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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL II 4VOL XXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 23 1900 9 A M NO 94IlNEWS OF THE VICINAGE i They aro still raiding toll gates in Sponcor county Moses Moilarls aged 65 and a prom leant citizen of Adair Is dead A little chllJ of Samuel Illgglns died at Somerset last week of gripl r Tho Cincinnati Southern refuses to pay tho 25o free turn plko tax In Grant county John Burton was acquitted of tho killing of Klrkpalrlck Burton at Co lumblaA from a Winchester In the hands of drunken rowdy at Somerset passed through tho hair of Miss Flora ArnoldThe assessors books for Boylo coun ty Qfaally closed show a total taxable valuation of 7133003 an Increase of 1330131 over lostyoar Advocate A successful operation was perform ed on It W Bartolls of Somerset for appendicitis Tho appendix was found In a badly diseased stale Ho will soon outAmos Kendall charged along with lib father and brothers with com plicity la tho murder of Eugono Cas soil In Jessamlno county was run over by a train at Bowling Green and lost both his legs- Burglars made a raid on tbo stores of Robertson and Bro B J Durham and Lilian f Stout at Danvllto nod tried to got Into Rowland L Cos and W B Holmes They got about 120 worth of jowolry and shoes from tho Robertsons and soina razors and pocket knives from Llllard A Stout The Mt Vernon company of Stato guards was mustered in wltb 61 mom bon ranging from 10 to 60 years old AU are republicans and it Is said that they have been notified to bo ready to go to Frankfort L W Bothurum was elected captain S D Low I lit lieutenant aud II II White 2d lieu tenat The wonderful accuracy of tho aim of Colson ut bis victim Is shown In the fact that six bullet entered Scotts body Ono entered the skull a little above the right car A second tbo back on tbo right side and passed out just below the Adams apple A third tho back and lodged In the left lung A fourth the left buttock and lodged over the bladder A fifth the loft buttock and was taken out five or six Inchon ubovo The fourth aud fifth must hnvo been shot wbon scott was down A sixth from tho front just below the 10th rib DIED WITHOUT PAIN roll John Smith of Richmond Ky an honest upright man had a largo jaw tooth and tho qorvo died and he did not know it consequently tho death was without pain His tooth then bo gao to ache and his faco commenced to swell Ho wont at once to Dr Hobson nnd ho filled tho tooth at once tbo tho tooth though dead Is as good now as over and Mr Smith is eating his meals on it throo times n day and a tooth Ilka this will last from 10 to 20 years und not cause any pain Whoa your tooth ache or when you want any eolontlflc uptodate advice about your tooth see Dr Hob on next door to PO Richmond Ky Solid goldtooth 550ITootlr lox traded 25 sent Examination free onicoopeuat night All work guar anteed A FBIOH1fFUL DLUfDEn Will often UIIM a horrible Jlurn Sufi Cut or Urnlw Iluckleui Vrnlct Sage the beat In the worM w1l kill and iiromnllr hfl it ureA UM Sort Fever Sorts UirOfeUI Felons Curni all Skin Kru llun lint 1IIe turn on earth Only JSc a box Cure gutrtntetJ Sold by Penny the DrufeUt twoCornstalks IncrcasoMn value They yield cellulose worth 6100 a ton for stopping holes In battlo ships tot flue yardboard nnd paper the best foundation for dynamite u patent cattle food and n superior glue But It Is said that 250000000 tons of cornstalks Ulll go to wnnto every year In England Carefully compiled figures porno of which have been investigated and found to bo correct show tho Boor 1losses up to date are Approximately 0425 men Including 2000 casualties during tho slbgo of Ludysmlth Tho average number of horses killed In Spanish bull flgjiits every year ox ceeds 5000 whllo from lOQO to 1200 bulls are sacrificed The rd Kentucky will hold n reun ion at Bowling Green Juno fith J t LANCASTER Miss Flora Uallou was tho guest of hop brother II M Dullou I am thankful to the Mt Vernon correspondent of tho iNTEiuoit JOUUVAL for complimentAry mention On Friday Wm Royston shot Bubo Graham another colored man Inflict log a slight wound In tho breast which was dressed by Dr Acton In tbo absence of Dr Merldcth KentuckyMedical was made president pro tern at Dan vlllo meet Thursday at an Interesting session ttov Ira Partin has exchanged his houtna and lot In this city with Nick Vnnbook for acres of land and a rea idence near W L Lawson Tho former was valued at JSOO and tho lat ter 600- 0IIerbert Gulloy has gono to Chll llcothe Texas toJocalc Ed O Galnes Is preparing to open a full Hoe of staple and fancy groceries In tho now etoro room In the Garrard Hotel building It will bo known an tbo Daisy Speaking of radishes Col J W Mil toe says that a very largo ono grow In beinghollowIt and hatched 30 chickens His friend Major McElroy then told of ono ho raised which was two feet in diameter and solid all tho way through Tbo cry of fraud tn politics will nov or bo stopped until each party makes rules that the member of county dis trict nod Slate committees shall consist of moo who aro not offlcoBcokers that each candidate shall have his strength In all conventions and that no combi nations shall be formed protractedday 20tU If the people will hear him much good will result 4lov George W Dunlap preached at the Methodist church and Elder II D Smith at tho Christian church on Sunday Elder R M Campbell will preach at the Chris tian church next Sunday A move Is on foot to mako a raid on tbo whisky dons Somo witnesses hayo been before Judgo Drown and told where they bought liquor Messrs IV II Tomtiubon and L L Walker con tended that the court could not proceed as n grand jury but tho judge sees It differently and under the novice of city attorney W1 Williams a number of warrants will likely be Utiucd- MUs Margaret aged 10 the Intelli gent daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Mount of LaGrange and grandter of Mr J M McUobcrts of your city sent the first correct solution of the orchard puzzle Please credit her fathers account by three months sub scription and charge to my ncoouut She writes that she Is a Goebel girl uud can do anything but make him goy ernor The board of supervisors completed Its work on Friday Pha entire prop arty of the county is 84425070 which is 3263356 moro than tho preceding crrlttajfiguresIncrease 8208132 by estimating some llgurcs which were not bcloro him This is a good showing for Garrard The raise over tbo assessed list was 800375F Flsslngor has opened hotel Uarrard und the II rat guests ontortuln ed were tho San Francisco Minstrels who gave n splendid ontortnlnmonc at the Opera Iluusq on Saturday night The music and performances gnneralr ly worn fur above the average The attractions for this week aro the famous Huwlborno Sisters at the Opera House on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday night and he Western Stars under the uusplcus of thu W C T 1L on l courthouso1Moura gar Wilkinson organized a Tribe of Red Mon hero on lust Thursday night with good citizens as charter mem hers and the institution will take place on Tuesday night 30th whoa tho Stan ford team will give the secret work The following ofllcors woro elected Sachem Dr J B Klnnalrd Senior Sagaiuoro Louis Landram Junior Sag amore Dr I S Wesley Propbct Ed Lilshop Chief of Records of Wampum G SwInobroadjKoeporof Wampum W B Burton Collector of Wampum J II Hamilton Trustees Ed Gaines it L Davidson and lIon R II Tom llnspn cateruoitrto ourA store yes tcrday suffering from a sevoro attack o crump colic writes H F Mess mlPcr DOll general merchant Dickeys Moun tain Pa Ho had tried various homo remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlains Colic Cholera null Diar rhoea Remedy I gave him a dose end it soon brought him out all right I novel saw n follow so rejoiced Bold bUraig locker Druggists qAn official report says iBpor cent of births In Puerto Rico aro Illegitimate because tho poor can not afford to pay thVoxorbltant marriage fees demanded by tho priests L CRAB ORCHARD MrJ C Hays brought In n car load of nice looking calves from London Orchard Is again In need of a butcher People nro getting hungry for beef Mr Gue IIofmann spent last week In Lexington in the Interest of the Keely Institute Prank Llttleford d Bro of Cincinnati arc buying anil shipping from ono to two cars of oak and poplar lumber dallyJoo Ncwland Is at homo from East BernMadt to work for his mother while she taken much needed rest and visits relatives and friends out of town Mr J H Stephens who hits been running the Mulllns Hotel at Livings too has moved to his farm recently purchased of Sam Cochran Mr Dan Holman Is Improving slowly but Mr Sam Holman Is gradually growing weaker much to the regret of his many frlondsIMr Wm Totem ono of Crab Or h ards oldest and best citizens died and was burled Thursday Mr John Sti gall who lived on the old Richmond road was burled Thursday after a lin goring Illness of dropsy His funeral was attended by a number of Masons from Crab Orchard Mrs Dr Poilus Jr of Livingston Is visiting tho family of Dr Pottus Sr at Crab Orchard Mr Joo Rlnchart has leased the Mulllns Hotel at Livingston and will take chargu Jan 23d Miss Battle Higgins has gone to Somerset to visit her brothers families Mrs Llrzle Barker Is very III of appendici tis at the homo of her son Pato King Mr MUCk Hays of Texas who has PaullonIa car of hay to Ward it Magee Liv ingston and Mr Jop Thompson ship ped n ear of hay to Sparks Brooks ft Co Uazol Patch the oast week MATRIMONIAL MATTERSI Charley Phelps of Casey and Miss Ida Irving of Pulaski wore married last week W L nardy of Ashland eloped to Ohio und married his adopted daugh ter aged 17 F M Farmer and Miss Emily Barnett wero mado one by Judge Catron tills week was the Somerset P II JournalEugene Henry of Bardwoll has just married his fourth wife and Is only 29 years old Two of his wives died and one got a dlvorco The Cynthlana Democrat says that Miss Mary Mocks and H C Scott left homo wtensbly to act as attendants at a marriage of their friends but Instead drove to tho station and tied to Cincin mutt whore they were married- It was Mr John Cooks dying re quest that her husband marry as soon after her death as possible and ho was eo anxious to carry it out that In less than a week ho bad another wife Tbo marriage took plttCo at Baltimore Mr Clarence Elmer Richards of Columbus 0 the splendid architect of tho Kentucky Houses of Reform and Miss Currie daughtor of Mr end Mrs A S Humphreys of Indlanola Flu were married on the 17th Their Ken tucky friends send warmcstconcratulu lions t Joseph Pltttnan aged 70 and Mary Elliott aged 73 wero married at Darl ington had The brides homo was bowered with flowers and a full or chestra played the march from Lo hengriu when tho brldo and groom ontorod the parlor preceded by two of tho brides granddaughters who acted as flower girls The brldo woro a cos tumo of white and was given away bv her son u man of M Both had been married twice beforerTIll PERRY VILLE BATTLEFIELD At tho meeting held at Parryvllle to tko steps to secure an appropriation from Congress for converting the Per ry vlllo buuie geld into a National park J E Culdwoll was chosen chairman and S D Van Pelt seerotary A corn m It too on resolutions was appointed composed of the following P Stallard F T Logan and Aabury Maywho pre seated the following which was adopt ed WlIEUEAS Kentucky In proportion to her population furnished moro troops to the two armies during the Civil war than any other Stato In the Union and whereas the battlo of Per ryvllle was tbo fiercest and hottest fought on Kentucky therefore bo It Resolved That wo most earnestly in dorse the action df our representative Hon G G Gilbert in his effort to se cure at this place a National Military Park and in memory of the elldut he roes who fell here wo bespeak the cooperation of his colleagues In both houses of Congress Second That wo petition our Legis lature t cede to the general govern men alljurisdiction over tho land and public roads embraced In tho measure I POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Tho Houso passed the pension appro 2iOTho in tbo menlclpal election at Knoxvllle Congressman Joe Bailey of Texas has offered his services In defense of Col Colson Dick Knott Is the most notorious and unmlttlgalrd liar In all Kentucky Owentboro Messenger Judge II G Pctrlc banker lawyer and former State Senator died Saturday night at Elkton aged 80 years Tbo prohibitionists South Caroll na will put a Stato ticket In the field next summer and mako a fight against the democracy because of tho dispensa ry lawArgument In tho WbltcBorciog Congressional contest Is being heard before Election Committee No 2 at Washington A largely attended mass meeting 10 express sympa thy with the Boors was hold at Washiegton Congressman Joe Bailey was ono of the speakers Dr Go leo superintendent of th Lakeland Asylum died Friday night making the second superintendent of tbcinstltuttou to die wlltiin two years Collector S J Roberts and Pension Agent Combs bavo gone to Washington to induce McKinley to take a hand In the Kentucky contest It Is said Gov Bradley will deliver one of the leading addresses at tbo annual Lincoln banquent following the 15lb an nual convention of the Ohio Republi can League at Cincinnati Representative Vincent Doming has accepted an Invitation to address the Maryland Union League Club at Bal timore on Feb 12 the Olst anniversary of the birth of Abraham LInccli The majority report of the committee investigating tha case of Polygamist Roberts is against his admlsslonto Congress while the minority report says ho should be admitted and then expelled The Maryland Houso of Delegates which is largely democratic refused to Indorse Mr Bryan as the recognized leader of the democracy in the Untied States and practically killed a resolution Inviting him to address that body Rev J C Maconnts a Congrega tlonal preacher in California has retlr from the ministry which ho save is no place for a young man who wants per sonal liberty Ho must use too much hypocrisy and overlook too much of it in others CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The Danvlllo Epworlh League and Missionary Institute will be held at Morcland Pcb 10 21 Tho Christian churches will celo brato their silver jubilee year by a March offering of 200000 for missions Rev W E Arnold has Become tem porary pastor at LaGrange during tho absence of tho regular pastor in Eu rope Rev J W Loving has resigned the pastorate of thojCampbeUsvHlo Baptist church and has accepted n call from the Glasgow Baptist church The pastors union of Toledo 0 tried the Wicked London and Black Sheep Co for showing on Sundays and had to pay the costs amounting u 8200 Tho clergymen of Frankfurt will ob serve today as a day of prayer All tbo churches of the city will unite In ser vices praying that danger of further bloodshed may be averted Southern Methodists will get tho 81000000 asked for the 20th century offering Twentyfour conferences heard from subscribed 8120000 and 20 moro are yet to bo heard from Rev Samuel Williams aged S3 and a minister in the Presbyterian church for 03 years died nt Ellzabothtown tie was brothor of the lato Elder Logan Williams of Huatonvllfe and was bornand raised In this county The New York Independent says that the increase in tho churches In membership In the UnltedStates last year was only 1 per cent What Is most needed In the churches of today Is not an Increase In members but trolling those right whoso names ar6 already upon tho church register The 10th annual State convention of the Y M C A will bo held at Cov bgtoo Fob 1518 Railroads will give a rate of 11 fares Programs credentials and full Information regarding tho convention may bo obtained by writing Hoary E Rosovcur State secretary Fourth and Broadway Louisville Ky Tho man with tho pistol should not bo tolerated Ho Is an anachronism a sporadic Indication of occaaknlsur vival of tho unfit Boycott him Dont associate with him Dunt tolerate his bravado way of giving notice that hols rcaly to kill Let him herd with others of his kind and nature will tako its course with him and them RocUy Mountain Newt Martin Bergen tho famous Boston base ball club catcher shot and killed his wife and two children and committed suicide ai his homo In North Brookfield Mass C Nai t sit A C SNECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFOBD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and workmanship forwhomhereI Sash I DressedLumberI will duplicate I any prices offered OIMAIdINAMfNi RDti IMPORTANT to PIANO BUYERS This is the last w6ck of the Special Piano Sale and we are going to Sell Every PianoWe have at the flyers louse You need not think they will not sell but think you leave missed your chance for a Piano that may never occur to you again COME AND SEE ME- If you want the worth of yon money in a Piano W II GIBSON Spl Salesman Dr H BALDWIN 6 CO Number One Gets The DOLL Bring That Number And thE Doll is Yours CRAIG HOOKER Stanford 000000000000000000000000000000000000 o o W+ + 1c O EfTtgg DRUGGIST STANFORD g golEHA HOUSE BLOCK g o Books Stationery Wall Paper Paintsoo Oils and Varnishes 0 gSpecial Attention Given to the Compounding of IresclpHona Scientifically go and with Cnreogrcrms Cash Telephone No 27 o o Oflice Long Distance Telephone o o 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooI S = b= = == = = =Ilr Lit Ei1 MENS g am Oe Eb WEflR 111 l J f Of All Kinds t CLOTHING f i NECKWEAR1f3 SHIRTSf tJ c c ltJi es It Rubber Boots Felt Boots Overshoes tI1 Ladies and Childrens Shoes il j v Terms j1- OBERTSJH J 1 L v w O J v eI THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Amistlgrnat Len bs the now dt8covory ln optlc l science I to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER JuSt received a largo stock of tbo very latest Designs it JVJouldi gs r Patterns never sold in this locality before havoto bo seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate palming 0 Among the lot is the New French mouldings specially for suitable nelicato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors an that ro duiro n dainty When lu UanvUle call and see ne and get our prices We will save moneyyou 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danvlfle Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 23 1900 w P WALTON IN voting to unseat Robbing deco of the 4th Alabama district and to glvo his placo to Aldrlch rep tho election committee of the House of Represen tatives shows their Intentions with regard to contests that Is that republi cans will be seated no matter how good a case the democrats make out Rob bled was elected by a largo majority but because of racial prejudice and al leged Intimidation of Negro voters his seat is taken from him solely on the republican belief that might is right Those holierthanthou people who roll their eyes in assumed horror because the democrats of Kentucky ore daring to demand their rights through legal channels and by methods pro cribed by a Idw which the court of appeals has pronounced constitutional In all Its provisions seem to take no note of the republican outrages at Washington or to regard tho rape of seats from democrats as asythlng but a matter of course In our own district an evidence of republican greed for office based on the assumption that a republican Congress will unseat Mr Gilbert no matter how flimsy are the grounds for It brought home to us but In the eyes of the holiness crowd this seems to be all right It la only the democrats who can err In such matters according to their Ideas Senator Goebel and Mr Beckham are thieves assassins and cut throats in their estimation because they simply ask that their contentions be heard and passed on by an established tribunal This Is the extent of their ollendlng And yet hints of murder and assassins lion are made If that tribunal finds that they are entitled to the offices now held by republicans and an attempt Is made to peaceably take thorn It Is enough to make the blood ofa patriotic man boll to read the threats of the cowards arid assassins who would turn Kentucky over to lawlessness bloodshed if their worthless andI cm escape but fortunately none the timid take the bluffers seriously IfI the Legislative court declares after full hearing that Goebol and Beckham have been elected governor and lieu tenant governor they will take those offices and Taylor and his crowd will not dare to resist Should they be fools enough to do so on them will rest the responsibility and upou their heads will be the consequences IN an article headed A Reign of Law or TerrorWhich the Courier Journal Hays Taylor alive for pardon Ing before trial and conviction the law less intimidators he has had brought to Frankfort Under any circumstances such an act of clemency would merit universal and severe censure Under the circumstances existing at Frankfort it can be called by noxnhcr name than that of crime It Is official warrant for any kind of outrage which evilminded or drunken men having a claim real or fancied upon the governor may see fit to perpetrate Whatever Its pur pose Its effect must be to endanger the lives of unarmed peaceable people But It la far very far In excess of this for it comes as a kind of proclamation from the executive office notifying re publicans that they may kill democrats sure in advance of the governors par don A DISPATCH from Wllllamaburg says that Judge T Z Morrow who is hold ing court there said to some friends If the contest was decided In favor of the democrats there was nothing to to submit to the decision as they weroI taking the regular legal way to ceed and whoa the legally authorities decided they must be obey ed These are the sentiments of all law abiding men and in giving expression to them Judge Morrow shows again that he is fully worthy of the honors that his people havo always de lighted to confer upon him TAYLOR usinghis little brief au thority In such a manner as to demon strata what everybody of discernment knew before that he Js not only Incompetent but viciously Irresponsible Bo has pardoned more of the intimidators ho caused to be brought to Frankfort and who have behaved outrageously since their arrival The only consolation CDonectol wits his abuse of authority Is that It will be of short dura tion and then ho will cease forever from troubling Gov SaIq Chicago predicting dire damnation for democ racy under tho leadership of Mr Bryan who caotH about for expediency without regard to principle Poor old man Once a beloved leader now an outcast Alas for his good name that he had not gone hence in tho zenith of his popularity EVERY ODYS MAGAZINE Is the now eel applicant for literary favor It is published In Now Yorkat 10 cents a copy of 250 pages of bright matter and handsome illustrations Tbo editor Geo II Pe ry say the motive of the publication la to satisfactorily fill a leisure hour and it Is fully accomplish ed Tnt Lexington Herald bad a good write up Sunday of a morning spent at the Houses of Reform with the article Illustrated with the buildings of the institution It says that a visit there Is not only entertaining but Inspiring and one cannot but feel strong gratl tulle tb those who have by their earnest labor convert d tho Institution From an Idoaf Into a fact It la to bo hoped that the bill now before the Leg Islaturo asking a further appropriation So favorably acted upon and that tho board of trustees will bo enabled to bring the present plans to a speedy completion COL COLSON Is getting on well and so Is Capt Golden The grand jury at Frankfort Indicted Colson for tho murder of Ethel Scott and of Demaree and found two Indictments against him for carrying concealed weapons A man to swear that Scott fired first has al ready been found and It Is safe to predict that Colson will be acquitted for killing him though ho ought not to fareso easily for the killing of an Into cent bystander Frankfort and the Legislature Senator Whitehead wants Corbln changed from of Gth to a 5th class town Somerset rads held a meeting and resolved not to submit If Goebel Is seated Scat As murder Is not a bailable offense Col Coleons lawyers will try to show that he acted in self defense and procure his release till the final trial It Is said that the previously popular lobby at the Capital Hotel Frankfort Is now shunned by the people who fear a repetition of last Tuesdays fultsado Adlspatch says that the democratic and republican members of the contest boards arc on the best of terms and so are the lawyers Why should they not boAfter a spirited debate Mr Orrs motion to allow the democrats more time to present their evldenco before tho contest board was adopted with but 14 dissenting votes Should Christ come to Frankfort that would Ho do asks the Breckln ridge News Why scourge the republican thieves out of the State House of course Louisville Times Senator Carter presented a bill to prevent railroads from watering their stock and therefore depriving them of an excuse for charging exorbitant relghtrates This bill was suggested by Mr Bryan Taylor is quoted as saying I would bo perfectly willing to have Bryan decide as to whether I am entitled to be governor If Bryan advised Goebel democrats to continuo the contest I do not believe he was sincere Tho committee to try the contest of Col Milt Young for the scat of Sen tor Allen of Fayette reported unanimously in favor of Allen Tho republican members were Senators C F lurnam and John L Whitehead Over 100 of the best citizens of Logan county sign an unsolicited statement that Senator Barrels character for truth veracity honesty and gentle manly conduct Is above reproach and that his standing In tho city and county Is the very best The republicans issued another appeal Saturday to tho people of tho State to back them id an effort to BeI cure fair trials In the contests now pending It Is along the same line of the ono recently promulgated and charles that the democrats have determined to scat Goebel as governor- A prominent politician is alleged to have offered a democratic represents tive 82500 payable In weekly Installments to vote with the republicans on all partisan questions before the House- installment of 9750 is said to have been paid the representative having kept a follow legislator posted on all phases of the transaction Tho grand jury of Franklin county will Investigate the case By Lieut Col Gray It was proved that the military activity in Louisville began two weeks previous to the diet tion that Gov Bradley came to Louisville the Sunday previous and was In personal command that the entire reg iment assembled at the armory under orders at 0 oclock on the morning of election day and remained on duty until 11 oclock at night that Getting guns wero provided the day before election and that Immediately after the election For Rent signs were posted In the armory building BRIEF NEWS NOTATION By a fire the Barnum S Bailey circus lost 8125000 J P Llndcnbereer expresident of the American National Bank of Lou- isvIlle Is dead An earthquake In Mexico killed sever persons in one town and razed many houses Robert Embry of Valparaiso Ind died from drinking alcohol when his whisky ran out John Ruskin one of the greatest au thorities of his ago on art died at London In his 82d year Mrs Jefferson Davis attended o Bob crt E Leo birthday in New York and was given an ovation Tho hearing of the Davlson Gilbert contest is set by the Election Commit tee No 1 for Feb 1 A Hopkinsvlllo merphant Wm Van hoosor bled to doath as tho result ol he bursting of a boll 0 Gen Duller has advanced five railed on tho Qnomys ground in Africa after hard fighting mostly Henry Ilaynee of Cloverport shot and dangerously wounded his wife who had played a practical on joke him During a drunkcq carousal two women fell into a vat of boiling water at Chester Pa and wore fatally scalded The safe of the bank at Akron W Va was blown open and 80000 taken The robbers killed two night watchmen In doing the job In Henry county James Ellegood kilted Dick Heaton who fccted as a peacemaker Ellegood was fatally in jured by Orle Smltb A New York mason who was expell cd from the order for cause has appealed to tho courts to reinstate him the first action of tho kind ever known With a big war on her hands costing millions of dol many lives and many lure Great Britain is forced to keep from starving 40000000 people in fam- Ine stricken India W R Cortella jumped from an L N bridge at Maysvlllo with suicidal Intenvbut landed on soft ground 50 feet below breaking one ankle In two places and his nose Taylor is the monkeyonthoetlck but exGoy Bradleys is the hand that Is making the simulated simian cut web fantastic tricks before high hcav eo as to make the angels weep Louis rule Times Kansas does not hang her murderers by law but mobs sometimes mete justice to them George Sllboo and Ed Mecks half brothers who were convicted of murder wero lynched in tbo county jail yard at Fort Scott John MacLeod ono of the foremost engineers of the South and builder of the Louisville Southern Railway and Kentucky and Indiana bridge besides other Important structures is dead at hit home In Louisville of paralysis Happy Sam Briggs a onelegged mall carrier who resided at Mayfield was shot and killed at Boydsvlllo by Ed Bruce a farmer who claimed that Briggs had insulted Mrs Bruce Brlgga had denied tho charge and there Is much feeling over the shooting LAND AND STOCK T C Rankin sold 27 cotton mules at Nunan Ga at 8100 For rent 05 or 70 acres of corn ground A M Feand 3t Andes won the Live Oak Handicap at New Orleans Saturday C C Burdett sold to T G McWil lame a combined horse for ISO The sale of JJ Spears stocK and personalty occurs Thursday 25th FOR SALE 28 bushels nice clover seed E DPeyton Stanford Ky Henry Lawson bought in Casey and Adair a bunch of mules at 850 to 885 R C Nunnclley sold to I M Dunn tho 100 ewes advertised in this paper at 550P P Nunnelley bought eight mules from colts to aged at 820 to 8GO in Pu laskiE H Bcazloy sold for Beazley Bros to Weathcrford S Dryo a sorrel combined gelding for 9215 John G Lynn Sr sold at Lancaster yesterday a pair of twoyearold mules for 81GO anti some steers at 4c Cattle are still dying of the black log in the Speedwell section of Madison Rico Bros having lost 18 In one day Little Squaw 209 won 10 races out of 11 starts last year She cost her owner 9100 and a pair of common mules J J Tnompson bought at Lancaster yesterdoy the John R Adams farm of 2CO acres lying near Prcacbcrsvllle lJ Butter sells at 10 to 17o in Cincinnati eggs 16 corn 341 wheat 71c best cattle 560 do hogs 4ic sheep 4io and lambs 61c J F Cash has sold 200 barrels of corn recently at 8225 at the crib Ho has several hundred barrels more that he Is holding at 8250 Josiah Anderson sold to J Y Robin son two mule colts at 830 and a bull at 30 D M Anderson sold sold to two mulo colts at 875 A Missouri man says that at tho pub lic sales in 1S09 1033 Hereford cattle averaged 82G244 469 Angus 8247 and 1791 Shorthorns 817575 J W Marr of Fayette bought the fatm of Warren Smith and Mrs Elinor Whitney containing 275 acres 21 miles rom Georgetown for 29125 C L andA J Gooch have bought tho William Gooch farm of 260 ares near Gilberts Creek at 842 and Mr C L and pretty bride havo gone to housekeeping there Tho agricultural departments finale tlmato on last years wheat crop wa 317303340 bushels valued at 8319545 250 and of corn 2078153033 bushels valued at 8629210110- Wilkerson Allen of the West End finding that they can buy corn cheaper in Cincinnati than around Ilustonvllre are having a car load shipped In every week or so- W I Hcrrln and Josh Wilson sold ut Lancaster a bunch of two yearel heifers ut 81893 Joab Rlgncy sold n8 butcher cattle at 31 to 330 and somo stcera at 4o J G Riddle sold some yearlings at 917- LE Rhea killed two Poland Chin- as from which ho made 25 gallons Oll lard Ono of them weighed over 7 pounds and It required seven men to place the dressed hog on the polo Taylorsvlllo Courier Ic W Williams the Galoeburg Ill horseman has bought Mazatbun 2261 Expedition 215 Bolslre 22U and St Vincfint 2131 all stallions for 110 000 All of these with Allerton 2091 will make tho season at Ashland Farmi Lexington RobortJMcAHstor sold this week his farm at Jcasatclnc of 242 acres to It B Wallace of Scott county at 975 pOI acre This is ono ot the best farms In Jessamine county anti well located Thomas Metcalf bought of Williams Jewell a pair of mules for 200Nlch olasville Journal Bonta Bros bought 34 twoyyeurold mules of F P James last Saturday at 857 They will bo broken beforo being sold The stock pens failed to york and stock may now be sold on Main Street as heretofore Messrs Phelps te Wiseman returned their license to the council lastTuesday night and tho license fee was refunded This will be good news to stock dealers Uarrods burg Democrat At Bigstatls sale of Shorthorns In Montgomery county 25 brought 1180 Miss Kent sold for the top prjco of 83S5 E P Woods of this county bought Roguish Eyes Otb by 7th Duke- ot Springfield for 8230 Cobb t Lil lard gave SlO for the 20th Duchess of Springfield tbo same amount for Miss Kent and 8225 for Miss Kent 2d Miss Kent 3d brought the highest price 8385 Mr Woods also bought Dutchcss of Crethmcro a yearling heifer for 8125 LANCASTER COURT A largo crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday and there were 300 cattle on the market There was some demand for then and oioat of them changed hands A good bunch of yearlings brought closo to Jle while from 4 to 4Jo wero tborul leg prices for yearling and two year old steers Hollers brought 3o to 360 butcher cattle 3 to 3icmilk cows 82250 to 835 J I Hamilton bought six mules at 860 to 870 and P P Nunnelley sold three at 845 to 875 Several horses sold at 840 to tOO Willie ngctl live Ixnimlwl into the house one day exclaiming Mho hung his lint on lull rack this U my home A lady visitor said Tho mouse next door is just like this Wil lie suppose you wcnUovcr there laid hung your hat up in tho hull that would be your home nllIIuchIUI this wouldnt it1 No nmnin answered tho little fellow Why not naked tho lady Canto my mother does nt live there was tho triumphant reply l Tho two most nh entlIIiIllICtImen on record are the fullow who thought- ho had loft his watch nt home and thou took it out to too if ho hind time to go back and got it and tho until who put on his office door a curl my ing Out will bo backtoou nnd on his return sat down on n stair step to wait for liiimclf A Gorman citizen of Hoboken was informal that n lady had culled to ice him in his absence A lady Sims cd ho aloudit lady Upon an ac curate description he suddenly bright rues Illmaul added Oh dot vos no lady dot vos my vife Mrs YouugliugJohn do you suppose you cnn hoar the baby from where you are if ho wakes up mar tries John who is reading tho newspaper I dunno I hope not Fond Mother Tommy arent you very sorry that you broke your sis ers watch TommyNo mamma but I wouldnt be surprised if sister In PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY JAN 25th my residence jt ola mile war of Mortlaod will tell to the IUd twit bidder stuck crop farmincimplementshouaebold and kitchen furniture Stock cooilstlnz of Horses males cattle sheep and hogs a lot of corn and fodder Implements wagons plowsnarrows mow rs 12 in a USolim on tale will lgln at 10 oclock JJ SPEARS flilNNiwWIiiiiiirWiUiii iiiiiiz S STYLISH RELIABLE aj Recommended by Leading Ig Dreiimakcri They Alway fleasel 5 MS CALL pBAZARa1 I sNOWC SETTER AT ANY PRICE g 5 Irr atternt ireald In nearly Ify- ourrantketnltedd e u One coRlllalDpchII Addressrooenearupoint js TilE AUCALL COMPANY JS taato 146 WUIh Strut York = 3niuiicn orricn 5 189 Plllh Ave Chicago and S E 1051 Market it andlCo 5 MS CALLS MAGAZINE ti Urlzhtest Magazine Published = Contain Beautiful Colored Plain S aIllurtntcs Latch Work Iitternj Faih g tiAeemewawedfvthpmapdnfnenry locality fWrite for term and othtr pirtlc g 61otter Sbclrllnft only auoperrr fncludlne a VIlliK Ftticra E5Addml THEMcCALL CO = 138 to 146 W Mth pt New York S Zf1411f4fbn1J1MrlAeMNJ441A1 I THE LOUISYILLESTORE r WONDERFUL Clearing Sale BARGAINS The prices In every dopartmentcut- to a figure which will Provo ot- a decided Bargain Character It Is a chance of J 1 You canI alTord to false I Winter Hosiery Cwt U ol secondary importance Ladles Fleecelint hose sacrificed at o 0 Ladies Wool Hose sacrificed at J5c- Mhses Heavy lllbbed Bpllccdknce Hose 16c grade only 12c Mens Yarn Socks 12c Mens Seamless mack tockn Oc Underwear Mens Shirt and Drawers only 39c for tho suit Mens Empire State Camels Hair Itan dam Shirt Mid Drawer only We per molt sold everywhere at1 per suit Childrens Union Suits only22co Ladles llibbed Shirts and slips only ISc each Underskirts Get yon ono of tho Flan nel Skirts Patterns before theylire gone at13cI BARCAIHii V4JfLadles Handkerchiefs worth lOc 15c and 25c go at 6c tic and loc A few of the f1 lot of Corsets to close at OOc and 76c One lot of LadWOe Corsets to close at 20c 131apenFine leather trimmed Suspenders only 23c sold everywhere at 40 to oOc a pair t 4Ply Linen Collars standing or turn down latest style only tOe One lot of Hoys Uolaundrlcd Shirts toIclo o At 16c Mens Night Shirts nicely trimmed 4Sc Mens White Unlaumlrlcd ShlrUsplen did iiuallty reinforced front and Hack only 4Sc IT T l We have thousands of I OTHER BARGAINS To show you that our space will not allow us to glvo prices on In Clothing Shoot Hali Cloaks Capes Carpets anti Mattings The Louisville Store A URBANSKY CO Proprietors TD KANKY Manager 200 UPTODATE HORSES 200 Tho only genuine and wtllcttubUhwI sale of builneaa and pleaauro hones In Kentucky The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky TwentyThird Sale Jon 3031 Feb 1 2 1900 I hope after willing 8500 horse coupled with honrat upright dealing will widen my largo circle of ltalrun Why do all antciae then sell hero r The Lest place on sett hone the beet buyers the best trlree The LxAST eot Alnre all OItMItItAL 1ATIIIACTION Write for term and entry blank F It PAULCONFIt DArrluz IY 1 Stanford Female College WILLIAM SIIKLJOX PntaiuisT Next Session Will BeginOJany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified Foradmlssion call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Princlpsle PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs BooksStationery J Paints J And Oils KyjTelephone No2 Stanford W ACAR8O3TSTANFORD KY Is The Recognized Leader In The Following Articles Carriages Buggies Wagons Vul can Imperial and Avery Plows Harness A t TIle LowestPrices Aerman7rrn Jo aesr i5 tHE tHe fcsrl ee tfrq7Neshor7n nil qroTygeufrtfiny rleyraL y 3- fi for taloyuto r s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r STANFORD KY JAN 23 1900 E 0 WALTON BusiNiaa MANAGER i tTlIK boat materials combined with skill and Insure good carol t8 No other methods aro over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Miss JKNNIB WARREN qulto tick n JOHN DlUOHT of Grays spool rover al days hero Mu J B CAUTKII of Cartcrsvlllo warn horn Friday Miss ANNIE ELLIS spent Borao time with relatives at HuBtonvlllc Miss MAUIE HAKIIKK of Richmond li vUltlng Mr W H Shanks MISS ANNIE PuiLilH pent several days with relatives at Junction City ED DOTY of Gurrard spent eoveralr days with hi brother Lewis L Doty MRS J C HAYS Is back from a visit to her mother MN Walker In Gar rard Mils S G DHYE of lluitonvlllo spent several days with Mrs E C Walton MISSKS NAOOE ANd MARY BAOUV Danville were guests of Mrs W O 1orMiss CARRIK L COKKKY of McKln gavo a delightful pound party Sat urday night Tim Ladles Fancy Wok Club will t meet with Mrs Frank W Allen Thursday at 130 oclock MRS IL C BAUOIIMAN of Huston vlllc spent several days with her moth or Mrs Mary Wray Nits M M McKiNNBY Is spending the winter In Knoxville with her daughter Mrs Jerry Smith MRS KATB MILL U spent several t days with her daughter Miss Linda Miller at Georgetown College Miss BirrriB LEWIS who came dow n to attend the burial of her brother returned to Livingston Saturday Missus ANNIK AND FANNIE SHANKS and Thomas II Shanks wont to Lox ington Friday to see Julia Arthur MK F L UntKKK State agent of thoOsborno Machine Is on a vUlt to t Mr Frank Holtzclaw the local agent Mu A O MARTIN formerly of Lie coin Is solicitor for F J Campbells Noah Ark Somerset P 11 Journal MISSES DORA AND CATIIRIU N BAUOIIMAN of Madison Female Fnstl tute spent several days with homcfolks bore MESSRS JHURY ADAMS AND BUR DETT POWELL were In yesterday to bring us A now subscriber and job work MRS JESSE T Hocicrit of Turners vlllo made a pleasant visit to her cous ins Mrs Alice DoPauw and Mr A A Warren DR W S DEAZLRY wife and baby James A Beazloy and wife and Mr- l Mildred Beazley of Lancaster 1relatlvel hero Sunday W It CARSON has Informa tion that his little grandson Reynolds Carson son of J T Carson has a wild I form of scarlet fever In Louisville MRS P E KEMi and handsome son Phil of Mlddlcsboro arc at Judge Al corns en routo to Nashville where Mr f Kemp has been transferred by the L NMRS CLAYTON WEST and children of Garrard aro spending a few days with her parents Dr and Mrs T B Lewis of Turncrsvlllo prior to moving to Kansas SAM OW8LEY says tie sent seven to the penitentiary In tho Doyle circuit court last week and that thoro are seven moro candidates for tbo Institution to try this weak MRS F E OaiLVlE of Corbln who has been visiting tho Misses Ellis returned homo yesterday Miss Art Wright of Hustonvlllo Is with tho young ladles now MR A G EASTLAND special agon J of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co Now York was around yesterday I tributing gratis blotters and other use ful articles advertising tho company ALICE Lust of Hustonvlllo visiting her son and daughter In lMIlS orders tho I J soul tq her Frank Lusk there and to her Samuel F Lusk Grafton W Va Miss IBA ELLA BAILEY alter a de lightful visit to Miss Edyth Young Grlgga at Ottawa Ill and a short eta with friends in St Louis IB now In Lit tie Rock Ark with a schoolmate who Is making life sweet for her CLARENCE COLEMAN letters to thi- paper are greatly complimented They are both interesting and instructive In speaking of them Mr 0 S Parks of Purksvlllo told us that they alone were worth the price of the paper TilE war department takes its time to pay some of Its debts Although Lt James M Saulloy was mustered out of service March 17th last ho was not paid tho balance duo him till Saturday f when ho resolved a check for 842001 WE had a pleasant call yesterday from that talented and handsome lady Mrs Harriet Wellington Hull and Miss Nannlo Vundovcer whdse guestsho is Since her lastvlslt hero Mrs Hull has taken the marriage vow much to tho regret of a number of gentlemen thought they had a show at her nlTecl t done BORN to the vlfu of J T Embry a daughter J H CARTER of Halls Gap is very 111or a throat trouble Miss JEAN BUSH of Lancaster is visiting Miss Tovis Carpenter MR T II SINGLETON is visiting his j mother Supt Garland Singleton MRS THOMAS METCALP and family arrived from Nlcholasvllle yesterday to make their future homo in Lincoln ELD JOSEPH BALLOU celebrated his filth birthday Sunday by spending it with his eon H M Ballou at Lancau Cor T P HILL bestride a prancing steed headed a party of fox hunters mornIng ED NORRIS tho clover Lancaster fresh meat man has tho business man agere thanks for valuable assistance In getting new subscribers IT was raining pitchforks Friday night but It did not prevent Mr and Mrs G E Alford of McKionoy from bringing a party to tbo show MRS MARY B BRYAN sent an appa DIlugbebhis loiter she is not tbo first to sand the right Answer LOCAL HAPPENINGS SPECIAL sale on lamps this week Warren t Shanks ALL kinds of countrylproduco wanted Ceo H Farrls ft Co LAST CALL dapcs and Jackets at half price Severance d Sons premIumDONT forgot our I neare cash on coal and feed J II Baugbman Co JUST received a cur load of Northern BaughmanCo nlgbtSecuradrug store FOR SALHA nbk Stratton fleetness College Louisville scholar ship Apply at this olllce TELEPHONE and mall ordure for Ore byJe8loDONT forgot that wo sell dry jood- 8boc clothing hats und caps cheaper than anybody Coo II Farrls Co alEon BaugheWEAKEN Duos handle haggles and carriages of tho correct style correct quality and tartest price Call and ex amino them Phone 76 SOME soa at a tasheeps hca oil for Leslie Carter tho other nigh and that gentleman would like to use hie knife on tbo rascal who did it rellabldg with Is prepared to mako the closest estimates and furnish all kinds of wood material Scohlsad KENTUCKY TOHACCO rank Holtz claw shipped to Postmaster Skidmo o at Gullford Mo 100 pounds of Lincoln county lent tobacco Mr Skldmoro an s oxLincoln county man and thinks there Is no tobacco that fills the bill hisbirthSnows sever show horn but what it rains It poured down all the time tb San Francisco Minstrels were hero an consequently they had a small house but they gave a good cnterlnlnmont Some of the features can not bo excel cd The band and orchestra aro al very fine WHILE at Park vllle the other day taor Ith his new homo and departing has not whotover ofhis lose as ho had hoped to have many a good chase with his purchase NINE Uustonvlllo boys have gone in to an agreement that tho first to marry IB to receive from tho other eight a handsome set of snrnlturo to cost n less than 50 Madam Rumor has that two of tho gentlemen who aro very fast friends are running a race for th 0 furniture and tho Impression is there will bo a dead heat BnYANT11ajJC Bryant who was born In this county but who moved to Lexington 18 years ago and wont in Nowposmus tored out of tho 3d Kentucky regiment and engaged In the wholesale liquor Cosiness Ho leaves a wife and ono obild Tho remains wore brought to Lexington and interred 0Turn Stanford Water Light L Ice Company according to a statement rendered by tho Secretary and Trcas acct Gco L Penny received 522707 tho last six months leaving alter pay lag expenses net available assctts of 81470 but It waS thought beet to oass the dividend The expenses of thocom pany will bo greatly reduced this six months by dividing tho duties of the superintendent which office has boon abolished between tho secretary and Mr D F Rout who has charge of tho machinery ALL kinds of sowing done at reasonable prices MM Pattie Hays LOST In towna small crooked handle umbrella Leave at this ofllco fFonMain Street in Danville all modern conveniences terms easy Address Harry Glovannoll WE had them last seaaon wo have prettiestIlnoford John P Jones AT tho mooting of tho Central Ken lucky Medical Society In Danville 146 week officers were elected us follow Dr Brown president Dr Elliott of Bryantsvlllo vice president Dr Bal ley secretary Dr Rico Cowan treasurer The society meets at Stanford In April GOLD BINDA report comes fro the Rolling Fork toctlon of Casey that gold has been found In paying quanti ties on alArm owned by a poor man and 9100wbo takes with a grain of salt THERE IB a now firm In town Thos Dalton and Elder Joseph Severance have formed a partnership and are pre pared to repair anything from tho tiniest watch to the largest steam en glno Both gentlemen are fine me chanics and they make a strong team They can bo found at Mr Datums office in the Carson building THANKFUL Granny Brown and Ml4 Nannlo Browd of Hustonvllle have recently been tbo recipient of so many gifts from kind friends both In the C W D AL Gnu out of It that they wish us to tell ono and all that they aro grateful from tbo bottom of their hearts Dr Brown Mrs I F Stool- and others deserve special mention an all should have their names written in letters of gold and pictures of silver Hltu other day Tom GUI who has lust served a term In the penitentiary for shooting a ton of W A Lewis came to Dink Farmers with a dog which got In a fight with the bloodhounds and canto near bolng kill ed In parting them Gill started to shoot ono of the hounds when Farm oldoar Farmer acd Gill met the following day when Uncle Dink spoko to him about wanting to use his gun on tbo dogs itatat his mouth again ho would shoot him Unarmed as ho was the clever candidate for Jailer could do nothing but well wager ho will make It hot for Gill be taro many moons wax and wane RODIIED A CLOTHES LINE Satur CarpenterIwere returning to tholr homo in Gar rard from Crab Orchard they spied a line full of clothes and other things at Roir W T IS Whites and decided to take them along They got wearing apparel sheets table cloths e to such an amount that they dropped things all along their routo and by thorn Marshal J A Shannon who hAd been notified traced the men to their homes Nearly all the things wore recovered and Sunday evening I Shannon and Mr C C 0 brought the men hero and lodged them In Jail They confess to the theft and say they do not know what possessed them to commit the act ehodw a 0tansoamusement y tilling Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening 514th when those pronounced artists The Western Slur will give a concert They come big ly recommended each member being at tbo top In his or her lino Miss Belle Brockaway the charming soprano Miss Cornelia Abby the talented llncolllsl MissAllco Gencviovo Smlt the sweetest of harpists A S Humph toy a goatee in intrcprotlvo readings and Impersonations and J Franklin Cavory the wonderful crayon artist entertainerItall moans and to do to secure a ticket at once TWENTYSEVEN years ago today tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL then edited by F J Campbell told of tho election of W H Miller as assistant clerk of th o Senate of a cowardly fiend shooting rtac Maj Wat Dryo and striking him murdert of by Dill Wilspn and Clay Dryo of a snow that was then molting of t partnership just formed of Al 1cndlo ton and Harrison Hooker of the scare Ity of eggs at 2Qc a dozen of Jack Chin buying 23 mules at 8110 of butch cattle sales at 415 and of u Bible so cloty meeting presided over Re A D Rash with Rev S S McRoberls secretary Judge Saufioy was county Judge R C Warren county attorneyt Walter Sounders was sheriff W H Miller circuit and John Blain county clerk Joseph Severance and Col T W Millers dry goods store advertise moot and George D Wearcns grocery and hardware are tbo largest of tbo many printed HANDSOME line of quecnSwaro and glassware just received at Geo H Far rte 4 Gos DONT fail to see our Mcclclln laces or fine dress trimming tics and hand kerchiefs entirely now J P Jones I THE L N will soil roundtrip tickets to Frankfort today and Saturday limited to Fob at ono fare on account of tbo contest JUDGE SAUFLEY the court of Boyle up for contempt yesterday for falling to put In the furnaces in the dlemlesedton a to be fore the next term of court THIEVES broke Richard Bibbs barn last night and and stole a lot of tobacco Mr Bibb telephoned Mr M S Baughman this morning to como gomas ono not IT is generally conceded that a bloodhound will not trail well by himself and as Mr M S Baughman has gone to the expense of buying ono suppose a pony purse bo gotten up to ret another It will not cost over jJ or eGO Who will 10 tho first to donate Tort WELCH an East End Negro was arrested by Deputy Sheriff W L Wood Saturday afternoon and turned over w Jailer DeBord Ho Is charged with holding up and robbing a woman named Dlsbon Welch failed to give a 950 bond and will lay in jail till circuit court HAVING bought the stock of grocer les hardware stoves tinware glass ware queen ware seeds c of J K VanArsdalc Si Son we Will soon re plenish it In all lines making the stock complete in every particular We ask promislogdbought Hill Beck A W C T Union wasa organized at Hustonvlllo yesterday afternoon by Mies Rcna Moslcr with tho following members Mcsdainos Abblo Carpen ter Jesse Rlffe Josiah Bishop Molllc Williams Adolla Woods and Mary J Huffman Misses Victoria Bishop Ma ry Jenkins Lucy Tucker Mary Car nonfat and Mamie Frye Mrs Woods was elected president Mrs Carpenter secretary and Miss Bishop treasurer CONTRIIJUTIONS to a fund to pay the expenses of the trials of HubbleAlvcr son and Embry 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 if even a little that these young men may not suffer for simply doing their duty Previously reported 86000 B W Givens 500 Gco T Wood 100 John H Miller 100 J T Embry 500 A C Dunn 1 00 TCRaakin 260 MBEubanks 250 J C Eubanks 250 JAHammonds 100 B D Holtzclaw 100 David Rose Lancaster 60 PLEASANT POINT rKit Brown sold his farm to Oliver Johnson for 350 Rev W R Davlderfn of McKinney will preach at tho Baptist church the Ut Sunday In February and will lot the church know whether ho will ac cept the call for tnocomlng year Prof George Thompson IB Instruct Ing a class In vocal merle at the now receiveddGreen River notifying him of the death of his little four year old dough tcr Singlehson of Texas is visiting friends In this vicinity James Llncsbcrry and mother bavo moved to South Fork to there Williamhtlnsvlllo Ind are visiting his mother and looking after the sale of his farm to Cicero Murphy T S Benson and visitingeA boy aged 17 and a girl aged 13 eloped from Pike county to Virginia aud wore married John J Yolecr aged 65 an estimable citizen of Doyle Is dead A wife eur vivre him John Moore of Bell county drank lightning hot drops for whisky and died At Nlcholasvllle AlccHIto a young Dorahoted suicide toaHugherwere at Bowling Green last week DOG LOST I Small blue and block spotted short tall hound With yellow nbovo oyoa Ito word ulll bo paid If delivered nt this oRlco llelltbla prnoni or a mrclnnlc or InvcnUra mind goodsalarye 1AXJUMX lUXOllU llnltlmore Md Jt SS I I SII SSI SSS OVERCOATS BOYS SUITS Mens SuisEAT WHOLESALEPrices to make room for Spring Slock COME AND SEE Cummins MeClary In StoreRoom Vacated by Severance Sons Call Phone No 10 HigginsMcKinney e STANFORD KY For Farm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Machines A Specialty OUR THREE LEADERS IN Gents Fine Footwear NO I 600calfsole whole calf lined Dayton too NO2 BOHahdon too NO3 S46ObackThu above Shoes are manufactured by Holmes Bcttroan Company If Son are not already wearing them wryapairAnd wo guarantee you satisfaction JOHN P JONES Stanfor t tl BEFORE YOU GIVE UP ri1 Your money J I For your materials for early sewing go to Severance b Sons New Store Opp CourtHouse I And see the Cottons Long Cloth Nainsooks Dimities Swisses Ging hams Percales Embroideries Laces etc fiSee our Zephyr Ginghams at 7c lOo and 15c See the yard wide Percales at lOc and 12c IiBig Line Table Linens Open This Week CSyZeigler liras and Godman Shoes Now Rubbers for men worn childrenSEVERANCE IfJ SONS 1i1ffl rfi t Amercan Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Su eTo Like It Y Geo H FeuTiCo p s e THEINTERIORJOIM JEntereil n the otlojjlce at Stanford d teconddan matter PabUahclrU adtayo and Sxidp- As 1 PER YEAR CASH r Wbennotsopai4w200wlllbechargedKENTUCKY 5 Arrrlres at Stanford at lM X 4 Leaves Stanford at 210 No21 Arrives at Rowland at 1200 DAT No22 Leaves Stanford at 2 r KNOXVILLE DIVISION o It Train gotng North rI25S a am m 24 a M Sooth1J3Spu m m For allirolnta- BOnOII TICKETS SOLD 1IAQOAUE CHECKED THKOUOI For any Information enquire of JOE S BICE Agent Stanford K FRANKFORT AD CINCINNATI Frankfort ai650 AM 540 rITrains coneectlnaat ieorgetown with the II aDJ1 r AC Ileturnlnz leave Paris at 130 w x and S P with l raokrort titer connecting Ctralmat12UAl7fOr Aand915 rrat IS rtrala leavesThe latter JiiAKWTOSU IA QUEEN CRESCENT 9 TtiinsEoloz South rail Junction City J o t deer not atop No3 1150 PM Nab 1122 AM No 9 801 rGoing South No2 doesnt stop lxo4 343 M No 6 123 P No I- tTaOurPatrons We art now open with our full SPRING STOCK Sifch as Dry Ooodi Notions ClothlUjS Hoot aDd Shoes Ihl ladles and asnla fur nUhlngs We harealaoaddedta our line a full fluent Carpets Mattings Rugs Window Shades etc We are still In the lead and always will bi with low prices ou everything men Uoned above COOLIE AND SSS US And you will find we mean what wa say We think you lor put ron and solicit your future patronage RACKET STORe The Cheapest Store In the Country DR Re COLD STeIN THE Celebrated Eye Specialist OF Louisville Kentucky Will be at the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day Jan 29th Itcturniny one day in tach month Syes Esanlned and Glasses Scientifically Adjuster The ou1hern utu Investment Company Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED aWe U1 Whilo Ye11 Lira Old Line Companies Pay When You Die Orel 1150000 paid In Ihlnjtll4nellu 00000 ICtMrre and Surplus IUUSES WKAUEK Local Agent SM1TU ROMAN Secy Stanford Ky Leilnglon Ky LOQIOVILLE TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening front Un Jon Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring inhumation and ute to Minnesota Mcbraska and points in the far Vest including Oal from address Frank J Reed Gen PASS Agt E II Bacon Dia Pass Agt W II McDoel VlcoPres Gen Mnr Charles II Rockwell Traffic Mngr UP AGAINST THE HEAL THINO NOW ARE THE SOLDIER DOS FROM LINCOLN MANILA P I Nov 30TodIlY III Thanksjziylnjr day on tho Luzon Island and tho stars and stripes nro raised to hightpastttn ovcry camp and a onernl holiday for all the soldiers I loto a letter to tho I J from Honolulu do scribing our voyage from Frisco to Honolulu We arrived hero the 7th of this month at 11 r M and wentlL9horo the 8th Wo have had a nice timeI playing soldiers but now wo are up against tho real thing Wo wenushore and stayed In Manila that night and all the boys that enlisted at HustonvlUe were assigned to Co L In tho 31st reJl meat Wo were lined up with our blanket roll canteen haversack gun and belt with 100 rounds of nmmunt lion and was marched out to Goodloup Ridge 10 miles from Manila and thero wont Into camp Tho reader can 1m iglna how tired and worn we vero when we arrived at camp after beln penned up 35 days on a dirty old tea ns portGoodloup Ridge is the South line of Paslg River and tho 37th is guarding this line It being one of tho main cn trances to tho city of Manila Thoro ins been some very hard fighting along ibis line but nono at present Tho Ightlng now Is along tho North lIno Cho 30th 20th 31st 28th and 2ith aro tationcd on that line They have had ovcral fights since wo arrived Tho gin has not amounted to very much yet In ono of the fights at Fanlao on tho 24th the Americans lost Mal La- gan Lt Davis and several privates Americans succeeded In routlqg tbe nemy and they were in well formed renchcs killing and capturing alarKo umber and all their war supplli among those captured were Agulni dos little boy threeyearaold his mother tho secretary of war and all tbo valuable records which will aid tho AmerIcans The boy woman and scc ctary are now in the American camp Tho rainy season la just over here and I never saw a day in tho harvest field In Kentucky that was us hot as it- Is now Tho first week wo were hero it rained every day and would not forget to ran at night also and the mud was above our leggins I cant see what America wants with this Godforsaken country Tho low lands at all sea80nll o the year are covered in water and thing can be raised on them but rice and whafthoy want with that is a mya tcry to all the soldiers There Is an Old Manila and Now Manila Old Manila is enclosed by a larJe waU about 20 feet high and about 30- feet through having nice gate WUS dug In There is not a house of modern style The town seems that It haa- beeu there for thousands and tnousam o years There are some houses In- New Manila that are built In modern stvleThe 20th regulars havo been doing garrison duty in Manila A soldier rom Co I named Austin who was on iuard klllcda man We have been ylng to find out whether It was Austin from Huetonville but we have not sue ceCded In finding out yet It may not- bo ho All the boys seem well that cnllstc at UustonvllloW B Woodson V1 organ W E Tuttlo W M Tombe Thowas Conner David Kennedy R M o 8 and Sam Lyons all send their belSt rhea to the INTERIOR JOURNAL and- aU who may chance to see this for tboy- dont think that they will return until thelr time Is out Wo think It is mor- ano olllclal war than a private The ipcaranco of everything U against Ul- tho climate the water the eating and clothlog and tho young men who do- clded to stay at home were the wlso ung men W F MARTIN- P SR M Ross was made bugle after wo arrived on tho Island nEWAttD 1100 The readers ol this paper will be pleased to learn hat there U at least one dreaded die t s ctoce has been able to Lure In all Its suges ac tl1t Is Catarrh lulls Catarrh Ciireis the on loollihe eur known to the toedlrai fraternity la awnatllutloualdtsearrnqulresacaru- tlonalIreaunent Halls Catarrh Cure Is la eu Internally acting illrcriljr li ntnrd I1ut oouiiurlxcesoftutsTsteiu thereby deitrojli Ibe foundation of the dttcaie unit giving the tlent strength by bulldlngSip tbe constitution and Udng uatuio In doing Its work Tbe proprlt lu t hue to much faith In lee curative powers thaI- Ihey oiler Ooe Iluudred tJolIr for say that It ills to cure Send for lIt of testimonials lAddress T J CHUNKY A CO Toledo O old by Druggists UaU Famlly are the belt IUt Chino saved his life by dccllnlni to tako a drink Ho excused blmuel und turned back when Scott and 001- den started to tho barroom and cocooned Colson on tho way Scott Is dead Golden may die but Jack Chinas SOD Is living example ot tho blessings of uperance Hopklnsvillo Kentuck Ian ROBBED THE GRAVE A usitllng Incident or which Mr John Oliver uf Jblladdlbl was ubJect Is narrated ashim tulloes I was In a most dreadful rondl tloo My skin was almost yellow eyes snnken ue coated palu continually In back ad sides ppetitegraduallr growing weaker day by day given lue up Fortunately a friend adtlwd trying Elaine Ultten and to great joy and surprise tbaDrst bottle made t deu Improvement I ountlQuod their use lur- Ibree weeks and am now a well mane kDow the saved uiy lire and robjcd tbe grave of another TItII Nu one bonld fall to try them Onl ocu guaranteed at iennys drug store Mrs Mary Kremlin of Napoleon 0 wife of II few months Is suing er- busband for divorce because ho de- dtrayed her false teeth by throwing tho- Ij3me Into the fire and secreted her- switch of falsa hair under a pig stylo to- keep her from attending parties and- othor social functions of tho neighborhood HUBBLE stiles Florence Spootamoro is arrange Ing to visit her grandmother In Lox Ington John Underwood sold his baymare Powell hamper for S90 Ed eoton sold Homo heavy hogs to Clayton Arnold at 4c Wm Curry sold sowo lighter ones to eomu party at 305 Arthur Eubanks while loading n hog on his wagon last Fridaywas cuujht by it as It rolled back and It broke hl8 leg between his knee and ankle Dr Cook dressed tho wound and he Is do log well E T Minor Is putting in a system of water works at tho Englcman pond 1 y pumping the water with an elcctr engine Into a tank on his largo barn thence running It in pipes to his gai den and dwelling and other building F P Bishop Is somewhat a surgcoi Ho found one ot his sheep with Its le broken and shivered so badly that an putatlon was necessary Sosharpcnln up his meat saw tbo work was tloon done and the sheep Is now well goln on three legs THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you you used Dr KIn- KNw Life Thousands of sufferers have pro ed thell matchless merit lor Sick and Xervot Itadache They make Mood and ttroag nrTesandbulld up your health Eay to IIke Try them Only d1 rents Money luck If nol rural sold tll nn the druiil- I Low RATES TO TILE NORTHWEST Tickets will bo told by tho Mono route from Louisville to points In Art tons British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Michigan Mlnnc tout Montana Nebraska New Mexico North and South Dakota Utah Wash ngton Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at ono faro for the round trip plus 82 on Jan lath Fob 6th and 20th Mar Oth and 20th and April 3rd and 17tb Half rate for children between Ire and 12 Inclusive Tickets good 21 lays returning Full particulars of your local ticket agent or cheerfully urnlshed with maps and schedules by 3H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky HAVING A GREAT RUN ON CHAM IJEHLAINS COUGH REMEDY Manager Martin of the Pienon Drug- Store informs us that he is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Item edy He sells five bottles of that tnedl cino to one of any other kind and it give rent satisfaction In these days of 1ft ilppo there Is nothing like Chamber tins Cough Remedy to stop tho cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and glvu relief within a very short time Tb lies are growing and all who try it nr leased with its prompt action Sontl Chicago Deity Calumet For solo bj raig Hockcr Druggists I There will bo u total eclipse of the sun May 28 The line of totality will be only about 100 miles wide It will extend up from Mexico Into Southern roulslaoa over Mississippi Alabama Northern Georgia North Carolina and Virginia passing ouat Norfolk to tbo eenn crossing to Spain and finally Inching down Into Algeria A THOUSAND TOIIGUES Could not express the of Annie U Sprln ger ofllJA Howard St IbtUileJpbla 1a when Ihe toned that Dr Rimes Sew UiMovery for Con imptlon had couipleirfy sued her of a ltu king that fur many years hail wade life a burden AU other remedies nd doctors euuld give her IpbutsheuyaofthisRoyal CureItanon re ov the my I ran now sleep lundly something can sanely remember delng tore I feel like sounding Its pnlnes throughout the Universe will everyone who irk Dr New Discovery fur auy trouble ol the- IrodChestorLung lrlee we and ft TrW botllps free at Pennys drug store Emery bottle sraulcvd The biggest deal In the history of- tho circus business in tho United States has been consummated within tho paitt- VO weeks It is International In Its- scope James A Bailey W W Cole and Peter and Lewis Sells have consol Idated FAKM AT AUCTION I will sell on next County Court flair Feb 12th to the hlJht IMr at the wurlboll eQS Acres of Land lorr stiJotnlrg H llaughman and J 8 llocker running to pikes U VAXPKVEKH 8lanfurd Ky For Sale or Rent Wilt sell or rent the house and flee mere of land on Danville street known u pants property also the house and U acres of land between and Itowland arm meadow 8 acne for tobacco an J J acres for corn or oats IIAUVKV IlliLM Good StoreRoom For Rent The splendid Storeroom lu the tt AuI Hotel next to Ono II Feats 4 Coli torrent at ateaeonatdeagure One ni the beet loratlnoslu the town Gallon 1IAUIUN 11AIHIIIMAN GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell privately Mams of the farm I lira an Including the hones ufOre rooms kitchen an cellar and with cistern and spring at the door Tb dare U located on the Uanvlll nd llustonvllle pike inure front Pauvlll and from Huitonvllle Forty acres of the farm lain wheat in Size condition and there are arm of corn land II purchaser wants more land I will nell him the entire of 123 acres Terms to suit the Tor further rail on oradJro r tSANDIItt1MetteetlleKy R A JONES DENTISTStanford K JcMccLMYItThTDEIw Manufacturer and Dcalenr In HAB1TESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- ASoutI1erU RaiIWau For the snt Winter Season TilE SOIIIIMX th most su RAILWAY with connection prevents throiuh carseme and lnnspor- tallooarnbgemebtagenerally ever uBered to tbs travel ao Southern and IKIIBIK DAUT THAtxs Irons Cincinnati Louisville lu connection with the yueen A Cnt cent Ituute via ChatUaoopt Jesup and The ant System Tusoroll SLKBnxoCAR from Cincinnati to Jacksonville with convenient connections from Louisville via Knoxvllle Asbtj and Savan lh loun nah This Is the rktnle talrsof Western North Carolina = The Land of the sky SlrepIng cars rum 81 Louts Jarksonvlnelnronneetlon with the 1 K St Jg nanrol AIr Une Jckaoweilreram 1ausu City to Siee Iug var via the K C K S A M ltallroa via In connection with Tug SOOTakaw RAILWAY Itlrulogbam Atlanta and Tb Plant Syrteur The tad Kansas City Jaekwntill Limited thirty to Jacksonvill- eAtiAgnlaofeonbelingllnessellthrough Will let tdrunlon to the llasoris or Florida and the Suth Mips aehedules Ilnokleisnd Inftjravatlon null ed free la any sJJm lor J IIEUI JIt11 W P A an rnlntfA ill C A fIJIUJ TraY 01IA AgentKy W A TURK 0 P A Washington D 0 W II TAYLOR A 0 T A Lnul rll1t PARKERS HAIR ClHWf and Utounes the IrouxUI s luiultnt irawOu Nan Tails to Iieitor Oral Rate to its Youthful Co r Cuni h e r lUO- gL ndltwa lny Omv Ol CNIor or CiNcmmri 10 rroOM 4 En Roan new Orleans Houston Galveston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over tho Oueen ami grescem I wa manGpAFrom Cincinnati and the North 8g Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Pullmanst2t Hour Schedules Oniy One Change Cars to slJurg Houston Dallasl San Antonio etc THI StIT lIHt Four Fast Trains TO halt Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA tain Sndayt 4 trains every weekday 3 trains on rullman and Wanner Sleei er oil night libul 1arlor Cars on day train = dI 10tra1naI on S tdaYT 0 IND IINIPOlIS 4trlnenryltksayT 0 IJ HJOAOO Ystlbalel tralne Standanl and Compartment Steeping cuts parlor Can and Card Dlulug Cars LWter L Mammoth Bronze Turkey I have for solo Mammoth Ilroll10Tllrkos raised from n Tom that weighed Jaye Ibt when 10 month old Young Torn eal lets 83 each 78 this J E LVIUIStanrort JOHN C PEPPLES Ian candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oouloty subject to tlio notion of the democratic Inn ty support In solicited DINK FARMER JII a cnndldnto for Jailer subject to the ac tton of tlio democratic party Ho 01lcUI your support BEI ZLEY + HOTE W A BEAZLEY Pror DRAB OROHABD KENTU01 plcndld Accommodations floes to DoiKit and Sulphur Wetl 42 lute Ucuonable Fine Wator 3 T BUTTON Unciertalcer uatonvillo Kentucky O8ershli rTlc 4to the people orWell IJllooitI led Cues rouatles Full Ootfusand CAlk band D aCarpenter Managsr I OPTIONS ON FARMS- tYAtNTED 1 would like to take options on Rood tai fn Lincoln County For terms nud luUeu arddreu WM LANDOHA- 1tJ Krlger Kj POSTED I Tho Arsons lioso namr appear below trlctly any hunting of game ot allY at any time of the year on their Inll and will to tho full extent of Iho aw any who violate Ur HuRh held J II McAllst r John l6 Koator E P Wouds 8 T Harris Foretus Reid M 8 lUughman S UO W II hanke J W lUuchman 8 J Krobry J 8 Owsloy Sr J It McKlnncy M Wnra J F Karris V S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teoth Extracted Without FILm With VlUllu Alr Injslclan In atten once Office In the Now Thompson llallalng 11 =RITH HOTEL F rfiAlIOISCO rrejrliler AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY fleet Hotel n the luounUIni ru wniUrrt tuYten meet all trains tfperlal attention to trn iDf men Just Like a Mill eatYou takes and Corn to Morrla cdVKxchaneo In Wm DauBbcrty ahaI In Stanford and get In exchange flour ani- McI You can also buy Flour Meal Shi- p1lna Ilrun Cbloken Feed Ac cheaper I my place tbun anT where In town A trl tl I ul I believe exchange x111 be- II ood thing for farmers anc111edjto llbr transactions and full weight Itooth como trout Dudderari Dlx Kltur ltQUur Mills and are firstclaM MOUKIS FRED rclopbone No OS HE FIFTH AVE HOTEL LoulBvlllc KyM Tbo most centrally located and only rRSTczAS Hotel lit the city making a 2 RATE000 block tfom tho principal elioppin district and two blocks from the Ibrt principal theatres itrcct cars pUll the door lo all puts tho City Everything neat and clean FIRE LIFE J A CCIDENT INSURANCE OnlY the best companies reprcficntml Inquiries solicited 12 It D MAIIONY Agt Stanford it Ca RUPLEYI- D Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky IN Receiving lila Fall and Winter Goods Good Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Our fee returned If we fall one seudln dercrl of Invention will toucendugtheTalent ant request through us advertised for sale nt our latent taken out through us receUe special notice without In TUB IATRNT JluconD all Illustrated and widely circulated Journal Manufacturers and Investors Scudfor6amplecopyFREE Addtess VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorney E SIU Bulldlnz WACHINCTON c Saddle Stallion For Snlc I bill sell reasonably the splendid Saddle Slal lion liii IIlIeJr lie haa hluueifs breeder sal an excellent Individual AiMrest J IIAILAItl Irearbersvtlle Kjr WHITE HOTEL I w it cumiKii ruoR CORBIN KENTUCKY ClOt to Passenger Depot lintclan throughout Hates 12 par day PLEASE READt 11tgularJanuary semiannual settling time has como and gone ondIsome of my patrons Lure not settled with tao If ou are one or them you nro ear neatly requested to upttlo thanking one 1I01I1I1tlDfcontlnuaco a FOXc LOGAN LIVERY FEEb AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hornet and Mules constantly on hand and jor sale at all times A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offltvw Uclioberta tout Store In tb Uwaler liull- dlagMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Prom Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplouded table Everything firstclam Porter moot all trains 89 JOHN U CArrticMA Airmen 0 ruinoit I1KtCKtlIllJO UAeTutuAre ROYAL INSURANCECOMPANY O Livcrpool Largest Fire Insurance Company In the World Barbee Castleman Managers Southern 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