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- I J( I t - p, I , '.)'.' Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. 1 1 jf 1 VOL. XVII. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1889. NO. 46 W R. C. WARREN. The nhovo U a tolerably fair llkenesH of the gentleman who will represent Lincoln county 5:: tlio next Uenernl of Kentucky, Crutch Held Wnrren. Ho was born now n part of Hoyle, April A, 1HI1, nnd Krailitntod nt Centre College in IStCJ. Head law under Hon. .JoahtiH F. Hell, one of the most ilistinpuiaheil lawyers of bin day, and ufterwunln nttended the LouUville Law School, from which he graduated in 18W. He then located at Stanford and practiced his profession in partnership with Jude H. J. Breckinridge for a while mid afterwards with Judge M. C. Snutley. In H70 he was elected County Attorney, which ollice he tilled most acceptably four yearn, and. iu 1830, was chosen Commonwealth's Attorney by the people of this district, serving lx years with great fidelity and making a reputation rw an earnest and tireless advocate of the iK'Ople's cause. Ilin party endorsed him for re-election In 18il, but he was defeated by thesuiall majority of 81, when thrf republican candidate for circuit judge got over WW majority. Since then he ha devoted himself assiduously to his profession and he ...... ...!.. m.k . tli.s, mnut I t fk uu lw' VV . " 7 ! , practices at.this bar He was .named to MIm Charlotte Letcher Duncan in is, J and they nave six children. I His nomination for the legislature wm not of his ow it seeking, but he is a tried anil true democrat, who does not refine any demands made upon him by hw party, and when once he was induced to , f accept the Humiliation, he threw '" whole soul into the canvas and is carry lug the banner of the democracy Jt' , the credit that always characterizes his Vlbrt. He is a good man. a capable man and n reliable man and we have , . ..... grcui eoiimioiue u.av wie .eu,..e coin countv will enibraee the chance to , wiiii uiu ikw anu .iiimnie.. ....-.. her to the legislature that she has had for years. He is the will of honor ad ! what he tells the people he will do they can rest assured it will be done, if iu his jiower. But our people know Dick i Warren too well b need any eulogy of him from us, ami we believe as surely as election day shall arrive, that they will , testify their coutldence in his honesty, capability and integrity by electing him 1 by such h majority as shall do honor to him mid the gsd old f'ltuty be will t represent. j I.NTKiiKsTi.Mt Facts. The inventor of the pigs in clover puxzlc realized ;100, 000 from it befote the public dropped It. Kvery genuine champagne cork tired ' in a Inittle of champaign costs four cents. The quality of tho cork Is indicated by its close grain and marvelous expansion after being withdrawn from the bottle. Kilrain lost I-l pounds in his fight j wiMi Sullivan. When he Mopped into the ring he weighed IH7 pounds, but when he left it his weight had been reduced to 1ML Sullivan went down from A timely cry of lire by a partot owned In Marietta. Ga., brought its master into the room and prevented a bad fire. The parrot had accidentally Ignited a box of matches and seemed to i ealiu the danger of n conflagration Kvonlng World. Phksknt ai.k ok Tiir. Faiitii. The present ago of the earth has been placed by Sir William Thomson at 100,000,000 years, while tho speculation of others have given much larger tlgiuca. Thcio are, however, good grounds for 1(1,000.000 years as a moderate Scientists- concur in thinking this is but a small part of the earth's existence, and everything lectin to tho belief that Its total evolution through the immensity of spice will exceed u million of centuries. New York Commercial Advertiser. - "A is a cow calf, twin-born with a bull calf, and generally barren," says Webster, hut .Mr. C. B. of Clintouville, is owner of u two-year-old grade free-martin heifer that produced n calf some weeks since. Mr. (JuUenbcrry mys that t'is Is tho third case of tho kind on record, so far as ho has read or heard. Lexington Gazette. The Pride of oman. A clear pearly and transparent ikln i always a Ign of pure blood, an J all ptrjon trout lc J with d.irl, Rreaky, yellow cr blot Jicd skin can ret ttiat ihvir blood iuut of order. A few doses of Ileus' lllood 1'tirilifr i Ulood fMaktr will llio cause and the Vln will become clear ami iratiinarenl try It. and If lutiifacttun h not n It will cost you nothing l is fully warnnlud A H. l'enny, uruisslst CHURCH AFFAIRS. The coiner stone of u now Methodist chinch at Harrodsburg was laid Tuesday witli apiiropiiate ceremonies. j KlderT. V. heats will preach at I How laud Sunday next at 11 o'cleck. All j who wish to hear the Scriptures fairly ! explained, come out and hear the pled pi earlier. Hev. J. J. Porter, Baptist, and Hev. X. J. Howe, Chiistian, will debate at Owenton, Am:. I'D, on "The Dfsign ol Baptism. This is nearly uspoorbiisiness as some of the preachers of this county lire engaged in. The Lexington Press says that Hev. George O. Barnes has been induced to hold a series of meetings theie, in which he is being assisted by his daughter. He ought to do .something for Lexington; it has done so much for him. The South Kentucky Association will meet at Somerset August III; the South District at Salt Hiver, Boyle county, Aug. 'M, Tate's C'leek at Libertv, (iarrard, Aug. 27, and the South Hiver at Second I.ibeity, Iluv sell, Sept. o. The pastors of the various churches in Stanford have agreed to hold union services hereafter on Sunday nights, to begin next Sunday at the Presbyterian church, at which time Hev. Ueorge Hunt will preach. Theic will be no other services iu town. The female portion of the "Pentecost Band," a strolling party of evangelists that has been doing Indiana for some time, are iu jail for holding boisterous and disorderly meetings. They refused to have their lines paid, preferring to suffer the mnrtvrdom in jail. Sam Jones is said to get SloO a day for aiting as clown for the High Bridge circus. Those who pay for that kind of thing seem to get their full money's worth out of Sam, who claims that the Urd nude him out of a pattern which u. aflrwnrili) , (or whvh , , To my Friends in Lincoln County. Sw( (J miu, of tlll, j NT . BIul J()lKNAI t!ml Kul. w,0 j,, u cmlMntc superintendent, OH,v ,ffllM lo ,)0 Ilccor,eJ tll0 riiihi to ,jn out the unexpired term for which her filth,.r waiflwtwl.an.l to earn for the famiv the lest of the salarv to which he wolll,i !l!lVt. ,eeii entitled.' I, as a true Kl.ntHl.k,lllIf ,uost cheerfully accord to ,1(jr mi(, t,u, fanjy o nv luQ valw ,...,.. , ,,.,., .,.,, , , , ptited right to such consideration. I fur- tht.rmijre t(.t.i thnt ,v friell,, u om tl0 countv will not censuie, but fullv aree that I have pursued the proper c0,uc ,n t,0 umUor h , lnt, lU fof ,,.., lvw, fll... ..,., , ,... . ., ,1V ,.,,., application to my duties as teaclier of the public schools, and in the work of lomity itis'itutes and p:ringinyself for the position of county sup"iiutendent. Ami I feel very proud of the coidial suppoit promised me by friettds'in the diU'erent sections of the county. Hndalso for those kind expressions from some of the conductors of our institutes with whom I havo been dated. But I bow to the decree of fate and what my friends with whom I have' consulted, and myself, consider ju)icc. How over, should the friends of popular eiiuctuioii uetiro mm. i snouui serve them for the full term, I should most gratefully accept your confidence in according mo the position, which Is,, us I conceive, i very grave and responsible one. That, however, will bt with those iu whom such poweis are vested. Very I'espc ifully. W. F. Mi Cl.vuv. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tho engagement of Mr. Kminons Blaine nnd Miss Anita McCormick, the second daughter of tho late C. If. .McCormick, of reaper fame, is announced. I Miss McCormick is a beautiful and n great favorite in Chicago society. She w ill have a fortune of 52,000,000 or more in her own right. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mrs. Nancy, wife of Martin Crovv, died at Danville, aged 111. Mis. Sallee, wife of Mr. Jell' M. Sal-lee, for several years a citizen of this place, died at her homo near MillSpring, in Wayne county, Tuesday, of heart di sense. She leaves, besides her husband, several children, all of whom me young and who will sadly miss a mothers's love. A woman was killed mid several others were seriously injured by jumping from an electric car, in Cincinnati, that had broken a brake. A Confederate court martini just held at Atlanta has exonerated one Mr. Mahcr fiom the charge of deserting the Confederate in my. The trial was under the nuthorityjif tho Confederate Veterans' Association. During the four years of Hunter Wood's term its collector of internal revenue for thfs district, the sum of 5,'yf IS,- :'C0.8!) was turned, into the treasury, tho average per year being $l,n$2,0)2,H7L Henderson News. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Brodhead will erect a roller mill. The lightning rod man is now upon us. l'lux is prevalent in portions of the county. A S. S. Convention is in session nt Brodhead. J. Vanderpool, living near Williamsburg, has 'Jt living children. Mis. Cathritie Hudrall, aged v.), died Sunday, near Brodhead, of cancer. H. K. Thompson bought a hunch of at cattle from T. (J. Taylor at 2 J cts. A splendid brick hotel and l!l acres iu lots for sale. Maiet Cress, Mt. Ver non, Ky. at. Arch Mctiuire was married to Miss j Martha Bowman, near Climax, this, county, Tuesday. D. N. Williams has nut iu a hvdiuu lie rain at "Spout Spring" nnd Is piping the water to his dwelling. The coal mines nt Livingston have almost run out and are beginning to fall in. The wotks will shortly be abandoned. George Doan seriously cut Ike Mizu at Whitaker's Store, on Skaggs Creek, last Sunday, on account of some remarks made of female relatives. No arrest. Mat Winstead, who established and run the notorious "Jo Fields" bar-room iu the east end of Mt. Vernon, sontu years sfnee, died at Grays, Knox county, Sunday. A sullicient amount to begin work on the prosjwsed college has been subscribed and tiie stockholders meet tonight, Thursday, to organize. Work on the building will be begun as soon as possible. Miss Julia Coyle is visiting her brother, L. M. Frazer, iu Louisville. Seven or eight from here attended the republican convention at Richmond Wednesday. Little Ida May Aduius is very low with llux. A. M. Decker, late of tho C. V. News, was here Wednesday. Tom Smith, wife and Miss Marion Smith are visiting at Livingston. V. P. Freeman, who lived here a number of years, has moved hack to Atlanta. Ga. H111111.E. Hepiihlicans all seem to be satisfied with their nominee and will all support In til. with few exceptions. The vote for Warren "and Montgomery is 11s it was ten days ago. Berkele passes here and tells us lie is going to tackle Breckinridge for the Senate. G. A. Traylor is in Louisville this week. Jas. ICngletuan is hauling lumber for his house, sain Fugleman says, "I will be ? 10.000 Warren beats Montgomery and the money is in tho Stanford hanks." sain Spoonaniore hud a very tine mare to run against the fence and snagged so badly that she will die. Theie will be speaking here iu the shade by the county candidates Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock and a good time is expected. Joel Walker sold Piewitt some late lambs this week for "i cU. H. S. Hubble and Jesse Fox bought ;tl mules from of Missouri. Miss Virgio White's school began here Monday. Colored folks will havo a picnic here Saturday ind at night. Supper at the school-house was a success of ?.'o.;'.3 S. K. Ownlev sold some ."(. pound heifers for 'JJ. Miss Bell, of Hopkinsville, is visiting Mi.-s Hattie Hobiuson. J. B. H. is going to visit Niagara Falls soon after the election to pass oil the chagrin of the defeat of his party, who call themselves prohibi tionists. Two young men, Willie and John, went to see their special ones Sunday night and left a lantern hanging nt the gate to guide them away; but it was day on the boys too soon, so they left their lanteiu hanging till they como again. Side Wiiiskkus and A clone observer is reported by the St. Louis Globe-Democrat as saying: "Did you ever see n man with side whiskers that wasn't cold-blooded and selfish? If that is a now' idea to you, just run over a list of your acquaintances who havo side whiskers, nnd tell me if any of them are warm-hearted or noble I'll bet you a dollar to a nickel that you won'tfindone. Not long ago I made known this theory of mine about men with side whiskers in conversation nt the store. It was hotly opposed at first by some of the boys, but when they began to count up their acquaintances witli side whiskers they became my converts. Only u few days ago one of the boys went to write a business letter discussing another man and ended it with: 'In short, lie is one of those cold-blooded, side-whiskered fellows.'" Hon. R. C. Warren Democratic candidate for Iteproenme, will spv ik at the following timet and places: Hubble, Kritl.iy. July ijilij McKinney, baturda), July wth; ferry's Spring, July 34th. WaynesJiurjf l'iomc, July 15th. Millcdgewlle, Saturday, July ;tti; l'rearhersx ille, on Saturday, August jd. At t o' clock 1'. M. at each plat.. Time will bv divided with other candidates for the office Kggs and chickens are too vnluahlo to bo allowed to go to waste when Gnnter's ' chiuketi cholera euro is soldniul warrant 1 ed by Mcltobeits it Stngg. GRAND Iwiet ensure. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. $10 Ten Dollars Round Trip. $10 Special through trains without change of Palace Sleepers, Elegant Chair Cars and Day Coaches, leaving Lexington 1 p. m., arriving at Falls early Wednesday morning. j0TSpecial Reduced Hotel Rates. Tickets good for five days. Excursion under auspices of the Ladies of Broadway Christian Church of Lexington, personally conducted by Mrs. J. S. Shouse, with a Co.' s Agt. in charge. Route of trip through Cincinnati, over the ever popular Bee Line. Application for Sleeping and Chair Car space should be made at once to S. F. B. Morse, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. For particulars call on or address If. M. 0' Bryan, Agt., or E. H. Bacon, T. P. A., Lexington. The Young Man's Fatal Blemish. He had taken n vacant seat in the car by tho side of a lovely young girl with whom he had some acquaintance already, and whom he was ardently desirous of impressing favorably. Under the spell of his brilliant conversational pow ers and the glance of his dark hazel eye the tell-tale blush had risen to her cheek and bore mute yet eloquent testimony to the progress the presumptuous youth was milking in her good graces. Carelessly handing the train boy a quarter of a dollar and requesting the worth of it iu caramels, he was about to resume the conversation that had been interrupted for the moment, when he saw the flush die out of the young lady's face and a cold, indill'erent, wearied look took its place, nnd he knew a blight had fallen on his budding hopes. On what trifies hang the destinies of two human live' As the boxes of caramels were thrown by the train boy on tho young man's lap they fell to the floor and his fair companion hud seen them fall and noted the reason. "I can never marry a man," she had said to herself, "us bow legged us he is." Chicago Tribune. Nerve at the Poker Table. A number of gentlemen were gathered at Chamberlain's telling poker stories the other day when one of them said: "One of the nerviest games of poker 1 ever saw iu this city was played not long ngo in a room nt he Ailington hotel, wliPie several gentlemen well-known iu National nolities were in the party. All the hands had been dealt and uboutlOOO were in the pot before the draw. Only two staid ill. Tliov were Gen. Mahone nnd Col. Henry Watterson. Gen. Ma-bono held two pair and drew one caid. Wutterson stood pat. Mahone bet an even clOO. Watterson saw him the $100 nnd raised $.'i00. Mahone saw that amount and raised it another $100. Watterson s:w that and raised it $1,000. Mahone laid down am! asked Watterson to let him see tho cards, but Henry said: 'No, if you want to see what 1 have you niust pay for it.' and he raked in the pot. Afterwards ho told his friends just what ho hud. It was a cool blufi', and he hadn't u card in his hand higher than a queen, but it took several thousand dollars of the Virginia gentleman's money through using his nerve at the proper time." Washington Capital. The Win en no Post. "There is not in the State of Delavvmo to-day a singlo penitentiary. If a man beats his wife or sets llio to a neighbor's barn, or breaks into a house, he isn't shut up with u lot of other criminals, with full time and opportunity to learn all their tricks of deviltry that ho did' not know-before. As a preventive of crime the whipping-post lias n much greater terror than a term in tho penitentiary, und I have never known ol a man that cnuio back for a second dose. Ho simply leaves tho State. .Maybe he comes to NowYork; I don't know. At tiny rato he seeks another homo and you may rest assured that if he lives iu Delaware lie lives n very quiet life. To be sine it is n relic of barbarism, but it is our way. Governor Higgs iu tho New York Star. 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