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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 12 1900 9 A M NO 91 I MATRIMONIAL MATTERS James Wilson of La Porte Ind beat his wits into insensibility because t she contributed S5 to a church fund At San Francisco u woman aged 01 years secured judgment for breach of promise against a millionaire aged 73 yearn James bL White n bacholor of 48 and Mrs Nannlo Tunellus a widow wero married at Rov J B Crouchs by that gentleman Tuesday ODurlng tho year 1800 County Clerk Barnett lUlled 323 marriage licenses to whlto couple and 14 to colored mak ing a total of 34 Somerset Paragon Knnls Farley a clover young man and pretty Miss Ruble Huston were married at tbo courthouse Wednesday by Judge James P Bailey Tho bldc Is tho csllmabla daughter of Jcsio Huston of tho West End and is as bright us she Is pretty Mr George C Keller Jr who nt tended tho marrlugo of Mr J Roy B Iwo to Mill Bertha A Morse at Mr Den Casey Alllns at Uarrodsburg Wcdncsdayal 81 M tells us that tho beautiful ceremony was pronounced by Kid J W login of Lexington Mr Jerry Adams and MIll Pearl Roto act ing as attendant After tbo ceremony an elegant supper was enjoyed by the bridal party and a few of their frlondt Tho couplo remained at Mr Allln that night and yesterday returned t Huitonvlllo whore an Infalr was to bo given them last night at the homo of the brides parents Mr nnd MM V B Mono Tho brldo la a beautiful woman being almost perfect in lace and figure and Is lovely In every way Tho groom Is a son of the Into Jame- P Rosa nnd Is a worthy descendant of that upright and excellent citizen no Is of tho grocery firm of Roo A Reid llustonvlllo and U a fine bUll new man Ills marriage makes him a brotherinlaw of his partner ho hay- lug married Mies Erma Morse Th marriage wan not a runaway as Its consummation was agreeable all aaound Good luck nnd long life the happy couple NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Miss Annio Fritz died at Waco Mad loon county of smallpox polWllco has been ctabllebel1 at Four Mile Bell county with Edgar L Shall postmaster Fiddling John Turner of Bel who It said to havo killed moro mon than any man In tbo mountains Udcad aged 80- Gbarlce Kranz an alien has filed suit In tho Wbltloy circuit court claiming tltlo to 10 acres of land situated In tbo town of Corbin Mrs Matilda Jones of Add Laurel codnly has filed suit against the L N railroad company for 95000 damages for the death of her husband Jones was struck by a train near Konsco a year ago Wllllamsbur Times Cart Frank J White of Itbe Lan castor Record force is 70 years old and sot a galley and n half of typo ester day in four hours n good task for yearlings This tricky old iypo wants to go to the Philippines trio Advocate Mrs J 0 Mason sold during 18 003 dozen eggs from her poultry yar netting her tbo handsome sum of 971 33 In addluon to this tho family have bad all tbo eggs tboy desired to use and many a yellowlegged chicken found Its way onto the tablo via tbo kitchen roulo Richmond Register Milton and Charles Kendall lathe and eon nro under arrest at Lexington charged with killing Farmer Eugono Cassoll in Jessamine county a faw nights ago A pony and harness stolen In tho Cassoll neighborhood on tho night ol the murdor wore found In their possession Thoro la great ex eltcmont and n lynching IB probable The prospectors who have been look lag up coal nnd timber lands along tho proposed liDo of railway to bo built from Big Stono Gap Va down tho Clover Fork Harlun county have reported that excellent coal and an abut danco of timber lie along tho proposed route and that tho road can bo built at a comparatively small expense In view of this report It Is thought that t the work will bo begun on tho first 27 miles of road this year i Im FOOLED THE SUHCEOMS All doctor told ttoolck Hamilton of Vfttt Jef frnon O after sutlcrlng month from ItecUl rittuli he would die unlou 1 coslljr 0 ration aperformed but he cured blmtcK with lIe boxes of Arnica hlTc the surrat llle cure on KarlbinilthaliMl Slhln the World Uccoli I bold bjr Iennjr Drugitbt u Of the suicides reported last year Dole t lovo episodes Shooting was thofavor Ito modo of suicide with tbo men 214 Adopting it poison wus tbo fnvorlto with tho women 04 dying from It Julia Morrison the actress who shot Stage Manager Loldonhelmor at Chat t tanooga for insulting her and killed a Jtrlnl him was acquitted aftor n sensational I l LANCASTER Tho Odd Follows are having a reviv al und tho lodge Is growing In members and proficiency in degree work lion Win flay Jr cano homo from Frankfort Rod is not well but hopes to bo able to return in a tow days D R Allmun of Richmond and Miss Etta Gulloy wore married at Rev J C Masscou on Tuesday afternoon Chief of Police James Pierce arrest ed Leo Ball for shooting and ho wan fined 810 and costa Thomas former colored was lined tho same amount for the same offense At tho bank elections on Tuesday no changes were mado in tho olllccrs of SqulroWof directors of tho National Dank aMessrs J I Hamilton and Jason Walker shipped 43 mules to Mississippi Tuesday II B Northcutt has handled poultry eggs hides be totboamount of 10000 In tbo last three months oRurrgpuzzleTukotho paper up side down tanking 0 ou of which added to 15 makes Zland user 0 figure Mr Merrill Hardln an old and hon orable citizen died at his homo near fleaoThursday at Buckeye church by Rev J C Massco Mrs R E Hughes of LouUvlllo ay an answer to my puzzle to put a quart of whisky In a pint flask tarJtceth qlleTho right answer will not bo announc ed until they quit guessing lawfirmand ho will practice alone Leslie Texaso to Robinson have gono to Florida to spend tbo winter toCapt Herndon says that the British may bout of theIr possessions their tbeybavoAmerican who would not have aban generaleWDr I S Wesley and family have to Mlddleburg Elder W P birtih d James Henderson are on Iho sick list poltloncinnati Edward Wilkinson Is hero getting charter members for a trlbo of the Im proved Order of Rod Men whloh Is a popular fraternal order and which pays lorIthas already got many of our best cltl zone and ho will likely get many moro roolutlonIn wl1bcin tho governors chair and to maintain the dignity of the law I hope that no Glued will bo shed but eutllclent force should be used to seo that the proper thd tbelandletter Ono man pays 890383 plus COOL per aero and gets 1GS405 plus acres The other pays 81140333 plus per aero and gets 1313I plus acres This Is sufficiently accurate as many problems In the text looks nro solved by Jlvln Intormlnato decimals In the result and thousandths are regarded as accurate At a meeting of tho city council on Monday night the other memberselect were sworn In otter which tho follow bag officers woro unanimously elected William Wherrltt clerk W O Rig noy treasurer and James Plerco mar UlJglnbothnm Deazloytboton and Rico Bongo the street commit too Tho last named gentlemen male that nil complaints bo reported at onco and they will have all defects remedied without delay W I Williams nnd Hon R H Tomlinson wero candidates for city attorney but on account of a misunderstanding In taking the vote altbougbWoath to Mr Williams when Councilman Bongo stated that 3 df the 0 members said that they voted for Mr Tomllnson A viva voco vote was then taken re suiting ns stated by Mr Bongo whore upon Mayor Klnnalrd declined to cast the deciding rote and tendered his res ignation stating that ho had counted tho ballots on tho first voto and declar ed Williams elected as ho received 4 votes Ono thing 1acoun oilman voted two ways or Iho mayor was mistaken iu the ballots Tbo loci dent caused considerable excitement and the board adjourned to moot on Friday night when It Is hoped that the matter wllllbo amicably settled t HUMPHREY CASEY COUNTY I belteva tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL and other papers have seldom bad cor rcspundonco from this section vet this is one of tbo choicest parts of Casey county leaving put Its rough uneven surface Its agricultural capacities are fine Its best high node have been known to produce as high as 25 bushel of wheat per acre without scientific farming and from 40 to bushels of corn Tbo bet of garden vegetables and route arc grown here Its miner al resources tire also good Specimens of its building stone can bo seen In tbo foundation of the county court house nnd also In the walls of the new bank building at Liberty In the last 40 pears there have been great Improve ments In buildings and methods of farming around hero After the organization ot tbo com moo school system In 1850 this part of the county took the lead in the ad vancement of popular education and still keeps up with moro favored parts At the organization of that system Casey county was far behind other itte buildings but under tho ftuperlnton dcnco of that sterling old commissioner Require John Humphrey the cause of education soon made rapid strides but was soon Interrupted by tho fierce spirit of war There has been much business done in this section since tbo advent of the railroad Humphrey k McCluro with others did a largo mercantile and tim yearPI timbers were the finest In the Stato A fine trado Is still going on but timber Is getting scarce Our town has tw mercantile establishments four black smith khops one mill onq shingle ma chine and two doctors and several real dences In regurd tenor merchants Mr A C Bales drifted bore from Indiana when the completion of tbo Cincinnati Southern opened the great timber trade Ho married a Casey county woman und hoe become naturalized ills storo Is on tbo corner of Yoscmlto and lUng lIo streets Rod bo does a 1good business Simon T Elliot who U a native of the heath keeps store on Main street nearly opposite Jako Our taros twill and slag near tbo corner of Somerset and Eubanks streets He too hoe n good trade Our two doctors are W T Garner and D S Floyd both gentlemen of skill and reputation In their profession Though our town occupies considerable space tuo num ber of buildings U limited there being many vacant lots between tho business houses Wo hope those lots will soon be surveyed and buildings erected on them A now telephone tine biB boon lately opened from here to Yosemite and Bethclrldgc lilies Frances Elliott alter a lingo lag Illnu8 of consumption died last Friday night and burled on Saturday Sbo was a daughter of Johnson Elliott deceasedMr Martin opened a ecle school ut the lower school house at this hn8Ialn1edMagglo Drown Lutber Elliott Gcorgo Garner Claude Hatter and Elmer Brummltt nil started last week to at tend tho Stato College at Lexington Wo met Joshua Swopo and Robert Givens of Lincoln county ut Elliott 8 store last Saturday They woro around inqulRy of high prices naked In this section E T FIGURE PUZZLE PRIZE JOHN Wj MILLKK OP LANCASTER WINS IT Mr John W Miller of Lancaster who sent In answer No3 wins t prize offered for tbo correct solution of figure puzzle Others who sent in correct answers wore C Butcher Jr No 6 J 0 Rinohcart 0 C L Pruitt Miss Marguerite Klnnalrd 32 T T Burdett 61 W M Bright 50 John L Alverxon 05 J T Embry 07 and Vin cent Geor 72 Tho solution Is to add up each rowof figures They make 25i 2 and 5 aro and three times 71aa Over 100 plo have tried their hand at the puzzlo and many of tho answers are quite original und Ingenious Wo bavo en joy ed looking over the loiters and wo trust those who have soot them feel ro ald for their efforts Tho following answers have C H received slice last issue Mies Mary Porttnan Stanford Richard C Martin Saufloy D W TrIbble Richmond No2 Mrs J B Green Maywood G S Elkin Stanford A B Williams Yosemite Mrs E A Blaln St Las Cruces N M The directors of the Louisville k mlanInual ML VERNON A daughter of John Stokes fell on Ice and suffered concussion of the tMI B M Lair aged about 48 died day of pneumonia at his home scar Conway Mrs A B Cramer bad opened up groceries dc In the Pennlneton afore IOUBO lately vacated by Alfred Dryant Dr Williams has our thanks for clparllla1 from Manila of which the custom authorities allowed him to pass 3000Degrees wore conferred on live can didates In the Masonic lodge hero lost Monday The order Is In u flourishing condition W J Sparks who has an extensive tie business has formed a partnership with thai excellent gentleman W T Brooke Hazel Patch general merchan dise fc- cCurtis Govor had a sample of South African tobacco presented to him by a friend lately from that troublous coun try It Is the blackest article we have over seen In that line Your reporter was in Lancaster from Saturday until Monday where ho met many old friends and lent some assist once in making some changes in tho big telephone switch boards of the Bas tin system Win R Wbltaker aged JU died at his home near the mouth of tikaggs creek Sunday afternoon of pneumonia no was a prominent farmer and at ono time represented this und Laurel coun ties In the Legislature The Dally Miner of Juneau Alaska speaks very highly of Abraham Fred ricks U S district attorney for Alas ka Mr A was lately elected president of the Alaska bar association oHe Is a native of Rockcastle Hun Singleton who has been in Lan caster since 1820 is running the Pen dennls restaurant Everybody around town seems to lay awako nights mak log up jokes on Judge Hughes He holds his own with them though Some of the Lancaster boys are not pleased with Louis Landrams effort to suppress indiscriminate shooting and night deviltry generally by the young fellows of that town These parties say that It will make oven tho citizens of Clay county afraid to remain over night in Lancaster Rake em again Louis Kiss Ella Joplin is one of the teach ore lately added to the college J J Williams has boos seriously ill J T Adams has arrived from Garrard and Is now located in rooms above Houks store D S Purdom has brought a lot in tbo west gad of town rind will build a residence J A Landrum and fam fly have been at Plttsburg visiting a sick relative Wm Welsh of tho Pine II1I1 Coal Co was hero Wednes day Noah Tyrco Is dangerously ill of typhoid lover at Livingston E K WIlsoji whose case was venucd from London to this point was hero during the week Albert CrutchQeld of Cum berlapd Gap is horn visiting S W Davis CHURCHES AND PREACHERS tRev John B DIckson of London has been called to the pastorate of Mt ZIon church one of the oldest and far gest churches In Madison county Tho Christian Church Year Book reports lu Kentucky Churches 830 membership 107000 Only onethird of tho churches report any gifts tofor olgn wlesloas Tho annual meeting of the Broadway Baptist church Louisville was large r0ly attended Reports showed 102 ad dltlons no protracted meeting win held 10043 received all accounts set tied and money in Its several treasur- Ies nltxlThereA TKRKIULE was n man who was too stingy to subscribe for his homo paper so sent his little Athothe little boy was going homo down and broke his leg Tho father beard his cries and ran out to see what oDwas tbo matter but slipped and fell dislocating his knee and tearing tho bosom out of his 310 pantaloons His wife ran to his assistance leaving a two year old baby on tho floor Tbo baby crawled out and toll down Ih 7well and while the mother was Qeh1o tIthe child out the house caught Ore and was totally destroyed Moral Now is the time to subscribe Cam bridge O Sun THE APPETITE OF A GOAT II nYlt 1 all dpel1111 wbooe Stomach and Liver are out or order All such should know that Dr King licebtiy Tills the ooderful- Slonllcb nil Urcr JTW a pleniUd r lelile sound and x regular Uxllljr hart that tnauresperhethealthantigreat energy Only 23 cents ot 1cunjs Drug J M Toner prominent at Terre Haute Ind in church and Sunday school work became infatuated with a Negro girl and although be bad a grown fatally ran oft with her to Chi cago Thoro they disagreed and ho killed her and then himself The wages of sin Is always death Columbia University received a total of 232000 ad anonymous Christinas gifts PXa csremWe wish to announce to the people of Stanford and vicinity that we have rented a room in the Myers House foul for the next few days we will offer Special Inducements to those wishing to purchase a fine Piano We have selected number of choice pianos representing the dif ferent makes manufactured by us and in order that they may be sold in this territory we will ofler Special Inducements in Price and you are invited to call an examine these pianos and get our prices W II GIHSOX Spl Salesman D H BALDWIN F CO Last Whack Only A Few Days More We Invoice Monday Now is Your Chance For Bargains THE GLOBE J L Frohman Co Phone 136 Danville Number One Gets The DOLL Bring That Number lAndthe Doll is Yours CRAIG ROCKER Stanford 000000000000000000000000000000000000o 0 ggOOPERAHOUSE IILOUIC g PaintsoAttention Given to the 0 0oo Terms Cash Telephone No 27 o 0ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooobo = = u = = rfi NENS fti I WBAP I iJlOfAll Kinds CLOTHINGlf NECKWEARiOOJ c c IJJ IWJ f Overshoesg i Ladies and Childrens Shoes irTerms Cash Iil L TS Z 2 = q =oM = M = 200 UPTODATE HORSES 200 The only genuine and plel1surohorsed The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky TwentyThird Sale Jan 3031 Feb 1 2 1900 mylIugo Tt9I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 12 1900 W P WALTON SIX PAGES Tim Houses of Reform now contain p 27 white and 32 colored boys and the courts are sending now recruits almost dally The Institution Is In Rood run nlng condition and the Inmates all seem to be satisfied and willing to learn They are very comfortably sit uated and Supt Doak Is fast Rotting home llke conditions to prevail A visit to tho Institution will convince any ono of Its Importance and necessity 1and of the wisdom of the trustees in adopting the plans they have so that buildings can almost bo added indefinitely as they are needed The manual training building and the power bouse have been completed and a double cot j tago for boys and a single ono for girls are approaching completion and It will t require all of the 8100000 to pay for them leaving other and very Important buildings such as the agrlcultuiol t building the administration cottage and a second cottage each tor boys and girls yet to be bullt In order to build them the trustees will ask for an 1additional appropriation of 100000 by the present Legislature which will doubtless send a committee to visit the Institutions and report The Importance of caring for and reforming youthful criminals can not be overesti mated and there is little doubt that the Legislators will grant the additional appropriation which will meet pres cat needs and put Kentucky with the forefront in a matter in which she has so long lagged To save the children from the association of hardened crim inals in the penitentiary and to make useful citizens of them tho Houses of Reform aro designed and every cent spent for the purpose will pay the State many many fold On one of the pages of this issue will be found a copy of the law prescribing for what offenses children may be sent to the louses of Reform and how they may be sent JOE BLACKBURN is now senator elect from Kentucky and all good demo ocrats say amen They have been without a representative the Upper House of Congress since Lindsay turned against them and the unspeakable DeBoo was foisted upon them The vote on joint ballot was Blackburn 70 Brailey 54 Ray of Garrardi was at home and Alexander and Hays of Louisville didnt vote There Is some doubt about the proper date the election of a senator and in forI to make assurance doubly sure Blackburn will be elected some more next Wednesday He was cheated out of his dues at the last session and tho more times bo Is elected now tho better We should like to vote for him every day In the year IT Is always the kicked dog that howls Seeing tho handwriting on the wall that democracy is about to come into possession of its own the repub licans have renewed the tactics em ployed to intimidate the election board by making all manner of threats against the Legislature the judges and all others who dare to do their duty But their bluff wont work The democrats are proceeding along purely legitimate and prescribed lines and if this decision shall be in their favor those declared elected to the offices will fill them and that wilt be an end of it The republicans can talk but they dare not act Bluff has always fbeen their game THE oath of Whallen In procuring a warrant for Senator Harrel for ob taming money under false pretenses confirms in full the statement of the Senator and shows the Buckingham Boss up aa the blggcstarascal and liar in the business When the charges of attempted bribery were first made fagainst him ho declared that It was a pipe dream and that bd scarcely knew Barrel His sworn statement gives the lie direct to this and proves to what desperate straits I the Brownies and republicans had come in order to carry their point A filthier load of fish or a dirtier combine 1 was never known than which conspired toaefeat democracy GOY BRADLEY denies all knowledge f of the massing of State troops at frank- fort l in citizens clothes to prevent the unseating of Taylor Ho said how ever Wo will summon about 2000 J witnesses hero whoso evidence is to be taken for the use before the Staio con test board and many of them I sup pose will come but there will be no effort at intimidation I tako no stock In the talk about bloodshed And no other sensible man docs If the Legis t lature finds that Goebel ia elected that is the end of It If it says Taylor is that ends it too It Is silly and cowardly to talk about blood letting The law is supreme and will prevail Secretary of War Root assures Re publican National Committeeman Payne ho is not and will not bo a cant didate for vice president t Eeikll JUDGE CANTKILL slapped a fine ot 820 each on P Wat Uardln and Theodore Hallam for contempt of court for filing the petition making charges against thn Franklin county grandI jury the Commonwealths attorney and Esquire Geo B Thompson Tho judge gave them a chance to explain and they declining to do so ho said that such practice as they were at tempting to do did not rise to tho dignity ot ihystorlng and ho would not permit his court to be disgraced by such procedure Mr Hardtn at least ought to havo known that ho couldnt project that way with Judge Can trill who had scored it to an attorney general before Tho friends of Mr Uardln are very sorry to see him mix business of defending aup In the nasty would bo briber and fear that his po litical star has forever set Tim following dispatch was sent from Lexington to a dally paper It Is freely predicted hero by leading republi cans that the crisis can not bo delayed much longer and that should shooting begin Goebel will bo the first to fall Soma bty Goebel should bo shot and that Gov Taylor should pardon tho murderer An Irresponsible fiend is doubtless the author of this diabolical suggestion but tho wholo trend of re publican tactics snow that while they do not dare to glvo public utterance to such a thing they would connive at any plot or scheme to carry their point The dispatch should put democrats on their guard and prepare them for any emergency WE are glad to see that tho Legisla ture is taking stops towards a return to the vlya voco system of voting To the secret ballot Is duo all our political woes since It gives so much room for rascality and a reversal of the suffra gists intentions As the ballot is a constitutional provision the question jyjll bavo to bo submitted to the people before It can be repealed WHILE are people for obtaining money unde false pretenses whats the matter with putting old Bro Coleman In the jug Ho secured some 50 cent contributions to stamp out Goebollsm but he failed utterly and entirely to do so Surely bo must have put the money to other uses GUM SHOE HUNTER Is back from Guatemala on a 60day leave of absence If the government pays tho freight on him every time ho comes and goes It has a big expense on Its- hands The old coon ought to be made to stay In one place or the other Tug Louisville Post prints a flaming head line that Bryan wants contests In Kentucky stopped If he does ho wouldnt toll the Post first and the statement is nothing more than another of the clumsy lies of that lying sheet POLITICIANS AND POlfFcS The election commission is down to work trying the minor contests Prison Commissioner Henry George has announced his candidacy for re election by the Legislature Judge Tarvin won In the damage suit against him by the councilmen who sued him for damages for Impris onment oenator Burnam republican Introduced a bill to repeal the Goebel elec tion law and substitute the former elect tion law Hon C C Bagby of Boyle was hone ored with the chairmanship of tbo committee on criminal law and placed on the judiciary and court of appeals committees Judge Walter Evans A E Wilson and R E Woods Kentucky republl cans believed to be representing Gov Taylor called on President McKinley and told him their troubles Senator Klexander who knows how It Is offered an act to punish by fine imprisonment and loss of suffrage for five years any person who circulates malicious campaign lies or political slandersHaving been there himself Col Billy Brccktnridgo Is advising the anti Goebelites to got their case into tho Washington courts It Is the old story of the fox that left his tall In the trap Louisville Times The Rouse without ado adopted the Senato rules including the provision that Speaker Trimble preside over all joint assembly sessions Instead of the lieutenant governor 54 to 44 Hlnton and Orr voting with the republicans Lt Gov Marshall made a demand upon Speaker Trimble for the gavel to preside over the joint session Wednes day but being unable to cite any law requiring him to act yielded to Speak er Trimble who presided under the now joint rule A bill to prohibit the use manuac turo or sale of cigarettes and to provide the punishment therefor was tot tered in the House This Is the bid anticigarette bill amended to conform to the Tennessee law recently declared constitutional In his speech on the Philippines Senator Beverigo of Indiana said that the man little knows tho common pco ploot tha republic little understands the instincts of our race who thinks wo will not hold lttho Philippine arch ipelago fast and hold It forever administering just government by simp lest methods 1 Mr Newlands of Nevada has asked I the House to appoint a committee of fivo to ascertain whether the term Unit d Stitcs in the constitution In eludes only the area within the boundaries of the States or whether It in cludes all territory belonging to the United States Tho injunction case of the regular State election commissioners against the rump board was argued before the full bench of the court of appeals yes terday and submitted Attorney Louis McQuown appeared for the regular board and Gov W O Bradley for the commissioners appointed by Taylor Mr John W Rawlings of Danville told tho Cincinnati Enquirer that the democrats who voted for Senator Goo bolt and believe that he was elected also believe that tho Legislature will do Its duty and seat their candidate it ho was fairly elected without fear or favor and tho people will sustain Its action adding If we yield our rights this time to republican militia rule we might us well turn the State gOY crnmont over to them fo all time as they will resort to the same unAmcr lean tactics again and as often as an election comes on Senator George T Farris of rand county is father of a bill which If passed through this General Assem Lily will put the trusts and big corpor ations doing business in the State of Kentucky out of politics for good Tho measure proposes to put in Immediate operation that portion of Section 150 of the Constitution which provides that for Interference in any election a corporation shall forfeit Its charter or If a foreign corporation Its right to do business in the State The bill pro- vldesa fine Of from 8100 to 82000 for each offense Eightysix bills wore introduced Tuesday In the Senate and Houso Among them were several bills on the order of the Chino School Book measure and the Roberts Local Option bill several antitrust bills an anillobby ing bill an anti cigarette bill a bill for an additional circuit judge in Jell creoo cpunty a bill for u now judicial district composed ot the counties of Leslie Clay and Knot a bill to submit a constitutional amendment abolishing the secret ballot und two bills for a polltax qualification on voters Mr Bagby of Boyle offered a bill providing for an appropriation of 8125000 for the erection ot a build ing for a dormitory dining room and school rooms as an addition to the Deaf Mute Institute at Danville and for steam heating Improvements Slack ot Owonsboro in nominating Gov Bradley for U S Senator ripped and rared and tore his shirt after the manner of a new convert to republi canism such as he is In declaring his belief that the democratic majority has determined to rob the present occupants of the olllccs to which tiny had fairly and honestly been elected by the people in November in spite of the most gigantic frauds that over disgrac ed the State and put In their places a who dominate thegang of conspirators party In majority in the Legislature Gov Bradley in accepting the novel nation was almost as Intemperate for he said The very air Is full of con spiracles All those have failed up lo date however and as sure as God reigns the men who havo been placed In these offices by the sovereign coplo wilt stay there The democrats ox press the belief that Mr Bradley words mean that Gov Taylor will call out the militia defy all legislative and court decisions and try to keep himself In otllco They say that as long as the republicans thought they could bribe democratic legislators and have things go their way they wero con tent to try the contests but since the tables hayo been turned they arc squealing like a pig under a gate BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Three miners were killed by falling rock in a mine near Ashland William Wasco was hanged at Plus burg for killing his sweetheart Another advance was made by tho trust In all grades of refined sugar luring the past yearS3584174 were given to schools colleges libraries c A womac was hanged at London for killing her Illegitimate threeyearold sonPhil C Swab president ot tho Reliance Coal Co was found dead in his stable at Middlesboro Pennsylvania hung three of her murderers Tuesday two at Montroso and tho other at Pittsburg In the United States last year 200 now textile mills were built 100 of them being In the South In a fight originating over a trivial oourt at Oakcase In u magistrates Ridge Mist three men wero killed and two others wounded A coal oil Btovo exploded at the homo of Mrs Mary Theobald in Louisville and she and her daughter Miss Lucia da were fatally burned The handsome residence in New York of Joseph Pulitzer proprietor of the New York World was destroyed by fire loss 8310000 Two women lost their lives The Gorman and French holders of Transvaal gold shares have decided to cooperate in resisting the per cent by the Transtax on the output Imposed vaal government The loving cup made from melted wr dunce contrIbuted by over 70000 Amer lean olllzous u majority ot whom were children was presented th Admiral Dewey Tuesday Tho fund for the benefit of tho faml ly of the late Maj Gen Lawton has reached the munificent sum of 80500 Of this Maj Gen Shafter raised 810121 In San Francisco Terry McGovorn knocked out Georgo Dixon featherweight champion of tho world for moro than 10 years and the winner of over 800 ring battles In the 8th round at Now York At Rlplcy Tenn Marlon Durham and W D Turner peace olllcers wcro shot and killed by two Negroes broth ors ot a Negro whom the officers had arrested for failure to obey the vaccl nation laws a mob pursued the Negroes and killed them The Langton gun stock factory of Frankfort lad has received an order from the Truiwani government for 40 000 gun stocks Thu stocks will be ship ped to a gun factory at Now YorkJ where they will be fitted to rules and then sent to the Boors The famine situation In India Is dally growing worse scarcity of water being added to the lack of food It Is call mated that three million persons are employed on Government relief work The sale of children by starving pa rents has grown to bo common Alcn with Schemes Men who have been prominent in public Ufo null have retired to tho fields of quiet business nro in con Mont demand by the man with n theme says the Chicago News It tho promoter can only ecuro the tame of some wellknown man in con nection with hl nioneynMikcr cither nn stockholder director or president tho public Is ready to take nn Inte- rut ExMayor George n Swift won talking with n party of friends in the rotunda of the Great Xorthern Mil telling of tho army of men with themes who called upon him Be fore Col G II Davis filled wo were dls cussing this everpresent man said Mr Swift Tho colonel had them call upon him by the wore It IB rather funny to listen to some of their tortes All ho want in just your name not n cent of money you know Ho wilt make you president of tbo company which will mako anywhere from 300000 to 1000000 n year You do not need to sign iv paper all you need do is to draw your pay nnd vpcnd tho money Sometime I find royiclf nearly believing these fellow aa their yams are so good Things Looked Dark A very agreeable talker an educated colored man addressed the students at Adelbert college the other day says the Cleveland Plain Dealer He talked in terestingly about his experience in hll chosen profession that of a lawyer asserting that on but one occasion he ever met with discourtesy at the hand of white men during hit legal UpI rience in his native state Virginia Thi happened in a backwoods hamlet where the general Ignorance of the inhabit ant wax some excuse for their boorlsh ness In the course of his remarks he perpetrated an unconscious humor that brought a smile to the students faces tbclllnkerblmIlell in my profession with omewhatgloomy anticipations he said When I reached Alexandria where there were 7000 colored people everything looked dark It WOR at this point that the ample ran around Several days ago Dr Alvey says the Morgnnfleld Ky Sun of Wnverly drove to town in a buggy Upon his ar rival tiers be discovered that one of hia bens bad ridden all the way with him in the back end of tho buggy The doctor had to go further lon the road no he shooed the hen out of tho ve liiclo and left her here Dh Alvey WUI gone all that day and night and a part of the next Tho hen In tbo meantime found her way to Jailer Bnodgrasu chicken coop where she spent the night When Dr Ahoy returned to Morganficld the next day ho put his borso in n livery stash and of course tho buggy belonging to the medicine man was only one of a largo number about the stable But strange to say that old lien seemed to know when the doctor returned and with n remarkable display of animal Instinct picked out his buggy got buck Into her plows and waited for the doctor to start back home A born in Arootook Me has long gone ticfihinglcd because the farmer who owned it was too infirm to climb to the roof whllo ope of Ids sons lied gone to war In tile Philippine and tho other to the Klondike The other day how over the farmers only daughter come home from the normal school and shin gled the barn ns welt as nay man in town could have done and she didnt once pound her fingers with the ham mer either A Maine paper tell about a woman 03 years old living In Wlslfuet who recently deserted her fifth husband Ixxnuse as she told tho court he wasnt her style The husband tests fied that for eight years lie bad been obliged to get all Ids own mcnls and do the family washing besides nnd thereupon tho justice granted the dt vorce asked lot w rwarWONiwMryp JANUA- RYGlearanGe sate Lively shopping hero since our great Clearance Sue commenced This wlilea wake IIand popular house has indeed presented the busiest appearance of nny store In Stan ford since Inauguration of its January Clearance Sajo TIED announcement for this week will give you an idea of the remarkable Inducements oflered diirlni iliU un usual saloITHIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITYI It ia ours only to reduce stock Whllo taking stock wo throw out come choice bar gilns 09999999999999999One wear cheap at 60o per suit clearance price 32c for shirt and drawers aa long as they last One lot of Ladles Union Stilts 60c grade to close 39c Ladles Itiblnd Vests fleeced lines only 15c two for 25c CO Pairs of Iadles Turnsole Show lace or button worth from 8160 to 260 clearing price USe as long as they last Nos 2J to J One lot of 10 Pairs of Children Shoes Nos 2 and 3 to clo o at 15c per pair Now is your chance if you need n capo or cloak 83c for a 315 Cape 1 123 for a SI 76 Cape fl33 for a 82 Capo sail 360 for a f5 tope 99999999999999999 e999999999One lot of Childrens Cloaks lo close at uSe I 25 childs Jacket for 12 18 60 for a 13 Jacket 1205 for a3 60 Jacket r 3 Cases of lillie lllack and White Shirt- Ing Prints at 44 J anti Be 25 Pairs Shoes 11 60 grade I to dose out nI23 Tails of Hoys Shoes that tell at tl25 and 9L0 will be closed at OSc Indies Jackets f3 03 for afl Jarkcl 1360 for a fi Jacket 1175 for a II Jackal 260 for a 350 Jacket Mens Odd Pants one lot ot 160 Paula will close at 100 A few of 12 Iants to elate at tl503- DozcnUoy Jeans Kneo Pants agej 4 to 7 years to close at 15c 9999999999999999 Special Bargains in Gotfiina r IATTHE LOUISIVLLE STORE A URBANSKY CO Proprietors TD KANEY Manager Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHKLTON IIIIWIIIKNT Next Session Will BeginnJanyS22nd When New Pupils Willfbe Received and Classified For admission call on MILS NAN m 8 8AUFLKV Lady Principal ill S S 10 S SSSS S TRADE WITH JAMES FRYE Hustonville AND SAVE MONEY Saaaaa aaa a a aaaaaaas PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints t r And Oils Telephone No2 N Y Stanford Ky j rm CJ1S1NJ J IJ t STANFORD KY It The Itccognlzod Loader in The Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness At The LowestPrices Cypress Shingles Iron FcnceI ACSmEJ STANFORD KY I Metal Roofing Mill Work I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 12 1900 W P WALTON HOUSES OF REFORM BUCTION8 OP Till ACT IUXJVIATJNO COMMtTMinm t Aits 1890 Chop 83 Approved March 21 180S- lXTlOV 13 IVUATia DUTIKS OK OOUUTH IX COMM1TTIXO WltCIl any boyor girl is brought before nn cir cuit county or in cities of tho first or cccond claw police court being under ho ngo of 18 years it shall bo lawful for such court or anyof thcIIII in ha discretion to commit such boy or girl to lurid boomed of reform fur nny period of time not exceeding tho minority of mich child in tho follow I llug cues 1 Upon complaint of parent or guardian pupportcd by satisfactory evidence that by reason of incorrigi blo nnd vicious conduct such hoyor girl is not subject to tho control of mich parent or guardian or that ho or silo habitually disobeys the com niantli of such parent or guunlian or rcnirts to immoral places or practices and refuses to attend pchool or to lore form labor suitable to hid or her ca pacity nnd thnt by reason thereof his or her welfare and the protection of girlfmid institutions uflimlfiJ Upon complaint made by any peace oflicer or citizen gupjKirtcd by cntkfliatory evidence that owing to tho ubovo reasons nnd the further reason that tho Niront or guardian of ouch infitnt Is of such immonil chilI actor tool depmved ImblU that ho or she U incapable or unwilling to oxer rise tho euro or discipline neeiry- or that owing to the said moral do prnvity of tho jmrentH or gunnlbui of Midi Infant he has no suitable home and Is liable to bo taught to teclllII dUrcputnhla and immoral life and id ooitHjquantly n proper subject for tho wiiil commitment old guanlinnghi- pi Upon conviction in nny of the paid courts of nay crime penal of 1flUIO or violation of miy law of this State or ordinance of any cityand tho punishment fixed at llfteon days or iuoro impriKHimont in tho jwuiten tiary county or city jail- I When tiny toyor girl under the ngo of eighteen na aforesaid ehall lw arre eel charged with the emu uube1OIi of n crime u conviction of which would subject him or her to imprijoninunt the judge of any of tho itfbrottud courts liofore which ho or eho is brought sal nt any stage of tho truth by Jho consent nnd nt tho replost of the accused or of his or for parents or guardian arrest the progress of tho Ntmo and commit tho Micouicd to toad inHitutioiif fi When tho grand jury of any county are Hitiffiwl that there is sulli Clout evidence to put tho ncctifod on trial for n crime or misdemeanor he or she being II before stated under 1the ago of eighteen years it may in of an indictment return to the court n report in writing recon mending such infant to tho guardian 1ship of tho house of reform and thereupon if the court bo Hitulied front tho evidence adduced that such commitment would ho proper it may order euoh boy or girl to bo commit tell to eaid institution for any length of time not exceeding tho minority of said child And it phnlj ho tho duty of the judge of nay court sentencing a boyor girl to either of said institutions under this net to certify to the toIIlIpcrintellllcnt thereof tho ago of the person eo committed ns nearly its it can ho ascertained by testimony token under oath and the cause for which committed HAVING A GHKAT RUN ON CHAM- HBKLAINS COUU1I UEMKDY Manager Martin of tho Pierson Drug Store informs us that ho is having a grout run on Chamberlains Cough Horn t cdy lie Bolls live Mottles of that medi cine to one of nny other kind affil it gives great satisfaction In those date of la gilripo there Is nothing like Chamber Inlnss Cough llemcdy to stop tho cough heal up the soro throat ant lungs nnd give relief within a very short time The sales are growing and nil who try it nn pleased with its prompt action South 1Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by Hockcr Druggists s Ingersoll on AlcoljOe One of the greatest temperance urn lions over delivered in tho English langungo was delivered by Ingersoll in 1It case where ho was defending n liquor dealer It was ns follows I am aware that there is n preju dice against any man engaged in the manufacture of alcohol I believe that from the time it issues from the coiled urd poisonous worm in the distillery until it empties into tho hell of death dishonor and crime it dcmor nlixes everybody that touches it from its source to where it ends I1o not believe anybody can contemplate tho subject without becoming preju diced ngainst that liquor crimn uAll wo have to do gentlemen is to think of the wrecks ou either bank of the strewn of death ot the suicides of the insanity of tho poverty of tho gilMiJit iit of the little nliitlrn tugging nl the faded nnd Wc8rybreasts ofweeping andta spairing wives neking for brenclflf tho talented men of genius it has wrecked tho mon struggling with im aginary eerpcntfl produced by this devilish thing and when you think of the jnils tho almshouses of the nsy lunif of the priMiis of the scaflblds upon either lank I do not wonder that every thoughtful non is preju diced against this stud called alcohol rntempenuicc cuts down youth in its vigor manhood in its strength nnd ago in its weakness It breaks tho fathers heart bereaves the doting mother extinguishes natural nflcc tions onuses conjugal loves blots out fdial attachments blights parental hope nnd brings down mourning age in sorrow to tho grave It produces weakness not strength sickness not health death not life It makes wind widows children orphans f titers fiends mid nil of them paupers and beggars It feeds rheumatism nursoa gout welcomes epidemics in vites cholera imports pestilence and embraced consumption It covers the land with idleness misery nnd crime It fills your jails Supplies your alms houses and demands your asylums It engenders controversies fosters quar rels nnd chorishos riots It crowds your penitentiaries nnd furnishes vie tims to your scallolds It is the lifeblood of the gambler tho aliment of tho burglar the prop ol tho highway man nnd the support of the midnight incendiary It countenances the liar respects the thief esteems the blasphe mar It violates obligations revcr daces fraud nnd honors infamy It dofamos Iwnevolonco hates love scorns virtue and slanders innocence It in cites tho father to butcher his helpless ollspring helps the husband mnssacre his wife nnd tho child to grind time parioidal ax It burns up men con sumes women detests life curses God end despises heaven It sulwrna witnesses nurses perjury defiles the jury lax and stains tho judicial ermine It degrades tho citizens debases the legislator dishonors statesmen and disarms tho patriot It brings shame not honor terror Sot safety and with tho malevolence ofn fiend it calmly surveys its frightful desolation unsatisfied with its havoc it poisons felicity kills pence ruins more als blight confidence slays reputation and wipes out national honors then curses tho world and laughs at its ruin It docs all that alldmoreit mur dots the soul It is the son of vi Ininics tho father ofall crimes the mother of abomination tho devils best friend and Gods worst enemy itrtvtuVito learnmistscience haalrenaloto cure In nil III flaws and that Catarrh llalla Catarrh CurcU the only catarrhtltutlonal trcatnir nt Halli Catarrh Curtlitsk en Internally nclnk dlrrclljr upon the Wood anti deolrorlnlIhotlent strength by building up the v n Million and propdetonthey otlrr One Hun lrftl Uollan fur any case that It falla to cure Spud for lUt nf trutlraonlali Addrwa K JCIIENEYtCUToledo O Sold by DninUta flaps Fatally are the beat p p A young man came Into our toro yes ton ay suffering from a severe attack o cramp colic writes U F Hess mller anti general merchant Dickeys Moun tarn IJnhHe had tried various homo remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy I gavo him a dose and It soon brought him out all right I never saw n follow so rejoiced Sold by Craig Hockcr Druggists A Western banker who evidently has moro money than decency will will C 0 Mooros Blue Grass Blade 85000 Lord Chesterfield on the Liquor Traffic liTho noble lord laos been pleased kindly to inform us that tho trade of distilling is very extensive that it cm ploys great number mill that they have arrived at exquisite skill and therefore ho says the trade of distil ling is not to bo discouraged- It appears to mo that since the spirit which the distillers produce is allowed to enfeeble tho limbsvitiatc the blood pervert tho heart and ob acute the intelligence tho number of distillers should lw no argument in their favor for I never heard thnt a law against theft was repealed or de Inc because thieves were numerous So little my lordam 1nfl ctctl by the merit of that wonderful skill which distillers are said to have at tained that it is in layopinion no faculty of great use to mankind to prepare palatable prison nor shall I ever contribute my interest fur tho rcpiicvo of n murderer because ho hash long practice obtained dexterity in his trade If their liquors are so de licious thnt the people are tempted to their own destruction lot us nt least secure them from their fatal draught by bursting tho vials that contain them Let us crush at once these artists in human slaughter who have reconciled their countrymen to sick ness mindruin lint spread over the pit falls of debauchery such n ball ns can not bo resiltCtILonl Chesterfield in House of lords A D 1710 John Powers ujjed 71 u prominent farmer of the Silver Creek section of Madlron Is dead of pneumonia cut Sent express i pretIIdnon heads and a 2ttDt stamp aW rii- I and Buckle froroUonLatest Imported black Swlu gros groin ribbon belting ttyllih Imitation andfalblonable a CoinPurse For IS heads and offluentckcledfnlmel Ladles PenKnife froroLionLarge site good ma- Serial handles nicely decorated and 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old faahioned lowroomed grange beneath whose roof the young people of Glad brook had gathered to keep a merry watch night With music and laughter and gay repartee they meant to dance a welcome to the joyous New Year without muc thought for the staid old twelvemonth which had served them so faithfully But Leigh moved uneasily sending im ploring glances after the blue gown all to no purpose Marie was absorbed with the fascinating company of Maurice Davenport and was smiling her sweetest and Mario could smile divinely and entertaining him admirably Heyburn wu thinking hard and it must be confessed uncharitably lied he wor biped and petted and lived for Mis Sum merfield these two blessed sunlit years to have hope and happiness go into the grave of the frail old year leaving nothing but that Marie was singing to the iweettoned guitar she held so daintily trapped in place with a blue riband Ring out the old ring In the newt The year Is dying let It go Ring In the new ring In the new Her voice teemed to falter a little on the repeat as it fell to a soft cadence Was it possible she was thinking of the old so tenderly the old love for instance Ah well he did not know rTheyule log had burned out a weekago but he had not the heart to take up the silvery ashes from the old red brick hearth as yet Ever since that other night he had kept his vow and closed hit doors to all merriment for two long years But some how the lads and lassies of Qladbrook had lain their sympathies on his doorstone and worked themselves into his good graces once more and before he realized what he was doing he had given up the silent rooms I again to a Christmas party But no more New Year frolics under hitroof he said not until well maybe He stopped abort in hilt musings the remnant of the mistletoe hung in the bracket work of the old chan lookedflooked when Herman Montrose kissed her beneath its potent spella week ago She put him in mind 0so much of her Cov ering his eyes for a moment with trembling nand he went to the window and looked out White and glistening as an angels wing lay the snow on the intervening fields Over there was her house but she bad been away now for a long time studying music and he had heard for she did not write to him that her voice was simply divine and as a musician she was wonderful Nevertheless It was a night like this nodding toward the flooding moonlight out ride that they he andshehad their misunderstanding A spasm of pain crossed hie fine face and he caught his breath a little He could not tell just how it came about never clearly understanding but that night so much like this and New Years Eve too marked the beginning of their di verging paths And he had of di verging fiaths which came together again after awbilel- Tomorrow was the glad New Year again Would its happy greetings be only mockery to him- Suddenly a thought which had smoul dared in his mind for days flashed up like a gleam of heavenly light radiating his whole being She was coming home tonight on the late 1IIER VOICE SEEMED TO FALTER onlyrHe would take the down train get off at Ilockland when she changed cars for Glad brook No one could prevent him from ridng home in the tame coach with her and even that would be a blessed comfort Then maybe something would come of it Who knew In 15 minutes he was inside his great coat and locking the ball door with a ner vous glad excitement stealing over him like the coming of a new day A ten mnia ides walk brought him to the station I Going away for the New YeAr queried the agent pleasantly lauding Heyburn the required pasteboard 0 a little way he replied absently his gloves had he settled himself in the jthumpedbound train than Joe Antrim him on the shoulder and sang going away on a blowout I l suppose Well so am L Some are going 1away and some are coming home the Awkward silence which followed i Joea voluble introduction he seemed to + read Rcyburns thoughts for without look lug further for reply he began again Ties Bummerficld is coming tonight they say and they say too that she is bringing her best felloxf with her Gladbrook looks for a wedding at the Summerfield home to morrow Hut of course I dont know it is only gossip maybe Ilaving tilts delivered himself Joe An trim without waiting for reply betook him justat tween insanity and desperate intent JJut by and by Reyburn mind cleared to Joes last sentence Only gossip Of course that was aliI but Joe was mean to hash It over to him of all persons and in such an insinuating manner too Well he would go on to llockland now if he met her l11i tI Ii complete bridal party be would ice for him self and if it was all true why he would not go home that night and perhaps Glad brook would never see him again At Rockland he had only a few minutes to wait between trains and already the homeboundone was waiting on a sidetrack Purchasing his ticket he ensconced himself where he could plainly see the passengers leave the crosstrain Now for the bridal party at least the bride and groom be said trying to be jocular with himself although his face was very white and his mouth twitched nerv the cry train train everybody began to bustle about Friends baggage and good hys were mixed up indiscriminately but Leigh wu very itlll lie could hear his anxious heart beat out its suspense in great suffocating leaps as the fateful train thundered Sure enough there was Miss Summcrfield and the finelooking young man who helped her alight also took charge of her bag gage Heaven have mercy Were gossip and Joe Antrim right after alU Hut pshaw any chivalrous fellow traveler would have done as much- Notwithstanding this plausible thought Leigh slipped into the homebound coach like a thief taking the corner seat in the rear end of the car When Miss Summerfield came In the terrible groomtobe to whom the bridal party had dwindled even he was not in attendance Marie carried her own grip The man felt a tremor of hope quiver all over him something like an electric cur rent She took the third seat from the door and leaned her head on her hand weari ly A strange air for a bride thought the man in the corner lie could not see her HE WHISPERED MARIE lace but some way he felt that this New Years Eve was not what she wished 0 was she in trouble tout lie had half a mind to go to leer the seat dirvytly behind her was providentially empty i he could whisper Marie over the back of her seat when his courage warranted it At the next atop he took advantage of the stir of the passengers and slipped into the coveted groove Blessed privilege lIe had not been near so near her for and his heart was on fire When he could wait no longer he whispered over the barrier Marie She looked up surprised and startled After the confusion had left her lovely face she gave him her hand gingerly and asked in strained tones How came you here Mr Iteyburn ill couldnot help it beoonItflMd flush ing but looking straight at her I wanted to be near you once more You dont know how miserable I am without you There was a world of emotion in the undertone but he kept bravely on I came down to IU klaud for nothing else than that I might rt a glimpse of you I felt it would comfort roe to ride home in the same coach tonight of all nights He stopped and looked at her in such a pitiful husgryhearted way It was all out now this confauion of his lIe meant to make it at the risk everything before his heart failed himand he had done Of course she could do vhat she pleased with it and him too he had staked and would win or lose all Putting his elbow on the barrier and leaning a little toward her waited for her to speak And her face waa a study Presently she gasped out Then you arent to be married tonight The interrogation snapped the last thread holding Leigh Reyburns great love in re serveMarie darling Could oudid you think 0 Heaven as if I could love anyone but you 0 Marie The whiteness of his face was terrible to see but it all dawned upon her at on- ceIID Leighlshe put out both her hands and two great tears dole down her cheeks to finish the sentence more eloquent ly than words When the train stopped at Gladbrook a acrssthethe gray stone church came the merry chime of bells Ring out the old ring In the new The year Is dying let it go- Ring In the new said Leigh drawing her arm through his The years of mis understanding are dead let them go dearest We will she answered softly and hap pUyAnd Joe Antrim laughed in oils sleeve and said to the bright New Year morning I am glad I set those two simpletons right by a bit of strategy A little prevarication mem But all is fair in love and war IaEJ TIIK WOIIM WILL TWIN 1flfII r r Wouldnt this jar you said the Early Biro a wonn In eight l erhapaIaaid the Night Owl this being New Years the worn has turned a new leaIKanlu City Star A Habit of III Major Going to swear off drinking this year old man Minor I suppose so 1 generally do Town Topic A CHRISTMAS COMEDY Rather Exciting Hut Alt Concerned tore Expected to Recover t Sfk ELL how did Christ v 0 i mu go off at your house Mr Talk much eked after she had told Mrs 2 Spilkina exactly how much each of her il own gilts bad coat- andc what she had ex- changedi them for K I afterwards Ohh pretty well We hope to be fully recovered from the ef feet of it in a week or two You see on Christmas Eve the children were so excited About the coming of Santa Claus that they couldnt get to sleep Young Mr Kizzleton stayed pretty late too at least it seemed so to Mr Spilkiu and myself though Ethel didnt agree with us After he left w e found that Harry breathing was still too regular to be trusted and we must wait to hang the stockings I said Id wait up and do it Im a poor sleeper anyhow Why 1 never close my eyes until Ive made Mr Spilkini get up and investigate the smell of gas In the room Yes isnt it odd that it only smells after all the jets are turned off never used to imell gas until after I was married but now Smellit every night So do I Mr Spil kips said hed get up and hang the stock ings said he could wake at any moment he chose It seemed a pity that be never chooses to wake at the regular hour for get ting up but I said nothingat least very lit tie Ethel wasnt sleepy and wanted to hang them but her father said shed be thinking of young Fizzleton and forget to notice whether the children were asleep or not Why she makes enough noise alter he leaves at night to wake the dead Yes the wont thing about Loves young dream is the fact that it forgets that other people needsleep Mhm Well I knew Id have to hang those stockings so when it was time I crept down to get them We had left them on the dining table but they were gone Mercy burglars I knew that and flew upstairs Aa I reached the head of the stain I hoard some one along the hall In a second I was in the bedroom with the door locked but Mr Spilkini wasnt therel Gracious had they Then came the most awful groans from the yard below and I knew that they had killed him and thrown him out of the window I remembered then that I had her rowed his best necktie the day before with out remembering to ask his consent and now I was a lone widow who could never ask forgiveness for the ink I had spilled on itl I flew to the window calling Police r WHEN HE HEARD wirer CALL FOR THE POLICE Murder Then I heard some one trying my doorThe burglars of course Oh you poor and then came awful screams from Ethel her voice sounding as it does when her little brother brings a mouse into the room Seizing my umbrella I went to her rescue In the hall I ran into the arms o a man and must have fainted for the net thing I knew Mr Spilkins was telling Ethel to burn the ostrich feathers on my new bonnet and see if that would not bring metal It did Im sure But I thought Mr Spilkina was murdered and = Well he wasnt He had gotten the stockings and hung them when he heard me call for the police and Hut the groans and Ethel screams The groaning noise was young Mr Fiz zleton singing a serenade of Christmas hymns under her window She slept through that being roused by her father rattling at my door and thinking was murdered Gracious I hope that was the end of iU It wasnt The police came and seein young Fizzleton in the yard they brought him in to be identificVl as the burglar It took half an hour to induce them to let him go and then they were still auspicious While we were thus engaged the children woke op andate all the candy in their stock ings spent the rest of the night between ministering to them and comforting Ethel who feared that Mr Fizzleton wouU blame her for his sufferings Yes it was rather an exciting Christmas but as I said we hope to be fully recovered from its effects in a week or two ELISA AnilSTRONQ Iletween the Mum My dear Miss llondu your eyes pray lift If this dont win her I am lost And deign to view ray humble gift I hate to think about Its coats May It find favor In your sight And bring about the end I seeks Although IU value Is but alight Ill have to fast at least a week N Y World astir Anauere- dIIolckI1 often see the Christmas goose mentioned in Christmas stories What i a the Christmas goose TomdikThe Christmas goose ii the ma who spends more money for presents than bo can afford Judge A Query The question comes on eatih Christmas morn To Interrupt mens gentler mirth How can the blowing of a horn Assist In bringing peace to earth 7 Washington Star All It AVirnld Ilulil DogFaced BoyDid ycr get yer stockln full o good things Christmas Living Skeleton Yes indeed DogFacfcd Hoy Whatd yer get Living SkeletonA cigarette Town Topics An Good n Theory as Any- TommyWlat are all the men trying to get to the north pole for Willie scornfullyWhat dont you now goosey Why Santa Claus thereUrooklyn Life JOHN HOBBS ERROR How It Helped Him to Break a Cast- iron Resolution was the eve of the New Year In one short hour the bells would 1000John public tat in his office thinking for be had much to think of Eighteen hundred and ninety nine had been what he called a corker In other words it hoij been vastly unuitlt factory lIe was young and handsome and the poorest lawyer in the city both as to finance and legal ability And he rightly attributed this dual poverty to a pair uf brown eyes Had he devoted as much of 1800 to the study of law as he had to those brown eyes he would have progressed vast ly in legal lore And by Jovel he cried bringing down his flit I will not waste another minute pla1hobdraw the line and dismiss thn easel leaving said which he took ap hs pen and wrote the following ironclad rtwlu flout Chicago Jh11St9- I hereby resolve and promse during this year just arrived to hive nut bin whatever to do with Anita Sara Atkins JOHN HOIItlS Having written this he appended the followingI Hobbs having appeared before me John Hobbs a notary public for the county of Cook atate or Illinois do most solemnly swear that I will keep the above resolution JOIN 11011118 To this he affixed his notarial seal and taking 50 centa from his right pocket paid it to himself and put it in his left pocket AFFIXING illS SEAL The clock struck twelve John Hobbs mediately underwent a revulsion of feel mg lie felt that life itself would be worthless without Anita Hut I have sworn t he oldand it would be to t ln1t of her now But suddenly a gleam of joy lightened his face By Jove he cried this resolution is pull and void There is a technical error in Itl f have succumbed to the inevitable force of habit and dated it 1809 instead of 1000 Anita my darling I am free With a cry of joy he coiled the sworn resolve into a lighter and lighted his pipe with Some people swear when they date every thing incorrectly on the first day of a new year As for John Hobbs he only smiles They will lie married in June ELLIS IAJIKKU BUTLER THE GLAD NEW YEAR Its Advent Is Marked by Various Customs In Many Lands 100 YUralInUnited States The state levee at the white house is but the beginning of the calling that continues throughout the aft officialtseason is formally inaugurated on New Years day It is grand rallying day and m n call then who never emerge from their shell again during the year List are published in the ncwtpapen of the houses where receptions will be held with the names of the assisting women The latter often attract more callers than the hostess and newly arrived families are on the look out for popular women for their receptions The affairs are conducted with lavish south era hospitality Tables are loaded with viands real southern eggnog or bowls Fish House punch mixed by a wellguarded formula an heirloom in the family is served It is a gala day for Washington and yeartof In Europe and in some countries its celebra tion is on a more elaborate scale than Christmas lifts are exchanged with reck less abandon recalling the days of feudal lam when every landlord presented his ten ant with a fat capon An orange stuck with cloves was the common gift of poor people Among the rich gloves were a popular prey ent and often a sum of money called glove money sewed as a substitute When pins were invented they took the place of gloves andevery woman was proud of her collection of pins made from thorns bone silver gold or steel The expression pin honey was originally used to designate the money often presented in lieu of the pine for their purchase Under good Queen liens the custom of giving presents on years Will at Ha high water mark and the most extravagant were distributed an onymously with no inscription but a verse expressing greetings According to an old superstition ones luck for the year Is dependent on the corn plexion of the first man who call If be is a blonde fate will bo kind but IIa thencial disaster are apt to step with him So firmly was this superstition implanted in the mind of an elderly woman that she made arrangements every year by which her first caller was sure to bo of a light complexionThe revels In England end with Twelfth Night In America they are drawn to a close with the New Year celebration The stripping of the Christmas tree which properly takes place New Year Eve is frequently made the ex cure for a jolly party There is very likely to be a package on the tree for each one present containing a joke that will be as good natured as it is amusing Drlnlc Ills Only Solace Non dayIChicago Tribune 1liII Ultra shoes tor women their name Ipllesr out of the II 3 ordinary latest and best and They arc dependable shoes wearers this claim wearer Indorser One and many styles THE SHOE FOR V t H For sale by H J McROBERTS GALLERYJ KY This le now the most upto date Gallery In Kentucky been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anaitlgmat Lenses the neW discovery In optlca science I to say to tile Ladies that Just received large of the very Designs irk JVlcmldirjgs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to elaborate Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most paintings Among tho lot la the Now 1Ioleurl luouldinR specially for delicate pictures Embroidered Musts French Water Colors that re quire dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and set our prim Wo save you Third Opposite Post Ky 110 trains trcrr 1 trains CIt SudyTo traIn trains I31tFlorida Havana In Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally Queen and and connecting lines connections to Miami or New Orleans with fast to and San Low rate trip A Woman Only Knows what tittering from of the distinctlyfrmlalneorgansls this pity but he can not know the agonies she goes throulbtbe terrible uttering borne which happinessneedlessMCELREES Wineoi Carom will banish it This medicine quicklyhumiliating physical exam nations Tho treatment may be at There is con tinual and trouble The is cured and of Carduiis becoming the leading remedy for nil troubles of anydruggistFor advice in cases requiring 1 lal directions the DepartmentThe Chattanooga Tenn i NashYDleJTenDwrites be In house when there use gttb awlwomen as to style quality comfort always worthy A host of indorse Each new means a new price 350 WOMEN PRICLv THE FOX ART DANVILLE Central having THESE LENSES FLATTER stock latest money1L Atreet Olilco nnvin INDIANAPOLIS i or to FourFFast p TrainsneatTO siege Toledo DetroitA- ND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS tJVIW 4 every ueckdiy 3 trains on Pullman and Wagner 8tetpen nn night Vrttltated Irlor Can on elsy hula a 4 Irabu avtryattkd y 3 heirs on l t R Solid trains finest South Crescent Through Tampa Steamer Service Nassau Key West Havana Santiago Juan round tickets falling taken homo expense sufferer itayt cured Wino Sisidsy Sunity Ifect a Hook of 100 Fauis TO I 1 the via the not 38 I GGV iIFu- tliuimnau ICincinnati BtAYtp J t 1n Js llffriNiiiiiiiiiutitiiiiririiiriiuuF TYLIS1I ARTISTIC 5 J Ii Dressmakers Recommended by ffi ti= iey AIIOs PltlUe a CALLBAZAR A11fRNS OJ t T aESasst l K NB BETTER AT ANY PRICE ddt if ih ar told In I relys ninthpadr4Stt a Ii Unl t not keep then rn4 t rr m ut lneCent tumps received Addeseyour nucal point x COMPANYi 1 VRANCIl orncts t = iSpPltth Ave r 1091 Market At = Ill CALLS AqJt71INE I c r asavitesam CHICAGO I Ij RELIABLE- SS5 Leadingr SanFrancisco pr best Alagazino Published s PlatesCno Yancp Work nicatiqraelrutpremiumalarallni boric Iml and nlher ulur SuSafptnaontyaeopuyear ge t Yorkit INTERIOR JOURNAL WORD Kv JAN 12 IQOOC WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER t withkill4 No other methods arc over- n PennyStore rERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP s M AGO IK HOCICKU Is quite S3 SALLU SIIKLTOX spent several n Louisville JOHN W Hour hi in the moun olllnfr shoeth1 COICA the MUsea Hallou H A DLAIN writes that J B a doing nicely In Now Mexico Kit J U KnYBit of Lebanon n was hero this wcok hunting AS MKTCALF has sold bit haul j lnNlcholaivlllofor2JOO8100 K WARNER and wife of Gar ere with Mr and Mrs J W a 3 HOLDAM STUART of Corbin IsJ C her parents Mr and Mrs O illqrd 6 LirUR C MARTIN has return m her uncles John Nowell at loburtr KIK THOMAS M OWSLEY Is up fowling Green on a vlllt to his a family L W Htmmrrr of Garden CIt i visiting his relative Dr W Jannon 6 Bum IKTERS hoe returned it Joe Mo where she has been ig her lather I M Dituci and SOD Tom aro visiting Mr C llaugh the Wellt land W II HiauiNS has been con to his room with a cold for tov days but Improving sOlin W E Outruns father E T Ilcazlcy of this place w to Louisville from Shelby Glty 8 Ah E Flfcll and praedion it Icavo tonight for 1noxyll lit her daughter Mrs Dr J ftl J E KELLKIC of Lexington an lowgpapcr man was hero this week contracted for a big ad for The t Circle Pill lu HAWKINS Bitowv 01 Iluston n went over to Lexington TuClidayI avo Dr Leo F Huffman al work for him ss UrCltlt UKUMMRT write nbo Is teaching school at Dan h Mo Sho has beta n successful her hero for several year BsOuu NKWIAND of the Cedar ik section has gone to Klrksvlllo co her homo for the present with lallve Mrs Dr J D Oldham t C T DEGAUMO of the Sta Paper Co Is In town His figures r that printing papers have gone too per coat and aro ettll climbing its MATTIB VANUEVBER Kiituv woman at the Plano repository dyers HOIISO and asks her friends II examine the instrument and P DAVIS who represents ilar k Galhrlght Louisville was hero tnctday and rejwrta a good trade old last year over l S000 worth for iiouso 9L J O CARPENTER went to East nstadt yesterday to seo a patient und there ifo will go to Corbin to ata mooting of the South East ern cal Society 1 n AND MRS GEO E ALTOIID of r turCinncy chaperoned a party to Sprucoby last night Mr Alford great lover of theatricals and hardly over rllescs a show MR AND MRS W M URIOIIT havo- Wo yesterday a little girl at their jso the first of three children This kcs two girls this week for thee ell of tho Lincoln County National a recent election of tho Iustoa St Green Rlycr Valley Telephone James C Coulter of MIddlcburg sleeted president the ofllco F P best filled creditably several years Coulter will also mako a good ono vjus MARTHAMOALISTER has gone Orlando for two months accompan by her daughter Mrs A E flu and eon Master Guy Mr and H E Woollolk reached homo orday from South America b il They loft their daughter era in fine health and good spirits dvocato METBKN young ladles and gent Lie drove out to Mr L L Dotys Fri tight In the bus and being joined dozen others gave the gent lo i now house eujh a warming that nt got cold this winter Tho laJall took u pound apiece of some g good to cat which was opened at proper time and touch enjoyed Iclog card playing and other di Isctnonts woro enjoyed till 1 A JM tho party broke pall agree inston Mr Doty is an excellent host and t Is very wrong for him to con- to live a bachelor WE your old buggy top repaired or 0 got a now ono for you J C 4Ulary t r LOCAL HAPPENINGS Go to Dalton for good watch work WIUTE star colT co ate O Hi Farris k BARREL of juet opened Warren Ss Sbun s DONT Codcontaining 232 acres well yImproved for sale at n bargain Apply to W II Hlgglns for particulars FOR RENT Ono of tho storerooms occupied by Severance Sons Apply at this odlco or to Mrs M J Miller A WOULD of pretty percales ging cheviots c Just opened for e early spring trade John P Jonus I Ail compelled to ask you to settle I need tho money and must havo it Please come at once Mrs Koto Dud decor nT11E Daln Double Geared Corn Crush OliveePlows at Higgins d McKIn noys + FOR SALE log stock K gooighborhoodne e Crook Ky TilE Western Stars tho second en tcrtalnmont In E H Bentley COiI 0Waltonscompany Is recommended as the finest conccrtlsu of tbo year lhtlyODcar of Rowland tulle us bo killed a largo snake Tuesday Ho sax It In a crawlIat were lumme I SETTLE with the merchants twice a year and with tho INTERIOR JOUR NAL sad myself once a year said Dr Clifton Fowler as ho paid for his per for tho 27th year tho other da Fox men RIO as prompt as the doctor ofVCAUIty BR03 will handle n nl caho line of buggies carriages and other vehicles In connection with their laundry and clothing business Their prices will conform to business principle and Ithey rcijxjctfullylnvlto your Inspection efore buying oljowhero WILL soil or root tho house and flvo sores of land on Danville street known as Harris property also tho house and 25 aero of land between Stanford and Rowland 11 nces meadow 0 acres for tobacco and 6 mecca for corn or oa taJHarvey Helm uFtvl TOES ANt THREE FINGERS Mr Den Iloono of the Gilberts CrN section who carao near freezing dur ing tbo cold spell when ha lost his way and slept In an outhouse will lose three fingers and firs tore tbo latter having already bean amputated Soclnd lowing officers for this year Prc dent Dr E J Brown Vice President Dr Borllo Carpenter Secretary a i litlmeeting adjourned attar dining at ti St A aph Hotel to meet hero again 0 blthe 2d Tuesday In March DWSONMlsll JIcclo Bqnzloy re colvcd n dispatch from Cleveland Ot Tuesday tolling her of tho death of Dr J W Dawson who had been in a sanitarium for three years Ho was tho only son of the law Mrs J R Warren and leaves n wlfo and two chll drcn Walter and Licclo Tim latter will borcmcmbercd hero as sbo staid a long time with Miss Licclo Bcazloy ecoLERlsBasil Lewi tho 17yearold son of Dr T B Lewis of Turnorsvlllo died Tuesday of pneumonia attar a weeks Illness and was burled in Buff alo Cemetery Wednesday after ser vices by lieu Hagan pastor of tho Turncrsvlllo Christian church Young Lewis was a splendid boy a consistent member of the church above mentioned and was popular with all classes Tho bereaved parents havo tho sympathy of all In their loss JOSH SI RCaEIIY was splendidly en at Waltons Opera Houso last ni and what tho crowd lacked In numbers It mado Up in enthusiasm Tho drol ondtuna Including a song and dance b cute little tot who was as nlmblo aa tvIracores Tho entire show was good deserves a liberal patronage DAN Ie DIRECTORS At the electlac of directors Tuesday the following Wore chosen Lincoln County National book J Williams J S Owsloy Sr J N Moncfeo A W Carpenter W H Cummins J E Lynn S H Shanks J F Cash and J B Owsloy First National of Stanford F Reid S T Harris J S Hooker W P WaN J H Collier Jr W Hayden S II Baughmau T P Hill W A Trlbble Ah J Miller and Ah D Elmoro National Bank of Hustonvlllo Dr Edward Alcorn B B King J W Powell T J Robinson Dr H Brown CarpenterW WATCH work scientifically done Hamilton IT dayyesterday and IB ller spltnor snow this morning DONT our remnant counter for tburgnlae In Hamburg John P Jones nebawRcolored a house and lot on the St Asaph In Stanford for 8200 DEATH Undertaker J C 6lcClar sent a collln to Brodhcad for Miss Samantha Albright dau of W II Albright who died there of co nsumptionHHAVE you BCa amy littlo boy any where asked Mr J E Lynn who was hunting for his eon Jesse C Lynn In town tbo other day The query brought forth laughter buColmoos coal lands of 600 acres in Whit hirFIVE PER CENT That Is tho amount of dividend that President Joo S odf current expenses and taxes the last al months PUTTwOWlth little or no effort wo have added C2 now subscribers tsolist slate Jan Land still they como droves Wo have the largest clrcpliitloa now of any country paper Stttu requiring 13 resins of paper a eltlonsIDetectlvoILaurel was arrested on the charge shooting In a passenger coach tioned In our last Ho pleaded gait before County Judge StaQsberryy London sad was fined costs NOrGORIIECI1rJ Flsh lahW Trlbble but that gentleman says Isnt near right In bia solution and that ho will sire the fret man who docs solve it correctly u years sub scription to this paper parIto to Fray tho expenses of Ifubble Alvorson and Embry In defending the ladle moots mallcloualy brought against them In tbo U Scourt for oloctl Intimidating Previously reported 810 SO Ih Engleman 50 Sum M Owens 6 00 WL Wood 1 00 200krELOiEiu FOILED About dark We ncsday evening Lewis H Dare and Miss Lula Russell of Mlllcdgcvllle came to the Veranda Hotel to await LoullvlllorAcross over theelor so or Marshal Newland received a mcesn 01Iarrest pull andIyourIBearing t girl who Is but 1C to death and co sidcrably dazing Burs who claims to MarIaccomp1ba aro Ia law of tho girl and they took her bas parents Mr and Mrs M S RUB sell Allan Russell thaVrettlest kind of a girl mad Is bright and Interesting while young Burz seems to boa nice young follow Both were very anxious IfIknot would bo tied before daybreak Tin MISSES SLAYUAIERA let Just received in Glasgow says tho Times from Miss Lzzb Slayraaker now of Berkley Va states that she has engages passage on tho North German Lloyd steamer leaving Now York on May ItOth for Bremen From there she goes to Geneva Switzerland to spend the summer with an auntaf which she will go to Paris Berlin a id studiosgdecided talent In her profession and by tho solo of her paintings has been on abled to accumulate n bank account exposyBC9 Andof ato complete her art education Tho IntelligenceCdlie SJayraakor to Mr Edward Wick- wealthy manufacturer of Northbamp too Va but who resides In Berkley Va The marriage will be coaeum ted at an early day No young over residing In Glasgow were m unlvcrsally admlrcd for their run charming graces and accompllHhmcnta than Misses Nellie and Lizzie Slaymak cr nor has any family over leaving hero been more pleasantly remembered than that of their beloved father Rov W A Slaymakor The very choicest benedictions of their host of Glasgow frlpnds will follow Miss Llzzlo on her voyage across the waters and bo show ored upon Miss Nellie on her happy marriage All of which will bo ro echoed by our people who hold the ex collent family In hlghcstCatoem THE Knlghta of Pythias lodge hero U in good nbapo financially Dr W B OBannon the master of exchequer reports 81230 In cash and notes NEV GOODS hume percales white goods embroideries laces la dles muslin underwear plaid dress skirtings mercerised sateens c Severance S Sons LAND AND STOCK lot of Thin Rind hogs sold In qW at 4c A Hall bought of Morgan Beaz loy 12 ewes at 8 525 Jolly Roger won tho rich Jackson at Now Orleans Loughbrldgo tbo Lexington dealer la paying 85 for now hemp I havo a lot of bluegrass seed fo sale A W Carpenter Danville Anderson I Spillman of Danville continuo to buy growing wheat at 600- shel Entries for tho Futurity to bo un In 1002 number 1211 the largest In tho story of the event James P Harper of the West End who sold several carloads of hogs at Salisbury N Cis buying up another load to take there Bowerman Bros ofcLexlngton have Panneylxvania the Electioneer stallion Boll Sire 22H for 84500 W II Traylor tells us that bwill on begin buying Western corn loch di stillery owing to the high price and oor quality of corn hero D N Prewitt has engaged the lambs from about a thousand owes at to 5c There promises to be quite a heavy crop If conditions remain favorable Advocate Louisofson IIugueltacres ule for 820000 W A Hall tells us that G S Carpenter sold to G M Glvcna a plug horse for 810 Mr Carpenter be says asked 800 for tbo animal but very sen sibly did not let 830 split him In the trade Henry Carters of Bradfordsvillc has shipped eight cur loads of mules South this winter and sold them so as to make him a nlco profit Ha bought a number of them in this county at 870 to 8SO Robert Gentry of Madison lost a val uable brood sate with hydrophobia Felix Estrldgo also lost a good maro intentoa jgony marc ono of off before being killed Losses by fire In Louisville during 1809 woro 8378008 aa against 173OSH7 la 1663fev a called by the congregation of tho Pleas ant Point church Chdre signed the former It Is said that tho Pennsylvania has bought the C k O SundaySchoolfondant Will J Price with a handsome n appreclirTho State railroad commission ia In atg0i othcr railroads have combined wl coal dealers to keep up tbo price that article Richmond Ia to have a female phy In about three months Miss hoMary C Lctcber fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Letcber will bo graduated from the Cincinnati College of Medicine about April land will lo cote there The attorney for Goy Taylor and tor0file vita from the contestces alleging that tho committees to try tho gubernator lal contest were fraudcntly drawn a that certain members aro ineligible FARM AT AUCTION I will tell on next County Court Day Feb 12th In the highest Mtliltr at the rourthouie 65 Acres llaugbmanJ and tar1asusveeB Stanford Kjr PUBLIC SALE IMuF vr Valuably Farm And Residence Tuesday March 27 1900 thetCrfirm of alwulltf ACRES iltimtml on the noylerou1ntwo roeaservant iirtrr Ire house cistern extra l oenrflll nit rrlng n pond larg edauble together wills nrtlalro house and and one oalfAby root barn Fencing on entire place li in good condition end Innade ur ol atone wire land and pott and rail At the tame tune and place will be told a piece land of afoot 2f acres In the forks ot the ISIanforJ and Lancaster turnpikes which has upon It a splendid etoue quarry and a good blacksmith bo implementsCI will actsetexaa latest improved Wheat Drill Wheat Or Mounlld Corn Planter half land Planters new Hay lUke large lot of Ilcki Shoredlerkactcm blulcsl York 110rl8- allollo rse fl heal of tlntclan youn addlo oweOPOtree and stubblenyand TIIt ISIor real estate onelulf ca h balance In a and Months with lieu on land to wcure deferred psymcnts For pfwonalty aumao- forleutmh rs i that oraouniU months note with good security and bearing Interest olremlec on or belore Ont da y lofAnrll 13UWARP MiCAUTY RaAa JONESDENTIST Stanford KY 4 h CUT PRICESj ClothingHats Shirts Underwear McIntoshesIShoes Great reduction aOvor 600 Pairs of Odd Pants At Less Than Wholesale Prices Cummins Me ClaryI- n StoreRoom Vacated by Severance Sons Call Phone No 10 Higgins McKiniieyV 4 STANFORD KY For l Farm Machinery Wagons Buggies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty t 1900 1900 GOOD GOODS OUR SPECIALTY exjto you the Best Goods to be- ound believing at all times The Best Was Tbe Cheapest rAnd now for the year IDOOwe feel that we are better prepared than ever to supply your wants and tbcrcfore kn continuance of old friendships and to those who have not yet favored us we extend a mostJCordial Invitatione To inspect our stock which we strive to keep complete in every det- ailStanfordJOHN P JONES tlim fl 8f iJ 1 WHAT WE KEEP 1 In Our New Store IDRYHOSIERY J- I GLOVES O I a Corsets Alone Womens and Childrens Shoes Cloaks Underwear Gents Furnishings and hundreds of other little things wo cant men ril lion here USrocg Dont forget the place opposite the Court House See the DIG SIGN AtJ across street 1 SEVERANCE Tic SONS ffifi j PURE DELICIOUS WJite Star CoffeG- EO c+ He FARRIS F CO ECONOMICALHEALTHY f rc = l t 1Y4 I THEINTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in the postojjlce at Stanford as teconddaM matter PabUahcSru and Frridww- 1 PER YEAR CASH 00 When not paid ffiSOO will he charted 0 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 8 Arrrlvea at Stanfordt 108 II No 4 Leaves Stanford it 210 Ho SI Arrive at lowland it 1200 nAT Ho 22 Leaves SUntord at 2SO r x KNOXVILLE DIVISION 1124 Train going North 1153am 2 amIIto 0 0 South M j 12 35 a m 0ua2 p m For alltiolatsaKOnOlI TICKETS SOLD- nAOGAOE CHECKED TBROOOB For any information enquire of JOE S RICE Agent Stanford Ky FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains lay Frankfort at eSO x 340 r anll P conaectlng at HeorRetown with the tj A0 ltelurnlnll leu larll t 1180 0111ljQ Y w reaching Fankfurt after connecting with L tO train at 1120 x 710 P Y and 915 rIThe latter tram leaves for Oeorzetown at 713 f J U NEWTON UI A QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South pass Junction City No does not atop No 3 1150 r NoS 1122 oI 605 r Going South So2 doemIetop No 343 No 613 p si No 106 Great dealing sale Now going on at the RACKET STORE You can bur Pry Goods Clothing Boots Short Hits and Cap Lsdlea and Gene Furnishing Goods for leu than ever before Now It your Urn to supply yourself and family with r WINTER GARMENTS For Len money than ever before Come one come ell and take the advantage while willnever la going on at the packet Store You get etch an opportunity to buy at cheap aa you can bUT now oura for great Bargains RACKE T STORe The Cheapest Store In the Country DR R COLDST6IN TilE Celebrated Eye Specialist o OFnnn Louisville Kentucky Will beet the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day Jan 29th Returning one day fn each month Eyes Examined and Glasses Scientifically Adjusted ne Southern Mutual luyestmaut Company I Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANOE REVERSED rWe Pay While You Live Old Line Companies Pay When Yon Die dvagtIb000paid In llvlnz benefits OrerSOOMUeserveandi Surplus IUUSFS WEABES Local Agent SMITll ROMAN SecyStanford Ky Lexington clIUI Ib re iC IiOTJISVUiLX F TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un eon Station 10th and Broadway 1PassenIen information and rates to Minnesota Nebraska and points in the far West Including Cal j ifornia should address Frank J Reed Gen Pass Agt E H Bacon Dii Iasa Agt f W U McDoel VirePres Gen Mngr Charles IL loc voll Traffic Mngr DOBBITT SETTLES THE CENTURY QUESTION CRAD ORCHARD Jan 10I have been requested to write through tho medium of your excellent paper and If I could settle tho much agitated question as to what century we are now in Is It not strange that even learned moo can differ so widely upon this questiona century apart Let us RO back the stream of Time till wo arrive at Homo and we find that oven two of the months of tho year are named for two of her great won Julius and Au eustus Cwsar Master is it lawful to pay trlbuto to Cesar was a quenlon asked to entrap tho Savior But tho answer Render unto Ca ear tho things that aro Cesars dumbfounded the Jews and baa Itc counterpart In Patrick Henrys If that bo treason mako tho most of it II The year when the present names of the months were given began tho 1st day of March from tho heathen god ot war Mars stormy boisterous April from apaero to open as tho buds then do Mal from a heathen goddess Mal Juno from the goddess Juno July from Julius Oasar and August from Augus tus Cicsor September the Latin word sept m seven because beginning at March the 7th month of the year Oc tober Octo eight November novem nine December decem ten January Janus who had two faces ono looking back on the old year wltb regret und ono looking forward upon the now year with pleasing anticipation It would therefore seem that this numo must tiara been bestowed when the year bo gan 1st of January as now February from febrile feverish The year should have continued to commence In the spring The Idea ot a year being born In tho dead of win tel is absurd because the four seasons represent youth manhood lusty matured frosty ago and winter withered old ago Infancy or youth spring manhood summer autumn matured manhood old age winter with wither ed powers and snowy locks There Is a most striking analogy of the four seasons ot tho year and four stages of man Time was first reckoned from the creation From the creation of the world to the birth of Christ wore 4004 years After the birth of Christ there was a new era for reckoning time towlt from His birth When Christ was born iwas not a year old as some appear to reason for they call that a year But Throat lived 365 days before lie was a year old But after Ho had lived 305 days Ho was one year old Then Ho commenced his 2d year but the year was not completed till He bad lived another 365 days and 09 years after His birth bad expired Ho then commenced hundrethycarBut Ho had to ve 305 more days before He was a century old Now xro come up to tho 10th century and we are now In the last year of that but 305 days must elapse from the 1st o- fanuary1900 before 1000 expires or Is concluded and every time we date a letter till the 1st day of January 1001 we will say 1000 But on the 31st day of December 1000 the 19th century expires and qn the 1st day of January 1001 the 20th century begins but will not end for 100 years Thus after tho lilt of January 1001 the 20th century begins and the 10th century Is dead and gone although we wtjl continuo td say 1001 1002 and so forth till 2000 the 20th century will then begin but will not end for a hun dred years thereafter Some use an erroneous Illustration by measuring oft 10 miles That is true of the miles be cause all are behind you but not of tho years On tbo 1st of the year the year Is before you and although you call It 1000 yet 12 months must expire before It Is completed and a new one begins Thus you see his Infallible Holiness the Pope Is wrong and I am right FONTAINE Fox BOUUITT A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT Mr W A dine or Manchester la writing of hit almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure anr measles Induced ttrlous lung trouble which ended In I hail frequent hemorrhages and coughed and day All my- oct0n old I must soon die ThenlUxen to use Or Kings Mew Ulscovery for Consumption which ooIDpletely cured me I not be II even U It cost 15 a bottle Hundreds have used U on recommendation and all say It never rails to uThroat Chest and Lung troubles Regular 1Itee and Trial tattles free at Pennys rug tore I I It Is almost painful to note that the fortune of tho late Cornelius Vander bllt Is but 75000000 It must be terribly disappointing to those who estimated his wealth at 150000000 And yet tno family need not feel bad over the shortage They will not come to want GLORIOUS NEWS Coulee from Dr I U CargIIe of Wsuhlta I T He writes Four bottles 0f Electric Hitters has cured lira Brewer had caused her great auttering foryearterrible sores would break out on her beet doc ton could give no help but her curt Is complete and her health Is excellent This shows what thouisndi hare proved that Electric Hitters Is the lieit blood purlfter known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rlieuin ulcer toile and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels 55114 build up bIeooyDrugglolI Miss Ida May Randall baa sued thaw ell known republican lawyer Oliver W Root of Newport for 5000 be cause white she was employed by him at his residence he did unlawfully kisser three times and addressed her with Improper remarks Chairman J M Allen has called a meeting of tho executive committee of tho K P A at Frankfort Jan 17 to consider Important businessf Dark Bldo of Speculation For uncounted ages It has been ann ccplcd axiom that evil Is quick and swift and good U slow and heavy of foot All the world believes that tho truth must labor long and painfully to overtake a He In the one field of business success or failure however the shining stories of great and sudden wealth far outstrip the leas seductive chronicles of fading fortunes and ru- Inous chronicles of fading fortunes and ruinous reverses Perhaps this proves the rule Is It not a fundamental dot trine of philosophers that the lust of riches Is a great and widespread evil Certainly that Is true when the avenue by which wealth Is sought is the broad path to destruction which Is known as margin speculation and it is in that field of fierce struggles for swift riches that the fortunes won most completely blotoutof sight the fortunes lost There danglrotforgettlng nent and serious For example says the Cleveland Leader who notices the drop in tho market value of stocks in such a day of declining prices ns tho other day was Not one in every ten surely of tho multitude that looked with longing and wonderupon the apee taclc of sudden wealth gained without effort which was presented last winter and last spring when the price of se curities rose so steadily and swiftly that anyone who bought them and did not Walt too long scored handsome profits It Weaty to overlook the news of dropping quotations A declining papersTheshrink fast and alarmingly do not fay much of their fate Their stories steno the kind that people like to hear Yet prices may fall just as swiftly as they rise Already the total valucv nt cur rent quotations of the stocks dealtHn by Wall street speculators has fallen hundreds of millions of dollars from the highest point reached this year The chances are that there may be further shrinkage before 1893 ends It is the side of speculation which ought never to be forgotten J Ends How of St Louis who hits refused to accept 1000000 inherited from his relatives because he has not earned it by his own labors has given 2000 to be expended for the public welfare Thus represents the interest on a sum he keeps in bank to enable him to prosecute his work of relieving distress among the poorer classes It is unearned increment ho says and therefore he refuses to pee It himself As a matter of fact it is wry seldom that he spends any money on hug own account He left his mansion in Lindell boulevard to live among the poorest classes in St Louis He conducts the Mission home at Ninth and Washington streets One room and a kitchen con stitute his home He Is n nephew of the late James It Ends who built the bridge across the Mississippi river at Et Louts He was educated at an east ern college and while traveling after ward In Europe conceived tho Idea of devoting his life to the poor Miles McMullin of St Albonn Vt who claims to be 303 years of age was In Fair Haven one day recently reports the Era of that town The old gentlemen Is of French anti English descent nnd looks as though about years had passed over his head Mr McMullin says ho rcmemlxjrs shaking time hand of Gporgc Washington when he was president nnd that be has grasped tho hand of every president of the United States since that time lie was wearing a coat which was given him by President McKInley when he was at mutt Point last rum mer The old man Is bright and spry A newly married couple in New Brunswick N J circumvented their mischievous friends by starting on their wedding journey by way of the root Time friends well supplied with rice and old slippers stood at the foot of the stairs The pair ascended to the roof walked to the adjoining house then down and through the rear door to a back street where they entered a waiting carriage and were driven to the railway station Our world contains e4re told about 02000000 square miles of land surface owned by some different peoples First on tho list comes Eng land who line over 11000000 for her share Next we have Russia with 6000000 and more then China tel lowed closely by France end fifth the United States which without the Phil ippines counts 3009630 la square miles There is certainly such a thing as carrying things to extremes For example says the Kansas City Journal tho universal determination fn Kansas to lay something by against a rainy lay docs not justify that Fort Scott young1 woman who swallowed a half dollar The ice in indoor skating rinks is made by ammonia piped under the water Perhaps some time we may have wngons delivering cans of coldness or liquid air at our doors just as milk is brought at present Congress is always said to sit The members generally have to run so hard for it that when they get there it is safe to say they ore mighty glad to engage In sitting torv tfsiiiSI 4 Its up to the People Less than a year remains in which to gather facts and information that will influence vote for the next president of the United States That grievous wrongs have been committed and grave errors allowed to exist without effort at correction is evidenced by the speech writings and comments of eminent statesmen and jurists congressmen and leading men clergymenin ignoretinthe safeguards of our fathers and rush ing pellmell into the affairs of Europe The situation is a deplorable one if not alarming as is also our domestic- affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts The evils are not of spontaneous growth They are the result of ears of labor and expenditure 6f millions- of dollars the displacement of American silver for English gold the cunning of Eng lands diplomacy in shaping the destiny of our Republic is apparent to any ordinary observer seeking the true inwardness of events The Cincinnati Enquirer has fre quently called attention to each and every move as it was transpiring and during the campaign of 1900 will present its readers with a truthful array of facts that will be extremely interesting andstartling No fairminded American be he Republican Democrat or of other can afford at this critical time to ignore the truth Partisan prejudice with the Trusts as Dictators is a ar degrading slavery than that which existed previous to the Civil War of616q Trusts in the United States alone have a representative capital greater than all the gold and in world These will spend many more millions of dollars to suppress truth and facts and mislead all who fail to deceptionswill be able to discern the truth and combat falsehood A ictor for Trusts and the McKinley Administration in IQOO will end the era of greatest good to greatest number Watch carefully the Cincinnati Enqu- irerNOTICE thatInconilJtraUonoftb I have this day transferred and r nveve l to IL W Wallln all ray right Interest sod till In and to the Maloon bul no Crab Orchard on Munford Ptreet the said It W Willln hereby Mtiuiesand blade bluitelf Io be rnlbntbletoralltibaIntl liabilities here later was conducted with the name of J M Wallln or may bereaTUr accrue Wee 2515 J M WAIIIX- It W WALIIN 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Mnmmoth Hronro Turkeys rained tram n Torn tiiitt weighed when 10 month old Young Tout 131 1ul tcu U each 76 Mutt J E Stanford JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County subject to tho action of tlio iluraocratlo par ty support U solldtoj DINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer subject to ttio action or the ikinocratlc party Ho solicits your support BEAZLEY + HOTEL W A BEAZLEY Pror GRAB ORCHARD KENTUOKY Splendid Accommodations to Well 42 Kite Reasonable Fine Water J T SUTTON Undertaker anstonville Kentucky wren his service to thepwpl ofWest UccolJ and Caws countlt Full stock Cuffluiand Cut ttsalwayson band 6 V Ii Carpenter Manager OPTIONS ON FARMS- WANTED I would like to lake options on pood farms In Lincoln County For terms and artleu laM ddrus WM LANDOHAK 13 KrlRer Ky POSTED I The persons whose uanict appear below strictly ru any hunting ot game of any tliv 111 on their land ofendSW guy who tlolalo Dr Hugh iteM J II McAIUtor John II K P Woods T Ilarrisforestal Read It II ShankM S lIauRhnian 1IY lIaughman S J Jmbry J II tlr J IL tcRIngoy K M WaroJ F Ferris FOR SALE lolddllit combined wlb the most pope lar strains of hsrntss JrnytettleiiirMtemfam- sa4edbythenbrnllrdronanNo44Gl lsiorae- MMI II llrowen two ot Mr o r wlnloi IWNake herd at the Wonds Fdr Shorthorn are oUO- Ilar tOPIwltb WIIIr 101 InandllurtIltteltldlIhire hoar IndhWually t and brat from lb beat herils ot Kenlllcky Prhwrrajooable CoI- mlollor writ for whay ou want mlI tanonIl K Wl guarantee everything by Mr held W WALTUNEdito- rtiv S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teetli Extracted Without Fain With Vltallifd Air Phrstclnn In attend anco Offlce In the New Thompson Ilulldlnp 71 FRITH HOTEL r rSAMCBCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY lIt lintel n the uouutaint rat rondJred lertersuint all trains Special alteslloo to trUe fling men Just Like a Mill You take your wisest and Corn to Morrie rods KxclmD In WIn Ual1hl1rty ahop In Stanford and get In oxchnnjo lol1r anil teal You can buy Flour MCA Ship stuff Rran Chicken Feed ftc cheaper at my dace than whore In town A t aU I luk 1 believe add pledge u thing fat farmers Ilber al transaction and full weight goods como from Uaddcror IIIx Itnllltr Mill and are fllltclla s MORRIS FILED Tolephono No 68 THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Kys The moat centrally located and o- ntyFJESTOLASS Hotel In the city making a 2 RATEOue block from the principal shopping district and two blocks frptu the Ihreo principal theatres Street care pans the door to all puts 6 tbo City Everything neat and clean FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE OnlY the best companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 R B MA1IONY Agt Stanford Ha C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY IB Receiving Ills Fall and Winter Goods Goods WarrantedFit IGivc Him a Call NnrrnRnisHctt Turkeys IIt fIOUIIhhenlill t WHITE HOTEL w U OAUHtKH 1UOIl I CORBIN KENTUCKY COst to 1atsenger Depot Flntclasi throughout Itates tl per day t PLEASE READ January 1st the regular semiannual settling time lids come and and some of my patrons have not settled with mo If you nro ono of them vou are ear to settle Thanking ono oIlCltlJlfrlllltluullCO a B G FOXLIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY hone and Mute constantly on hand sod fur sale at all times A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky DQtvdver Ucllobeits Drug Store In the Ovslsr unu- dingMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON lror I Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplcnJiJ table Everything firet claM Porter moot all trains 89 Jolla II OASTLKMAX AnmcitO LANQIIAM IlItECKUrnWOIOuTLrWAIC ROYALINSURANCE COMPANYOl Largest Fire Insurance Company In tbe World Barbee Castleman Managers Southern Department General Officers Columbia Ilutldlng Loult Isrllle Ky Lincolnt County National Bank Capital block nooooa- DcrmsortoTbeKanaenllank A Truit Uoipaa and under same raausruienl eoollnu ousljr fur n Para Solicits Your Bank Aooount Roping such mullalIPlIliXTUUS J J J WilllsmItl1Ub A W + C01Folerl lo S bluDii J V Oih Ja Owsltf- OKF1CE1W II Shanks President 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