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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Staktord Ky., - October 2, 1894
W. P. WALTON.
R COXGRESg JAS. D. 31'CREAIIY
For County Tudge JaS. WALKER GIVENS
" Clerk .. G. n. COOPER
' Attorney-.. ..J. B. PAXTON
Sheriff. ...T. D. NEWLAND
Assessor E. D. KENNEDY
Jailer....- ........G. W. DEHORD
Hill has not yet formally acceptod
the nomination for governor of New
York, but it ia understood that be will
and with a reunited democracy he ought
to bare plain sailing to the gubernatorial
mansion. The Senator took occasion
in bis Bpeech before the convention to
compliment and indorse Mr. Cleveland's
administration and the president has
spokon favorably of tho nominco and
the nomination. The bloody hatchet
seema to be buried and the two great
New Yorkers are passengers on the same
boat again. While it is a higher honor
to be governor of a great State, a seat in
the IT. S. Senate seems to be the ambition
of most governors. Senator Hill
haa been twice the Chief Magistrate of
the Empire State, first by the election of
Mr. Cleveland to the presidency, he being
lieutenant governor at that time, and
second by election. Both ambitions baring
been gratified, the Senator, if elect
ed, will be in better position than ever to
gratify his greater ambition to be the
democratic nominee for president of the
United States. That he will be the most
formidable candidate, if elected, is conceded,
so if be regards his chances for
victory in November as even fair, it is
safe to wager that be will accept the
nomination so enthusiastically and
unanimously thrust upon him.
Statistics from the office of the Commissioner
of Internal revenue are enough
to open the eyes of others than the prohibitionists
to the great and growing evil
of strong drink. Last year the U.
83,777,187 gallons of whisky and
brpndy. A conservative estimato of the
amount consumed !b 37,000,000 gallons,
equal to 6,090,000,000 drinks, counting 03
drinks to the gallon, for which $009,000,-000
were paid, $50,000,000 more than the
entire appropriations of the lost Congress,
This is a 100 drinks a year to every man-woman
and child in the country,and the
prohibitionists, who are not supposed to
drink. The beer consumption is fully as
astonishing. It is stated that 31,002,043
barrels, making 12,785,169,200 glasses,
and costing passed down the
throats of our people, equal to 220 glasses
for every inhabitant, little and big.
Here then are a billion and a quarter of
dollars spent for intoxicants, which men
put in their mouths to steal away their
senses. No wonder the true lover of bis
race is alarmed over the future of tbo
country and is taking every step to curtail
tbo sway of a demon, which destroys
bouI and body and makes paupers of
millions of people.
Gkoiioe Denny nearly always succeeds
in getting bis big feet in his large mouth,
whenever he appears in spectacular for
the benefit of tho gallery gods. His speech
accepting the republican nomination for
Congress in tho 7th district was such a
conglomeration of misstatements and so
great an exhibition of ignorance that the
Courier Journal is led to suggest that instead
of seeking to go to Congress he
should direct his steps to a good common
school. But good advice is lost on
Mr. Denny. In his estimation, what be
doesn't know isn't worth knowing. Vain
as a peacock and filled with self-adulation,
he imagines that to roar like a bull
is tbe highest mark of an orator and that
therefore in comparison with Demosthenes,
tbe ancient orator is not in it.
The democratic party deserves
gratitude of the entire country for
reform it has made in the pension department.
Tbe total disbursements for
tbe last fiscal year was $137,636,081, a
clear saving of $25,000,000. Tbe party of
the people believes in pensioning every
worthy veteran who needs it, but it is
eternally opposed to turning tbe country
over, treasury and all, to tbe camp followers
and coffee coolers. Further reform
is needed and tbe good work will
.be kept up till every trifling fellow too
lazy to work and who is living on the
bounty of the government be did 'not
serve in war and is a parasite on in
peace, is mado to earn his living by the
sweat of bis brow.
On all sides are evidences of returning
prosperity. City merchants say their
trade is larger than for years, goods are
lower, money is more plentiful and Bigns
accumulate that tbe calamity bowler
will soon be out of a job. With the return
of better times, those who have
been short sighted enuugh to charge tbe
financial stringency to tbe democratic
administration, instead of to tho vicious
legislation of tho republicans, will come
to their Benses, and tbe tidal wave which
threatened to sweep us rom tbe earth
will be averted.
Tub men with peculiar patronymics
are forging to the front all tbo time, Col.
Joose is tbe name of a republican nominee
for Congress in Maryland, while Mr.
Pallybutt is a leading populist in tbe
I eaves dropper.
What the Democratic Uongress Did.
It repealed the McKlnley Law.
It greatly reduced Taxation.
It made living cheaper.
It made all money taxable.
It taxed surplus incomes.
It restored freedom of elections.
It reduced public expenditures.
It declared undying hostility to trusts
and monopolies organized for the oppression
of the people.
Considering that tbo democrats camo
into power at a time of panic, when bus
iness was at a stand Btill, when labor
was unemployed and when tho treasury
was empty, this is a most remarkable record
and fully warrants Speaker Crfop in
sayiug, that while they have not uone
all they bad hoped to do, the democrats
had dono moro in the last year to redress
tho wrongs of the people and moro for
their relief than ever was dono by any
partytin ihe same length of time in 'any
country under the sun.
Tite republicans in tho 7th district are
making a bold bid for the support of
Breckinridge's friends. At Denny's suggestion
no ticket for county officers will
be nominated in .tare tie, because a majority
of the democratic nominees aro
Breckinridgo men, and other baita are
being thrown out. It will be all love's
labor lost, however. A large majority of
the colonel's friends are as true to de
mocracy as they are to him, and thero
will be little or any sulking in camp.
Owens will bo elected to Congress' by
nearly tbo full democratic vote of the
Gov. Bcvkner has announced bis can"
didacy for tbe U. S. Senate and declares
his belief that Senators ought to be elected
by direct vote of tho people. Tbe
governor is right on that proposition, but
with all due respect.to him and admiration
for bis services in war and in peace,
we think be makes a mistake in entering
politics again. He can well afford to
rest on bis laurels and leave it for younger
men to represont Kentucky in tbo
The Emperor of China is getting away
with more of his officers than the Japanese
are. He is having tbem .beheaded
by the score for cowardice and traitorous
conduct, such as selling their cannon
and ammunition to the enemy and other
acts in keeping with the characters of
the pig-tailed heathens.
John Sloan was killed by a bull, near
Louis Goulon, a Frenchman, wears
a beard eight feet long.
E. T. Simms and son Charles, of
Brighton, O., were both killed in a runaway.
Gus Albert, of Cincinnati, is at tbe
point of death from tbe effects of a cat
At a bicycle sale in Chicagojrecently
nine ordinaries were sold for 29 cents
The post-office at Ample, Whitley
county, will be discontinued after October
The census office announces that
Kansas farm mortgages aggregate 573.-
The bachelors of Lexington appropriately
named their society "Lodge of
O. O. Hines, a prominent insurance
authority, charges that risks against Jewq
Suit has been filed by a negro of In.
dianapolis to compel the public school to
receive his child.
John AHiaon, of Allenville, O., died
from the effects of a needle be swallowed
several months ago.
There were 235 failures throughout
tbe United States during the past seven
days, against 334 last year.
The Patent office at Washington
cleared $129,560 during tho fiscal year, in
which 24,204 patents were granted.
John S. Johnson now has tbe world's
mile record on a bicycle. With a flying
start he went the distance in 1:50.
Laurel county will vote on a proposition
to issue $8,500 in bonds for tbe
purpose of building a jail, Nov. 7th.
John L. Sullivan says that the reason
Corbett will not meet Fitzsimmona
is that the champion is afraid of defeat.
The daughter of Rev. Sam Jones, tbe
evangelist, who made a sensational marriage
two years ago, has sued for divorce.
While attending the fair at Huntington,
Ind., Mrs. Peter Kiser was robbed
of her pocket-book containing over $1,-000.
Nearly 70,000 tons of cork are needed
for tbo bottled beer and medical wa.
ters consumed annually in tbe British
In attempting to cross a ferry in tho
dark, tbe wife and fiye children of, Louis
Sharf were drowned near Minneapolis.
Representative Springer, of Illinois,
thinks that Vice-President Stevenson
will be tbe next democratic nomineo for
J. P. Cassiday, a promising young
lawyer at Mt. Sterling, has been adjudged
insane from the uso of morphine and
Tho storm on the Atlantic coast was
vory severe at Old Point. The breakwater,
walk and a part of the wharf wero
Dr. O. B. Beck was indicted for murder
at Columbus, Ind., for killing bis
sweetheart. He mistook her for an
George Owens shot and fatally
wounded Finley Philips in Boyle.
Gen. west, candidate on the greenback
ticket with Ben Butler inl6S4, died
at Holly Springs, Miss.
In a wreck on the Chicago and Northwestern
at Woodstock, 111., Sunday five
persons were killed and two injured.
While under the influence of
at Chicago for tho removal of facial
blemishes, Miss Bello White, auddeuly
Hon. P. J. Sorg has been re-nominated
in tbo 3d Ohio Congressional district.
He wap elected last spring to fill out Congressman
Jeduthan Newton nnd Mrs. Edward
Snnflmrn nt VrirtvIiOi. X. V.. witrn ntninW
by an express train while driving across
tho track and instantly killed.
Congressman Wilson, of tarfl fame,
was dined by the London Chamber of
Commerce, when he talked entertainingly
of his favorito subject.
Secretary Carlisle says that re-imported
whisky, which was placed in bond
prior to Aug. 23 and had paid no tax
must now pay $1.10 a gallon.
Tbe wagon material department and
a portion of the broom factory of the
Eddyville prison were burned. Loss,
$30,000; origin of fire unknown.
Dr. Ed Nell, of Columbia, has announced
himself a candidate for Con
gress in the Eleventh. Thin will make
the matter more tangled than ever.
The Lucania has broken tbo record
three times in 60 days. She made her
last voyage from Queonstown to Now
York in 5 days, 7 hours and 43 minutes-
Maj. Thomas Winston, of Covington,
is dead, aged 6S. He served with
distinction in tbe Mexican war, and was
afterward paymaster and on tho retired
Levi Schultz, of Springfield, O., left
borne several weeks ago with tho intention
of going on an excursion to High
Bridge. He nas never been heard of
Tbe Kentucky Midland has been
placed in the hands of a receiver by
Judge Holt. Supt. George B. Harper is
appointed with a Balary of $150 per
Tbe president, on h presentation of
facta by Gov. West, of Utah, haa pardon
ed all tbe convicted Mormans, satisfied
that the church has abandoned
John W. Tuggle, of Barbourville
has been appointed to a clerkship in the
pension office at Louisville. Maj. Ad
ams has nearly cleaned out tbe republicans
in bis office.
' The Board of Trade's statistics of
shipments of merchandise out of Louis
ville during the month of September
bear out the general report of a whole
some improvement in trade.
At Jackson, Dr. Rader's house occupied
by Abner Eversole as a drug store;
the dwelling and barber shop of G. B.
Harrison and tbe grocery of G. U. Patrick
were burned. Loss, $5,000.
Tomatoes are so plentiful iround
Greenwood, Ind., that the cannery there
after filling up 12,000 cans a day has to
pay farmers $300 a day to keep thorn
from delivering at contract prices.
Joseph Denunzio's real name was
"Salvatoio Rocco," which he signs to bis
will and says the first name was ndopted
for convenience and business purposes.
He gives the bulk of his large estate made
in the fruit business at Louisville to bis
wife and daughter.
A MoOcrn llnbylon.
Tho man with tamnrack whiskers was
standing on tho street in front of tbo
Brush street station nbout half an hour
beforo train timo in tho afternoon, and
as a policeman passed bo otoppod him
for a brief conversation.
"Sense me, parduer," ho said, "but
ain't you a resident of this hero town?"
"Yes," smiled tho officer, "I was
born here." ,
"It's a consnrned fino placo, ain'tit?"
"Nothing finer," agreed tho officer,
with tho proper degrao of local pride.
"Don't think I'd liko to live hero,
though, fer a steady diet"
"Too much temptation and dissipation
nnd thorn sort of things."
"Not any moro 60 than any othor
largo city not as much."
"Well, I ain't ablo to jodgo of tho
others, but I know I'vo been
hero a wholo day, and I'vo drinked 10
glasses of sody water, ot Boven
a bag of peanuts and a sauccrful
of ico cream flxin's, and I'vo rid up 25
cents' worth of street car tickota. Ef
that ain't boadin to'rd dissipatin,
I'd liko to know what yon call
in a town of this6iza" Detroit
"Tho great troutylo with you, John,
is," said a lady to her husband, who
was suffering from tho effect of tho
night beforo, "you cannot say 'No.'
Learn to say 'No, ' John, and yon will
havo fewer headaches. Can you lot mo
havo a littlo monoy this morning?"
"No," said John, with apparent caso.
Tourist Can you toll mo if thero is
any danger and difficulty in crossing
Shepherd Oh, no I Just follow those
piles of stones you soo" np there. Thoy
mark tho places where tourists havo
fallen down. Fliegondo Blatter.
Mr. Roby I nm afraid, love, you
will find mo ratiicr exacting nt times,
und I am afraid, too, that I am a littlo
inclined to find fault without cause.
Mrs. Roby Oh, don't worry, dear.
I'll boo that you always havo cause.-
A Voles From the Dead.
In a Glasgow theater, nt tbo oloso of
tho first net, tbo curtain did not drop
tbo wholo length, but remained suspended
half way. Strotched out on tbo
Btngo lay a Bolitary dead man. As nil
eiKlcnvors to lower tbo curtain failed,
tbo corpso nc length sot un nnd said in
sepulchral tones, "No rest in tbo
grave, ' nnd wont nnd dragged tbo curtain
to tho floor. Tit-Bits.
Nursemaid I wonder whatever
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ono Casey, a boss mason who
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Casoy does not feel exactly at homo in
tho big house, but out of regard for bis
old friend often spends an evening thcro
with him. Tho two commonly rctiro to
tho contractor's den, whoro thoy chat
and Bmoko to their hearts' content
On n recent occasion of this sort a
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"Look hero, Mike," said tho contractor
ns thoy reached tho door, "thero's
no need of your goin homo in this flood.
I havo n shpnro room up stairs. Stay
overnight wid mo."
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Tho contractor Bumnioned a servant
and bad Casoy shown to tho "shparo
room. " Then bo returned to his don to
look over tho plans of a now block he
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