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- . -" "w "rtV Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXIII. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 7. 1895. NO. 20 '"M LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. The Indies' MIraionary Monday afternoon with Mrs Society mot Uuo. Den- ny, Sr. "The Jiivenilo Club" was entertain-ed by M las Mabel Koyston on Saturday nlht at her homo on Itlchtnond street. Kev. Luclon D. Noel, of the Seminary nt Danville, preached the union sermon nt the Presbyterian church Sunday night. A census of the graded school district has just been completed by Mr. James Grillln, of this place. There are 307 children of school age in Lancaster. There are Additions to the Christian church, under the faithful ministry of Klder Gowan, overy few Sundays. There were o Sunday, 2 by conversion and .'J by letter. Dr. W. S. Ueazley, of Crab Orchard, and a graduate of a dental college, will nt an early date como to Lancaster to locate. Then axain will our little city bo well supplied with dontists, having four. Mr. Jacob Newland, near old Paint Lick, has obtained seed from some sue cessful growers and will try and raise coll'ee aa n product. The same plant has been cultivated in bah Missouri and Texas with success. Thin will bo a now enterprise for Uarrard, and we know of no other county in the State that claims to produce this much used article. V. A. and T. J. Price sold over 100 head of sheep nt 3 50. Mr. A. D. Ford bought a harness horse of 0. W. Over-street for j'JO. J. A. Uroaddus, of Me Oreury, bought ot O. P. Stone 10 135 lb hogs at I cents. C. M. Moberly soldi to A.J. lltcuol sheop and lambs at $'2. Ool. James Parks bought a nice bunch of ahoats o! Win. Wnll at -I c. Mr. James F. Hack ley sold to Mr. Joe Kmbry, of Madison, a fine calf for 150. The marriage of Lillian, the American Duchess of Marlborough,) to Lord William Ilereaford was read of here with much interest. The father of the late Duchess was Commodore Cicero Price, who mos born ami reared two miles cast of this placi at the old Price homestead. Messrs. Ashburn, Johnson, Kd and Napoleon Price, of this vicinity, and Mrs. Mattie P. Friable and Mrs. J. W. Grunt, of this city, are cousins to the former distinguished Duchess, now Lady Win. Duresford. Mrs. Cor M. Hives, of Detroit, Mich., Ih here to organize a Tent of the Order of the Ladies of the Maccabees. It is said to bo the only Becret fraternal?and beneficiary organization in existence, composed wholly of women (and managed exclusively by thorn. It is both educational and charitable in its works. Mrs. Haves has quite recently organized tents in Somerset, Junction City and Stanford. She mado nn addreai Mon day afternoon to show tho objects as well as the benefits to bo derived from the Order. Mr. A. II. Hudson, of IUrbourville, was the guest of Mr. H. . T. Noel ana family Sunday. Mr. Sam Kvans, of Florida, is at home on a visit to his uncle, Mr. G. W. Kvans. Kev. T. II. Campbell left Friday to attend the Baptist convention at Washington and also to visit hia mother in Virginia. Mr. H. II. Crooke, of lUchmond, was in Lancaster last week. Mr. Cyrus Kason and family left recently for Martinsville, Intl., where they will reside. MrB. Kdua Wllmoro and Mrs. Kella Arnold Hemphill wero summoned to Lancaster Sunday by tho extreme illness of Mrs. W. A. Arnold. J. Hunt McMurtry has returned from a business trip through tho West. Mr. Jack Rout, of Stanford, was in our city Sunday. Mrs. A. II. Price and Mrs. Kd Price paid Mrs. Dr. Grant, of Danville, a visit last week. After a visit to Mrs. Pascoe, Mr. J. W. Masters and sou have returned to their home at Hloomington, 111. Mr. 0.0. McCord, of Springfield, nnd a candidato for tho democratic nomination for railroad commissioner, was here last week. Will O. Owsley, who baa been quite sick since in Richmond, was brought home Monday. A boarding house victim gives vent to bis pent up feelings as follows: "Backward, turn backward, oh, time in thy flight, feed mo gruel again just for to-night; I am so weary of sole-leather Bteak, petrified doughnuts and vulcaniz ed cake; oysters that sleep in tho watery bath, butter aa Btrong as Goliath of Gath; weary for praying for what I can't eat; chewing up rubber and calling it meat. Backward, turn backward, for weary I am! Giye me a whack at my grandmother's jam; let me drink milk that haa never been skimmed; let me eat butter whoso hair's been trimmed; let me once more have an old-fashioned pie, and then I'll be willing to curl up and die." m "That'B a pretty pen-wiper you were kind enough to leave on my desk," said Mr. Hamlet to his wife. "It'a very ornamental, if it is a trifle small." "Oh, George," shrieked hia wife, as her husband drew bis pen through the dainty pieces of ribbon, "you've ruined my new bonnet." Chicago Record. A special to the Louisville Times from Irvine, Estill county, gives the Btartliug intelligence that a brass band haa been organized there. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Rev. Joe H. Hopper gathered '20 into the fold in a meeting at Kirkwoodi hlder J. S. Kendrick, of the Christian church, has arranged a list of 3(1 subjects to be discussed during a series of gospel meetings which ho will ccn duct at London, beginning next Monday evening, Oth. Advocate. Mrs. Louisa Godbey, of Middleburg, has n Bible which was printed in London in 10S1, 20 years before Kirg James' version was beguu. Tho Bible is well preserved and the type is large. It has been in Mrs. Godbey's family for six generations. Western Recorder. The Rev. Peter Vinegar preached nt Lexington Sunday taking lor his themo "A d-n hot day " He charged an admission of 10 cents and had a good crowd to hear his oratorical Bky scraping. The day woo illustrative of hia subject and lie had nn easy time Impressing it on hie congregation. Preacher Penrod, who closed a theological discussion with a pariahoner by shooting him and is in jail at Vanceburg for it, spends tho time in prayer and Sunday was permitted to preach on the jail A large crowd was drawn to hear him out of curioeity to see a parson who is so handy with a gun. ltov. W. K. Kills made his first np pearance on the stage Sunday at Walton's Opera House, when he preached a most excellent sermon from the text, "Sufficient unto tho day is the evil thereof." He Bhowed the ain of borrowing trouble and of the sorrow tint results from imaginary woes, and urged to look on the bright Bide of thing) and be cheerful as well aa earnest Chris tians. Regular services will be held in the same house till the completion of the church improvements. The two societies of the Presbyterian church, the Ladies' Aid Society and the Young Ladles' Society, held a joint foreign missionary meeting last Friday afternoon at the beautiful country residence of Mrs. II. S. Withers. It is tho custom of these societies to devote one afternoon of each month to the discussion of foreign missionary work, taking as a subject some country with its differ ent phases of life. The usual program was varied Friday with a beautiful and entertaining address by Rev. S. M. Logan, his subject being tho "Tho Unoccupied Field of the World.'.' The ladies were delighted with nil he said, and feel new courage and fresh to work for the Master's cause, after listening to his earnest words. Mr Logan has not only greatly endeared himself to his congregation, but has now the confidence and esteem of the entire community. D. Low Rates to Washington, 0. C. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio railway will sell round trip ticket to Washington on Mpy 7 and 8 at one fare for the round-trip, good 15 days. Persons desiring to stay longer can have their tickets ex tended 15 days or more by depositing them with ticket agent of terminal line in Washington. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio railway is tho only line with through train service from Lexington and Blue Grass cities to Washington. Don't be mislead into taking other routes, necessitating changes of depots and trains. Through sleepers cau be secured on written or telegraphic advice to the under signed. Two fast trains daily, leaving Lexington 11:40 a. m. and 7 i m., arriving at Washington 0:50 a. m. and 2:40 i m. next day. Tickets will be sold by agents of all connecting lines. Geo. W. Barney, District Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. A New York agency reports that hotels in tho United States during the past year have been swindled out of $22,119.51 by bill jumpera. A Household Troaaure. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N, Y says that he always kecys Or. King's New Ducovcry tn the bouse and his family would not be without it, If procurable. U. A. Dykeman Druggist, Catakill, N. Y says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the beat Cougn remedy; that he has used it In his family Tor eight yeau. and It has teve. faded to do all that is claimed for It. Why not try anmedyio long tried and tested. Trial . bottle Iree at A. K. renny's Drug btore, Regu 1 lar size joe and Ji.oo. son. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. -Mercer county. jowily j00( 2:0S( Wfl 8oIJ Q Ea8. All lines will sell tickets to tho torn party for t2,000. Christian Endeavor meeting at Uoston I -James 0. JMd will put in n water-July 10-1 1, at one fare, good ' melon returning patch of five acres this year. yJi" . . I Tbo Now Kngland mile tracks will ...oil inpii8ta year-book bIiowb nang up over $200,000 in nurses this sea- a falling oil' in JSSS.OOO. Tho harj times. contributions of about decrease 'is ascribed to Baltimore has been selected ns the next place of meeting of the general of tho Methodist Episcopal Church South. All tho arrangements for the coining i resoyterian (joneral Assembly at Pitts burg are completed. It will begin May 10, and will be tho largest oyer held in tho world. Tho daughter of Allen Adams, of Madison county, became Insane over religion. She joined thoflunctitlcitioniste. This is the second case of the kind within three days in the samo neighborhood. James Lawrence, who recently professed sanctiflcation in Clark county, was too good for this world, eo after brooding over Its evils, he cut his throat and went to Kingdom come. Yellow Dog is the name of owned in one of the New States. a trotter England -B. D. Holtzclaw bought of Hon. J. S. Owsley a bunch of cows and heifers nt 3 cents. Ryiand T. nnd Directum will come together in a match race Gnlesburg, on July -un. Not for 10 years have the crop cations of Alabama been so favorable as tills Beason. Win. Moreland tells us that ho bos engaged a number of lambs for Juno 1st delivery at Ij. Monroe Salisbury received a cablegram from Nice, Italy, offering J30.000 for Alix, 'im, Wool buyors are oilering only 14c and a grent many farmers are holding for better prices. Doctor II., a 110,000 pacing horse, with a record of 2:1 1 and a trial of 2:10, died at Montgomery, Ala. Fon Salic. Yearliiigs. Shorthorn and Jerwev bulls. Pure and fashionably bred. F. Reid. Stanford. Kv. Charlie Crow is getting McKinnev Belle, 2.291, in good shape. He thinks Bhe will go in 2:20 this season. S. II. Baughmau sold to a St. Louis party a 3-year-old thoroughbred colt for IS00 cash and 100 out of his first winning. Six head of trotting-bred stock were Bold at Richmond by the sheritl forSlGl. Madison county peoplo evidently don't appreciate trottets. The Richmond Register says that Hon. John D. Harris Bold to Weihl 85 export cattle, 1.4G0 pounds, at 51c. The lot brought 0,500. The Florida tomato crop, which will be ready to ship this week, is reported to be one of the largest that line ever been raised in that State. The stakes to the Jessamine countv fair did not fill and they have been reopened to close June 1st. The purees will nlso closo at that time. In 1S91 there were in the United ciuiea inucu cows, valued at 35S,09S,G01, and 30.603, 16S oxen Bnd other cattle, valued at $530,789,747. M. F. Elkin bought of A. W. Carpenter a bunch of corn fed cattle at 3 to 3Jc; of various parties a lot of extra good heifers nt 3Jc and a bunch of 175 pound hogs at 4c. The Cincinnati Price Current gives the total pork packing in the United States for 12 months ended March 1 at 21,019,000 hogs, for which was paid $232,000,000. The Phoenix Hotel Stake at Lexing-ton was won by Mr. Byron McClelland's gfeat colt Halma, who did the distance-one and one-eighth miles in 1:52 within a second of the world's record. New potatoes from Bermuda Bold at f i aud fS per barrel in Northern cities last week, while those from Florida brought fO and $7. Florida wero sold at 12 to 25 cts per box, wholesale. Col. Jno. B. Gaines, in the Auburn Advocate, gives the farmers this advice: "Trust in the Lord for a good corn crop, but don't neglect to plow and keep down tho weeds. The Lord made tho birds, you know, but they have to hustle for food." To-day the thousands who go out to Churchill Downs will see the last of the famous Kentucky Derbies. This histor. ic event yields to the tendencies of the times and will be supplanted next year with a race which, still called a Derby, will be run under other than true Derby conditions. Today's race will bo not only tho last of Kentucky Derbies, but really tho last of American Derbies. O.-J, By tho provisions of bills passed by the N. Y. Legislature, horse racing is allowed in New York State under the bu pervision of a commission of three members to be appointed by the governor, but pool-Belling is absolutely forbidden. Champion Machines to the front. The farmers are appreciating the merits of the Champion and are having it. Lightest, strongest, simplest and best. Saves 150 pounds of draft to the horses every time it ties a bundle. Also the best mower in the world. If you ever break or wear out tbo pitman on a Champion it is replaced free of charge. W. L. Withers and R. D. Bruce. to the Democrats of Lincoln County. I am a candidate to represent Lincoln count in the next Legislature o( Kentucky, ".subject to the action of the Democratic party. I stand squarely upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James B, ary lor U. S. Senator and in favor of Free Turnpikes Respectfully, M. F. North. m Buclclln'a ArnlcaJSalve. The best talre in the world for cuts, brufiei, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ftver sores, tetter, chap- Fed hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, t positively curee piles, or no pay repuired. ft la guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For tale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. CRAB ORCHARD. Miss Oro Wihnoro is visiting her mother, .Mrs. F. W. Dilllon. Miss Sallie Green has returned home after n very pleasant visit to friends in Pluevilloand Middlesboro. D. C. Payno has a nuw soda fount and is doing quite a business among the dudes and their best girls. The new tobacco factory is now being constructed and it does seem that Crab Orchard will gradually move out to the depot. The young ladies are making frequent trips to the depot well now, but usually stop at the new photograph gallery nnd have their pictures taken. Messrs. Bronaugh and Herrin. who have been feeding hogs at the James distillery, will ship on Tuesday to be ready for the Cincinnati market Wednesday morning. Mr. J. II. Collier shipped two cars of corn and hay to Wm. Fields at Livingston Friday. Our town seems to be getting quite a feed market for the mountain counties. There will be two fishing parties from our town this week, one Tuesday and the other Saturday. Most of the fish caught, bo we heard a young lady say, will be dry land suckers. Misses Ellison and Barnett, of Som erset, are gueuts of Mrs. R. II. Bronaugh. Judge Ward Moore returned from Louisville Thursday, whi ra l.e bad beer.; to dispose of his tobacco crop of last year. Mr. Russ Dilllon was in town Saturday receiving congratulations from his many friends on the advent of a Bon and GrandpaB Tucker and Dillion aro each using their influence to secure tho vote of their first r,rand child. Mr. Dillion aays ho is a republican beyond a doubt, while Mr. Tucker is as sure of another democratic vote. It looks like the time is here for all the devout sisters and brothers to go out into the highways and hedges and hunt up all the young folks and bring them into the Sunday school. My good folks, here is a work that need your attention very much. I really think this work would do more good than a religious revival just now. There should be full Sunday schools at both churches; at least the children are here. MATRIM0NIALMATTERS. Mrs. Nellio Grant Sartoris denies the report that she is to marry the rebel General Douglass. Willie Sima and Mis Hattie Williams, aged 10 and 14 respectively, eloped from Peru, Ind., to Jeflereonville and were married. W. T. Thurman, who has been assisting the Belden Bros, in their house-painting business, procured license here and was married Saturday to Miss Woods, of Livingston. The couple will go to Middlesboro to live. The groom is a widower of 3S, while his bride is some 20 years his junior. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Conductor Ed Link, of the L &N. was killed at Guthrie by his train. Hon. O. II. Rodes reports the April Internal revenue collections in this district $38 8S5 72. William Tillett, who eeduced Miss Margaret Buckley, of Uigh Bridge, nnd Mn oir when indicted, was captured in Independence, Mo. The city council of Lawrenceburg reduced the liquor license from $500 to $400 and $250 to quart houses. Five saloons and two quart houses pay a revenue to tho city of $2,500. Cool miners nnd operators of the Jellico district have reached an agreement ns to prices after a two-day's conference. It was finally decided to keep in effect the scale adopted last year, with a few minor changes. During a difllculty at Paint Lick, engaged in by Thomas Higglnbotbam and an employe named Fdwards, the latter sustained serious injuries. He was cut across the head and had his collar-bone nearly severed. The Edmonton News has an advertisement which informs a long-suffering public that a certain merchant of that place will sell all kinds of "clothing at cost, except Jane's pants." Now we did not know that Jane wore pants, and if she does we do not see why she is not willing to dispose of them at cost. Glasgow Gazette. 'Mrs. Cassandra Inskeep, who died near Lexington, left nn estate of $300,-000. Although very wealthy, she always did the work about her houso. At the auction sale of the Victoria Hotel effects in New York, a great picture of Queen Victoria, which cost $11,-000, sold for only $130. m m Specimen Caaoa. S. II. Clifford, New Castel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and 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 eight years' stand ing, useu tnree tomes 01 incline Hitters an-seven boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and hd Icj; is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawbis O., had five large fever sores on his leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric ric Uitters and one bat Ilucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A R. Penny, druggist. tollljiDllftiHI' iiitf,.vjM VtV; .frij fylwaMg lllrfWjtUlwflriilft1 m jU. 'i.ll -One Gallon of- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you ONLY: $1.40'. PER: GALLON. .It is. Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. NEW NOVELTIES. Sterling Lock Bracelets, Shirt Waist Sets, Belt Buckles, A Full Line of UP " TO - B ATid O o Opera Guards. At Prices Beyond Competition DAiMKS, - JEWELER. SHOE AND CLOTHING. 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 5i 29, St SO 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 ou 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. Trices 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 M9MBERTg0 -IN VIEW OF- A.CHANGE JUL. i, isqS, we offer AT COST FOR CASH Everything in 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 FHYH HUSTONY'IIXE, KY. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will 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. CLOTHING- I A good black slicker S1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh 53.75 worth S5.50. 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 $$ to S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for $12.50 to Si 5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. DBBSS ! 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. 15 worth S3. '"The sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. it4Wtfjimit!p'mi" imiii i I , tufJt f 3 i . i