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Stanford, Ky December 23. 1887
W. P. WALTON.
TilitoUfiK Me nuror of a kind Provi
deuce, whose continued bleaaings tow of us
appreciate aa we should, we are again per
milted to herald the approach uf another
jojltll season nnd extend to our introrm the
hope that each and every one of theiu will
realize a "Merry Christmas and a happy
New Year." While many of ua have
ed that bright time of life that the return
of the joyful event thrillod with tho?o in.
deocribabte conditions, called CurisDiiaH iti
the bonci", it in a sear and hardened heart
indeed that cannot warm up in socio de
eree at least ti the occasion, and if we cannot
be oureetves a; happy and as light
hearted ms we used to bt, we can at any
rate do our best to make others feel that
life is not entirely a miserable, disappointing
journey from the cradle to the grave.
Of all the holiday seasons Chriatmia ia the
emphatically supreme, as it should be,itice
it commemorates an event that brought
joy to the worlJ, peace and good will to
men. What boots if the seers do tell u
that the birth of CnrUt could not have oc
curred on the 25'h of December, because it
is the hight of the raiuy tetson in Judea
and shepherds could hardly ba watching
their Hocks by night qii the It has
been fixed as the day for celebrating the
beginning of n new dispensation and the
christian world accepts it in good faith and
honors it accordingly Whether the birth
of Cariat occurred in May or Ddceoibar, or
neither, the significance of the erent h the
same, for it brought to a lost and ruined
world the hope of redemption and final sal
vntion. Bat we are no sermonizer; we sttn
ply wanted to remind thoe who ee nothing
in the day but fun, frolic and carousal,
that the birth of the little infant in the
manger nearly 1 000 years ago, is not & ly
celebrated in winebibing, gluttony and law
breaking, but in a manner that will re
dound to His glory and prove that we
rightly ay predate the event and the joy
and happiness it brought to fie world It
is the seawn of peace and X'ood will; let
each of in strive to make it so in earjait
by adding ai mucn as in us lies to the hap
ptnesj and comfort of others. The
Journal, feeling at peace with iuelf
and all the world, sends joyful greeting to
each of its subscribers and wishes each a
happy time and miny returns of the day,
The Cincinnati Enquirer evidently got
scooped or there is nothing in the Taulbee-pretty
girl business It says: "The old
adage that "a lie travels a league while
truth puts on its hoots" never was more fully
exemplified than in the slanderous
charges made against the Hon. Preston
Taulbee, of Kentucky. From private
investigation made in regard to the fac's,
no one there places any confidence in the
truthfulness of the charge. ilia high
standing as a man and as an official has
not been in the least impaired by the cir
culation of euch venomous reports."
Speaking of Mr. Taulbee, he ia preparing
to introduce a bill that should become a
law without debate. It is to prohibit granting
special tax stamp to liquor dealers in
local option districts. Tne government
should not license what localities have decided
shall not be sold in their midst.
Hon. John S Bahuouii is Senator-elect
from Virginia. Tne legislature by a vote
of 87 for him to 35 for Mahone coi.fi run d
the action of the democratic caucus, whici
unanimously nominated him. Unfortu
nately he does not take his seat until March
1689. In the meantime Kiddleberger, who
holds the balanco of powir in the Senate,
is being courted und fe.ted by the republi
cans, who, before te took an independent
position, regarded him as everybody
doe. hurdly worth the notice.
The govern jr of Nebraska eearns to he
rather a fresh irtlividual, disposed to at
tend more to other people's business than
his own. He has sent to the Senitnrs from
his State a protest ngainst the confirmation
of Lamar as Justice of the Supreme Court,
saying that no mm who ever denounced
Aba Lincoln and supported Jell Davis,
should ba bimoreJ in this land of the
hint TIih governor is evidently a sumuier
coon iirid should go into his hole and draw
it in after him.
A DKCISION of the Supreaie Cmrt of
Missouri decltring the Wjod local cptiou
law constitution1;! is ucoti.cr lejil victnrv
for ibe "drys" mid elections ate to be held
on th q jestion in all the counties of the
State, ioc'uditig the city of S'. Liuis
Cour b nearly alw.iys decdo with what they
bsllevH to l)ii the public sentiment m the
recent promulgation from tbem further
The Ltxiiigton liunscriiit ssys it has information
that Col. AI S. Berry will contest
with Mr. Bock for the Senatorship
Berry heard something drop when he ran
for governor. It will fill on him this lime
and mash hfm into a grease spot.
The prohibitionists have prepared a
bill providing for a general local option'law
in the Slate of Kentucky and will urge its
passage by the next legislature. It is cut-iron
in its provisions.
The House voted to uive its discharged
employes a month's extra pay, which ia
the same as robbing Peter lo pay Paul,
Congressmen are always liberal with other
The five fire-bugs captured in Knoxville
proved to be the scoundrels who sacked
and bnrned Tompkinsvllle and they have
been safely lodged in jail there, though it
took a heavily armed guard of 30 or more
men to prevent their being lynched by the
excited populace Trie men were in abject
terror and agreed if the sheriff would protect
them from the mob to plead guilty on
every chargo that could be brought tgtint
them, Two of tbem charged with the unir
der of an Indiana sherttl, begged to ba tak
en there lor trial, pre erring the possibility
of escape to the almost certain death that
seemed to stare them in the fare. Nearly
all of the bjnls have beon recovered. If
the scouuJrels get the full penalty upjii
all of the indictments that will be
brought against them each will have to
rerve the State 43 years.
The argument in ttut old, old chestnut,
the Thobe contejt bininess, is pet for Janti
ary Gib, Thobe has not the slightest hope
for further success than to have Congress
pay him a round sum for imposing hio,self
upon it. If the business of paying con
testanls were stopped, there would not be
half as many contests in Congress. Even
Lucas, of West Virginia, who put up a
claim to Faulkner's seat, was given $1,000
A hill for a gener.il bankruptcy law i
to be introduced in Congre.ss after
which bears the approval of the
American Btr Association. Tne country
has been worrying along very well for several
years walnut a bankruptcy law and
it looks like it could continue to do so, but
the lawyers know that one would be pick
ings for them and notning for the creditors,
hence the endorsement.
A DEji'HitADO in Colorado, who had
killed four deputy sberifTs, entrenched him
self in a dugout and defied arrest, but when
a pose succeeded in surrounding bis abode
with numerous cartridge of giant powder
he threw up bis hands and surrendered
unconditionally. He bad hardly gotten
out before the explosion occurred tearing
the dugout into a million nf pieces.
Although Dan Djlierty, the American
who killed a mm in London, claimed that
the shot was accidental, the court very
mercifully let him nil with penal servitude
for life. Here in Kentucky an accidental
killing would have been rewarded with a
prompt acquittal and perhaps a chromo.
It is refreshing to observe that hutran life
is not everywhere a cheap as here.
The Louihi ille IW says that Ben Johnson,
i tie leading candidate for Speaker of
the Kentucky House, does not "drink,
smoke, or cms," and consequently ought
not to be honored with office. Mr. Johnson
claims to be a Kentuckian, but there must
bd some mistake about it. He hasn't the
ear marks of a thoroughbred.
The Mt. Sterling treated
iu patrons to an historical edition last
week of 10 pjges o' ujiitur full of interest
and excently gotten up. Bro. Haveus
takes tuecikeoo far in the matter of getting
up extra reading for the sea-on.
Senatok Plumb amused nimself in the
Senate Wednesday by ridiculing the president's
mescae and terming him an alarmist.
Somebody ought to have reduced uim from
a perpendicular to a horizontal.
The Waj s and Means Committee will
be presided over by Koer Q. Mills, of Tex
a', and Col, W. C. P. Brecuuridge will be
one of its members. Mills will be the rec
oguiZid leader of the democrats
We are afraid our old Virginia friends
are going to surfer this winter. Sjveii
bags of tnetr old tuu
burued in Franklin the other
Grammar in Politics
The Washington dispatches accredit to
Seuul'jr Pugh, ot the introduction
atid advouic ol (he luiiorriug redolu
llemhed Tnat the in set important and
pruadiug out oi iue pierunt teidiou of
u to revisd and so nmeud tne existing
internal lax und (anil laws a to ledtice
the tnur.ial re7e(iues to be coikc.ed
to toe necessir wants of the Federal
Government, aud iu more than it needs to
pay its matured deots and discharge iw obligations
under the laws oi Congress without
crippling or deraugmg auy Aaieriutu
industries of bii'iness or interest connected
with the subjects of tarirl tartitou or intert
faring witu tne jdst rated of American
working people intended to be eecured to
tiieui by (he incidental edicts of revenue
du Hd, to share in the pun product uf the
Nlior aud capital in American
industries, to full iiietmim of the difference
in thu cjt of their labir and the labor
of those engaged in similar in
RcAthed, That the Senate will concur in
no joint resolution for the final adjourn
went of the present seimi of Congress tin
til after the passage of such remedial laws
as are specified in the foregoing reso u.ion
Considered froji a political point of
view, tho central idea iu these two resolutions
is well enough, but we pause to inquire,
where dil the Senator study that
part of grammar which the ort'iodox
so'nool miter cills yntx? Iu our boy
hood days there was a syntem of teaching
in voue called parding. It dealt largely
with subjects,-verbs and predicates. Per
baps it was but a cumbersome piece of
Tom foolery, devised by come knight of
the rod und ferule to worry his not altogether
obedient pupil; but nevertheless
and notwithstanding, it would be everlust
ing fun to the tow headed, copperas-breeches
boy of some log school-house in the back
deestricts to hear the 8enator parse Resolve
No. 1. Imagine Lindley Murray or Noble
Butler rumaging among congressional archives
searching for choice selections to il
lustrate the rules of syntax, wouldn't they
gel up a howl when they struck this liter-
ary But to reach a ollmax, imagine
Prof. Quackenbos teaching a class in
rhetoric. lis is lecturing upon 'style. He
commends the pure and simple, In legislation
especially, is the importance of these
two features impressed upon the class. He
illustrates by selections from standard mi
thors. lie picks up Senator Pugh's resolutions.
' Ye gods and little 1'nheM" The
sequel is left to the descriptive pen and
fertile imagination of Soule Smith or "any
We cannot concur in Mo with the politics
of the Senator's resolutions The small
leaven of incidental protection which the
microscope reveals iu minute quantities
will not do much harm, tinle's it swells, as
it it most likely to do, like the Itval Hiking
Powders (see ad. on another page) in a
pone of light bread. We knew a boy once
who ate a half pound of driel apples and
(hen drank water merely as an incident.
The funeral sermon was pathetic 1
But politics aide. We are concerned
about grammar. To Ssnator Pugh we ten
der the asternal advice: Qet theo to a
In a drunken quarrel over a woman
George Klier shot and killed George Sherer
Speaker Carlisle and Mews. Kamliill,
Mills, Reed and Cannon compose the Hoti-e
Committee on Kulee.
The snow storm caused the most seri
oils blockade at Ksston, Pa , that has been
known for fifteen years.
Terrell is the name of a new postotlice
in Madison and A. J. McGuire Has been
appointed poMmaater at it
A severe blitz ud prevailed in Minnesota
and Ditcota this week, the mercury
going down to 30 below zero.
The Senate voted Tuesday to consider
the BUir bill. Senator Beck was one of
the 15 who voted in the nfgatiye.
In a political q'larrel at Opeloti'as,
La., three men were hot and the physicians
pronounce them all fatally wounded.
Miss S.B. Stiles, a faithful christian
worker and a great friend of the Barnes
troupe, died at Hnpkinsville this week.
The confirmation of Secretary Lunar
as Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court has
been postponed until after the holidays,
II II Gerson, a dude from Chicago,
who played a big hand in Louisville re
cently, has been sent up six years for forgery.
will build a $500 000
beet factory at WaUoiville, Cal. Similar
work will be built in other parts of the
The President has nominated Edward
F Bincham,of Oiio, to be Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the District of
Daniel Cherdron, a saloon-keeper of
Mauch Chunk, Pa , threw a half beer glass
of vitriol into bia wife's face, terribly dis
Charles 8. Fairchild has been confirmed
by the Senate as Secretary of the Treasury,
and George L. Rives as Assistant Secretary
The Senate Pensions Committee reported
a bill placing the name of Mrs Joo.
A. Logan on the pension list at the rate of
$2,000 per annnm.
John White, an employe of the Southern
Express Companv, at Chattanooga, has
ben arrested for robbing the company of a
$500 exprefs package
Miss Imz VarZindl was sent to the
penitentiary for kil ing two canary birds
belonging to a girl with whom she had
quarreled, at New York.
Fifty Ctiinese women, imported for im
moral purpose, have been remanded back
to the steamship company at San Francieci
to be taken back to China.
An engiue and snow plow on the
railway, N. B , jumped into the river
carrying 13 men with it. E cbt were killed
and the others injured.
Seyeral gentlemen, who expect to be
upon the House Appropriation Committee,
object to Mr Holtutn' for a colleague, aud
have so notified the Speaker
Gov. Eli H Murray, for seven year
Governor ol U"ih Territory, goes with his
family to Sin Dngo, Cal , for thu winter,
and probably lo permanently remain.
-At Ball-ton Spa, N. Y , S C. Crandall
siiot and killed bis wife, her daughter,
mother and himself. Thu family were at
the breakfas'. table wuen tho tragedy be
Warden Pearcy, ol tho Tennessee peni
tentiary, discovered a plot of convicts for a
wholesale escape from prison. The discov
ery wax madejuat in lime to prevent it being
Richard K Fox his sent a cablegram
to manager Har ling stating that Ktlrain
aod Hmith must fijhtairain and to a n'nish
If Km illi refuses hu will oJaim the stakes,
championship end belt.
Judge J. E. Trimble and Jamea A
Itamsby, of Farmersvnie, La., had a quarrel,
and on meeting eacti other both drew
pistols and begau firing Five or tix shots
were tired and both were killed.
Miss Annie Court, of Camdeo, N. J.
'20 years of age, gave birth to illegitimate
twins, Tue next day the infanta were
missing and a search resulted in finding
their dead bodies in a pail of water.
The Chief of Police ut Knoxville, Ten
nessee, discovered bonda amounting to $10,
500 secreted under the llior of a hou'e recently
occupied by burglars. The bonds
are a portion of the $55,000 recently stolen
from Tomkinaville, Ky.
A destructive tornado yislted Armstrong
Academy, I. T , Fort Washita end
Green at an early hour Saturday morning,
causing great destruction of property and
loss of life It only listed six minute,
but six persons were killed.
The prize fight between Smith and
Ktlrain. on the Islaud of St. Pierre, in the
river Seine, lasted for 100 rounds and was
declared a draw. It waaan unusual brutal
Ernest Stone and Dtiitoy May, two
young bloods of Mt, Sterling, took two colored
prostitutes buggy riding on Sunday
evening and were run into by the light
ningexpres on the Chesapeake & Ohio.
'1 be whole party was inotanlly killed.
Senator Bick introduced a bill providing
that every person who carries on business
of a retail dealer in liquor, manufacturer
of tobacco, snufl or cigars, nr dealer
in tobacco, without havinj paid a special
tax therefor, shall be liable to a fine nf
$500 or imprisonment in a county jail without,
hard labor not nioro than one year.
In the record of 187 Kan-
sas takes the lead with 1 6S1 miles, Nebraska
follows with fe67, then comes Texas
with 834, Colorado with 71S, Dakota with
flS'J, Montana with 497, Indian Territory
with -103, Alabama 377, Michigan 339 and
Missouri 32o All the other Slates and
Territories fall under 300 mile. Minnes i
la's record is only 17(5
The Lexington grand jury, which has
just adjourned, brought in GOO indictments,
more than were ever before returned at one
sessirn The proximity ol the Blue grass
capitol lo Cincinnati is gradually giving it
a foremost place among the sinful cities of
the land. When Kentucky's new eyangel st,
Miss Belle Hunt, completes her regeneration
of Nicholasville, she could find no
place whre her labors are as needful rs
wicked Lsxinptnn fCiurler Journal.
O AM HUE. eOHE COUNtt
Whit Maloney, ol Lexington, is in
town fitting gas and water pipes to the new
house of J. II. (teniry, on Lexing on street
Mr. KU Fox is iu Vinton, V.i , colled
there by the illnrss of his aged mother.
Mr. .Sm Liiunis, of Louisfille, is in town,
on a visit lo his brother, Fred Lmnn.
Mr. John K. Slitnbergen, of Meicer
county, ai.d Mis Laura Coouier, of this
county, were married Thursday by Kv A
O Bartholomew, of the Christian cburc' .
The wife of Tfioe. K aughter, oloreo,
" fined $100 iu the police court on Tiles
day lor selling whiky The prosecuting
wiinees were Frank Johnaon snd William
Mr. H. L. Webb and Miss Mary I.
Wade obtained marriage licens Wedms.
ilay. Hilh belong to the West Kod. Ther
were married on Thur-day at the
ol the bride', father, Mr. James Wade.
-L W Sharp, deputy ahentl of Casey
county, brought Wednesday to the jail ol
this county Ben Roberts, recently conyict
ed of the murder of George Biker '2 years
ago. Tne cane goes to the Court of Appeals
and as the Casey jil is regarded
un-a( Roberts was brought here.
About $50 in money has been ried
by fiibscr ption for purchasing presents for
the children attending the public chool.
The various city merchants haye contrib
tiled many r idea to swell the list if pre
ents and a numbrr of kind hearted
prepare a dinner for Friday at '2 o'clock
I" M., when the presents will be distribut
Eatopia Lodce No 33, K. of P. are in
correspondence with Mr. E. S. Laurie, the
acior and leacher ol elocution, looking to
the presentation at the Opera Hoimb iu
February, of the play of Dimou aud
A sojn an Mr. Laurie is hetrd from n
mire definite announcement will be mtde
Santa Claus u ail bis glory is to be
presented at the D. and D. Institute on
Monday. The veritable old gentleman
with his sleigh, reindeers and in fact all tl.e
accompaniments will be present. A ueueml
iuviution is to lis extended to the oildren
of Danville and vicinity through the Sun
Fifty dollars, which included a check
on the Farmers National Bank, of train
place, waa ntoiell from the sleeping room of
Mr. Lawrence on Monday. The
check was sinned by Tim Ejgleman, ol
Lincoln county, and was made payable in
the order ol Mr. Lawrence As it Im) no'
been endorsed by the latter the thief car.
make no lien of it.
List Sunday was "bible dy" at the
Hiptisi church, a day set apart for. the
ol money for a publishing
known as Hie Auitrican Itapitm Se
ty, an organ zatiou cwe object it is to ills
tribute bihlert among those unable to buy
thrui A considerable um of money woe
raided. Tnere were recitations by Kpuri'enn
Cheek, Willie Price, Mary Anderson, Lu
liu Simpson, Sammy Fox, Katie Shear,
Irene Stcilw'hill, Annie lirure mid an !
uresi by Rav. V P Hale Hie pamnr of hi
There are 10 distilleries in Barren couny
These 10 di'tilleriei annual. y manufacture
125 000 g'illons of wiuskv. Njiib of tin
whisk-y la shipped. It is nil drunk tt nnuie,
The government tax on this is $2J,000
This large sum of money ia almluiely
withdrawn from circulation I w piiiin
to the government, nud, so far as henufn to
the people is concerned, that is the end of
it No' one cent ever tin la its way hick.
Virtually this amoiiiM 10 in ainni.il tax of
$'20 000 on the ounty, for whic1! no re'urn
whatever is made. It is aWlutely $20 000
taken from the moneyed reaournes nf the
people. When the lijior liouglit in 'or
eign markets by our druggists is aildul ti
this, a losa of fully $25,000 is shown
Were the people of Barren couiuy compell .
el to pay a sum one half so large iu the
form of direct and general taxation, the
howl raised could be beard from the Onio
river to the Tennessee line. This calculation
does not include the drunks, iln head
achea and heartaches, the fighU and the
murders embrace i in this amount of liqii r
turned loose among 4 500 men, Glasgow
We desire to call jour attention to our freih and -
Complete Xiine of Groceries
OleTery ilricrlptlon, which we keep conitnutly on laud, and aik you to come and eittnlnolt at well at
Our tock ol" IIaBlwaj.'e9
Which no retail hounoran conietn with. While you ound, wawIIIiIiow you th
Oliver Chilled ami imperial XMow.s,
We are ancnU for, the I cit In the market, nlto the
IMPltOVED WATER ELEVATOR,
Hotuethlni; new and norel and thu Durst thlmtof the kind In me. In our line ol llcatln and Cook
KIotm, wd run plmvtlin muni rmlldloiu l Ix.tli irki and ntxl Ij In llratlim Miivci. o
we wish to 1miw yen ouittliloi( excellent. OI 2 ur w keep l.tiiie, (Viuent, .lt, Ac, mil in fact
there la Mnrceljr RiirthlnK wo tuvu't i;ut thst la Hiiythliit; near our line, I'omo in when jou am Iu
town and noalull to to nuke It lanaiit lor thu Very truly,
JlOCKElt V KltlttHT.
W. II. niGGINS, Seo'y and Trens A. 0. SINE, Bup't.
PLANING MILL CO.
Flooring, Wcathcrboarding, Ceiling,
l'IMNIII.J MMUtKIt. MOI'l. IIJN, Kl.
Nn.sli, Doors and Kliiitls always in Mook.
MAl'lC IirFIWAar, Proprietor.
Mi -JJ J
Will ulwrajH liny " IiuihI h lrri: und Melrt't Hue of I'ltrnl.
turn ami IiiitrrtiakrM Jmh1. My prlcca will hu h loir a hiicIi
Koaxlx can l) ImhivIiI In Hit' oil I en. Jiv tin h trial mid you
ulll be coinliiced ilitil 1 mHI lower Hutu Mm Iomtcni.
WEAREN & MENEFEE
V y y, VI l a
xs V, y wohkw i yf y
Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys,
PhJEtons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road
Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,
Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sash-Blinds,
Picket Fencing. &c. Our Stock of Ve
hides is larger and more oompleie than ever
from the cheapest to iho best.
All ol work gimrimlt'ori as rcprc.MMi oil. Prices to
suil the limes. We ciui sell you ns good vHiieles as
any denier or manufacture!' ami! for as lift Its money.
Come, and sec our tine assortment liefore il is broken.
WEARKN & MUXISFW
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Queen and Crescent Route.
(Cincmrmti New Orloftrm and Toxas IMclllo RnHway.
Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida,
South East, flVxas, Culu, South West.
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