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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 V SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 1900 9 A discN080 1 NEWS NOTES Tbo Uou08 ot Kefortn have MM in matte Pig le the name of a post ofils In Kdmomlion county Lead and ztno havo been discovered Iti Crlltcndcn county James Howard case hoe been set for a hearlnu on thu lath Walton suffered a 115000 fire which started In Gormans drug store- Oovlooscvotlltpolng to Colorado tbli winter to hunt mountain lion Charles Jackson of Warren county had u hand torn oil in u corn shredder A score of persons word k1Ih dand Injured by n collUlon of trains In Mexico There aro 20 cafes of smallpox In the Newcomb Fork region of Klllott count ty Two deaths are reported George McDowell a freight nrntco man wee klllcfl In a wreck on the Shel byvillo branch near Taylorsvllle Hon Wm WIrt Hoary Grandson of Patrick hoary anda dlttlofruUboa member thu Virginia bar U dead A barn containing 14 aeroo tobacco and belonging to O M Jones of Moot Koracry burned causing a 1000 lose W N Gullok ibot and killed his brother la law William Poor at Fttl mouth Thi trouble carao op over a job MUi Jeanolto Tatrniead of India napolU died from the oilenita of n kill lag bugs bow It bit her 18 tnontb e ago Whole drunk Tbomai Lawton cut Henry ThomtwoH colorof to death ut Part Phew wai no provocation It U said The steamboats Uormnia and Vlr clnin ooUlded In the Ohio dear Al- ibI land aid lath veeeali were badly dan god John linker colored wbo died at Palmmtb the other daywas the hob or of SI ohlldren moat all of whoa are llrlnir The Southern Industrial Coaveotloe THPctllJ1AmoDGordon A total flt 2180 leparxese eorreoder od to Gen Young la North TXHOR Sue da taking the oath of allrglane to 3the United Stud Over AOOOOO bahoh of coal wore w dumped Into the Ohio river near Louis r Vlllo by the tow boat Tom nod worth running Into tho Volunteer Morgan Ilarlow wn escaped from tho iwoltenllary nine year ago was arrested near Carlisle the other day Do was toot up for hor o stealing Secretary Gage estimates tho ex ponies of the government for tfafc com lug year at 1020741 02 Tho appro priation for tho prevent year are lot0 053302 Two brutes at East Dallas Texas act flro to the clothes ot Constable Pet ter BIn while ho slept and as bo burn ed to death they eat by and enjoyed a friendly smoke w Thn Duko of Manchester who re cently married Mlas Hlmmerman c f Cincinnati it precluded from sitting In the House of Lords having been de clared a bankrupt J Gibson the Catlcttuburtr child murderer was captured at Iron Hill Carter county Ho was taken to Maysvllle for safekeeping the utmost secrecy bnlnp observed by tho Boyd county ofllccrs Robert L Bailee aged Iii years shot and fatally wounded his wife Mary Webster Sail co and then ended blown e lifo with the same pistol at Lox ington Tuesday because sho wouldnt give him money Thn Philippine commission has li coated the solo of liquor In Manila The saloon llconio is about 8100 a year Sunday closing Is required save In ho tols Saloons however are to bo ban ished from tho Kacolta and downtown Plnprco has pardoned Gen W L White and Gen A P Marsh former olllclals In tho Michigan National Guard convicted of complicity In twill tary clothing frauds They will how over pay lines of 0000 each on tho Btallmontplan nltho rato of 31000 year each The court of appeals decides that If you want to beat the insurance compa ales by suiciding you can do to and your legatee can forco the payment ol 4the money It U not likely however r that there will bo any rush to mak- money In that way Mon In their right r wanli The olllolah of the mine workers In Hopkins county are receiving provls ions In car load lots to feed tho Itrlklli miners and are nsertlng with conll dcnco that they will win thu strike U H McIntosh a union minor was fin 95 at Madlsonvlllo for assaulting an era ployo at Curbondalo mines Judgo Hall of Webster county has Issued un anti Intimidation nrouluraqtlon but tho mayor of Providence la openly express Ing sympathy with tho strike Mana per Booth of the Carbondale mines denies that any of his men have gout 4Ollt on etrlke t J A drain Boston cuiuodaloisof tIOO 000 PfiyGtte county1 rharlir paid 8S7 00322 for hU quietus Sunday theatrical performances have been stopped in Atlanta Tod Sloan was Informed that he need not apply for a license for out season Sixty saloon kceperd were Oiled 810 each at Paducah for selling liquor on SundayThirty peoplo were killed by tho ex plosion of a powder magazine near Mexico City Wm Savior has boon appointed post matter at Layman Hnrlan county vita U S Howard removed It looks like a waiting game un tho pore of Mr Yurkes for oraetblnp equally us good Times John M Horntraeeer the Louisville tailor who took oho bankrupt law owes 31000 aud has no assets Twentysis Chinamen wore beheaded la China for no reason other than they wore in the employ gf an AmorUan A dog chasing a rabbit through the yard of Alexander Gamble nt Buton Hldge Ga lightened bis 3 yeer old daughter to death W S Taylor at PIe e of Indiana U among the appllaanu for the Job of ioMrtml revenue eomratasloner also applied for John W Yiirkes The oointoitto In charge of the In eucuratlon bus nrrantied for toe deer ration of 07 Qoebel grave on tho day that the aeromonlw taku place An explosion of chemicals the uio of whjb tract for sjivcueulnr otTeat In the imUntory rttss In tho Improved Order of Red Mea killed one man and wounded Number at Bererly Mass Many of those iijMmtod In the itr TesUrntlon of the sborioge of George R Grlffltbt deceased clerk of the board of eduviltoa of C1tatioatt now rvouely adrali that the aggregate n ay rwieh 1900000 A WMhlegtou lelcfrwu Bays that W G Simpson of Albaoy U being ooosidered for the txMtiloo of receiver for the old Nditoonl Banir ttf Somerset He U Indorswi by the OdogrMiloofcl drleimtliio and hM bees proinlted the job The Deputy Game Warden of Vis oopilo U In Chicago to Investigate the report that great quantities of door and other came from the Badger State are being blppd to Chlgugo In cof fins The sbl wing of game from Wis consin during certain season Is pro hibited Mrs Florida H Parrlsh of Rich mood was eworn In as practicing at torney in the court of appeals at Frank fort Wednesday She u the second woman to be admitted to practice In that tribunal hides Sophonlsba Breck Inrldgc of Lexington having been ad muted two years ago Mln Helen Gould of Naw York has purchased ovor 3000 worth of clothing read lollel article which sbo has ordered ihspatchod W ton Philippine Is lands The goods will bo presented with her compliments and Christmas greeting to the New Yorker of the troops In the PhlllllliloollI Active steps uro being taken to have Congress pass u law to prohibit the use of the American Hag for advertising and other unworthy purposes und a defy has been formed to push the mat tor No other country permits such desecration of Its flag and It Is a pa trlotio duty to protect our from deg redntlon Ror Carter Helm Jones of Louie yule in tin address before tho Baptist Social Union at Indianapolis said I am glad to bo In your beautiful city I um one of the IContucklans that had to como to Indianapolis I bad to come because I wanted to and did not como saying Other haven have I none This thrust at Taylor and Plnlcy caus ed nearly every one In the largo audi once to smile It was nn elite audience with several notables present CEDAR CREEK J F Hampton an old Confederate soldier belonging to Leos army la ly banksnJ P Chandler auctioneer reports R E Gaines stile as follows Steers 21 heifers 12 to 920 two small calves at 075 milk cows sold from 823 to sn horses 820 to 31 60 young mules 51 Crowd large Bidding good House hold goods sold well The bachelors of Cedar Creek neigh borhood aro preparing to give a big dance during the Christmas holidays Nobody but old maids and widows will bo Invited James T Pfeaaanta will onlygthe Hog Foot Under tho Bed a5TOR10 A SLAVE Tatxilionnil linml nlloot lor lara b In chains of illrvnrx U the wont form orlavery leu U WUUmiofMenck tr JIIcGfella how ouch I darn WM uncle tree 1U Mjr wife oar bee- nsohelplesfuramyeanthat she could not turn over In two liottloa ol lleclrlo Ulltrn she was wonilrfullv linpruretl in J akin to do her own work Tblt iuirciuo rcni uly for fcmtleillteojei 1Ulcklrcures iicrroiiinr sinplewnea backache ralnllugatid Glary 11111 Tlili miracle working medicine u a Uixlwnj n weak nru down 110010 Every bottle gtnraolad Only Oc old at t cnn a Drug store CRAB ORCHARD Mr Gnlun Rogers new cottage on Depot street will be quite u nice addi tion to that part of town Mesdames Jane Buchanan and J W Tamos have returned from a very pleasant vUltto Mr and Mrs G A Addams at Lebanon David Stephenson has erected his photograph gallery ou Male Street near the Telephone Exchange andwill be plo sod to watt upon all who desire work In his line Prof Rlgge who has been giving In structions to the members of tho brass baud hero for some time left Tuesday for Southern Kentucky whore be has a class awaiting him Paynewasdog He wee takon Immediately to a mad stone belonging to tbo Duddorar fatally but to the great gratification of the family the mad stone did not stick to the bla Tho young men of uur town pave quite a treat to our oltfens Saturday night They prepared a tame supper and stirred a delightful burgoo free all o who would come and purtnlro Quail on toast was especial dish for tbo laillM Ward Moore wits master of Ceremonies and everyone present was abundantly served and seened to enjoy the occasion Mr J C King and family are spend lug a few dRIll with friends previous to their departure to Oklahoma their newly cbOMfl horse Lixsis Cline little daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Cllue Stanford street is quite of malarial fever These parents late a dear suit n few weeks sins with the mdUa e They have the eympa aOlletloa tbles of the ooratunBtty IB tbelr sore Mr Aioe Newlund hue returned from her trip to Indiana Misses Mag Vie Llvtor4rolald Claude Collier tpent Thnnkf tving wltli Ml Pearl Collier at Oeorjrctown College Mrs Sara h Brooks aod daughter MM Molllr will leave this week for Atlanta Go where they will spend this winter with John Brooks and family Mrs J J Brooks will leave In a few days for St Louis and Pasadena Cal MrJ B Willis i und family of Richmond have arrived and talon charge of Crab Orchard Springs The health of Dr Stapp Is somewhat improved Mrs Joe McClure will leave for Texas In a few days CHURCH MATTERS Rev W S Grlnstcad preached at the Methodist church last night Lion Hope Baptist church In Chris tlan county was destroyed by fire The Northern Methodists have rate ed 13000000 of their 20000000 20th century fund i Rev J M Brace has accepted a unanimous call to preach the fourth Sunday at Mt Morlab1n Mcrcercoun ty Advocate The Southern Presbyterians hat received for foreign missions from April to October llWO mj59t52 Their total last year was over 8101000 The Mormons have established 8 church at Ed Casey county They also have a church at Sulphur Well Mctcalfo county Iud White Woods Greene county Presiding Elder J R Dccrlng of this district will cohduct tbo quarterly meeting at the Methodist church hero Dee 1C and 10 Services Saturday morning at 1030 The women of tho W 0 T U a Richmond Va aro urging the use o unfermented grape juice Instead of wine for sacramental purposes In tho churches of that city Rev J C McFcetcre of Philadel phia and 10000 reformed Presbyte nuns refused to ever cast a ballot for any candidate Ho says We find wo can not vote or hold olllce In this coun try because we must swear to support tho constitution which altogether Ig nor the existence of God and tbo nUt thority of Jesus THIS AND THAT W H Rcnlck of Bourbon sold toC Alexander Jr 75 115 pound feeder at 410 Flvo of William Jennings Bryan a namesakes died In Indiana during No vomber Three men were killed and two In jured us tho result of a fall of rock In a wino at Aurora Mo James Martin who loft his hdme at Woodbine after a quarrel with his wife In 1885 has returned home and found his wlfo a prosperous lumber merchant Sbo has forgiven him MU Haggard purchased the woo crop of J B and Warren Graves and J W Gabon 0000 pounds ut 23Jc James Mulholland sold to L Joseph 44 poundee ue to of 170 uoundd weight ut4 40 George town Times p eA FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Ill ofleu fau e t horrible Hum Scald Cut or Itrulae IIIICklII Arolcalah bud In the world will kill the pain and promptly heal It Cures Old Sores refer Korea Fel ens torn all Skin rupllolll lIt file cure or earth fishy tic a lax Cure guaranteed Sold ut 1enujra drug Moro a t t = HUSTONVILLE Gen John B Cnstloman of Louisville was In town this week looking for fancy horses Much to tho regret of tbo town Walker Pinkerton leaves this week for Texas whore ho will enter business Rev Lawrence a Blblu student of Lexington filled tho pulpit Sunday of Pinkerton He delivered a sermon much to the credit of any fctu dent Miss Victoria Bishop Is visiting rela tires and friends in Somerset Miss Edna Camnlu and Mrs J L Yantls returned Monday from a vleltto friends in SomersetA since Dan Owshjy col ored coming In from hunting slipped a loaded gun under tho bed which ac cidentally discharged tearing away the greater portion of his hand and se rarely wounding his little brother and mutilating the foot of a young baby Hustonvlllo Is fa tbccomlngircnowp ed as a mulemarket C T Bobon sold to Robert Hudson of Atlanta W cot tan mult at 100 also 31 at SU7no W W Lyon s Co told to same party six cotton mules J K Baughmcn sold to Beard k Carltbera five fancy mules at fancy priors W W Lyon t Co sold to Fox of Danvlll eight ootton mules Snow Allen shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a oar load of hogs they bought at 4 to 4e W W Lvon d Co bought of Bob Williams of Dunnvllc 12 cotton mules Same parties bought from C T lichen i6 mules 24 from 2 to 4 years and two yearling alto a cur loud of hogs in Casey and Lincoln at n to 4o Mrs Mary Jones left Monday for Lebanon to enter the hospital as nurse Mrs Alice Lusk will loavo In a few day to visit her daughter Mrs Mo Afee of Baltimore Mrs T L Car penter entertained last night in honor of Mr McKee Ride and bride Mrs J T Uobon has returned from a visit to her ton T K Bob not Decatur Ill Mrs S P Stagg oFShelby Is visiting lira JT Bohon McKee RUTo was married Tuesday In Covlngton to Miss Clara Horton of that place and returned to his parents home Wednesday where they were met by many friends and royally en tertained Tbo htrraotlyn bride who visited here In time past won many friends with her redeeming qualities and the young couple havo the hearty congratulations and best wishes of all MATRIMONIAL Clay Snow aged 20 and Mis Alma Little 18 were married ot John Longs yesterdayJ Martha Coomes who were divorced a year ago wero married the other day at Offeneboro Miss Julia Guerrant daughter of Dr E O Guerrant of Wllmore will bo married on the 12th to Campbell Patterson of Lexington Mr and Mrs Charles E Hoge of Frankfort kayo announced the en gngomsntof their daughter Mildred Merrill to Mr Lysander D Conway of Dunvlllu Va The wedding will take place In January Miss Katherine Grey the has sued Richard Mansfield for 3500 for kissing her rudely In the play MUs Grey should not bo so fastidious Thor are thousands of silly women who would think It an honor to have Mans field kiss them no matter how hard ho smacked pintfy daughter of the late John P Pettu of tho Prcacberivllle section were mar nod at tbo brides homo at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Rev J B Crouch officiating In an appropriate and impressive ceremony The couple drove to Rowland and took tbo train for NI agora Falls and other points East Th bride Is a handsome and accomplished young lady and that she will prove a helpmeet fond and true there 111no doubt Mr Pettus a an excellent gen tleman of good business qualifications and an exemplary man In every way TIm BEST PLASTER A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm read bound to the effected parts is superior to any plas ter When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give ita trio and you are certain to lo more than pleased with the prompt relief which It affords Pain Burn also cures rheums tiara One nppllcaton gives relief For sale by Craig t hooker 1Boylo county due 204550 bush n this year and Mercer 243 OJO Lincoln la not In the lift of coun ties that produced 200000 or more bushels Davis Stokes shot and killed Rev John W Wohl al Williamson W Va Stokes was dangerously wounded A woman was In time case- In a letter Mr Bryan referring to the election says Wo must continuo regardlossIof temporary reverses = 7 We Are Headquarters for The Purest of Drugs Watch Out For Our Opening of CHRISTMAS GOODS Call and see us Craig Hooker Stanford r tlIIJ11I11llJKi Delays are Dan i 4 TimetoIl lJIIOJ JJWe carry immense lines26c up ml jJ Agents for Famous Royal Silk Plush IT PAYS TO TRADE AT hTHE GLOBE Jm 11If f11IJ1 mILLER a HIRSCH Danville J Successors to J L Frohinan t Co PI mg v + err v Ewe arw rr rr t JEri3rq Has the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglas firstclassDry JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky b tH iAttiitlNtl3i AC SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andaas smanship and material as will be attest forjWhomLumber Lath Shingles Etc jj I will duplicate any prices offered S OVERCOATS I 0sy SUITS AND ODD PANTS From the IH t mciiuifnctiirrra See our lino before making your pur chase W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Uy Coe eoooeoo ooeee9e 1 1 If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky d Weuse only the best medicines c 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAV STAMOUD KY Dic 7 1000 E c WALTON THE PRESIDENTS MESSAG toi President McKinleya message Congress la a voluminous documeot consisting of soma 18000 words It is an exhaustive paper so far as giving lengthy and detailed acouot of the operations of his admlnltltratioD but that It Is a great State paper Is proposition that can not seriously be Insisted upon by any ono at all famlll r with such communications Wo maintain that President McIfn ley la not a statesman but simply a pol- Itician adroit and shrewd In using men to advance hla schemes willing w surrender and yield his plans and even his principles when It was demanded by those whose Influence he found it ncc cssary to retain During the whole ot his public career he can not bo said to have originated any distinct and Individual policy In the atTaiN of our government If at any time he has had well defioed views upon a State matter ho has abandoned them at the command of bls political associates when necessary to Bubsorve their interests His message Is entirely in keeping and consistent with this idea of tbe man going Into great detail concet Ing matters which are fully set out 10 the reports from the different depBrt meats he is just as careful to rerraln Irom being expllclt In regard to tbe course which should be pursued by our government upon the great questloi and pressing lasted of the age After Indulging In some lrllttcrlnA and sounding generalities he first dl cusses the Chinese question and proceed to recite at great length the recent troubles In China all of which 18 matter of the fullest notoriety and says The disposition of the emperoi government gives hope ol a comple settlement of all questions Involved The only mention made of acy plan by which reparation Is to be had ror the wrongs done to our country Is that Russia suggests that the matter be relegated to the court of arbitration at the Hague What an inane conclu slon Citizens and subjects of tho Unl ted States have been murdered their homes pillaged our representativi subjected to unprecedented Indlgnttlc nod a suggestion of compromise from Russia Is the only thing which the president of the United States has to offer to Congress upon 40 serious a mater What would President Monro Gen Jackson President Lincoln have done at such a juncture as this After elaborating other dealings vltb foreign nations be discusses the Nlci ragua canal There la not a single or terprlse of National Interest that la so Important to us commercially otherwise as the construction of this cuna and Us control when constructed and after detailing some action of the Nil araguan government concerning the mattes he contents himself by saylni I commend to the early attention or the Senate the convention with Great Britain to facilitate theconstructlon of such a canal etc Compare this with the manner In which President Clove land dealt with England over the Venezuelan question He then refers our relations with England as beln very friendly all of which Is true but makes no mention of the quiet rellnq ulsbment of a portion of Alaska In contravention of the battle cry of hIB campaign that we should never ban down the flag His sole reference to any action upon the currency question Is as follows It will bo the duty as I am sure It will be the disposition of Congress to provide whether further legislation Is needed to Insure the continued partly under all conditions between our twi forms of mctallo moneysllver or gold Wbat wise counsel what vlgorou treatment of the financial principle to which ho claimed all of our prOsperity to be due and which tho republican contended was tbo paramount issue or the campaign Ho refers In the brief est manner possible to the que tlon ol trusts and disposes of the whole mat ter by eaylng The whole question Is so Important and far reaching that I am sure nc part of It will be lightly considered but every phase of It will have the studied deliberation of the Congress resulting In wise and judicial action We must conclude that President McKlnloy evidently considers the question farreaching as to be en tirely beyond his ability or purpose to outline and submit to Congress say exact and etfectlva measures for the suppression of these menacing and growing evils President McKinley should feel assured that his utterance upon the trust question will not In the least annoy or otTend the most send tlve of the great corporations who fur nished the money to procure his clcc tlonHe next reviews the Philippine qups tlon Of this he Bays In regard to his former message abstain lu recommending at tbtsAlmu n specific and t final form of government for the terI ritory actually held by the States forces and to be consistent he J 141 t J continuos to abstain from recom mending a specUla and final form of government for that territory Montha ago ho says ho sent a commission to the Philippines report upon this mat tar and they were prolific in tbolr communications soot the prosldon at tho countrys expense o be usec a8 campaign material and yet with nil the assistance of this and other communications be still abstains frOlD recommending any specific font of government Can it bo that he Is hnm pored bv tho constitution of trio United States that that Instrument contains some limitations upon the powers bn would like to exercise over this terri tory or Is he embarrassed by the fact that the constitution contains no pro vision whatever for the specific Jov ernment of colonlalterrltory- He then speaks of Porto Rico but omits to state what our plain duty requires ot us In our treatment of these people Ho offers solid and substantial com fort to pension claimants by telllni them that the government apprecl ties their services by making venslon payments liberal beyond procedentllnd to show the extent of this appreciate lays we have spent during the yeBrthe tco sum of 103452130 and added to the list pt penslouers during the year 5344 names Truly this Is a great ountry to provide for such dlsburse nentsas this l With rare satire and rony he closes by Insisting that e oust guard against extravagance and mposis upon us the exercise of wlile conomy I TilE supreme court Justice Harlan of course dissenting decides that the K ntucky Separate Coach law is not unconstitutional Tim railroads had tiackcd the law on the ground that It was an Interference with InterState ommerce Without replying speelfi ally to this objection the court SBld there is sufficient compliance t1th the lav If a separate coach for local colored aseengcrs is attached to a train hUe asslng through the State The Kentucky representative In the court says tbat the Separate Coach law is an terference with the InterState com lerce law and that the Kentucky Lea ilature had no right to classify citizens by color in railway coaches J ude arlan it seems can not divest himself of his prejudice and his partisan cling and nearly always gets in his work In cases that have the least potlt Ical significance with an opinion In mded to help his party JUDGE PATTERSON of the Lebanon olrcult was indicted at Greensburg for n breach of the peace in singing patri- otIc songs In unearthly tones to the an yance of other persons He walv the service ot a summons a tlPeclal j idge was selected and be was at once trlcd by a jury and acquitted nalbe was absolutely no evidence acnlnst hIm he only being In the room wbere some of the others Including ltoarlng UIII Sweeney were singing Bill also indicted for the offense and If he- CBn make as much noise singing as hli- can in speaking be will doubtless Ile the limit Singing has not been gen eratly regarded as an olTenao in lawbut tho way some people murder melod should make it a capital offense pnn hbable by deatb GEN EAOAN thinks the election vln dlcated him also and ho has gone to asblogton for a pardon and a reto ratlon to duty It will bo remember tbat Eaean used language unbecoming a gentleman and a soldier In charade Izlni a report of Gen Mlles on tbc bjeci of the embalmed beef furnish cd the army In tho war with Spain for- whlcb he was sentenced to do notbln ereatter and to receive for It 17600- during his natural life with the prob- Ity of a big pension after It to his- family Considering the enormity of- bls crime ho ought to feel that he got olT very easily and bo willing to let It 10 at that TANDAUD 011 stock went up 30- points the other day and sold at 81- 0Except that this trust IS grinding tribute out ot the people Its stock woul not bo so valuable TIn open meeting of the republlca Stato central committee at Loulsvlll held with hosed doors not even tbe press being admitted TUAT charming publication Tho igrcsslonal Record is again befor us for whlgh we are very thankful POLITICAL Gov Dec bams otllclal majority 368D Congressman Gilberts Is 1014 crmtor Fairbanks introduced a reiO- lutlon to admit Oklahoma to State nor Stewart has Introduced bill- providing for a Philippine sUIrcme- Clourt of five judges The army estimates for 1001 call tot an appropriation of 185003201 Of- thls 20000000 is asked for river and- harbor improveme- ntn amendment to the Army bill meant to provide for retiring Shutter as a major general and Fltzhugh Lee Jd James H Wilson 09 brlcadicr Commissioners Poyntz and- Fulton elected C H Duty republican succeed Morton K Yonts on tbe- State Doard Allen E Smith was elected secretary THEThe I Store That Saves You Money On Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps i Ladies and Gents Furnishings We illustrate a row special bargains taken at random front many hundreds tlwtjgabouml moro throughout than every when dupa1l- mcnt your Lack oK space prevents eyes behold what is in store for you hereI600 pairs of Ladies Kid Glovci black tan and white worth Illnd 8125 at G9c Ladies Yarn Mittens offered you III this sale at only lOc Ladles Jersey Gauntlets Gloves worth 3 cat 25c through this sal- eLadies Belts ladies Patent Leather Bolts Glldci Edgo with nice Harness Buckle worth 60c our brice 25c Ladles Black Leather Bolts hook anil eye fastenings worth 23e at 15c Table Linen COinch Red rinld Table Linen worth 25c special price 2c 64inch Bed Table Linen only He Shoes and Boots Boys and girls solid leather school Shoes worth tlll1lr go in this great scn satloual Aata at 60c 50 ot Ladles Sample Slices worth L0 special price long as they last 70c Cloaks and Capes Just received 200 Double Capos fur lined worth 81 60 spec fal price 03c Ladies all wool Jackets at 208 fS50 and 8448 will cost you double the price we ak in any other agora in town Children Reefer Jackets at USe fIAR 31 US worth double the price Lnilis you must see our Jackets and Capes to appreciate the great bargains Ye have to ofler guarantee to save you from 40 to 60 per cent on any Jacket or Cape Representative forcing will ask Con gross for an appropriation of 1100000 for a lock and dam in the Cumberland below Burnside Gov Beckhams certificate of elec lion which was given him Wedne da la the first ever signed by all memVc rl of the commission- Charles A Tnwno bas accepted the appointment as State Scoati from Minnesota to fill the vacant caused by the death of Cu hman K Davis The report of the Isthmian Canal Commission waa submitted to Con resil by the president Tbo commission fB vors the Nicaraguan route and eat mates the coat of constructing the canal at 200540000 Dr John Mason Williams who also ran for Congress U In WacJbln ton consulting the WR bugs about contest log Hon G G Gilbert seat and get ting that 12000 that Is very foolUbl allowed a contestant ExGov W 0IBradloy addreese the republican State central committee which met In Louisville and urge that the tight forHclvll liberty be kept up The committee voted to es Ubllsh permanent headquarters In LouisvilleIt cjcGov Bradley would accept the honor remarks one of the boys In writing about that new Fedora judgcsblp proposed for Kentucky Woron that son Hed chase It 25 miles or about the circumference of the earth on which we livoLout vlllo Times The bill reducing the war revenue tax was reported to the House and a final vote Is expected before Christmas The special tamp tax U almost entirely removed There Is a reduction of 25 cents a barrel on been and also a reduction on tobacco IHo total reduc lion is estimated to be about 910000 000 Attorneys for the republican contest lets for the minor Stato otllccs tiled af idavlwln the court of appeals to the ilTect that ut the time of submission or bo cases on their merits they olIcct- d to such submission and asked that the records show such objections Ii Is supposed they arc cherishing a faint hope of having the case reviewed when hero is a republican majority In the ppellate court The report of the Isthmian Canal omralsilon transmitted to Congress favors the Nicaragua route Thu esti cost is 200540000 The esti Imated coat of the Panama route la 9142 42570 or 8150iJ6458 according to rhlch course Is taken The most 1m Ilioitant work on the Nicaragua route w1l be the dam across the San Juan Iver Ten years Is estimated as the time necessary to construct the canal I Clothing s t Never berNe was gnat reliable cloth- Ing offered at till price wo are utTering them timing this great ncnsAtioual bargain tale We are bverioadcil with heavy Suits ROIl Overcoats ami low prices will sell- tlwinquickl Iomo for youuclftlll you out Hint we can tell you a Suit of Clothes Overcoat or Odd Pants for about half what any other merchant will ask you for the same goods 100 Pairs Mens and ploys Jeans ante lined with Rood cotton worh fl a pair our low price 48c fOquAIhyMens Jeans Coats regular tt quality at 9Sc Special bargains in Mona and Boys lined Duckeats Moni black and 111LO Cheviot SullvfS value at 203 Mona finest Custom made Suits 25 different stylus to N Iert from will that you ill 60 in nnr other stern our price only tOJ5 000 odd pairs of Hoys Heavy wool knee pants 60c quality in lint alo2x RANEY Manager Stanford Bryans plurality over McKinley is this State is 8098 The ways and means committeevote to report the revenue reduction bill III Introduced with an amendment making It take effect upon Us passage Instead of 30 days later Gen Eagan the embalmed heel hero who was given u vacation with full pay for blackguarding Gen Miles was restored to duty by tho president and then placed on tbo retired list J Wlllard Mitchell of Jessamlco county was appointed by Gov Heck ham to the ollicu of Judge Advocate General of the State guard The posi tlon Is a staff one sad carries with It the rank of colonel The certificate of election of Judge Ed O OUear as appellate Judge WI1I presented to his wife who U In Frank fort by Chief Junllos Hdzelrlgg Gov Bcckbatc will Issue a commission to the now Judge within a few days u u A FEW POINTS OF SUPKIUOUITY IN THE Radiant Home Air Blast TRY LIKE THEM For Sale By Higgins McKinney Mackintosh Coats Some merchants will try to make yo believe that Mackintosh Coats hue Jono up wo say our Mackintosh Coats are bet tar and cheaper this year than ever befor Capo Mackintosh Coatu worth 12 It fI 25 250 Macklittotli Cunt reduced In this sale to fl48- Mackintosh Coat anchor brani extrAlhcayflualltv and never known to soil for less than come and get one pew at 1108 48c ladles and Misses 60c quality Union Suits reduced to 25c Ladies Fine Egyptian Cotton Fleece lined Yes i with taped neck pants to match worth 25c per Garment our ena satlonal price only15c Large line of nest Kayptlan rnd Peel or Cotton Hocccd lined eMs or Pants ex tra heavy iitual price 604 our prlcu 25c 600 Children heavy kuUiamte Ve li worth from 16c to S6c now only 5c Hens heavy Camels Hair and blUe ribbed Umlcrwenr worth BOa a garmool our tow undcr eMng price ooh 25c Mens Klicccil wool Unikrwmr extra heavy quality will cost you from 76c to fl olrowhoreoiir low price only 48c Our allwool Flannel Underwear for Men and Ijidiea rlieape titan ever bit oro We arc Headquarters for all kinds of Indcrwcar Blankets ComfostJBlankets f large enough for any boil worth fI jmfr golntbla saw at CSc All f L25 HlonkcU reduced to Ira pr All 12 HlankeU reduced to 9t AI higher priced lllankcti half price Heavy Comforts at 48c The USe 123 sod flAg worth double theuloncyE5- Dont miss this great sale Ladies Dress Skirts And Waists llIlInel UatM bO Wen alle Fall tvhrowntoadies Dtttt Skits liUtk Ofvretl Mo hair anti niter lln4 well wwnli f3 air 8Miefol price only Ilona floe JSfJII well wnrih from price f140 Nine Urrw Hkiru oil M08 ucl J14S worth iloublii the money =350 Fancy Nmmilk riklrt worth fl 25 ai long as they will last now only 0 p Flannel Unlerkirts at 2V 4 St 755 and use The LOUISVILLE STORE T D Kyf United THEMI n DROUTH 1 0 Its back is broken Water everywhere You must keep dry or pay the penalty If you will let us we will keep your body and feet warm and dry With a go- odWaterproof Macintosh At 5 a Long Double Back Slicker at 2 a better onefor 250 a pair of first quality Rubber Boots 300A OneBuckle Felt Boot 2 a TwoBuckle Felt Boot 250 an Extra Heavy Roiled Edged Rubber the best one you ever saw at 90c All Rubber Arctic 150 Ladies Sandals the Very Best for 50c Ha Q1f 0 1 JIl l lI 1IInffileo XOOk 00tTHE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING In a Few Days and My Large Display Will Be Made Dont Fail to Visit Me 121IBt WIB1IB3ERTS i The Pharmacist Not Money But Lamps TO BURN Two Limoges Dinner Sets at a Low Price lfso all Jilegant jiuu m Salads Cake Plates anu Many Novelties In Chinaware Jont Forget to See Our Lino of Biscps Figures and Chanter Sets PricoM Very Low Considering Gradti of Goods Ho Sure to Take a Glance ut Our Ten Cent Counter GEO H FARRis co n = 1f = THE INTERIOR JOURNAL caSTtavoun TUG beet material combined with care skill antI accuracy Indcro good NbendPruK Stora i JPERSONALSv i IMH Jd 1UUUSOR has been qulto Ii Biofe Hits J C I1AY8 U bank from a vltt relatives la Cnrrnrd J Miss GiioitoiA LBWIS Is now cashier Kat lJllrJlnll k McKtnaoye fOlns W S CIXTIU of Danville Is t with Mrs J W UauKbraan- MlLJ W IIAYDBN of Winchester itwas hero several days this week S H lUuailMAN attended tho horn tales at Lexington this week evltdrcitizen was In to leo usycstorJay T J NORTH of tho West Had Is hero under Dr Carpenters treatment Mns MONTI Pox and children of Danvlllo arc cucet at J W Daugh mans Miss MAYMK WIIEKUJH grid Mr K H Powell of Iluitonvlllo wore hero Wednctday C D OWKNS went to Loulsvlllo yes tcrday to take a position with John F Wh lto Co- MESDAMKS WILLIAM AND GIIAIILIIS HAMILTON spent a week with friends In Lexington Mu GUSTAVK FALitSof Now York Olty spout several days with Coroner l William LandRraf WILL BBVKIIANCK hoe rooted the residence on West Main recently vaca ted by Mr II Cobb Lizzit WlIlUT and Anna of Middloburc waro the gausu tvShort Irma Wblto ALICK WIIITII loft Tuonlay for a few months rlilt to relatives at Cln t of Taylor IUdsoJvHoaloy days with bis Mils A II SEvnRANOB of Stan ford spent Thaukvgivlnp with hur fattier Dr M C Heath Register MISS LUNA OAUNBTT Is convalescing from a long and severe npnll Her brother Prank Darnctt U gelte III MUS W H COOK of Lancaster Will here a short wbllo Tuectlay returning from a visit to friends at Hllzabath town LIHUT A K McCLUllK who has been stationed at Pokln Cuba III King Ills father Mr W H McClure InCwoy Mns MAUbr CAMiiiHLL of Louis vile patted up to Crijb Orchard yes terday to vUil her parents Dr and Mrs J D Pottus- VHH WILLIAM GAYLB and two children of Lebanon Juectlas d Mrs John Ilauneyof lieu Lick have bean visiting Mrs Jas Leo W R McPllBHSON orders his paper 1ihanled from Lebanon Junction to Kansas whore bo has a good position with tbo Frisco Lino Mil II D Dltuci has gone to Marj tlnsvlllo Ind It Is thought that h hag gone thero for tbo solo purpose n I studying Indiana politics which bo will Introduce In Boyle county on his re e turnNowIN from George U Lawson at Guthrie Oklahoma formerly of this county ho says his county Is largely re publican but tbo democrats succeeded In electing their candidate to four county olllccs Tho present has been a prosperous year for Oklahoma and buyer arc pouring In from every part of tho country ho says LOCALS Won my window Hamilton WK arc opening many nloo tilings a this week for Xmas presents J P Jones Foil sale two opo heifer ono pig and six Ihio rotor Will S09 orance CALL In to sac us nday pay your alflount and gut a xplandid lead pencil Dont forget Tim supervisors for the town corn pleted thplr work Wednesday after noon They will meet again Tuesday to hear complaints NOTICK TO rXIAYPoHsVour- l taxfIs duo Settlo on or before tbo Kith day of December 1000 L R Hughes Trcasurerol District No 1 AT Klngsvilla Tuesday Jane and L V Floyd and Sam II it mm wore tried lor breach of the peaco beforo Squire J A Singleton Tho Floyd woro quitted but Hainm caught u S10 fine ATTEMPTED lL 1FJao and Tom Lcasuro worn arrested on Ifeals Creek Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff J A Shannon charged with attempted rape on Mitts Sallle Crabtroe They are In jail and will bo tried beforo Judge Cur eon today eNL two untrles for tbo declamatory contest for public school pupils bavo been Bent In far but If reports aro true there will bo at least 10 boforo Monday night next when the catrlco close It will be un catty way for some picaRemember Runt your eye on Hamiltons win dow y 10000 IIAIBB of all grudus of hay for bo cheap J II Duughmuo Co Now it a good tlmo to pluco your or der for holiday pictures Mien 81lerllYII OiKicu for rent In JNTHKIOR Jouit M building Apply to K C Walton MONBY About 82600 to loan on partleulorllAHUW WILSONS tnlnetrpleat Wallops Opera Uouto Saturday night Dee 22 tau lot ot furniture and rugs at Hotuloy Jc Hays Get their prices boo Toro buying OUcanhcarofwarand rumors of war but the fighting Is really going on In Withers furniture storo at Stan ford GENTLBMKN wo have Just opened something extra oleo In suspenders shirts and tics Come and see them J P J ones IP you havent bought your jacket capo or furs wo can eavo you 11 to Son tho garment Price cut to close out Suveranco it Sons roundtrllltlckcteDcckbain at Frankfort at ono faro Dec Dth and 10th rood till the Kith TAZEsYour tuxes are past due and must bo paid by Dec 10 county court day or your property will bo adver tiled at once 8 M Owens SL C 2t To TUB LAUteg Our Una of holiday youhushandcearly r They are going tact George II Par rls ft Co How Ilf this for extortion l A pack wellhllllhlfrom Cincinnati to tblealfeo yesterday with charge of Ota The express com ponies never miss an opportunity to gone you If they dOn hole Ik Tim announcement of that sterling Ueraoflrnt Mr Kph W Lilian of Dan lIIe appear In another column At Ur being Importuned by enthusustlo admirer all over the district to rook the race for Stuto Senator ho bus duo cldod to do no and ho nil at onco begin nn native eanvais of the four counties He Is a hard worker for the causa of democracy and his valuable services as campaign chairman In Uoylo In the campaign just closed should not bo for gotten when the couvontlon to nomi nate a candidate for tbo oOlco he seeks Is held ANOTIIUK WAA some kick on primary anti others on a convention following way to nnrae the county tick et suggested by Mr John O Pcpplcs may prove satisfactory to all Let eau committeeman chooiu two to live goo men from bis preolnct wbo o business It sill be to make a thorough canvass of that precinct and report to tbo com mlttccman tho candidate to bear tho expenses of tbo gentlemen selected prlmarfthe sense of the people as to that choice of candidates CASEY democrats will put out strong ticket for county oDIccs in tho spring and are going to do their bet to elect It In convocation with a gnu tleman of that squats the other day ho said You can bet wo are going to put out a ticket and If wo dont succeed In electing our mon wo will give tbo re publicans a scare thntthcy will noteoon forget Three years ago wo cum within 1M votes of electing several democrats and will do bettor than that next your ItTbo gentleman further told us that Cuuy had no candidate for State Senator but was for any good man tho party named ELSBTVIIKIU Inthte lesuo will b found the announcement of M Smlt Hnughmun for sheriff Standing six feet throe and tipping tho beam at 21 ho would make a typical sheriff In ap pearance and ho tins a legion of frlonJs who would like to coo him elected to that responsible olllco As a of tho county committee bo has bona of Incalculable value to tbo party bo loves yearllbeforoHe Is a democrat tried and true a splendid gentleman a representative citizen and wo believe ho would make a sheriff Lincoln county would bo proud of AT a meeting of the directors of The FhBt National flank held Nov It was unanimously resolved tbnt it was to tho Interest of the stockholders ot the bank that Its capital bo reduced from 910 000 to 50000 on Jan 30th and the a cess of 50000 bo paid to the ewe holders us soon thereafter as blotTho voto for this purpose will taken on Jan 8th Tho board recom mends this course because it believes capitol of 50000 with the surplus will be amply sufficient to meet all the le gitimate demands of tbo banks aunt a merit is large enough to secure the de posltors had It will bo easier for the net earning to pay all tuxes and e pusses and to make the usual dividend thereon DONT fall to sco tho 10o counter George H FanIs oIIofSVALtnPy aheap ut W D Monobtlru ATTOND Alfred Davis sabot horseal cuttlo hogs cj ID tbtf Hun bind Saturday GALL In and ourlino of Rook wood pottery something entirely new Hamilton LADIES you should take peep at the elegant china display at George H Farrls S COd ihiADQUAItTRRI S Ilkinds of In surance Typewriting done ut reason shin tutee Telephone 82 R B Ma hony Wu can not stock coal as wo have boon doing so you had bettor get your coal while you can J II Daugbman k Co WB soil the best shoes manufactured Hclinors Bettmanns S3 to 8ICO Han ane to SO Try a pair and be coo vinced J P Jones LOST HONEYMrsJ KChristian tells us that ho lot a cool thousand on hit shipment of turkeys for Thanks giving Ho paid high for them at found a bad market MASTBR ALIIBRT WALLACE asks us to say that theta is a new lodge here United Kingdomofwhich ho Is pres- Ident Hubert Carpenter Is vice pros ident It pays sick benefits lc orii friend John C Pepplcs candi dow for jailer says wo mado the lap aai wide when we said that any old way for selecting a county ticket would suit him Ho la for any fair and reasonable way however TODAY IfawkDay In Flaming county These rapaolou birds bar 0 become so annoying that the 7lh of Do cemb r has been sot apart for over y good cltlMn to turn out and kill many of tbo lJeIl as possible The are said to have nearly exterminated tho quails In the County OVR good frland Rav W S Grin wad of Taylnrsvllle but for several years pastor of the Methodist church hero Isnt tar from being a democrat I voted for Wooley but I did all In emy power for Bcckbam and Gilbert he said to us tbo other dayIII OlD problbltlonlet but when tho locus between democracy and republicanism you can generally count mo on the side of the former be added r Ouil item In last la uo opposing primary has brought forth comment and all of It has not been favorable but wo aro not changed ic the belief that that way of making a ticket for practlcaa was to this week tells us that tho primary in that county succeeded in doing two things which will likely lose thodcrao dde sore and putting all of the nominees In two magisterial dlslrlcts of that big county Do Lincoln county democrats want to take such chances Surely those who havo tho Interest of the party at heart do not Again we refer to the manner againr wo urge way J Our county committee Is composed whao would lose sight of personal prefer encca to further democracys cause and men who can be trusted to do their duty Leave fife matter In their bands and they will put out a ticket that demo ocrats will bl proud of and republicans fear The rads aro laughing In their sleeves thinking a primary Is certain They here seen the fruits of them and 1want their political enemies to have another thinking they may bo able to slip into olllco through the dissension and discord they bollovo ono will bring IN RNGCOUNTIES holdbu stock company Is being formed to 6build n hotel nt Corbin Deputy U S Marshal Colcman broke up a 100gnllon still In Casey peopr not servo them longer Uy the will of James H Toy of No Haven Coop Deren College rccely a bequest of 5000 Robert T Ellis 23 and Salllo J Noo 15 of the Fork obtained marriage license at Danville Dr A H Wilherepoon a rich Law renceburg man was adjudged Insane caused by the use ol drugs Tho trial of Dock Lowery charg with criminally assaulting Mrs Harron Million Is on at Richmond J W Young postmaster at Lon edon will bo removed In a tow days and Dycbok killhoe A wagon In which T M Maburon was riding In Anderson county was perhopilfatallyR 5 Nichols anti James W Co wcro elected chairman and secretary respocilyoly of the democratic county committee ot Doyle Dabxli en valuable horses wore burned Tho loss was 87000 with 82000 Insurance IontbetorI20000 for damage done his salt wend soldiers of the Union army during the war Mrs Pat Grady aged shoat 00 seal dentally walxed oft u secondStory par tico of the home of hnr daughter Mrs J M Illffe of Richmond and sustain ad Injuries from whlah she died While counting his monoy bsforo a grata n lamp exploded In the house of TnomusDouUiiu of Richmond and In a few minutes the house was destroyed togolher with all the moody bo had An unknown dead man was found be tween Corbln and Wllllaimburg Ho bad papers on his parson Indicating he was a New Yorker Bruises on his head indicated that he had coma to his death by foul mean A nurse at Richmond rubbed carbol lo acid on tbo abdomen of a 10dnyold child ol W S Oldhara and the little thing cams near dying She mistook It for sweet oil LATER Tho little thing died alter suffering untold ago aloe Postmaster John L Boalcy and Dep uty Postmaster Sherman H Silver of Paris were arrested on the charge of misappropriating postal funds They theydCllniock has been placed In temporary charge of the Part postonice The case of Route Co a New York firm against C T Wallace of Garrard for 82500 for merchandise has been decided In favor of the plain tiffs to tho amount of 910710x R H Tomilneon and W Me Johnson were counsel for the plaintiffs and Gov W O Bradley Capt William Herndon and Robert Harding for the defense William Pitman of Clay county has brought suit against tho Womans Homo Mission Society of the M Church South for 15000 damages Tho defendant Is u corporation an conducts a number of colleges In dlf fi rent parts of Kentucky Tbo plain agreedychildren In Its colfbgoal London for a terra of two years butt that attar he bad moved from Clay county to Lon don and brought his family thero and entered tram In defendants school tho Instructors wrongfully expound them 31 S BAUGUDIAN JuntyIE WLILLAUD Of Danville U u candidate for State Senator Oascyanclloti of the democratic party Stockholders Meeting A mcctlnpof the stockholders of the Nn tlonul hunk of Hujtonvlllo will IM hold at their honking honto In II union vllle the Cud Turaduy In January 1101 between cud 12 for the purport of erecting nine dl rector to serve tho vear J W lIoclnlt Cililoi Stockholders Meeting a A meeting of trio took holder of the Iln coin County National Hank of Stanford will be at their banking licuso the ecoud Tuotdtty In January for the purpose of electing dlreclq YlIrJStockholders Meeting ofAmeeting ot the tockholdor of the First National hank of Stanford will bo held at their bunking liou o the ncoonU Tuesday In 111dlJOHN McllOIlERTS Cashier PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at Dufldernrii Mill on DIx Ulvor on THURSDAY DEC 13 I9OO The following deurlbod property connlit IngoflOuxtra high grade cow yearling inulloy liolfow extra good mulley heifer calves 2 extra good mulley hull calves I goodbullcatf with horns of thoxo cuttle ore Will oho sell some household furniture Alto plows mower Gust roller buckboard harness etc Sale will begin promptly at 10 n in Terms made known on day of snle J A DlDDRKAIl Gilbert Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE I At my residence on tho Crab Orchard and Ilro head road 2 miles Souti east of Crab Orchard on Saturday Dec frili I will sell the following described property consisting of liorics cattle hogs sheep ftoi Two mans 3 milk cows 5 good calves two yuarold Shorthorn bull four meat hogs six shoats I thoroughbred Poland furmbsge9to mention also S stacks of hay Terms 1made known on of sale AInEO DAVIS PUBLIC SALE Ol A Fine Farm cdAs for the adult heirs of John F 1ettun deceased I will on Saturday Doc 22 1900 On tho nromlsesi near Preachcwvlllo Ky nn Ijincunterand Grab Orchard pike sell to theedbluegrass Au ubua llllt supply ot nover fnlllngwnter In alt Cllloni tie Ilind 11 Ito offered In two tracts to kalt the purchas then as a whole There will bo no reservem or by bidding but the highest hlddur will t the property adtt must bo sold for okadtvlelua Tnws Onethird cusli the remainder on u credit of one and two years with Inter tIIt from day of saint the purchasen having th privilege of paying cash and saving In forest Possession given Jan h 1001 1cr sons desiring to see the before the said nru Invited to call on tho family nt the houa W H Agent = d = s I Tee Southern mutual investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY IZTSVRANCE REV SDD i- 1Po t pay while you lire Old Lint Companies pay wheniyou die Vhieh do yon profit Over BenefitsOver60000 Pail in Maturities in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or E D Pcn nington Local Agts Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Bradfordsville Ivy y Our War on Furni ture Continues and our Goodsare going out by the load We want all the people from the adjoining towns to get in the band wagon Our prices and goods are bound to suit them Call Monday when you come to court and see for yourself WITHERSdt Direct From ManufacturersT- HE n Cnm ri fJGN1 LtIVU IN ALL jtSN BEST LARIlDGLOVE w ON EARTH FOR E- PRICE i SHADESAND BELOW eih PrirpJ ONLY TWO BRANDS P Centemeris 150- Wertheimers 100 Remember we fit all gloves in the house and guarantee satisfaction JOHN P JONES Stanford 1ICut Prices on Capes Cut Prices on Furs m Cut Prices on Jackets Cut Prices on Underwear 9 CutPrices on Dress Goods ru Q7 ffti I M Out lilies on Hundreds of Articles When Lousing For I Christmas Presents to our store let us show you Handkerchiefs Towels Linens j ICOlDe iifiu romforlsj Fino Blankets Fine Shoes SI French Flannels hte ef I SEVERANCE 2 SONS JSK Opposite Court House J3 rSIth Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Ja A ALLEN CO Contractors Arid Builders STANFORD KY have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pino Flooring carting Doors Sash Blinds of Dressed and Hough Lumber Shingles aud Steel KoaHug LQ cast Posts Etc Wo make estimates on auyklnd of work wanted Offlco opposite Dr L Cooks y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL p buhrUII1IL o rncS liirtcSavi- t 1 PER YEAR CAS IA Wnn not sopaidssGO will tocharge Entered nthe jtostofflce at Stanford a econd des matter LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fresh cjrca are In demand in Chic go at 2ibJler dozen Isaiah White sold to Lijtcs L Co a bunch of hogs at 4 20 Carter Bros sold to Lutes fc Co a bunch of ehouu at 420 Turner paid 85400 for the twoyea old Erlrange 221 by Prodigal Tho Rush brought 2950 and Pink Coat 2475 at tbo Lexington thorougl bred sates The Commoner son of the Jreat Hanover brought 85025 at the Lc ington horse sale POK SALEI have one 4yearol Polled Angus bull for sale also Ogood I sheep J W Baughraan 2t R L Hubble will bo at London ncxt Mondaycounty court day to buy mules See him If you want to sell J V Shipp of Midway sold blsrac mare Nettle Regent for 81140 So far this year she has won nearly 3000 Capt T M Barton has sold and shipped over 1000 pounds of honey pro duced in Pendleton county this season The grcatsaddle stallion Highland Cblef 430 died at the home of his owner W A Moore neat Lexington last week James McKccbnlo bought of C C Gover two mule colts for 305 and a cow and calf for 830 lie bought of R Cobb a cow for 82125 This years coffee crop is expected to aggregate about 100000 quintals being the heaviest crop recordedin this coun trya history Shipments have already boaVQ In Cincinnati heavy steers are quoted at 5 to 515 fair 41 to 485 butcher 4 to 4tc common to fair 265 to 3 holf era 3t to 435 calves 3 to tic hogs 4 4C to 480 There were 1500 cattle on the mar ket nt Richmond Monday the best bringing 4c while some sold as low as 2c Seventy mules changed hands at 170 to 8125 3110000 was appropriated for the pur chase of 3000 cattle and 500 brood mares to be distributed among the farmers of the provinces of Santa Clara Puertd Principe and Santiago Cuba Kentucky leads in the silo of cattle at the great National Hereford sale W H Curtice of Eminence secured 81550 for his nine months old burl Beau Donald Geltner Bros of Emi nence sold Luclle 20 months old for J Farris sold to Welhl 300 export cattle at 470 They averaged 1430 pounds Mr F bought of Rainey Bros 45 000 pound cattle at 3fc The latest census bulletin shows that in Boyle county there are 752 horses 352 dairy cows 1059 hogs In Kentucky there are 44892 horses Advocate Through Sleeping Qtr Service Louis villa to Jacksonville via Louisville South era Railway Leave Louisville 745 a m dally leave Lexington 1050 a mj ar rive Chattnncoso 550 p mi arrive At lanta 1025 pm arrive Jacksonville 830 a m Equally as good schedule return ing Alto train Louisville 745 p m has through connections and sleep- Ing service arriving Jacksonville 10 next evening Southern Rulway In connection with the Queen A Crescent Route Is the only lino with a 24hour schedule he tween Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jacksonville for all in South Florida Winter Tour istnTiikeisnowon sale to principal re sorts in Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto lUco via Southern Railway Information 250 4th Ave Louisville A Whedon Pass Age W 11 Taylor O P A Louisville DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CURED by loral application ss cannot reach the dis eased portion of the ear There li only one way to cure deafness and that Is onstltutloual reue dim Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed comlllioD of the mucous the Iustarhlsn Tub Whm toll tube 1I010fof you here a rumb lung sound or Imperfect hearing and when It li entirely closed deafness Is the result mod unless tbeinnaimnstloncan Le taken out and this tube restored to normal condllon hearing will he destroyed forever nine eaes out of ten are cauxd bv catarrh which is nolbing but ao tnltained con dlllon of the mucous surfaces We will give one Uundrnl dollars for any rue of deafness am dl by catarrh that ran not be cured liT Halls Cttarrh JCIlI4EYdCUToledu O Sold y Druwiitl TSc halls Family 1llls are the beat Chicago International Live Stock Exposition Dee 1 8A1900 Monon ltoute The greatest of all Live Stock Shows All Monon trains stop at St The most convenient station 47thI the stock yards Less than five utes by electriocar The Monon uce stock car trains run direct Into the yards Special rates for the Exposi Lion week E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky r What most people want is something physIicTablets Ull the bill to a dot They are cnriy to take and pleasant in elect For till by Craig Hooker Druggists W S Taylor will open a law olllco In Indianapolis and Chancy llnley will cdtta newspaper in Indiana Willie and Charley combine their at tractions and qualifications and open a eUootlng gallery ow Times TH T THROBBIJIG HEADACHE leave U used Dr Kings K WouldlulcklvThounndof sullerers hero proved their matchless merit for SIck aud Nervous lead aches They make Mood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take cured thern Only 3cents Money lark If not SoW At Ieuo drug store V KINGSVILLE There is talk of a spoke factory be lug started bore Mr Coulter has rented his farm here and will move to West Virginia Dan Hester bought it farm near Stnnfordtor 83545 Tuesday was court day Hon Harvey Helm was on hand also that popular traveling salesman Beecher Adams of Hu tonvlc though It Is not thought that ho had any connection with the courtMr Carman of Knoxville has re turned to that city after a weeks visit to Miss Elizabeth McFarland at Mrs Settle Pennybackerd Drs Joo Mc Carty Powell and Mr Moore of Har rodsburg were visitors to our town last weekThe smallpox scare was with us last week Vrben Mrs Eliza Hart was re puted to have that terrible disease but it was a false alarm Mrs Hart has erysipelas and Is quite sick Fount Motion was down from Moreland re cently J Everard CreIghton is visit iog Muck Williams at Burgin About five years ago 1 was troubled with catarrh of tho lower bowel says 0 T CLlsholm48l Dearborn Ave Chicago and although I consulted several eminent physicians who prescribed lor me I found their remedies failed to in any way relieve me and tho trouble aII most became chronic After fullering several months I one day concluded to try Chamberlain Colic Chopra andI Diarrhoea Remedy and I beg to assure youthat I was most agreeably surprised to find that after taking two doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that hat cost me so much trouble and annoyance I am thankful to say that I have not suffered from it 9 since For salo by Craig t Mocker Among 000000000 passengers car tied only 200 persons lost their lives on steamboat vessels within the juris diction of the United States during the fiscal year of whom 44 wore puescn irers and 102 members of the crews During thn same year there were asar boiler exulosioos dn land which killed A 298 persons and wounded 456 others Of the 900000000 passengers carried upon the railways of the couoty 221 were killed and 2945 were injured Of Ithe employes 2237 wore killed and 33 149 were Injured and others tramps trespassers and people who were not in trlilnslGSO wore killed and 6170 wore ojured making total of 7133 persons tilled an 47870 Injured r A KKJH7 OF TERROR Awful mutely was felt for th widow of the llne wlien Ibe docLrae lOr stid she could Outlive till IIIorDlnll rill des 8 II Lincoln who attended her that fearful light All thought she mutt soon die from Pneumonia but she for Pr KICKS New avery saying that It had moo than ourt eared her bad cured hrof roaulUpUon tfler throe small dosea the slept a all nUhtl Tide and Its further use completely lier medtetne Is JIIaranl to cure all narselous treat chest nllun diseases Only Sec and II rial bottles free at enys Drug Store Mrs Newlywed Before marriage you deceived me sid You said you rould some day rte a United States Senator Mr Newlywed in politics I decelvs cd myself dear 1 honestly thoughtS that you bad a barrel A lame shoulder is usually cawed by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber tins Pain Balm For ale by Craig A locker Druggists Miss Ollie Turpin a popular young idyof Adair died Wednesday PUBLIC SALE I Of Stork and Farming Implements I Will OH Wednesday Dec IQ 1900 Fell at public outcry to the highest urd best Idder 7 of mules some broke 15 head of cows and calves yearling Shorllibrn ull5 hones 2 combined mares eau old standard bred maru In foal tonilan- dard bred Irorse 18 thoats nnd a general IIl1e of farming Implement lea shocks Cod dlr J It lIIclniNRY McKInney 1y A bid of 8815 for Standard Oil stock was rondo the other day but none Vns offered at less than 8S23 The last sale made was at 8810 At the present rub Rockefeller will soon be a billionaire The family holdings of Standard 011 stock now represent about 100000000 nnd they have enormous outside Inter tsts Tim company this year paid 48 percent or 48000000 in dividends At Thursdays market prjce investor would realize less than 0 par cent on tbelr Investment and tbotllvldeoii thin year was the largest in companys hls wry It was un Increase of 15 per dent or 415000000 as compared with the prevloas year As dividends are fixed arbitrarily next years rate may be any where from 20 lo 5o per cent or nothingor 100 per cent a pSPAIIfS GREATEST USED Mr It T ourl1of ll rc lona S laln ip niU his wluirrs 8 C Wesfc uerrvs had caused severe wins In tint bait of his hfad un uoln Elertrtc Hitters America Ktvatest Blood and Nerve Iteniedy all 1100 won left tutu Hi ajs thus medlclna It whet his rountiy needs All America knos that It earn liver led kidney trouble purities the blood toue the tiomach streDhteiis the fleece puts Tim rlfor sod new life Into niuMle aerre and organ of the body If wfklIrP or siting you need iL Every tattle Kutrantred only M rents Sold at irony drug store The Methodist church ul Breeding Adair county was considcratly damaged by lightning PUBLIC SLE 1 I will sell at public acctlon at the More loud farm MorelanJ Slntlonon Wednss iv MiK Utli luon the following Umcrlbeil pl er1p routlltll aged molts welt broke end good OOMI one tlireuyearolil saddle mare liandMimt sorrel mare Crumlio ISH hands high fwlwl ISM brad Frank Stureek 8 Elkliorn aired by Klo Nut wood 10JOI dew tate MlchelY b Net DIm Wilkes lets 3 dam Rose Delta hy Al mont Chief 3e1 J dam Itose OoddarO bv Indian Chief fa2 data by Eawlii Fornt 49 data a saddle mare Nbe b ntaely broke sound tutu as nice mare as In the country Four good horse wagon a buy colt fowled In 1Se3sound nice and a HKtmor IIlroo bv Dr Hooker SJSH Mao a nlqa Roldln Loan n mile In 231 xs a Jyoar ld bv Oratorio 313 dam ha 8 In the list one In S1 H Two geldlngi saddle lion0 one 2yearoUl male 9 milk cows and calves S binders good aenow 33liorro cultivators mower nnl rake buggy and haroesI- set wagon hnrne4 Veirollllnn teed cut Tiger disc harrow spring tooth Imr 3 Nrazler cart 5 Oliver thtl d plow nod a lot of other funning IniirftrueiiUk yearold thoroughbred troll DC mars und two 3veinrnlU flllto wllllt tw sold Term made known on day of salt W II UOOTMureland 1- yWinter tourist tickets TO FLORIDA NEW ORLEANS CUBA TO TOURIST RESORTS SAIL RtDUCID salts Tilt Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Observation Cars Free reclining Chair Cars vestibuled trains Through Pullmans Cincinnati to Chattanooga Knox ville Asheville Savannah Atlanta Birmingham Jacksonville New Orleans Tampa Direct connections at Port Tampa and Miami at Steamers Wharf for Key West Nassau and Havana Handsome printed matter sent free to Inquirers Buy Your tickets Via the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry A traveler of wide experience cyst Vhcn you to Florida the pleasure the trip by going over the connec1lionpain In the best hotels rest is unbroken on the smooth rock ballasted roadway You are not annoyed by change cars Fatigue vanishes before some the fiord natural scenery In America Ottkl W J MURPHY W C RINEARSOV Manager Oenl Paasr Agent CINCINNATIDouglas W L E2USSB d SHOES ARE THE BEST THAT- rHoneGanBuu I See the NewI- DEALPATENT KID vnP =AT Cummins McClary ter rrxr rF TURKEYS WANTEt Olllng1to the pour and domorallted state of the tnurket more thou runts per pound Wtll he ktiling about one week Tho wishing totoll will please rush In all your rood stock J K CIHUTIN PR UITTBR 0SMOR1 LAND KY Furniture LiveryUndertaking IHlr of year otd well broke mute for sale IT hands high 4 FOR SALE OR RENT I desire to sell or rent my perm of 154 acre vltuntud two miles south of Iliiston vlllo on the JliKtoarlllo and MUldleburc Redfacestate of cultivation vrellfoneed and plenty of wilIer Has upon It a twostory fcJroom frame dwellltif and necessary outhouse good tobacco barn and Iock burn Blstr acre of the above Und U virgin soil Will tell nl reasonable l rIce or rent to n rood man JOHN McDANIELMl COAL c SALT byOctof lia best colt also salt and r will suit It to merchants by wagon load at a very small margin Will continue to pray the highest prlces Hickory Spokes Btnvmau HeaUlngs Ooods and Groceries nl rock bottom prices Oleo tau a Irlnl and I wllimw you money It KINO Monci M Kr FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Males CLintnutly on sand nod for sale It1I time W Logan Wood Man- age1Mason HotelMllS WD SIMPSON Prer nucaster t KctitncUy Newly famished dean bells gplcndsJ table Everything firatclaBs ortert moet all trains 8P IIY SPECIAL ItHQUKST DR GOLDSTEIN lantdI Iir O Ooldntotn nt Ix ulvlll will Iw In the city of Stanford live to remain one dayanil will at glasses to the eyes of all who them Ho has made the study ol specialty and any one In of glasses cannot do hewer than give htm a call Ho will bo toned At Ills rooms nl the Veranda hotel IVironU of children wbo u eyes are In any way affected should lake them to Dr Goldstein and hove them ex umlned Too much care cnnnut be taken In title particular aa Any neglecl of parents Play U most terlou connniuencek In afterlife If Uio eye of it child iieedglaM es the doetorean determine II and adjust stick glasses an will be most Apt to prr erve and Increase their strength The doctor has been giving uUlactlon for many years and wo recommend him us worthy tho patron ge of the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and If hednnl give them relief It will noWcont them Any thing Ho win adjust to any eyes and any A good glass rlghtlr adjusted le u luxury ton pcrmm with sight they cannot nfford to do without A glass perfectly adjusted Is worse than no guts E R DILLS HA Y DANVILLE EY Manufacturer o- fPRIC JSZ I And fouler In Lime Cement c 5cc Write Ior Trice TWO FARMS FOR SALE Having decided to change my rocallon I will- aeU priralclrsay farm oo which lire 34 of a mil Urchaul This fann li line land lo good etatoolnltlntiouIa5Ctenlricerb- ottom Und tnsl Is line corn and meadow land balance 80 ants Is upland and well adapted to corn wheal blue gnu and all other ernie A brick welling of 8 rooms and cellar a welt splendid reetlone water at the door two good tenement outlUlldIO1withstock wa er make thus Iha meat desirable lane In bis end of the county Aiwa farm of al out 100 acres J from Crah orchard Ky on l ncailer street opposite the fa mow Crab Orchard All In grass with a arge stock barn and an abundance ol water with aaeollhe flne t building sites In the neighbor hoot Aim a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on Leone er street with good clltrnlIsrlleolAc attached roe lurthe on or a It II imoNMJGH Crab Orchard Ky Drs Slavill PS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS In Panvllle Mnmlays Wednesdays nt VIII bo In Stanford Tuesdays Tbunday and Saturdays Ortw In the Idiinlngton Ilulldlng Stanford 01 Ice hours 9 to AM to 4 OSTEOPATHY This Science originated slid d veloml by Dr A T Still of Klrssvllle Mi depends on the rindplea of Anatomy and 1hyslwlogy for Its re aorubhing- 1outF5lnlolersllantanticlaims Slag super Osteopathy views Ulan ass machine oho many tarts Its keone Is adjustment When all parts alO properly adjusted and not overworked hCAIUIJ i the result Some of the dlieaws treated in Nervous rvstratlon Headnclirs Neuralgia HheumatUm tarrh Weak Eye iranulated ltd Uoltre CoatlpatlonIIeshallacb au1101l01 troubles Oleeases of hones ash oiuts 1IIloellons lIirjnluts arslysls Incontinence or Atax Female Diseases a specialty Consullallou free St13IUEL tI OwENS lt u cnndlJtxki for Anossor otTlncolti COUll ty subject tu the action of ltu Dutoocru party 211 F NORTH lis otitulldalo to ropriwenl Lincoln Ooua thu LcgUialuro aubjpci to the action 0 Domocrullc putty fI HEURIN Is a oaiultdato for Jailor of Lincoln county subjecl to lliu action of tlio dunocrullc IMIr ty J El 1CAINES fa a cnndldnto for the uomlnattan of Jails of Lincoln county Subject lo tho aellon a the Dotnocrntlc party VM 1ANDGRAFI- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coot tyi subject to democratic action TIIALES XI VUIGIIT- t n candidate for Assrmsor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count subject to the action of tho democratic party supporll solicited DINT FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the lion of the democratic patty Ho solid your support GUS MCCORILCK I a candidate for Areeswrof IliifoJneoun ty subject to the action of the dciiMicraU party GEO A EUS5ANK8 Is a cnmlWato fur Jailer ot MncolR nount mbjuel to the action of llio dosauarel party JAMES rJONES le RoandldAtc tar o41e r of Lincoln county subject to the acllun of the dttraocratlc pur- J MISS JLIXXIK C JONES Ul JUreUnil bts oreiwil a lILino of Millinoryjftt Anal larelrllFOR RENTKurlWI A refga Iwswe 0 Lnentn with etch rouuu sunl and crda well uiirj fjf a ionl tae how slice It Umually liMil J for all k15 vi lutirte lUHbrsw J N OK AND ma J tssna trrei U no Tea At Freds Exchange You wilt always and good trvatmenU gmx flour good meal good Ia good bras ke at loW prices lie will gore you bearforfor one Dont forget to ea on Idm whet you wont wheat exchanged or buy doer meal Ac POSTEDThe persons whoso nsuicm appear bolos strictly forbid any hunting of game of an1 kind ut any lime of Um your on their land and will pntsoculeto the toll extent of tht law any who violate H llaughman J Itaugliman Dr Steele lUllcr J K Ilruee S T HarrU K Wool J Jll Iettns W T Tucker ItnghmanIlno I LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERSft- liUedgoville Ky We have 75 good stock liege for sale sadsbout30head ot stock Heifers LUTES CO NEW LIVERY STABL- Es DOA E k Slll Prar3 UNCTION CITY JKY IrstOlftM Turnouts at ItoiiKonalile Rates tfjwclul Attention to Traveling Men Grain and n1 For Sale FRITH HOTEL F mNCISCO Proprietor lIT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Urn Hotel In the mountains rates considered omen meet all train Hjjcltl atlootloii to tray llnf men tie C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY roods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call EAZLEY PS HAYS UND = AltERS DKALKUSIN Furniture MiittlugsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for nil kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY I POSTED I hereby nOtlfy the pabllc thetnv land le ant wnllUII Itobuutlug or tnw log allay k ou II 11111 5FYiA- NDPOSTED to Ibe fun extefll of the law rI urebjr warn sll perssna from trtwnasslng on my Lau for say par ec WI r fnoKAK KrtgrKy tales sera all reramrss inssfWHlnc on uy fans ea hack CNNt ftiranf tarimw hIertJ- lED IKULIa lUtllhi Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Btaitford Ky OffiecT eltobert qTUIIUdlol IR A JONES DENTISTI I Icy 1 Office over Hlgging A Mcldnncyi Slor Telephone No It GUN REPAIRING Nn matter what cone wrong with your gun lond li to VI and It will be Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired Al a moderate cost lUwtLie crcii Co lie Tided St lUHTlilr Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to tnlnl sad repair your rteHxirtesostoad Y moan kavo your uitl rolilrif rondo for rosy little Miuavy J II OILIER Stanford Kr ADAMS FISTULA CURE or VuIhststFutulaPauovllHard and Pots KsilargMDMit UrvMjr llwiIlUloMtMir Ac line ale by w li MN beru dmicrUl Stanford M li KCaldlJMltsdgevllleOroUlur TurBer vlll J II Vanbouk MKln any FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTANKOllft KY ITMlpnltlUok of Sian in IIM then rwrjranlitj IbtKalUnaJlisDk IIf Stanton In IIM snJsgtli 07fsnlKd llbl lint National Uank of Suofard o lU2kas hay practleall aaunlnternii te4xlit acar41 Jean It Is bitter supplied now will tacltltiM toe transacting business Irom Ill an J i srsllylhsoverb 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