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ft- .V . Semi Weekly Interior Journal IL vol. xxi i r. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 3. 1895. NO. 19 WILLIAMSBUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Several o( our citizunn nro Friending his wook down tlio river Ashing. The titnu for our boIiooIh to close will pooh bti hero. Ilotli of them close the last of this month, Our (nrmerfl nro getting about thro' planting corn. They have hail beautl fill weather for thu work. Circuit court begins the lath and it Is thought that tho criminal buainess will take up tho entire two weeka of tills term. , , Tho Uaptiflt church haa purchased tho vacant lot adjoining tho church ami expect to enlarge tho building ns soon us tlmv fool able to do ao. Tho plans are being drawn for tho addition. Mr. and Mra. G. A. Dunham spent Sunday with their son, Said, who is in Hchool at GetliBomano. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Freeman and daughter, Misa Nellie, have gone to Martinsville, Ind., for Mita Nellie's health. Mr. J. 0. Mthanwill soon have his new homo completed. The coal miners and operators arc holding a meeting at Jellioo this week to to settle on prices and conditions of la bor for tho coining year. We hope they will be able to settle without a etnke this time, m a strike would be hard on tho laborers just at present, when times havo been so dull. Judgo II. 0. Harman, county attorney, was In Jellico last Wednesday. Mr. Henry Scalf, of Knox county, gave us n call Tuesday. Dr. 0. A. Cox and Mr. I'. A. Chilton, men ol tho grip, gave our merchants u call this week. Miss Hat tio Jones Hpent a fe daya in Louisville this week. Mr. A. J. l'arker, who has been attending the law school at Louisville, ik at homo with his Hheepskin. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. There is a flue prospect for fruit in this vicinity. Row M. A. Middletou preached at Grove Sunday. Sunday school h ill be organized Ht Turkey Knob echooMiouse, Sunday at i! o'clock. J. 0. Coulter is working a largo force of men peeling tan bark on CheBtnut Level in this county. Tho baud went up and played for I'uclo Johnny Coulter Saturday night and got a good supper. Tho Liberty correspondent, says "If the State should unfortunately be lost to tho democrats, fee." Well it would bo an unfortunate affair sure enough. It would be n real calamity to eay the least of it. Ugh! wouldn't it be awful? The Casey republicans instructed for Bradley. Now ho ought to come down and explain why he ran off and refused to speak at the log cabin picnic at Liberty some years ago. Some s.iy he got mad because, such small fry as G. M. Davl sou, John Deldeu and others were put on the program before him, George Durham has announced him self a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the republican party. He is a common Bchool teacher not above the average, but will compare lav orably with our representative in the upper house of the General Assembly, both in ability and personal beauty. His chances for the nomination nro about oue in a thousand. At Brooklyn, N. Y., LJwnrd Mur ray, aged IS years, was scut to the Asylum, He was known as a "cigarette ilend." For n year he smoked 150 cigarettes a day, sometimes "00. At Youngstown, Ohio, Thos, Kelly, aged 'Si died from cigaretto smoking. Dr. W. L. Bernard, of Columbus, u loading eye and throat specialist, was expelled from from the Georgia Medical Association, on tho ground that ho had cut himself off from the association with his profession by advertising in a newspaper. The city council of Bowling Green refused to reduce liquor license from 1300 and a number of snloonists swore they would go out of business beforo they would pay it. They didn't though and tho revenue for liceusea amounts to IU.075. It la estimated that tho government's revenue deilclt at the close of the tlscal year, Juno CO, will bo 40,000,000. The deficit at present is 117,211,511, but this will be somewhat reduced by income tux collections. Joaquin Miller, the poet of the Sit (Igurea in an unsavory Bcandal just now. Tho story goes that ho took a young girl to the Hawaiian Islands, introduced her as hia daughter, and cruelly abandoned her. The grand jury which was called to investigate the mine explosion near Butte, Mont., Inst January, by which 53 men were killed, reports that the blame can not be attached to any individual, Corporal Henry, of tho Eighth infantry, stationed at Fort Kussell, Cheyenne, committed suicide with his rifle because his comrades likened him to Ojcar Wilde. In England the foot-ball season baa just closed. There were SO deaths and over 150 arms, legs and collar-bones broken, besldea hundreds of minor The population of tho city of New York is shown to be 1,810,800. CHURCHAFFAIRS. Mr. Joo Severance, Sr., will preach at Goshen next Sunday at 11 a. m. Prof. L. 1) Noel, of Danville, will preacli at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning and niht. Kid. J. S. Sweeney's meeting at tho BrondwBy Christian church, Lexington, drew ;'.0 souls into the fold. Tho Christian Kndeavor Society will meet at the I'resbyterinn church next Sunday afternoon at 3.JM). A full attendance is desired. Uev. Charles I. Strong, an Episcopal minister of Savannah, Gh., his Bishop to discipline him for repudiating the doctrine of tho physical resurrection of Christ. In proportion to their numbers the Cumberland Frtabyterinn church shows a greater gaiu of members last year than any. It is the smallest, however, of the leading denominations. Euier It. A. Broadhurst, who was principal of tho Orphan School at Midway some years ago, Is critically, ill at Louisville. Ho lived in Stanford at oue time and taught Bchool. Tho regular services of the Christian church, Sunday school included, will bo held at Walton's Opera House Sunday morning next, owing to the fact that the church is undergoing repairs, That was a great meeting at the Louisville Est Baptist Church. There were 72 additions to the church, mostly by baptism. Tho church is thoroughly alive, up with its 1 nances, and Pastor Cl.ritian ia happy. Ky. Baptist. Eight young men were ttraduated from the LoulgvUlu Presbyterian Seminary Tuesday and had conferred upon them tho degree of Bachelor of Divinity, an neension which marked the close of the second term of tho institution, The Advocate says the debt on the new Methodist church of f 1,000 was subscribed on thu building association plan. The oillcers of the church subscribed for enough shares of stock to pav the debt at maturity, and the members will pay, according to their means, from one to 100 cents a week on the stock. He v. A. V. Siremore has returned from Clinton, Tenn,, where he assisted tho pastor, Itev. E B. Booth, in a protracted meeting. There were 50 conversions, -'' of whom were added to the Baptist church at that place. Of tho number only two were under 20, while there were six over t0 years of age. Great good was accomplished in many ways. The Baptist church at Uarrodsburg has declared against its members dealing in spirituous liquors, and it was decided that full fellowship shou I not bo granted to members engaged in the traffic. One year is allowed those members already engaged in the whisky business to llnd other means of making a living. The whisky truillc and chnrch membership do not conport, that's a fact. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Mary, tho little daughter of Jacob Bill, the Swiss butcher, died of convulsions, May 1st. Hev. Kendrick, Danville, is expected to bold a protracted meeting at the Christian Church, beginning May 0th. Kate, the bright little daughter of Dr. U recti, East Burnstadt, is visiting Beulah ami Bertie Thompson. Hev. W. B. Hagan is in town shaking hnnds with his friends. Present indications are that there will be the largest crop of apples ever known in this section of the country. Tho trees are fairly loaded with blooms. The peaches are all entirely killed. There will probably not bo a peach in the county. A largo number of our citizens went to Barbourville Tuesday, expectiug to hear Col. Breckinridge speak in the Fields-Adkins case, but thev rutiiriif.l sadly disappointed as the case had to be suspended a few day on account of one ol me jurymen oeingBick. Miss Lou Mckeo returned from Williamsburg last week, whore she had been for bohio timo. Beulah Thompson will entertain a number of her little friends to an ice-cream supper this i ji., it being her 7th birthday. Mrs. H. M. Jackson entertained the Shakespeare Club last Monday evening. After the reudiug Mrs. Jackson iuvited the guests to wash their hands, after which they were taken to the dining room where all enjoyed themselves for a couple of hourd "pulling candy." It seems that Fate has spread its darkest wings over the Executive and the shadows full thick and fast. Only a few short months ago, the governor was bowed with grief caused by tho death of a lovely daughter whom ho idolized. On the 13th of April his son, Arch Brown, was divorced from his wife, and now this same son hus mot an awful and tragic death. The governor ia irreconcilable. His friends here sympathize with him in his bereavements and deep trouble. A Household Troaauro. D. W. Fuller, of CnJoharie, N. Y., sy that ha always keeys Dr. King's New Discorery in the house and hU family would not be without it. If procuraoif, u. n. ujucmin Liruggist, N. V,, sayi that Dr. Klng'i .New Ditcovery ii undoubtedly the belt Coufn remedy; that he "has usod it in nia family lor eight yeajs. and It bat neve, mien 10 ao 111 iiuu 11 claimed for it. why not try arn.edyo long tried and Iciied. Trial bottle tree at A. R. Penny's Drug Store, lite joc.and Ji.oo. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Many of our citizens aro beautifying their houses by giving them n fresh coat of paint. Elder George Gownu will fill his pulpit at thu Christian church on Sunday morning. Liconso was granted Tuesday to Enoch Wearen, of Kirksville, to marry MieH Nora McKinney, of this place. Tlie wedding wo prophesied took place, but not at tho place mentioned, much to the disappointment of some who expected to witness it. The Kpworth League was organized last Sunday afternoon with about 20 members. Since that time six or eight more havo been added to the list. Messrs. B. H. Hudson and T. B. Walker, of this placj, sold this week 400 acres of laud at f50 to Mr. David Thompson, of this county. Possession to be given Jan. lit, 181XJ. Garrard College Commencement will be held June 5th and on Juno there will be a contest of eight or nine contestants, representing tho echoola of the Central Kentucky towns. The Southern District Methodist Conference meets in this place, May H, 15 Bud 10. As many as 100 delegates aro expected. There will be preachers aud delegates from 20 pastoral charges. Friday, Mrs. Hobert L. El-kin entertains the Young Married Literary Society at her home two from Lancaster on the Stanford pike. Au interesting program haa been rranged for the occasion. Several of our citizens have had pavements of asphalt hud, and they are certainly nice and substantial, and if our Public Square should be covered with tho same, wo would have reason to be proud of it. MiBi Maud Miller, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mra. Tom .Miller, of this place, Buffered a painful accident Monday afternoon. In some manner she fell upon ii fence in the yard at her home with such forcd as to knock out one of her front teeth. Quite a number of our merry, brigl t faced lads are seen wending their way to tho ponds aud river banks with their fishing tackle in hand to angle for awhile with the llnuy tribe. For that matter many of older growtt enjoy and engage in the sport too. Tho holiness meetings are every Monday evening at tho Presbyterian church. The subject they discussed at the last meeting was temperance. The theme under consideration for the next time will bo tho "Love of Christ." The sanctified ones read an appropriate Scriptural verse at these meeting bearing upon the subject. Married on Tuesday, April 30th, at Waxahacha, Texas, Hen Thomas Busb, a former Lancaster boy, and the oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Busb, of this place, to Miss Laura Wise. Tho marriage occurred at tho residence of tho bride's parents in Waxahacha. The happy couple left at once for Campbell, Texas, on a short bridal tour. "Tom Bush," aa ho is so familiarly known here at hia old home, has been in tho evangelistic field for some years and is untiring in his efforts and unremitting in his zeal toservo his Master. Heporta come to ustliat the bride in question is very handsome and of n most excellent family. ".May life be to them a gift of pure blessing, no shadows, their pathway oyer enhancing.' Mr. L. F. Hubble is in Hockcaatlo county on business. Prof, O. O. Poguo was in Richmond Monday. Misses Mary Gill and Lucille Weisiger were visiting friends in Danville this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Brown aro residing in our midst temporarily. Mies Florence Jenkins, of Danville, visited Lancaster friends the first of the week. Miss Alice HuJson has returned from a visit to her cousin, Miss Mary Beazley, at Stanford. Elder George Gowan returned yesterday from a visit to relatives at Fayetteville, Tenn. Mr. Davo Arnold, of Nicholasville, was visiting his son, W. A. Arnold, last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Prescott and niece, Misa Ring, of London, England, were the guests of Mre. Dr. W. S. O'Neal. Mrs. W. O. Bradley and daughter, Miss Christine, were visiting in Danville Wednesday. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, was called to Lancaster Monday to see his niece, Mrs. W. A. Arnold, who continues quito ill. Mrs. Oslo Huffman and Miss Honeywood, of Louisville, havo arrived in our midst and will again become residents. Granville Jarvis left last week to visit relatives at Wellington, O. Mr. John Dillehay, of Danville, was in our city recently. To the Democrats of Lincoln County. lam a candidate to repreient Lincoln county in the next Legislature of Kentucky, lubject to the action of the Democratic party. I stand squarely upon the National Democrattc platform. Endorse Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James B. (or 17. S. Senator and in favor of Free Turnpikes. Respectfully, M. F. North. . Buoklln'a ArnlcaJSalve. The best aalve in the woiU for cuti, bru.'iei, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aorei. tetter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, t positively cure piles, or no pay rtpuired. It ii guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. tnc accents per box. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. White it Kreuger are rustling the work about tho rock quarry. The mountains are very lovely now. Tho weather seems to favor vegetation this Spring. Mies Hay Jones, a beautiful belle, is visiting tho family of Mr. J. J. Williams. The normal term has begun at the IuBtitulo. All tho teachers who desire to pass the examination should enter at once. J, W. Baker has bought a comer lot of White & Kruiier on Main street, near the railroad crossing, and has begun the erection of a two-story brick business house. While railroad business eeems to be falling off generally elsewhere, it woe never better at this place. Four to five cars per day of lumber, staves, lime, posts, Ac, are shipped. A counterpane woven by tho writer's mother 40 years ago was among the effects of Mrs. Margaret Adams at her death a month since, and was bequeathed to your correspondent. It is an invaluable memento and is appreciated beyond expression. Elder Joe Ballou, assisted by Rev. J. Hardin, of Danville, conducted the funeral service over tho remains of Miss Nettie Cocks last Friday nt 10 A. M. The large congregation of mourning friends was deeply affected over the death of one Bojoung and lovely. The pall bearers consisted of 12 young men, schoolmates and frinnds. Beautiful fhwers decked the coffin. Mr. S. II. Hay, of Liverpool, was the guest of Mr. J. W. Nesbitt last week. Misa May Miller assisted in the entertainment at Livingston Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Tobo Ltir, accompanied by Master John, visited friends here recently. Mr W, A. Davis rejoices over the arrival of another girl at his house and Mr. Jonas McKenzie over a son. Mr. Jos. Thompson and sister, Misa Wade, of Garrard, visited relatives hero this week. Mrs. Helen Brooks, of Paris, is visiting the homefolks. Miss Kate Spradlin, who has been attending the Institute, has returned home. Miss Bessie McClure visited friends nt Pleasant Valley last week. Miss Florelle Brown has been very ill, but is recovering. Dr. W. A. Brown is in frost Parksville. Mr. J. R. Cass is working at Sinks while Maurice Brown is at home on account of sickness in tho family. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Peter Beard, a juror In tho murder trial at Barbourville, is critically ill with heart disease, and this will result in a delay in concluding the argument. James H. Swango announces his candidacy for representative from the district composed of Wolfe and Morgan counties He will graduate from the law department of Centre College, at Danville, in a few days. Capt. J. H. Myere, who for a number of years has been a conductor on the Maysville train, has given up his position, and will probably be made the local agent for tho road at Maysville. Paris Kentuckian. Capt. Myers had tho K. O. run for a long time. , Adam Price, charged with selling whisky illegally, escaped the sheriffs nt Needmore, Madison county, by the old trick of changing his clothes in a room nlono. When tho eherifls discovered their loss they fired after tho fleeing prisoner, who escaped barefoot and in hia night clothes. Joo Lewis shot and killed his uncle, Tate Low Is, at Sloan'B Valley, Pulaski county. Joe shot at his uncle's dog about a week ago, and on their first meeting the trouble was renewed, wben the old man whipped out a knife and began cutting. Joe responded with his revolver, the balls taking effect in the arms and breast. Hon. 0 M. Clay, in his apoech at very eensibly, said: "The governor of a State has nothing to do with tho currency of the country or tho tariff of the United States. Just at this time, however, there is a crisis in the democratic ranks in Kentuoky and it would bo but an injury to bring this question of currency in to cause further By such a discussion in this campaign it is possible to lose 25,000 to 30,000 votes to the democratic party and give to the republican control of the State government." When one goes to church and listens ti a most affecting and earnest appeal for money to spread the Goapel through the world, and then looking around sees enough material in the ladies' sleeves in that one chnrch to keep a missionary in the field, he's apt to think of Hezekiah 11:18, "Woe to woman that sewa pillow slips to her arm holes." Specimen Oaeoa. S. II. Clifford, New Casscl, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia aud Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his liver wasalfected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh aud strength. Three bottles 01 Electric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg. Illin running sore on his leg of eint years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters an-seven boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and hd Ug is sound and well' John Speaker, CaUwbis O., had five large fever sores on hit leg; doctor! said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric ric Hitters and one box Ilucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A R. Penny, druggist. .? -One "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you ONLY: $1.40". PER: GALLON. .It Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. NEW NOVELTIES. Sterling Lock Bracelets, Shirt Waist Sets, A Full Line of UP Tfli BATE! 8 (Q)ID) At Prices Beyond Competition DANKS, JEWELER. SHOES We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and ladies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and medium price ladies' Shoes our 1 29, $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains.- ' We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi um price goods. Our men's 7. 50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing 01 stock and it costs you nothing to look. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of Wo Bo M(9MBJB3BTgo -IN VIEW OF- JULY 1, AT COST Everything in Gallon of- AND L HNS. is. Belt Buckles, Opera Guards. 1S95, we offer FOR CASH our line, such as WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you a large stock to select from. FARRIS & HARDIN JAMES FBTB HUSTON YIIXE, KY. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will , tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I wilf pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. I A good black slicker $ 1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $5 to S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to S15. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. DRBSS I Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. . Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. IS worth $3. "The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." TAMES FRYE, Hustonvillc, Ky. .