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Semi Weekly Interior Journal
vol. xxii. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1894. NO. -II WILUAMSBURWHJTLEY COUNTY. Court of dnlma U in pension thin week. Mr. Alvin Mailing died Ht his iiomti near Sprucoburg Sunday of typhoid Mr. II. II. Lock wood Iibb been here for several days trying to establish n buggr factory. MIhs Nellie Aditins entertained u crowd of thu younger people at liur lioino Tuesday night. Itev. L. L. Pickett will coiniiitwicn a series of meetings nt tho M. 1C. (iliurch Friday morning. Friday evening Uov. Newton Taylor delivered h very interesting leeturu at court-house on "Love, Courtship and Marringo." MissJacquith, who lins butm teaching in thu aeadomy since fe'epteuibtr, loft last week for her homo in Ohio on account of ill health. Mips Gertrude Lester unUirtuliiud a party of her young friends at her homo list evening. It nniu very delightful evening for nil present. Dr. ThomiiB I'ierce diod Ht hit home near town Saturday inoniinir. Ilu whs paralyzed nbout u week before bin leath and continually grew worse until he died. Lust Sunday evening union services were held at the Christian church under the auspices of the V. 0. T. V. Mr. J. 0. ilutlham was expected to deliver n lecture, but was uiuhlti to nttend, ao the nor vices were conducted by pastors of thu various churches. Mr. 11. F. Gray, of Gray'a Station, gave us a call Friday. Klder J. K. Terry in vliiiting at his former homo in Montgomery county. Miai Theo Mill viaited MiM Nettie Smith, of London, last week. Mr. J. M. Sullivan has been on tlm aiek list foraovornl dy. Mr. .1. (1 Claxton had hia thumb ao badly mashed that it had to be amputated. BRODHEAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mini Helen Sayeru is visiting Mrs. J. II Albright. Mr. V. II Colyar ia preparing to build a now uinnnioti. Mr. John Frith will have his hotel ready for renting in a few days. Mrs. Mattio Carter ban Hold her farm two miles out of town, to nn Indiana Mra. A. J. Pike and Mm. Mnttie Carter went to Ml. Vernon and Maretsburg a few dava ago. Mrs. J. 11. Fanner, the wife of our accomodating It. It. agent, went down to Shelby City yeateiday. Mr. A. K. Albright will Boon have a nice cottage building finished and Igueea everybody knows what that means. The ladies of the Chriatian church will give an entertainment at .their church house next Saturday night, the proceeds to go for thu purchasing of an organ for their church, and we hope everyone x ho can will Nttend, and encour j age the good work. It is said they have a first-dims recital. The republican primary which will come oir next Saturday promises to hu one of the hoUeat contents that they have had for some years. There are about -10 candidates and each claims he is in the lead. Now ia the time for deinoornts to stand utr and Bay nothing and let them nettle their own business. Thu greatest excitement seems to be in the judge's and stierill's race. W'u'null be glad when the election is over for we have suun some sad efleotn of their whisky for the Inst few days. Mrs. Lido Uurk died Tuesday. This is the woman that Hill Newcomh shot and wounded several months ugo. l'oor woman she has had a long Biegu of suf feriug, her body was almost putrefied I e-fore her deuth. Mr. Willis Floyd, of Ku banks, was at Mr. John Kiddle's a low days ago and after eating a hearty dinnc, he remarked that if hu should die, that he would go on a full stomach. He was nt thu time feeling well and all right, a nil in two hours hu was a dead man. Cause, eomo kind of heart trouble. "Fair Atlanta" is the nauio A. W. Young gives to an excellent historical hu couut of tho origin, vicissitudes, growth and present prosperity of Atlanta, which has appeared in thu April Southern Magazine (Louisville). Thu stylo of thu writer is vigorous, and she docs not hesitate to s.ty what shu thinks about Gen- oral Sherman's bahavior in Atlanta during thu latu war. Tho articlo is woll illustrated with portraits and views of buildiugs and points of interest in nnd about the city. Competent authorities estimato that not less than 400,000,000 human iuum lilies wore made in Egypt from tho time of the beginning of tho art of embalming until its discontinuance In tho seventh century. Herodotus and Diodorus both agree in the statement that thuro wore three grades in the embalming process, the first costing not les4 than sum equal to $1,225, tho second about one-fifth that amount, and tho third cheaper than common earth burial. J. 0. Hut-sell has been appointed postmaster at Bush's store, Laurol county. LANCASTER, CAR BAR D COUNTY. Copt. Thos. Peacock's condition re mains unchanired. -The remains of the late Joseph 0. Frank will be removed to Flemlngsburg next week. -The union meeting will be held at the Haptist church Sunday evening, when Kldur (lowitu will preach. The town law in regard to peddling country produce only applies to the s.ilo of fresh meat, in quantities lus than 2fl cents worth. Mr. Nelson llurdett, the hosi blacksmith, N making several largo iron cages in the hniement of the new city building in which to put the town prisoners. The prisoners are worked every day in a rook quarry near town. . The Imml stand In the pirk has been completed ami looks very well. Of! course a few iuom backs objected to its being built there but as that class of cattle object to over) lu I iik, tlieir wail amounts to nothing. The coiitthled election cine of Win. Hrnaddos, republican, against W. H. Mason, demoer.it, for the circuit clerkship was atllrinod by the Court of Appeals this week. Thu case was taken up by Hroaddus, appellant. Mr. Mason holds the olllce until January lsiiv At n meeting of the city council! Monday night the franchise was granted to Dr. J. 11. Kiniiaird Hiid others of this city and Fred Haleom.of Philadelphia, to build the water works, electric light plant nn.l I.... lunln... 'IU i. ..Ill I... - ,, ... . , ' , . I .. f . theee Improvements at an early dav are very flattering HUBBLE. Win. Hubble loot his biigy mare, Cricket, a few days ago. S. K. Owsley's meat house was robbed of all Its uouteuts a few nights ago. Nearly all are ready to plant corn, ami somu are planting regardless the cold wimther. Our Mule village has begun to assume aome of its former appearances in the lnat few days. Quarterly meeting was fairly attf uded here Sunday, ami Bonte excellent preaching wvn heard. Frank Holtsclaw has started his hay proas in tills community, and some Hre shipping hay to thu mountains, and some selling here at about 10 to .. Mra ... It I." . .....,.... i..,.i : . -!! ...mK ..-.- i.. tivi'ri Inr h rvi' iluvu I'm. I., rjpun.i n.t .i.. i... i - .. i . .1 ' " ' " "" "" " '""' ,p "y i .ui. w. a. owiiieoroa.i is nnoiii out ogain, after an illneas of some days. -George Ann Kngloman, of color.de parted this life last Saturday, after a long j illneas. fehe leaves a husband and two i ciiiiiiifii. uer nine gin. A.uio. waiteii i ' ' j on her tenderly till tho lst. Itroit. Al len and Fisher preached tho funeral Sunday evening at thu colored church hero. Her husband's brother Oild FellowH responded to hia trouble, ami wailed on nun tu tho funeral LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. j A regular old timu country danco was indulged in at Dick Harbin's Tuesday night. Little Will Hardiu accidently Hovered a linger Tuesday and Dr. ('aid null was Cill"d in to Htteiid it. V. A. WariMck ivas up this week to cee biit brother Sam, w ho is Betting aloug very well with !im broken collar bono. Dr. J. A. Lutz left London Wednesday and will make the rohrfiy his future home. The doctor Iisih had a good here and bus made a good citizen. Henry Whitehead has moved into ills new hotisu in thu JoIiuhoii addition anil I'M Molviu is now occupying his liandBome residence back of thu London Mnnufacturini! Company's Works. Mr. J. A. Hammonds Complimented. Ta the rMilor Interior Journal.) Mr. J. A. Hammonds, whose store was broken into and burned thu L'tfrd of last February, has or ought to have one consolation in thu fact it has been thu occasion of a general out-burst of expressed confidence ami sympathy. Theru is not a single good citizen with whom hu has had business dealings for thu few years he has been here, who does not feel n sincere sympathy for him in his striotis losaes. Mr. Hiunmonds lias shown good merchant, n truo gentleman and a useful christian citizen in this community, and hence .deserved and has secured thu coufidoucu of tho whole peo ple. It may bu truthfully Haul that there is a universal tieaire lor mm to re-enter biiHineBs at thu "old utand." This may be, on thu part of the neigh bors, n sulush desire but it is accompani led with n very sincere and high regard . IT- l 11 1 iui mi, iinuiiuuuun huh is a very nearly and spontaneous testimonial to his high character. A now building on tho same site is now in process of erection and will bo speedily finished, and wo hope that Mr. Hammonds will then put in a new- stock and re-enter busineps to his profit and the great convenience of tho people who reside near Hubble. It. K, S. Tho 0. U. A D. announces that it will mako no change in the present management of tho Q. k 0. Happy Jack Advises Mule Raisers. , Notes Picked up by the I. J. Man on His (To the Kdltoroflhe Interior Journal. j Trip to Casey. Aiiiikvim.k, (A., April l.-I did think ; ..TllJB i9 Uie arKet cr0WJ, T ,lfW0 8r0M Iwoitldnt siy another word, but our in Liberty siucetJen. John Morgm and people have been engaed all winter in I liH men spent ft night horo in profound literature as Gro- jer 0f 1S02," said an old gentleman to ver Cleveland, Telling the Truth," Hon- J , ns wu plowed through thu enormous ry atterson, "M mey and Morals," Ml assemblage on the streets of the capital ly iJreokinrblge, "Social Purity," Luther ileimon on "Temperance." and ubout Ooxoy s Army, that I have pursiiaded myself the hoys and gals need a rest and have concluded to pitch in and give them something light to purine while I rot, loo. I am through with my winter's work. The Ketitleinau who thinks that the mule trade is not n filleted with noil evil, ghindors, blind staggers, epfzooty, hots and colic will please eomu down next winter and loach us better. In the main I have had the best of luck in polling on time, ami can truthfully say that I have never lost but $10 on all lb., mules that 1 have ever sold to farmers; hut as a rule it is n good way to clean up as you go. If you don't, you may go to some gentleman's homo to collect for somo mighty nice mules. I Jo jg hospitable. Ha bows his meek factj down in his plate, raises his holy bunds, "Let us thank tiod from whom nil blessings fbw " You get through with your dinner. You have enjoyed it. You wero hungry. A mule man is apt to bo hungry. You take a s-at with your host on the piaa.i. You pick your teeth and smoke a fragrant cigar with tho man. In the course of the evening he invites you to no with him to the Int. He may tell you that he You may not know what he means. Lie-ten, he will tell you. He explains his insolvency; is apt to bo convincing, lie turns you out some old second-hand mules. Says, "I want to do you mighty right, Mr. I am going to do you proud. Here are several mules much hutterthau those you let mo have. I know them well. 1 have worked them several years, and nono of them have ever had thu tol icor been sanded; they aru hardened and well acclimated and are not more than 1L' years old. I hotu to give them up, but I intend to do you mighty right. You have been good to me." He turns you over his second -baud 12-year-old hardened ami acclimated mules. You turu him over his note. He hitches up your nice, young, gay and lively and drives down the lanu singing, -nearer, My God, to Thee." And about ..- .. ....... , J 8 ,ou wt,rtJ ft Um8tliU,i uui "on i you leei UK.) you nro very closo to God; miubty nigh out of friends! ' a WOrd in conclusion lo farmers who I f,.ed mules, but who are never on tho ,0 ,Hrket with their mules. When yo turn your '2 ' yoar olds out on grass, L-...... i... .. !,. u.. all the keep lem corn you can gel them to eat, ami thu 1st of August, by no means later than that, put them in a shed and keep them eating green corn, oats ami buy and anything that will fatten, and have them fat anil ready for market by thu 1st of October. Octo-; her, November and December are the j mouths to sell young, unbroke mules. I Now I am right. Take my advice just one tune. Again, don't send your stock south at all if you aru uoini! to sell hv wholesale, but sell at home. If yen can't sell for sutihfactory prices at home, send them by an experienced man who knows the country and sell them to thu man who follows thu plow in the Held and sell by retail. Sell them for all the caeh you can, when you can get enough I do not advisu selling on credit, but I have never lost any mouey for anybody when I sold on timu to a farmer who lived on his farm. If you can't ntlord underpressure, to soil your mules on time, I would advise you not to feed mules at all. Again, when you begin to engage your mule colts at May court, don't pay more than for a colt that will grow up to 15 IihikIs full, ami be a nice ouu besides. Take this as a basis and bu governed accordingly, aud you'll remember very kindly, Jack. Atchison, Kan., has a man with n nervous allection of thu eyes that prevents him judging distance correctly. He frequently extends his hand for a shako with a person 100 feet away. Tho bill to authorize- tho manufacture of liquor in Iowa was defeated by a vote of -1- to CO. Soo tho World'd Fair for 15 Cents L poll receipt of your addicus and 15 cents in notuue stamp! c will mail you our ixtuvemr l'orifolio of tho World's Columbian l'.xpoiilion. Tlie n'Kulitr prico is 50c, bin 11 Ht vtautjouto have on we make the price nominal, You wilt tied it u work of Art aud a thine to bo priicd. It contains full page views of the Kreat building, wlih descriptions of same and U leiecuteU in ttio ' any way shape or form neither style ol art. If not satisfied ith it after 1 ' ' . . . you utl it we win reiunu me stamps ana let vou Iceep the hook. Address 11, K. llucklen .V Co., UUlcaso, III. All Freo Those who have utcd Dr. King's Now Discov cry know its value and tho.e who have Uot, have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggitt and get a tiul bottle freo. Send your name toll E. llucklen V Co., Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King' New Lite Tills as well as a copy of Uuide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at A, K. Penny's drugstore. Buciln't)Arntca Salve. The best sslve In the world lor cuts, bruises tores, ulcers, salt rheum, faver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir ed. It utjuiranteed to Kivv perfect satisfaction or money refunded, l'rico 35 cents perjbsz. if or sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. of the "Stutu of Casey" Monday. Tho weather was propitious, farm work was well up and the (sturdy citizens could think of no better way of spending the day than going to "big" court. Another attraction which perhaps brought several to town was thu annual horse show, and still another reason for coming was to new the big three, story hotel, just opuned by It. T. Pierce, in full blast. Court opened promptly nt i) o'clock with Judge Wallace Jones on the bench and Mr. Muncilc, a small man withj.i big voice, seeing to iho Commonwealth's Interest. Tiis is a two week's term and a? the docket is iargu it is more Hun probable that the entire timu will bo consumed. There is uot a single prismur in CaFey county's jail, to her credit be it said Ihuru are a number who no doubt should bu behind its bars, but by bond and escapes thu ill-constructed little stone house in the hollow has became entirely deserted. Jailer W. W. Hrown sajs hu is uot making much money out of thu olllce, but insists that his friends vote for him in the coming republican primary to continue to fill thu place. The old and well-known firm of Ji Myers is rapidly passing out of existence. These clover gentlemen are selling out nt cost with the intention cf qnitiug the mercantile business, much to thu regret of tho citizens of Casey. Mr. Wilkersou has been appointed gauger while Mr. Myers' duties as county judge will now consume his entire time. I will wager that G. It. Co a den, ageLt for P. 11. Napier, does more busintss in the smallest snact) than any man in the StlUu A room of s residence is used for his store and in it there are goods of oyery description. Theru is no room for a stovu or for chairs and he says he actually Iihu to make a cash drawer out of his pockets because he hasn't the space to spare for one. Nealv Northcut, a very low fluug no gro, and Vide Atwood, nu equally as low Hung white woman, who have been ng as man and wife in the country near here for some time, skipped out Sunday irtd it is thought and hoped that they are gone for good. They wero notified by the citizens that a removal would prove healthful for them. A. J. Gibony and A. P. Young, who were appointed sheriff and tleputy, by Judge Myers, to fill out Mac Wheat's unexpired term, are making splendid officers. Mr. Young, whoso duty it was to wait on the court, had a fine case o mumps to break out Monday, and was compelled to go to bed, leaving Mr. o do all tho work, which, under the present system, is a big job. James Cowden, the young son of Mr, G. It. Uowdeu, was thrown from a horse Sunday, fearfully cutting his head and face, as well as badly bruising him up from head to foot. Tho horse show was north peeing and a number of good ones were exhibited. (J. L. Bowman aborted Grady Wilkes. thu bpeedy son of H-d WilkeB; J. 11. Allen i 13ro., Sentinel; J. W. Lawhorn, fcum May, .Sulmarch; Hoy Ueazley, All Stylo aud A. li. Williams his sphulid jack, Sam. Tiik republicans of Casey will hold a primary at an early day, and in tho mean time the candidates aru losiug no timu. There are several candidates for each office, while in thu assessor's race theru aru a dozen. Theru is no bug juice with which to warm thu heart of tho dear voter and thu ammunition that is boing used by thu candidates is merely kind words and the promise of a faultless administration. Messrs. A. IL Dyche, of tho London Kciio, G. M. Davison, of Stanford, nnd Seuator Lay were frequently seeu in each other's company Monday, and a man with a suspicious eye might have seen somo suspicious maneuvering. What they were up to, 1 was unable to find out. E. 0. W. A Correction Corrected. (To the Kditorof Interior Journal.) An article in your last issue in which the facts wero "fully explaiued" in regard to the boycott of a Stanford jeweler needs correction. In reference to "his whisky friends" I will say that no advo cates of whisky ever approached me in lUg Or lIlJpiyillK Ul UUjr MUU. illO assertion that I said they did is a misrepresentation of the facts. I did not wish to make any public statement aud only do so to prevent an injustice beiug done. People who come into my place of business will bu accorded the courtesy they always heretofore received. Tiik Staneord Jkwelkh. An Euglisli syndicate owns 3,000,-000 acres of Tuxas pasture land a largest urea than some States can boast. A Coolev Creamer in thu house is like a self-binder. It does tho work. At Farria t Hardin's. PLO What, why my myney on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of McKinney & Hocker, Who try to sell Staple and Taney Groceries and other goods too. CALL OUST THEM For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. McKINNEY & HOCKER. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. ' Full corps of Comervstory and Normal School teachers. Superior coursej in Literature, Music and An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and ctrcutart furnished on application. -BUY- Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -ALSO- THE - "COLUMBIA," The best Garden Plow on the Market, from W. H. HIGGINS. WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower Disc Harrows, Geo. "W. Brown Corn Planters. See our Spring Stock of than any one. Wagons, Farming Implements. B. K. WEAKEN. Buggies, Carriages, and VV. L. Withers, Salesman. NEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN STREET. You can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and paying Cash for Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair with you and wfll appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Class Staple goods and will be sold at a SMALL PROFIT FOT& CASH. Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you can save money by trading with me. J. O. FLORENCE. McRoberts' Drag Store, Opposite Court-House "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, A Complete Stock of DRUGS, BOOKS, PSINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accurately Compounded. Give him a Call. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. drTs. g. hocker, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Store Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods For The Least Money. Call and see us. DR. S. G. HQCKES,. Tho Druggist.