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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL!
Stanford, Ky., - Mah. 18, 1898
E. C. Walton, Businisa Manaolii.
. Tub best physician can't euro you If
Sou do not follow Ills directions. Get
the bent medicines too. Ttmt is the
only klti'l wo furnish Penny's Drug
PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP.
Mils, W. L. Evans has buon qtiltc
J F. Cook went to Moutlcollo yesterday.
IIakvky UfN.v, of Brodhoad, was
Mil. T. I). Nkwland wont to Frankfort
Mil II. J. Dakst lt now
judge of 1 lowland.
MISS LiM.li: MAUTIN Is now saleslady
at thu Louisville Store.
Jamb Lhk wont to Gruonsburg
Tuesday to spend a few days.
Mils. Mahy Hockbu, thu ugud moth-or
of Mr. J. S. Hockur, Is ill.
MHS. Dli. 15. J. HltoWN and ohlldron
went up to Mt. Vornon yoilorlay.
Mils. J. A. Blain, of Hustonvllle,
Win the guest of the Missus Kills.
Mhs. Will Sbvkkanck Joinud hor
husband in Cincinnati yesterday.
MHS. Kl.LIlN Wilms, of Kansas City,
wan thu guest of Mf' & l1 Staj.
Miss Gkkthcdk Giiaoy Is teaching
u class In music at HussoU Springs.
DK.XTKH IJ.VM.or wont to Lexington
to oritur Calhoun's Business College-
Mhs. T. 15. Baldwin, of Madison, is
with hor daughter, Mrs. W. II. Shanks.
MRS. C. II. Ykaokk, of Oiinvlllu, Is
biHinilint; thu week at Mr. S. T. Harris'.
.M BKNNKTT, a Hlehmoml
beauty, is thu gtiost of Mrs. A. II. Sar
ANDIiiew Hl'CHASAN'i of Crab Orchard,
was on Tuesday s train bound for
Mrs. H. G. COOK, of Jullleo, canto
down ywstenlajr to visit hur mother,
Mrs. A. B. MeKlutiuy.
Mrs. Si'sa.n Mknbpih: has run tod
the property on Lancaster struct lately
occupied by J 15. Novlus.
.MiesuAMKs Grs Hok.mann and 15. G.
Pick, of Crab Orchard, took the train
huru for Tuusday.
MRS. B. G. Haw., of Somerset,
with Mrs. George I). Wuaron
and spent a few days with hur.
" Mrs. Slm: Holmbk ruturnud
to Elkton. Miss Susie Lasloy
ancompanlcd hur as far ns Louisville.
Mr. Ja.mks Frvb, of llustonvllle,
was horo yesterday. Be tells us that
his wife and four children Jiuvu boon
ill but are belter.
Mr. John M. McKlNNKY.of Indiana,
N horu to trace the origin of the family.
Bo is closely related to thu family
of that name here.
Mlt. AND MRS. HCSSKLL DlLMON.of
Livingston, spent several duys with the
hitter's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. II.
Tucker, near May wood.
LoTTlBCllBNACl.Tii.lho name that
has been selected for u little girl which
arrived at Greonlwrry Bright'., at t
o'clock Wudnesduy morning.
CHAKI.B5 11. BaYDBN has secured a
M)sUil run between Louisville and
and wont to the formur place
Wednesday to prepare himself for the
Mrs. LCSK and her beautiful
tur. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of llus
tonvllle, passed through Stanford on
route to Lancaster to visit friends Wednesday.
LlTTI.K M.(!IB Wil.mot, of the
Ilubhlu section, who hud hor arm
broken by falling from a horse several
days ugo, is not doing well and hor doctors
fear the member will havo to bo
Ull.HBUT GRlNSTBAU, an olllclun
and accommodating young man, who
has been clerking in the Louisville
Store for omu time, has resigned to
take a more lucrative position with W.
D. Oldham, at Ulchmond. The boit
wishes of his many friends go with
FLSHlNis tackle at Craig .t Rocker's.
COMPLin'Bllneof ilshlng taeklo at
Penny's Drug Store.
I will oav cash for sound walnut
logs, IB Inches up. A. C. Sine.
TUB St. Asaph Botul olllco is being
beautliled with pupor and paint.
Bin lino fresh new dry goods arriving
dally and we're selling thorn cheap.
W. II. HKidlNS is having a room or
two added to the house in which his
D. & D.For being drunk und disorderly
James Vernon was lined W in
Judge Carson's court Tuesday.
Ybstbuday was St. Patrick's day,
but we were not reminded of it even by
a single sprig of green on unybody'a
FOR Mbxico. Mr. W. II. Traylor,
tho distiller, Is getting ready u shipment
of his bottled whisky to Mexico.
It Is of his 1SK2 ucrop" and as lino as
split silk, hu says. About 100 cases will
NKW Candles of
ren h Shanks'.
all kinds at War-
Skbd Potatoes and Garden Seeds of
all kinds at Warren ti Shanks'. '
W. . Cahson's hand-made harness
at low prleos at U. D. Bright's.
Attention riSHKKMKN ! A full and
comploto line at W. B. McBoborts'.
Foil Bunt. Warehouse back of
Warren iV Shank-. J. S. Murphy, Sr.
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OaUDKN hoods In bulk and package,
Croat varluty. Biggins.: McKlnney.
ilioil grade gents' solid gold watches
cheap for nest Ave days. Danks, the
Kaas for hatching, barred Blymoth
Books, as good a thu country alTord9.
II.. I. Meobert.
Gbnti.kmiw! You should o.um!no
our lino of spring clothes. Stylo, qual
ity and flt thu best. Sovoruncc& Sons
TUB small-pox scare is subsiding
There aro few now cases nt
and little chunce of the disease
Till: telephone company here hns extended
its line to Rowland and Judge
T. L. Shulton Is now connected with
TlIB dear, delightful days have comu
The sweetest of the year,
When turnip greens and rich hog jowl
Fill soul and stomach with good ehuur.
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OLD Tatkk.' Mr. M. N. Del'auw
has not been wlttiout sweet jotatoos for
15 years. That is ho showed us one the
othor day that had been in his houso
for that length of time.
Tub linos to Laucastur und Danville
via Hubble are now in shape and all
who are connected with thu central
in Stanford can talk direct to tho
throe towns for the small sums of 2ft
cents to thu llrst two point" and 15 els.
to the latter.
OVKll TUB Road.- In tho language
of thu colore brother, James Cash and
Will Blukeluy have gone "over the
road." That is they were taken to the
Frankfort penitentiary yesterday by
Shorlff S. M. Owens and Deputy C. B.
Owens. Cah, it will be remembered,
got n your for forgery and Blakeley
suven for killing Cato Crenshaw.
SLOW. Messrs. Alcorn autl Welch
roorl that money Is coming in very
slowly for tho benutlt of Bro. Barties,
whon everybody ought to be glad to
contribute to the fund to relievo his
property of a heavy mortgage. Mr. C.
A. bnyoer, or Washington, wno saw
tho apHial In this papur, sent i'l by return
mall, though only 31 is asked.
"MrKlNNBY Isn't near tho bad place
that your oorresondont make it,"
said Mr. Reuben Williams, "and such
statements aro doing tho town much
damage. Once In a while there Is some
trouble there, but on the whole I never
lived in a quieter town. Your correspondent
is a clever man, but he lets
his real for the temperance cause get
awuy with Ills judgment." Othor people
contlrm our roortor, so you havo
both sides and can take your choice.
SQCIRB Cofkby BCSY. For disorderly
conduct at a church at McKlnney
Oscar Singleton, Andy Trice, Bill Tato
and Bud Masterson, all colored, got 10
days each In jail and were lined $-0
aplcco in Squire W. A. Cotloy's court
at McKlnney Tuesday. Perry Jones,
also colored, was lined S10 nnd costs for
disorderly conduct in Tannor Bros'
store. Bill Tatu was tried for carrying
concealed weapons and got f0 days and
i'li) in addition to the above. Constable
Thomas G. Nunnelley brought them all
down Tuesday afternoon by himself and
turned them over to Jailer DoBord.
Man. Mr. J. S. Hundley
gives us a Las Cruces, Now Mexico,
paper which tells of tho appolntmunt
by tho governor of Col. J. D. Bryan,
brother of J. M. Bryan, of this placo,
to be prosecuting attorney. He had
piuvioiwly held the Mstllon of register
of the U. S. land ollicc by appointment
of President Cleveland. Col. Bryan
was born in this county and served gallantly
In tho (1th Kentucky cavalry
with the other confederates horo who
have since made lino records as eltl
TUB trials and tribulations of a
"Rube," when ho visits tho city for
the first time, aro not always as great
as those of Marlon Sumpter, of Wuynci
who was a witness last week In tho U.
S. court at Louisville, but they dltTor
only In degree. A short while after hu
got to tho city, a bogus olllcor urrcsted
him on a charge of having counterfeit
money and took $115 from him, alleging
that It was counterfeit. Shortly afterwards
a couple of follows ottered to sell
him a new Smith & Wesson pistol for
$1. Ho didn't havo the change and
they olierud to take his $20 and get it
but they never returned. This took his
fast cunt and when tho hotol man demanded
his bill, ho could not pay. Ho
had him arrested and when ho was
lodged in jail and given a cell with a
drunken person, he threw a bucket full
of water on tho 'Hill Billy" completely
deluging him. This was moro than
Sumpter could stand, so ho sat down
and shed bitter tears on tho wickedness
of tho world and sighed for his own
frco hills In honest Wayne.
First-class hill onion acts
by O. J. Newlnnd.
Lanukbth's seeds In paper and bulk.
Now and fresh. W. B. McRobcrta.
Marriaob. -Jacob Meadows and Kl-
leu Lewis, u palr ol iMUlcugcvlllo s
colored 100. drove down yosterdav und
were pronounced husband ond wlfo by
Judge Bailey. Aftor the "impressive"
ceremony Judge Bailoy told the groom
to aaluto his bride, when he implanted
a loving kiss on her lips.
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It has rained every day for thu last
three, und at times it was too warm for
comfort. Thunder storms occurred
Wednesday morning and night and the
lightning Hashed like midsummer.
"Fair, colder to-night, probably fair
Friday,' read yesterday's dispatch.
H. L. Pierce, who died at Milton,
Mass., left sums ranging from 3100 to
S2.000 to his i;il employes.
As a result of Rev. J. IT. Dew's
at the Lebanon Baptist church
there were '10 immersions Monday.
Dr. Caradino will move onto Washington
in May and suck to suuctlfy the
cltiens of thut modern Gomorrah.
Kov. Malcolm McGregor, of Atlanta,
will bugin a protracted meeting ut the
Richmond Baptist church next Sunday.
Rev. W. S. Grlnstoad will preach to
the Stanford children at .'! o'clock Sunday
nftornoon on "Counterfeit Money
and Counterfeit Christians.'
Mi en burs of a Memphis church, in
uhii it Row I. S. McKlroy, of Lexington.
Is holding a meeting, urge that he
be called as Its permanent pastor.
Rev. J. B. Crouch asks us to say that
Sunday morning is communion service
day at the Baptist church and that he
hopes there will be a large attendance
of the members.
Ruw Matthew Priest, a Cumberland
Presbytorlun minister, wno was suspended
for professing sunctitlcatlon,
was received into full fellowship by the
Methodist church at Bardlnsburg.
Sam J onus, who is conducting a
Xuehvillo, gave Gov. Taylor a I
roast for using the pardoning power tto
freely. The governor comes out in a
card in which he says, among othor
caustic things, that "had not it bev.ii
for thu pardoning power Sam would
havo been in hell long ago."
ft. I lie M III I.VThHIill! Jul ll I.
Camhiisllsvillb, March lti. To
whom shall we send money for Rev.
George O. Barnes as suggested by your
paper? If to you, please give me your
address, if to Bro. B. his, please. R. K.
Send money to Messrs. Alcorn and
Welch, Stanford. Mr. Barnes' address
Is Sauibel Island, Flu.
The meeting that was in progress at
the Methodist church hero for nearly
four weeks, conducted by Rev. Ben
Helm, has closed. It bus been a most
wonderful and glorious meeting and
great good has been done. Having
been called to lake charge of the large
holiness tabernacle at Franklin, Tenn.,
Bro. Holm will movo there at once,
leaving his children in Asbury College,
Wllmoro Hartford Herald.
Robert Duluncy, of F.rlungor, shot
his wife because she knocked him down
and whipped him.
Jamoa Robinson, aged 70, and Ml&s
Lucy Jones, 21, were married at
An objectionable suitor attempted to
kiss a girl at Marion, Ind., whereupon
she shipped his face and caused his arrest,
Julius Smith, of Corydon, whoso
sweetheart married another aftor she
was given a deed to Smith's house, is
suing her for the homo.
The engagement of Miss Mary Gait,
of Louisville, and Mr. Richard Bell, of
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riago to take placo in Juno.
Nora McCurdy, aged 20, committed
suicide at Lebanon, Intl., by taking
strychnine because hur mother forbid
her intending church with a young man
a Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Porter celebrated
their golden wedding ut Versailles.
Mr. Porter was speaker of tho Senate
and became lieutenant governor on tho
death of Linn Boyd.
Miss Lily Cain, who tried to kill herself
when shu thought sho discovered
that B. F. McMurtry wu untrue, has
recovered from the wound and married
him. It is mure than probable that
both will llvo to regret thut tho wound
was not fatal. Thoy live in Georgetown.
LAND AND STOCK.
Beazloy Bros, sold to Samuel Dudder-ar
a family horso for $100.
C. T. Bohon sold to R. II. Crow a
pair of young mules forSlSO.
John Baugh sold to Allen, of tho
West F.nd, a few heifers ut.Uc.
Powell & Harper bought of J. P.
Cormlney a bunch of 1,200-pound cattle
R. II. Bronaugh will ship six or eight
"very fast ones" to Newport in a few
Fivo work mules, .! to 5 years, for
sale. Mrs. Juno D. Buchanan, Crab
Lynn & Wood bought of W. 15. Chris
tian, of Wayne, 80 ono and
old cuttle at $2:1.50.
O. P. Huffman bought of Dr. G. W. I
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Bronaugh some butcher stulTat .'J'cand
of W. P. Tate some hogs at 3Jc.
Yearling red heifer came about Oct.
1. Owner can get by paying feed bill
and till notice Geo. Brown. Bee Liok.
I have for sale 1 or f good, young
jacks, ready for service. Will exchange
for othor stock. J. W. Glvons,
At J. S. Kinkcad's sale In Fayette,
Shorthorn cows and calvos averaged
711; Shorthorn feeders $o P.i; sheep
S.'i.lK) pur head and corn in crib $2..'to.
J. C. Lvnn sold to J. T. Crutchlield,
of Madison, 14 heifers at $10 and to G.
T. Wood five heifers and steers at $1.
He bought of Dr. J. T. .Morris 17 calves
In Nebraska the winter wheat acre,
ago is 20 por cent, larger now than at
any time In the history of the State. It
is understood that spring wheat and
earn will be proportionately as great.
Mark Hardin sold to H. D. Baugh-man
a boar for $20; bought of Tom Luns-ford
live shoats at .'Jc; bought a cow of
Fred Baumman for $.'10; sold to George
Lunsford a cow for $15 and to Mrs. M
McGulTy a cow for $.'10.
One of the largest sales of Hereford
cattle over held, took plucein i5mporiu,
Kas , hist week. The herd belonged
to C. S. Cross, the celebrated breeder,
and 1 1.") were sold for an average of
$l'li.vM). One nnlmul sold for $:i,O00 and
several sold for very high prices.
J. W. Jean it Sons, of Mulott,
county, bought this week of Bright
& Lilhird, of Boyle, the line jack Young
Giant, for $500. This is a big price,
considering the times, but Young Giant
i one of thclincst individuals that ever
left the county. Ho is nearly l(i hands
Carroll B. Bold, of Cincinnati, has
been engaged to train for 15. S. Gard
ncr it Son, the well-known Nashvlllu
racing firm. Ho Is a relative of Secretary
I5d Hopper, of Latonia. He first
trained under John Morris, the popular
trainer of Georgo Long's strim:, and
afterward handled hie own stable with
good success. Ho has disposed of all
his horses -Courier-Journal, 17th.
In Madrid, the Imparclal in a
ing article says: "No capital of Europe
would a full blown Ambassador
be allowed to do what Consular Agent
FlUhugh Lee Indulges in with impunity
in Cuba. -His reports are always
hostile to our country, and often full of
falsehoods. Tho insurgents look iijxjn
him as a protector; tho Spaniards as an
Judge Prewitt has selected Chas. II.
Woods and George W. Dupun, two
splendid men, to represent tho county
In the turnpike condemnation proceed-,
Ings and thu turnpikes so far heard
from recommended N. K. Tunis, G.
W. Welch B. C. Berry, Polk Williams
and R. II. Guthrie.
Eight Covington physicians havo
been Indicted for failing to register
with thu county clerk as required by
law. They will fight the case to test
thu law's constitutionality.
Thu government has not yet taken
control of tho epidemic ut
MIddlesboro, but will do so shortly.
Congressman Colson is working to this
The custom receipts Wednesday
amounted to $l,'tlD,7.'!7, larger by
than any day under tho new taritl.
Tho Senate committee on foreign relations
Wednesday agreed to recommend
tho annexation of Hawaii.
Fount Cook, a young white man, was
given four years titNicholasvillo for
Tho troops aro likely to kept ut the
Jessamine tollgatca until April.
The line ol Springs Shoes just opened is the most complete ever in my place.
Viewed from the standpoint of
Style, Wear, Comfort, Price and
My Ladies, and Children's Hioe and Half Shoes aro
Are Simply Matchless !
In Medium-Priced Men's (Joods my stoi k is also very strong and I invite curly
inspection from one anil all. Can lit anybody's foot and nearly anybody's head.
It is a pleasure at all times to show goods whether you wish to buy or not Bo
not think yon have to buy just hecaue you looked at them a look is without
money and without price.
W. H. SHANKS.
Gentlemen, wc call your attention to our new and extensive line of
Trousers, in all'grade from Jeans at 50c to finest Cassimere at SH.50.
We call especial attention to our SI, 51.50 and 12 goods. Wo have
Searched the Markets
And believe we have the best Values that money can buy. Ilig men
can find good values in extra sizes at $1.50 to $3.50. If wc can't plea-e
you in our ready made stock
We Can Supply You From
Our Tailor-Made Line.
Hundreds of Samples to select from. Pi ice, 13.25 to $10 per pair.
Conic and see them.
SEVERANCE & SOWS.
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Stanford Female College.
Tiie Second of tliu Collegiate Year, will open
New pupils entering at Unit time will do received Into the rliisiM.
call on or write to Mil. S cri.KY at the College or w rite for cafilo
J. H. Baughman & Co.,
Kur full Infoimatlou
WILLIAM all ELTON. PiiKMiii.vr.
Low Cow Feed
Low Coal &
WE HAVE JUST
Car Load Of Vehicles,
And are oflcring some
Call and See Us. Opp. Court-House, Stanfoid, Ky
B. K. WEAREN A SOW.
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