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H 0 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL lrVOL XXVll STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1900 9 A M NO 03 Mt VERNONI 11 C Jones wits appointed constable j In place tlf B M Lair deccaecd Napoleon Whltakerhas administer cd on tho estato of W il WhltaUcr Mt Vernon boost of tho best horse shoor In the mountains and a tow dChorn to muster In the newly organized company of State guards Wo understand Capt A H Evani has been appointed magistrate to lIue cecil U L Brown reellnedIW M Poynter McClure house and lot In tho Fast End Mr Me wilt go West Dr limner Miller of Austin Texas stopped oilhare on his way homo from Now York whore ho has been for tho pMt year In hospital practice IIOur pcoplo will voto ns a unit Judge Uuzhcs If ho over runs for any qfllco on account of his vigorous pros totngalnet tho alleged solution to that VI flguro puzzlo at given In tbo 1 J last week Tho old pirtloo of Mt Vernon cem etery which has beta without protec tion from stock for the last 30 years SOW hat n substantial plank once around it erected from funds rated by tho ladlci of our place Did you over obsorvo that In four fifth of homes thuro can not ho found a hatchet gimlet handsaw screwdriver saw augur or any of tho com mon everyday working tools Udder nro nlllo fow and powerful scattering John Myer familiarly known as Judge dropped dead Saturday night after eating supper Ho was a victim of consumption Tho burial took place Sunday afternoon near his homo John was n exemplary young man and loans a host of friend Tho Collegiate lutlluto wai never In condition Morua more flourishing than JOO pupils are unrolled Wo uow claim to have ono ot the finest schools In tho mountains Tho trustees of tho Institution woro very fortunate In lIe curing the services of that talented structor Prof A B Kwcrs who Is n iplondld gentleman and manager sire II C Gentry has pneumonia Dr W T Sloan of Firth Neb and Mill Cora Sloan of Mill Spring ar rived Tuesday to visit their ilnler Mr W B Smith O S Grlllln bait bought j the farm of tho late L M Houk at Marclaburg Mrs Ottlo Drown has joined her husband at Lebanon June tion JT Adams was In Stanford Wednesday Mr Meoban the mono free was hero from Hazel Patch- Ed Jones Is down with typhoid fevor J W Ping ono of our deserving young men is taking n course In shorthand and typewriting In a Loulivlllo college Isabel Sullies an aged woman died at Pine Hill Saturday Rev Ewersprln clpal at the college hero preaches t once a month at Livingston and Pitts burg W U Pettu tho genial and accommodatlug railroad agent Is with home folks at Preachersvlllc Mr Lan drum having resumed duty at the depot last Tuesday Lytlo Adams drovo hit halts to Garrard and sold them Billy Sympeon of PJnovllIe has returned from Pnrkivllle Mo whore ho ho a been attending college Miss Bert Sympson U acting railroad agent nt PinG 11111 T S Miller le In from Lan caster F Krucgor Sr and Jr have returned from a trip to Hydcn A lot tor from some point In Virginia to rel ative hero says Will McForran of this place IB dangerously ill of typhoid fever CHURCHES ND PREACHERS The average salary paid to Matbodi- spreachers In tho United States Ia year was 17335 The Lancaster Record eays that Itov II N Faulconor fold a meeting at th Presbyterian church at Wilmington 0 which resulted n 20 additions A Loulsvlllo preacher wont to a Indiana town ono Sundaypreached an was paid tho collection cents I cost him 00 cants to make the trip Courier Journal Tho Christian church at Paris called Rev Lloyd Darslo of Buffalo N Y and presented the retiring pastor Pro Tern Auditor Sweeney with a alive service that coat S250 A THOUSAND TOnGUES Gould not elprrea the r9tunPt Annie llprl n gel of 1113llowanl St hla 1a wben- Ihe fauna that Dr KlnxsNew IMncoTery for Co gumption had completely cured her of a hack coiiili that for many years had wade life a burde- All otherreualleauldocroncould give her help but sho orthl loyal Cure fIt soon moved the pan In iiiychml and can new alre soundly tomelbnig ran ncarrely remember doing Fefore Ifeel like toundlng Iti pralies tbruuglioul the Unlrrnd thrill everyone who tries lrDlworerjr for aur tronblo of the ThrottChetorIunn Price nnd Trill liotllrt t1 it 1cnnji drug atop livery bottle guanutcolSCIIOLU1S11IPFREEYou may by doing a little writing at your home so cure u scholarship free In either Draughons Practical Business Col leges Savannah Naahvlllo St Louis Little Rock Ft Worth Galveston or Shreveport Best patronized In tbo South For full particulars address Tho Illustrated Youth and ago Nash villa Tcnn r Jco G I L A N E P T L IIBV OEO O 1IAKNK3 1IACIC IN FLOU IDA SANIIIKL FLA Jan ni find one small In ononlenco about our now yearly dating You cant abbreviate at with 00 but are forced to the use of four figures unless you descend to a abrldlrcmentbleh ble In these hurrying days of abort cuts to everything perhaps It ls as w ell that wo should bo compelled totw rite one thing In full everytlme eat down to tend elf a totter And If In addition wo could regard tblll rounded- date 10 unique to all but contenna rlans as n distinct advance towards the good time comlngtbo 7ih Millen ary when labs Jesus shall reign In hU glory and supersede the govern vImperfectile1t to exercise ovary time wo wroto its Mood frcnd John Ilanan of row eYbrk paid for my ticket to Florida which explain my presence on ou Inland I had n pleasant Journey down and ft ufo arrival lost Friday too 6th Found all well and herd at work preparing for the winter Influx of tourI seta which promises to bo large on th Gulf coast this season The yollo favor at Miami the terminus of tbo Atlantic Coast brae of railway will deter many from trying that sIde of th Peninsula although It Is the tavorlt- resort ot travelers on account of tho perfect hotel accommodations provided by tho farseeing Mr Flagler to whomI Florida owes so much Tboquarantlno bn oat boon lifted from Miami and the nvorago tourist coming South for pleasure wHI decline to take chances on the terrible Yellow Jack Thl will be In our favor on tho Weston hero aodordlng to the adage It an ill wind that blows nobody goodi And once tbo stream of travel turns ibis way the Gulf side of Florida wil- emainr the favorite Tbero Is no purleon between ibo Atlantis and comI Gull that will not redound In too latter I prcacncd In the of Iho 4 Gospels last Sunday to my usual congregation with great pleas arc The Island needs the Gospbl and and a Preacher I hope to do good this winter For the rest I dropped Into my old routine of week day service as easily as rolling off a log Old Tom and I go to iho DockI miles away lo lake too mall and bring It dally Mv of horse Is grad to get mo back I hove some consideration for his years and service In the past and drive him at a pace that suits him Other are not lenient and mako him go at a lU that is quite In him but vary dl tasteful lo him to matorlullzo When ho beard ny familiar voice behind bo at once fell Into a jogJrol do to him varied with u relapse Into a slow walk still dourer when a little heavier bit of sand warranted him however slightly Into going tho lardler gall Tom Is a philosopher who hr prorated by a tang experience of ma and their ways Ho regards mo as a soft snap and I Indulge him That Is all there Is of it We aro all ardent Israelites and course urp slightly depressed over the reverses of Ephraim in South Attica They are learning over a costly road blood and treasure how not to flghl Door Had they prorated by our exp 0 lance In Indian warfaro many bra men now under the sad would havo been ultra So Manassch seems bent oa doing likewise In tbo Philippines Instead of prorating by tho experience of our brethren who knows best how to Train conquered heathen nallonsand bongshi o wo arc going to find out at tho expenditure of noble lives Bovaortl ij ten like rlpo fruit late our hands We alikedrn gt0t Mmonftor awhile How oar lover of his kind any odvo veto of progress and onllghimoni any Christian philanthropist can wls b Southern Africa to full into tho hands 0rof our Anglo Saxon racouvor that portion of heathen dow for the cruel tyranny of the Hoer slave driver would Indeed bo to sot progressuout a tin0 way mentioned In the Bible It would bo a cry for deliverance from a bonda worse than heathen thrall bstwelecontrol und tho hoar trok from British authority Remember th they were British subjects as tbo Mormons frets American citizens Now lot us traco ton parallel 1 Both loft their old homes to got away Into a far countrytar what TO 13UEAK TUB LAW UNDISTUlfUED Our law said that polygamy was npt allowable Thu British law said Slavery must bo abolished Brlgham r J fIt Young and his devoted followers said Wo will not obey And they faced the trackless desert to ref away from wholesome restraint Twelve thousand Boors trekked a long lour journey to have the privilege of walloping their niggers to suit themselves as Mr Chamberlain asserted they sold not long ago from his place In Parliament 2 Tho next step In both cases was their KNCOMIMSSMENT IIV AN ADVANC CIVILIZATION Our occupation of he Pacific Coast rand too onward march of settlers beyond the Mlsslsatp pi placed too Mormons between tho upper end tbo nether millstone Polygamy Comparatively Innocuous In the dim distance became a burning question close nt hued Tho Inevlta bio conflict came We required them with threats of compulsion to obey the ofgQInpassed tho lawbreaking Boer The nodrto South of tbo dumbest placed tho Bee between two Ijros Tho conlllct was Inevltablo Tho paramount power sold You must oba tbo law nottvyou a oat or a dollar of money you nay have all too liberty we followedoor you to tyrannize over i of your population of our blood by compelling them unrepresented to pay j of too taxes to bo disarmed and to send their children to Dutch schools or lot them grow up In Ignorance The Mormons were not robbed of a cent Nor naBwove over Pretoria and Johannesburg But slavery will btabolished and every man will be free to own his property educate his alt accordI conscience but IN OUKDIEXCK TO WHOLESOME LAW Attchare more largely owned by German and French capital than by English All simplyIlIsplrewent They forgot or aro blind In their hatred to the tact that tho Ro man Catholic faith they lovo and tot whlloIruledwas really Rom rule was denied them In Irelandand these discontented foreigners aro now howling Doer patriots where their religion has never been had never will Doeer art a jewel England Is shedding her choicest ilkarprincipal of our American revolution uno laxa Non without representation to Dna BARNES MATTERSnHenry Burdolt qf Platte City Fla killed himself because his wife qual role so much ho could not stand It Charles Henderson and Miss Belle daughter of Hon W T Karris rcpt scntaitve were mottled In Madison 1nG C Potrey three years below his majority and sites startle Elizabeth Iotroyl7 were mottled on iho 18ih voPursued by an Irate shooting father Miss Lillie Wilson eloped with a cow boy lover and rode horseback miles to bo married at Pierre S D i Miss Mary hooker thopreltydaugh tel of Mrs Llzzlo Hockor was married Wednesday night at her residence to Capt Win H Bagby a conductor on tho K C and a vpry pica gonilcman Rev J B Crouch outdated and Mr II K Eoaeott and Miss Leo Bobbin acted as allondanls An excellent supper was then served and at 2 A M Capt nnd Mrs Bagby lets for Covlngton tho grooms home where they attended tbo marriage of Mr Fossott last night To day they will start to Florida for a brl dal tour of a week or two carrying with them many good wishes for along and happy life GRAPEx Ullr yhimnmkcleagueroalnlpalncoatlauallg no ap crowing weaker day by day ortunatelramy great joy and curprlM the lint tattle mado torbroothey cared my lire and robra l the grave of another UnSOcuguuantealatlenaTsdrugton goThe Womans Temple building at Chicago will bo dufiled by tobacco tho W C T U pollcy agalnst renting any room for tobacco stores being abandon atcd for business reasons Wo wear away two trashes of hoo leather in a year A pair of shoes lhat would last a lifetime would coscqucnt ly have to to provldediwlth plea from eight to nlno feet thick 3Jamea Wllllngton of Henderson is wanted for stealing his fathers family Bible and swapping It for whisky h rjjjiIIj L jJYJII LANCASTER I am plod to learn that Col John II Miller will likely make bis homo ID this city The supervisors are still In session and judging from the work they are doing I will have several raises to report when they finish Within six days wo are to have five splendid entertainments San Francis co Minstrels on Saturday night 2Uth Hawthorne Sisters 22 23 and 24 and Western Stars 20th On Tuesday Mr J Wesley Walker Mnrydlulbterat tho reslpenco of Rev J C Massed Capt Mike Saltpr says that a raft of logs has been sent to Frankfort to furnish breast Works for tbo mountain men If trouble comes up over the contest Miss Mosher of Pennsylvania an temperanceWork church next Sunday at aI M Everybody Is Invited especially tbo Loyal Legion The tweedy at Frankfort caused cons siderable comment here as Lt Scott was a nephew of Gov Bradley and Mrs N Mays and Col Colson h n brother of Mrs W B Moss s Tho many friends of Judge W K Walker will be glad to learn that ho Is Improving In health George Harris baa put tho electric buttons sad the an nunciator In yio now hotel My friend D C Pullins of Paint Lick vJno can coma as near telling bow to handle a quart of whisky as any man puzzlebut Lgp Co Bold to J I Hamilton one of he handsomest Now York road wagons ever seen In this country It has wlro bicycle wheels pneumatic tires and Is a perfect gem arrestE ander wore 90 each and cost on tho moneyFourreplevled I promise not to submit another puzzle If you will oblige rao by publishing tbo following Pleat 10 trees In 0 rows of C trees each To too first ono who solves It without any assistance and without any previous knowledge con INTERIORdbee the conditions citybothIs very gratifying to our people In liketour frequently knowIare that they live In town The principal reasons for this growth lie In tbo fact feltingtbotho fact that our graded school with Its excellent faculty otters superior educational advantages and tho fact productllFifty pupils have been added to our already full school this month making It necessary to furnish Lore seats and employ another teacher Ono of tbo CentralrFrench for the Continental Tobacco Co Ho la buying and prizing tobacco at the Duncan warehouse and bo is shipping 30 hogsheads per week and receiving more than that During the busy season It takes about 5000 per day to conduct tho business Mr French and R F Brazeal his secretary are intelligent affable gentlemen This ii a great benefit to the farmers as It gives them a homo market for their tobacco Tbo same could be truo of hemp and we could bavo factories which would employ ninny and at tbo same time bring better prices for tho principal farm products Let the spirit of enterprise mono along and sharao be upon those who would retard Us prog ress by word or deed A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER ortiprumlr heal Id elonsCorns rIenoryesusecramp colic writes K F Hess miler and general merchant Dickeys Moun tain Ia Ho had tried various fhome remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy I gave him a dose and It soon brought him out all right I never saw a follow so rejoiced Sold by Craig A HockerIrncglsts The papers say the Popo has one din mond worth 84000000 and 100 finger rings ono of which is worth 100000 Ho has thousands of gold and silver statues vessels and other ornaments and 20000000 deposited In the Bank of London J iIi i The perception of the American woman as a care ful purchaser is proverbial Women who are today wearing thetUltra shoe show their appreciation in bar ing found the right shoe at last by bringing their friends and coming again for another pairand still another All Styles and Sizes One 350 per pair Pricej MQnOffPTQMMliUlMlo BESTfOR WOMEN SPECIAL SALE OF Pl CJSsea We wish to state to the public that we are much pleased with what we have done during our special sale here and- sjj Our Time Is LimitedYou should See our pianos and get our special prices IW II Ginsox Spl Salesman De HI BALDWIN CO I Number One Gets The DOLL Bring That Number And the Doll is Yours CRAIG 8i HOOKER Stanford 000000000000000000000000000000000000 00go 0 DRUGGIST STANFORD 8 gOlEUA HOUSE IILOOIC o Books Stationery 00jo Oils and VarnishesogSpoclal Attention Given to tho Compounding of 1rcsclptlons Scientifically 0and with Caro o 0 o Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g o Office Long Distance Telephone o o al000000900000000000000000000000000000 8 s ibi = A y lW IJ J1DNS fIt 1 w WDhRlE1 f 1OfAll Kinds IItCLOTHINGrerttJJ i1VVVVrlt IIipf JJ Overshoes1EJIt rTerms CashrOBER TSlsL oo h V = = rner = lo keeAilz7NE vEer is THE CHEAPEST a ifjluEior711nn Q- 47TT- e9rapiry so 7 dlillf N W pendFlzlaWfuc h w ulavillelyFt LJ1U1 JtrI tlritQlra i vtff ftjJi1rM 1r l tf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 19 1900 r W P WALTON TilE banquet at Frankfort in bonor of Col Bryan was attended by 100 guests Tbo next president was hand eoraely Introduced by Toast Moste J B McCreary when ho resnondeL tho toast liTho Democratic Party Future and Its Policies Tho par of his speech which related to the contests was eagerly listened to Ho said that ho saw It to bo his duty to Intor faro In the recent electlo and ho did BO Ho saw It now to bo his duty nOt to interfere because tbo legislators were to decide what bad been done But bo was glad that there was a Ilemocratlo Legislature to try tho contests as tbey could be depended upon to do Justice Referring to the decision of the coo grcssloaal board seating R B lIayes ho said that though swindled out of their rights the democrats had accepted the decision like law abiding mon and that was the duty of all Keotuck Inns as to the result of the contests bo fore the Legislature Senator Black burn Gov Goebel and others also re epondcd to toasts The next day Col Bryan addressed the General Assembly and among other things he Imprcssed upon the body the Importance of enlct los a law to make it a felony for a corporation to contribute to a campaign fund and another to prevent betting on elections Ho complimented tho democracy on the ro election of Senator Blackburn as ho could always bo depended upon to fight Its battles and do his duty His speech was received vltbI great applause and be was given an ovation nuts close TilE court of thethree republican members dissenting Iranted the injunction asked for by the Stato election commission against Taylor appointees attempting to hear contest The court holds tbo construction only authorizes the governor to fill vacancy by appointment In elective offices that is elective offices by the peoplo at tbe polls that this construction had been placed on this section by the court In two or three cases decided some years ago and the section has no application whatever to offices that are appolntli by tbo Legislature This settles tho matter and Commissioners Poyntz Fulton and Yonts can proceed to do what the commission would have done In the first place bad It possessed tbo power L o give the minor offices to the dome cats The court having now passed on tho constitutionality of the Goobc election law In Its entirety and on ever provision It It to bo hoped that It maybe allowed to rest THERE ought not to be a single ob- Jection raised to the passage of the bt1l Introduced in the Scnate to establish a dormlty for the young women student at the State College The State Is do ing well by its male beneficiaries but has sorely neglected those who should receive Its first thought since tbo edu cation of women is so Important for the well being of the State for as mothersI and as teachers they wield an Inllucnc that can not be overestimated Tb sum asked 30000 Is insignificant com pared with the great need of the build ings asked and the advantages to accrue from lending a helping band to thou who ae ituggllng for a higher education Let the bill pass promptly and unanimously SENATOR BLACKBURN Is the most elected man In the country To make assurance doubly sure and settle any doubt as to the proper day for the election ho was balloted for again Wednes day when hf received 77 votes to Brad leys 5i On being declared elected and presented to the Legislature Sena tor Blackburn made a vigorous speech which was loudly applauded lie prom Ised to represent true democracy In the Senate and do battle against Imperial- Ism the Increase of the military the trusts and the gold standard It Is a pity that the senator will not displace i Lindsay now Instead of In March 1001 JINa conference of republicans and worso than republicans such as Dick John M Atherton and others of 1Knottilk held at the Galt House Lou isville It was decided that Taylor shall holdon no matter what the Legislature decides Taylor was present and sold he would hold on like grim death if ho was aided in his tight and all promised such aid It was a valiant crowd such as a pop cracker would have scared to had one been fired in their 1death and all went home felicitating themselves on their bravery and fear lessness when no danger Is near Tina gubernatorial contest committee is hard at work and has so far hall proved to it the utter useleesnces of the troops on election day except to Intlm idate votersand that ballots In Mugof fin county were so thin they were counted without being opened The same kind were also used In Knox Martin Johnson and Pike All tho proof so far goes to confirm tho char es mado In tbo notice of contest and the prospects for an early seating of Goebel and Bcckbam are firstclass PitoTEM Got TAYIOH pardoned before trial two ot tho Intimidator bo had caused to come to Frankfort who had been arrested for carrying conceal ed weapons Such rdprnhenslblo acts- as this should cause the Legislator to make haste to put a man at the head of affairs who will not so tar forgot his duty to tho country and the sacredness- of an oath IF tho republicans must fight It Is much better that they do so amonl themselves All of the killed and- wouuded In the Frankfort tragedy were- republicans except Mr Julian an In nocent bystander who was In no way connected with the tragedy which had no political significance whatever SENATOR ALLEN has introduce n bill to give ivory soldier who 8ered three months In the war a pension of 10 a month As nearly every man who fit Ir tho war is drawing that much now and more the passage of tbo bill will not hurt as much as at first appears IT Is now said that Taylor will refuto to sign Blackburns credentials It wont matter however Goebel will bo doing the signing In a few days COLSON KILLS THREE 1JLOODY RATTLE AT FRANKFORT SCOTT AND TWO 11YSTANDERS SLAIN A TERRIULE triple tragedy was on acted at Frankfort Tuesday afternoon which owing to tho thoughtfulness and kindness of Sheriff Sam M Owenswho was in tho city wo were enabled to bulletin In a short tlmo after it occurred Those sworn enemies Col D 3 Coleon and Lt Etholbcrt D Scott met In the crowded lobby of tho Capital Hotel and began to shoot at each other The result was that Scott Va8 Ellled as well as two Innocent by landers L W Demuree assistant lonmaster at Shelby vllle and Charles ullan a brother ot Judgo Ira Julian of Frankfort Harry McEwan of Lou sylllo Capt Ben B Golden of Knox aunty bystandors and Colson Vcre roundedWhen Scott and Capt Golden cntc cd the lobby of the hotel CoUon sitting with a friend in ono corner Immediately on seeing Scott Colson rose to his feet drawing a 45 Colts roolver he did so Scott also drew his pistol and who shot first will probably never be known Scott seems to have gotten emarea between them as his heart vas pierced with three of Colsoc ball After having emptied his pilitol I1nd been shot In the neck and twice In the abdomen Scott attempted to retreat down the basement but was pursued with relentless fury byColsonwl had drawn a fresh pistol and shot him four moro times in the back In famnl down the steps Scott struck O D Ret path of Chicago who was coming UII knocking him down and breaking his le g Any of the seven shots that Scott received would havo proved fatal Col- son was shot In the arm Aftor tbo shooting he ran down the street but later surrendered and was lodged In- Jan The trouble originated when Colso and Scott wero members of the 4th reg- Iment stationed at Annlston Ala Col- son hall Scott court martialed for unkunncsB and he was recommended for discharge but on a personal appeal in person to the wardepnrtraentho WIlS reinstated Scott then against Coleon will had his friends to aid him In hav- Ing the regiment mustered out which- was dono Afterwards and before leav- Ing the South they engaged in a shoal- Ing scraps In which Scott shot Colson though not very seriously He was arrested and taken before the local au t antics and discharged because Col- son declined to prosecute They hae- been bitter enemies since and both sesmed to realize that meeting meant tbe death of one or both of them As there were 18 shots fired and the inclpals could not have fired but thero Is a charge that Capt Golden who was seriously wounded in the backI sbot twice but ho denies it tbe story of his shooting Is given bj the fact that he and Colson are enemies and that on that account ho was a great friend of Scott Tho coroners jury returned a verdict tbat Scott Demaree and Julian wet- death at the hands of Colson Should this be proven and should ho be Il- Cquitted on tho killing of Scott on the grounds of Beltdefense Colson Is guilty of murder and a reckless disregard of human life Young Mitchell ol Richmond who shot at an enemy and- killed another man was given a sentenco and died in the penitentiary rapt Golden was taken to Louisville to have the XRayfl locate the bullet in hili back so that it may extracted He- was resting well at last accounts and will likely survive Colson Is suffering very much from his wounded arm and Is till in jail Ethel Scott who Is u nephew of Gov Bradley and a son of Dr W F Scott of Somerset lived hero for some time aDd read law under Col Hill Ho was Ienerally well behaved and much liked by his associates Jol Colson the principal In the tragedy has had a varied experience When qulto a young man ho was clerk In tho Interior department at Washing ton was afterwards elected to the Leg Islaturo and later to Congress whore ho served two terms During the II Spanish war ho raised a regiment but got no further to the front than Aouls ton Ho comes of a fighting famlty of several brothers all of whom if ve are correctly Informed have killed thoh taco We do not suppose either Colsoi or Scott had any business In Frankfort except to swell the crowd ot Inthnhla tors else their might bo more smpa thy for them They reaped as the sowed bet It is fearful to think of the innocent parties who lost their live In the lullsado and who had not even a remote connection with the troble Tho fate of Scott who fills an untimely grave Is preferable however to that of the man whose conscience must lallb him fqrever for the taking of Innocent blood Frankfort and the legislature Senator Farris offered a bill requlr ing railroads to fenco their propert as other land owners Dr Walton of Hart is lather of a bill to require railroads to stop all train at each station in tbo counties through which they run Mr Bethurum of Rockcastle prc sented a bill to permltcounsol for the Commonwealth both to commence and conclude arguments before juries Owing to tho condition of affairs at Frankfort tho series of Assembly ballil which was to have been losujurated tonight have been called off for the presentJudgo Pryor denounced as a Ho tbe story sent out Saturday that ho and Mr Goebel were not good friends and that Yp had withdrawn as ono tbe attorneys for the contestants POLITICIANS AND POLTICS The Senate will vote on the fluanclal bill Feb 1G James II Gear was re elqpted Un ted States Senator from Iowa Mark Hanna eays the National daues will be the prosperity of tho workli men and the retention of the PblUp pines William Hobson was nominated to bo postmaster at Campbellsvllle L P Sinclair at Georgetown and Danlol ORelly at Loltohfiold Roberts the ipolygarulst man t- It go has been ascertained that btiald three wives he has 12 children the last of which are twins Senator Hanna collected 837500 In Philadelphia for the National republican campaign fund and hopes to have a million on hand by July 1 Berry who hadnt been hoard of slncc Congressman Wheeler did him up tel graphed Colson You have my deop cst sympathy In your troubles The House committee has agreed on a favorable report on a joint rcsolutlt or an amendment to the constitution for the election of U S senators by dl recto vote of the peoplo Gen Joe Wheeler has done the vlse bang In resigning from the army In the Philippines and returning to Congress whore he can put his jaw Into tbe fight and give his logs a rest ouisvillo Times John Barrett former minister to Slam says It was the antlcxpanslo speech of Senator Hoar cabled by long Kong to Agulnaldo In Luzon that precipitated the Filipino insui action It cost something over 1000 cable tolls to send Senator Hoars message of sympathy and comfort to tho jbolllous Tagals Andrew Carncgl paid the bill LAND AND STOCK 100 good ewes for sale R C Nun nelley Turnersvlllo For rent 05 or 70 acres of corn IrolJnd A M Foand 3t Mark Hardin sold to J B Cnraenlscl a bunch of shoats at 31c R L Hubble sold a car load of cotton mules in Atlanta at 8105 Brady ts Terry bought of Wllllan MOilef somo butcher stuff at 340 W O Cowan of the West End toll us his lamb crop is tho best for years Corn Is bringing 250 on the loon arkct says the Richmond Panto grapb tThe several fine days brought out the plows and much of that preparation for- Iorn was dono Gasa Garnottu barn in Harrison county eight horses and his crop of tobacco were burned R R Gentry sold In Danville a faml Iy horse for 8T0 Ho says ho got flee Iy Dunn to engineer the trade Ilcaloy Broe sold to Shelby Hhrbi son a fouryearold harness gelding fore 175 and two plug horses at 955 and 65i O P Huffman bought of J iiighraan 15 hogs at lc and of John W Stephenson some butches stuff at 3Ic FoR SALEf5 nlco 050 Id stock hoUers Have contracted for 300 000 t 1150pound stock cattle which will reasonably G A Swlnobroad tncaetgietfbe Central says J sold to Mt Vernon a car loadof hogs at 810 per ton GarI rard county Is tho placo to buy swine If- this la true J Walker Givens bought of S U mghman four Southern horses at 50 to 870 of Beazley Bros ono lor 8SO of- TJ Embry one for IGO and of B D iltzclaw ono for 50 J U Baughman tolls us that ho has such a demand for corn and that It Is I BO scarce here that ho Is buying two carloads week gutting It from Oblo and Indiana and conlnc SI delivered NEWS Two prisoners killed the jailer nt West Plains Mo and escaped Robbers blow open the eafo of tho bank at Philippi W Va and got 3 15 000A Negro who bad set tiro to a boy stuck was hung by a mob at Ripley Ton n Nineteen persona were killed and GS wounded by tbo collapse of a church lu lussla The demand for mules In South Africa has caused an advance of Sa heal1 In the South in less than a week J A Potter sold to George S Carpenter two calves for 2050 Tinsley poonamoro also sold him two and got eyes of 1005 school chlillren were examined in Rochester N- and Y 250 of them were found to have de eutlvo vision A largo part of the business port n of Dawson In tho Klondike has bodn burned out Tbo loss will exceed balf a million dollars Robert Taylor a prominent youn business man of Carlisle cummltted ulcldo by shooting himself with a fio bert rifle without known cause Francis P O vlngs of Chicago hili broken tho record In bankruptcy courte by filing a schedule showing nnindol dneBS of 5664117 with no Meow The Kentucky and Indiana bridge at Louisville was bought In for tho B G S W and Southern roads jolatly for the upset price 700000 tho pi hasers assuming a 81000000 mort age J W Murphy cashier of the ThiN National hank of Columbus Ga IIhot- and killed Teller P T Schutze of the bauk and then committed suicide 110 III believed to have boon Insane liy agreement with County Judge Bullock eight Lexington banks will be aessei by tho board of supervisors at- ili per cent of their capital sllrplus and profit Individual otockholdo will not bo required to list shares NEWS OF THE VICINAGE A bank la to bd started at Bradford vllle with H H Rynlerxon as oaihlo J M Sturglon was arroited In Ia- rlon for grand larceny while on hl8 ty to got married Thomas Ceoll will open a drug lore In F S Tattles store at Junction Clt aklng three In that town W H Kllloit living on the Boyle and Wasbln ton line has killed 7702 part rid ges in the last seven years The Kenda le who aro supposed to- have murdered Cassady will not bo- taken to Josfcatnlno for fear of rrjob vie IcneoTho Burnside Banking Co of urn- side has filed articles of Incorporation with the secretary of state The cupl ral stock Is 316000 lack Watson ot MltchalUburg haB Invenled a railroad track surface and- line guago whloh promises to win him- fame and fortune forge Prowltt and J S Huddle tor- of Junction City charged with steallnj cattle plead guilty and wore sentence to 18 months in the penitentiary Danl1Ie Advocate astor J W Tyler of the ibyter- lan church at this plaoe has rualgnod to accept a position with Central University Richmond as the financial aJon for that institution Anderson NullsW R Johnson W M Fowler and- John Fowler all of Jackson county bo wont to Frankfort In the Interodt- ofJood government and a lair and full estimation by tho Legislature of the icrnatorlal contest cases were fined 50 each and given 10 days in jail for Ilto tin guns concealed Mr Elizabeth Parrlgan of Cllnt county has just celebrated tho 103d onnlversary of her birth She was- born In Sullivan county Toon Jan 11 1707 She has lived under every prcsl- dent of tho United States Her JIl- llents originally were from Germany Tbe big T B Rippy distilleries at- Tyrone with a capacity of 2000 bushels per day will run day und night mashing 4000 bushels The Monrayer Bond and Bond it Llllard houses will also run Extensive Improvements havo been mado by tho company at- tbese house and they will start at oon as tho necessary papers aro ro- celved from Washington lhe grand jury made Its final report Tueedny evening and was discharged Over 100 Indictments for misdemeanors wero returned J B Bowlln tho miss In gold bug roan was Indicted for- lorory The court Imposed fines to tho extent of U00 upon the keepers of- blind tigers at Corbin Of tbdso Bill- Harp got 800 and Joalo Bishop about the same amount Willlanmburg esARM AT AUCTION 1111 sell on next County Court DIY Feb llth Ibe blghenl Udilrr at tlit rourlhmiM OS Acres of Land for cash uitjolnlrg II Hiugliiuin and J llockcr running to U VAMDRVKKHKUinforJKf IRA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky THE LOUISVILLE STOREf Clearing Sale BARGAINS The prices In every department cut to a figure which will prove of decided Bargain diameter It IR a clnnco of TTTTTTT Winter Hosiery Cost U ol secondary Importance Ladles Fiercelined hose sacrificed at Dc Ladies Wool Hose sacrificed nt J5cC i Misses Heavy IMbcd spllccjkiite Hoso lye grade only 12c Hens Yarn Socks 12c Ment Seamless Black Socks Do Underwear Mens Shirt anti Drnwcr Only flee for the suit Mens Etnplro State Camels link ltan lam Shirt and Drawer only We per Jult sold everywhere at tl per suit Childrens Union Suits only 22o Ladies Ribbed Shirts and dips only lceach Underskirts Got you one of the Flan id Sklrti Patterns before they are gone it43c BARGAINS I A1IM4ffjJiTYou T ladles Handkerchiefs worth lOc I6c r and 25c go at Cc He and ink Alfuw of the tl lot of Corsets to close at BOc and 76c Ono lot of LMilesSOo Corsets to clone at 20c John Clarks Thread only So per spool 3 1apen of Pins for Go Mans Silk Finished Suspenders only loc Kino leather trimmed Suipcmlers only 23c sold everywhere at 40 to 50c emir lPly Linen Collars standing fir turn down latcst style only lOo One lot of Hoys Unlaumlricd Shirts to close nt 16c Mens Night Shirts nicely trimmed 4Sc Mens White UnUundrlcd Shirt did quality jclnforcwl front and JlAckIonly ISo 0 013 + 1 t TTTTTTTT Wo have thousands of OTHER BARGAINST- oshow you that our spare will not allow us to give prices on In OMbing Kh eti Hal Cloaks Cabs Carpets and Mailings The Louisville Store- A URB ANSKY CO Proprietors f TD KAN BY Manager 200 UPTODATE HORSES 200 The only genuine and wollNtAblah ate of busters and raNthnrtm In Kentucky The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky TwentyThird Sole Jan 3031 Feb 1 2 1900 I hello nftir Ailing liMO hero rouplod with honwt iiprtght loallng will widen rov largo circle of tnlront Why Uo nil flrt la men toll Into t Tho lxrt jilme on earth to sell hormet the best buyer the heAt prhpk Tin LrAftT tot Abnr nil UKXKHAL fATis AITIOM Vrltrfor terms and entry K I FAUIXIONKlt IUnviltr Kv Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHKLTUN lusxtpaxttNext SessionWill BeginJany 22nd When ofNew Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedF- or admission cull on MRS NANNIK S fiAUFLKY Lady Principal PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery PaintsAnd Telephone No2 Stanford Ky W JL CARSONSTANFORD KY Is The Recognized Loader In The Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows HarnessJ A t TIle LowestPrices I Cypress Shingles Iron FenceI A T FORv KO Metnl Rooling S p 4Mill Work r L It THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 19 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER i TUB best materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good reau ta No are over used In our proscription work Penny t Drug Storo PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP MK A G HUFFMAN IB qulto U BORN to the wife of R E Sauce a Hi pound boy Mr JOHN B IlouiNs bus been sick or several days JOK E ROUT U now running an en glno on this division Miss EDWIN ADAMS of Danvlllo la i with Mrs J 0 Y eager Miss ELLA WuiniiT IB visiting Mlee Ida Brlnlon at Plltsburg R ZIMMKK now of Lancaster was hero with friend this week Dli T MlNOii leaves this evening for Atlanta with a carload of mules Miss MATTIE ELKIK of Oarrard la visiting Mr and MrsHJ MeRoberts WednesdayIMo PETER STRAUII JR has moved Into the PcoDlnnlon property on East Main Street Miw W P OniMRS and children are spcddtnc tbo week at Mrs Sowell Given Mil AND Mite A G IlANBV of Junction City are visiting Miss Annie Philips Miss NEIL MHRSIION of Stanford has been tho guest of friends hero Pantograph Miss TOMMIK FRANCIS a Garrard county beaut is tho guest of Mrs James P Cummin- sIt E GAINBS wont to Lexington Wednesday to Jot hje pay for a car load of clovof bay sold at 112 a ton Mil JOSHUA DUNN and wife of Brodhcad wore hero thin week on their way to darraijO to visit relatives CLAfUB L PHBWITT Of Huiton- vlllc bee bought a portion of his father a farm In the least Bnd and will till the soil Miis HARRIOT OLASCOCIC HULL of Lawrenceburg Is the handsome guest of MM Mattlo Kirby and Miss Nannlo VanDcvcor J NRVIN CAiiTim who U now u full fledged farmer helped invoice tho stock of goods bought by Hill Bank of Dr J IC VmnArndale Son MK AND MRS JOHN W MOOHB of Casey arc with tholr daughter Mrs Kd Wilkinson Mr Moore has rhcenlly t been operated on for cancer of the neckS M Huimrnr of Chicago formerly of Mt Vernon was orl motion ol Senator Lindsay admitted to practice an attorney In the supreme court of tho United States liON J N SAUNUBR8 and wlfo who have boon staying at Judge Alcorni since their return from abroad began housekeeping Wednesday In their cozy home on Dunvlllo street AN I J representative had the pleasure of meeting while In Danvlllo the other day Messrs Thomas O Mil ler and Alox F Hlrsh the Cincinnati gentlemen who bought J L Frohmun Co out and found thorn to be almost as doter as their predecessors An advertisement of tholr business will appear In this paper as soon as they get straightened out LOCAL HAPPENIR6S MiNSTKKLS Tonight BARREL of trout just opened at Warren Shan us To loan 15000 or 0000 on gilt edge paper Apply at this once DONT fall to a the Western Stars concert next Wednesday night TELEPHONE and orders for fire Insurance given prompt attention by Jesse D Wcann Phone 7S TUB San Francisco Minstrel will arrive at noon today and glyo a street parade at 1 P D1Seo It and the show tonight and bo happy WEAKEN Duo handleboggles and carriages of tho correct style correct quality and correct price Call and ox amine them Phono 75 M WILL KENNEDY scores to have jump ed from the frying pan Into the fire By a change of vcnuo from this county to Boyle ho was tried at Danvlllo yes terday and fined 500 for shooting Will White which ho paid with tho costs IN a little dash down In Doyle Wed nesday our business manager got 2U now subscribers making 40 added since lust Thursday As ho Bays It is about us easy to sell tho INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 at 11 a year nTlt Is to dispose of gold dollars at 50o I FINED 125 George Alcorn son of Martin Alcorn the blind pensioner was fined 125 in Squire W A GoOeys court at McKinney Wednesday for strIking on tho head with a rock a whlto boy named Lay Lay was re turning from Sunday school and Alcorn j t struck him for nothing LAST CALL Capes and Jackets at half price Soveranco ft Sons premIumDONT forgot our terms are cash on coal and feed J II Baughman Co JUST received a car load of Northern whlto seed oats J H Baughman ft Co Foil SALEA Bryant tt Stratton Business College Louisville scholarship Apply at this olllco FOR KENT Ono of tho storerooms occupied by Severance ft Sons Apply at this olllco or to Mrs M J Miller II AM compelled to ask you to settle I need the money and must have It Please como at once Mrs Kato Dud dorar Fon SALJUouse lot and stock of goods Splendid location and good neighborhood II M Powell Gilberts Creek Ky WE predict that Harrodsburp will have u red hot democratic paper before tho flowers bloom In tho spring She need one WE havo plenty of corn hay and all sorts of feed on hand all of the tlmo at lowest possible prices J IL Baugh man Co TILE smallpox still lingers with us Doctors tell us that thoro are several eases In the family of John Z Spoona more ono of them qulto severe DANDELIONS Roy F W Allen brought In a couple of full blow ones that ho found In his yard Wednesday showing tho effect of the few warm days oven In midwinter TUB San Francisco Minstrel come woll recommended and will doublloes glvo a thoroughly enjoyable and aril tic entertainment A line band a first olas orchestra and company of special lets insure a good show At Waltons Opera House Ion lab 10th I IIAVH opened a training stable back of tbo Myers House and engaged Char lie Gash who used to ride and drive for William Rue Have also engaged the splendid blacksmith George San ilusky to do all kind of work in his liDo Olvo me a call John Cook p SAIK George K Alford has sold his jlrory outfit and stable at MoKlnnoy to J W McIntosh of Casey and his resi dence at that place to Dr W L Low dor Mr McIntosh Is ono of the olov orost mon In the country and will do well In his now line Mr Alford Is undecided as to his future- UNtXcHLLFnFrom tho stan point of real artistic merit and from Its power to thoroughly satisfy the audience Tho Western Stars gave the best on tortalnmont in the history of tho loo turo course and seldom If ever has It been surpassed In tho oily Junction City line Union At Walton Opera louse Jan 21 SNU for your hounds Ivo got twins at my house and they aro all much as I can support was tho word Dink Farmer aunt to M S Baughman The pair of little ones arrived Tuesday and both sexes are represented Theso two make 13 living children for tho clover candidate for jailer and U In not surprising that ho wants a good county olllco Ho also has throe children dead WANTDLt J L Don ovan 11th Infantry Is recruiting at Lexington for tho Second Infantry Fort Thomas Ky First Artillery Light flattery Fort Sam Houston Tex as Fourth Artillery Fort Hunt Va Battalion of Engineers Wllletts Point N Y Hospital Corps Preside San Francisco Cal Thoso wishing to join bould report at once as tho regiments must bo filled as soon as possible tho lieutenant writes use SOLD OUTDr J K Van Arsdalo Son have sold their grocery and hard ware stock to Arthur C Hill and Pres ton L Beck and Invoicing Is now In progress We have not learned what the doctor will do but suspect ho will want to buy back boforo long judging by his former courso The now proprietors aro clover and wide awako young mon and wo hopo will do well Bourne VanArsdalo was Invoiced with tho stock and will remain with the now firm whore ho will bo glad to see his old friends ALMOST A TRAGEDY A dispatch from Somerset says that Anderson Young left Lincoln county with Mary J Robinson wife of Wm Robinson and her tbreoyearold girl and started In the direction of Somerset A war rant for abduction had reached tho sheriff thero and just after tho arrival of tho couple Win Robinson arrived In town on foot with hU shotgun Young also had a shotgun The sheriff saw Young and was proceeding to mako the arrest whon Robinson also saw him and presented his shotgun but was dls covered bv Policeman Glllcsplo Young was taken before Judge Catrpn and tho woman was afterward arrested and both placed In jail The little girlwas given in tho custody of her father who left forhla home In Lincoln county Voung served ono term In the peniten tiary for breaking Into a store In Somerset several years ago s r FOR SALT11y residence on East Main Street in Danville all modern conveniences terms easy Address Harry Gioyaanoll TtniCEYS Mr H T hush sold tho 21 Narragansolt turkeys advertised In this paper fpr 115 and says she had orders for as many more NINEE T Minor who has a farm In the Hubblo section tolls us ho and his father who arc partners In the con tracting and building business have built nine largo distilleries this season Thoy ranged from 20000 to 77000 with mashing capacity of 1000 to 5000 bushels CONTKIIIUTIONS to a fund to pay the expenses of the trials of HubbleAlver son and Krabry who are charged In tho U S court with Intimidating Negro voters do not come in as fast as they should Every democrat should help It oven a little that these young mon may not suffer for simply doing their dutyPreviously reported Ui 60 Rowan Sautloy r 200 JE Lynn 2 60 BC Walton 2 00 S MJauney 100 8JEmbrySr 10 00 E T Minor 100 THE Danvlllo Advocaoand the dallies contain long accounts of how lIon J N Saunders outwitted the Catholic school authorities at Dublin Ireland and succeeded in securing tho son of Mrs Pat Conway whom tho father had taken thither and placed therein Ho dirt last year and Mrs Conway who Iriigcd for her child got Mr Saunders to help her to secure him She accom panied Mr Saunders and bride to Ire land and as soon as tho boy was kid napped sailed with him for America on tho first ship Mr and Mrs Saunders then proceeded to visit prominent polnUin England their honeymoon being further made happy by the thought of duty well performed Mrs Conway was a Miss Bradley of this county Tho boy will got about gnOOO from his fathers estate At onthe 10th Mrs Ellen Taylor Marshall died at her homo at Parksyillc of Bright di sease aged 82 years Shu was a sister of Mrs T P Hill who was too sick to attend her bedside Col Hill was present when death camo and says ho never saw a braver woman go to her reward An hour or two before her death she told the colonel to look in a certain place and got her will and read it to her It was In her own hand and devised her estate a third each to her nieces Mrs Burnett and Mrs Powoll and gave the other third to Mrs West a sister of her husband Wm Marshall who died a year ago After the colonel had finished rending she said I cant write now you add a codicil making James Caldwoll executor and giving certain heir looms to your wife some of them made by theIr father J A Lewis This was done and she appeared ready for the summons Col Hill says she was a highly educated woman of rarggoodeenseandaconsistentmom- her of the Christian church The re mains were laid away in the old family burying ground on tho Rolling Fork Wednesday In the presence of many frlonds who loved her In life BOYLE COUNTYS WEST END The traveling representative of the INTERIOR JOURNAL had the pleasure of a visit to tho Parksvlllo and Perryvlllo sections this week and was given a rather warm reception by the good democrats of those sections and sur rounding country who like to read democratic papers pure and undefiled Wlshy washy papers dont suffice the best followers of the cause and just now the I J which has never failed to support a nominee Is about as easy to sell at eI a year as gold dollars would bo at hall their value Democrats want It because It sticks with them In success and adversity through thick and thin and republicans rospcct It because they know always where to find it At Parksvillo I found C S Parks J A Hollon and W A Brown Son all busy waiting on customers and L C Ewing time miller filling largo orders of his splendid Daisy and otbu brands of Hour Mr Parks opened up n small stock some eight years ago and now has a splendid assortment of goods valued at 80000 Mr Hollon is an ox Lincoln county man and Is doing a good business at tho old Cozatt stand The firm of W A Drown Son will be no more after this week Mr J H Drown the son buying the cntiro stock Both of these gentlemen arc relatives of our Dr E J Drown and like him are splendid citizens Perry vllle the old town on the Chap lain is never very lively but tho mer chants and others thoro seem to do a good business The largest stores In town aro J A Seays and Parks but our old friend J A Carpenter who for years attended to the L ft Ns business at Stanford sells as many goods as any of them handles Undo Sams mall and puts away tho dead In tho most approved method J J Vanda ripe ono of the merchants of East Perryvlllo sells his share of goods while I C DeBaun and W P Nlklrk do the wheelwright and blacksmllhlug for the people Perryvlllo Is blessed with churches having four fine edifices representing L It 17 the Methodist Baptist Presbyterian and Christian beliefs It Is a most or derly town less deviltry being done there probably than any town of Its size In the Stito To make a longstory short tho place Is populated with good people and good democrats and of courso It Is all right The citizens held a largely attended mass meeting Wednesday afternoon and prepared a petition asking for an appropriation for a National park hero which Congressman Gilbert has prom- Ise to lend his aid in securing The I J has no more appreciative reader than its good friend JT Laws who never lets an opportunity pass to speak a good word for the paper It is tho best and cheapest paper published ho said to a crowd of gentlemen tbo majority of whom took what he said as true and subscribed Mrs J A Carpenter took me to taw for saying in a letter from this placo a year or so ago that Perryvlllo bad been grown a quarter of a century or longer but I can not yet see why I should re tract Perryvlllo Isall right I admit but if any nails have been driven since in the last decade they are monstrous few mind far between There arc 202 pacers and 110 trotters In the 210 list E T Minor has lost seven mules by death recently Dr Leach pronounced tho cause paralysis- E T Minor who goes South with mules today bought eight cotton mules from James Lcavoll at eGO and two of B W Givens at 855 It is now said that Gen Wheelers request that he bo recalled from the Philippines was due to Gen Otis fall uro to give him more active service A colossal bronze statue of Daniel Webster was unveiled at Washington In the presence of President McKinley and many other distinguished public olllclals ply = anti Setontl- 01NOINNATt PoultryMlature MmlCoJlMt J G MCcbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY C Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY JAN 25th lOll it my residence ol a wet Morelanil will wll to the hl heel and bet bidder crop firming Implement household lOll kitchen urmtiirr rooiiitlne Horses mules eattlo cheep and hogs farmingimplementsers rakes strippers a cider mill never used Household kitchen furniture Tcnm known on ado will l 10 oclock J J SIEAltS The Famous San Francisco MINSTRELS AT WALTONS OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY JANUARY 19 e 257UTIT 25 Kverytulng nod Uptodate Solo Orchestra watch for the Street IVrailo Price 24c and Ta- rltrecryelSeats McllolwrU Drugstore cov04iYLo LOVE LETTERS nook of figis 38 Flu- ILlUltUTlall I vv =WRITK roil PBICE A EBU3KHABDT Main O it mile of stock Stock of new now and made day of Sale cgln at New Band at 100 I 0 IQ rJ 1111 g u a yS Cr L oJ SI l OVERCOATS BOYS SUITS Mens SuitsAT W OLESllLEPrices lo make room for Spring Stock COME AND SEE Cummins McClary In StoreRoom Vacated by Severance Sons Call Phone No 10 Higgins McKinney STANFORD KY For Farm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty Laces Embroideries andLacesto you that we have not been sleeping but wideawake to your Interest Our lino Is Prettier Than EverAnd Still The Best Percales ainghm o Whoviot7s And Wash Goods of al kinds are rolling in come early and get the cream You will always find with us GOOD GOODSAnd Correct Styles JOHN P JONES Stanford l folfij W aProcrastination is not only thorii1 THIEF I i1Of Time but of Money as well under the present conditions of the Dry 1 GCCIMarket We I bavaI OF DOLLARS 1 Ij t Uejdaywill give pur customers the benefit as long as they last Come and see faflbroiderieskinds Stock New and Fresh and prices are money savers J CiTLadles Muslin Underwear on sale this week g SEVERANCE SONS I 9i ii When You Want Somettyiqg Good To Eat t Telephone or Call on Geo H Farris cfc Go Everything Good and Fresh 1 f u f r THEINTERIOfiJODRN Entered n tilt pot ofce at Stanford a tecundclatt matter 3nblta2sdTuaodtapaad fTidp 1 PER YEAR CAST ao When not so paid m200 will be charge I I KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION S Arrrlrei at Stanford at 103 4 Learea Stanford at 210 AM Ho 21 Arrirei at Rowland at 1200 I No22 Leares Stanton at 210 r KNOXVILLE DIVISION o24 Train going North U a m ii 2Uam2SII 211II South 12 35 I U32p For alllfolnti MOTIOn TICKETS SOLD- NAOOAOE CHECKED TUUOOQ For say Information enquire ot i sot S RICE Agent Stanford K1 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leJire Liio A 340 a I end r N conoertlng at Georgetown with the A O care Paris at MA u andS PIII reaching Frankfurt alter connecting with AC lrulus lit 1120 M710r and 915 rITb latter train bare for Uenntetowi at 115 r J It ISLUTvW U P A QUEEN CRESCENT Trains gaW South raM Junction City So I does not slop 08l1rolI No5 1122 No 9 fOJ r l fining South No2 doesnt stop No 343 No 6125 r No 6A 7t 4- To our Patrons We are Sow open with our full SPRING STOCK Such at Dry floods Notions Clothing Hoot and Shoes lids and Cl ladles and gents Fur nlahlncn We have also added to our live a full hose Carpets Mattings Rugs WID ow Shale etc We ere itlll In the lead and always will b wlib low prices on everything men Uoned abore + COME AND SEE US And you will Sad we mean what we uy W thank you lor put favors and solicit your lutun patronage RACKET STORE Tbe Cheapest Store In the Country DR R COLDST6IN THE Celebrated Eye Specialist OF Xoulsvlllc Kentucky Will be at the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day Jan 29th turning one day in each month Syes Ssanlnei and Glasses Sclestlfically Adjusted ne Soatsra Mutual Inmtment Com any Of Lexington Ky e Plan INSURANCE REVERSED LiveWe Eij While Yc Old Line Companies Pay When You Die Utu IlroOOO paid In living lienefita Over Reserve and Surplus HUtNES WEAKEN Local Agent SMITH ROMAN Secy Btanford Ky Lexington Ky 1 LOt7ISVILLE TO I CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un lod Station 10th and Broadway desiring information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska and points in the far West including Cal ifornia sbould address I Frank J Reed Gen Pass Agt E H Bacon Die Pass AR- IWH McDocl VicoPrescfc Gen Mnr Charles II Rockwell Traffic Slngr MIDDLE BURG A Httlo Infant daughter of Mrs Sallie Frederick died last week after only a raw hours Illness Tho hop trado IB about the Hvellest hero Walter Lyons bought a bunch of Borne 30 shoals from various parties at 3 to 3ic The grip seems to have bad Its clutches on almos every body In tbls section and people havo done little ehe but cough and snooze Tho contest now on at Frankfor Is tbo only toplo Uoro and the dailies are as much sought after as before tho count was completed Democrats feel almost certain that Goobol and his run nine mates will be given the seats to which they were fairly ole ted Zach Dolk and W V Thomas mado quite a run on the squirrels a few days since They were cutting wood whcn they saw ono run Into a hollow tree Mr Thomas climbed up and stopped the hole and cutting down the tree tbo found six gray squirrels Jammed Into 0 ipaco scarcely largo enough to bold tbemDr and Mrs J C nancy ore Gnu ly domiciled In their new home on ColleJre Street though they came near belnJr jnrnod out a few days since Mrs Ha icy was rendering lard when It b01led over on the stove Tho hot grcasot Ire sending a blaze to the celling Mrs laney was so frightened that she did little else but wring her hands but the loctor with great presence of mind and such danger to himself Seized tho hot kettle and carried It out doors and 011 danger was over Mrs Betsy Edwards wife of B M dwarda died at her home on Indian reek Saturday morning aged iO cars She fell from a horso about three months and received InjurlCII tom which she never recovered Mrs Robt and J WEdwards was a sister of IcWhorter of this county and VIlS one of 10 children and the first to depart this life although all of them aro well advanced In years She was a somber of the Baptist church and dlcd In tho full assurance of a glorious rcs rrectlon Much sympathy Is felt for her aged husband who Is In feeble ealth and according to the course of iture cannot long survive his departed wife After services at her bomo by Rev Geo Green her pastor tbe remains were laid to rest In the family grave yard BRODHEAD Mr Walter Saunders of Stanfor was up last week calling on his girl Miss Cora Noaks granddaughter uf- John Slgman is visiting at Corbin W- n Sowder went to Langford last week to do some insuranoevork Wednesday evening Mr Allen Mo- hord late of Ohio and Miss Jennie Lair the handsome daughter of Mr M Lair who lived In tho Oak nm lghborhoodwere united In matrlmi ny at the brides homo Bro A J Pike Iclatlng The Rev Henderson filled his appointment with the Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday Rev A J Pike Vent to Buckeye and preached Saturday and Sunday and ho was employe by that church for two Sundays In each- month for 1000 He only preached there- ooe Sunday In the month last year Masters Clarence and Johu Perkins- left last week for their home at Hip gins port O Mrs Lon Purcell was vll- fItlng relatives here last Sunday Mr J E Wallin who has been collcctln for the Wrought Iroq Range Co In- South Dakota returned home this eek- and will spend a tow weeks with his old friend Mr J G Frith was called to- Paint Lick to see his brotherinlaw Mr James Henderson who Is reported very sick Bro A J Pike Is In Mt- Vernon this week serving on the board of supervisors John Jarrett was summoned to Frankfort this week Sir J A Oliver of Livingston came up last Saturday night and on- Sunday A M he got a rig at tho Francisco Hotel und drove out In the country a few miles and returned In the B- fternoon bringing with him Miss Bena Jones the accomplished laughter of- tbe Widow Jones who lives near Freedom and at 030 Bro Pike arrived wh In the presence of a largo crowd as- sembted In the parlors of the Francisco- hotel made them husband and vUe- They took the night train for Livingston where they will make their future bome The happy couple carry vlth- tbem the best wishes of the writer Mr Oliver seems to be a perfect en- tleman and Miss Jones was one of ulccastoB belles and a fine tcacho In our public sbools UEWAUD The readers ot thus paper dreadeddisease learn that there Ii at least one tal- eltuce has been stile to cure In all Its stages and bat U Catarrh llalla Catarrh Cureli Ihe onl- polttlr cure known to tho medical fraternity C- ahrrh being a constitutional disease requires a toe lloual treatmiut llalla Catarrh Cure la tak on eternally acting directly the blood an muceul lurfcel of Ibe thereby deatroyln the uundatlon of the disease and giving the ra- tlent strength by building up the constitution and- alstlog nature lu doing III work Tho proprle on have ao touch faith In its curative power they on r One Hundred Dollars lor any case that f1I1 to curt Send fur list of teitlinonlali kddrfM F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O lAUataIU1I1I1I11 are the test Iorty million rounds of small arms- ammunltloo 11000 rounds of shrapnel Lyddlte and common shell 851 boxes of- fuses and 40 boxes of pistol ammunition wcre recently dispatched to the seat of war In Africa This la one of the larg cst consignments of ammunition over sent from Great Britain r NOW LET TIlE MATTER DROP CRAft ORCHARD Tan 17IIVlth trembling pencil and throbbing hrart I venture to call the attention of tho erudite Bobbitt to the fact that tho20 century begins on Jan 1 1001 Inetead of alter that date as stated In his very learned and instructive article last Prl day Bro Hughes I has dlecoven tho error and thought of correcting It but the article had convinced mat people hero many of whom are quite prominent as Lt Rlneheart of Porto Rican renpwn Condor tbo lumbt king Brooks the accomplished drug gist who made his acknowlcdgemci with extended hand and tbo mOdt learned and accommodating postmasu In Kentucky that I thought the ml take had not done much harm but a8 the principal of the homines doctislm the learned sage of Luricaster has ted It of record I shall havotoexplalt When an error escapes Walton nud Bobbin you can bo assured Aught will discover It Your readers 1111 obI servo that I said But on the 31st da of December 1000 tho lOtu centur sxpircs and on the let day of January 1001 the 20th century begins but wll not end for 100 years Then the error is committed by hasty writing afterward when I say Thu titer tho let of January 1001 the 20tl IsI conItlnuo2000 and Instead of the 20th century will then begin I should have said will cod Dec 31st of 2000 and 1st of January 2901 tho 21st century will begin II dislike to put such a kind and accom nodating editor to so much trouble and to require much space at your hands but aa this is a matter of such Interest a ntf importance and as the Guide bloke we are now in the 20th century we had as well have all errors correct cd The learned Prof Stapp said Sunday after reading the article lit Fri ays issue on tbo centuryIIbo would subscribe for the INTKKIOR JOURNAL tho first dollar he could spare Some people may not like the editor but all Intell rent readers admit the superior excellence of the INTERIOR JOURNAL FONTAINE Fox BOUIIITT TUAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you II you uted Dr KIagi Ne w Ute Thousands ofaulirrtra hate r ed then matchlew merit lor Sick and Nervous dachra They make pure blood and strong flea and build up your health Katy to tate- Trr tbem Only a cents Money Ie If Do- teund hold by Ienny the druggist Low RATES TO THE NORTHWEST ickcts will be sold by the Monon route from Louisville to points In Arl zona British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Michigan Mlnne 80ta Montana Nebraska New Mexico North and South Dakota Utah Wash Inlton Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at one faro for the round trip plus 12 on Jan lath Feb Oth and 20th Mar Gth and 20th and April 3rd and- 17th Hate rato for chlldron between five and 12 Inclusive Tickets good 21 dnys returning Full particulars of- your local ticket agent or cheerfully rnisbed with maps and schedules by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky- MNG a A GREAT HUN ON CHAM BEHLAINS COUGH HEMEDY Manager Martin of the 1ierton Drug- Siore informs us that ho is having great run on Chamberlains Cough tem- City He sells five bottles of that met1- lcine tonne of any other indand it gl yes- great satisfaction In these days of la- grippe there in nothing like Chamber talnss Cough Remedy to stop the cougb- heal up the sore throat and lungs And- give relief within a very short time The esaro growing and all who try it are- pleased with its prompt actionSouth Chicngo Dally Calomel For sale by- Craig tL locker Druggists Look In Your Mirror healthyNntedsklntul form t Theae attractions are the result of good health If tbe are abaent there la nearly always some disorder of the die tlnctlr leminlneorgane prelent healthy eterywi- teraMcELREE3 menstrual organs mean health beautyI Wine of Cardui makes tvonlen beautiful and healthy It strikes nt tho root of all their trouble There is no menstrual die order ache or pain which it will not cure It Is for thin building girl the wife and thematron approaching t1lngcrisishealth strength and happiness It costs rco of medicine dealers requlrfegspecialdirections sory The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn flits 1107EXA XETVIS of OenaTllln Tcia aayee9 waa troubled at monthly IntenraU with enlblpaht In mr head aDd hack but bcCA entirely eslievd by of CatdaLFor WIDeI Sale or RcntIWtIII or rent till bout and agaenwof Ian on IlinillU street known u llarrli pro all Ihp hour and Macro of laud letweea Btanfor and Itowlaml II aeira iHMiiloir sere mire and 5 acre for rorn oruaia HAIIVHY 1IKLM Good StoreRoom For Rent The plrndld Storeroom In IhcXI Aunh 1I0t11 Iulldlnt next to Ono II ftrrU Cu is rD- at a reasonable figure Ina or the lmt loratkMli he town Call en HAllDIN HAVUIIMAN GOOD FARM FOR SALE IIIh to sell ttrlraUly so urea of th farm I lire 00 IntliHllDfflh lenJM of Ate routai lichen and altar and with etitern and iprlnn at the door The place Ii locals on the llantllle sal lutomdlle pike mllee rom Illntn and I ma lluitonfltle Forty aria of tbe ram liD what In fins eondltlen ami tbenarelT wtrtol rorn land II purrbiwr wants won Und I will dl him the entire trot of IK urea Tem to 1lt the purrhatrr For funhtrInltDtan rill en radJrex I C Ky TO FLORIDA TRAINS1southern For the prra bt Winter Season TlIK UortllRBX utWAt with coonrctlotu pmenta the lust so rlorsehetlula through carterrlni and tranipor lloiiarraniteuieni nerally ever ottered to the truel to Southern Itenorla IIOIIILK DAILY TRAIN from Clnetnnall and lUliillle In connection with the Queen A Cm nt Route via Chattaaooca Jnup awl The Hint HLrrrisoCAn from Clnetanatl to cknoDTllle with ennTruleol oonnrrtlont from luliillle eta Knoxtllle Aihetltl anti Satan Dab This Ii the S nlc Itoule tbfb the Maun tala of Western North Land ot Ihelk tUo through Slaping an from St l uli to ckioiKlUe In connection with the I K lit L lIallroad fAir hub tla Uultillle and through MIte liiKcara from Kauti City to Ju Ia the K C F 8 A In conseetln- lb Tint SocTllaax UILUIa U1rrulnllba lIaata Int Sytw The rail miSs City Jacksonville thirty elllh hours from Kanun Oily toJscLnrtlle All Agents ofcannoelIng IInH1I through Winter Excursion tlrkela via THE somiuBS IUILWAV to the Itewrii of Florida and the South- dapsscheduteebookleasnd Information mall free to any J CIIIAS138 N W P A 80 Adam St Chlcaso C A HAlUUTrar l Ky W A TURK 01 A Waahlnrton D O W II TAYLOR A 0 P A Lout cUlo T 7j wy jg t lL itS O1J CM Cv to 9 fum04 Dan RoNt fiew Orleans Ijouston 6avet and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly readied vii New Orleans or Shreveport over the Oil n ana Crotttit 6 V aZUW wearwarJahtt From Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than any Other lne Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestlbuled limited Trains Through Hotr Schedule Only One Change Cars to Jackson Vicksburg tlouswu Lallas Antonio etc Tel StlT Hut u THI cniictkT noute THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most up to date Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re contly equipped with the marvelous Anatiginat Lenses tho now discovery in optlc science to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very w test Designs j1 JVJouldijpgs Patterns never void In this locality before have to bo Seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph 1o the most elaborate Among the lot is the New French De mouldings specially for suitable delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that ro luire a dainty When In Danville call and see us and get our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco Danville Ky e1 Mammoth Bronze Turkeys I have for sale Mammoth llronzoTur raised from a Tow that weighed JMJf tb when 10 months old Young Turns 93 Iul U E2 each VS bins J E IY tllnnford JOIN C rEPPIJGS II acandidate for Jailor of Lincoln Couht subject to tho action of tho democratic IlIIr ty gupKrt U solicited DINK FARIIUIIIs a candidate for tlon ot the democratic party Ho IIollcUa your support BEKZLEY f HOT E Wa A DEA1LEY Pror GRAB OROHARD KENTUOI Splendid Accommodations to Depot and sut1IhuiVtII 42 Itttes J T SUTTON Unciortalcor uatonvillo Kontucky Wet Olrn hit unices to the people of tlairolol and Cay counties Full stock ol Command Caslt atAala on hand DtlarleulerManagerDPTIONS FARMS WANTED a I would like to take option on good fanna In Lincoln County Fur twnn und attic VM LANIOUA- 110 13iCrigur Ky POSTED I The peonwhoe name app eels below forbid of of an rlctly any lrlnd at any time the yuar un their Illda and will JIlOMCnte to the full extent ot tho aw any who Ilf Hugh Held J II McAIUter- jlm Fotur E I Woods I T nrrlllFotua Reid 8 llnueliman 8 II A it Shan J W llaughtnan 8 J J S Ow lny Sr J II MaKlnnoy 11 Ware J B rand V S BEAZLEY D D I mcnstcr Ky Teoth Extracted Without Pain Wltb Vltallwd Air Ihjalelan In atlom ance Office In the New Thotnpon IlulldlnR 111 =RITH HOTEL F FBANC1SM Frepriiter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY- Rat r Hotel n the mountain rata ID1Jtr tortln meet all traloa 8 ertal atleatMn to tin IIlIn tutu Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to Morel reda Kxchance In Wm Dauiherty1 ahop In SInfnrd and Kt In exchange Inuf anlt 3leal You can also llour Jlcal BbJ- stua limn Chicken Feed Ac ehcajicr at- my place than any where In town A II all I nak I belloy exchange will be ood thing for farmers and pledge tiller al transactions and full weight roOd- eomo from Iuddernr Dix Klror otttr lie nod arc Oratalus MORRIS IUKTJ relophono No 68 THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Kyf The mOlt centrally located and only FJESTCLhSSlIotct 2 RATEone block from the principal sboppin district and two blocks from the three principal theatres meet cars pats the door to all puta o the City Everything neat anti clean FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE OnlY the beet companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 K MAUONY Agt Stanford ill Ce RUPLEY The 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