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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL XXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2 1900 9 A1t1 NO88IIAN ASTER Mr fi U Henry report forty liutlnlt In Lancaster cumolury during 1800 which IB u low more than In ISS If thin zoo weather continues wo will not build our Ice factory R6 It cheap cr to nnko It the oldfaiihlqocd way A phantom or moro properly uehoit party was given nl tho Slmpton House on Thursday night when canultm fun and enjoyment wore tho orders of the evening County Clerk Duncan turned 121 mar rlojro UCODRUB In kW This fad and the coming of the railroad IB aura to swell our imputation considerably dur Inc 1000 How does this compare with Mr Coopers work Bower Hurbva minstrels gave a highly Grcdltahla performance nl the courthouse on Saturday night which was witnessed by an appreciative uu dlenco which was not largo on account of tho Inclement weather Manager FUsiiiRor has engaged Un Josh Spruuehy to appear ut the IIclo louse on Jan It Tho company seeMorchestra Tickets ut popular ut Slormes drug store 4prlcce W J and AM Klnnatrd off MlUdletboro were hero hut week J C Robinson has gone to Frankfurt to serve on the Federal jury J U Iloh Inson has not beets wull for several days lad George Gowun has return l ed from Guntomvlllc Ala whore ho had a good meeting lion 11 II Tout llnson and Mr William Jones wont to Lexington last week on business Tbo figure puzzle published In the INTKKIOR JOUllSAL last week has caused ninny combinations to be made and while It can not bo worked by Ara bic characters In which It was gluon If the roman letter are admUslblo In the solution Letcher Owsloy claims the prize lie adds V Val and IX tbo um of which In SI ndlo claims that six of tho numbers are used Is ibis correct t No sir The puzzle can bo worked tho figures given Iwith ones say that tho extension of tho Souuicra railroad will ecrtalul- run through this city Our people lul ly realize the bcnetlta to bo derive- from the road and thoy aro pulling to gather to make U a certainty Thorn 1areno vacant houses und Iota era being bought upon which residences will bo built This will bo tho end of n divis- Ion and property will become more vat uable Come and lot mu cell you a i homeThe Maccabees of Paint Lluk gave a banquet on Friday night which was nlghlv enjoyable Sir Knight M F Klkln of your city L L Walker E W Norris J Joseph and T E Klkln of Lancaster tent wont up to get a square meal and they say that they were novel moro royalty treated I regret that I was unable to attend I am proud of that tent because It Is named for mo and It Is made up of fcome of the best material In the Slate Tho republicans who claim to bo I mac u Into and free from the api caranco of fraud are attempting to appoint oleo r tlon commissioners to Oil vacancies In the fuco of tho provisions of a law which has been declared constitutional by tbo highest court In tho Suite and which provides that thoy shall bo apt ixnntcd in u different manner Gov t Taylor should at least realize tbo fact that ho executes the law while the courts define It and that ho la subjec- to lu provisions individually and oft clally the eamo na tho most obscure citizen of the Commonwealth is Rev II N Faulconer has gono to Wilmington Ohio to conduct a pro tracted meeting Mr F B Flssinger has moved his family Into the new hotel which Is nearing completion and which ho will open in a ebort time Sheriff Sanders has moved to the Swee nay property on Danville avenue W r McC Jphneton will soon mote to hIs new handsome reeenco on tho Dan villa road J W Sweeney bought of Rev II N Faulconor a lot on Water street for MOO Ho will build n rest dance W I Williams has moved In the Doorca property J B Jennings Is now traveling salesman for a Knox r vlllo dry goods house A T Anderson has moved on Campbell street II C Is Hamilton and J U Simpson have moved on Richmond street J 0 Thompson will soon move Into his new residenceIn our ccw resolutions for the Incoming year let tho principal ono be to firmly resolve that wo will bo charitable not only in giving to those who aro helpless but In our language in reference to others The vilest thing in tho world is the tongue of slander It is worse than tho dagger of the midnight assassin und destroys moro homes and produces moro sorrow Mon aro mistaken when they conceive the thought that they aro good and all others aro wicked Cultivate the splr it of good Help to bear your neigh tiers burdens and restore your brother r when ho Is overtaken in a fault Re 1member that It Is not the past but the v REV R B MAHONY Rev Richard D Mohony wa burn In Clarendon county S C Mar 12 J8Ji le no alumnus of Furman University and after n courso In tho Seminary was ordulned at MlUdleburg Ky In the spring of 1882 Ho ban served as tMnior Mlller burg Newport churches In Kentucky und Columbia church Tennessee Ho now resides at Stanford and preaches to strong und ulllulunt churches near that plaoo He come from ono of the oldtral South Cdrollna families Ills father began enrly In Ufa to servo as pastor ofit church In that Stalo and continued as pastor without Interruption until ho died rife with years The church burled his body just back of lu pulpit Kapilii Argos Mr Mabony has tilled sumo of the best pastorates In Kentucky and ex edit for falling health ho would now bo antlroly In tho service lIe Is u most Indefatigable worker and has present acts and Intentions that doter mine tho true character of u man fet us hunt the stars Instead of the spot wbatyouvcan to tho unfortunate speak llwords of cheer und good will Instead of unkind words during the year and they will servo as no many rotes to cheer you on In tho rugged path of lIfo I am golnf to try It join inn and report tbo result MATRIMONIAL MATTERS When she found her lover was un faithful pretty Flotwlo Wcuron of Xcnla 0 cut a bolo In the Ice crawl ed under and drowned herself titles Sue Mays a pupil In the JOfina mine Female College went to her homo In Mayfield to spend tho Christ tufts holidays and married John New man after throe days acquclntance- Rov W S Grlnstcad sends us word tbut ho united In marriage lust week llov J M Matthews who used to preach at various paints In this section and Mss Nannle Houtchens of Chap fain Walter Lcdyard of Chicago was married this week for his ninth time Four of his wives aro dead and four aro divorced This time hu married u widow who bad been married three tunes before and has three sets of chil drenMrs Jano Wlnn Faulkner daughter of tho U S Senator was married at totof Miss Awe lia Pearson of Harrotlsburg was one of tho bridesmaids Tho bride who is a very handsome lady visited the Misses Alcorn hero several years ago As ti matrimonial resort Jefferson vlllo will have to look to her laurels St Joseph Web Is becoming noted as tho Grctna Green of the Northwest Tho record was broken last Sunday by tbo murrlago of 42 couples most of the matrimonial tll hailing from Chicago Ono preacher carried 11 couples in ono hourIn the parlors of tbo Phoenix Hotel at 030 oclock Saturday afternoon M till Emma T Duster the attractive daugh tel of Mr N I Duster of Mercer county and Dr J H KoDurdt for merly of Dnnvllls but now practicing at Clarksburg W Va were married by Rev I J Silencer of Central Christian church The ceremony was wit nessed by Miss Kusabla Bollards sis ter of tbo groom Mies Susan Holes of Boyle county Mcoars Robert Ro nards brother of the groom and J R and G A McRobcrls of Danvillu It was not un elopement but will como In tho naturo of a surprise to the parents of Dr RoDards Loxington Press Dr RoDards practiced medicine ut McKlpcoy for some time whore ho made many friends who wish him and his all tho happiness that u real union of loving hearts can bring The Covenant Mutual Life Associa Lion of Galcsburg IIlhas been amalgamated with the Northwestern Life Assurance Co of Chicago transfer ring 28000 members whose policies aggregate 815000000 built up an Insurance business of much value Four of tho boat companies are represented by Mm and within tbo last 10 days ho has written 10000 In lIfo und dono about as well In tire In surance While attending the Southern Theological Seminary Mr Mahnny met and loved Miss Salllo Penny tf Stanford who listened with favor to his butt und they wore marrioJ Oct 14 IdSI Four children have been born to them two of whom died In early In fancy Tho other two are bright and wiuiHly and promise to bo of great comfort 10 their purenU Mr and Mm Mahony live lu u pnitty and cozy uotWLooo Djnvlllo Avcnui whence they dispense the hospitality of u hap pv homo und enjoy the lure and respect or everybody Mr Mnhony lots recently accepted a flaitorliir call io preach hf tbo Perry vllla church ones u month on the id Sundays Daniel Ford who for 40 years and moro hud boon the publisher principal owner and vdltorlnchlef of tho Youths Companion died a few days ago leaving an estate valued at 2500 U0l 77000 of which he leaves direct to ahui liable and religious Institutions Conditional irifw to such Institutions are also made of over half u million The entire Youths Companion plant WIth curtain rdalestate Is left to the executors to be administered for the benefit of the Baptist Social union Mr Ford was u modest man his name not appearing at all in connection with the paper In fact it was published by Perry Million fc Co an invented llrm name used to avoid a confusion of ac counts Ho was charitable in the high est way though his beneficence wore but nuldom known by the world at purge On the llth of December we publish od the following which has created much interest among our patrons cores of answers having been received from all over thd Suite If tho correct answer has been received yet wo dont know It so try your hand Happy Jack Mlllur says ho sat up nearly ull ono night trying to work it a i a 5 6 C i i 7 AddSIX figures from Iho above to count 21 The first correct answer guts the INTKHIOU JoUHNAL tbreo months HAVING A UllKAT RUN ON CHAM- IlKULAINS COUGH KEMEDY Msnagvr Martin of tho Pierson Drug- Store informs us that he is having a great run on Chnmbelains Cough Rem edy lie sells live bottles of tint medl cine to ono of any other kind and It grca great satisfaction In thcte days of U gilppo there la nothing like Chamber lalrms Cough Remedy to btop tho cough heal up the sore throat ami lungs and give relief within a very short time The sales are growing and all who try it aro pleased with its prompt action South Cliiuigo Daily Calumet For sale by Craig It Hockcr Druggists Vest numbers of flowers aro gathered for perfumery purposes It Is estimated that each year 1800 tons of orange lowers arc used besides 030 tons of roses 150 tout each of violets and jasmine 75 urea of luberoscs 30 tons of cassle und 15 tons of jonquils John L Sullivans account of how he blow lu1000000 forcibly recalls the old udugi about the purling of curtain classes of people and their wealth If nil the money in the world were divided equally iinotiff the people each person would get about 30 There are today 40000 Negro stu dents to tbo higher educational Insti tutions athis country- DlhtARKr31RON IIEUVE WiittieiroultofLU splendid health Indoml table lllni l lraeodous enemy are not fund wbcr bl mncli Liver Kldnejt and 1I0wel are out olorder Iru wjnlthww qiilltiw and the iucwMtla bnngu New ill i They develop every poverorbraln and lady Only 25 wnii at tuni ya Drug Stow r NEWS OF THE VICINAGE James Lantor of VVililumsburg died from an overdose of laudanum Mrs W C Carroll wifo of tho Lob anon jeweler tiled of meningitis- William Herring bought In this and Doylo counties a bunch of heifers ut 31cCashier W H Carrier of the Corbin Dank has run acoss several bills that have been raised to fives A postolllco has been eetatbltshedat MatheyEAll ExPotmastcr T N Edwards brougbt10UThe P H Journal says It Is rumored that the train dispatchers ofllce will bo moved from Somerset to Oukdale A little onof Cobb Dcrry accident ally shot little Elijah Purxlful ut Pine vllle from tho effects of which ho died JuUgo F R Felaml of Lawriocc burg who went to Wyoming to life after tho estate of John Stare brougbt buck 5500 to the heirs Miss Ltzzlo Mear munugcrs the Wil Humsburg Roller Mills und Miss Mol lie Murphy of Lexington runs a wholesale pork packing cstubllehmcnt General Manager W J Murphy of tbo Cincinnati Southern railway has distributed 320 umonir the truck men an premiums for having the best ece tlon of track Mrs Cox wife of Vun Cox u Wuyno byherLcavls u domestic was probably fulal ly burned In the same way Judge Wm Catron of Somerset tried to quiet his little child by giving It his 8125 gold watch The little onu played with It for awbllo and then dash ed It to pieces against the headboard of u bed Sol Devote sn of Supt William Des vore of the Richmond Transfer Co who killed John Miller colored waiv ed examination before County Judge Million and was held over to the grand jury In bond of 2000 Miss Mary Juno Turner of Middles boro has sued the Cincinnati Post its correspondent und agent at her town for 1095 Sho charges scandalous and libelous articles connecting bar with the Sampson wife murder case Charles Yocum while loading a shot BcclI II cum Is almost distracted over the sad occurrence Mrs Yocum was 32 years of ago and leaves three small children Columbia is a bidder for the new training school to to established by tbo Loulsvlllo conference of tho M E Church South The commltteo mot there last week und was much pleased with the IdeatIon The post o Uco department has ordered the location of the Harrodsburg poet OO1co changed toa moro central part of town but Mlss Ovlo Smedloy who owns tho building wherein pootolllce Is now situated is endlbavo- log to have tho order rescinded Mrs Samuel Dfuckon and four yea r old daughter Mary narrowly escaped being burned to death at Nicholas vllle The childs dress caught fire und Mrs Itruckco In attempting to ox anguish the Humes was severely burn ed Sho Is In a precarious condition and so le the child At Tho Colony In Laurel a general tight occurred In which several shots were fired and John Dull and Wile Strong were both probably fatally wounded Wils Strong is alleged to have fired tho shot that struck Ball and a moment later Strong was shot through the thigh and body by others who ware participating in tbo fight no RIGHT TO UGLINESS The woman who It lovely In lice form and tern perwill ilwari hate friend but one who would latlractlTn must keep her health If the li lIck and all run down abe will be nervous and Ilrrllable H the has constipation or kidney trou Impure blood will came ptmplea hlolchee skin eruption anti a wretched complexion tlre trio llltien Is the lest medicine In the world to purlfythesmooth relcety Ikln rich complexion It wll make a goodlooking charming woman of a run DrugstoreIn remitting for his paper for tbo 27th year M G Cash writes from his Texas homoIII thought your paper cheap at 2 but at lI know it Is the cheapest paper I read Long may it live and advocate tho same sound dem ocratic doctrine as of yoro I was greatly in hopes Mr Goebel would win In your lato State election by a good safo majority and If bo was elected on a fair count he should bo Installed as your governor But on the other hand If Mr Taylor was fairly elected bo should servo Kentucky as governor for tho next four years- VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS JoyIlucklensand 1happolltandeDrives out rain and Aches 23 ors a box Curegusranlccd Sold by bony Drugfbt Notices have been eont out by the American Steel Wire Cos olllce advancing the prices of nails and wire 25 cents per hundred All kinds of shelf hardware was advanced 11 per cent r r S JANUARY WOO SUN MeN UE WED IKU F- ltz346 SAT 7 d 9 10 II III 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 222324252627 2S 29 30 31 If our goods give satisfation tell others if not tell us As a New Tears Gift TaB GLOBmAnd Is offering a liand Mne lino of Storm and Drees Overcoats TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT For Cash Dont tail to see them Slices also reduced Shirts Underwear and MntHinlostHB THE GLOBE J L Frohman Co Phon 136 Danville Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHBLTOV IIIGBIUEKT After tbo Christmas Ilolidtjrt the Iot sion will be resumed on MONDAY JANUARY 1st 1900 lrincipelru uu ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooI o 0 g DRUGGIST STANFORD g 0OPERAHOUSE HLOOK g Paintso0antSpecial Attention Given to gnndg Terms Cash Telephone Xo 27 g o Oflicts Long Distance Telephone o o 0 000000000000000000000000000000000000USEFUL LadliBand Gents m I SILK i UMBRELLAS vWhite and Colored Silk Handkerchief Fancy Silk Mufflers Neck RVIwear in IulFs Bows Strings and For in Hands Jj MOQUETTE RUGS IrUnderwear Bhoes of every description If IfCents 1a1 MROBERTS i i J5 B I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2 1900 9 A1tf NO 88 UKSASTER Mr d U Honry reports forty liurlnli in Lanunter ccmoiory during I80S which lit u low moro than In 1808 If this zero wttulhcrcoMlnucsifo will not build our Ico notary nil It In cheap or to iruke It the oldfaRhlqnod way A phantom or tnoro properly uglier party Will given lit tho Simpson Violas f on Thursday ullht when genuine fun and enjoyment were tho orders of tho evening County Clerk Duncan Issued 121 mar rialto licenses In bW This fact and tho coming of tho railroad la sura to our population considerably dur iInif 1940 How does ihls compare with Mr Cooper a work Bowers ft Uusbvn minstrel RUVO a t highly creditable performance nl the eoiirlhouo Saturday night which was wllncsecd by an upprcolatlvo au dience which was not large on account of tho Inclement weather Manager FUMngiir hatt engaged Un cle Josh Spruortby to apl car ut the Opera House on Jan 11 The company Is In high repute carries Its own Co nery nod effects bas a brave band and operatic orchestra Tickets unpopular prices ut Storraes drug store Capt W J and AM Klnnalrd of Mlddletbbro were hero lust woeU J C Robinson has gone to Frankfort to serve on the Federal Jury J It Itob Inton has not hoer well for several day Kid George Govran has return cd from Guntonivllle Ala where tie had a good meeting lion II II Tow Union and Mr William Jones went to Lexington last week on business The figure puzzle published In the INTKUIOK JouilSAL last week has caused many uomblnatlons to be made and while U can not bo worked by Arabic charmtorn In which It was given If the roman letters are admUslbla In the solution Lotchor Owiloy claims the prize 110 adds V VII and IX the sum of winch Is 21 and ho claims that six of thu numbers arc used Is this correct No sir The puzzle can bo workedt with tho figures given Knowing ones say that the extension l of the Southern railroad will certainly run through this city Our people lul ly realize the bonctlu to be derived from the rood and they are pulling to gether to make U a certainty There 1areno vacant houses and lots are being bought upon which residences will be built This will bo tho end of a dlvU Ion and property will become more val uable Come and let mu sell you u I homo Tho Maccabees of Paint Lick gave a banquet on Friday night which was t nlghlv enjoyable Sir Knight M F Klklu of your oily L L Walker E W Norris J Joseph and T E Hlkln f of Lancaster tent went up to get a square meal and they say that they wero never Inoru royally treated I regret that I was unable to attend I am proud of that tent because It Is named for mo and it Is made up of some of the best material In the State Too republicans who claim to bo F maculate and free from the appearance of fraud are attempting to appoint oleo- I Ion commissioners to 011 vacancies in the face of tho provisions of a law which has been declared constitutional by the highest court In the Sure and which provides that they shall bo ap pointed In u different manner Gov Taylor should at least realize the fact that ho executes tho law while the courts define It and that ho Is subject to put provisions Individually and cru dally the same as tho most obscure citizen of the Commonwealth Is Rev H N Faulconor has gone to Wilmington Ohio to conduct a pro tracted meeting Mr F II Flsslager has moved his family Into the new ho tel which Is nearing completion and which ho will open In a short time Sheriff Sanders has moved to the Swee nay property on Danville avenue W I McC Jpbnston will soon move to his new handsome rest uneo on tho Dan vlllo road J W Sweeney bought of Rev II N Faulconor a lot on Water street for 1300 He will build a reel dence W I Williams has moved In tbo Uoorcs property J U Jennings Is now traveling salesman for a Knox r vlllo dry goods house A T Anderson has moved on Campbell street H C jIlamlltou and J H Simpson have moved on Richmond street J Q Thompson will soon move Into his now residence In forming our new resolutions for the Incoming your let the principal i one bo to firmly resolve that wo will bo charitable not only In giving to thoso who are helpless but In our language in reference to others The vilest thing In the world is the tongue of slander It Is worso than the dagger of the midnight assassin and It destroys more homes and produces more sorrow Men are mistaken when they conceive the thought that they are good and nil t others are wicked Cultivate Iho spir- It of good Help to bear your neigh lots burdens and restore your brother when he overtaken In a fault Re Itmember that It Is not the past but the a REV R B MAHONY Rev Richard U Mahony wu hurn In Clarendon county S C Mar 12 1K67 Is un alumnus of Furman Urilivriliy and after a course In thu Seminary was ordained at Mlddlcburg Ky in the sprlni of 1882 He has curved an uanior Mlllerstiirgand Newport churchr in Kentucky and Columbia church Tonnocfce 30 now rvaldos at Stanford and pi caches to strong and ultteleni churches near that place He comes from oun of the oldest South Carolina nmllles HI falhor begun early In life to servo us pastor of u church In that State and continued as pitor without Interruption unlll ho died ripe with years The church burled his tatty tun back of Its pulpit UnptUt Argus Mr Mabony has Oiled some of the best pastorates In Kentucky and ox celt for ailing health he would now be entirely In the service He Is a most Indefatigable worker and has present acts and Intentions that deter mine the true character of a man tat us hunt the stars Instead of of darkness ou the sun Give whnlSouIIcan spare to thu words of cheer und good will of unkind words during the year and they will serve a so many roses to other you on In thu rugged path of life I am going to try It join ma and report the result MAT lY mL1t TTERSI When she found her lover was un faithful prolly Flossie Wouron of Xonla 0 cut a hole In the Ice crawl ed under and drowned herself Miss Sue Mays a pupil In the Jeua mine Female College wont to her homo In Mayfield to spend the Christ mss holidays and married John New man after throe days acquctntance Rev W S Grlnslcad tends us word that bo united In marriage 2tat week Rev J M MnlihowH who used to preach at various points In ibis Mellon thuprainWalter Lcdyard of Chicagovwas married this week for his ninth time Four of his wives are dead and four are divorced This time ho married u widow who had been married three limns before and has threu suss of chil drenMrs Jane Wlnn Faulkner daughter of the U S Senator was married at Martlnsburg W Va Thursday to Win White of Nashville Miss Ame lia Pearson of Harrodsburg was ono of the bridesmaids The bride who Is u very handsome lady visited the Misses Alcorn hero several years ago As a matrimonial resort Jefferson vlllo will have to look to her laurels St Joseph Mich is becoming noted as tho Gretna Green of the Northwest Tho recbrd was broken lust Sunday by tho marriage of 4 2 couples most of the matrlmonlallfts balling from Chicago Ono preacher narrlcd 11 couples In one hourIn tho parlors of the Phoenix Hotel at 530 oclock Saturday afternoon Miss Emma T Buster the attractive daughter of Mr N I Buster of Mercer county und Dr J U RoBurdn for merly of Danville but now practicing at Clarksburg W Va were married by Rev I J Spencer of Central Chris tlan church The ceremony was wit nessed by Miss Eusebla RoBards sister of the groom Miss Susan nod of Boyle county Messrs Robert Ro Bards brother of the groom and J R and G A McRobcrls of Danville It was not an elopement but will come In tbo nature of a surprise to thu parents of Dr RoBards Lexington Press Dr RoBurds practiced medicine ut McKlpcoy for some time where he made many friends who wish him and his all the happiness that n real union of loving hearts can bring Tbo Covenant DitLia Assootu lion of Galesburg IIIhali been amal gamated with the Northwestern Life Assurance Co of Chicago transfer ring 28000 members whose policies aggregate 845000000 1c built up an Insurance business of mucb value hour of the host companies are roprcsonlcd by him and within the last 10 days he has written 10000 In life and dono about as well In tire In surance While attending the South urn Theological Seminary Mr Mahony met and loved Miss SallIe Penny of Stanford who listened with favor to his cult and they word tuarrleJ Oct 14 1681 Four children have been born to tbo in two of whom died in early fancy The other two are bright and omnuly and promise to bo of great comfort to their parents Mr and Mm Mabony live In u prnty und cozy coiiuce ou Danville Avenue whence they dUponeo the hospitality of a happy homo and enjoy tho love and ro cpect of uvurybody Mr Mnhony hiss recently accepted na turhL earl to preach for the Perry vllltt church OIIIM u month on the id Sundays Daniel Ford who for 40 years and more bad been the publisher principal owner and edliorlnchlef of the Youths Companion died a Sew days ago leaving an estate valued at 82500 001 877000 of which he Paves direct to chat liable and religious institutions Conditional gifts to such Institutions urn also mode of over ba rIi million Thu entire Youths Companion plant with curtain real eatiile IB left to the executors to btt administered for the benefit of tutu Baptist Social union Mr Ford wasu modest man his name not appearing ut ell In connection with In fact It was published by Perry Mason Co an Invented firm name used ui avoid a confusion of ac counts Ho was charitable in the high est way though his beneficences were but seldom known by the world at large On the Push of Ueeetnbar publish ed tbo following which has created much Interest among our patrons cores of answers having been received from all over the Susie If the correct answer has been received yet we dont know It so try your hand Happy Jack Mlllur says ho sat up nearly ull ono night trjlug to work It I 1 I 6 it j j II U II Add six figures from the above to Count 21 The first correct answer guts thu INTERIOR JOURNAL three months HAVING A UHKAT HUN ON CIIAM UHKLAINS COUGH W2MKDV Manager Mit1In of thn Piereon Drug- Store inform us that lie Is having a great run on Chnmbe lalns Cough Rein edy lie soils five hollies of that medi cine tonne of any other kind and itgtcfl grcut satisfaction In thete days of la gilppo there Is nothing like Chamber liiinss Cough Itemedy to stop tho cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and give relief within a very short time The sales are growing and nil who try it are pleased with its prompt action South Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by Craig t Hockcr Druggists Vast numbers of lowers aro gathered for perfumery purposes It Is estimated that each year 1800 tons of orange lowers are used besides 030 tons of roses 150 UIQB each of violets und jas mlnu 75 lon of tuberoses 30 tone of cuaste und 15 tone of jonquils John L Sullivans account of bow he blew lu 1000000 forcibly recalls the old udugi about the parting of certain classes of people und their wealth If all the money In the world were divided equally annug the people each person would got about 830 There are today 40000 Negro stu dents in be higher educational Instl lutlons nt this country BWMAHKS IROHvIIEnVE WM lb twult of Ll1 iplendlJ health Indoml treiafnaoui energy alnot found hireWioinicli IJtei Kidneys and Bowel are ouiofoiJr Ifvta wort thl qUill and the uwwavbrintn useDrIUngs Now IJfe HIU They letelollurT IIOfer of bra III mod 00d Ooly a tend al Ion ya l wz Store NEWS OF THE VICINAGE James Lanlerof Wililamsburg died from an overdose of laudanum Mrs W C Carroll wife of the Lebanon jeweler died of meningitis William Herring boughl In this and Boylo counties u bunch of heifers ut Sic Cashier W IT Carrier of theCorbin flank has run HCOSS several U bills that have been raised to fives A poalolllco has been established ill MatbeyFAll ExPostmaster T N Edwards effects at Lawrenceburj only brought 8100 when sold under Lho hammer The P H Journal says It Is rumored that the train dlspaichers vOIce will bb moved from Somerset to Oukdalc A little son of Cobb Berry accidentally shot little Elijah PurMful at Pine vllle from the effects of which he died Jutige R H Feland of Lawrence burg who went lo Wyoming to sec after the estate of John Spars brougbt back 85600 to the heirs Miss Lizzie Mearmunagcrri the WII llumsburg Holler Mills und Miss Mol lie Murphy of Lexington runs a wholesale pork packing establishment General Manager W J Murphy of tho Cincinnati Southern ruliway has distributed HiO iimonir the truck men as premiums for having the best see tion of track Mrs Cox wife of Van Cox a Wayno byherelrthingLcavlg u domestic was probably fatal ly burned In the same way Judge Wra Catron of Somerset tried to quiet his llulo child by giving It his 9125 gold watch The Illlle one playedwith it for awhile and then dashed It to pieces against the headboard of u bed Sol Devore an of Supt William DC vore of iho Richmond Transfer Co who killed John Miller colored waiv ed examination before County Judgo Million and was hold ovcrio the grand jury in bond of 82000 Miss Mary Jane Turner of Middles boro has sued the Cincinnati Post Its correspondent und agent at her town for 1095 She charges scandalous and libelous articles connecting bar with the Sampson wife murder case shotIYoI years of ago and leaves three small children Columbia is a bidder for the new training school to be established by the Loulsvlllo conference of the M E Church South The committee met there last week and was much pleased with the Ideation The poslotllco department has order ed tho location of tbo Harrodsburg poslofllco changed toa more central part of town but Mist Ovio Smcdley who owns the building wherein the poalolllco Is now situated Is endeavor log to have the order rescinded Mrs Samuel Drucken and four year old daughter Mary narrowly escaped being burned to death at Nicholas vllle The childs dress caught fire and Mrs Uruckco In attempting to ex tinguish the flames was severely burned She la In a precarious condition and so le the child At Tho Colony In Laurel a general fight occurred in which several shots were fired and John Bull and Wile Strong were both probably fatally wounded Wile Strong is alleged to havo fired the shot that struck Ball and a moment later Strong was shot through the thigh and body by others who were participating In the fight HO niGHT TO UGLINESS The wouun who It lately In fete form and tent- per wlllalwIYI have friend but one who would 1111IlcklIrritable If she hM constipation or kidney rou Me her Impure blood will cause pimples Motcbea skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Klec trio UUf r li the lust medicine In the world to topurlfythesmooth velvety akin rich complexion U wll make a goodlooking charming woman ofs silo UrugstoreSAC In remitting for his paper for iho With year M G Cash writes from his Texas home I thought your paper cheap at 82 but at 8L I know it is the cheapest paper I read Long may it live and advocate the same sound dent ocratic doctrine as of yore I was greatly in hopes Mr Goobel would win in your late State election by a good safe majority and If ho was elected on a fair count be should bo installed as your governor But on the other hand If Mr Taylor was fairly elected bo should servo Kentucky as governor for the next four yearV- OLCANIC ERUPTIONS JoDuelttloaChalpol1IIAndlDrltet out Ialoi and Aches 25 eta a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Penny UroggUt Notices have been sons by the American Steel k Wlro Cos office advancing the prices of nails and wire 25 cents per hundred All kinds of shelf hardware was advanced 11 per coot a JANUARY WOO SUM IIIN 11 WED TB1J PIU SAT 12 4 5 6- d7 C 10 II I1 I3 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 229331 i If our goods give satisfation teU others if not tell us AB a New Years Girt iiciir GLOBIm And In offering a handsome line of Storm and Dross Overcoats TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT For Cash Dont fall to see them Slices also reduced Shirts Underwear arid MackinloshtH THE GLOBE J L Frohman Sc Co Phone 136 Danville rStanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTOM IIIKHIUEST After tho Christmas holidays the Mansion will be resumed on MONDAY JANUARY 1st 1900 For admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Irinci- pal00000000000000000000000000000000000d g W+ j MOJEiTSC go 0 o DRUGGIST STANFORD o OPERA HOUSE LOCK o o go0andSpecial Attention Given to gando Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g o Oflieo Long Distance Telephone 0- o 0 rEel PRESENTS I JILadha ihJ and I i SILK UMBRELLASa I fd White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs Fancy Silk Mufflers Neck 2j a wear In Puffs Bows Strings and For in Hands f 1 MOQUETTE RUGS l I 6 E4Lsrge and Medium Sizes Lattice Traveling rt if TTh9l JJ e Underwear Shoes of every description JCents i H J MROBERTS LPj e ffi f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL x STANFORD KY JAI 2 1900 n W P WA- LTONijoO TilE election commission Chose M Yonts of Grefnvlllc In the plane ot Capt Ellis nod decided that In order to save time to apply the evidence lu ono case to nil other contest as the grounds arc the name The republican contestcea wero given till Jan 10 to prefer counter charged of democratic fraud in wpKlng If they desire to do to Mr Yon is wired his acceptance of the ofllce and Saturday went to Frankfort and was sworn in The commission will not again meet until Feb the day fixed by law fur the taking up of the contests over the minor ofllces The board has asked for an Injunc tion to rettraln the Taylor appointees from attempting to perform any of tho dulled of the election commission and from Interfering with the board In th6 trial of contests Judge Pryor la the leading counsel for the democrats and he Is assisted by Lewis McQuowoXnck Phelps Aaron Kohn and James Andrew Scott Judge Cantrlll will hear tbo case today and tf be refuse the Itfjunc lion the democrats will appeal and If he grant it the republicans will appeal So la any event the court of last resort will pass on the question before further proceedings THE Courier Journal In a lengthy editorial la Its Sundays paper takes Issuo with for saying democrats should discriminate against Loutevtllo and In favor of Cincinnati because tbo merchants of the former city have made themselves politically obnoxious It says that It Is only the hysterical nondescript who calls himself a mer chant and aspires to be a politician the Impecunious newspaper bursting with envy sizzling with malice foam Ing all over Itself and Jiamtng with vulgarity and venom the ward heeler and the professional disseminators of filth and hate who have brought the city Into disrepute These form a very small per cent of the business men of Louisville who are tho bone and sin- eW of the city and the bet people They take no stock In schemes of spoliation and aggrandizement con ceived by tricksters In fact the typ ical merchant of Louisville Is a cheery genial end enterprising man of affairs and a credit to any community Fur the latter class there can not bo too much of praise for the other no condemnation Is too great THE taxpayers of the State have ono thing at least to be thankful for this New Years The register of the land office expired with the old year and the expense of the useless department Is ended A clerk In the auditors office will now attend to Its business at a very nominal cost considering the number of men that the department has furnished sinecures for To lion 111 P Nortb of this county la duo the credit of originating the bill and so curing Its passage abolishing the office THERE have been many mean things laid of Urey Woodson by envious peo ple but the worst charge that has ever been made against him cornea from the Louisville Dispatch which claims that ho stole an editorial from that paper If It be true and there is always reason to doubt a statement made by the Dis patch is a most grievioua sin and grlev iously will be atone for It The base nets of such a theft from such quarter Is too mean to cont mnlflte Fort reason too Owens boro Messenger has stopped coming to this offlco Editor Woodson will please explain and If we have been cut oil in tentional he can draw on us for the amount of a years subscription We can not do without the Messenger It la a never ceasing source of democratic Inspiration and we are going to have it or know why POOR old Godfrey Hunter Ho gets a bad odor no matter where he goes The British minister at Guatemala gave him the cut direct the other day by failing to Invite him to a dinner at which all other foreign representatives were present It Is useless to try to try to make a silk purse out of such tin old sows car as the doctor TUB republicans have Issued their address in answer to that of the demo crate It U simply a string of false counter charges and Is pouch after the way they resent an insultln Ohio aud some other places where to say youre another Is thought to wipe out any epithet a man may hurl at his enemy A FRANKFORT dispatch says that Judge Borelng Is there seeking the re publican nomination for U S Senator Better bide a woo In the House Judge at least till your beard be grown and donttry to bog all the persimmons even If they are worthier a The British hasp at last won a small victory over thQvBpers at Colesburg tt WHALLEN CAUGHT DEAD TO RIGHTS IN AN ATTEMPT TO 1IKII1B LEGISLA TOn OOEUEL ELECTED lnK3lDKMT OF TilE SEMATK LEIOH DEFAT3 MOUTH FOR CLERK Or TilE HOUSE FRANKFORT Jan 1When tho Sonata caucus was called to order to night Senator Harrell democrat mad sensational speech in which be charg ed John Whallcu with offering him 4 500 and depositing same in Louis yule Trust C1s vault box 650 turnicg over to Ilarrell two keys to box The agreement was not to go In caucus and to vote against Goebel In coolest This deal was node before Christmas ID Louisville Harroll set the traps and has Whallen dead to rights De tective aro guarding Trust Cos bulldI fog now The sensation has enthused tbo democratic members of both houselI and Goebol stock Is on boom Everybody Is praising Harrell Senate caucus elected Goebel preen dent piy tem 21 democrats voting four bolting Alexander Hays Glllls pIe Roberts Desba was elected clerk Cromwell asst clerk MM Bennett en rolling clerk UenseySergeantatarms The House caucus elected Trlmblo speaker over Canlrllt no democrat bolting CS present and voting Leigh defeated North 31 to 27 Mite Ingles was elected enrolling clerk Yilllams asst clerk Lyons doorkeeper aDdI Halov sergeant at arms JESSE M ALVERSOH VAT UARDIN has broken his IaniI silence thrown himself Into the breach and In at Frankfort to save the State from GoebcIIstn aud to see if he can get tho Brownies and rads to elect him IT S Senator POLITICIANS AND pomcsI Senator Kyle of South Dakota who has been Identified with the thld par ty movement has returned to the re publican fold Pro Tem Gov Taylor has appointed Dr C IC Wallace a former demo crot superintendent of tho State Feeble Minded Institute- Representative Boutelles physician says that while the sufferer may re cover his physical health and vigor It is possible that be may never be the same again mentally The republican members of the Gun eral Assembly will not call a caucus fqr tho nomination of Ulcers for the two bouses Fusion with the Brown demot crata la Impossible and they are hoping tbat enough democrats will bolt from the democratic caucus to give them strength on the floor The Lexington administration chang ed yesterday E T Duncan mayor during 1803 1894 and 1895 again as suraes that office Moses Kaufman succeeds Stanley Mllward republican as treasurer Walter S Bronston 8UCI ceeds George B Klnkcad as city sollelc tor and George Morgan takes Brons stons place as city attorDeycThe question of the contest for gov ernor and lieutenant governor was not brought before the democratic House and Senate caucuses which were held at Frankfort last night The mema bers of the two houses met In separate caucuses with no business before them except the nomination of candidates for tho offices to be Oiled by the House andt Senate BRIEF NEWS NOTATIDNI Fire at Burlington la caused a lostv of 8150000 There were 127 lynchings In this country last year McCoy knocked Maher out la tho thr round at Coney Island YCliterduIThe Fayetto court house has already cost 8225000 and Is still acosllng The Advocate reports the deaths of Mrs Ann Ralncy and Ben Hulltt ItI1l1alooDmeat to be placed over Lt Brumby Three seed bouses and other buslc DCria houses burned at Little Rock Ark Norval Baptle reduced the half mile skating record to 28 15 seconds at Min neapolis Four men were killed and several others Injured by a boiler explosion in Pennsylvania Engineer Wise was suffocated on his engine In Big Bond Tunnel on the C S- IllsO train stalled In It A jury at Owensboro gave Hugh and LucIen Arnold 21 years imprisonment for the killing of Luther Robinson John Wiley and Hugh Jones of Paintsvllle were both probably fatally shot us the result of a fight over at IAtInto a church killing one woman and badly wounding her child which sat In hpr lap In tin attempt to hold up a street carat Seattle Wash a highwayman was shut and killed and a passenger was wounded The supreme court of has sentenced five men to bo garroted1 The charge against them was murder and robbery Fire In Chicago extending from 210 to 222 Monroe street caused a loss of 95000 Nine firemen were hurt moro or less seriously JVW Andrews the oldtime water melon man of the Ilaverly Minstrel Company died at the asylum In Elgin ugud 04 years It la said the United States cruiser Montgomery has been on a secret mill stun to Liberia thp results of which may be Irtpurtnnt- Fortyfour windowglass factories In Indiana which have been Idle for several months have resumed opera tlons furnishing employment to about 15000 men file coinage of gold In the last fiscal year was the greatest In the annuls of the government It amounted to 3103 177180 ns against iH6348ft5 In the pro ceding year A tnnn was found frozen to death at Sttllman Ga Macon had the heaviest fill of snow over known that part of the State and snow and sleet foil ut Savannah There was a heavy snow storm at Charleston S C T B Simklns sheriff of JulTerfon county Flaand prominent In Middle Florida politics was shot and killed by an escaped Negro convict whom ho was trying to arrest The Negro was in turn killed by the sheriffs deputy A petition was sent up to the United States attorney general asking that tbo railroads bo restrained from raising their freight rates on tho ground that this proposed advance will violate the Sherman antitrust law River men at Louisville anticipate a freezeup and aro getting steamboat Into safe quarters Navigation Is sus pended between Louisville am Pitts burg and the packets for Evansvlllo will lay up until the river Is clear of The total force sent out to South Africa is the largest number of British troops ever put Into the Held at onetime At Waterloo Wellington was in command of 67OUO soldiers while la the Crimean war only 25000 wore engaged In any single battle- A list of Kentucky pensions printed In a dally newspaper has been the means of bringing together two broth ers Lewis and Jan T Qulsenberry each of whom thought the other had been dead for 35 years One of them lives In Woodfoid county The State board of health will ask for an increase of the yearly appropriation Tbo smallpox epidemic Is treat ed by the board at length and It is tatea that them have been lf00 cases in the State since the first outbreak at Mlddlesboro In January 1807 The new railroad mileage for this year is placed at 4557 miles by the Railroad Gazette an Increase of 1300 over the new mileage last year Only four States built not a mllu of new road viz New Hampshire Rhode stand Delaware and Nevada Iowa leads in mileage built with brit miles Bowling Green suffered a 125000 Ore Friday night The large store of Jones fc Co was completely destroyed J W Campbell jeweler next door lost all his stock of goods cxccpttbo diamonds a a vault The city ball and council over Jones 5 Co wore do- troyed and are a heavy loss to the Pierot who for some time has been in Cincinnati recruiting men for service with the Boers was arraigned before United States Attorney Bundy ad warned to desist Pierot contended that bu was enlisting men for the hospital service and not to fight but ho was told that be could not even do hie lupus U McAfee a page In the Louse of Representatives at Washing ton Is held at police station charged 11th the larceny of 500 from Congress man Stevens and other members of the House He admitted the theft of 260l In money and said he would bo able to oturn S2ti of tbat amount The boy from Kentucky Two men wore found frozen to death on the streets at New York Saturday Near Point Clinton 0 a farmer was overcome by cold while driving along no road and fell from his wagon and perished Extreme cold la reported ow all sections of the United States and snow has fallen In a number of the Southern States The clearings of the Louisville banks reached a total of 113280341 for the year against 317303737 In 1808 Everyone showed a gain Deposits have been as high as 832000000 a gain of 7000000 over 18 S but have gone down to 30000000 under the stress of business The demand tor money has been the best over known LAND AND STOCK Allerton 2001 will make the season at Lexington A Virginian bought 700 750pound cattle at Sparta Tenn at lie H P Thomson of Clark bought In Madison 175 oood ewes at 84 to S5 Robinson Bohon bought of Jet Dunn 10 lung yearling mules at 800 At Rlchatd Mo 04 Poland Chinas mostly pigs sold at an average of 832- o pour thoroughbred Berkshire hours ready for service for sale Mark liar inaThe Farmers Home Journal baa rounded out 31 years of un honorable existence SchwarUchtld Salzburg bought of J E Clay of Bourbon 243 cattle 1400 ounds at CK Bourbon county women sold about 00000 turkeys before Christmas at an average of 81 General Clearing Up OF ODDS AND ENDS Wo arc busy takingstock and conieqiientlj loU of short lengths oddllltndclllIs are thrown out thnt will bo soldnt n price nttrh less than they cost which will be to your utniiwt to look after during this clearance Mill Cutting And Slashing The Prices This is n wile Brat mwins n caving to to you of many Imrdearned dollars A Nile that means increased liudsnow Now is the tints to trade A dollar never went us far as it nil during this subs We guarantee ovary artifln sold sadrureWd lUre are n fen ol our Many Bargain I Bent Fancy tie Calicos cut to JJc M Blenched Cotton fie Good Ticking Cut from lOc to tyc 104 Brown Shirting 12c Good Shirting Cotton only 4 c- All Wool Red Flannel worth 2ic cut Inc- Hed Table Linen cut from 25c to 15 Covingtou Jeans worth Ific cut to OCt Childrens and MiW Union Suits 3 to 10 only 250- lndiCli Union Suits 4 fi li Only 2Ci MeIquality Jjjulieu roll Wool Flannel Skirts onl Outing cloth Skirta for ladies only 25cIOtto big lino of Ladies Corsets 81 qualify i closing out price 48c Ladies Ribbed Yratftand Pants worth 20c only 12c- Indies i FleeceLined hose 8e worth 15c Pounds delivery yearold iSOFnterprheL- oulevllle handling resigned pastorate Tyjiewrltlng IOur Goods cuttQ Flannel ccIRemember headquarters binltingsiCurtain S12J5 laeo ijCurluill reduced 1nod good tIl81Ihens quality ouLIto good Astrican at Shoes Childrens School ShoesShoes to 8 75c quality only Childrens School 1J 2 S1 cut to75c 1atcnt Tip worth 8125 reduced to 76o Mens Fino Shoes nBc worth 8125 Boys Buckle Work only Ready Made Dress Skirts 150 quality down to l8i other skirts blue black gray marked down in proportion OLOTIHIIIEsra ETCFor Most Boys and Children otter wiling of Clothing the market nilords This lino lean car fully Illectcl1lt1ulreprCrtCnts the of mannfactorict tho country Wo havo l eon cncouniged tt to purchase largely in this view advance Wo are in position to save at least 25 per trout + sure to the large crowd of economical buyer to tho busiest store in Stanford THE LOUISVILLE STORE T HANKY MANAOHK STANFORD KY Colby Jenkins of OarrarU has over 100000 of tobacco In tbat county at to 8 Jonas Well bought of Sam Wood ford of Clark county 176 fat cattle for January at fiIO- Krlss Krlngle the great plat cr was purchased at Lexington from Dr Byrd by T W Colt of Now York for 85000 Jockey Tommy Dyracn was ruled orT for an indefinite pcrloa at San cisco for refusing to ride when ho had no good excuse Abram Ucnlck Clark sold to K K Bagby of Bowling Groan a two Shorthorn bull fur WOO aotH four other young cattlo for Josiah Smith of Mercer 11000Itons of hay to Elk which bo paid liD per ton Capt Jci e McGlnnls sold eight spans of work males for Henry Dunn at SIlO to 8126 span It S Matttogly stripped to Louis vlllo 30 sugar mules top purchased mainly from Marlon county farmers al- an average of 1125 Mattlngly also bought five loads of cotton mull at an average of has gained largely more than Cincinnati lo the of the lJurley crop besides soiling more dart tobacco than any other market Tho sales were 121874 hogsheads of an average value of J7312 each than In 18U8 but more than In 1807 Although It very cold u fairly good crowd attended the sale of L L Doty and II Murphy Friday A pair of aged mules brought 8181 CO pair threeyearold mules SHI ono twovcarold mule 4260 sheep 5 hogs 3c farming Implements sold well Tho sale was made for a division of property Hay can now bo compressed Into round bales so tbat 88000 canoe gotten Into a car A car was ship red on the Texas Midland the other day adorned with blue and red stream on each side which read This car 88000 hay pressed In round bales by the Lowery process from Greenville Texas for export and The Midland Route Tho hhy Is baled in two sizes weigh ing respectively 300 and ICO This Is tho loud bay ever packed in a single car and Is only pos slblo under the compressed system aivast IMopay It- Rov Wiley C has his at Rockford IlL bo could not preach orthodoxy Ho- fays ho does not believe the Hlblo Is the book of God cover to cover AMBITIOUS YOUNG to WrIU Immediately to Wilbur U fur 23 yon resident ol the Commercial College of Ken lucky Lexington K tot clrrnlinof tbli rriX and Influential college llouk kocjilDZ lOll and Telrx raphr taught Sraduatn furcpmCiil In ender that your mall reach thli college aildrm only WILUUIt It SMITH L Ky Drewi have been reduced to prices Dont buy until you have line I Plaids tho latest 40o Uflc Cloth 4Jc nod up t Good Canton 4 we are for Carpets and liyanl Lace 48c A beany Drawers for Ono lot Underwear fiOo down to 05o close Now is your chance for a heavy Cup I for Winter We bought a big lino of Cloth Iliwh and Cap 50c on the dollar fiOp quality marked down to 25c C 50c to Ladies Shoe 7fic Ladles marked All dress ami wo the beat line lint cream tile leading ol lino in if tho you Bo follpw D bought Iii selling Fran of Valley per less was W pounds ers contains pounds of pounds heaviest of Haskell because from MEN Smltli Unlrcrilty nilblfl Shorthand lngton 4 CRAIG lOCKER DRUGGISTS t Stanford Kentucky I 1 + + + + + + w 0 S e a e ee James FeChristmas Bargains TIll most aiirovrlnt gift Id a useful srueloGloA Lap Robe Moquette Rugs A Pret e ty Carpet or Matting A Suit of Clothes Neck Ties SunpcDiiluni n Pair of Nlre Blior n ntylkli list or Ianey Stilt rot or on kim or mrlnt Ajiparel Tabor 11111 fir all of I Irmo lit llieolil 4 price re nrrtluM of ttccnt advamnn lay your amount antllfL your euea es on the fuwlng Maililnv Clirlini day JAMES RYA Hustonville Ky 1 a e oes e s S PUREST OF DRUGS Carefully Compounded AttPEINMYS DRUG STORE W li VA3RoiSTANFORD KY r r ID The Recognized Leader In The Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness At The Lowest Prices loolreepr rq7Nf AC57 IS 7Nf CNCj4PCb7 4 erman liraShor7lianr7 Te7egra jb- tul ucN H- ulrsrllle jfyW Y 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n STANFORD Ky JAN 2 1900- MAxAaelE C WAITOK Buts t1IIt belt materials combined with skill and accuracy Inturo good 4rUdult No other methods are ever PeunyDruEt PERSONAL UD SOCIETY GOSSIP Mil AND Mite J a KICK were at Richmond Friday and Saturday Mil Jour P Duoiirlt of Cincinnntl In tho guest of Rev II U Mnbony MISS lirVIKttltItUONp Of OUDTlllc- In the cuuttnf Mlns Ulllo PeytonaG M SMITH of Flat Lick iittondeJ tho burial of Mrs Julia A Wither Du W R 1IIIIUIS of Clay spent a tow days ut Free Sllrer Johnson Dll C E POYNTZ of Paint Lick was tho guest of Dr J G Carpenter J W HAMILTON the clever circuit clerk of Garrard woe hero Saturday PilOK UAitbiN CUAIO of Princeton N J was horn with friend Saturday Mus LIZZIB DElAtnv of Lincoln NelsonrUOIIN to tho wlfo of J M Gooob of I the GtlborU Creek section a 12 pound girl THK fancy work club will meet wit- hIn W A Ttlbble at 130 Thursday afternoon liON P M McRoiiKUTS left for Frankfort yosterday o tako bli scat In the Legislature A WASHINGTON dispatch says that J N Saundere and wife of Stanford are nt the Kbbltt MIL W W PATJKHSON of Lebanon spent several days with his brother Mr B H Patterson Mil J N UOLUNO and wife of Hell county are with her parents Mr and Mrs Monroe Curtis f J S GOODK who Is clerking for M P Reddish of Somerset spent Sunday with his parents hero MRS CAIUUK SEWKUOI Louisville Spent several days with her relative Mrs Arthur L Carter Mns J F CUMMINS Is back from Crab Orchard whore she spent sev oral days with her parents IMnH WILl SKVKUANCK and little Severance aro back from a visit to her botnafolks In Shelby SUPT OAKLAND SINOIBTON nnd fatally spent Christmas with rolatlvos In the Waynesburjr section JOHN S UACQIIMAN had taken wm TI Wcarons place BI bookkeeper a t tho Stanford Holler Mills K It GM T1tY has rented tho Hall property on Knst Main street and will novo to It ai soon as tho weather per mite I MISS LbciLB C COOIHU bad returned from B pleasant visit to rolatlvos In t 11 tlt ton 1110 during the Christmas boll days Jour BOU IAN of LouUvllla and friend 0 Y Bdwards spent several jays with tho formers sister Mrs J S Hundloy F L THOMPSON tho clover grocer drummer made his semimonthly tr1 to Liberty yesterday noiurlihsiaidlDC the cold weather MB JOHN W HASTIN of Pltuburjr tniuRUt little Miss Kaile Danlln down Sunday to continue her studios utStun ford Female College L A FAIMSS of Lexington Is on titled to the cake for tho furtherest paid up subscription the data now reads Sep 21 1102- MHS QUO P TAUHMAN In ordering bar paer changed to Portsmouth 0 says that her husband has accepted tho charge of a largo church there I COULDNT sand him a bettor Now Years Rift said pretty MIII Mamie Lynn on giving us a dollar for a years subscription to G W Pence at Tom tile Mo MHSUAMH8 W DItA T IUlIllt t Heailay and Miss Crane Grlnstcad id yesterday morning for Tuylorsvlllo viilt their parents Rev and Mr- S W Grlntitoml I MRS UOWMAN SMITH und son Ray mood am visiting her mother In Lin surI MR AND MRS S P STAUO leave to day for their farm In Shelby with which both aVo greatly pleased They will bo missed In church and social circles hero and their departure much regretted HAKIMS VKARIN loft Sunday for Padurab whero ho will bo shipping clerk for Dnkor Kcclcs ft Co tho firm 18Ie succeeded him as salesman at II J McRobortsV GW B WliAHKN complains that tbo L J does not rouch him regularly which of cotirso U the fault of tho manila Ho likes his now homo ut Pa ducah and U getting along nicely but finds it almost Impossible to keep hour o without Ma favorite paper J P OKAY writes from hInmuto- Ala wbero bo hM located requesting his paper changed from Somerset add ing Cant do without tho iNTiciuort JOUUNAL 27 years next month since II subscribed for the paper and vory few Issues have been missed by us Mils KATU P MIMRR wont to Ldu Isville yesterday C 1J MAYES has opened a bUck depotJ from llrod head to eeo after his farm MAHK HAWS Y of Monilcello Is vie Itlng his uncle Mark Hardln jfortwork REV J W EDWARDS of Pfcrksrlllo attended ttfo 6 ill Sunday mewtlng in jarrard JO IIIJI HAILRYof Morcer spout several days with relatives here cad his sf eelhourt on Logans Creek Tilt Gurley Ala Robert Connell High School Chronicle tolls ofan In teresting contest hula recently In which Miss Mary 1 Harris elocution nd art teacher Is given the credit for lu great success Miss MARY UUHIIARD entertained a dozen couples at tho College last night In honor of tho Reading Club And everybody was royally received An Initial game was played welch re salted In Miss Stella lUllou gelling paintingIPartners for a candy pulling were got non by fishing ovrr n screen and catch log a card having tho name ofa lady attached Miss Hubbard li a lovely entertainer and all present were more than over convinced of It LOCAL HAPPENINGS Go to palton for good watch work WHITE star coffee at G n Ferris Gos IlKATlNO stoves at cost VarrenV Shanks IT Is unlawful now to kill quail Dear this In mind DR W PILVNYdentist Oilloo at residence Lancaster Street SOMBTllINfj noW In sacking and shirt waist flannels at J P Jones LOST Fat two year old Jersey heifer brono color Ur C A Cox DONV forgot our terms are cash on conl and lead J H Baughman Co BlIADY k THRRYS butcher shop will always bo found well supplied with tbo choctMt moats of all kinds Tim Red MOD are looking forward to a olg ttmo tomorrow sight when tome Initiatory work will be done DR PRNNYH solo ofllco at resi dence on Lancaster street You soil find him thero ready for business BUY your seal quick or you wlilliave to take say kind you can get It Is soiling fast J II Baughman L Co Pan ItaNTUnaofthe storerooms occupied by Severance fc Sons Apply at this onioe or to Mrs M J Mlllor 900000011rL F ElkIn tolls us ho wroto 200000 Insurance In tho Knights of Maccabees In tha month December I HAVB engaged with J C McOliry makingIA Hundron BROKH His LHOCJIy Powell for manly of Hustonvltlo fell on tho ley pavomentln Danville and broke u hip Poor follow wo know how to sympn Ihlio with him SOLD OITT William Fields has sold to W C Mulllns his Klght Gables Ho tel at Livingston for a fanny figure nnd- will movo back to his farm in this county wo are glad to say PROMOTED Win B Smith road toaster of tho Knoxvillo division of tho L t N with headquarters at Living eton has bean promoted to bo rood mall tor of tho Cincinnati division of tin same line n Toleto us to most of tho long distance points 10 cents making the rate to Louisville now 15 Instnd of We WK made u mistake concerning tho doll Craig Hooker are going to givo away Matt Cuban of Richmond a disinterested party was asked to draw a nuiifbor and bo drew No1 Tho holder of that number or tho nearest to it can get tbo pretty doll by calling at their drug store TillS Is not a leap year wo will en for the benefit of many anxious bosh elor maids who will havo to watt moro years for the privilege of propo log No century year is n leap voar unless divisible by 400 Tho omission of some century years was found neo essary In snaking tbo present divisions of time and this plan was devised make time and tho calendar agree 1IIOZt TO DBATII William NcNoll a prominent former residing tear PIUs burg froze to death Friday nlgnt ills body was found near tbo Swiss Colony and It is believed that ho emblbcd too IIno was about BO years old and leaves a wino and u number of children Mri MoNell attempted to destroy himself several years ago in a fit of desponden oy Ho was well connected and in fair fix financially 65 OR 70 acres of land for silo Ap ply to D TV Vsndeveer Fort PtN rUous with rooms Apply to Mr Kate P Miller r Iron RENT Room over Craig ft Hookers user W II Ulgglns lehand and your account Is ready for you Plcaeo cal and settle H C Jtuplev ON account of the advance In feed no will charge Mo for tingle feeds and 25c for hays beginning Jan 1000 Ltaitzloy DrOol livery asn THK pictures displayed by Miss Mugs aid Sucray show hur to bo a mat ex celleD photographer Shelii hard to beat both In likeness and Uulsb BUSINESS MANMr W J Specks came don from Livingston yesterday and between trains hired 20 tie makers and took them back with bIn Thoro who know him best say that Mr Sparks can attend to moro business In a short length of time than tiny one living TUB January number of the lien lucky White Ribbon which is pub lished at this otllct out and Is more ioterestlng than usual It Is edited by Mrs Frances Ueoucbump of Lexing ton president of tho State WC T U and costs only 25 cents a year Call at this office get a sample copy and sub scribe for It DR W D TAKDIFP and family leavo todnv for Columbia S C whero tho donor has an appointment of dispensa kry lark In the St Marys Infirmary Be has made an excellent citizen for thn nlnaycars thus ho has been here and done a great deal to upbuild his race and white and black part with him with regret DKATH Mrs Adella Woods telephoned us from HuBtonvlllo Saturday night that Mrs Salllo Powers had died suddenly of heart disease at the home of her son Mlllard Powers on Rolling Fork where she was visiting Sho was 70 years old and lenses besides the son mentioned two daughters Mrs W M Dodd nnd Miss Ellen Powers Mrs Powers was ono of the oldest citizens of Uustonvlllo and was n good woman The burial occurred ijunday afternoon In the cemetery there PAPUle HUT MONEY FOUND Tbo private papers and record book that were stolen out of tbo postolllco seta when It was robbed several weeks ago were found In a corn shock on Frank McKlnnoys farm yesterday afternoon 1and coat In to Postmaster Florence who was almost overjoyed at receiving them A careful search fatted to find either money or stamps Mice had got ton In their worlc on tho papers bu not sufficiently to ruin thorn Tho fac that tho papers wero fund on Mr Mc ICInnoys tarn should not be considered conclusive evidence that that gentle mon hall a hand in tho safecracking thinksthatTHK because ofof the advance In paper and printing material a country newspaper cant live at a year and adds that olthe- the publisher or the reader must sutler Tho paper speaks trulv when it says that there Is not much profit for the publisher but tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL whloh started the ball rolling on to prices Is going to coo that lu readers do sot suffer In fact tbo paper soil bo better than over this year and if any of Its thousands of subscribers do not think they are gutting value re- ceIved their money will be Cheerfully refunded We may suitor but certainly our readers shall not COULDNT STAY AWAYThoma e Metcalf likes Jessamine very well but It Isnt like Lincoln and foiling that ho could nt stay away from this good county bo came over and bought Josh T Adams farm on the Danvlllo pike The place contains 450 acres and Mr Motcalf paid 324000 or 35331 per Hero for it He also bought of Mr Adams mixed cattle at 4c and 200 barrels of corn at 17S While his hand was in he bought 2l yearlings of J B Foster at 4c Mr Metcalf gqt6 immediate possession of the farm but Mr Adams retains tho bouso until Fob Mrs Adams lit health caused her husband to sell Everybody U glad to havo clover Tom Motcalf with us again WITIIBIIS Mrs Julia A Withers relict of Laban Withers who preced ed her to the tomb some 1C years died beyr r four days Illness of pneumonia aged sousr Annie McClary Mrs Julia Hughes Laban Had C C Withers all of whom bear teachssoutomany years a and lower of the meek and lowly Nazurine having joined tho Christian church in early life and devoted herself to her Maker liar yens wore long upon tho earth und sho goes hence with tho plaudits of her Savior and tho praise of all her acquaintances The funcjpil services were held at Mrs Withers a t 130 yesterday afternoon by Rev F W Allen attar which tho remains worn followed by sorrowing children and friends to their last resting place in Rush Branch Cemetery d YOUR account Is ready Please come and settle BeazloyBros BARNES WBAREN bas taken a inter est In Jesse D Wearens laundry and clothing buslpcss end the firm will be Wcareti Bros Telephone No 75 if you need anything In their line oyerlMDcharge 15 cents for dingle feeds and 2i bents for hays No hitches on public bays on account of laclrof room L M Urune WANTED 25 dozen gloes cabinets to make ut 42 cash with order This umber will soon be takes so If you want to Luke advantage of the cut get Into the bead wagon at once Miss Maggie Sscray Photographer THE cold lhbegan the night before Christmas mill lingers with us the mercury being at 5 this morning Sunday was the coldest day tho thermometer showing from 3 toi below zero Several light snows have been added to tbo first Ico six Inches thlch Is being gathered and skating Is fine CountyNatloDal 3 per cent after currying 500 to the surplus fund paying all expenses and reducing premiums account 3285560 Tho Individual deposits of this bank nro now 322354985 Tho First National Dank of Stanford payIDa good sum to undivided profits The National Bank at Uustonville out did itself It declared 5 per coot after paying expenses and taxes and hull a oleo sum for undivided profits Tho bank earned over 8 per cent dur ing the six nonths just closed and President Ed Alcorn and Cashier J W Hooker have a tight to felicitate them fplves The Commercial Bank of Liberty also comes up with a good showing H earned 325iJ40 the last six months on it capital of 320000 paid n 3 per cent dividend and expenses and car ried nearly n thousand to Its surplus F P Combest is president Geo E Steno vicepresident G A Prowltt cashier and A P Young cast cashier WARRKNMrSamuel Warren brother of Hon R C Warren died at his home at Somerset Friday of angina pectoris after ten days Illness He was ono of nine children of the late John F and Mary Warren of Boyle county nod tho third to die Just be fore tbo civil war ho went to Mississip pi to read medicine under Dr Hollo way and on the breaking out of hostilities enlisted In tbo 18th regiment of that State and with the exception of Delawartac tive service tbo full four years engag log In many battles beginning with that of Bull 3Run Ho was in tho bat ties around Chanccllorsville Va was there taken prisoner and ha was with Longstrcct both at the siege of Knox villo and the battle of Chickamauga A braver soldier never did service for n rerturned to Danville and clorkct for the drug firm of Samuel Warren and fi nally bought his brother Will out Ho yearswago marriedIand she with five children survive to suffer tho loss of a loving husband and tender father The remains were brought to Danville and yesterday af ter a short service by Drs Glass and Greene wero laid to rex The week of prayeremot begin till next Sunday NOTICE thrlthatIn ronIJpltloD of I hue tliUilijr lnn rrrrv lll1d to U Wallln all in jIntercut and title In and to the Saloon butt ueIn Cnili Orchanl on Stanford iStnft the raid It W V11I hereby aenmea and lilnds himself to he revpnulble for all deists and liabilities here tofore awrunl while MM hlnef was conducted with the name of J M Wallln or way hereafter aane VALIIN Dw14th14e61C W WA1UN Witncwri J Mort Ilithwell Walter Wallin laCc Oi2tC y Qta r 7 H e 3 = 0-g ct In O 2 8 CJ cS S t d 0 is C 7gG ct G 0 V- E gg PJ h1i 7Mu lG l3oa 8 lr1IIg 1J 1 tMp Ym 2- spir PJ o til 1 38 g 0c jQ I 2Tn03 ma VJ lr1toITnroN = C C Iha PJt1 Qisr 5b os w s PUREDELICIOUS WlJite Star Coffee GEO H FARRIS C- OECONOMICAL 1 HEALTHY Higgins Be McKinney Dealers In BmP fl e9IItml Ille IThd IWMk7 Gif ee1e COLUMBIA BIllS lffilJlN1KETS These Celebrated Blankets aro strictly ALLWOOL Wo otTer them to close al83 and 375 per pair 10 and 11 quarters Our umm T I1 9 And Gents Unuarwear Are from the same delaythoLADIESJCASHMERE HOSE I I have lIoseHaveNew Sacking Flannels Just In See Them JOHN P JONES StanfordI lj W sc J W 1IHousej I I1 We take usinyear our career iWe Sold More Goods in 1899 than j any year since we have been in business tg We will keep a lmrsrclass line of Dry Goods Xotions Ladies and Cuntntinsh tg I SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Courthouse after Jan let 1000 ii ft rf JE ftJ THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re opticalscienceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very katest Designs if JVJouldi gs+ SuitableAmong the lot is the New French FleurDeLis mouldings specially fnr suitable ngs delicate pictures EmbroIdered Mats French Colors all pictures that to Wowttt124 Third Street Opposite Post Onice Danville Ky Cypress Shingles d Iron Pence A CtXx STAN FORLD KY Metal Roofing SdScSf Mill WJik OTEnlOR JOURNAL Entered in the iKtilojflce at Sfatipid at teoondtJan snuff- er7ubllahd uwaiav and 3Irtda- vAT 1 PER YEAR CASH When not so end x2OO will b charged 0 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No J Arrrlvetat Stanford at 108 II No Lees Stanford at 210 lr JJo Arrives at liowland at 1200 No22 Lfavea Stanford at 2M P u KNOXVILLE DIVISION Mo M TraIn going North ll M a m e 241 a m OM Sonlh 12SShmM J U p m For alllPolnta- KOHOH TICKETS SOLD- HAQQAOE CHECKED TI1ROUUI1 For any Information enquire ol JOE S RICE Agent Btanlord Ky FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI- Trains leave Frankfort at 7 AM andS40r atnnectlng at lieorgetown with q A Cand rvach Leave aria lac lartJt 810 610 PoI I1501 and 670 Pc connecting at Ueorgtl Wjwn with Qt C aol r Frankfurt at 9 15I tad 710 p JOSEPH X4 P AR NEWTON A O QUEEN CRESCENT Talus put action City u follows Ito l South 1202 P m No2 Norlb411 pm 1101 m 145 am No1It l12 a m 184pm Sot SMpm 10 600am NO I and 2 do not ttop 9 and 10 run no fur titer thin Junction City R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky WHITE HOTEL w u CAUIUKU rnou CORBIN KENTUCKY Clot to Paatenger Depot Firstclass throughout ItaUa J2 per day JC+ MCGbMY l1NDEBTADIt s And Dealer in SABNBSS SADDLEBTb STANFORD KY DR R COLDST6IN TIIK Celebrated Eye Specialist OP Louisville Kentucky Will beat the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Wed- nesdayJan3rd Keturning one dayin each monttt Eyes Examined andiGlasses Scientifically Adjusted 1b Southern Uulnil Innstnnl Compan- yOf Lexington Ky I Plan INSURANCE REVERSED IWO Pay WhHo7cu Live Old Lint Companies Pay When You Die O 1CI paid In living Ltnellll OvertoOOJUUccrveanl surplus AgeottNITIiLexington Ky XOTJI3VIL1JE TO CHICAGO Trains Morniug and Evening from Un on Station 10th and Broadway Passengers dcslring information and rates to Minnesota ubruska- ad points in tho far West including Cal ifornia should addruBR Frank J Reed Gen PASS Agt E II Bacon Iass Agt W U nJrObrle t k BRO BARNES GOES BACK TO SANIBEL WASUINOTON Deo 291 had un attack of vertigo In Frankfort and bat cut short my meeting thoro As tam not fcerviuR a hard master I thought best to spend Christmas with ono tco lion of my family at least So I ar rived here Friday last and of course my Christmas was a merry one 100 days of separation arc eo many Incen tives to chastened merriment As there is no work for mo to do here and I cant endure inaction I leave for Sanibel Jan 4 D V where over and above meeting tho other sec tion of my family I shall have an Im portant though limited Held for ovnn Seltzltur Tho population of the Island doubles during the picking season and they are like shepherdlcss shoe I will do what I can for them Tho tomato crop this year is very fine and the returns profitable I hope this season will mark a turn in tbo long lane of disaster that has over taken our unfortunato farmers la Sunlbal stock will go up a few points at least Marie is In robust health and busy as a bee with 32 in family and two houses rented No money ID It no for but an honest llvintr She Is cheery and sanguine of coming outhon top Son Will and family are In perfect health and ho la In a business that also furnishes a living since ha exchang ed his surpllco for a business coat In England a clerical appointment is call ed a living The term was doubt less used in conformity with tho Scripture which says Thoy who preach the gospel shall live by tho gospel When the church Is in a normal con dition that la undoubtedly the rule but in these last days everything Is abnormal and many a poor gcntto nan In black II could echo the cry Tho rule dont work IIA few born with the traditional slhqr spoon In their mouths are over paid Tho rest are doomed to semlStarvotlon while actively employed and turned out to die in poverty when superan nuated The government banks railroads etc wako some provision for their worn out employee The church with untold millions at her disposal doles out hero and there only a pitiful spasmodic half support for thou who have served her faithfully la It a wonder that all our existing church orIganizations ore destined to be spewed out of tbo Saviors mouth after tbeI little floes has been taken out and up who are not partakers of their guilt So I read the sure word of prophecy Meanwhile tho poor dcI luded churches arc saying We aroI rich and Increased in goods and bavo need of nothing and know not tbatl they are miserable and poor and blindI and naked This sell deception on the part of the blind leaders of tho blind while both are heading for tho ditchI Is the saddest feature of it all It Is appalling now while the coming Great Tribulation is already cast ing Its shadow before to bear the sanguine cry of Peaco and Safety when sudden destruction U coming nOlIpessimism ture cannot ba broken The days ofI Noah and Lot are upon us and are buying and polling planting and building marrying and giving in mar riage all innocent but engrossing employments and Know nut what Is near Awake thou that steepest Is the warning cry to all Alas few will hear It Ever In Jesus Bno BARNES WHEW IW N Marsh the Cincinnati weather prognosticator who has gained some reputation In the fulfill ment of his forecasts says Tho year 1000 will be known as ono of the great est storm and flood years on record Tbo precipitation during the year will bo the heaviest recorded In tho history ot the country for any one year caus- Ing disastrous floods being most sevoro throughout Ohio Indiana Kentucky West Virginia and the low lands of Mississippi These floods will occur during the latter part of February or the lore part of March Continuing during March January February and March will bo severe storm months and from January to March blizzards and heavy snowstorms will prevail from Colorado to Illinois and the lakes with attendant blockades HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In tolling of It he says was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumo nia 13lungs became hardened I was ao weak I neD lit up In bed Nothing helped roe lexictnl to noon die or Consumption when I heard of Ur Klnga New Dlsnorery One Lottie gava great relief I continued to use IIlOll now am well and strong cant say too much In prAise This marvellous tnellclneIs the aurtit 011lInllbottles free atlennya Drug btore every bottle guaranteed e The art of paper making has reached the point where It is possible to cut down a growing treo and convert it Into papor suitable for printing purpos es within 24 hours- ScnotAnsnyp FREE You may by doing a little writing at your home so cure a scholarship free in either Draughons Practical Business Col leges Savannah Nashville St Louis Little Rock Ft Worth Galvoston or Shreveport Best patronized In tho South For full particulars address The Illustrated Youth and Age Nashville Tenn BOBBITTS ANNUAL ADDRESS TO ms CREDITORS CUAH ORCHARD Jan lTo my numerous nod mostlndulgont creditors In tho 45 States of this glorious union and 110 counties of this proud old Com monwcalth ladles and gentlemen I regret to pay that you have again boo gun the dunning process without the precaution of enclosing a stamp for reply This tinges my mnrtlOcatlon with regret because I know It la olth or poll to nor gentlemanly to retrain from answering a letter till I can make a small fee in Crab Orchard police court and during this Interval of time my creditors are wondering why I do not amwcr and I wake up in thu dead waste and middle of tho night anti ClIO not full to sloop again because 1 call not remit the money nor can I answer for want of tho nonenclosed stump I hope that this will not occur again Let nil duns enclose stump for repl and especially the law and medical schools that have been Inviting mo to address them on law and medicine do not fall to enclose a round trip ticket and I shall show you that it does not take money to make a lawyer a doctor an orator or a statesman although it toes take money to rldo on trains antI pay hotel bills For the benefit of uiy impatient creditors I desire to append a tow sentences from a letter recently written to one of my long waiting credo tore Miss I was thu recipient a few lays ago of your polite and most ele gant note which however I would bo glad to exchange for mine It was po dnllcato io composition classically beautiful in diction and co lady like in its gentle reminder of my dorclcction of duty In not long since liquidating the amount duo you that i la with the profoundcet grlcf 1hat I Bow Inform you that I cannot comply with a request so reasonable and Just But such U the case however Living In ono of tho grandest old mansions In Lincoln county and apparently environed with luxury fine thoroughbred stock or all klndtl adorning my benutitu l 1srmr- armiy clad to a noetgago and yo such Is my pecuniary embar rassment and flninclnl distress that I am as dollarle9 as Benedict Arnold was friendless in America when ho died In Great Britain In 1801 which was exactly 20 yearebofnre the great martial spirit of Bonaparte was borno away on thewln11 of the most violent strm that ever snook the sea girt IIIle of St Helena During my hybernatlon I shall have a grand scuffle with pover and gaunt penury and the winter winds will bowl clamorously through my empty barns but when ihetfbeauil ful roses of June bloom in all their fragrance I hope the dark cloud of poverty that always enshrouded mo and Dyron Fox Sheridan Preotis Breck Inrldge Blackburn and other groat men will move off to the left and allow tho radiant sun of prosperity to send a golden shower of effulgent splendor down Why If I had a dollar now I should certainly give it for u yearlI subscription for the tNTEItlOit JOURNAL When Sheridan was r ed- by a creditor for a dollar and a poor mendicant begged the same amount as- a Sheridan guess St at once to the beggar because as he bald one do manded it as a debt the other begged It as a favor But some of these son tences were not in tho letter from which 1 am quoting and which concluded as follows Now thanking you Ifor your kind ness and the delicate sentences which your letter breathed like the sweet frajranco of some holy perfume I sub s rlbu myself your promlllln and ad miring friend Now ladles and len tlcmcD If you all will write and enclose a stamp I shall have money enough to pay off some of my smaller debts Youra weighed down with Byronlan despondencyFONTAINE Fox BOUUITT P S If some bank would allow me to glvo my note for 8500 due when winter breaks It would shorten the winter very much No security No number of names could make uiy note much better u thousand could make it no worseF F B 1100 liE AItD IKO The reedriof this par will le pleased to learnt there It at least one dreaded dlioue last- nee tau been able to cure In all eta stagand tbat Is Catarrh IWIa Cltlrrb Lure Is the only poillhe cure known to the medire lralernlty Ca requires a tonconstltutlooal dleaelairh being a Cure U Uk utloual treatment Rails Catarrh the blood andacting dirtctlyeo IRUcnu surlameofthe stem thereby destroying Ibe foundationotlhe eaM and the ln tlent etreugtli by LlllldlolC up the oootilludon and sting Dilute In doing II work The proprle tora hue so much faith In Its ruralhMIera that Ibey otter One hundred 1olian for care that It alb to cure t of totltnobUtli 0Address FJCIIENEYAWToledo Sold Orugglita 75c alls Family iii are the best e A young man route into our store yes tcrday suffering from a severe attack of crump colic writes B F Ideas milfer and general merchant Dickeys Moun taint Ia Ho had tried various home remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy I gave him a dose and it soon brought him out all right I never saw a fellow so rejoiced Sold by Craig AJlIocker Druggists The Connecticut railroads carried during the fiscal year more than 60 000000 passengers and not ono was killed During tho same time the trolls of the State carried 20 per cent with a loss of lifemore passengers aggregating only 11 y amis MutnilT J UcurUT LUMBER FOR SALE Second Class and Cull Lumber ultablo or linens and Farm ue Address MUIUMIY A MUIUIIV IruuKiiuEN j81m KlngHvlllo Ky JTV BUTTON Unclertnlcar ilnatonvillo Kentucky Utter hlaatrrleea to the rwopln of Went Loa- attd Cut counties Full stock ol CofflniauJ Caaa ctialwayaon hand U Ii tarlento4 Manager t OPTIONS ON FAR f1S WANTEDw- ettld Ilka to tako o1done ouRooil farm In Lincoln County For tormeauI particu larsnddruse WM LANDOKAK- tJ Krigvr Ky Commissioners SaleC- oantyOf Lams la Whitley LINCOLN CIllCUlT COUUT FlnlNullunalliukutiuntonlKy ItalntlH Va Matr farness and Othen 1nU In I In ererulionof theludgmeut renterelby Un coin Circuit luurtt Ita tpertal January Ten her lnlh abuT itjlr l ress the lot In Stanford Ky havlntf failed at a aaletiu drrtheartier of thla court In itallM 0llue1oIlCb to satiety plaintiff debt Interest and tout will on Wedncslav Jf11I0x90 On the lam In Whltley Cbunijr Ky teUtcn the hour or II v and 2 r 1111 at public outcry to the hlshrtt bidder w niurhoftbe IMitof land cautalnlnK ABOUT GOO ACRES Of the defendant Mlna Miry Vanion In Mid county an will aallify the Judgment tendered In action and tIII IOlilit Ib1 oilY to le rcallml latt being the re lilueof d lulllTi debt princliul Interest and into bald trait uf laud litltiutnlln Whltley County tyuacresof which moMur lixlp on th KM ohbe rlght ul way of the loiiliTllla Naahrllle lUllroad andWl acres more or 1110 on true WI aldollbe rlllhtolrC sail railroad The iuitnlMloner will otT r r sale err helanloreu mtirh thereof lyl ROB be Kail ilde ol the rlRhtaf way vfaald rallrtad end II Ue land on the It U dote not mllM enough io albfy the amount abut named the mwmliliner will t lien infer for aale the laml lying on the Writ Ide or the railroad cr our h u ui Iw nevn- y for that putt Tho laud ordered sold li known u tbe OlD GU1418 FAn t And buundstlon the North by the lands ofjo Dennett mini Henry U tlruiumclt On the Writ ildebr the lamb of Wm Sawyen cud Sbarl Un the South by the lands ofUtl Illlla1 helra and on the Kait by the lands ot lloyd Jonra l sfune The land U One coil land and In amx to the rallroiul makes tbe entire tract ot acm renr valuable property laweorSALKA cmlftofO and U laootha equal IniUllinrnta Inb with gad wearily wring lntent iron day ol sale until laid and hailug Ih lorn and enVt of Judgment A lien will to retained on the land tOMcurt the pay nienta for ine tmrchasa money Jt C WAIUIKN Matter CooiiulMloner Uocoln a cult Court tOlearirluSalESow RACKET STOREo- n raft buy Dry londi nothing Iknlf Khnn Hall and Giw ladles and truss KuinltMnj Clouila fur ins than seer before Now la your Umetoiupply journelfand family with WINTER GARMENTS For lets money than seer before Come one come all and take the advantage while this great sale It cuing on at the Packet Store You will never ret tuth an opportunity buy good at cheap as you tan buy now Yours grist Itargalns RHCKET STORe The Cbcapeat Store In tbe Country TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- Asoutnern Railway For the ntWlntrr Season TlIK lUiLWAr with conncctluni pmrnta the mat au perlor acheilulea through car11C1 and tranipnr tatlon arrangements generally ever olliTcd Ui the IraTel io Southern Itraorta- iKifHix DAILY TRAINR from Cincinnati and Ix ulatllle In connection with the Quern A Cvre cent II ute via Chattatooga Jeaup and Tbe Plant tcniTllKofali 8LEKIIMiClH from Cincinnati to Jacksonville with contenlent cnnnecllona from LouliTllle Tla KnnxTllle Athevllle lId Saran nah Thla Ij the Scenic Itoule throurh th Mnun taloa of Western North Carolina The Land of theriky Also through Sleeping an from Ut lotus to JacknoiiTllle In connection with the I K Aril 11 millold Air llnehrl Ix uliTllle and through MrerlnEcara in City to JackaoiiTllle vlatheX C K SA M ltallrua in connection with THE SOUTIIKRK RAILWAY va Hlrmlngbam Atlanta JuSlId The Plant System The fact Xn tblrly eight houra rom KansaCity to Jacksontllle All Agents OrllootcllD lilt sell through Win ter Excursion tickets Tla THIS RAILWAY to the llexini of Florida and the South twschedulnbukletaand Infunuatlonmall fd rrue to any Je I1KAM JILlN W P A 80 Chicago e A UAIltl TraY I Ky W A TURK 0 P A Washington O 0 W TAYLOK A O P A Loulirllld PARKERS DIDand beaoUfka alt hair Promote a hirait at TalU to itetoreq QOeay elms to JW troeo emu Mammoth Bronze Turkeys I hero tor Bale Mnminnth Hronao Turkeja raleod from Tom that weighed J3 when 10 tnunUn old Young Toina tit Pul lets s men 78 Mil J F rT Btanford JUN C PEPPInMi Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oouiity subject to tho action of the tlcinocrutlc party impport U ixillcltod DINK FARMER Is a vnntlldnto for Tnllvr oubjcct to the ac thou of the democratic party Ho ollcll your aup ort BEHZLEYf HOTEL W A BEAZLEY Pror ORAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY Splendid Accommodations to Depot and Woll 42 Ultra ItCl N UIIJ o Fine Water J T ULCKHY Special ruprcnuntutlTn of GRUrER HUBBELL CO Merchant TalloN 1T Wet llh Street Cincinnati O Will dlIa Bntnplo nl the Bt MonthInSUnfortl on tlio Sitli ut Each All shed on Uptoilnto work A misfit Is on Iropoiwltilllty with this m lthodot ilolnc bunliioia Call Id examine latent Sitinpli fall and Winter IWO- SIPOSTED I Tho whose name pM nr below atrlctly forbid any hunting nt game ot any rind at any tlmu ot the year on theIr lands end will prwcuttt to too full extent of tho uw any who violate McAllurKohnS T Harris Iormtua Ibid M s llauglitniin 8 IL k W II Shanks J W Ha ughman 6 J Kmliry J 8 Oon I 8r J H Mchlu try K M wainJ R Farris Y FOR SALE thonra niblnrd with the must popu tuskingumbinloIedbytbelnbelltdmttulltia tl nd e alie IVdn J187 Majoram MHI were tvuof Mr lluwra winning aweeptlaae herd at the World Farr Mhdrllionn are young lays with VliJvn Perks lUrron u OikiAl N uthilonihr ji l lindOiln sled Iluik hit bort individually great ant bred from the bntherdior nluckT Trios rromoable Come and or writ lot what want ItriU Stanford Ky WruranIN nerylhinc u reprreenutbyMl- aid WALTON w BlISS EVELaYN TARDIF The Seamstress Plain and Fashionable Sowing Cutting and FlttlnR a 8x cIaUy Water Work 8u W BEAZLEY D D SI Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Fain With Vltallud Air Ihjalclan In attend auce Office In the New Thompson IlulldlnR 71 FRITH HOTEL F PBASJCISCO Preprletcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY fleet Hotel n the mountain tales contMered Porten me t all train Slrelatattention to tat cling men Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to Morel p reds RiclmiiKo In Wm Uauxhcrtyi chop In Etunford and get In exchange Flour and Meal You can also buy Flour Meal Hhlp itaff linen Chicken Peed Ac cheaper my place than any where In town A trial t all I I believe my exchange will b a Rood thing for farmers and plnlgo Illtcr at transactions and full weight rood como from Duddcrnra Phi River lloller Mill and are flntClaiu MORRIS FILED Telephone No 8S t THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and roily sRSTcrrsMotel In the city making a 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from thu three principal theatres Street cars pasa the door to oil put 0 tho City Everything neat and clean FIRE LIFE 11AOOIDENT INSURANCE Oniy tho best companies represented Inquiries soliclted llf- K H MAHONV Agt Stanford HI Ca RUrLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KVI IH Receiving bin Fall and Winter Goods Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cai- N w Ntlurtegnrett Tirlrkcys For lala 0uhleradxnunthoilwel 2iffiltml hens U MUnJa MIW NOTICE I final wttleinwil with county court a aiinMof M or OL Sprmutotenot- iro b hurshy IIIrll that I will move cour- talltnest terra In January 1N to re IMM iiifroiu all llabllllf on account thereof II III IAIII e O 80DloI B G FOX LIVERY FEED AND IALEj 1DANVILLE A Ii PRICE BurgeonDenttet Stanford Ky oefar UcItobertJ1 lung Store In the Owaleyfllulldlng Stockholders Meeting A meeting ot the stockholders of tho Na tinned Hank of lluatonvlllo will IM hnld at their ttoue In lluatunvllln tho 2nd Tuesday In Jnnunry 1000 between 0 and 12 for thu lit clictlng nine dl rrctora to erve the nnaulni year J W III HUm StoeklioldcrH OahlorI A moetlni uf the atorkholdrrn ut tho Iln roln County iUnnllllllnk ot Stanford will In held lit their banking bouno tlio second Tne dav In January IWO for tho purpOM of elating alrn Lori fur the rntulnjf yi ir J II OWSlRY Cathlcr Stockholders ZtlecUn A meeting ot the stockholders of the PInttNmlonal lInk of Stanford will tIll their banking hmuso the ALcond T JanuAry for thu ot illrcctor for tbeenuingyearaiJOHN J McUOIIGItTS Cashier A I AM lEtANKTtTL i To all ot my rutoniera for their liberal pat rooago and fininipt payoienU and hope i they will continue aa have FlrHtClnNS l IIorHcISlioer end am bettor prepared than over tojtdo ork for thorn J H CREEK Stanford Ky t Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON lrorflAncaster s Kentuckyi Newly tarnished clean beds iplenJad able Everything fSratcliu lort n moot all trains 89 JOHN II CU8TLKMAK AIITII1KOIIII0IlUIl- IK ItIIlIUlIO OAIITUIIAJI ROYALINSURANCE i C ytOa Liverpool largest Fire Insurance Company In the l World Barbee Castleman f Managenl4mtbcrn bepartmenl General OlDceni Columbia UullJliig Louis t U lllo Ky M f Lincoln CountyINational Bank Capital stocklrla010 ucceixor to The farmer flank Truit Compaay sod under same management oualjr fur n Year Solicits Your Bank Aooount Itoplok such builnem relation wilt prove mutul ly ben dda1 and pinealD- IitIXTOitSr JJ Wllllam- iJ8 Owily Sr William hutch A W W II ulDmlllJIJ K Lynn IS U Bhinaa J K Ca b J OwiUf- OKF1CEKS II JliOwtlerCaiibleri W llrlght Aatcaa- hlwIRSTNATIONALBANK Of STANFOBD KY CatlUl Stock 8100000 Surplui 117683 51fTbU Inatltutlon originally established aa the III oalt Hank of Stanford In IMS then reorganlMd at tb National Dank ofStantord In IBM andagaJn oorganlMd u the Viral National flank of J Stanfor- d1819huhadpncfcallyanunlnterruptedeubtn anc for years It la better lurplled now wit facilities for transacting butlocaa promptly and lib rally tbannrer before In its long and hoaorebllcareer Aocounli of Individual lduclarle nrBii and Indlfldualiaollclted 1rlleldlJnoolDI r norm 8 II Baughman JS Hocker TF1II1I- WP Walton W A Tribble uaoularcrabOrchd U J Miller MLVernu U OEImore Stanord orriciat J S llwker Fna ntilJ J Uiiloberta CuhlrI