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4 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
3tanford. Kr., - August C, 1H9& E. C. Walton, Business Manager Deckblmann is unsurpassed aa a of watches and jewelry. The work is done null and promptly. The Btock of watches, novelties and jewelry he will tako pleasure in showing you is complete, well selected and at very low prices. At Penny'w Drug Store. PERSONAL POINTS. MisjSadik LiLLAHula visiting friends in Mt. Sterling. Mk. and Mrs. W. 11. Pinny are spending the week at Liberty. MiBa Mollis Wiikiiit has returned to her homo at Llustonville. Miss Girtkudk Grady, of Columbia, is visiting Mrs. 0. A. Cox. Mrs. PktkrSthauii, Sh., and Mrs. B. B. King are visiting friends .at Livingston. Mh. Thomas M. Scott, of Somerset, bis been visiting his brother, Mr. E. D. 8;ott. Mas. U. M. Hose and Miss JcbsIo Hone, ot Little Hock, Ark., are visiting Mrs. W. P. Tate. Mabtir Earl Courrrf, of Greensburg, is visiting bis mother, Mrs. A. A. Mrk. Mattik Curd Giiison and children, of Williamsburg, are visiting Mrs. S. J. Embry. Miss Eva Buchanan was on Saturday's train returning fiom a visit to friends in Lexington. Miss Anna McKinney spent several days with her uncle, Mr. J. A. Givenr, in the West End. Miu. A. A. Wariikn and Miss Virginia Dave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Crow in Jessamine. lion. II. G. Trimble, of Somerset, Iirb announced his candidacy for tho Senate in 17th district. Thk Misses Owsley will entertain at their country home, Walnut Flat, Wednesday evening. Mimes Alick Bauuhman and Mary Dunn are up from Danville to visit Mrs-J. W. Bjughman. Mits. E. T. Pinck and Miss Jennie Pence aro attending the holiness camp meeting at Wilmore. Phuidbnt J. S. B. Swinnih, of Hamil ton College, was here yesterday in the interest of that institution. Mr. J. 0. Stkilky, of Williamsburg, 1 is the guest of Mr. E. W. Cain, while attending the teachers' institute Mkbrs. W. P.Tati, W. L. "Withers, Jesse D. Wearen and the Intkhior Jour nal pilgrim are at Liberty court. Misa Catherine Bauoiiman, ot the West End, took the train here Saturday to visit Mrs. C S. Nil Id at Grays. Mrs. Isaac Nigh, Misa Julia Cook and Frank Ward, of Bluefleld, W. V.,aie visiting Capt. and Mrs. Win. Greer. Mrs. Lottie Holmes, Mrs. T. A. Coulter and Miss Alice Holmes went over to the Wilmore camp meeting Saturday. Littlk Miss Sodie Alcorn celebrated her 12th brithday by giving a party to her little friends from I to 7 Saturday evening. Mh. J. E. Cauteii, n Yosemite merchant and a good patron of this paper, was here yesterday en route to Marets-burg to load lumber. CouT. P. Hill wns telegraphed for to come to Columbia and deliver a memor ial address at 10 o'clock Sunday over tl o body of Gen. Wolford, but could not reach there in time. He will attend the bar meeting, however, and deliver a eulogy of the man he hold in such lofty teem. 4 Col. and Mrs. T. P. Hill, and Mr. and Mrs W. M. Lnckev, of Stanford, who have been at Hussell Springs days, spoilt Tuesday with tho family of J. E. Hya Jamestown Tribune. They found tho place so damp from continued rains that they returned much sooner than they expected. CITY AND VICINITY. Watches cheaper then ever at Danks. i Go to Craiu A Hockur'fl Cash Store for books and tchool supplies. Hats of all Bhapes, colore, sizes, quail, ties and prices at Shanks'. For bargains in drugs, eundrieago to Craig & House. medicines and Hocker'a Cash Have you tried us for spectacles? If not, why not '' We gauranteo a fit or no pay. Danke, the Optician. i Tun tax bookB for 1803 are now ready. Plpnnn Buttle as noon as convenient and oblige T. D. Newland, aherill. I T ' The members of tho democratic com mittee are requested to meet at the court house Mondav. Aug. 12, at 2 o'clock r. m. tn transact important business. L. L. Dawson, chairman. - - - Dh. Bender's ofllce at tho Myers House was crowded yesterday with people to take advantage of IjIb painless dentistry and all were delighted. He-member be is hero only for ono week. The ladles of McKendree church will give a supper for the benefit of the church in the spacious dining hall of Mra. 6. M. Spoonamoro on Friday the 23d Inst. A full meal will be served at the low price of 35c. Everybody iB invited to attend. A world of hats at W. II. Shanks'. Silvihvyauk at Dunks', tho Jeweler. An electropolse for sale, olllce. Apply at this Ohaio k Uockeb, cash druKRists. erytbinx cheap. Ev r T Squirts W. L. Dawson went coon hunt tag Friday uiht and broke tho record by catching six in lees than a hour. Look at This. Wo will Bhoe horses all round for 80 cents cash. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. S. & J. W. ( A vast amount of useful informaton on the currency and other matters will bo found on the extra pages that appear with this issue. In remitting fot his paper, Mr. 0. K. Crow, of Atlanta, says: The gold sentiment in Georgia is growing stronger as the days go by and tny observation tettches me to believe this sentiment will triumph in our next National contest. Sam Emiiry. Jr., won the boys' bicycle race at the Danvillo fair and Jamea came third in a similar race at the Nicholasville meet Saturday. When it comes to riding bicycles its mighty hard to down the Stanford boys. The colored base ball team of this place went to Somerset and got bested 24 to 18 in the first game and 31 to 2 1 in (ho second. The Interior Journal attache, Joseph Ohenault, who went down, tells us that the rough element of the white people, together with a one-sided umpire took tho games from the Stanford nine. Bin Bariiicue. The democrats of Crab Orchard and vicinity are going to give a grand barbeque Friday, Aug. Oth, and are going to prepare to feed 10,000 people. Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. and lasting until 4 r. it., there will bo speaking by Messrs. McCreary, Hardin. Breckinridge, North and others. After that there will bo horse and bicycle racep, basu ball, Ac, with two brass bands to make melody. The Hoyal Tailors, of Chicago, who are represented in this section by Mr. H. L. Edmiston will give a tailor-made suit to the winner of pony race. Everybody is invited, the ladies especially, for whom a special table will be set. With oratory, music and bur- gout on tap and races and other sports to make things lively, the day promises to be one of good old democratic rejoicing long to be remembered. Tub Eagle, in commenting on the fact that Col. James Maret has rounded out 18 years of continuous service aa depot agent at Mt. Vernon, says "that be will not allow himself to be promoted for he wouldn't leave here if by so doing he could step iuto Prea. M. H.Mnith'a shoes and receive all his salary and all bis honors." Well, every man to his taste. Mt. Vernon may be as good placu as any at which to die, but to live there IS yearsf with Editor Smith a'galavanting around please excuse us. Badinage aside, however, tho little mouutaiu hamlet is a very delightful place, and come to think of it, E litor Smith Is not such a bid fellow after all. We like the old man, indeed we do, and Jim Maret might go further and fare worse. Leastwise we do not want him to move. Ho is one of the best cor respondents tho Interior Journal ever had and hero's hoping ho may live for-over and that Smith may never die. m m Col. Hill relates a characteristic story of Gen. Wolford. While practicing law at Liberty tho general was engaged to defend a man for slapping his wife, lie was a man of good standing, but in a moment of passion had so far forgotten himself ns to do an act that he bitterly regretted immediately. The wife had Boyerul brothers, dangerous men, and they were very much incensed. Owing to the high character of tho parties to the suit, a great crowd assembled to hear tho examining trial, which waa held at an out-of the-way crota roads by two magistrates, whose knowledge of law wus not remarkably extensive. The witness, es were examined, and a rather bad caeo mado out against the defendant. Gen. Wolford got up to make his argument and warming up to his great desiro to reunite tho unfortunate couple, he mado a speech which brought tears to the eyea not only of the wife, but hundreds of hia auditors. When he sat down, Col. Silas AdamB, who was county attorney, arose to close for tho Commonwealth. "You can't epeak in this case, Col. Adams," said the general, and proceeded to argue to tho magistrates that as the warrant waa in the name of the Commonwealth, its regular attorney, and not the county attorney, was the only man who had the right to apeak for it. Tho court retired, consulted together and returning an nounced that they coincided with the general and would decline to hear Col, Adams. They also discharged the de fendant, whose wife came and threw her arms around him, the brothers shook hands with him and there waa a general reconciliation all around. Asked after wards by lawyers what he meant by advancing Buch a preposterous proposition. Gen. Wolford said, "I saw that trouble was brooding and that if Col. Adams "was allowed to speak and further fire the hearts of the brothers and other sympathizers, that blood would flow, so I de termined to prevent it at all hazards and the result waa most satisfactory, every, body went away happy and a disrupted family was reunited." Mason fruit Jars, applo parera and elder mills at W. H. Wearen fc Co'b. James Frye, the Hustonville merchant, continues to sell the best goods at the lowest prices. Dr. Bender, the painless dentist, ia at the Myers House. See him if your teeth need looking after. Owinu to counter attractions, the orchestra boys have decided to postpone their hop, tired for next Thurday night. Shirt waist sets 3i to $2.50. Belt buckles, sterling silver fl.Uo. New nov elties till you can't rest at Danks, the leading jeweler. Call and see. Si'EAKiNd. Hon. K. 0. Warren will speak at the court-house Monday next at 1 o'clock upon the isauea of the campaign. Mr. Warren ia a Bound money man. stands souarelv upon the demo cratic platform aud believes that those who can't ought to be rebaptizjd in the faith. Thieves Again. Mr. J. M. Hairs smoke-house was broken into Thursday night, but the meat waa banging up eo high the scamps did not see it. They helped themselves to a barrel of Hour, however, and at the spring-house got several pounds of butter. Entrance wbb ellected by breaking tho lock. Mr. Hail authorizes us to Bay that hb will give (100 for the arrest and couviction of the thieves. m Fire. The large tobacco and sion 23, 35 and 50 cents. stock barn of Win. Glass, of Beuna Vista, was burned Sunday morning at an early hour, with four head of stock, two stallions, n ick which had been Bold and a young mare, all insured for 1500; also 700 Imitiela of wheat, 8,000 bundles of oats, u lot of hay and all the farming utensils. It is thought to have been the work of an incendiary. The barn was only partially insured. m An elocutionary contest between young ladies of Danville, Lancaster and Stanford has been arranged by MessrB. S. W. Menefee and E. H. Beazley to occur at Walton'a Opera House, Friday night, Aug. 10. There aro six entries as follows: Misses Nellie Ware McGoodwin and Elizabeth Fleece Bosley, Danville; Alberta Anderson and Mary Griilin, Lancaster; Lucile Menefee and Ethyl Beazley, Stanford. The prize will bo a gold watch to first and handsomely bound volumes of Dickens' entire works to second best performer. Deckelmann'a orchestra will furnish the music. The Lincoln County Teachers' Institute waa opened at 10 a. M. yesterday with prayer by Prof. N. W. Hughes. After tinging, the superintendent, Miss Kate Blain, extended a hearty welcome to the teachers and introduced Prof. S E. Lumley, who Is to conduct the Institute, and he gave quite an instructive an interesting talk. Election of secretaries beine next in order. E. B. Ritch e was elected secretary and Miss Georgia Lewis, assistant secretary. Mra. Dr. Fain, Miss Mary Thompson, Prof. Lutr-ley and Mr. J. M. Acton were appointed committee on program. The Institute was next given an interesting talk by Prof. Cherry, of the Bowling Green Normal School. Tho enrollment of teachers showed the following to be present. The number of their districts is also given: 1, O. H. Holmes, Mips Jennie West. 2, Logan Hufhee, 3, Wolter Carter, 5, Mifs Loulio Owslov. 0. Mrs. Ada Craig and Misa Annie Dunn, 7, Miss Helen Thurmond, 8. Miss Bertio Enoch, 9, Mies Wright, 10, Miss Mary Thompson, 11, O. K. McClure, 12, Miss Mary Kay, 14, W. R. Swearingin, 15, G. W. Curtis, 10, Misses Kate Bogle aud Florence Bibb, 17, MrB. Lucy Reynolds, 19, Miss Maggie Sarcey, 21, Garland Singleton, 22, X. W. Hughes, 23, Miss Winnie Condor, 25, E. B. Ritchio, 20, J. M. Acton, 2S, Mrs. Jas. Green, 29, Miss Mattie Sacray, 31. Misa Minnio Kates, 32, H. S. Young, 33, Mies Ella Wright, 30, J. T. Roberta, 37, Grant North, 3S, Laura Condor, 30, Misa Pearl Phillips, 40, Mrs. Eliza Bal-lard, 41, Mrs. Mollie Frye, 42, Misa Lizzie Pettue, 43 T. H. Singleton, 45. Misa Julia Stagg, 47, Miss Luln Rifle, 49, Miss Kate Hays, 50, Lucien Bastin, 52, L. M. Lewia, 53, Misa Lulie Hicks, 54, Misa Maybello Fayne, 55, "William Bos-tin, 57, Misa Georgia Mercer, 6S, Misa Virgie White, 59, Miss Mary Carter, 00, Geo. R. Tubbs, 01, Misa Anna Gooch, 02, Misa Lou Moore, 04, Mies Mavme Wright, Co, Miss Ethyl Wright, 00, Scott Anderson. Misses Nora and Lillian Philips, Misa Cettie Thurmond, Miea Maggie Lewis. The report of the committee on program reported as follows for the afternoon: School Management Topic Number 1, Grant North; No. 2, "W. R. Swearingin; No. 3, Garland Singleton; No. 4, Lucien Lewie; No. 5, C. K. McClure; No. 0, N, W. Hughes. Arithmetic 1st and 2d grade work, Misa Mary Kay. 2, How to teach the child to recognizo a group of objects, Miss Georgia Lewis. 3, Fractions, Wm. Baa-tin. 4, Compound Numbers, Scott Anderson. 5, Percentage, Tilden Dr. G. A. Traylor waa an Interested attendant. Thoro are any number of pretty girls in attendance and a few good looking men. Misa Georgia Lewis la organist, but she baan't got her choir well to work yet. The mualo will be a feature when she does. Our citizens ought to take more interest in tho institute and give the teachers aid and comfort by their presence. It will be mutually beneficial. J. C. Steeley, of Williamsburg, made quite a taking speech in the interest cf the Southern School Journal, but the teachers all prefer the Interior Journal. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Rev. II. R. Mills will preach at Mt. Xenijjin Sunday at 3.30 r. m. Rev. George O. Barnes is now holding a meeting at Olympia Springs. Rev. E H. Pierce, the new presiden of Kentucky Wesleyan College at eter, preached twice at the Methodist church Sunday to interested congregations. R E HugheB has an interesting on Rev. George O. Barnes in Sun day's Courier-Journal, with pictures of him and Miss Marie and scenes on Island. The News says that Rev. Henry Miller, pastor of the Middlesboro Pres byterian church, has gone to Chicago to take a special course iu Hebrew at the University there. During the State convention to be held at the Christian church here week after next the ladies of the Christian church will serve dinner at Walton's Opera House for the delegates and visitors. Rev. S. M. Logon's discourse Sunday morning on "He came to his own and hia own received him not." waa unusually good and was enjoyed by a good audience. A featuro ot the services was a sweet solo by Mrs. A. G. Huffman. Eld. McGarvey denies that he has said anything upon the subject of baptism "diflerent from my life long teaching or diflerent from the teaching common to my brethren." It was charged that he said a man cou.d be saved out baptism. We have received from Mr. G. R. Keller a complimentary ticket to the Deering Camp Meeting, which will be held Aug. 16-20, entitling the holder to privileges of collate and fable. Aa usual the K. C. will give rates from here and run specials the two Sundays during the meeting. Rev. Dr. A. C. Davidson, president of Georgetown Colleee, preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church here Sunday morning and night to large congregations. He waa very complimentary of the choir. At night the Presbyterian congregation accepted an invitation to attend the services. NKW ADVKBT1SKJCK.VW. DISSOLUTION". The firm of Dri. I'ettui .V Walls, Crab Orchard, bai been ditiolved by mutual comenl. Proper notice or who will be authorired to collect account will be given inthu paper A committee conmtinc of County Judge, Attorney and Clerk have appointed Dr. J D 1'ettut to do Ue poor-house and pauper practice till Oct 1st. COLLEGE HOME. Crab Orchard, Ky. Select, Private, High Grade, Thorough, Practical, Progressive. Will enter upon the second year's work Sept. 2, and will close May 30, 1S96. For terms of admission apply to Dr. Jxo. S. Stapp, Pres. 45 Crab Orchard, Ky. The Lebanon Fair, -ON- Aujjnst 7, 8 and 9 z895 Will be The Banner Fair & Trotting Meeting Ot the year. All arc invited to Attecd. A : SPECIAL : TRAIN ! Will be run from Crab Orchard and intermediate stations. leaving Crab Orchard at 8 a in., 15, Kowland 8 ;, Stanford 829, Shelby City 8 4t, Junction City s 55, arriving at Lebanon at tc os. and returning alter the fair One fare lor rounu trip. For programs, etc , address, T HORACE CLELAND, l'res Commissioner's Sale. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. 1). A Haukih, Plaintiff, vs. I. N. Johnson, Deft. Notice ot Sale, Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale at the Jun term, 1895, of this court In the above styled action, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, AUG. 12. I895, Before the Court-house door in the town ol Stan ford, Ky , between the hours ol 9 a m. and 4 p. m.. sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following described real property A. Tract of Land in Lincoln Co., Ky and bounded as follows Ilegmning at a stone in the county road leading Irom Highland to McKlnney, thence will sSmo S. joM. W. 30 poles to a stone in same, S. 31, W. 40 poles to a stone in same, S a8, W. 61 poles to stone In same, S 84, W. 90 poles to a stone in same N. 8SH, W 7! poles, 14 links to 4 stone in same, thence IS. -to, W. 39 poles, is links to a sugar tree on aide ot same, S .6, W. a) poles to an ash and dogwood on hillside, S to. K. 174 piles to two chestnuts, two dogwoods and two gums, S 34, W 17 poles to a a small oak on a hlllude. S. 4, W 91 poles to two black oaks and one white oak on a point. S. 81, E. 174 poles to a sweet gum near a branch. N. 6, E. 63 poles to a linn stump, N j E 7 poles to a poplar stump. N. S3, E. 30 poles to a white oak on a hillside, N. 39, K. 75 poles to a fallen ash and beech stump, thence b. 63, E. 35 poles to an ash and chestnut, N. at. K. 78 poles to a poplar .North of a hollow, N. ia, 1 hollow, N. 19. ! side. N iaVT. c. 84 polos 10 an eim norm 01 a E. o poles to a white oak on hill- W. ss poles to a beech and poplar near a lagoon, N. it, E. 93 poles to two beeches and a black oak near a branch, N. 81W. W, 13 poles. 13 links to a beech at the mouth of a hollow, S. 37. W. 50 to a beech in a nollow, S. 58,, W. 19 poles to a black oak and chestnut on a ridge, N 40, W. 41 poles to a black walnut, N. 74, W. 7 poles to the beginning, containing $46 acres of land. ... The said tract of land will be sold to satisfy the lltn debt of the plaintiff for the sum of 607.50 with 6 per cent, interest from Feb. 13. 1893, until paid which with interest to Aug la, 1893 amounts to the sum of tiS.6o and cost of this suit, $60 TERMS OF SALE -Credit of 6 months; the purchaser giving bond with approved personal security and payable to the plaintiff, bearing interest from the day ot sale and having the force and effect of a Judgment. R. C. WARREN, 43 Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. Mi Farm i , i jk Yard MilHiiiiiti A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., -DEALER IN- SASH, DOORS,BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed Lumber Lath, Shingles, Etc, The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. EST AGENT FOa THE COLUMBIA STEEL wtntvmtt.t. -, Canton Flannels Buyjthem now. We have a large stock of Canton much lower than their present value, which we low. BLACK Flannels bonght are ottering very GOODS We will open the last of this week 20 pieces all wool Black Dress Goods. You should see them. " REMEMBER That Spot Cash is the only way to do business. You can save money and that is what you want to do. Come and let us show you. SEVERANCE & SON. PREMIUMS! Offered to Every One. We make all kinds of concessions. In Clothing we are now giving-you Sio, $12 Suits for $7.50; S10.50 and$i5 Suits for Sio; 518 and' S20 Suits for 15. CHILDREN'S SUITS! We are giving you 3.00 and 3.50 suits for 2.50; 4.00 and 4.50 suits for 3.00; 5.00 and 6.00 suits for 4 00. FURNISHING -:- GOODS. We are giving you 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 Shirts for 89c. Garner Percales and Madras for $1. Uf T im i A- V 1 w Tr7 c ft. is war up 'jm ied rM isum. 3L3L 1 J1L We are giving you Imported French Balbriggan, formerly 2.00 suit, for 1.50; regular 1.00 per suit for 85c. per CHILDREN'S SHIRT WAISTS Fast colors, 35c and 50c, now 25c. Odd Pants for boys now 50c. We Must Make Room For Winter Goods. Our Loss is your Gain. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. CME1 IK AMILT MB JET BAlMAIim THE GLOBE ' Strictly One Price Clothing House J. L. Frohman & Co., Prors., Danville, - - - Kentucky. SPECTACLES Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. For .' Diseased '. Eyes, We have Specialist. DANKS, THE JEWELER, AND OPTICIAN.