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Iis f II t IIltcsJhit pound 11j 4r pM onlluoe aunty 11100 said conlrtI hrnrlgne IIU1or xv sALE TUCKr n hand and v II ii tbf O1T- ctlgsg 4 of the Nu meld aL- III hems tn aDIII IIIf ntno rI Cahler ctingotthe unfont wilt- tho lCOnd- Ihlt purpose- teuln pat tat en ctlu g of the 1lut i I bo held Hi Tueday In r circling II itashler irUL 1IbtrallImod hupe 8laocrarer s ord K- yote I I Iror- 12tucky JI pleaded te Porters 89 a LAIIOM wAx NCEr 1Y l11 any tn the i Oman f tmtonl1fI IdItig Loi l61a I Bank rull tbmpasr- aottnw Bank prone muluil UlfLh I bit II blr i utCublerLBANK 1 uI17666J1 Ihed a tbeO a rnorganlreJ it ISM amUgiln nk of Stinfbnl terrupledeilil Illed flow will otuptljr and lib- land honorable lilucl rltiflrmi ijrdeu Stanford 1 iigbmna i IbblIf f ll r MtVtrnoo oberts ta6IiIcr 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXV11 STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 9 1900 9 A M NO 90 NEWS OF THE VICINAGE M F Koddlih of Somowot killed 23 quail in 30 allots John G Fee founder of Dorca Col logo Is dead aged SI r1 Roberts of Manchester has lens cd tho GarnottKouso at Richmond J II Mulllni who killed iho two Craft brothers In Laurel was acquitted- Dr Oron 111 Wlthur poon died at Lawrencoburff from Injuries received In a fall- Louis Patterson Newell aped 01 a well todo farmer of Pulaekl died sud denly last week William Hyalngor and George Mul line of Kockuastlo killed 100 bird and 105 rabbit In a three days hunt The Lebanon bank have compro mised with too fiscal court for taxes for county purposes for 1809 by paying CO per cent on their capital stock Thk fiscal court of Pulatkl agreed to compromise with KxShcrllT Watson for 92500 and ExSheriff Cooper for 3000 says the P II Journal G E Ulack of Mndlion county pur chasing anent for Nelson MorrU L Co Chicago married Mies Mary Crawford daughter of Harry Crawford n wealthy farmer of Clark county Lieut Robert Stevenson of Somer let formerly a member of the First i Kentucky who eaw active scrvico In Puerto Rico has boon appointed mlll t tury Instructor at Central University In a general tight on Otter crook In Clay county Saturday Llgo Lewis nnJ General May were killed and four oth er participants wounded Four of thu men who took part In the fight arc In jail at Manchester Andrew Warren aged s fatber of thattplcndld democrat Matthew War ron of Somerset died In tho Whlto Lily section of 1ulaskl The P II Journal say bo was ono of tho best citizen In the county Frank S Alexander express messenger on tho Queen S Crescent had his right arm fraoturcd and thrown out of joint In loading express between Dan villa and Uurgin and he was put oft at Xlcholasvlllo to bavo his limb reset Kugcno Cassoll aged about CO years a farmer living In Jessamine was that and kilted by a chicken thief Ho went to tho chicken houio and after ho was killed hll wife and children wcro afraid to loavo the house and his body nighti Clay le up against It a grand jury of Franklin indicted blrn for seducing MIte Katlo Wood tbo daughter of lIon David Woods of Clay county who represented that district in tho Legislature In 1803 The seduction is 4uld to have taken place at Frankfort 1803 at tho homo of ICash parents who at that time conducted a legislative boardlnir house Koth was a republican elector for tho State at largo in the latpresidential campaign J GILDEKTS CREKK Jako Robinson Is feeding cattle this season at W II Truylors distillery A valuable steer belonging to AT Try lor was killed Saturday near tho clop yard by being pushed over tbo ollft by the other attlo Wm Moaor has sold his farm near this place to hlsibrothor John Motor at too per aero and will remove with his family to tho placo recently purchased by him near McCorroacks Mr Moser is u good citizen and as suet enjoys tho confidence and esteem of his neighborsMr Mrs J P Doty visited rela tives near this place Mr Johnson who was Miss Llzzlo Palmer has been the guest of her sister Mrs A 1j Traylor Nanette tho pretty little ytdaughter of Mr and Mrs J04 Ar noldof Hyatlsvlllo spent several days with her little cousins Franklo Dot and Willlo Gordon Traylor Mr an Mrs J A Duddcrar entertained a fow days ago in honor of Mr and Mrs Craig Gooch tho newly married couple and those present bad quito an enjoy able day Duns annual rovlow says Tho fall 6 urea of 1809 are the smallest over re ported since 1831 with tho lowest av sot commercial liabilities over 6reported and with greater evidence of commercial soundness and Industrial prosperity than hue appeared In another y annual statement Tho Chesapeake S Ohio has about completed its now double track system between Ashland and Clifton Forgo and by Juno 1 the enllro main line will bo under a double track system IIoperatc4 Dig Rend Tunnel near Illn l ton Va which Is so narrow that It will not permit of two tracks Edwards Sinclair cashier of tho Do posit funk of Russollvlllo was shot und dangerously wounded at Kovsburg Ky by W H Klllston of Nashville Toga his brothoivlnlaw Tho shoot lag was without apparent causa and friends of EllUton say his mind Is wrong Tho Pennsylvania railroad company sustained a loss of 8100000 by the burn j ing of Its Junlata blacksmith shop In J Pennsylvania McKINNEY Our old and much loved friend J C Goodc who hall been In almost con stant service as agent for tboC S and later tho Qt C R R at Eubankf for moro than 20 years has tnndcrad his resignation and will likely retlro from the service altogether Of the vast umber of employes of tho Q 01 abettor man thun J C Goodo could hardly bo found and the olllco at Ku banks will scum Incomplete without himHon Henry Taylor of Casey was hero Sunday on his way to Frankfort Ho has been in tbo Legislature four soya and says bo Is tiring of It already on account of Its disgusting partisan features What has become of the good morals our lathers sought to In still Shull our greed for otllclal po sitions lend us to dishonor tho men whom we should emulate and delight to honor A rumbling from unclon graves as If their corpses were turning ace downward is tho only response T W Walker and wife have packed their goods and loft for High Drldgr Kentucky and points In Illinois Henry Tombs has moved In and will look after their property until their return next Spring Dr Frank Grldor has purchased of Cicero Reynolds the prop arty on the elevation near the school house and has moved Into It The pricu paid was ti 0 D L Moore tho blacksmith who bad to roovo on account of tbo trade Is now quietly domiciled In Dr Alcorns property on Main street G M Combcat tho druggist is now keeping house on tho corner of Main and Stanford streets Mrs Comboit having finished bar school near Mln tonvlllc and joined him hero a few days ago W D Gooch who served his county for 10 consecutive years as a democratic justice of the peace has just paid his daughter Mrs Lulu Gooch a three week visit The old gentleman is halo and hearty and tho 75 years that ho will havo rounded upon tho 20th should fortune favor d not seem to havo left their Imprint eo visibly upon him as upon many mot much younger than be Ho spends much of his time reading and thinks the present scramble for oDlco by tho saw tangled democracy in Kentucky enough to disgust all honest people W C Bryant and family have return ed from a tofcral days visit to rela fives In Illinois and NoW York Mr Bryant In again at his post at the depot and Mr Vandeveer who mado many friends hero in a short time has gono to Moreland for the present Rev J A Gooch of flutter visited his son W D and his brother VStt hero last week Ho is severely aOllctcd with callous nerves of tbo feat and is being treated by tbo best physician M who say that when well ho will be able to walk on a red hot bar of Iron and not feel any pain from it Ho Is now abje to walk but not willing to tho hot Iron Miss Manclo Ward spent the holidays with her parent W R GOOCH ourarticle faying that democrats should discriminate In favor of Cincinnati because Louisville mer chants havo trade themselves obnox ious tho Lexington herald sayt If tbo subscribers to sod readers of tho INTEHIOK JOURNAL want tO got tb best gouda for tbo least money the will not go to either Louisville or Cia cinnati but will come to Lexington where whether they bo democrats o republicans prohibitionists or popu later they will bo treated courteously honestly fairly und Jet what they trap cheaper than any other city In Kentucky or Ohio SciiOLAUSUil FHKE You may by soar Col leges Savannah Nashville1 St Louis Llttlo Rock Ft Worth Galveston or Shreveport Best patronized In tho South For full particulars address Tho Illustrated Youth and Ago Nash ville Tonn Hoods Sarsaparilla Proverb calen dar for 1000 is the prettiest wa have seen It Is borno in trout of two Ilttl girls whoso fresh sweet laces as dainty robes of blue and pink form pleasing picture upon which to loo during tho coming year Wo are In dobted to tho firm for a coupleof them o WORKING IIIGKT ANDY Thehlulotaml btlfSt IIttl thing that pulea0111IrflllIIItow by Ivony UriiKgltl ycsicramp colic writes 11 F Hess and general merchant Dickeys Moun pain Pa tile bad tried various homo remedies without relief As I had used CliniiibcrlnlnH Colic Cholera and Dia r hoe a Itcmcdy I gave him a doso and it soon brought him out all right I never saw a fellow so rejoiced Sold by Craig nk Hockcr Druggists LANCASTER ft Xlmmcr is hero preparing to open his confectionery and restaurant Crow Eye in the Record tells the truth about blind tigers and dude Ho proposes to tell bow to cage the tigers An puzzles aro going the rounds please tellmo how a quart of whisky can be put Into a plot llask all ut one time It can bo done I am glad to note that Senator Farris sad Representative Ray are ou impor font committees In the Legislature and they will dUchargu their duties unless Wballeu Interferes I extend hearty congratulations to Hon George E Stono and the beet wishes to his bride Ho has gained a victory worth the long battle which prcclous Mr John Francis manager of G M Pattersons electric plant at Corbln was robbed last week of about 150 and aomo books Tbo books were afterwards found novat out alono and robbetl Prof J U Patterson and Hon J Hunt McMurlry have wired tho problem gluon In tbo IVTKIIIOK JOUHNAL In reference to the UOO acres of land Send something dlllleult over here requiredSendIL Call T A Elkln has returned from Atlanta having sold tile mules Mr and Mrs J1V Poor huvgl moved to their beautiful homo on the Danville road J A Heazley Is now solo proprietor of bill furnlturo and undertak lag business having bought tbo Inter est of Mr Thomas Baughraan Mr W H Atkinson of MagoHln Is U 8 Storekeeper at Pilgrimage die tillery Prof George Dunlup of Lex ington was hero last week Mr J A Roy ton family has moved to Junc tion City Reuben Naylor will move to town Prof J U Patterson tolls mo that ho has 10 now pupils In tho grad ed school Tho latest wonder Is that republicans aro defending Jno Whallen but they would defend tbo deyll If ho should bo como so degraded as to champion their cause In fact some of them bora are anarchists as they defy the law and say that Goobel should not bo permit ted to tako his sent even if the Legis Insure declares that ho is entitled to it Tho like of moving and changing was rover known in Lancaster before 11V Norris Is now in tbe Thompson block J AL Logan Is in tho Owsley block Wm loll Clay Hamilton Ed Gaines R E Thompson and probably C D Powell will all start grocery stores making 15 in all Fuulconor mind Herndon hare moved Into the room va cated by J Ah Logan The very low depths to which some people can tall is shown by the practice of writing anonymous letters This time some one wrote Rev J C Masses a letter about the buslncsa conduct of ono of his members although tho trans action was perfectly legitimate Th act of writing the letter shows a mallg nant spirit without the courage to como out and make the charge public ly Mr John Bright census supervisor for the 8th district was hero last week districting this county Ho says that there will be eight districts in the wlly1 g working days in Juno Wo had a bro seems 10 mental vigor which ho possessed long ago totrp is commendable but It verifies the fact that we ao hero worshippers Start charity lund for worthy widows of worthy men who died in peace or in war but who had lived in obscurity and ono tenth of tbo amount would not be raised Charity calls for general aid Its objects should not ba selected alone from those In the higher walks of life whero It is least needed Janice Ware who is In the military service at Manila having enlisted at Hopklnsvllle sent his sister Mrs R E McRoborts an issue of Tho Amer ican a largo flatly paper published lcad g tokp and Anheusur beer advertised It ad vertises a Hong Kong banking corpor atioh with a capital of 810000000 and pubi tLrl vors tho British MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY It h certainly gratifying to the IuMlo to know ot one convent In the laud who are uot afraid to lJO proprloCrmillion Iheeetllacllonofknoxlmgltbasahsolutelyrurthouuudsofhoteles s HonrKMiex ands ilkum of the Throat Chett 01l11IIny1ruIjIILSOc JJvcry boffin or prlu roo dutlcd w iWlncbestor SENT SOLUTIONS TO THE FIG URI PUZZLE Ten days ago wo printeda figure puzzle and altered three months sub scription fur the first correct solution To solo the following persons havo sent answers which shows bow widely read the paper is and what interest is taken In it Advertisers will please note The namo of the winner will bo given in Fridays paper Sam W Severance Louisville J S Owsloy Jr Stanford John W Miller Lancaster Mrs nL Albright Rowland C Butcher Jr Crab Orchard J C RInoburt Crab Orchard Rev M P Morgan MuKlnnoy Miss fettle Royston Marksbury J W Hayden Stanford II F Brooks Eddyvlllc s Goo PCrowo Ilustonvllle Mrs T C Guile McCreary Mr D L Trimble Lexington J T Leaven Lancaster G A Benedict Booker Charles L Ashley rurncrsvllle D W Trlbblc Richmond W II Poppies Rowland Mrs Lizzie AL TotteD Stanford Mrs W W Bruce Perry vllle Mrs G H Patton Crab Orchard J A Pleasants Crab Orchard Phil Pettus Crab Orchard B F Walter Lancaster i Mrs II D McClure Turncrsvllle C L Prultt Hustonvtlle Miss Florino Ware Mt Salem James Bullock East Bernsladl Mrs James L ToUen Stanford Mrs Mary D Bryan Stanford Isaiah White Stanford Miss Marguerite Klnnalrd Lancaster George Ealy Stanford Calvin White Crab Orchard J N Brown Level Green J M Carter Moreland H APlcaeanls Crab Orchard W C Bryant Mlddloburg N A Tyree Brodhcud John Johnson Kldds Store B K iwopo MIddloburg Miss Alice Hall Yosemite T C Gulley McUrcary J R Tburman Lancaster Louie Nave McCreary Rev B C Horton Harriman Teno1 J H Thompson Prcachorsville Jesse Hockcr Turncrsville J A Wall Yosemite W L Babbitt Valley Oak T T Burdott Bryantaville- MlasPoenhontaeConnJoncsburgMo J M Carter Sr Moreland Mlea Lora B Bohon Klddd Store Prpf M O Winfrey Stanford J W Bailey Norwood Mrs H T Bush Stanford Miss Lizzie Portman Stanford W M Bright Stanford John Bailey Texas J M Carter Sr Moreland No lP J Austin Mt Salem Jack Hlatt E well I John Bright Stanford J L Alvcrson Washington City JT Erabry Stanford oD R Adams Highland S R Cook Rowland Doc Bourne Hubble J F Carter Moreland MiddleburgrJ C Cain Terrell Vincent Geer Stanford UNCLE JostlTbut sterling at traction Undo Josh Spruceby will appear at Walton Opera House Thursday nlghtllth The popularity o this celebrated New England comedy i phenomenal It Is now In its 10th successful season and its drawing powers are still on the Increase A very largo coat is necessary for the proper produc 1athe company The manager Mr Lev- I has secured a remarkably strong company of acting people All the scenery is now and many now mechan ical effects am introduced The sensa tional saw mill scone is used and as a press critic says It is so realistic that it is almost painful New and bright specialties are Introduced A big orchestra of 12 soloists is carried by the company and tbo splendid pro gram of classic and popular airs ran dered Is a featureS RED HOT moil THE dUH Naelheball that liltJn 8lcaduun of New ark Mlcb11I the llvU War JL use1 borrlhle ThinBucklcpHrulMf Burns llolli Felons Cornt Skin Crun 001CURI Kentucky will furnish a Wild West show next season Terrell brothers of Paducah are preparing to take the road with ono in the spring They aro experienced amusement promoters and wero the owners of a circus some years ago They will put out with 300 pee ple 40 wagons 160 horses and will trayel on 20 curs Tbo largest Christmas present yet recorded Is the purse of 8120000 which tbo American Express Company die tributes among its employees Each employee got a 95 gold plcco An Indianapolis firm has leased the lead and zinc lauds W Bourbon and Bill erect smelting works at once Pagi rosY 1We wish to announce to the people of Stanford and vicinity that we have rented a room in the Myers House and for the next few days we will ofler Special Inducements to those wishing to purchase a fine Piano We have selected a number of choice pianos representing the sit fcrcnt makes manufactured by us and in order that they tray be sold in this territory wo will oflcr Special Itt ducemeiits in Price and you are invited to call an ex amine these pianos nail get Our prices W II Gmsox Spl Salesman De HI BALDWIN S CO If our goods give satisfation tell others if not tell us Asa NoW Years Gift 1fiIf11fjr 111 f1 JLMEii And in offering a handsome lino of Storm and Dress Overcoats TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT For Cash Dont fall to see them Shoes also reduced Shirts Underwear qnd Mackintoshes THE GLOBE r J L Frohman Co Phone 136 Danville0- 000000000000OOOOC000000000000000000 t o 0 g W+ 1c OJ3ET g g DRUGGIST STANFORD 8 gOIEIA HOUSE LOCK gt ggs o o- Q Special Attention Given to the Compounding of IresclpHons Scientificallyy 0andwith CaroogTerms Cash Telephone No 27 g 0oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo- r h v v oII = = == == W = == =l Ij II 1 USEFUL PRESENTS I Ladles nncl Gents j1 r SILK e UHBRELLASm r1 cijiJn IV MOQUETTE RUGS II IIFN il Wt rt l WI 1it 111tJ H J MROBERTS dr d 200 UPTODATE HORSES 200 The only genuine and pleasureborbe The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky TwentyThird Sale Jan 3031 Feb 1 2 1900 I hope utter selling 6500 horses coupled with honest upright dealing will widen my a rgo circle of patrons Why do all firstclass men suit hero Tho best on earth to doll horses tho best buyers tho best prices Tho I CAM Cost Above nil OENEIUI Serfs ACTION yrlte for terms nnd entry blanks E I1 FAULCONEH DANVILLE Kv THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY t This is now the most up to date Gallery In Central Kentucky having boon re candy equipped with tbe marvelous Anastlginat Lenses the now discovery in optical science to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received a large stock of tbo veryIlatest Designs ir Jyjouldi gs+ Patterns never sold in thU locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from tho simplest photograph to tho most elaborate paintings tho New French mouldings specially for suitable delicatepictures Embroidered Mate French Water Colors and pictures that re quire a dainty frame When in Danville call and sea us and got our prices Wo will save you money 1 121 Third Street Opposite Post Oflico Danvllle Ky tiTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 9 1900 tJ W P WALTON TEN democrats and one populist will hear the contest of Senator Goebel for the governorship and nine democrats the contest for and two republicans lieutenant governor In the two con tests for seats In the Senate the demo crate drew seven out of nine to try ono case and eljrht out of nIne to try the other In the contests for scats in the House the democrats drew majorities on eight committees and tho republi 10 The committee cans got majorities on to try the contest of Walker vs Ray from Garrard county Is solid ly democratic but the redheaded turncoat will doubtless get full justice There was no charge of unfairness in the drawing in the Senate but certain republicans tried to besmirch the reputation of Clerk Ed 0 Leigh the latches of whose shoes they are not worthy to unloose by charging that bo had placed the names of democrats in one end of the box and republicans In the other and shook the box in t such a way that the relative positions would not bo changed The outrageous charge was denounced by resolution presented by Representative Cantrlll as false and unbecoming a legislative body One of tho republicans who made the charge of unfairness withdrew It and said that the drawing was entirely fair The object of the whole business was to discount the committees in advance and counteract the ex posure of their efforts through Wbal len to bribe members to vote their way Nothing seems too low for the republl cans to do but their efforts are always so transparent that they trip themselves up- EDrron GELATT of the Louisville Commercial speaks of Gov Bradley as a recent convert to republicanism as he Gelatt understands the meaning of the word and then goes on to say that the governor sulked in his tent and It was only at the 11th hour and after great persuasion that he was Induced to champion the cause of Taylor and his gang Notwithstanding all this however bo thinks that the governor Is entitled to the honor of the rnrmhlf can nomination for U S Senator A 4recent convert to republicanism for republican fightingwont go Bradley was principles before even Gelatt was Hannarlzed By the way tho t Commercial seems to have fallen out with the world and the rest of mankind The effort to intill Ohio politics j fnto Kentuckians wont work and In Its efforts to force It down their throats the Commercial seems to have lost Its constituency if It had one JUDGE CANTRILL very promptly and properly nOdoubt granted tho Injunction asked by Election Commissioners Poyntz Fulton and Yontz against Tay lors appointees Mackoy and Cochran interfering In the trial of contests Then in order to permit an appeal at once to the court of appeals so that the matter can be settled fully and finally the judge on his own motion dissolved the injunction The attorneys for the democratic commissioners will at once give notice and ask one of the judges of the court of appeals to reinstate the injunction temporarily until the case can be heard on Its merits before a full court Meanwhile the regular commissioners will proceed with their work as if nothing had happened and take up the contests tomorrow as previously announced Too candidates for the minor olllces are jubilant ove Judge Con trills decision as It virtually gives them the offices if sustained IN order to facilltitu matters and prevent the republicans from attempt- Ing to prevent a joint session for con sidering contests the Senate by a vote of 20 to 14 adopted a rule making Speaker Trimble chairman of the joint session instead of the acting lieutenant governor Marshall Tho house voted on the rulo yesterday and also adopted it It further provides that a jointscs slon may bo called by Speaker Trimble IT Is said that the Jeglslature can try Whallcn and Ryaa for their attempts to bribe Senator Harrell and if it found them guilty the governor can not pardon them If this be true the greasy carcass of the Buckingham boss will pretty soon be inside of jail In stead of his low down dive from whence he conducts the affairs of the socalled honest election league SENATOR QUAY is playing In bad luck The committee had voted 4 to 3 against seating him and ho sought to win votes in the Senate by appealing the stomachs of the members but it wouldnt work Of the 40 Inyitcd to a swell dinner given by him only 15 accepted It Is pretty safe to predict that Quay wont be seated HON JOHN M MELOANS new pa per the Kentucky Stato Democrat published at Frankfort is worthy of Its sire and ltd name There is no Brown bolting element In its make up but is straight democratic goods a yard wide and all wool and deserves to grow and prosper THE way courts go for an estate when thoy get a chance tb fix a fee for u law gar is a caution A judge at Chicago has just allotted Robt T Lincoln and his partner 415000 for winding up tho estate of the late George M Pullman the palace car man It Is said to bo the largest amonnt ever allowed in the State and was done probably on the idea that tho Pullman estate ought to be divided among tho people whom he and his porters had robed JUDGE TARVIN set aside a divorce decree because the man married before his court adjourned but tho court of appeals promptly turned him down A judge In Louisville who heard 250 pe tltlons for divorce last year thinks however that a law should bo passed providing that divorced people ohall not marry within a year at least TILE first week of the Legislature re sulted in the strengthening of democracy all along tho lines We confi dently believe that in Insa than a month Goebel and his ticket will bo In full and undisputed possession of the likes to which they wore elected TILE Louisville Commercial continues to tear its shirt but as It is the only loaei nobody pays any attention to Its four column horse typo editorials POLITICIANS AND POLTICS A Bryan banquet to cost 85 a plate Is bolcg arranged at Frankfort The Senate committee voted 4 to 3 against seating Quay of Pennsylvania lion P H Taylor of Casey and A R Dyche of London are applicants for State Inspector and examiner Yes Lord theres trouble in the land pwlno to take thq office out of Hog Jaws hand Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Whallen has made a cold bluff by swearing out a warrantagalnst Senator Harrell charging him with obtaining money under false pretenso The Senate after formal charges against John Whallen and Charley Ryan the bribers adopted a resolution appointing an investigating committee Hon M V Sullivan was nominated by the joint democratic caucus of tbo Mississippi General Assembly for the short term In the United States Senate Representative Hopkins of the ways and means committee says that no changes in the war tax will bo rondo at this session of Congress And at no other he might have added till theI democrats come into power Kentucky is not in such bad shape with a democratic Legislature sending up to tho Senate that strong democrat Joo Blackburn Next year Virginias daughter will give a good account of herself Hanover Va Herald A bill to provide for a now capitol was Introduced In the House at Frankfort yesterday It creates a board of Statehouse commissioners and sets aside three cents out of the tax levy on each 100 of property for a Statehouse fund Green Keller who had met with the antlGoebelltes passed home en route from Frankfort saying that Goebol seemed to have everything his own way and would get the ofllccs for himself and other democrats Paris Ken tucklan Stato Treasurer Day is said to be Ineligible because of his age It is claimed that he Is only 28 years of ago and the law requires the treasurer to bo 30 This ought not to cut any fig ure however since ho will stay In such a short time At a Jackson day banquet in Chicago Col W J Bryan took strong grounds against the currency bill now bcforo Congress and declared the entire policy of the administration in relation to the Philippines to be utterly wrong His speech was received with great enthus iasmIn the Senate committees George T Farris is made chairman both of banks and Insurance of enrollments und placed on railroads and commerce rules and religious and morals N W Utley Is chairman of penitentiaries and houses of reform and Win Goebel of rulesHonP M McRoberts was put on the committees of codes of practice county and circuit courts Lafferty heads tho Judiciary committee and other Important chairmanships are Railroads Nelson Statutes Terrell Mu nlcl pall tlesCb ar I ton Corporations Renlck Charitable Institutions Hin ton Elections Boslcy In a note to the Courier Journal President M H Smith of the L N says All of the allegation against the Louisville It Nashville Railroad Company contained In the notices of contest for tho offices of governor und lieutenant governor as published in your Issue of the 3d test are untruo In an Interview at Chicago Uroy Woodson says Mr Goebel will be in possession of the governors office be tween Jan 25 and Fob There will bo no troublo for the republicans un derstand that we have the fighters on our side and If they attempt to use force to retain Taylor Iri tho chair wo will simply clean them out Tho GoebelTaylor and Beckhara Marshall contest committees have been organized the former with Represen tative Hickman as chairman and the latter headed by Senator Coleman Rule have been adopted and arrange ments made both for joint eceelons and for sub committees The taking of tes timony will begin Jan 15 and will close Jan 23 A report to the General As sembly will bo made the fret week In FebruaryIt significant fact that all of the practical politicians Sommors Whallen and Ryan caught dead to rights conspiring to bribe are shining lights In the Honest Elections Democrats faction which claims a monop oly of political virtue In Kentucky and ono of them Wuallon Is the ruling spirit ot the Honest Election League Blunt old Sam Johnson was not far wrong when ho defined a not uncommon brand of patriotism as the lat resort of scoundrels Louisville Times BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Six generations of tho Wilier family live in Louisville Engineers are figuring on a water way from the lakes to the Atlantic and say It can be made for 900000000 In a Pluto Indian camp In Oregon a man killed his wife fatally wounded and then committed three other persons suicide Henry Rowland of Carlisle Ind drank a quart of whisky In eight minutes and died a horrible death a few hours later- Mortgages for 5000000 are being filed In Kentucky counties on the prop erty ot the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company The handsome choral hall of tho Leldcrkranz Society corner Cth and Walnut Louisville was destroyed by fire loss 35000 Insurance 18800 Thomas Downs a convict being tak en back to Jollot jumped from a Monon train going at full speed but sustained only a few bruises Ho was recaptured H H Warner tho safe cure man has fled u petition In bankruptcy and no as with liabilities of 2310027 the principal sets Tho newspapers are creditors Total tire losses for tho year through out the United States are estimated at 141512550 In tho enormous sum of and in 1S07 1220000001893 they were 110000000 There are now in the Philippines or total of 05000 men on the way there a Of these 31000 are regulars All have arrived save tho 4lst and 48th Infantry which are at sea When the Boers form a firing line nobody Is left to look after the hones which aro trained to remain wbcro feel tho reinsthey are as soon as they dropped over their necks W W Watt was taken from tho sta Va byNews tion house at Newport mob and shot to death for criminally assaulting Mrs T M Simpson wife of an employe of the ship yard Gen A W Greely chief signal offi cer was thrown down a flight of steps and seriously hurt by drunken express messenger who was trying to force his way Into the generals residence The Virginia Military Institute at Lexington Is to abandon tho plan of observing Now Years day as a holiday substituting for It Jan 10 tho anniver sary ot the birth of Gen Robert E Lee George Whitney a Negro convicted and sent to Ihc- penltentlary In Jefferson connty for eight years was shot tho prison at Frankfortand killed at by Guard N J Slpples whom ho had attacked with a knife The Boors have evidently determined to capture Lady to exert every power smith and the heavy lighting of Saturday was renewed Sunday a terrific en marked by hand to han gnltemont Both sides fighting lasting all day and lost displayed the greatest courage heavily though Gen White says he had the best of it in this respect CHURCHES AND PREACHERS will preach Rev Nathan Singleton at Falrview church Saturday apd Sun day mornings Rev J II Dew U assisting Rev J Wendell Blackburn In a meeting at tho Montlcello which hud Baptist church at last resulted In seven confessions reports Mill Sallio Shackelford of Elizabeth town who Is 102 years old has lived in threo centuries 1700 1800 and 1000 of the Baptistmember She has been a heath Is stillHerchurch 85 years good recommended The week of prayer Alliance Is being by tho Evangelical observed by the churches unitedly n8 of services Is as usual The program follows Last night nt the Methodist church Confession Ser subject Prayerful vices led by Rev P W Allen Tuesday night at tho Baptist church Prayer for tho Church Unl tmujvuK vcrsal led by Rev W M Brltt Wednesday night at the Christian Prayer for Nations church subject and Rulers led by Rev S M Rankin Thursday night at tho Presbyterian Prayer for l amlHes- and h subjectVUV Schools led by Rev J B Crouch Friday night at tho Methodist church subject Homo and Foreign Missions led by Rev R B Mahony Members of the church and citizens generally are Invited to attend these services Capt Arthur C C Master formerly Guards died at Middles of tho Queens boro no was the lust member of the once powerful British colony at that place LAND AND STOCK John A Wood sold hero yesterda3j yearlings at 22 T W Ivlnnoy bought of J O Hays 20 calves tit S10 At a sale In Mercer corn sold at2 to 240 lu tho crib J H Dunn bought of John Saundors a bull calf for 25 Ceo A Tucker sold to Josh Swopo three mules at 71 Wilkinson it Allen sold 10 calves hero yesterday at eli- M J Brough sold to OIenh Carter a pair of mules for SldO Foil SAL100 good ewes H C Kunnolloy Mlllcdgovlllo R C Nunnelloy bought of Allen Wright 30 yearlings at 31 to 4o Jes oC Lynn bought of George D Boone a lot of butcher stuff at 3Jc W M Hyslnger sold to James I Hamilton a pair of tunics for 100 I have a lot of bluegrai seed for tile A W Carpenter Danville G A Swlnobroad bought a lot ol butcher cattle hero yesterday at 3ic Florida btrawburrlcs have arrives in Louisville and sell ut 81 a gallon- D C Allen shipped over 0000 cattle sheep and hogs to Cincinnati in 1800 A Harrison county farmer sold to Simon Well 124 export cattle at 540- Henderson Baugh of Highland has hall a number of hogs to dlo of cholera J M Coffey and R E Gaines have vaccinated their cattle to prevent black leg Newell ft Higgins Bros Ansel Iu asp county have 40 steer calves for sole G A Peyton sold to Thomas Pence and Will Cordior 50 owes att and to a German some fat hogs at 4o The Alabama supreme court has affirmed tho decision that horse racing la Illegal In that State Brady Terry bought of H D Baugbman some butcher cattle at 305 and of various parties hogs at 31c R L Hubble tell us that he Capt T A Klkln and J C Kubanks sold 100 cotton mules In Atlanta at 76 to 3760 The livery stable property occupied by Fox Si Logan has been sold to that firm by Jerry a Caldwell for 8000 AdvocateM Baughman bought ot I M Dunn of Garrard a jack by Joe Black burn for 9500 and will tuna him tho coming season Isaiah White sold to J K Coffey of Mlddlcburp 160 barrels of corn at 12 at the crib and to D CAllen 16 111 pound shoats at 3 A dispatch from tho groat eanut raising portion of Virginia says tho crop Is abnormally largo and tho goobers only bring 21 cents a pound- T J Curtis of Klrksvlllc sold to Frank Walker of Atlanta a car of mules 21 In number at 100 William Arnold sold to Virginia parties anoth cr oar at 105 Richmond Register The Advocate says that E p Faul concr Is back from Bowling Green Sholbyvllle und other points whero ho booked over 100 horses for his salo which begins Jan 30 and lasts four days C T Sandidgo will make tho season atDanvIllo with tho great prcnlum saddle stallion Preston and a trotting Bullion by the famous lied Wllke Look out for their pedigrees In this paper in duo time W W Lyon and A T Hunn sold to Henry Garten of Marion 13 mules at 75 and a harness mire for eI0130 Thoy sold to D C Allen some butcher stulT at 2lc to 3ic and n bunch of hogs at 3o and bought of Kid Jowph Bill lou a mare mule far eoo COUNTY COUUT A good crowd attended court yesterday but the cattle marketwas dull and not snore than half ot the 150 hero changed bands About 4c was tho ruling price for yearlings with heifers J to lo lower There was some demand for butcher cattle at 2 to 3iu but tho supply was short Some 20 or 25 mules changed hands at tU to 1100 The homo market was slow Commissioners Sale- Of Lands In Whitley County LINCOLN CinClIT COUIIT Pint National Jiank url tanlord hy 1UInlllT V K Varnon and Olhcn IViJendanU In Biiulty n eucutlon or the judgment renlert Iy Un coin tiU TermInMtanronl ly having railed at a puhik ule un tier the order of till court to rrallro money enough touilify plalnlllidebt Inttrent and cuiti l will on Wcdiicstlav Jan zo 1900- On the land In VVblllrv County Ky between the honnof It and II M11 at public outcry to th Iollllot bJderao murhuflhe trartof land aUgABOUT 50O ACRES Of the defendant Mlu Mary Varuon In ial t county ae will aatlify the judginent rendered In action and Hit amount oa that day to bo reillrnl till IlliMi being tlio rraiilutor i lalntllTi debt lrloelIlntnedaDll08lobll I1I Wliltlry Counly KytfWarre of which more or 1Ie uit the Karl tide ortbu rlxhiotway of the toulivllle t Nasutlllo ItallroHii 980 acre snore or leas tie on tin West std of the rlghl ot way of said rail road The coiiiialwloner will oltrfor sale flrit tljfllandoran much thereof on the last lileol ofway ofaaldrallnwd ami lithe Und on theEast aide does not critic ennnli to atltfy the mount nbots named the romiuUilonor will tIell otrerfaraaletheland lying on lheWeet- thetils of railroad or much a ncrtu ry or that purpose Tbe land onieral told It knuwn as th OJD GIIr18 FAn 1 Andliounded on the North by the land of Joe Dennett and Henry I Itrnuunett On thin Wet tldeHy tho lands or Win Sawyers sad Mrs Bharp On Ilia South by the land oral Illlla helri ud on the lad by the lsnd of lloyd Jones Lafurte The land li line root Und and IU item to the railroad make the entire tract of eons froIJOrtJKI t emlrt ore end months pual Installments on lands with good bearing Interest from day ol sale until paid and hsvltii tho lorro nnl ell ct ol judgments A lien will retained on the menu for the purchase Matter 1II0noyI JANUARY I Glcaranoe sale Lively shopping hbre since our great Clearance Sao commenced This wltlo Juke and popular IIOIIMI has Indeed prctcntvd tits busiest appearance of any storeJn Stan ford since Inauguration of its January Clearance Sale The announcements for this week will give you nn Idea of tho rcninrkablo Inducements offered during title tin usual sale THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITYI- t is ours only to reduce stock Wlillo taking stock w threw out some choice Liar salnR Ii 0 14Ono lot of Hoys and Musses Under One lot of Childrens Cloaks to closest wear cheap nt 50c per stilt clearance OSc tl2t childs Jacket for 12 3250 for price 32c for shirt and drawers as long M a t3 Jacket fOS for a f3 50 Jacket they last 3 Gates of Blue mack and Whllo Shirt One lot of Ladies Union Suits SOc lug Print at II and 5- cygrailo to close 3Jc Iftlr of Mens Tim Shoes 1 50 grade Ladles lUbbctl Vests fleeced lined on to close out 91 ly 15c two for 25c 23 1nlit of Boys Shoes that sell at 50 Pairs of Ladle Turnsole Shoos lace 1125 and 8160 lUbe closed at 03c button worth from 9160 to 1260lndles Jackets 1303 for all Jankoi leaning price uSe as long M they 1350 for a t5 Jacket 4275 for a f4 Jack osj to 4toto50 for a 350 Jacket One lot of 10 I rs 0 Childrens Odd Pants one lot of lW Pants osll and 3 to close at His per pairMen at f100 Now is your chance f you need a forA few of f2 Tanta to elsho at SIWor cloak Sac for al 25 Cape 913 a 175 Cape 1133 for II 82 Capo and 3 Dozen Boys Jeans Knee Panti age 350 for a f5 Capo 4 toTyciw to clOlo at 16c f Special Bargains l ire Gotfiino AT THE LOUISIVLLE STORE I A URBANSKY CO Proprietors TD RANK Manager Stanford Female College f WILLIAM SIIKLTON Pni iuisT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiediFor admission call on I 5 a TRADE WITH q JAMES FRYE Husbonville AND SAVE MONEY s PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints And Oils Telephone No2 Stanford Ky f AfJCABSONJv STANFORD KY It The Recognized Loader In The Following Articles CarriagesfBuggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness At The LowestPrices Cypress Shingles 5v Iron Fence Lc3xLSTAFORD y Metal Roofing SSPS Mill Work THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i STANFORD KY JAN 9 IQOO 0 WALTON BUBINISS MANAGER tETHY best materials combined with and accuracy Insure good results No othor methods aro over used In our proscription work Penny Drug Storu PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Mn J J MYRIIS its In bed with tho grip lION M F NORTH went to Plnovlllcf Sunday LITTLE MISS OA8TKLLO DUKDBRAR is very R L IIUHMLt went to Ellzabethtown yosWday MR JAms WALKER GIVENS of McKlnncy Is Ill of pneumonia Miss MINNIE RuiLKY is down In Mercer getting up a select school MRS ELIZA WILCIIER Is Juit recovering froth a sevcro spoil of the grip JutxiK WILLIAM TorrKNof Lancas tel spent several days with his eon J L Totten Miss FLORENCE ELLIOTT of Liber ty has been tho guest of MIre Kathar Ino Wllcher MR TIM W HiaaiNS of Louisville spent several days withe relatives and old friends hero OUR friend Mr Daniel Ilolman of Crab Orchard suffered a severe horn orrhaga Saturday Miss ADA SnrLTON of Rowland was tho guest of Mrs C C Davis Mt Verton Signal THOMAS D NKWLANO JR Is a homo from Danvlllo to have n very Ingrowing nail treated JUDOKJC HBMPIIILL of Lancas ter uamo over Sunday to catoh onto tho was of a flril clais town MRS IR KVANS who has been vii iting her sister MN A L Carter rc turned to Louisville yctlorday THE many friends of Mr Bodell Chancellor aro glad to know that ho uiw aoovaarl Item his recent Illness Mt Vornon Signal speaks of I1m V Blkln as W P Klklns Brer Albright Is arguing himself un known Missus ANNA CROW and Edna Carroll Camnltz of Huslonvlllc wore In town Friday afternoooindpahl this of flao a pleasant coll MRS JP BAILBY was called o Covlngton Sunday by a telegram stat leg that her daughter Mrs U D Gregory WAS of pneumonia Dits C M THOMPSON of Kingnyllloi and G W Isaac of Woodstock loft Thursday for a prospecting tour of the Somerset P II Journal AND MRS JAMES U TUCKHR IInmoved from Livingston to Leba tho latter place being f more convenient to Mr Tuckers runt MR ADAM ADOAMS of Crab Dieh ard was In Danvlllo prospecting II thinks of opening a branch olllco for a Lexington Investment CoAdvo Cato Du R T RAMSBY of London who has been at Joaoph Price Infirmary for the past throe weeks under treatment returned nono Saturday greatly Im proved lION U C WARREN will go to Whitley county Brummotl Station to sell Miss Mary Varnons coal lands tomorrow between tho hours of 11 A M and 2 v U MRS M C SAUPLBY was called to Mlddlosboro by the Illness of her little grandson Sanford only child of Rev and Mrs S M Logan who died short ly after hor arrival ON the recommendation of Senator Deboo Thomas II Shanks of Stan ford has been designated for examina tion for a position In tho Census Du reau Washington dispatch MISSES POLLY AND MAOUIB TRAY LOli of Stanford and Miss Kato Ar nold of Garrard county spent tho hol days with their cousin Miss Annlo f Kennedy Richmond Register O F HAMM ono of tho INTERIOR JOURNALS good Rockcautlo county patrons was married last wook to Miss Molllo Sayers a most excellent young lady Rev Martin Owens performed the ceremony HERBS cents to help Rubble Alvoraon and Hmbry out of trouble said that sterling democrat T Colo Gulloy of Garrard yesterday and Im In 50o moro for a ropo to hang thoso who procured the indictment ho added GOOD pictures of Messrs W G Lackey and Hugh Rowland appear In Sundays Courier Journal The for mar Is governor of tho Kentucky Colon els an organization of young Kontuck lans In St Louis whore ho is held In high esteem The article accompany lug tho pictures says that T T Lack ey who recently went to that city from here has a lucrative position In tho Continental hank MR J L FROIIMAN of tho Globe was hero yesterday with his many friends While ho has done well In Danvlllo ho longs for a less pentim- Utica for his business uad will remove to Chicago In a week or two Ho tell- us that two enterprising young mo from Cincinnati will tako his store and run It up to date Wo regret very much that Mr F will leave and hopo that success will attend him Miss SALLY GIVENS returned to her school at Plttsburg yesterday R W MARTIN of Birmingham Is hero with his parents W V RICHARDSON of Danville who Is now n prosperous young lawyer was hero yesterday THE young ladles fancy work club will meet with Miss Mary Davlcss Duddcrar tomorrow afternoon at 130 WILL SALLKK of Boyle who has been treated at Joseph Prlco Infirmary hue returned homo fueling like a now manMR LEB REYNOLDS of tho Waynes burg section was tapped again the other day by Dr A1 Caldwcll who has taken In all about 21 gallons of wa ter from him Ho suffers from dropsy but Is always benefited by being tapped LOCAL HAPPENINGS Go to Dalton for good watch work WHITE star coffee at G U Fords ft Gos stoves at cost Warren itIllBATiNO Fnnsii supply of ladles kid gloves at J P Jones FIRSTCLASS typewriter for saie W H Vcaren 1000 YAKUS 12o yard wldo percale at lOa Severance fc Sons SOMETHING now iinsacking and shirt waist flannels at J P Jones PULl lIne of dried fruits beans hominy c at Warren Shanks DONT ourtermsme cash on coal and teed J U Baughraan Co tho big sign SKVKRANCK tSONS acroas tho street opposite the court house BUY your coal ulakoryou will havo to tako any kind you can got It Is selling fast J II Baughman Co Foit It11NTUnaof tho storerooms occupied by Severance Sons Apply at this olllop or to Mrs M J Miller FOR SAkK House lot and stock of goods Splendid location and good neighborhood U M Powell Gilberts Creek Ky 102CloneGI3 Coopor issued 102 marriage licenses lau year 110 white and in colored the smallest number for several years churchtan oyster supper at tho church Friday evening from 4 till 6 Admission 200 ITm Christian ahuroh members havo about decided to put tho 500 memorial window provided for by the late Mrs Cath Bailey just back of tho pulpit UrccLH JosH be gosh will bo hero Thursday Come In and see tho amus ing street parade of Rube with their comical brass band and you will be nightoTilt Oen Landrum Post No 58 G A It Is requested to moot at tho court house in Stanford on tho after noon of tho 13th to attend to Important business J W Adams commander LIKUS IT1n oxStanford man who nowllvea In Denver Col orders A gallon of W H Trnyloru whisky sent to hits They dont soil any out here that suit me as well us old Tray lor he adled IN the county court yesterday three road overseers tendered their resigna tions and three othors wore appointed Jacob V Robinson was appointed dep uty clerk for the section and that was thu turn total of the work done b1Y advice Is If you want anything advertise for It In tho INTBRIOK JOUR NAL said Mr A C Sine Your pa per came out at 10 oclock Friday with my ad for horso power for horses and by 1 oclock I had bought one from M S Baughman who saw tho Rodeo Tilt supervisors Messrs T J Fos ter E T Ponce Joseph Coffey J C Rays and C L Henslcy completed their labors Saturday Thoy raised tbo property of about 225 persons and lowered that of about a dozen Thurs day and Friday next aro sot as days to hear why tho raises should not bo mado RKLATIVBS hero havo been informed of tho death In Kansas City of Myers Hale a brother of the late John M Hall Ho was 87 years old und left a number of children his wlfo having died many years ago Ho was tho fath or of Mr Austin L Hale thjo deceased husband of Mrs Woodlo Halo Although they wore full brothers Messrs Myers and J M Hull spoiled their names differently as will be scon aboveBuRarMIYGuuorgo W Craig tolls us that a window of tho resilience of Martin Alcorn the blind colored pen loner was forced open Sunday night and E0l In money and two gold watches were stolen from his clothes which TherepIs no clew to the ra mansfornthe stolen articles dnd the thief M S Baughraan and Dink Farmer took a bloodhound to tho scene and each tlmo It trailed it went to Alcorns house No 1 gets the doll Craig ft Hocker TilE Springlike weather of yester day brought a big crowd to town but business wasnt very brisk ON account of the advance In corn and all kinds of feed I have had to put up prices on single feeds to 35c and hays 2Colt No hitches on public days I M Bruce liveryman Stanford LECTURERonA B King asks ua announce that MUa Rbona Mother of Pennsylvania will lecture on Tho Future of the Republic at the Motho dist church at Morcland noxt Sunday night THAT clever ex olncounty gen tleman David F Logan has bought an Interest In B G Foxs livery horse and mulo business at Danvlllo and hid legion of friends hero hopo bo will make enough money to soon return to this county 2There woro only 22 burials In Buffalo Springs Cemetery last year Sexton T J Teter tolls us Of tho number 21 were adults This Is the lowest number of burials for years which speaks well for tbo health of Stanford and vicinity DELINgUENrsAbout of those whoso prooorty was advertised by Sheriff S M Owens In this paper came to tlmo with the money yester day The rest were sold out Individ uale buying the lands and lots in some Instances and the county and State tho remainder BfRNED OUT John Bailey who moved Tram this to Washington c unty writes that since he has been tiaro ho bad his house burned without Insurance but has nearly completed a ngw ono whcro ho la ready to enter tain any of his Lincoln county friends who may wish to call Who got on at East DornetAdt tried to make Conductor G W Delpb drink with them and on his refusal began shooting In the ladles car creating great consternation Tbo theyICOMMISSIONERS SALE Hon R C Warren sold at auction yesterday nine acres of land on tho Hanging Fork to- W P Carson ati 71t acres on Hurricane Fork of Buck creek belonging to B L Bland to L G Gooch at 75cts an aero and 180 acres on Buck creek belonging to W J Miller to Z Pad gett for 8200 AN ANCJKL AWBAHBD Mr Arch B McKlnnoy of tho MoKlnnoy section tolls us that whllo Mr George S MoKlnnoy and John Wheat wore dis cussing tho scripture at a lato hour the othor night at the home of the former an angel appeared on the scene or in other words an heir arrived to bless the union of Mr and Mrs George S McKlnnoy Jr THOSE who responded yesterday to the appeal for funds to defend Rubble Alvorson arid Kmbry in the US court in which they aro charged with Intimi dating Togroas In the olocllop made by County Chairman Holmes are Ran M F North S6 W P Walton S5 Judge M 0 Saufley 85- A G T Stnith81 T Colo Gulloy BOc Othor subscriptions will bo credited herein as soon as received LIVINGSTON Tho largo general merchandising firm of Sparks Turlcy Sparks have sold their stock of goods to Fields Mulllns it Sparks the Fields being Mr William Fields of this county Mr Fields also bought the bulld leg and an adjoining lot Tho stock of goods invoiced 8570W C Mulllns who recently bought the Eight Gables Hotel hag rented It to George D Pope an oxStanford man who will run it at Its present high standard TilE Undo Josh Spruceby compa pany with two big bands solo operatic orchestra and a car load of special scenery and mechanical effects will bo at Waltons Opera House Thursday night 11th This popular attraction bids fair to outlive Tncle Toms Cab In This season tho play Is presented with a company of actor people spot cially engaged for their fitness for the parts taken and a splendid lino of ape cialties are presumed 31 pcoplo arc In tho company Secure a seat at Mc Roberta drug store 75 cents WK aro Indebted to Supt K M Wiley of the Eastern Kentucky Asyl um at Lexington for a copy of the 75th annual report of tho Institution It shows that there are now in tho In stitution 0011 persons of whom 231 woro admitted during tho past year There wcro 70 deaths and 107 discharg ed during tho year Thorn aro 18 In mates from Lincoln county and tho largest from any county la Fayette OS Dr Carl L Wheeler of this county made tho pathological report Ho hold 20 autopsies during tho year five males and 1C females Tho largest malo brain weighed 52 ounces and tho lar gest female Iii tho smallest were Hand 3S ounces respectively Col John B Thompson says if ho bad known that Wat Hardln was going to do foolish ho would havo tried to keep him from it DEATH The infant son and first born of Rev and Mrs S M Logan of Mlddlcsboro died Saturday morning after a long Illness of pneumonia aged about 10 months Tho little ono named for his father Sanford M wasI was his hope and his mothers Both of them arc bowed down with grief the mother piteously so and those who have over felt a parents love can appreciate their distress In this dark hour and fully sympathize with thorn The remains wero taken to Richmond Saturday night and on Sunday laid beside the mother of Mr Logan In tho cemetery there Mrs M C Saulloy tho maternal grandmother and Mrs G L Penny accompanied tbo funeral party MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Newton Slier aged 33 and Miss Laura Oaks 15 were married at Mat Oaks Saturday Deputy Sheriff Walter Forsythe of Mercer and Miss Mary Noo of Springfield wore married at Burpin Julia Morlowo Tabor tho actress was granted a dlvorco from her hue band Robert Tabor and alimony In the sum of 3000 John A Shannon 51 and Mrs Fron la Edwards 48 of Casey county were granted marriage license hero Wednes day Ho has been married twice she three times Danvlllo Advocate Miss Mary Hockcr tho pretty daugh for of Mrs S G Rocker will bo mar ried at 830 p M Wednesday 17th to Will H Bngby of Covington an L N conductor and a splendid young man Eugene B Drown of Mt Vernon a brakeman on tho L S N and a relative of Dr E J Brown of Stanford olopcd to Jelllco with Miss Attla Drown of Pulaski and made her his wife Rev Ira M Botiwoll who held pas- torAtes at Junction City Mt Vernon and other towns in this section was married at Meridian Miss where hole now located to Miss Lucy Cross Mlmra Tho Kentuckian says that Miss Cynthia Den ham and Charles Rogers who wcro married at Jelllco Jan 22 1809 kept their secret till Christmas day when Mr Rogers went to London and claimed his bride Fordyco B Logan son of Dr P W Logan was married last week in DAn- vIlle to Miss Ivy Green of Martlns vllle Ind who was on a visit to Mlsa Logan tho grooms sister The ceremony was pronounced by Dr Cooley of the Episcopal church and the happy pair will likely go to Martlnsvlllo to live Tho brides father Is an eminent physician who enjoys a largo practice and sho is related to the Proctors of Danvlllo Congratulations aro cor dlally extended Miss Etta Thomas a niece of Gen Joo Wheeler sued Wm H Fahrney a Chicago man asking 3100000 damages for alleged breach of promise to mar ry They have been engaged for four years and tho defendant broko it bo cause his family objected DUNNVILLK Jan GIr R S Rec tor of this place and Miss Bottle Wells of Junction City were joined In the bonds of matrimony Thursday evening at the residence of Mr W C CundltT Mr Rector Is a very popular and highly respected gentleman who should feel proud of winning PO charm ing und amiable a lady as his wlfo He la 30 years of ago and li ono of Casoy countys most successful teachers having been engaged in tho work slnco ho was 18 years of age and Is also a sue cessful farmer Miss Wells Is 20 years of ago and possesses excellent literary attainments and Is a teacher of splen did reputation Their marrlago was quite a surprise not oven their most n tiraato friends knowing their inten tions They were guests at a social party at Mr W C Cundllls and wero passing oil the time In grand style with CO other Youngsters when all of a sud don tho officiating parson appeared and announced his business The couple arose to their feet whllo tho marriage ceremony was performed amid the great surprise of their friends who hastened to extend to them their warm est and sincerest congratulations Mr Rector wont to work next morning and his wife went to her schoolwhich lacks only a fow days of being out The writer wishes them much joy and long life and may their married life bring thorn tho portion of joy that ia attribu ted to it H T Citizens of Fayctto and Jessamine havo raised 8000 for u reward for the capture of tho thief who killed E A Cassoll WHITE HOTEL- V H CARRIER VROll CORBIN KENTUCKY +Clesi to 1awenger Depot Flntclasa throughout stales tJ per day PLEASE READ January 1st tho regular semiannual nettling time has como and gone and sumo of my patrons havo not settled with mo If aro ono of them you are our nontly requested to settle Thanking ono and all for past patronage and soliciting u contlnuaco Very Truly J U GREEK SS S il S ee f ANNOUNCEMENT I Havingpurchased of Severance Sons the Furnishingsandposition to offer Bargains never before offer ed in the same class of goods We will re addition toStanfordClothingFurnishingsways be thoroughly uptodate Our Prices are trademakers Cummins MoClary e e e e Call Phone No 10 Higgins McKinney STANFORD KY For Farm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty 1900 1900 GOOD GOODS OUR SPECIALTY To those who favored us with their patronage in the year 18we gratefully ex bofoundThe Best Was Tlje Cheapest And now for the year moo we feel that we are better prepared than ever to supply your wants and therefore ask a continuance of old friendships and to those who have not yet favored us we extend a most Cordial Invitation To inspect our stock which we strive to keep complete in every detail JOHN P JONES Stanford WHAT WE KEEP In Our New Store DRESS GOODS DRY GOODS HOSIERYGLOVES O Corsets Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Cloaks Underwear Gents Furnishings and hundreds of other little things we cant men tion hero COME fIND SEE US Dont forget the place opposite Iho Court louse See time DIG SIGN streetSEVERANCE SONS PURE DELICIOUS Wfyite Star Coffee GEO H FARRIS S CO ECONOMICALHEALTHY 1 r Tj q THEfNTEKlORJOUl Entered in the postojJlce at Stanford a ttcondclats matter And STrldopwbUahec5tuaPAt 1 PER YEAR CASH w When not sopsfdfflSOO will be charged KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No II Amlvesal Stanford at 108 X No 4 Leave Stanford at 210 X No SI Arrives at llowtand at 1200 DAT Loaves Stanford at 230 r tiNo22r KNOXVILLE DIVISION I Da 14 Train going North + W a m OJ8 2 U a In eoII South 1295a m uS 1l G21 m For allirolntsJ- tOTJGH TICKETS ISOL- DnAGQAUB CHECKED THROHO For any Information enquire ot JOE S RICE Agent Stanford 1FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralni leave ttiM K 340 and 11 N connection at Georgetown with the II a c Itclurnlnx lave Paris at 930 N and G4tJ P M reaching Frankfort after connecting with Q AC ttatns at 1120 M710p and 915 P1 The latter train leaves for Clonrgetown at 713 p x J UMiWTONU A QUEEN CRESCENT t Trains paw anon City u follows 02 m No2 North 4 It p m SaSolom ktaaa Sol pm m f NOR t and 2 do not atop 8 and 10 run no fur tier than Junction City Great Wearing Sale Vow going on at the RACKET STORED You can buy Dry Good Clothing IlooU Show t Rata and Caps Ltdlca and Uents 1urnlshlnf Goal for leu than ever before Now li your time to supply yourself and family with WINTER GARMENTS Par lent money than erer before Come one tome mil and take the advantage while this great ale li going on at tbe packet Store You will never gel Bach as opportunity to buy goods at cheap as you buy now Yours for great Bargains itCUIRACKET STORe t 1TbeCheapat Store In the Country lDR R COLD STeIN TITS Celebrated Eye Specialist OF Louisville Kentucky mil to at the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day Jan 29th Reluming Ont day in each month Eyes Examined end Glasses Scientifically Adjusted Tfo Men Mud Investment Company Of Lexington Ky Plan INSUEANOE REVERSED Wo 2ay Willo You Live Old Line Companies Pay When You Die Oter J1MOOO paid In living benefit Over SWuWIleserve and Surplus liUtXJ WEARER Local Agent SMITH BOMAN Secy Stanfonl Ky Lexington Ky ZO uoatV a JjIT3 TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un on Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring information and rates to Vlscon8in Minnesota Nebraska and points in the far West Including Oat ffomla should address Frank L AgtEPass Agt W U McDocl VicoPres fc Oon lfnlr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr u HUSTOHVILLE J W Allen shipped 201 hogs io CI olonatl atlc W C Greening lost by death n al uablo horeo a few days ago During the cold spoil of the last 10 days crory ono wanted to claim the honor of being tho ice munlI Hustonvlllo has had on her gala nt tiro and tho young people have thoroughly enjoyed the parties dances etc Mrs Chloo Bogle who has been a cripple for two year had n fall in her room several nights ago but was only slightly Injured Mrs Adelliv Woods who has had charge of the exchange hero has been Induced by tho company to keep It for the present year Miss Iva Collins of Paris Miss Tal bott of North MIddletown and Miss Elizabeth Spillman of Winchester have returned to their homes after n pleasant visit to Miss Mary Crnwford CarpenterOn two of our most popular young people will drive to Bnr rodsburg and have their destinies united May their pathway through 1Ie be strewn with Roses and Morse nee grow under their feet Number 363 drew the splendid sew- Ing machine James Fry gave away Mrs W C Greening and Miss Lou locker both guessed that tho gourd contained that number of seeds So they own the machine jointly for tho present Mr C L Holmes who had rnther stop at the Weatherford House than the famous WaldorfAstoria in N ow York Sundayed there as usual He Ii entitled to tho distinction of being tbe most popular drummer on the road aDd he may also bo said to bo a most excellent judge of hotels C B Reid went to Louisville Sun dllY Mrs J W Allen la some better B C Camnltz is convalescing Mr and Mrs Samuel Reid have both bcen- sltk but are Improving Mrs Mary J 7eatherford is ill Mra J W Lock Edge is suffering from an attack of uinzy D S Carpenter is threaten with grip- Arthur Jones our clever and elllclc town marshal will be married Wedm day to Miss Cclestla the pretty daughter of Mr John Burton Both are PO- Pular young people and their hosts of lends wish them many years of hnp plness Mrs Kate Clements of Marion Bister of Mr Jones came up to attend the marriage but was called home by the illness of a relative George Dinwlddie has a position nil drummer for the RanklnSnyder Hard waro Co Mrs Alice Lusk has gone to Baltimore to visit her daughter Mrs- W C McAfee Miss Dot Camnltz tho guest of relatives In Louisville Arthur Carpenter who has been visl IDg friends here has returned to hie home in Covington Misses Lou libel er and Anna Reid leave In a few days- for Nashville to visit Miss Jesse Cook Little Allen Ray Evans who- has been threatened with pneumonia Is some better Miss Mcllo Hopper who spent the holidays at home has returned to Glendale College Glendale Ohio Mrs J II Reid entertained few evenings ago In honor of tho Trundles Mies M S Logan ia vis- Itlns her sister Mrs J B Adams at rmlnghara Ala One of the most enjoyable affairs given recently was thu- dllnco at W C Grceninga now residence Music was furnished by a IO- Uslclan at Danville acd dancing was Indulged in till the wee ama hours The social event of tho season tbe- past week was the masque party Nev- Years night given by plisses Wheeler and Wortblngton at the Emporium Flnte the hospitable home of Mr aDd- Mrs Charles Wheejer The house wa beautifully decorated the spacious Orl- entlal Hall with its palms and artistic draperies festooned with holly ao mistletoe A motto with 1000 oxtended- across the entrance caught with scar let ribbons and sprays of mletletol while- froln a cozy corner In the hall tho pl- ano pealed forth enthusing music rendered by a special artist engaged for- tho occasion Those who assisted tbo- bost and hostess in receiving wero- MIf Johnson Mr and Mrs W lIocker Mr and Mrs T L Carpenter Promptly at 8 oclock tbo guests begat tCl arrive all clad in fantastic array- 80me In old some In new some in red and some In blue Here was Pocohon tas with her bow and arrow utter the- Mextcan Warrior Buffalo Bill with his- bowie knlfo after Maud Muller with ber rake who was hunting her Judge America with Mrs Dewey and the stars aDd stripes LI Hung Chang with his- lady from Japans and tho TwoFaced Girl with her soldier boy a winter- tcene with Little Boy Blue a Priest aDd Nun In black array who gazed at NI ht on the Moon and Stars with Old- Motber Goose and a Country Boywhllo a new man with the Colonial Dameand a deek of cards Little Lord Fauntle ray with a Gypsy maiden tho New- womao with a country dude and a fortune teller the woman in white wlth- socieLy gent the Grecian maiden with tbe bowery coou the foot ball vlayer- with the queen of hearts our country- coueln In town with the base ball umpire while spring with a great Black Bat with wide spread wing s uttorlog- hore and there The gay scone was like eomo arcadlan hall where Doho- mlnns roved in gala attire Music fortune telling and Impromptu dnnclng- were the features of tho evening IIttl Promptly at 11 oloekan olcgantluneb was served In the dining room wbloh was profusely decorated with evergreens A largo motto with 1000 on scarlet back ground framed vlth a garland of holly decorated the mllntcl while suspended from the chnDdelicr were profuse sprays of holly and myr tie From the center was caught ropos of scarlet Gibbon drawn to the four corners of the table and finished with bows of ribbon and sprays of mlstlotoo which was very effective When nIl guests wore seated tho host gave the signal to unmask which caused much surprise and mcrrlmcpt The host thon in his usual witty way delivered a toast appropriate to tho occasion Little Rose Dunn Sandldgo In a fairy IIko manner distributed tho Pin do Sclelell souvenir cards From a little C07y bower of lace draperies scarlet rib bone and green foliage Miss Mary Lco Logan served chocolate in a very graceful manner Altogether it was aver- unique and enjoyable affair Tho fol lowing Is a list of names and chnrac terse MISSES Deulnh VnnAwdalo Tho Woman In Whlh Alice Dryo A Grecian Malden Mattto Dlnwlddto Mrs Dowry Mary A Carpenter Oyjv y Malden Edna Camnltz St Cecelia Maymo Kryo pocohontas Cora Llpp Stars and Stripes Pearl Rose Now Woman Edna 1owell Fortune Teller Jessie Powell Two Paced Girl Jennie MoKlnnoy Winter Scene Oocrgla olhlurnAmerlca Frances AdamsSpring- Catharino AlcornA Deck of Curds Mary 0 Carpenter Lady from Japan Lou MockerMoonligl t Ilolle Iloglo Colonial Dante Eugenia Waro Night Sue V Offutt Queen of Hearts Mary Adorns Moon nod Stars Mamie Wheeler Maud Muller Bessie Worthingtonflat- Miss Dlnvflddle Society Lady MBSSU3 Will Huffman Mexican Warrior Jones Ilaugliman Country Roy Georgo Crowe LI Hung Clang Elbert Harper Buffalo Hill George Dinwlddie Little Lord Fauntle roy Jerry Adams Llttlo Roy fine Kufus LippA Country Cousin In Tow Charles Rose A Now Man Juno Hocker Hay Seed Illchard Scudder Foot Hall Pluyer Will Illshoprliasu Ball Umpire Jesse CarpenterPriest- Walker PlnkertonBowery Coon Howard Camnltz Soldier Roy Bardetto Powell Old Mother Goose S a McKlnney Country Doctor J P Harper Society Gent Among other guests wcrei Dr Curl L Wheeler Mr and Mrs Wo D lIoclitr Mr and Mrs T Carpenter Mary Leo Logan Rose Dunn Sandldgo AV1NG A GREAT HUN ON CHAS I BEItLAINS COUGH REMEDY Manager Martin of the Piereon Drug- Store infonns us that ho is having a Cough Rem- IlIy great run on Chamberlains lie soils five bottles of that melli- cino to ono of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In those days of la- grippe there is nothing like Chamber Inlnls Cough Remedy to stop the corgi heal up the sore throat and lungs and- give relief within a very short time Tbe- ealc8 are growing and all who try it nrlt used with its prompt nctlonSoulh ChlCllgo Daily Calumet For talc bY- Craig Hocker Druggists It Is estimated the be 2 000000 golf balls used In the United- StatetJ next season which means 85 It takes 32 wordtons of gutta percbu of gutta perch to make a dozen balls Iand aa this commodity has advanced In- price there will bo a correspondlof advance In tho cost of golf balls tlOO ItBWAIlD The readin ot this paper will to pleated to lean la at Lead one dreaded dlseaae tatI- denc baa been sUn to cure In alllta stages tbat la Catania Halls Caurrli Cure It tile only poltI cure known to the medical fraternity tarrb belug a teat llulioual disease requires a con Curs Is taken nloml trealmtnt lulls Catarrh Internally acting dlrtctly the Mood anll- ruucou aurlacea uf tbetralem thereby tleatroylnj the foundation of the disease and lrlug the Ia- Uent strength by building up the constitution and illng nature In doing IK work The proprle torw have ao much tall In Ita curative power tbat- tbey offer Ono Hundred Uollan for any caw that It fall to Mire bend fur list of testimonials Addrru JI J Oil EN UY A CO Toledo 0 lIall Sold Family 1111are the best ONE HUNDRBD YEARS AGO John Adams was president The scut of government was removed from Philadelphia to Washington Var with Franco was imminent but was averted iQuIslana extended from Canada to- Mexico and from the Mississippi to tbe Rockies Florida was under Spanish dominion The Hudson river had yet to see tbat famous steamboat Our Great Lakes were under Brit alnl control laves wore imported from Africa Thero wasnt a railroad telegraph cablo or electric light in our land BRAVE JMETI FALL Vlctlml tittouiach liver Iud kidney troubles swella women and ill fesl the results In low allltille poison In tho Mood backache nervous and tired IInea rundown leelUg- heres1I0t no need to feel like that Listen taJ W Jardner Idavllle Ind lie Electric rareu tthe thlug for a man when lie It all rull own and dont cam whether he lives or die II did wore to give we new atreugth and good IICWo than anything I could take can now rat and have a new leaao on llfu Only tent at tenuya Drug Store Every bottle tlur- aliited France has adopted the hour eys tem of marking a day The hour of- midnlgbt Is 21 and J i M Is 13 and sot on GraIQAND flo6K6rDRUGGISTS R A JONES Ity NOTICE In Onalderatlon of the tad that I have this day tranifrrml and conveyed toll Wallln all my right interest and tills In and to the Saloon tad flees In Crnah rrbanl on tannl Mrcet the said IL Indl hltuw4l- to berespunaliteforilldebuand IUbllltlesbere tofore accrued while uld budnea was ronilueted with the name of J H Wallln or may btreaTter accrue Dee Mlh 1W9 J WAIIIN- It W VA1L1N- WltntMn J Mort IMhwell Walter Wallln T YtO LOVE LETTERS Book of 100- PsOta 38 Fin- limmnau DENTIST Stanford t l i na0C tWi 0 o r tr+ G + McGL MY a Undertaker Embalmer And Funeral Director Manufacturer And Dealer In Harness Snh1myc Car Trimming Harness Kepair illg7c Any thing in Lea her and Rubber made to order by J A Ilondren with J C McClary Stanford TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- Aoutfiern Railwai For the Winter Season Tua Snmiicir UiLtvAT with connections presents the mont lu erlorscbeiula through oartrrvlre and mansion lion arrangeiueuii generally ever uncurl to the rival to Southern linorta- IMfiiLKIMiLY TRAINS from Clnelnnall and oulsvIUeinconnection with the JuccnA Crea cent lloulo via Chattanooga Jnup and The llant stem TiiKoruii HtrtrixOCAH from Cincinnati to ackMinvllIe wilts convenient connections tram xiulivllla via Kmuvllle Aihevllle and Sinn nlI This Is the Beenlc flouts Ihrough the Moun ilDiof Western North Carolina The Land of hebky Also through Slwplngcari from St Jxnili to aeknonvlllo In connection the Fttit I lallroad Air Line via x ulivlle and loci InRctn from KnnM City to Jackionvllle la the K C V M Railroad In connection wllb TIIISOIrnlilnx JlAnUY lIIrmlngbam hauls JetuSand The lgant Systeut The fat Kania thirty eight hours from Kanu City to Jariionvlle All Agents ofconncetlni lines sell through Winter Kirunlon ticket via Ins lUlLWAr to the lUnwrli of Florida and the South Mapi ncbedulo Lokleta and Information milled free to any adirea b- yC11EAlJllJ N W I A II Adam St Chicago III C A HAllll Tray Pena It cent- LouUv111e Ky W A TURK O P A JwLouisville 60 YEARS mP EXPERIENCE y TRADE MARKS DC8ION3 COPYRIGHTS tote boiling a nketch and may lulcklf ascertain our opinion tree w ether an problblT Comtnunic- meonatnetlyconfidential Handbook on Ialtntl lent frI OMt rOt ocurtnlcptentl Patent taken throogh Munn A 10 tit tho Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culatlon of any aclentllln Term S3 otTI tour month IL Sold 7 alnewvloaler- slIJNN CO 3 U6W YQII JJfancb Otee P Et Waahl IOn D Lier Mamnioth Bronze Turkey I have for sale Mnininoth I1ronEuTurkla raised from n Toni t lat vrelfrhcit 33k n when 10 months old Youn Toms fit Iul 1111112 each 78 Maw J K LTHV It1Ulford JOHN C ICPPLES II n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln COUhty subject to tho Action of tho ilomocratlo llIlr ty support li solicited DINK FAR IEltIIn n candidate for Jailer lion of the democratic party Ho eoUell your support BEKZLEY + HOTE W A BEAZLEY Pror GRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY splendid Accommodations to and Sulphur Well 41 Rates 11cnsonab 1 Flute Water J T SUTTON Undortalcor astonvillo Kentucky Olfpn hlsserrlca to the people ofWest Ut CII and CUMy countlM full CoOniand ea Ualwayon hand V S Carpenter Mana- gesPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED would like to take option on Rood farml Fair terms unit partleu srsrddreaawit LANDOIIAK- M KrlRer Kj POSTED IITho tenons whOM imrac appear be Iow rlctly any hunting of game of any Ind at any time of the ytstr on their land And will prosecute to tliu full extent of tho nw any who I1r Hugh Ueld J II MeAlUtor John IL K I Woods T IlarrlsFonrtus Ibid fi banksM llauRhman J W llaucbman J Keibry J 8 rJr J II McKlnney Jo1 WArtJ I Parris FOR SALE 000110111 borwt with moil popular slates of harness and saddle mIrIIh uiblned roadster Jerseyrattle all nvlilrrot aD1 Inbred IVdro Ire b led by the retire J1s2 and dint Inbnu IVJro laJoram Ml wen two of Ur wlnnlr lerlalIb- enl at the WotUIi fair Sborlbornt are jot Itarron aD- d01ltill Ira SouthdowahespTWandCbins and lIulr Individually an frem tbelee bogs it herd of Kentucky fried reasonable and see or write lorr sFlIRliitStafford Ky WeiusrantM everything a re 1nl1 uy Wr 1d W r W ALTUN dlw- rr S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster K- Teeth Extracted Without Pair With VlUllifd Air Physician In attend anco omco In the New Thompson IlulldlnR RITH HOTEL F rnAUC1SCO Ircxrlc AT DEPOT BRODHEAD K1t- est lletet n the mountains rate NMldHfld- 101HS west all train tilalletioJll to trn- diD wen Just Like a Mil You take your Wheat and Corn to Morn rooa Kxcbano In Win I1nujthortY1 In Stanford and d In exchange Flour anI1- Ileal You can also buy Flour Meal Sbll- atul1 limn Chicken c cheater at- mIlaco than whero In Wan A trli II all I Mk I bollevo exchange will tie a nod thing for farmers and I pledge Ilbei- nsnanctloncal and full weight srood- como from Iluilderara Dlx Uoll 11111 and are erstclass MOUKI3 FUED clcpbane No liS TH E FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only IRSTCLASti tote 11n tho city making a 2 RATEL One block from the principal llollPtng- district and two blocks from the Ibiei princlpallbeatrc Street cars paw the door to all parts o the City Everything neat anil clean 1IPJELIFE CCIDENT INSURANCE Onty the beet companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 R 0 MAIIONYAg Stanford Ile Cs RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY la Receiving his Fall rind Winter Goods Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call IVnrrajjauscH Clinics For sale floblns ilx nionlhi old wdah M ouml hens pouudi Mull T 1IU81I Stanford NOTICE Havlnx made final sstllrment with eounly rturl auluiife oi the eitale of OM bpoonsmnte no lice U hereby given that I will move court at lie next term In January lies to re lotto meCNUlallllabllllrtlumtllnt Ihenot TH 0 M Hpooiiimore B G FOX LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mule constantly on hand andIyor info at nil tlinr A S PRICE SurgeonStunford Ky OffleOT UelteberU Drni Store In the Owilsy III1UdlnIA nicctliifj of the lonal flank of llustonrlllri will IM held at their In llustonvlllo the tact Tuesday InJanuary 1900 between 0 and lRsU for the purwi o of doling nine dl rectors to servo yearJ Cashier StocklioldurH 3Icetiiij A mcotliiK ot the stockholder of Uio Ltn oln County Natloaal stank of Stanford will ltIld I1t tftlr ban9anx ppper II ueoad uesdar in January lode for the purpose of electing dlrwton for the ensuing yvar J II UW8LKY StocklioltlerH Mcctiug A meeting of the ttoekholdor of the Pint iatlonal Hank of Stanford will bo htdd at hair banking louse the second Tuesday In January for the purponu of electing Ircctorsfor tbo ensuing year JOIN J MeltUHEim Cashier I I AM TECAlTSyTJX To all of my customer fur their literal ac mage and prompt payments nod bolts hey will continue as 1 have a rifHtClnHB HorKejShoer And am better pre Land than ever toido work fur them- H CREER Stanford Ky Mason Hotelhilts U D HUUSON 1ror ancastcr i Kentucky Newly furnished clean bob splendid lablo Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 89 JOliN II OARTLKUAN AUTHUHO IlHKCKIftUIIKlK URTL- RMAKROYAL hr INSURANCE COMPANY 01 Liverpool Largeat Fire InturanM Company In the World arbee Castleman Manager Houthorn Department OenerAt Offleen Oolumbla llulldlog Louis Isvllle Ky 18 Lincoln CountyNational Bank Cal al Stockrflu0O to The Farmers JUnk A Trust Company and under same manigemsnt contlnu ouily for XI Years elicits Your Bank Account tIopln tutb business relstloni will prove mutual ly benrDtlal and pleuauuU- IHKCTOllS s J J Williams J owstry Srs111laia touch A W W lliiummlDS J K lynn Hhsnk J K Cub J 11 Uwilsy- OPF1UCK8 tI Shank President Jl Owl JlI11r AMtCai hlr FIRST NATIONAL BANKI OK STANFORD KY CalitalStok 5100000 Surplus 17653 61 ill Institution originally tabllibrd at the v- OIlt Bank nf Stanford In then reorganized ai the National Hank of Stanford In andagaln ulted IS the First National Bank oJJ Stanford n J2 has had practically an uninterrupted exit- nCG fur years It k letter supplied now wit a 1 racUlIIN for transacting builness promptly and lib uall7 than ever before In Us long land honorable career Amounts of Individual fiduciaries flrmi and udlvldndnolicltednIAIC70aL rid Uncaln Co1 J W Hsyden Stanford ST Harris iL II liaujhman J S1IDcker TP Mill WI Walton WA Tribblea f ColllorCrabOrchd M J Miller MtVernon- iElmaroM Stanford orricaai- MiockerJ rrf eutjIJ J McII lrU Csihlef lil r