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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u y i i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL Ij VOL XXV11L STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 11 1900 9 A M NO81IINEWS NOTES Charles Hall u wollknowo citizen of Sbelbyvlllc was fatally burned A Negro who assaulted a white worn an near Homo Ga was lyuebed The government decided to allow no more transports to begin u voyage on Sunday Purl of tho Ashlaml Stool 1lunl was closed down Indallnltuly throwing 300 men out of employment Henry Lawson who killed the No gro Henry Thompson ai Park was die charged the grand jury refuMug to In diet him A youngroan tmuibed the heads of hIe sister and her two children with tin ux near Seattle Nash and shot two other persons John Martin need 11 died at Ray wick Maiou county from tho effects of a pint of whisky which ho drank like no much water A man tit Vancouver 0 droll tad dead on bolng confronted by tho wit o whom ho bad detected In Bngland for another woman Dan Long a Nocro who attacked Mr Robert Fisher was takbn by a mob f ora Con tablu Allen and handed near Ivanhoe Vn Arsenic placefrln coffee by setae un known hereon polsonod Mrar Matilda Dcatty liar run and niece and Mr Nora Dunn and run ut Atblnwl A diamond ring that had bn Irwt four soars ago near I Uxi hotter N Y was found In the klomnoh of a bog which was killed In that rolghborhood After serving tovan Scurnota Js year sentence u convict la the enltoo tlnry at Ibllodwlphla fret released ui Innooout of the crime of which b as charged A new Florida through train on tu v y k C from Chicago via ClfMlftMtt to St Augimlsj wlllb put Oft la Ia ary It wilt be known ai the Cbt vTimordered to proceed from Smyrna to y nllu Ui mlUve tba Orson U U jot known whether the wttilon debt- have boon dlsabargwl by Turkpy In addition to the contracts for five battleships And blx nrinortd eMlnIabout to be lot It U expetd tbuv Con greet will be tuktd to antborlM tw more bitiiUsblps and two more armor J cd Surgeon crul rlIStorntxrg S A j 111tnlted tshAtnorlcan war says about on4 Ah- l of all our oldlurll In that war develop ed tho dUeato Last year Kentucky paid 3Sfl7cllO for fire Insurance and got back on aeIcount of loescn 81891JoO As thin tro mcndout profit U not Inrjjo enough wo understand tho companies are prepar Injr to ralso the ratedKKentucky bat within her bordersubrewerlc and 3003 retail liquor deal Ort and 2W wbolcalo liquor During tho year 1800 tho Ientue- brewer paid In taxes to tho covern menlo the bum of 8S21385UU While lying at tho point of dea with cancer of tho stomach Louis Ma den a retired merchant of Chtcagocot up from his bed and dralllnlUblm Into an adjoining room secured a volver and shot blmtolf through the heart The Incrcaeo In the tax a icMmop the city of Lexington of 1132011 12 over thatof 1899 tho total being Ih025010 chow that thu capital at t Blue Grass Is making rapid strides 1wealth nlltlaln population and Isdes tined to become a great city Lee Oliver a farmer 00 years lit rug near Princeton undertook to move h family and household offccta from t Dry Fork neighborhood to Sba Grove The distance Is about 25 miles When within a few mile of his deal nation Oliver though In excollc health becamo suddenly III lay dot in the wagon and died Neleon Rurkhcad tho oldest patio In Lexington Asylum died of old ago Ho had been In the Institution for Llten years and was originally sent from Jef tenon county Burkhcad woe an octo gcnarlan unit little Is known of him ex cent that ho was one of the first circus clowns and traveled for several yea raor In tbo South with old time wagon shows Thlrtynlno States In all are ropro eented by students In Harvard Unlver arty is arc also Arizona Oklabomaand tho District of Columbia IlawailPor- Rico the Pblllpiilnce Cuba Japan tho Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia New Ile Brunswick Kamchatka Par Heidelberg London Trinidad p pool Madrid Samakoy Bulgaria zapgun Morocco and Cbristlunla Nor wayA t dispatch from Manila eaysliLt Charles Morrow with men from jiho 47th regiment attacked and occupied Bulucnn While returning the troops encountered Col Victoria occu pytng an Intrenched position with 30 rllles and 300 Bolomou Lt Morrows onemyfromheavy loss Lt Morrow Is a ton ofIJudge T Morrow of Somerset IOdlle1JockonHenry Olay apcnko died Iuddo6lyof heart Inlluro In u ree tuuruut tit Cullman Ala Prod Prunl tba bone ball player rescued Mr and Mr Tom Irvin ram B uUtern Into which they hud fallen at Ashland The American Tobacco Company has taken the Initial top at n in a euro to teat tho nnilOlgarettu law of Ton o QffC1I Corporal Vlllliitn Steele a Frankfort y whet down threo sabots In aiklrm hh In tbo Philippine tile conduct was heroic The recant and present tide In Ken lucky river has Juno considerable dam alt to Luck No 0 at Little Hlckmun Ji inmlne voLtity Tbo jury in the caso of hotly Srut ton on trial at Lawronceburg for the murder of newton Starcyi brought In a vnnllct of death The report of the commissioner gear oral of Immlffniilon shows tbai during the fiscal year 300 Immigrant went ta Kentucky us folk wj Sutyno Oer m Dane4n ns Thirtylour of thu lunnlirranls worn skilled meohunlas and one hud a profeMlon The remainder made up th e list of oosklllM laborers- ThflsUJTBof I ugano B Carter at 1ow Market Murfuo county was bro j keD Inioasd the sal blown epee and robbed of shoat 8100 So great was thn fever of the explosion that the heavy- Iron door of the sate which weighed about 160 KWindc was blown through a eiwotvr two dry goods boxes and lodged In the stile of the spool uablnet 35 leer scrod the roam bIT VERNON MlM Uoy Qrillta Bled Wed eedo y co0luRpderRo died la ednelda or rltsumutlna 8sisealr a m x yaswday The turnpike qwetttlM la ntlll belnj niritni d nod a good one from hors to Lincoln owiny line Is almost assured Iiih tho finest and most eommoJlous burl nets bulldln In the mountains The public school ut this place xll close ibis weak Tho teachers S N 1unningtonhMoo McNow superintendent or tho Itockcistle Stone Co nt Langford oak us to state that their quarry lies not closed down but la still In operation Wild Ie Brush Creek and too two steno quarries at Langford now har telephone connection with Contra entucky Tbo line was finished Sat rda Fritz Kruegor sail wife loft Saturday fiddlekof week lo putting up the Wildle tele phone line bulldlagoppoaltothnpuuerc painted and Improved generally rollllnercp Whites olllce McCluro k Browns an tblsrIn u tight at Crooked Creek school ouse Then Ash was shot and killed by bee1nand the Ash brothers They met at the ecboolhousu where the session w plnceI on county brougdyBond was placed at 8500 T T Wallace one of our oldest a 1VedanedaP alwarutAnn Fish there being only two child For several years ho was deputy nlwllY8OiledCabbie deceased has compromised with the railroad company for 85000 the death of her husband who was killed by tho falling In of a bridge at Calvary last summer Mt Vernon Signal DEAINEHS laNanrlus CfllED dltoto Mire lfedllIM and that If M couitlliitloutl mn cunlIlionofnunhnaaouador fnllrelr doted deafness li Iho rcault tnJunlfM1 tobabe DreYer cases tof ten am ranted condltlouolWo will give one hundred dollira for any case of cureilbyJCIikN1YdCTulnlollSold llalla hmlly are the loeat The Southern Industrial convention SaturdoyMempbls of meeting President H fi Hargrove nd Secretary N F Thompson were reelected IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Charlie Carson the wellknown hank man of Somerset Is dead Cashier U M luokoa of tbo First Katlonul Bnuk of London has opened u big Raokut Store nt that place Uepretcntutlvo Borelng has recom mended tho appointment of Sirs Kate Pclley far the Dunnvllle Casey county poet 01i1cc Thlrteen your oldDavid Huysgotonc of his hands mangled in u printing press In the Fitlnon olllco at Lebanon Tbo member had to bo amputatedw Deputy Collector M F West of Lau curter Is just bank from Eetlll where bo madn a rooousblno raid In that coun ty destroying two stills and gallons of beer and whisky Tbo three operator rondo their escape B FarrU had three bus uasfongcrs from ono train yesterday which he llg aver ho almost lost money onMuelc- hm Homer Drummer ParrUb and Promoter Bryant The three weighed 701 poupdeAdwa After two trials and 12 months in jail In Llngtoa to prevent mob violence ec Lowry of Madison county the white wnanton Human Millions farm penltootlaryinvJ C MoLear of Loadon who shot And killed Sam Uoiers Ms colored IlOr- t1rr bits been sued by Hotpro widow lor 10000 damaees MoLear Is the proprietor of the Catching Hotel Ho li under 85000 hued fur killing Rogers While usieeii on the railroad truck Wiley Lewis u miner at Proctor had his log cut oil Ilti had been drinking sad went to sleep on the track The trajn knocked him from the track and he lay half the night In a pool of mud asp wtttur up to hid reek Tho prospects for a new railroad de partmeut at Corblo of the Y M C A ore very eocourrtRlotf User 81600 has tiwn eutl rltMd wblcb with ao unpro 1tflIn loa from the A N will erect a 810UO batldlog salt equip lha name with beds nreintiruDt etc at tbla very nerdy taint oo tbe L A N Deputy Collector W T Hawkins of Lebnon and a Posse of ruvanuo titer made a successful raid In Nelson count Hopeg100 gallons capaolty with 150 rations of Mngllngs a quantity of meal malt equlppetIJudge Stanberry saved tbo county 8100 by giving to Jim find lib liberty after he had enlistod as a soldier in the regular army Jim had fines enough assessed against him to keep him In jail SOO flays which would have cost tbo county 8100 Jim will now leave the State for three Yuan and It Is to bo willlbe d Kentuckian Samuel Lucas a drummer wa ol lotto Lucre of Berea was perhaps fa tally stabbed by Anne Harris a salon keeper of Richmond Lucas accor lag to witnesses testimony was in Har Ncgrodeuter they met and it Is alleged that Lu weapttry gundi Borca UH lung was penetrated by tho knife thrust n HOW TO CU11E OUOU1 lmenlm says t meseover a ilrenH remedy for croup and never fall to cure When given ns soon as th tltcroupy pro vent tho attack This should be born RomeVuseens FseTho Enterprise of Lebanon prints n story aboqt some ono attempting to a hChomo of a relative Some man on horse as ho pussed Judge lances gyi Hashed a pistol In his taco and fire The ball did not take effect Jud Pence thinks his assailant waa oNe gr- op eSamples or lead sail zlno oro iukc from u vein just discovered on the of C M Clay Jr near ParU show ore to bo 05 per cent metul Tbe vol has been developed to a canelderaU- extent The find Is regarded as a very valuable ono A strong flow of oil w also struck In working the vein A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER orIIrulwworld the promptly heal unll IUd Svrni re ir5ore7 nllJII Fel one Uurua alt Skin liruptlona ur on earili 2Sc a loa Cure guaranteed Sold at 1runy drug store Fiftycent dollars are proposed to coined for circulation In tho Philippines where the natives do not under stand our money basis CRAB ORCHARD Many are taking advantage of the fine weather for hug killing i Elder J G Livingston filleJ the pulpit In the Christian church Sunday The now proprietors of Grab Orch aril Springs have been Installed and give evidence of their clllclency and a bright future Is predicted for this fam cue resort The sale of Mr Alfred Davis on Sat urday tens largely attended and every thing brought fair prices Mrf Davis ill mesa to too tdortly ncd occupy the old Higgins property on Lancaster street Miss Annie Bronaugh has returned homo after a protracted stay with friends In Madison county ant other places Mr lyon Fish of Stanford visited bis mother and sisters Saturday and Sunday Prof Klggs baa returned from his trip to Southern Kentucky and will con tinue bra Instructions to the band und will also organize a vocal slues hero wblcb we trust will bo a great advan tage to both old and young There will bo a box supper Wednes day night at the school building In the Interest of tbo band buys and as the young mon have rdado mlln worthy efforts toward Inlilolulnlag themselves a large attendance Is desired and nunn boxes as can bo contributed will bo ac ceptable W F Thompson and wife and Mrs Walton former residents of this com munity left Dryden Va on the 6th for fuels old Kentucky home It scald the largest evolve that over gathered at Dryden upon a similar occasion seam bled nt the depot to too thetn off for their native land whom they were gladly welcomed by tbolr many friends at Crab Orchard and Mrs Stapp hue bees conductinga rerv successful private school during the unfuebled condition of Dr Stapp and It afford her great pleasure to state that during tho whole term so far she has not had occasion to speak a harsh word to a pupil Mr Robert Collier and family aro comfortably domiciled In the homo of Mrs Alice lowland whore they will keep a few boarders Miss Arethueu Cloyd Is upending a wellearned roar with her aunt Mrs Patton after a successful school term in Garrard county Misses Sallle and Ado McWhorter two of our lovely young ladles are also enjoying a rest after their praiseworthy efforts In the school room during the late summer and fall It Is certainly a very com mendable trait In young ladles who are ambitious enough to make themselves useful and Independent Mr sail Mrs J F Gummier of Stanford spent Sun day with the family of Dr Pettus Miss Llzzlo Cline Is reported better at this writing CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Porter had 45 additions Aaptletdton The largest Sunday school In the world Is at Stockport Eng It has au enrollment of 5000 At tho suggestion of two Chicago Ggodwjak retieouses Tho number of missionaries In tho employ oftbo American Christian Missionary Society for the fiscal year Is 108 The amount of money received from all sources for all purposes a to tal of 80302730 Naybvllleladiet Conference at Jackson Miss said that the Negro would never prosper until he bogies spending his money for teed and education instead of mean whisky Since Rev William Ross Lloyd be Jan work at the Christian church Richmond there have beanJUOO added to tho church and 31000 to 81500 raised annually for misslona Each 8year has closed with money fa the treasury forbeewilld0tea Farrell will preach tbo Introducto ry sermon Campbellncounty was a a tobs fliptobend In the water II81Vhnt most people wont is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chambftrlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In clluct For seta by Craig Hooker Druggists The dead bodies of Jolf Hubbard of Paboraga wore found In a slough on the outskirts beeni r = = x We Are Headquarters for The Purest of Drugs Watch Out For Our Opening of CHRISTMAS GOODS Call and see us Craig Hooker Stanford if WE ARE READY lLJJ I FOR Et1 l i Ei1 Christmas10 1 Are rOllt Whatever is wearable Is useful fora Christmas Present J1Et1j1JITVPAYS TO TRADE AT t 1l THE GLOBE I t tttJ Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing nnd Repalrhngi iJI4sj lHr Tl iIT9lI R p Jas EWryeHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglas firstclassDry JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD B NTVOKTe andIguaranteemanship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have bolded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough sand Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered aaar S OVERCOATS SUITS AND ODD PANTS From the best manufacturers See our line before making yonr pur chase W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky s 1 1 1 1 If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Stopii 1 StanfordJiKy i Weoiseonlythe best medicine rw+ a Rrrweni uP x l r THE INTERIOR JOURN S TAXKOitii KY Drc 11 1 OO E C WALTON UNTIL MKlnloy took hla pea In hand to write hltt message delivered to Con gross last Monday Cleveland held tbe record us having written the longest message of any but McKlnloyV elfor- tlas him in tho shade by 2000 words A good many paper make a blow of having printed It In full but the Cln olnnatl Enquirer which didnt give n great deal more of the document tban the INTERIOR JOURNAL did felt ltat s itself on having used the blue pencil and pared it down to the core We are glad to know that the custom of make log a lumber loft of newspaper pagel on account of the magic of the sl nature of a president a secretary of tbe treasury or any person of that 60rt It falling Into disuse and that many of the leading papers are following tbe lead of the courageous Cincinnati sheet SECRETARY GAGE estimates that will require 1620 741762 to pay the expenses of the government next yet or some 40000000 more than th year In the estimate tbo enormous sum of 9144000000 Is set down for pen along and it la over 35 years since tbe close of the war We agree with tbe sentiment that the countrys defend era should be liberally rewarded but this is carrying liberality into lavish ness Tnejole Is constactly growin and has nearly reached the rallllo mark NOT satisfied with pensioning eViry man that ever thought of going to war Congress is about to set the precedent of pensioning Congressmen Boutollc of Maine who is confined In an Insane asylum is to bf appointed a captain upon the retired list of the army on his resignation as Congressman so tha be can draw a retired otlioers pay thi rest ot his life and his wife have a pen elon afterward This is a great country or it would not be able to pension most everybody and grant subsidies to al favored institutions THE appolntmcntof Hon Charlesw Towne to succeed Cushman K Davis of Minnesota will give general satlsI faction Democrats generally will bi glad that their ally In the recent elec tion has been so signally honored Mr Towne was nominated by the populist for president but declined to run against Mr Bryan to whom he gave his support and that of his followers u much as he couldIA LAWYER and a preacher at WIT liamson W Va settled their differences as to dancing by shooting It out The preacher who claimed that most of the evils that oflllct society grew out of the lustful waltz and other danceI was killed outright but not had perforated the dlaphram of the lawyer who waa president of the Cotil lion Society As the Duke of Manchester was de barred from sitting in the House of Lords because hats a bankrupt It was about time for him to secure an Ameri can heiress whose father was willing to put Up his money for a title He found c one In the person of Miss Zimmerman of Cincinnati wbo Is the daughter of Mr Eugene Zimmerman weli known to Kentucky railroad circles rIT doesnt take Editor Landram of the Central Record long to dispose of such small matters as the presidents message He sayeIThe presidents message was read to Congress Monday Its as longas a widowers love letterI republicans say Its all right and demo orals say Its no good We will take their word for it Tim prohibitionists will have anoth er kick coming The Philippine commission has licensed liquor saloons In Manila at 4100 each pets year If the republicans wont let the constitution follow the lag they seem at least determined that the saloon business shall do so W S TAYLOR did not apply for the appointment of internal revenue coma missioner One of his overzealous friends wtote a letter suggesting his name for the place We gave him cred it for having more sense and hardly enough gall to do such a thing Tim bill for the army reorganize tion provides for the appointment of jfo dental surgeons to look after the teeth of the soldiers The beef that the con tractors furnish is so tough that experience bhows such an innovation Is necessary Miss JULIA MAIti owE tho actress refuted to use the word damn even in a play and is thereby deserving of congratulation Miss Maclowo seems to be bead and shoulders above the ether actresses In her line In more ways than this THE press of this State as well as all who know the gifted gentleman will learn with regret of the death of Walter Champ senior editor of the Bourbon News which occurred at Par Is Saturday morning isLA novice evidently draws them and tbo average blacksmith could do a battr Job naklng the plates IT Is now the Somerset Republic instead of the Paragon Brer llaos ford has Improved on the name now he should try his baud on his papora mean politics Got MOUNT of Indiana has been given a dose of his own medicine Gov Thomas of Colorado refused to honor 0 requisition from the old assassin holdo POLITICAL Bourbon democrats will hold a prl mary June 1 Corn sales at 210 are reported In Bourbou The total vote cast in Kentucky tor presidential electors fn tho recent elec tloo was 407105 Kentucky republicans now feel sure that Congress will divide the State Into two judicial districts Stephen H Caudlll was appolfte postmaster at Iloxcana Letcher couu ty vice George Hogg removed passIentire day was devoted to debate on billsD R Collier who has been In charge of the pension office since Sept 11 was succeeded yesterday by Leslie Combs the old incumbent Representative Gilbert has Introduc ed a bill to pay the estate of Jacob Uobinson this county SS40 for damages caused by the Union army It Is stated that in the event Job W Ycrkcs Is appointed United State revenue commissioner Col D R Col liar will succeed him as collector It Is now believed that Joseph H Manley of Maine will not accept the commlsslonerfthlp of internal revenue and that the position will shortly be tendered John W Yokes By a vote Of 116 to 133 the House passed the Army Reorganization bill Save that two democrats voted for It and one republican against It It wit passed by a strict party vote Fifty members of the Kentucky Glut of New Decatur Ala have engrossed suitable resolutions which to ether with a handsome gold headed cane wlllbe presented to Gov Beckbam AI member of the club will deliver the cane to him nOD G G Gilbert has indorsed Mlei Lizzie Cohen of Martlnsvlllc and Mrs S A Harding of Danville for post lions In the census and agricultural departments Miss Cohen la scheduled for the census department and Mrs Hording for a place In the agricultural departmentSenator Introduced in the Sen ate bis bill for the division of Kentucky Into two judicial districts The bill only differs from the original Intro duced two years ago in tbat It substl tutes London for Richmond as one of the place for holding court in the proI posed Eastern part Because no proclamation was luuedI by the governor for the special electionI jf the circuit judge in the cial district to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Clark the State commissioners declined to Issue a certificate of election to Judge James H rtnslcy the republican candidate but certified to the governor that he re dyed the only votes cast for circuit judge 10000 in numberJA Louisville dispatch says A move neat Is on among republicans to give United States Senator WJ Deboo a hard throw down for the United States ienate and If the next Legislature is republican W O Bradley will be the next Untied States Senator from Ken tuck All the elforts of the republi cans from this time forth is to elect a upubllcan majority In both houses and to send Bradley to the Senate The fourth 20 per cent of the school per capita due the teachers of tbeI State Is being sent out by Treasurer lager The total amount due the eachers Is 82310216 Of this amount i2l5t07C51 goes to the country teachers and 8127120 lit to the city schools TheI otter Is both the third and fourth payI nenu The lust 20 per cent of the or capita Is due on the second RaturI lay of January next and Auditor Coul er says that the money will to nentout irouptly THIS AND THATIAmerican salesmen now have absolute control of the retail beef market n EnglandII Three mon were drowned by the tow boa Dick Fulton Punning down a skill itTriilustry 0IThe mother of Editor John Rr McI Jsan of the Cincinnati Enquirer Is lead In Washington- Dr Vandenburga meeting at tbeI First Presbyterian church at Harrode burg resulted In HI additionsIJudge Snccd of Knoxvlllc decided that theantl cigarette law is void and Igarettca are now on sale In KnoxI v1le Capt James Garrard of the regular army has opened a recruiting station at Middlcsboro London Jelllco and Plnevllle j Capt George T Price u prominent Confederate veteran of Bowling Green ccidentally shot himself and died soon fterward THLOU ISVILL STOR I The Store That Saves You Money On Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings taken at random front hnnclreds tluttIiboltntl throngllout UVCry lelnhtf We illustrate u filet special bargains many will he more than wJifcn your I mcnt Luck SpiloprCVentS enumerating all but your fondest bargain hopes eyes behold what is m store fur you here 600 pairs of Ladles Kid Gloves black tan and white worth eland 125 at 6tc Ladles Yarn Mittens offered you In this sale at only lOc Ladies Jersey Gauntiett Gloves word 35c at 25c through this sale Ladies Belts Ladies Patent Leather Holts Gilded edge with nice Harness Buckle worth 50 our brice Vic Ladles Black Leather Belts hook ant eye fastenings worth We at 15c Table Linen COlnch Red Plaid Table Linen worth 25especlal price 2fc 04Inch Roil Table Linen only He Shoes and Boots Boys and girls solid leather school Shoos worth tl pair go in this great een lational sate at 50 of Ladies Sample Shoe worth 160 special price bring as they lau 7Wc Cloaks and Capes Ju t received 200 Double Capes fur inCdAyorih 50 special price Kc lAdies allwool Jackets at 203 160 and 443 will cost you double the price eask in any other store in town Children Reefer Jackets nt USe f US 1 US worth double the price LadiS you must sep our Jackets and Capes to appreciate the great bargains- e have to offer guarantee to save on from 49 to 50 per cent on any Jacket or Cape IAlbert Ball and Miss Ida Wllllan were married at Nathan Singleton FridayIrvine Hall and James Helm linemen were seriously Injured by tbe breaking of a telephone pole at Parli Ky Of 1000 men who marry It is found tbat 332 marry women younger than themselves 579 marry women of the same ago add 89 marry women older than The engagement of Mies Amanda T Arnett of Plsguh this State aud Mi William S Watson of Atlanta Gu Is announced the wedding to talc place on the evening of Dec 27 at New Union Christian church in Woodfon county Miss Arnett is tho daugbtci Mr and Mrs Clark Arnett of Wood ford Bounty and Is wellknown In Lox tngton Mr Watson is a very prowl nent business man and Is most hlghl spoken of by all fortunate enough to know him HUSTONVILLE The knowing ones say there will bci wedding hero on the 20tb J Beechar Adams Is thinking of building a home on Danvlllo Avenue Llpps Sc Myers mill Is at a standstill while a new boiler Is being put In E P Carpenter had a valuable steer to fall over a cliff and dlo from the of fdcta James C Reid sold a pair of mulct for 3100 Ho has the best pair of matched mule colts in the State The Red Men will have a great time the evening of tbo 27tb when they will give an entertainment and banquet Doe Dryo S Co bave a round dozen good horsos ready for Eastern buyers They ura about as nice a lot as was ever gathered here Mr K C Hoppsr of Lau nin sent his pretty Miss Camllle hopper of this place a handsome plato for a Christmas present AT IM this morning Squire L H Adams who has been for a long time was barely alive with the chances against hU living through the day J W Foley who had his legs cut off by a Q 1C train some time ugo will to Cincinnati In a few days to have some loge made We hear tho rail road company will bear the expenses Wtt William has bought of Mrs Nannie Owens her dwelling on Mid dleburg Street for 8150 and will move to it Miss Ellen Powers bought the residence now ocnuped by Mr VII llama for 1100 Mr Samuel Reid has received from his eon Carrol B Reid a reclining nhalr which for comfort It Is bard to beat Mrs Reid says tbat bo will not leave the chair long enough to fo to his meals so proud is ho of it Clothing Never before was good reliable cloth ing otlercd at the we are offering theta during thisaresl fotisitlonal bargain tale We ate overloaded with heavy Suits and Overcoat and low prices will sell them quickly ome for ollrlelf nnd ISaltfor about half what tiny other merchant will ask you for the same good pantslinedour low price ISc quaflyMens Jeans Coat regular J2 quality at USe Special bargains In Mens and Hoys lined Duck Coats Mens black aid Iflue Cheviot Suits fIiI value at i208 tOilS finest Custom mach FulU 25 different Itlu8 to select tutu will cost you 1160 in any other Morn our price toIjI pain of lvs Heavy wool 50c quality in tin sale 2 c Hustonvllle will bave a nice opera house before long It will have a seat ing capacity of 400 and will bo equip ped with modern stage furniture and scenery Dr Alcorn the owner nail not rented It yet but thero are several applicants Rev Alton of Danvlllo will dedicate the building with a ser and Mrs Samuel held who have been sick are about well James W Alton who had the tip end of one of his lingers cut off some time ago has had a severe spell of ills wife Is not well unit bU ailed father le III KJ Sherman and Dlnecn of the Q C were over for u few days hunt with Messrs T L Carpen ter and L M Reid Mrs E P Car penter U staying with her parents Mr and Mrs John in town while her husband lit out West Sid Adams of Danville was up Sunday A FEW 1OINTS OK SUPKlUOlllTY IN TILE Homo Ai r Blast For Sale by Coats Some merulmiuti will believe that Mackintosh Coats havegon up wo say our Mackintosh Coats are bet tor onil cheaper this year than ever before Capo Mackintosh Coats worth f2 al 1125 260 Macktntoih Coats related in this sale to f148 tape Mackintosh Ooati anchor brand extraheavy quality and never known tc sell for less than f4 come and get one now at f1US Ladles amlMlRSe J50o quality Union Suit reduced to rYr- rr 25c W p Ladles Fine Kgyptlan Cotton Fleece lined Yeas with taped neck pant to match worth 25o per garment our wn a national price only I5c LarK line of finest Keypttatt and Peel tr Cotton tlecccil lined Vents or Pant ex tra heavy usual price hoc our prlco 25c 600 Childrens heavy ooh samldo from tic to 35o now only 5c Monn heavy Glands Hair and elands ribbed Uoderw sr worth boo a garment our low uiiiurFel ing price only 25c Mens Fleeced ool Uwterwear axtra heavy quality will oust you from The to 11 elsewhere our low prlio only 48c Our allwool Flannel tot Men and Ladius cheeps than over be fort We are headquarters for all kinds of Imtcrwcar COOJpalr Illanketa white nail largo enough for any lIed worth I pair InJthlB bargain cae at GSc All fl 25 UlnnkcU reduced to75o Ill S3 UlankeU reiluccd toiWc- AI higher priced Blankets half price Heavy Comforts nt 4Se i5c USe 123 situ fl48 worth double the money Dont miss this great sale II Ladies Dress And Waists Flannel 11ald0Odozen and Hinter Flannel Waluls In limn Jrbrown oAtdlim1 guru anti polk dety- wad worth fh oar slsehal unto or IU hair and aiirv worth i9 etcrt rIbtraIi 35 as long a il y will last now only IIOrIThe LOUISVILLE STORE j T D RANEY Manager Stanford KLI tbcmselveaI daughter monMr rmuralgla Captains Dlnwlddlc Radiant TRY THEM LIKE THEM Higgins McKinney Mackintosh tninnkoyat 48c Vests- worth Imlerwitar Blankets Comfost Skirtsi 1fOiloali 00JLatlisiPlaMircll New Hats v New Shapes New Colors I All the new and dressy things in Mens WearAs well as all the staple goods JH0J0 IM91 2mJlTI1Rl I LOOk 00tTHE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING i In a Few Days and My Large Display Will Be Made Dont Fail to Visit Me IL IL W1O1BThTS The Pharmacist Not Money But Lamps TO BURN Two Litmuses Dinner Sets at a Low Price Also an Elegant Line of Salmis Cake Plates and Many I t0SeeBisps Figures and Ckailnr Sets Prices Ycty Low Considering Grade of Goods lie Sure to Take a Glance at Oar Ten Cent Counter CEO H FARRIS Co- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOUIJ KY Dw II 1500 Tug belL materials combined with goodtaroresults No other methods are over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS Tilt aged Mr James Glvoot U crit- Ically III- MACK WALLACK continue low of typhoid fever MRS J H IAXTOX has been quite elek of lonitlltU J FOX DUUDKRAK It pending a few days with bU parents C V GKNTUY and Will Emory went to Lexington yesterday Mil JONAS McKuNZiK of Vernon wag hero nt court yesterday J T JOSS went to Mt Vernon yesterday to do tome plumbing IIOMtnt C WItAY made a business trip to Nlcholaivlllo Saturday MR J Mr PETTUB and bride return cd from tbolr bridal trip Saturday MINK HOST J B WILLIS of CrabT Orchard Springs was hero Sa bliss A H SKVBKANCK has gone to Hecdcrionvlllc N C for the winter A II BASTIN of Lancaster was on yesterdays train en route to Lexington MIss SUK YANTIS spout several days with Mln Georjjlo Ilcnry at Lancaster Mats G A McIlonnitTS spent sty- oral a da with her parents In Gar oyardMats JACOII PAOALKY left for Han j taro Kansas yesterday to join her bus- band BAUIK llttlo daughter of lien Iof t rel of Morcland U very low of ty r Ptpb hl fever lJ F Coots of Lexington Union t altleJhMISSle vtiUlDR bur sliuir Miss Pearl Philr lhlaCentral Heoonl- OMOWAV NANOH one of 1lureere lever republicans was here mingling with friends yMtarday 3- MKRSIIS J M AIVKMON and lJar- viy helm are at Frankfort to MO Guy IlMkbam Inaugurated COL Gnoituit c WHIISTBK of India Dapolli was nolng alter his loterot athJ Crab Orchard Sprlnjr last week Missus MAOOiKMcIlARDY nod So pronln Montgomery of McKInncyC were RUQIU at this olJIco MlBS TKVI8 CAlUBNTHit has return od from a protracted vlitlt to relative In ICnoxvllle Chattanooga und Atlanta MlSSSUK WllUKllAlH who bpont two month very ploaiuntly with roU to stivo In Kansas City returned homo yesterday J 8 HUHIIES of Wet Point en- gagedt with a largo textile manufactory was visiting merchants hero this week Somerset Journal MIL WILL WIIITB SK of Crab Orchard visited hit daughter Mr Lawrence of this place the first of the wcckI Klrksvlllo cor Registerr Ins JAMBS I HAMILTON of Lan I caster was hero Friday to moot her husband who had been down In Tonne co and Mississippi selling horses A LKTTKK from Dr U M Ibclps of at Silver Cliff Cal contains tho good news that ho may return hero and to cato again Wo hope ho will decide toq do so HON G A LACKKY and Mis Ophelia Lackey went to Louisville Sunday to attend the marriage of his son William G Lackey of St Louts to Miss nqo SwUthelm WInlersmllh this evening GAIT K W LlLLAitl and Mr B F Sluvln of Danville wore up to too u yesterday Tho captain is delighted with his prospects of winning the State Scnalnrshlp TUB Lexington Democrat In Its mon don of a reception given by Mrs A T Carlthcre says dire Leo Huffman n lovely gown of gray crepe do chine I presided over tho coffee urn WInrd this week and Mr J T Dudderar 1will takochurgo of tho farm ho leaves he bought some time ago TllK speech Mr Morris Fred of this place made before the Millers Con vention at Lexington was so Rood It ty was decided to publish It In the Northwestern Millers Record at Indlanapo liefris Fred of Stanford encoded the Millers meeting yesterday and the former delivered an address that was highly complimented Lex Morning Democrat AtTEit a delightful stay with role Lives and friends at Kingston Mr and Mrs A W Curd neo Munday Mrs Mary Bronaugb and granddaughter t Sties Anne all of Stanford returned to r their homes SatnrdnyPantagrapht CIIAIIIKS NORTH of Mt Salem wants to be a naval cadet Ho has secured the Indorsement of tho Kentucky delegation and la reasonably euro of landing the placo Representative Gil bort wilt see the president and urge North appointment Washington t Cor Lou Times aeoldentallyInto Troylor distillery yesterday and had one fool badly maltleu h LOCALS WATCH my window Hamilton r 11111 your dYU ou Hamilton window NBW lot of ready raadu skirts John P Jones WATCHES clocks and Jewelry of all kinds at Embry ft Knglemani Now Is a good time to placo your order for holiday picture MUs Sacray OrncE for rent in INTERIOR JOUR NAL MONIYAbout8Od building Apply to C WaltonI on good security Thl olllco for particu fats NICE lot ol furplturo and rugs at Beaaloy k Hays Gut their price before buying WANTBD a good farmshand Must bo Industrious and moral Small fami ly desired W P Tate FORTY FIVK now pattern In Ladles Geuu gold watches 5S60 to 145 hom peoo the Lancaster jeweler WATCH out for W B McRobert ad II of Christmas trlx In next Issue JIll stock b now open for Inspection Call and sea It e TILE children are looking forward to Christmas tree which will be given by the Christian church In Us building n Christmas Eve IK you havent bought your jacket capo or fur we can IItVIS you SI to 82on the garment Price out to close out ScveratMMSon I e TUB young people will give a hop at Walton Opera House Thursday night S7tb Solbort Orchestra of Luulivllle will make tho music TO rnnLAllIE9Ourlineofhulldayg- oods cannot be excelled Bond your hutbandiwirlv so you can ROt choice are going foal George II Far is ft Co TUB largest assortment and lowest prlotH In Diamonds Jewelry Sterling Utlr Cut Glan and fancy Imnortod Rood for Christina presents Thomp sun the Lancaster jewolerto NBWS of the death of Mr Mary of Capt John Howard of Cheat as been resolved hare Mrs Howard was tbo mother of balsa Gertrude How formerly of the Stanford Female ollege Faculty and la ipokon of as an oxoelUnt Christian woman OlrLln tbocounty court yeitorday Judge Halley Clerk Cooper and County Attorney Halm had Scarcely anything do except look wise The only thing dono was the probating of Mr Caro lina Bartoli will and u very small mount of routine burlnos Two TO Tin vAtttu term of tho Ca ny circuit court which ended Saturday Mont Burton got seven years for killing Miss Holt and Rev nell got 131 years for reducing his 11yearold step daughter Tho two parsed through Hustonvllln Saturday on their way to tho pen Tin HarroJsburg Democrat says that next Friday will bo Maccabco day that place A clean of 15 or 20 candidates will bo Initiated Into the mys sties of that order alter which a ban uet will be enjoyed Our Mr SL I1 Klkln Is there working up Moccnboo buHine ASICKI regarding candidacy for reelection to tho Stato Senate tom George T Farris of this city said ho would undoubtedly bo In the race pro vided Casey county did not want the nomination Ho claims Its Caseys turn and If a candidate from there an nouocuiClio will under no circumstan tea oppose him Central Record THE Standard Rubber Corporation- of I roc ton Muss hilt mode an assign wont owing to tho Illhealth Of the manager and the poor undo that the company hue had thlll year In Its lead lag lino Mr George U Bruno form erly of Stanford bought un Interest In tho firm sono two yenta ago and his friends hero and elsewhere will bo sorry to learn of his bad luck Tin candidates for tbo various coun olllce met yesterday but could reach no agreement lit to how they wanted the ticket named only four or vo of the of thorn expressing themselves In avor of a primary Tho county com mlltco snot In the afternoon and dOdd cd to postpone action until county court day In January when It la to bo hoped that the candidates will have agreed on some method of nominating Tnt announcement of M G Roy nolds of WayncsbuiR appears In an other column Ho would like to assess tho property of Lincoln and thorn are who would be glad to see him got he nomination for assessor Dudalt ho la familiarly known IB a true blue democrat and an excellent gentlemen and well qualified for the olllce As deputy sheriff under T D Nowland and S bL Owen ho gave entire sails faction and we believe ho would plenjo ho peoplu equally as well In the olllco ho aspires DOT fall to too the lOo counter George H Farrjs dt Co IoreIlnndWALL paper atrr5dkcedprices and vary cheap at W B MoRoborts HANAN Shoed for mon and Krappen dorfs for ladles sold by John P Jones FOR tale two cows ono heifer ono pig and six lino rooster Will See erance CALL eonouurllno of Rook wood potterysomething entirely now Hamilton LADIES you should tnko a peep at the elegant china display at George H Ferris f Coa- RtMEMiIE1t v that Barlow S WllsonV Minstrels will be at Walton Opera house on Saturday evening Dec 22d A boy named Prathcr was acquitted before Judge Bailey Saturday of stealing a holt from J H Baugh man WE can not stock coal wo have been doing so you had bettor get your coal while you can J II Baughman f Co SOLID gold studs scarf pins culT links and rings at Embry k Eagle mans NOTICE TO fAXIERSYourIIC- h0l11 tax le duo Settle on or before the 1Jtb day of December WOO L R Husoes Trcasurerol District No GO TO Lancaster to buy your Xmas goods of J C Thompson Largest stock In Central Kentucky to soled from Full lino of Bust of Indians St e Thompson tho Lancaster jeweler Soul of tbo ca teafor county ddlco arts curtailing expenses ti withholding their announcements Only 11 are announced white 21 told their tales of woo ui u meeting they bold yesterday TOMIKINS Mr Mary A Tomp kins mutter of Mesdames L II Pryor end William Goooh formerly of this county Is dead at Lexington Sho was very old and had befen an Invalid for more than a year LET tbo people know what you have In the way of Christmas presents in lour Christmas edition next Friday and the following Tuesday Counting five lu a family these editions will go before the eyes of nearly 40000 people 10000 or more of whom lire In Lincoln county Tin wife or Henderson Baugb of Highland died Saturday night alter a three weeks Illness of u complication of troubles and was burled In the Meth odist church grave yard there al 10 oclock yesterday morning after ser vices by Rev J M Cook She was 13 years old u consistent member of tbo Baptist church nod a good woman In every way Besides the down cast hus band two children a boy of 12 and a girl of seven survive ATin CONTEST Mr E H Bcazley has decided to bold tbo books open H few days for entries In his public school declamatory contest which will be held at Walton Opera House Tuesday night Dee 23 The entries so far are Stanford Miss Roberta OBannon Beech Grove Miss Sidle Baugbman Moroland Miss Jones and Rowland Miss Klmore Hustonvllto entry was promised for yesterday but it bad not arrived up to the hour of going to proseAURNNTJoiS RICE gotafter us about the Item tn our last paper which stated that the express company charged us Wo for a twopound pack aye from Cincinnati The package bore the stump Cincinnati 0 and wo very naturally thought llcumo from there but found later it started from Faulkner N V Ho says his company only got 12 cents fur bringing it from Cincinnati which Isnt so cheap Itself Of course Mr Rico can not regulate his company rates and Is not responsible for them but we believe If It wero In his power ho would cut their prlco about half In two which seems to us woiilil be about right Tint teachers mauling the Stan ford magisterial district was culled to order at the court house by Miss Annlo Dunn Saturday morning at 1030 After u song the association was led In prayer by Rev S M Rankin In a few well chosen words Supt Garland Singleton delivered the welcome ad byMissMiss Belware Discipline Miss Stel la McClary Primary Reading and Sirs II 0 Phillips A Model School trtiowed touch study and were highly complimented by the association Prof M O Winfroyhod Dr SV F HIckle talked very entertainingly on Drawing and Hygleno respectively As usual Mlsa Esslo Burch recited well Prof T J North delivered a splendid decla mation Tho association la indebted to Prof Miller E L and DeWItt Grubbd Rev S M Rankin Dr Shelton and others for their Instructive talks en subjects open for general dis cussion Alter singing HGod bo With You Till we Meet Again the assocla lion adtjourned sine die STKHLINO sllvsr novelllefrof nil kinds ai Embry L Eoglemans 10000 HAtns of nil grades of bay for sale cheap J H Baughman f Co SagelFloe all the go for Knitting fascinators shawls etc Jones keeps a full lino FIREWORKS My license for selling fireworks expires on tho 22nd You had better lay in your Christmas supply now W H Brady AT McKinney before Squlro W A Coffey Sam nod John Yocum and Sam uel Uplhcgrove wero fined 85 each for breach of the peace lamas Hunn va bold In 8100 for stealing a horse from A B Austin THE public la Invited to attend the entertainment by the RedMen at Odd Fellows Hall tomorrow night Speak ore will bo prestoand the music will be a feature Red Men can secure tickets to the banquet at Beazley S flays store MATRIMONIAL Charles B Cundlff of Somerset and Miss Emma Reid of Covlnglon will bo married early In January William Wballen aged 17 and Miss Julia Gray 13 eloped from Crlttenden county to Evansvllle ladand were marriedAt residence of the brides fath In Livingston Robt Harris of Whites Station Madison county was married to Miss Loris McGilre The wedding of Mlt Rose Winter smith and Mr William Gatewood Lack solemnlzqdTuoFourth avcnuu Methodist cuurch Louisville tbo Rev James Moore ollclat decorationyWlutnrmllh the brldos sister will bo TIact as man bridesmaids will be Misses Ophelia ckeyCorneJla MoKelvy and Vary Wlntersmlth tbcushors Messrs Brent Goodloe Will Martin of St Louts Theodore and James Wintersmlth Courier Journal 31 G REYNOLDS 11 candidate for Atsestorof Lincoln cnun tj nubjovt to the action of the democratic pnrty 91 S KAUGHHAN 11a candidate fur SlierllT of Lincoln oun subject to the union of list democratic party EWLILLARU Of Danville H a candidate for Stato Sonntor CaseynoyleandOurrardrountiersubject party NOTICE IVtrnoni having claims against the Info II proventoJ T IEAVKLL Adrnr Ullbcru Creek ICy Stockholders Meeting A meetlnpof the utookholden of the Na tlntitil Hank of Ilustonvlllo will Ira held at their bunking In Ilustonvlllo the 2nd Tuesday In Innnary tool between 0 BUll 12 for thu purpose of erecting nlno dl rectorn to servo the J SvIIQOltrn0as- ldetStockholders Meeting A meetlngof the ttxkholder of the Lln coIn County National Hunk of Stanford will Iw hold at their lunklnR hruso tho second Tuesday In January luoi for tho puriosoof electing II yearJStockholders Meeting A mcctlngof thOHtookholderaof the Tint National Hank of Stanford will Iju held at their hanklnif liouso tho second Tuesday In January tar the purpose of electing director yearJOHN Cashier PUBLIC SALE I will sell lit public auction at Duddernrri Mill on Mix River on THURSDAY DEC 13 I9OO The following described property consist Ing of 10 oxlru high grade cows yearling ruulloy lielfvn extra good mulley heifer calves 2 extra good mulley bull calves I good bull calf with horns All of these cattle are blood red Will also sell some household furniture Also plows mower east roller bucklMinrd harness etc Salo will livglu promptly at 10 a m made known on day of sale J AnunilRItAR Ollberu Creek Ky rUBLIC SALE Ol A Fine Farm As agent for tho adult Legs of John K Iettus deccasul t will on Saturday Doc 22 I9OO On tho promise near Ireachernvllle Ky on Lancaster Grab Orclmrd pike call to the highest bidder tho farm occupied by thin late John IMettus containing about 23 acres of tddrh a jutgo portion Is now li bluegrus All abundant supply of never 1111Iton and then as u o no reserve or by bidding hut tho highest bidder fortTiinNS Onethird rush tho remalhdcr on a credit of one end two years with Interest from day of sale the purchaser having the privilege of paying cash and saving In terest given Jan IDOl 1er sons desiring to sco tbo land before the said are Invited to cull on thin at the homo W n TETTUS Agent a AY c i TUB souffiffln mutual investment OF LEXINGTON KY JNSVRANCE EEVEeSDD I I We pay while you live Old Line Companies pay when you die Which do you prefer Over 300000 puid in Living Benefits Over SurplusGO000 in September Further particulars apply to J C Builey or E DPchnington Local AgtH Stanford John G Auslin Special Agent Bradfordsville Ky j Our War on Furni ture Continues and our Goodsare going out by the load WeIwant all the from the adjoining towns to get in the band wagon Our prices and goods are bound to suit them Call in when you come town and see W W WITHERSi Christmas Goods i New and useful We have just returned from the home of old Santa whore we purtchased many nU e things for the holiday trade such as EBONY TOILET SETS Jewelry Cases Collar and Cuff lipxes Elegant silk Suspenders Fine Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Ebony Hand Mirrors Shaving Sets Silver Mounted Umbrellas Satin Damask Towelsa Fancy Work Baskets Fancy Stools New DresD Goods Hosiery Ties Etc If you will bring year Christ mas memorandum we will supply your wants is tho occasion demands P JONES Stanford IJOHN Smii4J1I i Cut Prices on Capes Cut Prices on Furs Cut Prices on Jackets i1iiOut P Ices on Hundreds of Articles When Loo1 Ing For i1 Christmas Presents 1 uKfKJ fine Jomforls Finn DlanketJ Flue ShoesiFrench Flannels iMc I SEVERANCE SONSIOpposite Court house +ij5 ib ffirti3 lifB Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue toeMRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KYM nAVe now n complete stock Of Building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Coiling Ppon Sash Hllnds and all klndiot Dressed and Rough Lumber Shingles and Steel Rooting cut Iotits Ac We make estimates on uuyklnd of work wante Omce opposite Isr L n Cooks h r I rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL atalallah4Tuaaday acL Fz14av 1 PER YEARCASH When not topaldSaOO will bectaarg Entered n the poilojjict at Stunfor n r eeonddnu matter i KNOXVILLE D1VISIDH 21 Tmlo solos North M 2tu u u 211 IT 23to South MM12 8a 23 MMU it I For allirolnt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoJ Arrrlrei at Stanford at 108 No 21 Uare Stanford at 210 NoSt ArrlteaatUowUndat 1100 DAT o22 Leaves Stanford at 280 PM QUEEN CRESCENT NO501l22Aoor sr No 0 r rt joint South No2 doesnt top Nat 81 No 6 121 r N No 10 6 AM FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Frankfort at 650 AM 340 and with theI P A O Hetnrnln IeareIariaat930Axand5- r reaching Frankfort after Oont Q 710 r and 9 IS P IA C Ir inat l lO The latter train leare for rat AT UWTnN OWt u15A LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Corn sold at 2 at Tittles silo 10 BoyleD Anderson sold to B F Patton 15 calves at 814 T P Tuttle sold to B C Sandld e 10 800 pound cattle at 3jc Jj Thompson bought of various parties a bunch ot steers at 82360 W W Lyon Co bought of Wt Matheny two twoyearold mules a160 M J Farris bought 86 800 to 100 pound cattle hero yesterday at 31 to 4e M S Baucbman bought of J M ColTey tour tbrce year old mules at 87750 Dr J B Oweley sold to Dan Hester 87 acres of land adjoining J T Embi at about840 The Central Ilecord notes the IInles of corn at 2 yearlings at 824 and bog at 4Jo to 4 40 O it Layton of Garrar sold his crop of 6000 pounds of tobacco ID Lou Isvlllo Friday at 8320 Hon Jas II Minor has sold his Farr of 00 acres on the Harrodaburg pike for 8SOOO to W B Walker W P Tuejrje of Garrard lost by death four horses last week He Is at a loss to know what killed them Ellas B Brown sold his farm of 350 acres near Springfield to M L Sear cy of WlllUburff for 817000 cash Green Horn of Mercer have bought uo and delivered to IL C Mul liDs of Danville 1532 turkeys at5c a poundJ Palmer and James Claux have rented J E Storrnes large barn at Lancaster and wilt buy about 100OC pounds of tobacco At Alfred Davis sato Saturday hOls brought1 to 4c sheep 312 calve 81485 cows 820 toe4 horses 830 bny 814 per ton Crowd good At the stock show sa0 at Chicago tho champion steer sold for 50 neon per pound to Schwartzcolld Sulzberi II Co It Is the highest price tlver paId in the world At a sale In Shelby county 10 mule brought 8135 to 150 horses 835 to 870 cows 835 to 48 150 sheep 675 hogs flic Some farming Implements eot higher than original cost At the recent Chicago sale nine horeea sold at prices ranging from 81 050 to 85000 while 21 sold for 8500 and- over each One hundred and two sold at prices ranging from 8200 each to 5900 Horseshoes weighing an ounce each and Just a trillo larger than a sliver dollar were turned out In a California shot recently They were made for a Shetland pony six months old had small fop CoUUT A fairly pood crowd attended court yesterday and a goof deal of business was transacted There were 3lOcattle at A B Florences pens of which about 200 sold at 21 for com mon butcher stuff to 4c for goad yearling and twoyearold cattle Holfen brought about lIe Mules were In de1 mand at 875 to 8125 The horse trade was dull M J Farris bought of Stlgall Bros 40 good feeding cattle at 3c Jake Huguely bought of Jacob KImberlln2 good twryenr old cattle at 3115 J C Caldwell Friday made the biggest cattle sale of the year In this section und next week ho will deliver to J W Bale agent 445 export beeves at 5c Charles P Cecil sold to Bales 6S at the same prlceAdvocate- ThIs item Is given for the benefit or farmers who may wish to save the cx pence of dehorning their cattle when they grow up Buy a five cent stick of potash and when the little horns make the tlrst sign of starting on the calves wet them with a little water and rub them over with the caustic stick and the calf will never know ihat nature intended that it should have horns The more quietly cow are kept the greater will be the flow of milk What a grievous mistake a man makes by starting his boy to the pasture for the cows with two or morn dogs following It Is as absolutely necessary to keep cows quiet as it is to keep them warm und dry Farmers put this advice Into practice and you will have to keep only as many cows as you have been doing R c a wr as T P Tuttle sold to O P Huffman a bunch of heifers at 3c J I Wilmot sold to S Morgan a bunch of shoats at 410 Over a thousand entries have beeu made to the Kentucky 820000 trottlr Futurity for foals of 1000 Fifteen Angus cattle bred by W U Kerrlck of Bloomington 111 brougl 15yc per pound at the Chicago show Dr Cyrus Wesley and W C Plod of Ansel Pulaskl county have ecvc mules and tIe jacks for sale Write them Heavy steers aro quoted at ito 515 In Cincinnati fair to good 415 to 472 butcher 4GO to 475 good to choice 4 to 41e heifers 2to 41c hogs Ii to 5c sheep 50 to 3 d5 Judge Thomas 7 Morrow of Somerset the ablo jurist and elegant gentle man has a base ball team of nine sons and they are nil worthy chips of a fine old block They have turned out to be successful lawyers merchants and 6010 dlers and one of them Lieut Charle Morrow has just distinguished himself again In the Philippines by routing with a handful of men a large numbc of insurgents The lieutenant Is a twit and his brother was also a llcutcnan In the war with Spain Ho Is a hand some young fellow and comes by hi bravery and fearlessness by Inheritance Judge Morrow is naturally very proud of his sons and bo has reason ti be Lexington Democrat tPNEUMONIA PHEVEXTKD Among the tons of thousands vho haTe used Cnamberlalns Cough Itemed for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has resulted lu pneumonia Thos tVhilfleld tfc Co 240 Wabash avenue Chi cago one of Iho most prominent retail IruKKJst in that city in speaking of this lays tie recommend Chamberlain Cough Remedy for la grippe In many asesns it not only gives prompt nnd com ileto recovery but also counteracts any cndcncy of In grippe to result In pneu nonla For sale bv CraigIk Hoc er Druggists An offer of 8500 made by General gent Alexander Gilmour of Louis vllle and City Agent Edgar Alexanda- representingthe Etna Life Insurance ompaoy was refused by friends act Ing for the widow of the late Charles S Mllwurd of Lexington Milward carrIed a 5000 accident policy In this urapapy The polloy contained a clause agreeing to pay 10 per cent of the face value in case of sulcldf A JIISHT OF TERROR Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the ratefitneral llurnbaia ot Maine whea the lor oraddhs could nut lire till ihornlog write In S IJnonln who attenJel her that tearful Ijht All tbouibt ilia unit won from Pneuonla but she Lead for Jlr Kt gI Sew that It had wore than ooct lJscotfrYjBaJlog had cured h rof ooniaiuptloni After three mall dose ibe slept eaillr all night alld further rural her ThU urrelom medicine la guaranteed to cure all hroat chest and lung dleaees Only sire and Trial InAlle free at lenT Drug Store MerrItt Friend of Irvine fainted aDd tell Into the fire while his aunt Mrll Iamea Friend of Sand Hill Estlll curvy was dressing a boll on his neck rlend remained in the fire until his uDcle returned to the house when he- waa removed unconsclous A lame shoulder la usually caused by eumatlsm of the muscles and may be- curerl by a few applications of t hamber lalns Pain Balm Fur ale by Craig locker Druggists UBLIC SALE 1 at Stock and Farming loplemsnls I wlll- onYcduesday Dec IQ I900 EUIt public outcry to the highest aril best bIdder heaj of mule broke 15 head of cows nnd calves yenrljng Shorthorn yearsIdsdard bred horse IS shouts and n general lIue of terming Implement 200 der J II McKINSEV McKlnney Ky FOR THEf aOUSBHOLD Ten eggs one cup One cup ot butter half a pound A pint nt liquid weighs u pound pOUQdI nn ounce Four kitchen cupfuls of Hour one poundThree kitchen cupfula of cornmeal one pound A solid pint of chopped went Clqo pDuqd A dash of pepper n eighth of a ten poanful Four teaspoonfuls of liquid make onQ Four tablcapoontuls of liquid mat ono gill or a quarter of a cup Two and onehalf cupfuls of powdo cd sugar one pound The W C T U wins a victory asdi delve aa It was unexpected securing in amendment to the Hoot bill abolish fog the army canteen but like Jordan the road from the House end to tbe Senutd end oftbo Capitol and back again Is a bard road to travel It R favorIte trlok of the politicians to pander to pletyby passing moral bills one tlouso and kllllnp them In the other and the women will have to keep an eagle eye on their amendment It the wish to sea It part of tbo measure as Inally adoptedLou TImes SPAIHS aBEA7E3T KEED SIrL I Ollrla of reelona1SIAln spend hie winter al Aikcn lit mused severe p Ini in the reek of his head Un MIl Elxlrlr Illltfti Amerlot greatest llloo and Nrrre niwIy all pains seen II ija Ibis ineJiclns U what his rotmti nttllL All America knows tba It cures lUtr a1 Mney IroubK the blood loon up the loiuach IrenKUttBl tbe cents pats slur nil r sew orga uUbeoodl IfweaketrdorlDINyou DIIL tery Wills patranteed Sold at eunjradrug Another man has coma M grief eon Baling his financial affairs from bls wife A Ulckorytown Pa man bid Stoo In a bag ofraca without making noun to hIs better half tho biding lace Sho sold tho bag and Its con oats to a junk dealer at two oenu u pound THAT 7HROBBINQ MEADACHZ- VfouM aukklv lean you If rw uuvl Dr Ktoj No Life lute Tnatindi eten M save profn thtt aretcblen merit for Elk and Ncrrout llvcil bw hymateparehled atxl lnlDI aRt InilW up your health Ray ta tat Trr- Ibem truly i cuts nuk if rureel- old at Penny drug store UBLIC SALE 1 I will loll at unction at the More land farm Morolaud Station on WednH- day Dec 12th 1800 the following Beet rltxd ojicrty Fourteen aged mUle well broke IIDd good ones one threo year old addle ml1re handsome sorrel mare Crambo U H hands high foaled 1S93 bred by Frank Stures Sauth Elkhorn sired b King ut- wood 10201 dam Iuto Mlchofb by aor- an WHke 29l7 3 dam Ruse Delta by Al mont Chief 361 a dam Ito e Uoddnrd by idlan Chief 5321 dam by Edwin Fortwt IV ism a saddle mare She U nicely broke fund and as ulce mare as In the country I our good 2horse wagons II bay ran tented In 1808 sound nice and a stepper sired Or looker 223S Also a nice gelling been a mllo In 233 at a 2ycarold by ratorio 313 dam has 3ln the list one 217Y Two geldings saddlo horse one year old mule a milk cows und calve 2 binders 1 good as new 32horie cultivators mowr and rake btl la and hnrneasI- is wagon harness Vermllllou feed ter Tiger died harrow l spring tooth hltr- row 3 Frailer carts S Oliver plows and a lot of other farming 7 yearold thoroughbred trotting mare nl1 two 3yearold fillies will also sold Terms made known on day ol sale W H lOUT Morl1ll1l1d Ky Paper Hanging And Painting Seo me before you let your pulntlng will save you money I will turnUh paper nlld put It on tho wall from 10c up In other ads I will sell you paper as chnap us you can buy It In town hang It at 5c per- bolt I will do painting In proportion All- work guaranteed J Stanford Kv I OLD MOCK WHISKY leorgj U Weutherford has a contract for- Felr CONTROL AxnSAir of Old Mock Whls ley In IlustonvlUo Ky- Ii C MOOK Danville Ky W L Douglas SHOES ARE THE BElT- THAT money Gan Buy I See the Newt- IDEALPATENT KID r AT Cummins McClary TURKEYS WANTED 1Owing to llio yaor nnddomornlliMl state of the market t chat nIru lbnu ftecnl per lflllrecu1v findbuygoodsteelup to Irldny luorutli them lu If you want to sell them to mo J K UIIitIS- TIANPRUITTBROS MOKKLANI ICY Furniture LiveryUndertaking Ialr of 7 yoar old well broke mules frnlei IT baud high f t FOR SALE OR RENT I desire to toll or runt my Inrm of tsfl acres altuutod two miles south of Huston vlllo on tie Huatonvlllo tinil MUlilleburi Iledfacestato cultivation well fenced nnd plenty of water Ilea upon It n twostory room frame Iwclllnp necessary outliouHtn good tobacco barn tend stock barn 61xtv acres of tin above land Is virgin soil Will Iclll reasonable or rent to a rood man JOHN McDANIEI Mt Salem Ky COAL SALT I will have my coal bloc completed by Oct t and will krop on hand three grades- of tic best cool also salt nnd I wilt tell It to mercliunl by wagon load at a very mall margin Will continue to pay the highest price Hickory Spokes Stuvmaml u Goods nod Oroctr at rock bottom prices Give mo n trial nod I will nave you money II U KINO JIOHKIAM KV FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE lANVILLE KENTUCKY lion and Mule constantly on hand and orcalektall times W Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster r Kentucky Newly furnished clean betlaj eplendsd able Everything first claM Porters neon all trains 69 nY SIEOIL RExplFST DR GOLDSTEIN rheFyeEpsIanI wlllrnurn tc Stanford Monday IM 17 l KWfir of day only Dr 0 Oolilitrln of I uUTlllo will be In thlt city of Stanford t eo 17 to remain ou dayanA will lit glasses to the eyes of nil who need them lie has made the need ot specialty and nnv one ID at glasses cannot do letter than give him a call will be found at hU rooms at the Veranda Hotel 1arenU of children whot eyes are In any way affected ihould tak them to Dr Goldstein and taro them ex amined Too much cure cannot be taken In title particular as any neglect of parent rosy lend to most serious con e iuencen In afterlife It tine eyes of a child need glass- ca tho doctorcan deterulne U and adjust inch claiie ui will be most apt to preserve nnd Increase their strength Tlc doctor tins been giving aatltfactlon for many years and we recommend him n8 worthy the pa tronnge of Tboso mrffrlnp with their eye should call on him nnd If hedon give them relief It will not cot them my thing Ho can iiiljuU to any eyes und nay A good glass rightly adjusted is s luxury to a her on with fulling sight they cannot afford to do without A glass Im l rfectly adjusted la worse than no glass ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement o See Write For Irlce TWO FARMS FOR SALE Hartng dt led ta cliinjtemr rooallon I will llirlratcly my farm oo which live 34 of a inllofroui Crab Urcbail Ky This fann li flu land 11I11IOI1leol cullhatton lhO acres ot rlvr bottom that nee corn nud innulow lanil lialaoce M am U upland ami well adapted to ton wheat blue grass and all other crag A hrlrl dwelling of sroomi awl cellar a wIll of tplemlli water at the door two good tenrnieu OlllhOIIlIlOIl1wltbtock wa errnake thla the IUtt rm Ihliontlof tberounly- AUoahrniofahuullOOarrM H mll i from Crs- lOrchariKyonLannueretrertopfalte the fJ niou Cr blrchtrJ gas with a large Hock harn and an abundance of water wltl one nf the finest buildlD ltea in the nelgtl or heal Alto a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on lance ter street wlm goo l cistern gnnlen tcttached for furtne lIllu cell on or aildrna It 1IIUXMMI Crah Orchard K- yDrsSlavinPhillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will lw In lIaovlll Mondays Wnlnmlay and Krldayi Will Jot In Stanfonl Tuesday Thursdays and Sat urday Jllice In the l nnlngtnn llulldlng Stanford 01 lice Noun to 12 10I lot r5- 1OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and ileteloiml liyUr A T Still of Klrvlt1o Mo depend onsthe principle of Anatomy and 1bytlology fur Ha reo cults nu rubbing notur1 icaluIerallomeelclaluu blbgRiper- nautral Oiteopathy views man as a machine ofm many- parts Il keyuoln It adjustment Wheu all parts ale adjusted and not overworked health itberoiult SomeofthK illuvcs treated by in Nerves roitratlon lleadacbea Neuralgia Itheiiiuatlim Catarrh Weak Oranulaied Milt Oolire Lung Dlmaw Conotlpatlon lilaelialltllonea Knlnrgul all Blom rich and Jnlesllu1 trouble lIiea 0 tJone aud olnli nal UurraturMDUlocatlont Btl Ifjolnt lanI71lueooUnonee Urine lAerontotorAiax I reel t Consultation Free o u SAMUEL lUOVENSI la n candidate for ly subject to the notion ot the Dvmocra party 21 F NORTH fs onndldatc to n prwnt Lincoln CQnty lie the Lol iaturv ubj et to tin action 0 the Donioeriitlc party W I IIISRKIN Jailor of Llnftolu bruntn enndldato fur subject to the adios of hit deiawjratlc tau ty J II RAINS In n candidate for thin nomliHUlon fit Jnll r of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic patty VM 1A1SDGUAP- I a canJUlato for Assessor of Lincoln cone tyi subject to democratic action THAMES II WKfGIIT la a candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln cone ly nubjecl to the action of the democrat juirty JOHN C PEPPLES Ii candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count iubjc t to the action of the democratic liar ly 1ourauppurtlssolicited DINK FARMER la n candidate for Jailer subject to the ao thou of the democratic party Ho lotlel your support GUS McCORMACK b a candidate for Assowr ot Lincoln race is subject to the action of tho deiooeml party GEO A EUIJANKS beet onudhlato for Jailer of Unoole count ubjeet to the action at the itotactM party JAMES r Jo was aondllat for Jailer of UaeoJo IOIIn- 1Mbjt to the action of tie demo IIGf9 ty IISS LIZZIE C JONES trf Slar laud bu otnela Lino of Millinery at Junction Oit tad ladle the Istrasgsf the w4lr Ouatf ln 4iir taken in at balrp to mull t FOR RENT 1 For fief A Ur Sous la IA r with rtjli uw sthl aid e well wltA s Iotr- IRr haosine u is nirllr lurtnl ar all eat uf bwliitM ItsAar J OltANO orb J4e4 ware Teas U Freds Exchange ou will alway find good lreaauent Rood fIonr gad mewl gaud Atilpviacr gaud bun c nt low price He will Rive you It pounds of Ihlt flour and 1S jHKiml of been ir a baihtU of wheat or an4 of tkm tor one Dont forgot to pall on burs when rou want wheat xehaugd Or hey Nutr mMI kc POSTEDThe iwraonwhonames appear Iwla rlcttv an game of an- kind atD tlmebf thoyniron thrlr landed will lioeUtetothefull oxtviit of tho- Iw any who vlolnlu 8 H llauzhmun J K IlauKhtoan Ir Steel lUller J B llruoe I T harms a I Wood J B1ettue W T Tucker II U Ilauchmau J W llaughman I I Dotr O H W II Iloonet LUTES CO ilVE STOCK DEBLERS Millodgovillo Ky We have 75 good stock liege for sale tdebout 30 head of stock lluifun- LUTKS Js CO NEW LIVERY STABLE s W EUAE d sm Prtrs UNCTION CITY JKY relleitsonuble hiatus Special Attention to Traveling Stun Oraln and Hay For Sale RITH HOTEL F FIlAUClSCO rrcpriot AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY leit Hotel to the mountain rates considered lorwra pleat all trains bi clal attention to tra- ellnl men H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call EAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKEES PKALKttS Furniture MntUnJtHltugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY POSTED f r notlfir the p iMlo that puttled ltd that I tttut no Incnfaiirk1in1itlk VWjiira win W llffibiinl to tIJIltlIo liw M PllbAT I POSTED f I hereby warn 1I1nImttII trtmpMilnHit fern ay 10see WM LAXtKIHAF KeijI atM WHO ell rtnuMtt tram UwpwMuf qri JiliIfarw en beak Crek jM say Irro whscsRfl taau Sig eta OOerduthe A S PRICE Surgeon Dontiat Stanford Ky Ollel MenobcrU Drug Store In Ibe aHnUtlloc lt1IR A JONES DENTISTStanford I 0111co over StgrtTeki GUN REPAIRING J No rustler whet pea wrong with J1Jlr gun send It to ua nod H lw Promptly and Skillfully At a Moderate Painting RepairedJ JfbygvltspMlse la Ie do It tad wankRukt Vi ra hare yoar old vA5 IdaMil far rry UUlo taaey J U Olla-Rttont Hr ADAMS FISTULA CURE ORPrietfur Inn and mule sIMlrUHl with F4 ullUrdi ttRwler oc tr rule b W It 3hkob lluapartLiberty flrlIIDltlyUlrIt JMr MlddlirtHirn Ky esi fi JIc Olure TunwrnTlil J H VaHhwA MeKln pay FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY tjltUStsek 1000009nrp1aI111S3S SI TAUIasHtntlosotlginglyeteMbbed a Ih Dr PIt Jltat III dinJNltbee rwrganlaJr tbe National J1aukof Sial lard In 16 aaJajali orpnlalastheFlhtNatienalllaliof Stantort q tiUkti bud rrutlcallr an ounInUrrupl rust inbrltjian U U Ulltr itifplUd bow trill ladlllt for IrauUol buelne proctplly aol I alljthantrUlorla In long and hoooiab J career Account of ludlduahIIJuelariH idlndltljaaliiollcllrdOIHIITOII r fills Lincoln Ooj J llaydBStaifof I S Tllarrli tl1L IUatBmaB J BHotkir TMim PWalUn WATrlbbU a JlI CollUrCrab OrcUM M J Mlllr ShV4rpo- I WBImor HUnforJorricax J b lieu er itaW nt J J 3ltitekrt Casblss incoln County National Ba- ukICapitatompanendoUly for 2J Tears olioits Your Bank Account II feplcutb waleslyDill sCIUlt9 J J Wllllaini J tL JM IA1wS it hanks J K Cub M It Owlcy OFF1CFIW S H Shank Prealdcnt J II uwIYlCabler IlrlgbiAatCathler J+ G+ McGLMyr l ManufacturerandDcnloarI UNDEBc AXER j HAHNESS SADDLERY 850 Stanford Ky f