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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Stanford, Kr., - Mahcii 9, 1894
W. P. WALTON.
6 OR 8 PAGES.
It can not bo denied that thero is
great diesatisfaction now nmong the
boys in tho trendies over tho fact that
all the rascals hnve not been turned out,
whilo in many instances mugwumps
have been given tho places that
ought to fill. All of us hoped and
believed that Mr. Cleveland had learned
during his first administration that ho
could not ignore those who elected him,
and that ho would not ho ablo to run
affairs successfully with enemies instead
of friends on guard. A year of his term
is gone and his supporters aro beginning
to realiza that ho did not profit by
tbo lesson. When tho democrats voted
for a chango in presidents, they voted
for a change in every oflico down to the
humblest, and sinco thoy havn't got tho
latter, thero is good grounds not only for
howling but for kicking liko a Broncho.
Come down from your lofty pinacle, Mr.
Cleveland, aud give the boys a chance.
Neither party takes to tho mugwump
theory, but endorses tho old Jacksonian
doctrine that to the victors belong tho
spoils. What is the uso of us fellows
tearing our shirts to elect a president
unless the hide goes with tho horns ?
Tub other day Congressman Meredith,
of Virginia, made a speech against tho
increr.se of the pension burdens and in
favor of a rigid scrutiny of the merits of
every claimant. This week ho received
a letter containing theso awful words:
"You d n rebel. Your time has come.
You shall not vilify the union soldiers.
I shall do you up. Be prepared." Tho
letter came Irom Pennsylvania anu is
doubtless from a sneaking coward who
hung in tho rear of the army during tho
war to bob Berenely up in the front rauks
of the pensioners in peace, and live on
tho bounty of tho government ho never
served. It is just such cattle as he that
keeps the pension list from being a roll
of honor. Ho would assassinate a man
who protests against paying out money
to his claes, but that is the only way
he would seek revenge.
Cleveland has returned from his hunt
in Dismal Swamp, bringing Gresham
back with him, instead of getting him
lost beyond hopo of recovery. It was n
shame, besides a reflection on tho democrats
of tho country, who had bourne tho
heat and burden of the day, that he was
given the highest post of honor under a
democratic administration, and tho rank
and file will nover forgive Mr. Cleveland
for the appointment.
Lord Rosbderv, tho new prima minister
of England, has accomplished two of
the three things he said ho would when
he left Oxford marry the richest woman,
becomo prime minister and win
tho Derby. Ho married a Rothschild
and now he only noeds to win tho Derby,
in which his horso is already tho fa
Gov. McKinlky has taken his time in
calling an election to fill the vacancy in
tho Ohio delegation caused by tho dwith
of Congressman Houk. Ho has fixed it
for May 1st. Tho author of tho tariff bill
iniquity evidently prefers that tho district
should go unrepresented than to
have it again elpct n domocrat.
It is almost pist belief, but it is neve
thelees stated as a fact, that there are in
tho Quaker City of Philadelphia 150 women
applicants for licenso to sell liquors
After our Stanford women purify tho
moral atmosphere at home they might
go ou an evangelizing tour with good effect.
The Bee Geo Bee is the latest journalistic
craft to bo launched among tho
breakers. It is issued on Sundays by
John B. Gaines, at Bowling Green, who
Bays his duties as postmaster koop him
from running a daily and ho must have
Bomo newspaper work to do.
A Kanbas school inarm is Baid to have
been discharged because she changed
her name from Mary, the sweetest of all,
to Mae. Sho ought to have been if she
wasn't. There can be no improvement
on Mary, and any corruption of it produces
that tired feeling.
The consular bill as presented by
Gov. McCreary calls for an appropriation
of S1,513,73S.7(5, about $47,000 more
than Inst year. Tho feasibility of a
railroad to connect tho U. S. and South
America is commented upon.
The Legislature can not be charged
with tho sin of commission, as it has done
but little, and the peoplo will forgiro it
the sin of omission. It was a case in
which the lonst done the bettor.
Senator Blackul'rn must havo got
religion. Ho attended the Moody meetings
at Washington and offered to give a
month's Balary to nid id tho continuance
of the services.
The Legislature is in articulo mortis,
and the only man having power to raise
it Bays he will not do it. Good, Gov.
Brown. Stick to it.
The Louisville Commercial says: "Tho
last yoar of IIarrison'a Administration
decreased tho public debt $0,000,000.
The first year of Mr. Clovoland'B administration
has increased tho public debt
$32,000,000." Yes, but you aro not honest
enough to say that the increase was
entirely duo to republicans extravagance,
making a bond issue necessary.
Tell tho truth and shame tho devil, Bro,
It 1b said that tho Senate
has decided on a duty of 1 per
ct. on raw sugar. Tho bill, which hue but
little resemblanco to tho way it looked
when it left the House, will bo reported
to tho full comuiitteo to-day. Then it
take a week or two to get it beforo tho
Senate itself where it will bo talked to
Grow's ollicial plurality for
from Pennsylvania is
It is pretty steep, but it lacks over
2,000 of being as much as that by which
Mr. Cleveland was elected governor of
New York and it is 00,000 less than tho
democratic majority in Texes.
A Cincinnati woman has gone raving
crazy over reading tho nasty developments
in tho case.
It has made a good many peoplo sick at
thoBtomach, but this is tho first case of
insanity that it has produced.
Gov. Brown has, through Secretary of
State Ueadley, announced that ho is in
tho race for U. S. Senator to tho finish.
And judging from present indications ho
will finish at the quarter pole.
Tub IIouso iuh passed the pension
bill. It appropriates $151,000,000, about
$15,000,000 lees than lost, but still too
much by $100,000,000.
Tho Poatollice bill appropriates
for the next fiscal year. The estimated
revenue is $S9, 497,18 1.
Charles Harrison, a colored man, refused
to give tho train right of way on
its track and he waq run over and killed
M. K. Campbell got drunk and made
hia bed on the C. & O. railroad track near
Lexington. Train cainu along and cut
off both his legs.
During tlie past year i,isi persons
were arrested for violating tho postal
laws and of theso 227 wore employes, OS
Tho 4th annual meeting and re-union
of the United Confederate veterans
will be held in the city of Birmingham,
Ala., April 25 and 2G.
It is estimated that 3,000 couples aro
married throughout tho world daily. The
number of cases in which marriage is
proved to be a failnre is not given.
The First National Bank, of Louisville,
has increased its circulation to
$300,000. It was originally $50,000. It
purchased 4 per cent. Government
A judgment for $37,000 against Tom
jonnson, tno Uuio congressman, was
rendered at Indianapolis in a suit in
which tho Catherwood estate was tho
Anderson Carter and Bud Montgomery
were taken from tho jail at
Mountain Home, Ark., and hung by a
mob, notwithstanding the jail was heav
Tho largo redwood tree exhibited at
tho World's Fair has been given to the
Department of Agriculture by the Stato
of California. Tho section is 23 feet
through the center.
DistilW J. W. Walsh, of Paris, on
Monday shipped from that city 1,200
barrels of whisky for export. Twenty
cars were necessary to transport this eg
gregation of "straight liquors."
Four men were killed in a mino
shaft in Pennsylvania by the falling of n
ledgo of rock, this causing a gas explosion.
Three miners were nlso buried in
Minnesota by an earth cavein.
Within two weekH every coke oven
in the Connellsville, Pa., region will bo
fired up, giving employment to 0,000
men now idle. This will be more thon
havo been in operation for a number of
Stephen Greer was called out of his
home, one milo north of Jefieraonville,
the other night and shot down and killed
by unknown assassins. An attempt
was made to track thorn with bloodhounds,
but the dogs could not retain th
Gov. Foster, of Louisiana, appointed
Congressman Newton O. Blanchard, now
Berving his seventh consecutive term,
to fill tho vacancy caused by tho promotion
of Senator White to tho Supremo
bench. Tho appointment is said to bo n
Tho incident at a negro funeral in
tnh city, where the brother of tho do-
ceased shot at one of tho pall-bearers for
baing guilty of the solecism of wearing
h red neck tie, may oe taken either nsan
evidence of tho advance in "culchah"
of cur negro population or as a warning
to those who fail to observe tho niceties
of tho etiquette of dress. Courier-Journal.
Three alleged "evangoliala" hnvo
created a deplorablo Btato of affairs
among tho ignorant in Putman county,
Ind. Tho fakirs claim to heal by tho
"laying on of hands." Victims aro thrown
into trances and remain bo for hours at a
time. One man has ontirely lost his
mind and has been committed to an insane
asylum. The sensible pooplo of
Putman county are thoroughly aronMd,
and ara preparing to take action.
Joseph M. Archer, n wealthy stock
doaler, was murdered and robbed of $3,-000
ou tho highway near Lima, O.
John O. King, who has been bury
ing peoplo in Louisvillo for 38 years has
at last had that service performed for
Tho publishing of dimo novels pays.
Norman L. Munro leaves ovor a million
accumulated In nutting such
on tho market.
Tho latest news from Hawaii Is that
tho Provisional Government is engaged
in preparing a Constitution for a permanent
Tho King of Dahomov ordered his
mother beheaded tho other day and
whilo it was being done ho looked on
quietly smoking a pipe.
The Louisvillo Jockey Club has renewed
its lease of Churchill Downs for
three years with an option on it for $150,-
000 at the ond of that time.
And now cornea tho report that Col.
Breckinridge, through Senator Black-burn,
offered Miss Pollard $3,500 aud her
costs to compromise her suit.
Mooro Baker sold to a New York
museum for $300 the bloody bed and
cradle in which his wife and child were
murdered at Franklin Park, N. J.
Thero is a probability that tho Wil'
lard Hotel, Louisville, will cloo.
bills and an increase of rent will
cause the directory to consider tho matter
.Mrs. Pulliam, wife of the Brecken-ridge
county judge, who ia Berving a 15
year term for killing tho man who ho
claimed seduced her, because ho would
not pay hush money, has become a
Tho meanest woman in Ohio lives
near Chillicohe. Her husband lay dying
for weeks with n burning fover, unable
to move and bIio used him as an incubator.
She placed 50 epgs wrapped in
cotton alongside him and every one
Tho man in the tower at Columbus,
O., turned tho lover too quickly mid
throw tho rear eleener of a Pan Handle
train oh" the track and against tho tower.
Tho four men in it and two others were
seriously hurt, but tho passengers escaped
At St. Joseph, Mo., Jocob Duns-more,
a well known restaurant keeper,
went to his home, and finding tho doors
lockod became suspicions and Btarted to
break in, when Georgo Hair, a noted
gambler, who waB with Dunsmore's wife,
suddenly opened tho door, and thrilling
out a pistol fired two shots, both
piercing Dunsmore's heart, and ho fell
Tho meeting at tho Millersburg
Christian church closed with 3S additions.
Rev. J. N. Lyle, of Louisville, will
preach at tho Presbyterian church at 11
a. M. and 7 r. i., Sunday.
Mr. L. M. Lnsley is assisting Rev.
Ben Helm in a meeting at Crab Orchard
and many converts aro reported.
Bishop T. U. Dudley, of Louisville,
will preach at tho Female College Chapel,
at 7:30 r. m. Thursday, March 15th.
The peoplo of Christian county aro
not all Christians, or the eflorts of Sana
Jones would not be in demand so often.
Tho W. C. T. U. of Chicago has
n crusade on druggists who indulge
in the illegal salo of narcotics and stimu
Tho Rev. B. II. Darling, of Brook
lyn, during the communion servico latt
Sunday, cautioned his congregation
against taking good sized drinks of tho
wine. "Asip; just a tiny sip," ho said,
Over n thousand converts aro reported
as tho result of Sam Jones' ten days
meeting at Hopkinsville, which closed
Tuesday night. All tho churches thero
are following up themeeting to gather In
the harvest of souls.
Marcus D. Lover, a converted Jew
of Louisville, will deliver a free lecture at
tho Baptist church at 7.30 to-night. His
subject will be, "The Jowp; their Laws,
Manners, Customs, an 1 Religion," and
everybody is invited to attend.
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
Tho 100 cattle on tho Paris market
Monday brought L' to 3lc
John Cash bought, of East 12nd par
ties, a bunch of fat cattle nt He.
Josh Jones shipped a car load of
horses and jacks to fit. Joe, Mo,, Toes-day.
A nice lot of boar
ehoats for Bale. M.S. Baughman, Stanford,
Squire J. S. Murphy says thero will
bo no peachee but tho cherries and apples
aro still safe.
F. P. Bishop Bold to John Gary A
Son, of Somerset, n car-load ol iso. l
timothy hay at $11 per ton.
R. L. Ilubblo has farmed tho $1800
.Jnn R flckburn. ana will maKo a
jennet eeaBon with him nt bis place.
Gamoor, by GarabettaWilkes, 2.19J,
dam by Pancoast, 2:213. Books now open
for Bervice. Cook, Carr & Co., Stat!
Cattlo are in light domand in Cincinnati,
with best shippers at 4; hogs
aro weak with best packers nt 5.10; sheep
aro quiet at 2 to 3.G5 and lambs at 3 to
At the ealo of Dedman & Riker's
dairy stock near llarrodsbnrg 27 high
grado Jereoy cows, nono of thorn first-class,
sold at $17 to $47.60. The farm of
67 acres was withdrawn at $50.
,;i- !., f
I havo n sample of tho Jones Lock
Wire fence in tho court-house yard, and
would bo glad to show to tho farmers
and others, tho beet wlro fence over
built. It. I). Bruce, or Mack Bruce.
Maud S. will bo 20 years old tho 2Sth
of this month. Sho was bred, but is not
in foal, and has never produced a colt.
Sho will bo stinted Agdn this spring
but tho chances aro that bIio will not
breed as tho per cent, of fecund marea
of her age in very Hinnll.
Cicero Itaynnlds, of tho West End,
has a owe that has had seven lambs within
a year. They came twina twice nnd
triplettsonce. He sold tho lambs at $3
each, making ?Jl in all. Mr. Reynolds
also ban n lanb nearly a month old that
look very much liko a kangaroo. Its
fore legs aro long uud stout whilo tho
hind legs are vey short and (mil. It
walks on its foro leei oxcltiaively.
QOKKN AND OllKSCKNT ROUTE.
ses of the World's Fair." A selection of
192 Gems of tho White City Been through
tho Camera. This handsome volume
containing 192 photographic half-ton
views of the entire Exposition, ehowing
all main buidingx, all state and territorial
building?, oil foreign buildlngfi,
groundx, statuary, lagoons, and about 40
views of tho groat Midway Plaisanco,
will be Bent to anv address on receipt of
25 cents and llv cents for postage. This
book has boon issued by tho greatest of
Southern r.llroads tho Queen it Crescent
Routu and its excellence Is without
a il.iw. A most delightful collection
of exquisito views, in a nmnll and convenient-sized
book. Many pnoh collections
are large and cumbersome. Sit nil
your address and 80 cents to W. O. Rin-parson,
General Passoi ger Agent, Cincinnati,
Pension Agent Walton has complet
ed his report for the month of February.
Tho nanuM added to tho rolls aggregate
JX), ami thoi dropped principally on account
of donth was 113, making n net
Iom of '53. The total number of pen
sioners in Kenturky is 20,023.
A im. rhrmmalir pain in me led shoulder bad
trhled Mr J It I.oper, !l lnn druggMt
of l)e Moln, Iowa, mr ottr hi month At
limes thr pun w o v-re that be could not
lift nuythlrjj With all hr could do he cftuld not
L'ct rid of it until he applied Chasnhef Uln'a Pain
Halm "I only made three plications of it," h
says, "And have tince been Ore frnm all pain '
He row recommends it to person similarly
It i for -! hy Or S fi IIocV.r, drugci't.
The stockholders of the Danr 'leand Crab Or-chant
PiVe are requested tomwl at the Kirst National
Hank, in Stanford, en SATURDAY, AI'K
7. 1894, lor the purpose ol circling diredor tut
the cntulns year. ACK liOSI.KY,
Two iloon above Always en hand
The Nobiest and Nicest Goods?
Can tic had in the market. Prices lower than the
lowest Mourning Rods a specialty. Call and
MAHV DAVIS DUDDERAR.
Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanierd, Ky
$100 REWAUD I
Mr stort was Imrnrd Friday night, Feb at, '04,
and I think robbed ol part of Its contents, nnd for
the arrest and .onviuion of juiltr partin I will
parjioo. J A HAMMONDS
Sihedute Nov i;, ityj
LKAVK NOIllu.V DAILY
12:00 p. 111 for Graham. MuefieM, Pocahontai
Lylnhburc, Kichmotd and Norfolk.
Sleeping Cart (root Koinoke to .N'orlolk alto
from I.yncnbnrs to Rkh nond.
Train tor i'ocahoutai, I'owhatan and Ooodn
wilUtxire lliueficld daily at 6 30 a in, u 35 p in.
Leave Illuefield 630 a m and 909 m daily for
Kenur and Columhui, O , Chicago and all point!
Wctt l'ullman lecper on 9 00 p m train ler Co
Trillin arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at
11 10 a m. ...
Kir furtheriniormation ai to achndulei.ratet
Ac. apply to azentt of Norfolk .V uctrn
W. II. IIKVILL,
Gen. Tats, Act Koanoke, Va.
M. r. I1RAC.G, Trav. 1'ajj. Aent
For Two Cents
(a stamp) any reader
of The I nt kk 1 011
Jouknal can have a
sample copy of The
by dropping a line to
its publishers at Columbia
Louisville, Ky., and
can obtain a club rate
on the Magazine and
this paper by addressing
of Tin-: Intkkiok
DR. W. B. PENNY
Office South Side Main St., In office recently
acated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky.
TOCK : MABZET
Ilcgmning on the 1st Monday In March,
1894. and on each first Monday thereafter, a Stock
Market will be held at OUenheim for the aale
of Hortes, Cattle, Sheep aid Ilogi. Pertoni having
stock to toll or thoie wishing- to buy aro invited
to attend. There will be no charge to anybody.
Suit, - - 56.75
Shoes, - - 1. 00
Hat, - - 75
Shirt, - - 50
Collar, - - 10
Silk Tic, - - 1 5
The Suits arc
double and single
ch eviots. Fine
one worth less
than J? 10. They
go for $6.75 either
alone or in
the So. 25 outfit.
The Shoes are
good solid leather,
broad or nar
At the Louisville Store, that will make this week a memorable one.
Clearing out dollars in merchandise for dimes in cash. This sale comprises
an entire stock offered at a greater reduction than has ever been
NOW IS YOUR TIME
To buy goods. Such low prices cannot prevail long else every mill in
the country would be compelled to close. Buy now because you
know they are low. Every department is complete. Acrican Indigo
blues 5c, American Indigo blue and gold 5, yard wide unbleached
cotton 4c, bleached cotton 4 c, 5c, 5 c, 6c, 7c, 8$c. Children's,
misses and ladies' hose at 5c. 7c, 8c, 10c, 15c, nnd 25c.
Ladies' Sleeve Ribbed Vests 20c worth 35c. t papers pins for 5c.
Get you a pair of blankets while they go at half price, 75c for a pair
that are worth $1.50. In fact any thing in the line of winter goods
will go at half its value. Outfit to go for this week. We propose to
wind up winter with
A GRAND HURRAH!
So make the last week of February, 1S94, a memorable one in the
the trade annals of Stanfoad. For this wc have rigged up an outfit
containing every outside article that a man wears. We have priced
this outfit as a whole and in separate items for the sole purpose of attracting
attention, raising a big row, starting a stampede, that will
clean out the stock in one week. The suit alone is worth the price of
the entire outfit.
row toe, plain or
cap, lace or gaiter,
they go for
j$i either alone
or in S9.25 outfit.
The Hats are
fine felt alpincs,
They go for 75c!
Hither alone or
in the $9.25 outfit.
The shirts arc
bosoms, plain or
price ? 1; they go
for 50c either a-lone
or in the
I $9.25 outfit.
The collars arc regular 3-ply linen. They go for 10c cither " alone or
in $9.25 outfit. The ties are new styles, all silk tccks. All shades
and they go for 15c cither alone or in the 9.25 outfit.
LOUISVILLE : STORE,
A. URHANSK.Y & CO., Proprietor
T. D. RANEY, Manager.
B. K. WEAREN,
(Successor to Geo. D. Wearcn,)
Dealer iu Carriages, Wagons, Buggies,
Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year
and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it.
Get His Prices
Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than
V. L. WITHERS, Salesman.
us Oliver Cilei
Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver
J. K. VANARSDALE,
Chilled Plow Repairs
DINNER SETS, &c.
Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call and
examine and get prices.
FARRIS & HARDIN,
Wo Mo pekkSnsI
Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Buchcr & Gibbs' Imperial
Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and
I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for
Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. Sr3cware 0f thc bogus repairs that are
offered by different parties.
"W. E. PEEKINS, Crab Orchard.