. Or if you want Ladies' Jersey or Muslin Underwear or Hosiery, or Gloves, or Handkerchiefs we are the parties from whom to buy. We call especial attention to our Gents', Youth's and Boy's Clothing. And out suits made to order. We are offering the best fitting garments and the best values ever offered lor the money. Young and old cannot make a mistake by buying from us. We ask the privilege of trying these goods on any customer and letting him decide for himself. Our Shoe Stock is first class in every department Lidies' Buskins from 60c to $s and the best Ladies' Gondola ever offered for Si. 25. Don't fail to call on us. HUGHES & TATE. A, art" ? VSi. -A iL y. n ! wmnmr tm iti&$M.P'' " a it . 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