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Mi. I f U1 f I i Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. V U VOL. XXII. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER -19, 1894. NO. 66 ROWLAND. John A llama Is better. Mr. Harry Dunn wns in town this week. Wo nro In receipt of nn excellent communication, which ia too lengthy for this correspondence. Messrs. Frank Smith nnd James Mc-Carloy, both o Garrard, have moved their families to this city. Thoy havo left Egypt and nro now in Israel. Mrs. Susan Nowcomb nnd her pretty daughter, Miss Julia, who havo been visiting W. II. Sailor's family, havo returned to their in Brodhead. Evorett Heriv, chief of police, Richmond, was hero Thursdy. It has been reported that thero is a case of scarlet fever hero, nnd for several days, thero has been considerate fright and unnecessary talk about it. It is however, that the report is not true, and the peoplo aro going back quietly to business. Judge Darnett has moved his ofllco to a room on Judgo Shelton's premises and is prepared to deal out justice, by retail, his court not having wholesalo jurisdiction, as another police judge, in the country, from whose decision theio is no appeal; it being final in every caeo, from tho lowest misdemeanor to murder. The old theory, by which the were deluded and led to bollevo that they owed eternal allegiance to tho republican party, because of their freedom, is fast being exploded by the more learned and Intelligence of that race That tho deinocrata gave thorn their freedom, at the point of tho bayonet, is a fact which no honest historian will deny. The puny arm of Mr. Lincoln could not have enforced tho proclamation of 1802. It had to be enforced at the point of tho bayonet in tho hands of the Federal forces, who gladly fought till tho close of tho war. Ihero were many more democrats than republicans in that army and not ono of them would enslave a negro to-day if ho could. They aro all In favor of elevating him in point of education. It is also truo that tho grealqr part of employment or help, of any kind, received by them comes from democrats. Let them bo taught that tho hosts of McOlellan, Hancock mid others are still their friends and they are free to vote as they choose. HUBBLE. Bro. Arnold will flit bis pulpit here next Sunday. Ed Minor bos gone to Versallee to build a warehouse. A basket meeting In connection with the county nieetlna at Hush Branch Saturday. A good numbor of our young folks attended the hop at Hustonvlllo Friday night and report a good Umo. Gentry Bros, sold pome 1,000 pound steers at 3lc. Woods & Lynn sold soino 1,000 cattle to Eubanks Bros, at 3Jc. Prof. J. E. Robinson was up from Mackvillo Sunday to seo his poople. Mrs. J. A. Hammonds and little daughter aro visiting relatives In Casey and Pulaski. Mrs. Jack Yeaky is thought to bo lm-proving slowly. S. Dunbar Is diguing a cistern at his barn. Mr. It. L. While tolls us ho has a new niece at Mr. Fred Bishop's. Jacob Barker.: of Danville, gets Mrs. O. It. Harris' contract for Improving her dwelling. Mrs. Hunter Uouso has been on the sick list for a few days. Bright Swlnobroad has entered tho law school at Danville, after having graduating at Centre College a few months back. Danville. Mrs. Mary,Green, widow of William Green, died at her homo in Perryville. of BrightB disoase, age Owsley, Jr. tho Commonwealth's Attorney, appeared before the court of claims and asked for an allowance of $125 per year as a supplement to his salary from tho State. Ho showed that tho salary was far from delng sufficient to pay for tho work done. Ho asked for tho allowance only upon condition that every county in tho district made a similar allowance. It was voted upon theso & Whitley bought about 100 feeding cattlo at 2 to 3c i dvocate. A Damascus Bword is made of altornnte lavorsof Iron nnd Hteol, temperod so nicely that tho point can be bent back n ia hilt, the edco Is bo keen that it will penetrate a coat of mail, and of bo fine a nolsh that tho Moslem can use I aa a looking-glass to arrange hiB turbant . A well-proportioned woman wears a Bboe whose number is half that of ber glove; for Instance, ber glove Is No. 01 her Bhoe should be No. 3. i It May Do as Much for You Mr. FreJ Miller ot Irvine. III. writes that he had Seveic Kidney trouble for many years, a with severe pain, n fill .back and alio that hii u affected, He tried many to called but without any good result. About KldueX cures . . . 1 VU.ibIa ......... Ditf... .ml a Itlt tin he began uu u , ki"r,c IBltur, , -.. r.'.nd re lefat once, weciric Bitter. u especially adapted to euro of all Kidney and Liver troubes wd often give, almo.t tn.tant .relief. One trial Pr.ce only for wUlprovo our .tatemont. 50c. Mge boiilci. At A. R. Penny"! Drug We. 'I would rather trust that medicine than auy H.,)nriknoof."Myi Mri. Hattle Ma n of Chi ion Ct Co."llo.. Id speaking o! Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. c and 50 cent bottlea for ale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, drujglit, Stanford. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Thero is great complaint about tho scarcity of water hero. A protracted meeting beuins hero to-night. Elders Ballou ami Taylor will 'conduct, it. . Tho residence of Thos. Taylor was destroyed by flro last Monday. It caught from n defective fluo. All who havo friends buried in tho cometery hero Should aid tho ladies, who are interested In improving its appearance. Government olllcers wero hero from Washington this week investigating alleged pensions frauds. Startling developments are oxpectod. Metsrs. White A Kroegor aro quarrying rock for tho foundation of two now brick buildings. If anyone doubts that ML Vernon has a future, let him como hero and soe tho enterprise exhibited and ho will doubt no longer. Mr. Will Cocks and Miss Lula Whitehead wore united in marriage at Jellico, Tenn., Monday, Oct. Sth. May life's choicest blessing be scattered along tho pathway of this excollont young couple. Tho S. E. Kentucky Medical Society had a successful meeting hero last Frt-da. Tho visiting physicians were met at trains by committee of local M. Ds. and escorted to place of entertainment. A banquet was given at tho Joplin House that evening. Mr. It. G. Williams delivered an address in his most graceful nnd impressive style. Mrs. James Marot, who has been ill for some time, still remains in a critical condition. Wo trust that this estimable lady will soon be restored to health. Mr. Boge Brown and family moved to Garrard county, after a short sojourn in our midst. We regret to lose such good citi zens. .Mr. and .Mrs. J. Stephens moved Wednesday to their farm near Berea, Mr. Put Welsh now occupies their residence here. Mrs. Mary Bogirs, of Madison, visited Mrs. W. J. Sparks this week. Mrs, J. S. Iteppert spent last week with relatives here. Mrs. Cleo Brown has returned from tho city. Mrs. S. L. Whiteluad and family havo returned to Virginia, af ter a visit to relatives. Mr. J. W. Nes- hilt has returned from a trip to New York. Dr. Eugene Brown Is building a new residence. Tho Aid Society will meet with Miss Mattio Williams next Satur day. Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Carson are up from Crab Orchard. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Bro. Pike preached at tho Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday. Tho democratic convention that met Saturday nominated Daniol Owens as a candidate for justice of pe&ce and Oscar Reynolds for constable. . Messrs. John T. Smith and J. It. Hawkins, two gentleman from Knox- ville, Tenn., who aro selling a steam and vacuum washer nnd a new patent paint, havo boen stopping a few days with us. They sold about 25 counties to J. II. Albright. Thero will be a box supper at tho Albright Hall, Thursday night, the 25tbv and all the peoplo are invited lo attend, and old ones too as tho supper is for the benefit of tho church. Wo hopo all will feel and take au interest in tho supper. Mr. J. G. Frith has received his assignment at Jarnett'a distillery. Mrs. P. Heron has been quite ill for a few weeks, but is convalescent at this writing. Mies Fannio Nichols and Bister, of Lduiavllle, have been spending a few days with their brother, W. S. Nichols, of our town. Mrs. Mattio Carter wont to Mt. Vernon and spent Saturday niuht with ber father, Mr. Lewis. Capt. A. II. Evans, tho Master of Brodhead Lodge, No. 550, went to LouiBvillo this week to attend tho Grand Lodge. Mr. W. II. Baker, of Woodstock Lodge, also" wont onthesamo train. Miss Alice Reynolds has gone to Missouri to spend a few months, Messrs. Hughes and Aldrldgo, of county, are visiting tho Woodvard and Cherry families. A. W. McMurry has been spending this week In our neighborhood, but bo will goTfo next Saturday. It. S. Martin is spending this week at Junction City-Mr. D. It. Patton has roturnod from an extended trip to the mountains. Mr. A. E. Prathorer, of Covington, is visiting bis brother. During a recent conference at Minn., several of tho ministers were visiting tho Red River Valley Unlvorsity at that place, and wero taking in the Latin class. One of them chanced to pick up a copy of Casar belonging to a certain very popular young lady student, and found the following poem on a fly leaf of the book: BoylbuB kissibus Sweet girlorum; Girlibus likibus. Wanti somorum. A Quarter Contury Test. For a quarter ot a century Dr. King'. New ha been tc.ted and the million, who have received benefit from Ita u.e te.tity to It. wonderful curative powers in all dlsoae of the Ttiroit, Che.t arid Lung.. A remedy that ha. stood thi test .0 long- and that has given so universal is 110 experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will he refunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. II. Penny's drug store. Largesize joe andjx. Ml Tho republican candidate for county judge in this county is so much liko tho Irishman's flea that wo could hardly get our kodac to focus on him, but after several attempts we at last Bucceoded in getting a pretty fair picturo aa tho accompanying cut shows. At least we are sure his friends will readily recognize him. It wilt be observed that ho wears a hi:iMnl rnd cadaverous appearance. This is the result of the severe strain he is undergoing in try.ng to do the Atlas trick, of carrying the world on his narrow shoulders. It is a prttv heavy undertaking and another proof of the Hphorism, that fools rush In where nngels fear to trend. Don't understand us, however, to chargo that our hero is a fool. He Is "not by no hiwiiih," on the contrary, he is an exceedingly wise man In his own conceit. He thinks ho can dupe the peoplo of this democratic coun ty to elect him judge, but he is gnawing ft file. Ho tells the voters that ho is a lawyer, but thero is some question about that. At least his merits, in that line if ho has any, have never been recognized to any considerable extent, or the court records would show it. There Ib no mistaking the fact that the county judge is n man of parts. In other words, he ia little but ha is loud. He carries the entire republican party of Lincoln county in his inside pocket, don't you know, and when no opens his mouth it straightway obeys. He commanded that he be nominated nnd lo it was done. In fact whenever he Bays to a willing henchman "Go," he goeth, and to another "do this," he "dooso" it pretty quick already. And that makes us say what we do say, that the republican candidate for county judge Ib tho greatest man of his kind that oyer wore shoe leather. Look at that face with its intellectuality and expression stamped on every lineament. It is study. It is n revelation. The more you soe it, tho more you don't want to see it. But enough. The subject beggars description aud we will take u rest, promising "more anon" as tho days iro by. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. J. M. Durham and wife are In Louis ville this week buying goods. Iter. H. M. Shouso, who is now a student of Georgetown College, filled his appointment at tho Baptist church Sunday. There was a party at Mr. D. G. Elliott's Saturday night, which was well attended and highly enjoyed by the young poople. The debate which began at the Chris tian church Monday between Revs. of the M. E. church, and Montgomery, of the Christian church, Is said to bo progressing finely. There are those here who believe that Col. Silas Adams had as much to do with White's injunction as White himself. He was as much opposed to the holding of a primary us White. Besides it is strange indeed that White would forbid the holding of the election when he was not subject to its actiou. The colonel is not altogether free from politi cal chicanery and who knows but ho saw that his cake was dough, and joined Johnny D. to avoid defeat ut the hands of tho Yellow Creek man? George Jeter and James Spears, who wero appointed a committee to canvass this precinct and ascertain the will of the democracy as to who should run for justice of peace, completed their work on the 0th lust. And tho result was that J. A. Wall was chosen by a good majori ty over, W. P. Keeney. The race will now be between Wall and Itubo Staton, who is the republican candidate. Tho district is very close nnd thero is beginning to be much interest manifested in race. It is reported that at least 25 republicans will vote for Wall, though ho will loso a few democrats. So it is hard to tell what the result will be. People who aro interested in "tho poor man's breakfast tabla" will he fo note that sugar took anothir drop of a sixteenth of n cent a pound yesterday and roastod coflee fell half a cent a pound. Breakfast bacon is still up, but farmers aro not .complaining about that. Indianapolis Sentinel. Little Lidu Crum, of Boyle county, fell from an apple tree onto a picket fence and was fatally hurt, ono of the pickets ontered the stomach. St. Joseph Infirmary at Houston, Texas, burned, cremating two sisters of charity and severely burning a number of others. Mrs. J. E. B. Stuart, widow of the famous Confederate raider, is now the principal of a girl's school in Missouri. A man in Topeka, Kan.,is a member of forty-one secret societies. The Sleeping-car Porter (to to a distinguished statesman)-You mus excuse me fob callin' you up at 2o'clock in de Mistau McKlnley, but we've stopped at Grass Valley Junction and dere's two night switchmen wants you to como on de back piatfo'm and tell 'em how it is de fo'eignor pays da tax, Chicago Record. HUSTONVILLE. Tho refined and elegant Miss Bessie Mooround Mr. El Powell aro to bo married on tbu 231 inst. at the homo of tho Hfllanced bride's grandmother, Mrs. Tho hoys gave a hop Fridiy night at Yow11'b hotel, which wsb enjoyed by a number of homo couplps, only a few visitors being present. The Danville orchestra furnished the music for the occasion. Terpsichore was extremely propitious until about 2:30. Mrs. E. O. Walton was with her sisters, tho Misses Cook, a fow days. Circuit Clerk J. P. Bailey has been among us u few days W. D. Weatherford baa gone to Richmond. Miss Minnio Drye, of Bradfordsville, is visiting relatives here. Messrs. Willis Shreves and Henry Gartin, two of Bradfordsville's handsomest young men, attended the wedding Tuesday. Mr. ,W111 Hawkins and hiB sister-in-law, Miss Sallie, wero here for a few days. Miss Fannie Harper left for Bowliog Green Tuesday, where fiho will attend the Normal School. Mr.Wray Wharton, of Mitchellsburg arrived Tuesday and ho and Miss Jennie Reid accompanied Mr. Lud EvauB and Miss Lizzie Drye to Louisville Wednesday, where they wero married at the home of Itev. Spencer, pastor of tho Central Christian church. They will go on a bridal tour to Mammoth Cave. Mr. Evans is a popular drummer with B. M. Creel, of Louisville, and Miss Lizzie Ib ono of tho West End's boaBted beauties. The wedding party was entertained at Mr. Sam Reid's Tuesday evening, where they received many congratulations and some beautiful presents. The wedding of Mr. D. S. Skinner and Miss Mary Dodd Tuesday morning was a lovely n flair. Only relatives and particular friends were present. The parlors were tastefully and delicately decorated with llowers and everything tended to make it enjoyable. The rride was dressed in a brown cloth tailor mado suit, with a bouquet of white carnations, and being a beautiful'and ele gant lady, looked handsome indeed. The bridesmaids, Misses Julia Stagg and Jennie Roid, were beautifully dressed, and '.he attendants, Messrs. J. H. Hocker and J. U. Ruid, looked well enough for any bridegroom. Bro. Milliken officiated and the ceremony was said by those present to be the most beautiful they over heard. Miss Dollie Williams played Mendelssohn's wedding march and while the ceremony was being performed she played "Promise Me" very sweetly. The graceful elegance of the brido and bridesmaids Bet the affair of! most charmingly. Many beautiful presents were presentod. We wish them a long and prosperous life and a life long conjugal felicity. Let the good work go on A naughty exchange says there is scarcely anything a woman, cannot do with a hairpin. Sho uses it to pick her teeth, button Bhoes, clean finger nails, punch bed bugs out of cracks, fasten up stray bangs, clean out her husband's pipe, scratch her head, pick her toenails, run it into cakes to see if they are done, and about a million other things tint we poor deluded men know nothing about. A Chicago paper says there are in Chicago at least 5,000 places in the manufacturing district where workingmen are in the habit of going for liquor. Theso saloons aro purposely placed near the factories, so as to more easily absorb the men's wages. If each one of these saloons took in $10 a day the sum would amount to $50,000 a dayror $300,000 for a week of six days. Congressman Wilson says of tho last session of Congress; The record of Congress, bungling aud slow as it was, utter ly inexcusable, as n part of it was, is a record of more douo for the American psople, for tho plain people of this country, than bv any other Congress in the history of this people. It is not generally known that it 'S unlawful to trade a revolver, but it is nevertheless. The Grayson Gazette cites an instanco where Jake Nuget of that place was recently given the lowest fine which is $50, for trading a revolver for an old brass watch. Two weeks from Tuesday the Amer ican people will say at the polls whether they are in favor of taxing the masses for the enrichiug of tho classes, or of equal justice to all, with special privileges to none. The first session of the 50th Congress was the longest ever held. It lasted 321 days. Speaker Carlisle presided. Wisconsin Central Lines. Through line from Chicago to St. Paul and Minneapolis.making close connection (no transfer) with lines running to all points in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, California, and Pacific Coast points. Tho direct line to all points in Eastern, Middle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ashland, Duluth and all Lake Superior points. Double Dailyithrough train service with first class equipment. For full particulars address any Ticket Agent in the United States or J. O. Pond, General Passenger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Danville, OUR OCTOBER BUSINESS Is Showing a wonderful gain over last year. We want it to continue to grow and are making every effort to push business. Our Lincoln county trade is greatly increased. We value it very highly and will do all we can to hold it We offer below some reasons why you should come and see us. Some of these items we have mentioned before, but they will bear repeating. SILKS. We have about 30 new styles fancy silks for shirt waists. Special values at 75c, S5C, and(Si yard. Black silks tare greatly in demand. In gros grain silk we offer specials at $7SC $l an $1.50 a yard. "Pean De Soie" silks at $1 and $1.35. ' "Satin De Fleur" silks at $1.35 and $2. Satins all fancy brocade silks at 90c. "PEERLESS" HOSIERY. The best black in ths world. We carry the largest stock of Hosiery in Central Kentucky and can supply you with any size or quality. . 15 c. Boys' heavy Derby ribbed hose, full regular. s 25c. Boys heavy bicycle hose 1 6 to a inch. t t 20c to 50f. Four different lines children's "Peerless" black hose, ? to, Ql4 inches. 25 c. Ladies' 40 gauge Peerless hose, double sole. 3Sic' Ladies' extra fine Peerless hose, regular 50c quality. 40c. Ladies' extra heavy Peerless hose for Winter. 2$c. Ladies' all $uvol ribbed hose, extra quality. 25 c. Ladies' Peerless fleeced hose. UNDERWEAR F01 ladies', children and men. leaders, as follows: 25c. Ladies' fine ribbed cotton sold at 50c. 33 jC Ladies' natural colored cotton vests, reduced from 50c. 83c. Men's all wool vests and pants, zvorth $1.0. 65c to Si. Children's pure natural, wool vests and pants that will not shrink. PUR CAPES. The decided run of the season. No city house can equal our prices. We show you all the leading'Furs in 25, 27 and 30' inch at $6.50 to S75 each. Be sure toourline. CLOTH WRAPS. New "Golf" and "English" Capes in black and colors at $5.00 7.50, 10.00, 12.00, 1 5.00 and 20.00. Jackets and coats, all styles,' $3.50 to 25.00. Infants' and children's cloaks in great variety. silk at 75c, T and Si. 25. Fine ' - ;: 'A M 4 We call attention to five special vests and pants, as pretty as usually . New styles and fine quaities at a Every price from 25c to $3 . per Flannelettes at 8c, worth I2jc. light and dark indigo blue, at i24c. Vicugna Cloth for wrappers at ioc. SILVERWARE. ware than any house in Centra Ky. as we sell Dry Goods, If you or any other fancy pieces, call on We handle only "Gorham," "Whit- Silver. comfortable Shoes, be sure to try carry a full line in B., C, D. and E. pair. ff Kentucky. DRESS GOODS. Our stock is full of bargains. low price, that is genuine bargains. yard for all wool Dress Goods. WASH GOODS. We offer oil red and black Finest quality 36 inch Penangine, Real Dutch Blue Calicos at 10c. SOLID We are selling more sterling Why ? Because we sell it as close want silver Spoons, Forks, Knives, us or write us and save money. ing" and "Reed & Barton's" PINE SHOES, If you want stylish, durable, " Wright, Peters & Co.'s" We widths at S3, 3.50 and 4.00 a Danville, Kentucky. W&HQHBGBNBntBjMt&tQQNBREBBibJ i'mmimm i, 1?