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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Btanfokd, ICy,, Dkckmiiek 2'J, 1S92
Mm. B. F. Johnson has been vory ill.
Col, W. . Wklch wont to Frankfort
Miss Mahy Vahniin went up to tho
Mits. It. I). Thompson1, of Loulavillt', is
viBitint! Mrs. J. W. Bamsoy.
Mil K. V. NoHTiinnil wife have gone
1 1 Cincinnati for n fow days.
Miss Siit Coxvrr has returned to
lMrksvilIo from a visit to Pontine, III.
Mr. K 0. Fokd nml his pretty brido
woro on yesterday's train, returning from
tliflr bridal tour.
Mrt. T. H. Bknbon, of Middloburg, was
ui yesterday drawing Christmas inonuy
for school touching
Sii.ab Sandiixjk bus moved to the
IVnco place, on tho llustonvillo plko.
H" will handle horses.
(iKoitot Fi ihiuhon and Mien Uessio
Parmley. of Wayne, aro visiting Mr. nnd
Mm. J. C. Furguson.
Miss Maiuk Waihikn, a Boyle county
beauty, is visiting her cousins, Misses
Mario and Jennie Warren.
Mnssits. J. C. and Bay Brown, of
Hiirrodsburg, have been tho guest of
their relative, Mrs. B. K. Wunren.
Mia. J. I'. Davh has roturned from
Wincheslor, wliero who went to attend
tho marriage ami to
visit Mrs. It. Burnett.
N'ath Mi Ki.nnky, of Central Universi.
ty, Ud Kevins, of Georgetown College,
and Carroll Shanks, of Centre College,
aro at homo tho holidays.
Tho prospect of a dull Christmas generally
is more promising than pleasing.
We never recorded as few visiting young
Indies at this time of the year.
Mismm Fannib Shanks, Dollie Mo-Bobert
and Virginia Bowman, of
Collie, will arrive to day to spend
Christina with tho loied ones.
Mil. Hakby CiKKiiii vNting his
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Geor, and is recovering
from the elloct "I injuries
while ruilrondinic in Texas.
I)k D. I. of Kirkuville, pasted
t'lpjnh ; entu'dny n rout to Aslmvillu,
X. C . t.Pnl t)' 'riUnM Ho was
bv Mr W. M. Klliott this
Mif Iamis LirroN will go with Mips
(iiTtni'Ir Howard to her homo at Ghent
e speii I th holidays. Thoothor young
laditw of tlu College faculty will remaiu
Mil. A. T.Tiiau.ok leaves this
for Hindaboro. Ill . to make his fu
ture homo. His family will follow in a
few days. It is with decided regret that
tne many friends of this family give
, Mn. O. J. of Lexington,
tho League of Insurance Companies
of America, ts here re rating the
town and our cltiens may expect a
lurtirm in their insurance. J ins is one
of the many advantages ol water works
CITY AND VICINITY.
CAKitsand crackers, "Koreitor goods,'
at McKinuey Bros.'
Siikm. Oynters, slirlmps, weiner wurit,
celery at 1. Hampton'H.
Finest Xmas presents at lowest priies
at Danks, tho jeweler's.
Don't fail U) A. A. Warren's hull
day goods before purchasing.
Wk have reduced a lino of all woo
tlre.ss goods to 40 cents for Christmas.
Come and seo them. J. S. Hughes.
A 00011 thing to remember when scat
tng a Christmas present is to rub otl the
mark, unless it is an oxp'nsive
Fa uina & IlAitniN have a nice, now
delivery wagon, u)Oii which we notice
that Mr. Hardin is now Mr. "Harding,"
and don't you forget it.
1 have killed for my Christmas trade
one of tho large shipping cattle of J. K
Bruce, fed since September for this occasion,
and weighed l.lKo. J. Vest, butch-
CnmsriiAS coming on .Sunday this
year, Monday will bu obsei ved as the legal
holiday. If jon have a note in bank
you had better seo to it Saturday, il it is
about to fall due.
Tiietin hill found bv Master James
Buhl and left with us to bo advertized,
was claimed tho same day the paper was
issued, by B. U. Holtclaw, who g.ivo
ample proof that it was Ids.
Bit.t. Kino, the colored barber, foimer
ly of this place, now of Lancaster, was
lined $10 in Judgo Carson's court for
runuing tho toll gate on tho Lancaster
pike. Mrs. K. Withers Keeper. Josepn
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StOdgtll, alSO COlOreo, wan nmi uuu, mil.
.... 11:11 ,ca lining tho driving no was
mailo to pay the fine.
stock of furniture
I iiavb moved my
and undertaker's goods to my now store-room
in the Opeta House block and ask
my friends to come and Beo me. A set
ol furniture, n sideboaul, a. wardtobe, n
table, a set of chairs, 11 nice rocker, a
picture and easel vould make nice
Christmas presents. Come in and see
them. Mack HuirroMi.
Fiiie WoiiKS at McKinnoy Bros.'
Two ear loads of wagons nnd plows at
Karris & Hardin's
Wiioi.k tram of wagons at A. A. War-
ren's. '1 hey aro going cheap.
Bio stock of candy, nuts, fca, every
pound fresh. McKinuey Bros. us
Wk will fix you up a nice basket of
fruit andoaudyohonp. McKinnoy Bros.
Somktiii.no for young and old at
Dunks', ho jowoler. You never bbw
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FuoM now till Jan. 1st. gooilH of nil
kinds will go at greatly redtiewl prices.
Karris V Hardin.
Am. accounts of B. K. it W. II.
Hre ready forsottlomuiiL Ploaso call
nntl nettlo now.
l'oii Sam: oh Bunt. A houto with
four rooms, in WeHt Stanford. Inquire
of HlggiusiV: Watts, coal dealers. "
OitANOKs, lumoiip, bananas, npples, Cn
tiwb.i and Malaga grapes, coconnutH,
cooking niidsugartlgH. McKinuey Bros.
Siiov, Bob Hatcher shot Win. lutdcB
at Monticelln in a fraens. Hades wasn't
nrmod, but caught nnd held Hatcher till
nnoflicer at rived and lodged him in jail.
Sknd ten cents in postage stamps and
get by return mail a handsomely illustrated
Christmas Book of sketches nnd
poems by Howard Saxby. C. B. Uynn
A. O. 1. A. C. it 0. B'y, Cincinnati, 0.
Tiik llttlo ones aro looking forwatd
witii grout expectations to thu Christmas
tree nt tho Christian church to-morrow
alteruoou at 5 and vvu hopu none will bo
disappointed. All thy othr Sunday-school
scholars in totui are iuvitud.
Ik, mm the old saying goes, tho proof of
tho pudding is tho chewing nf tho ba,
Sum Owens has presented sufficient evidence
thntit was a be ir sine enough he
killed in Mlbslssippi. He divided it up
with his friends and no man who has
over tasted that kind of meat ever forget
il. Mr. Owens his iarty was
treated finely by the and
that tho hunt was groatly enjoyed.
A MiMUK fAirr by the young ladies,
mi entertainment of some kind
by thu young gentlemen, thu kid party
at Homer Wruy's and the Bain bow
Club reception at Mini Kthyl Bear,
ley's, loom to cover entirely tho young
people's amusement plans for thu hoi
idays. The prospect is that there will
bo nothing at the Opura House. The
engagornunts there, however, after Now
Vear'u, folio a- fust on each other.
St MJBBt). County Attorney J. B.
ton liM received a letter from M.S. Hart,
of Caioy, stating that an attempt was
made to kill him at Kingsvillo Sunday
night. He further states that several
girls had left Uieir homes and ho
ned to be in company with them. A
numbur of men came up nt that time
nud began to beat and stab him without,
giving him any reason. Hart gives no
names, but says the men iwHiiltod him
because tkoy thought he had been instrumental
in enticing thu girls from
their homes. He wants to know what
action to take in the matter.
C.wiPKNTUi.fc Dalton, ptoprietors of
the Carpenter House, sned Thos. Hurley,
manager of the lato Stanford base
hall club, in Jtnlgd Varnon's ooutt Tuesday,
fora board hill of a little over $100.
made by members of the above club, but
did not succeed in making out a case in
thu opinion of the judge. It was an
amusing trial and there was an abundance
of contradictory sweating. Mr. P.
M McBoberts represented the plain tills
ami Mr. It. C. Warren the defendant,
and both madu creditable speeches. Tiie
case will bu taken to the circuit court.
Joiin.n llu.Kiitid Dick Hampton aru
two youths who will likely not be advocates
of patent medicines, even in their
mntiirer yeais. Business-like young
lown, they werelnokingout lor a job nnd
happened to find a pill doctor wV want
ed his wares advertised. A lot of pamphlets,
each containing an envelope with
a hall dozen tiny pills, was given them
to distribute. When the job was com
pleted usch deposited in his inside pock-
ut one Iittiu envelope for his own use.
The boy.s did not read the directions to
tike one at a tune, but took all six in
stead, But why prolong the story'.' Tho
boys aro alive, but theio is not very
much of them left.
I'AiuioNt'ii. -Hon. W. II. Miller has
filed with Judge W B Carson a pardon
from Gov-Brown of the imprisonment
portion of his recent sentence for carrying
concealed weapons, ami he will not
have to look through the bars. No one
ever supposed that ho would, aud for
one wo would give a good deal rather
than see him in such a fix, for we have
always been good friends, but the pardon
only goes tojprove what wo said,
thnt the pistol las well as most other
laws, aro merely for the punishment of
poor white folks and negroes. There aro
convictions for the oil'onso of carrying
concealed weapons entered against men
of money nnd iutluence nearly every day
in the year, but who ever heard of them
serving a jail sentence? So far as they
are concerned the law is a dead letter,
tho only inconvenience they suficr being
to ask the governor for pardou, who
grants it of course, nud takes that much
time from more impoilant business.
Wk arc closing out our stock of
nnd glassware at coat. W. 11.
Accounts that nro past due and not
paid by thu first of January will be placed
in tho hands of an ollicer for collection.
Wo neod tho money that is due
NOW. Sine it Monefeo.
A Ukoit.u, by tho n hi sic andoloctition
classes will occur at I) to-morrow, Saturday,
morning in tho College
Auoluitaut untertsiuiiiont is assur
ed, to which the public is cordially invited.
Snow and sleet, with tho mercury
the 20s, is tho kind of weather wo
have boon having since last issue. The
old saying about a green Christmas mnk
ing a fat grave-yard wont go this time.
CONBTAIILK McCoilMACK, of the West
Knd, delivered to Jailer Owens Tuesday
Logan Hooker, colored, to spend Ito dayB
with that gontlemati for carrying concealed
weapons. Squiro Smiley was tho
judge in the enso and Mr. McCormnck
walked the prisoner through tho snow
nud slush to this point.
Mn. J. Nkwton Ckaio, jh., celebrated
hia 70th birthday yesterday by going
with his daughter, Mrs. J. K. Bruce, his
son, John II. Craig, and grand-son, Will
N. Craig, to the houso ho was born in
tho tirston Main otraet below tho Presbyterian
church. He is the oldest native
born citizen in tho town nud has
made il his homu thu entire time. He
ib still halo and hearty.
A ixmiiiik case, involving about 5100,
between Ludw. I'illat and X. Stookler,
both of Ottenheini, was tried before
Judge Varnon this week and was decided
in favor of the latter. When the verdict
was rendered l'illat fell headforemost
to the floor and wad insensible for
a couple of minutes. When consciousness
wan restored the defeated litigant
cried out, "Mein (Jot! inoin Got! mo
loosu ein I unit red toller ! Gif me lope
to hang musell'"
Tittc editor will leave in a day or two
or the Fact, hoping by change of air and
relaxation from duties to regain his
physical vigor and brighten his mental
faculties, both of which have run down
by unremitting labors performed for the
greater part of tho year under tho most
trying circumstances Tho rest of tho
force nlso wants a rest and they doseive
it. Therefore but one paper will bo issued
next week, thst of Friday, and it
will be n double number.
A.Camkmscii, the clever and prosperous
fanner near McKinuey, was declared
inssno by a jury in Judgo Varnon's
court Wednesday and was yesterday
taken bv Shcriil" J. N. Menefee to
the Asyluni at Lexingtor. This splendid
Switss geut'uman lias been in this
county for a number of years and no
man in his section stood higher. Somo
years ago Mr. Cameniech had a slight
mind trouble, but soon recovered his
usual sen hi's and his friends behoved
him perfectly cured. His ia a peculiar
cas) indeed. He imagines himself Jesus
Christ and claims that never until the
present has he fully understood tho book
of Revelations, which he reads for hours
and hours at a time. His desire is to go
to Switzerland and preach the Gospel to
his friends that they may seo clearly as
he does, Chrisl'H teachings. At times
tho unfortunate man leaves the Biblical
theme and speaks of his bride aud once
or twice ho has gone to a room of his
home saving ho would not leave that
spot till his bride came. Some think
Mr. Caineuisch'ri misfortune is there-suit
of a love affair. He was never married
but lived togethet with his brother,
the business being in his name. He is
in good condition financially and was a
No 1 f.umer.
Scikkal suspicious looking characters
were heie tho first of tho week looking
around the jail and appaiently trj ing to
find out something. It was supposed
that they were the advance guard of the
mob to bang Len Tye, the Whitley county
negro charged with murdering Miss
Bryant, after criminally assaulting her,
but when they found that be had been
spirited away to Harrodeburg they took
their leave. They seem to have gone on
to that place, where they obtained entry
to the jail, says a dispatch, aud identified
the prisoner. Tho negro cried and
plead with tho jailer to save his life and
tnt otlicial obtained an crder from the.
county judge and took him to Frankfort.
This will end the nttempt to get him for!
the present, but it will take a legiment
of soldiers to prevent a neck stretching
when he is returned to Whitley for trinl
, ana coiuiimm witti io! coniossions.
-Bev. Ben Helm has returned from
Jarkson, Breathitt county, where heboid
a glorious meeting of 15 days, with !)con-
Tho Jellico Advance says that an -iv. u. i. .uunony win .eavo ior
tigatmg committee savs there is now no ! his new charge at Carthage, Tenn., to-doubt
of Tyo's guilt. Ho has a niece nt morrow. His wife will not go for two
Fast Tennessee mines and it was foil ml or tl,reo week8 'et-that
Tyo on tho morning of tho murder1 -Bead tho 2d chapter of Luke and
came tlieio and exchanged his pants and J you will see the reason lor the gladneba
shirt lor those of his ..ieco'a husband, of this festal season, if you think the day
Thev were bloody. Tho pipe that was ! was intended alone for eating, drinking
1 ,.,ir t ,1m o v was lueiuuieu oy a
colored man at Mt. Ash as his property;
that Tyo had taken the pipe tho morning
of the murder. The Mt. Ash man
described tho knife found at the time
the clothes were found aa tho property
of Tye. Sheriff Meuefce says he doesn't
tell a straight tale by any means and
that he was fearfully scared the night he
took him to Harrodsburg. Most anybody
would have been under the
but his talk convinced tho
sheriff that he was more than likely the
The mayor says it will bo tho duty of
tho marshal to arrest nny person
fire crackers, Roman candles nnd tho
like, nnd those who sell them will be
Tub happiest person that this Christmas
will produce will be the one who
does tho most to make othors happy,
Let everybody try and prove tlmt it is
moro blessed to glvo than to receivo .
Tun following dispatch was sent from
Millernbntg: "Mies Mary Craig, n beautiful
young girl of 17 years, loft bor homo
in Millernhurg on Saturday nivbt and
eloped with a train p scene painter by
tho name of Leon. For several weeks
Leon has been eng.igod at Millersburg
p tinting scenery in the now opera house.
During that time be has been very attentive
to Miss Craig, they having been
frequently Keen together enjoying long
walks along t.io numerous turnpikes.
Miss Craig s father and brother nre
drutnmors for a Philadelphia dry goo Jb
house, and sho has been under charge
of a step-mother. Last summer she was
seized with a mania for settiug fire to
the hotisu in which alio lived, causing as
many as four alarms to be sent in one
day. Sho is well connected, her relatives
being some of tho wealthiest and most
influential people in the State. Nothing
is known of Leon's antecedents. It is
hoped that the couple left with
intentions. If such is not the
ense, Leon should arrange his temporal
affairs, a9 tho Craigs will not allow him
to continue upon earth. Millersburg is
in a frenzy of excitement over the af
In answer to n dispatcli sent to Mrs.
Will Craig, step-mother of tho girl, Ly
Mr. John II. Craig, it was learned thnt
Mr. Craig is from homo and that she
had hnd n warrant for the arrest of Leon
sent to Falmouth. It will be
Mifs Mary is tho only child
by Mr. Will Craig's marriage to Mi.ss
Winter, daughter of Hew Winter, of the
Methodist church, South. She was born
h re ami is a very pietty girl.
John H. Jackson, of London, and
Miss Nellie, tho pretty daughter of Mr
F. M. Shumate, of Danville, will be married
James Sprinkles nnd Miss Nannie
Pence, daughter of Lish Pence, of Bow-land,
were married at the bride's home
at 2 o'clock i. m. yesterday, Be v. M. N
Hew IL T.Caldwell, son of Ilev. B.
H. Caldwell, of Boyle, and Mis3 Kate
Hancock, a prominent and popular
siembcr uf Nashville society, weie married
W. It. Duncan, clork at tho Commercial
Hotel, McKinuey, nnd n clever
young man of 22 years, wns married yesterday
to Miss Jennie Hughes, n splen
did young lady of the same place, who it.
six 3 ears his senior.
An uxchnnge lays down the excellent
rule that no girl should allow n
young man to kiis her unless bbe is engaged
to him, end that she should tinder
no state of case permit herself to be
to more than l.'l young men atone
One Harrison, a Chicago real estate
dealer, who wns to have been married
Wednesday to Mrs. Lizzie Neal. a most
estimable womon of Harrodsburg, was
beastly drunk nt tho hour fixed, driving
nbout the town with a negro, nfter having
been robbed in n Jive the night before.
The nuptials, which were to have
beeii the social event of the season in
Harrodbburg, were permanently postponed.
Henry Sire, a rich New Yorker
tampered with the affections of Miss Esther
Jacobs aud left her to weep and
mourn. Like the majority of of her sex
she soon got oyer that, however, aud
bringing suit against him for breach of
promise, secured a verdict for $2.",000.
This is a great deal better than to have
had to take the man to get the money.
One woman lias established her
ability to keep a secret. Employed as a
.servant by a wealthy Now Haven fami
ly, she married the young heir of tho
house live yeard ago, presented him with
three heirs picsumptivo and never men-tinned
the matter to a soul until her
master aud mistress had been nicely
tucked awny in their hist beds and their
lnRt wills nnd testaiiioiiU had been dulv
1 entertd of probate. Louisville Times.
Klder Martin's meeting at Cynthi-
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Bev. G. L. Bogers, the oldest pensioner
in the V. S., and probably the oldest
minister, died at Louisville from the
effects of burns. Ho fought in the Mexican
war and wns within a few months
of 100 yeare of age.
The second quarterly meeting of the
present conference year will be held at
the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday,
Dec. 3L and Jan. 1. Bev. II. P.
Walker will conduct tho services, which
will bo at IOiUO a. m. and 7 v. i. each
CLOSING OUT AT COST.
DrvunodSyBoots, SIlobs uid Notions
I la vint; derided to quit the meicantilo
For cot ,liiil below Cot. (ST! do not sell
Goods worth 20 cents for 10 cent;
Dress Good worth L'7J cts. for 20 rents;
leaHel Uotli worth 10c to liJc at 71 cts.
Calicoes wot th .ic to 7Jo nt to Gc cts.
Jlrown Cottons , j to 10c at fijc to 7 cts; Sheeting worth t!o cents at onlv IS fonts:
M.oes worth $1 to $ at 7oc to JS.'JS; Boots worth $2 to $1.2.' at SI 05 toU.0.
JJexideK, you will I1111I that I have a lot or other things at
Ridiculously Low Prices.
orvhuni at 4H n .lolion; Big Snnilv nt Mo. I have a lot of Canned
Goods, clai 111 iwi.v particular, that I sell very cheap for tin nunlitv. Of
I MUST HAVE TPIB GASH
For lliee tfoods at tlieprices There is no uso asking if I enn sell any cheaper. I
have no time to haggle over prices. Very Inspect fully,
Big1 Double Store-Room Opposite
Now being filled with
New and Desirable Goods
Whiih will be sold at the LoWGSt Cash Prices. The stock consists of a
full aoitineiit of Staple Biid Domestic Goods, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins
Ginghams, Shirtings, Sheetings, Flanneh, Prints, Table Towels, Tow clings
t&e. Our line of Diess Goods is complete.
Boots and Shoes to suit all. The largest line, the uit complete aortment and
the Lowest Prices. Men's Congress Gaiteis 51.23 and S1.50, worth $2. Men's Calf
Boot., side lined, $2.23, worth 5:1.30. Big lino of Men's Soft and Stiff flats.
The Very Latest and Nobbiest
Yonr chance to get good goods for a little money is now before you. Gra-.p it while,
SCeadquartors for Santa Claus,
.Arc ringing at the.
Ileal Cash Store,
And all the
Most Useful Articles,
Most Desirable Articles,
Most Serviceable Articles
For a Christmas Gift are the ones that will give the most comfort and
IUSBII D s
Maka your wives happy by buying of us a fine Cloak that you can
buy for 5io, worth all of $15 A fine Table cloth, some handsome
Towels, a nice Fur Rug, a nice pair of Blankets, one of our
AJpair of our splendid ned Kid Shoes, a pair of beautiful Lace
Cm tains, a Lace Bed Set, a Table cove. Anyone of these articles
will make her happy and add to your own enjoyment. And if the
I now oflcr for alo my whole
UBO( LIMBS at cost. Here are some
Dioss Goods worth 2 cents fm 18 conU;
Drons Goodi worth 30 cents for '2o canU;
Ginghams worth 8jc to PJJc for Gc to Oo;
Cottons worth 7Je to 10c for Co to Scout-.
Would make the husband or .son happy, come to our Clothing Room
while you can buy clothing at
UNHEARD : OF : PRICES.
A look into our house will show you that we have too many goods
and that we must unload them. Santa Claus has made our house his
great Emporium for useful articles. We are his agents and we must
send them out. lie directs us to defy all competition whetherjat home
or abroad. The goods must go and the people be made happy. We
have about 200 Beautiful Christmas Souvenirs to distrioutc among
our friends. They wlill be given to shose who buy goods from us. If
you do not come early they will all be gone.
J. S. HUGHES.