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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f7 SEMIWEEKLY y INTERIORJOURNAL tVOL XXV1IL STANFORD KY FRIDAY DEGEMHlOi iL mild it A lNO82 I 6 NOTESIrr Wllllum Hays wits fmmd frozen to i Iitl1l1ln tbo road noun Owonboro Goodlln a Negro woman clod In Nttlion county nt the ago oP ISA aMlukod tnon robbed n bank ut So vlllo O aftor iclxing and binding tbo tbxrn marshal Thomas McGruder hud a foot cut off while attempting to get on u train ut Lebanon Junction Jobn W Jolly who killed hU sister lalaw at Newport tin CIO sentenced rwhang February 7 ExPoliceman John n Goodrich of LouUvlllo shot himself through the torn pie and died Instantly Albert Bulloy n colored man of Lou Uvlllc was arrested Monday and when searched bad 21 rurQrs on him 4Henry Miller a wellknown turfman former secretary of the Kentucky 1nnd In dead ut Lexington Fearing mob violence tho autbo rl childItnaY of tbo cotton drop of tbo United for JWXM001 U 10100000 baton Illloy oolored fought with Mo 18tael Strlogur to the London uourt and Hll y woe eeriaadr etettbed minister RN eoiempJiii u RKIMI 11ue In that rlty frspmilnrtoalsotantawwnKed In New Tilt court of appwito is oonMdsrlnf the cape of Culttt Power Attorney Deanv waiRtva until Sstordur to lie a brief Taw cflnmiM for building tie nee w caplM 4n MlMlHlppI was not awarded all Lich iNlatr hares thee the apjtro pristine Evgein Xtwvtl wbl cnrriM lIIe malt ttitwtu DraKolh Dad Howard sad Dm kola sad Da Snwi S D drtvea 114V2 toll yearlyvOrvlll T Morgue prnldeut of the LoaUvllle lletueol lUwll Clerk waa PUj1Iotproposition to eubperilw 1000000 to the proposed Xmtbvlllt Wortaea A Kortborn railroad The 100th annlvvrMrr of Ute acts b Ilihtnani of the peat of PadtrM govern moat at Washington U balag ueJe brated In that city Fighting In lobo Philippine Is grow log less the Insurgents folllnc back nt all contested points and making no ef fort to save supplies Dire Tboma Howard aged 70 died IlaullerJa year apo leaving her 9200000 At Marion Crlttendon county Olllo CrlJar dollboraloly shot and fatally wounded Will Grave without a word of warning A family loud WH the cause Arthur tho 10 year old ton of tho Rev A C Diddle was accidentally bolo nod killed at Sturgis while be worejplayinwith g Just before ho dill Lee taokott of t Kbtlll county called hit family to bill l dtldo and told them they would tin d 0600 In an old cblmpay After ha dlod they found the money Kdward Brown a woll known race horio owner was run over and killed by a Louisville t Nnshvlllo train oo the railroad bridge crotslnt the Lick log river near Latonla George Knight ended III your con Qnemunt in the Maine penitentiary by cutting lily throat Ho always pro tested late Innoconto nnd his last word s were I never killed my wife II Memorial services were hold Tuesday at tho grave of Gov William Goobel on Cemetery Hill at Frankfort Hundreds of people visited the grave dur ing the day and the mound was covered with lowers John GatTord was acquitted of tho Imurder of F U Lloyd at Montgomery was convicted on two 1previous trial with verdict of death In tbo first Instance and of life Imprison meet In the second trial t Tbo dead body of Confederate Briar Gen Herman Ulna wa found In a swamp near MorrUtown N J Slnco the war In which he lost his family and all his property ho had lived tbo life of uhormlt In the mountains Mrs Sarah Morrison while at w- orkfin tho burn at her homo near Spring heard a dogs cries and think leg they were those of her child leaped from the loft In UieJburn a distance of 15 feet to go uftbefchlldj old and was fatally hurt City Assessor Murphys annual re port to tbo general council shows an Increase In tho valuation of assessable property In LouUvlllo of 81000000 Tbo total of real undjpersonal proper is 812I1oUOOO The Increase la t largest over shown In onojyuur tIn the Diamond enloon at Jolllco John David flashed Henry Lovlt badly In tho face that U Is likely t latter will die Lovlt accidentally stopped on Davids foot but begged his 1 pardon The latter did not rep but 4e cutting Lovlt with a Harlow knife II MIDDLEBURG The Uapltet church Is being roofe 3 tile week Many are taking advantage of the floe another for bon killing Miss Mary Arnold of Iorryvlllo U ytiltlng Mrs George b Durham Republican of Clinton county have set Augfl at the limo of holding a pri mary Mr Annie Bryant wall tbo lucky la dy of this place to draw In the Mu tualInveitmentCo tile month Kcv L W PurduraaeiUted by Hev iradford is conducting u very Inter cttlng meeting it tbo M E church W O Bryants school eluded lall Fri day at Turkey Knob and usual with him bo made the little ones happy with a big candy trout School will close at the Npraiul Col logo on the 14tb Had will open lie flax melon In January with tile largest number of pupils over enrolled osiers Died on tbLII an Infant child of John PaltorMin of near Grove Alec Mr James Hnitlon of near Mt Salom died OD tae Aib us the result of an In jeer receive some time agoby a fall Dr I S Wi ley and family aocom panlert by Mrs May Itlgnoy allof Lancu t r paid a visit to Casey county Dr WHit and family returning homo Monday John HlHton of Lexington If Here on butaw thin week Mr Hurl UaKhiloj hay moral to this Idea for tee purlwsf edueatlag her children Mri R DaUe who bat been vUlltnr U II MeAnlncb and other relatives at this plant bus recur JndIto a near Hnrtoa town Mot Charley Rojr of Cbattanaoffa bas been visiting her U ter Mn George S Durham J N McWborter U la Frankfort this week laktrjr In toe Inauguration Some bad boys broke Into the reIII duo cf Dr Ieroy Wesley nee day andjnnne one Taylor uoul huuse and mAde away with about 15 btinbels of eoal A dot thought in be toad was at large on the tirwiis horn Sunday He would song every dog and hag that paetod the ktreut and alto bit a horse belonging to John Coulter OlImlll Ojl to blto teveral people Should It Provo to bo a mad dog we will In a short tlmo hero lute of thorn for It was known to have bitten nearly ovary dog in town and nearly every loose hug A low days ago as Mr W T Dye and thuler horse became frightened and thrcwtho vehicle and occupants over an embauk mont und to toe the place one could hardly bellevu tiny would come out alive but we uro proud to say Mra U came up as pretty as over while WIN ford had several ugly scratqhos none were farloue LIBERTY The W C T U of tile place at doing much good work and munlu rough Interest Prof E A Wosley Is In the country this week In the Interest of his echo ol From all Indications wu will have a splendid school this winter Work on tbo Dapilst church will resumed In u short time and ulna on the Methodist cherub ouch of which when finished will add much to the Im provement of our town At tho INTKIMOH JOUKNAL Is a wel como visitor to many households In Liberty and as the doings of our peo pleura seldom noted In any newspapers I will jot down a taw uninteresting points snout our people fcc Our circuit court adjourned on tho 8th nut few noses of any Importance were tried In the case of the Con monwealth against Mont Burton charged with killing MIss Holt In shooting at her heather Dryan Holt the jury gave Burton u term of seven years and nine months In the Poetic tiary and In the case of the Common wealth vs John Doll a preacher was sentenced to III years In tho pen M Pearl Montgomery epoch a few days In Brndfordsvlllo last week Mils Fannie Lewis who has been visiting the Misses Sharp returned to ber home in Cave City Saturday accompa clod by Miss Dollio Sharp James Co don and John Sharp Prof F Montgomery and wife who tiara been visiting relatives In Columbia rotor ed homo last Friday Miss Martha Tllford spent a low days In Stanford last week T11K BEST PLASTEH A plate of flannel dampened tvl boundh0 lo ter When troubled with lame back pains in the side or chest glvo Itn trial hoanti you are certain to he more than with tho prompt relief which it affords 1aln Balm also cures rheum tn Liam One appllcalon gives relief For sale by Craig A Husker LANCASTER Dry Xmas presents train Hamilton the Stanford jawolur U1rtu data goods at low prices The trial of Luther nay for the kilt og of Edger Drown oc election night ronulted to it bung jury seven lorac quittal and fIve for conviction Miss Stanley Iteese of Wlnchohter ssojournlug In ibis city In the capac ty of a dancing teacher She has 11 pupil nod iflves 10 lessons at iG The new reporter who wlches the name to remain incognito feels an In toolainGo TO Lancaster to buy your Xmas rood of J C Thompson Largest stock lo Central Kentucky to select from Full line of Busts of Indians Are Thompson tbo Lancaster jeweler The Chclitlaa church Is preparing for a Xmas tree for the delectutlon of the children of the Sunday school Sorao of the primary clashes are pruc clog Christmas curets to be sung oo tho came oocmloa Mrs T J Fletcher died Wdnecday evening aftor a Ilogerlng liluws from tubarouloils She leaves a husband and yearougeat tho grave by Ilev Woolford J W Klmore who recently bought the late Mr Nancy Arnolds property on Daovlllo street moved Mfe family to town the Ant of the w ok He will itlll run bit lama that wa formerly placeTbe t wideawake and energetic denomlna lIon of title city they propose to hove two Christmas trees sadu musloale durtog the holidays and will very shortly begin liytog the foundation of u parsonage The traded school will olo o for tho holiday oo ibe 2Ut Mies Murphys pupils will tine one of their attractive eatorialaoMAta Had Mist Annie bye ton department will participate in a ChrUtmas ored service for the ob rvanco of me seared event James L Hamilton recently made a trip to Memphis and Burnolt MUe whore he disposed of 24 flee homer be aleolwttgbi 70 In that section and will return there Ina few days taking with him a lot of horses and mules Ho re ports the market not to active at thl tlmo Mrs Thomas Miller gave a dining to a number of friends 00 Thursday Mrs Miller knows bow W prepare find earn a bountiful spread Misses Altlo nt Uessle Marlcsbury entertained Dila SybIIIlnotelling was tin pastime of tho cvc nlng Mr Long of ClrclevlIIo 0 nonew proprietor the Garrard Hotel Ie a yohiy post of duty and Is having tho PUIIngueots Tbo floors aro all cariwtedtbe rooms handsomely tarnished and reading apartment has been fitted up as a general attraction ie4oaylystT U returned with Mrs G M PAt- terson from tho general convention al Washington city and will bo iu tbl section for several weeks She will d WIboa and versatile spanker Judge Joe Robinsons handsome nov cottage on Danville street will oat be ready fur occupancy till tho Ld week January in the mcantlrao ho and his wife have taken rooms with Miss Lena Bright Mr and Mrs Ed Allen Burkcsville have rented Mrs E L Poors property and Win Tewniy who has been living on ihiAludgo Roblneon nellhborhoodMrs Todd Scott died at tbo residence of Mrs R Fox In this city on Tuesday evening alII oclock Sho was former ly Mies Alice Rout and leaves au estate of about 310000 She was a victim of tuberculosis from which she had been a sufferer for many months The fu ncral serylce was conducted by Rev D A Copass of the Fork church and the remains were Interred In the Lancaster cemetery Tho Merchants Carnival or Jubilee will be gluon for tbo benefit of tbo La dies Aid Society of the Christian openDa o entertainment will consist of about 40 young ladies representing tbo business firms grocers and merchants of tie community Tboro will also bo sword drills and other attractive anti Interesting features BLUNDERHI Cut or 11ruiN Jlllcklen Arnica Il Ine IMt In the world will the pain and It Cures Old Son 1erer Kom U1renKolb Fel aufal l nnllIrullore Depositors of tbu teat National Dank of Newport which tolled four years ago have brought suit against the directors to force them to pay the balance due depositors about 850000 SQUIRKL U ADAMS This splendid old gentlemen died at Huston vllle lutt night alter a long Ill ness Burial tomorrow Saturday morn Ing at 030 An extended notice will appear noM Iwue 4tnHUSTONVILLE A hop wltb inuclQ fnrnUhed by Sax toe will be given hero lorne titan dur leg the holidays 11 Foster and family of Virginia will move ui the property of MUs Oct tie Logan the first of the year HAMILTON the Stanford jeweler has the most uptodate stook of Jewelry novelties wawhes clocks to Mrs Sophia Carson sisterinlaw of Mrs Mary frown of this place died last woek ut the Munonlo Homo In Lou Uville Some uaicnown party In pausing along the Danville A Hustonvllle pike shot and killed a bog for John Land of Moreland W R William has purchased the house and lot familiarly known as the WIlllBiBS property and recently oc oupwl by Jim Goode for 8500 Messrs Glass and Barr of Wllmorc ware hero tho Ant or the week bunt los and deserve the congratulations of the community noon being so fortunate as to kill one rabbit Much to the regret of her many roanereceived stating the torlous Illness of Mrs Dettlo Carpenter of Harrods burg formerly of Ihls placc quotedd beeginning at the top of the root thus insteadoof shelter for stock Messrs Sherman Dineen nod Fisher of Covlncton and Ellis Ogden Joseph Shepherd and Rufus Leaf of Somerset hero been lathe neighborhood on an outing entertalDed by T L Carpen tel L M Reid and W G Corona willnlope Lamps Chinaware Glassware Mirrors Rodger Bros Silverware Watches Clocks Jewelry Storlta Silver Novelties Toy Fruits Candles cGo hero to get your ChrUtraas presents Prices low It Bflurry Lochrldgo has rented for next whicheis now occupied by Mrs Della Woods htltisaoe Anna and Greco Johnston o Danville are visiting the MIsses Pow oil Miss Edna Camnltz who has been quite sick for tho past week Is conva lescing Her slater MUs Dot has been ably officiating In the telephone ollco during tho sickness of tno former ofD11se Bessie Talbotl U bore with her sister Mrs W C Greening where she will probably make her home MATRIMONIAL Wilt Harris aged 17 und Miss Flo rella Smith m were made one at Princeton Willlo Dcuhara aged 21 and Miss MalUsa Hubble 17 were married at M P Bubbles Wednesday Miss Mary McBrayor Logan dough ter of Dr J V Logan of Richmond will be married to Samuel J Sander nun Dec 20 Tho engagement of pretty Miss Jen ale Burnslde of Garrard sister of Mrs George A McRoberts of this place lo John M Farra of Lancaster U an pounced The wedding wblbh will be u quiet one will occur Dec 20 A romance that commenced during too bloody times of 1804 ended In tbo marriage of Capi James Flier and Miss Mary Tomlinson by Pother Foyo of the Catholic church at Faluiuuth They were parted until tbrno months ago each thinking the other married Vlaltlnjr old friends at Fultnoutli ho discovered that she was still unmarried und the union followed Po What most people wutil U something mild mid gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamburlalus Stomach and Liver Tablets till the hill to allot They eta easy to take and pleasant in cllect For eilr by Craig h llocker Druggists WATCH my window Hamilton it We Are Headquarters for The Purest of Drugs Watch Out For Our Opening of CHRISTMAS GOODS Call and see us Craig Hocker Stanford f Ii 1 rtm r WE liRE READY ti inoeillFoF r i1It Christmas I t iiI Are you Whatever is wearable Is useful for n Christmas Present 0 M We have everything that Is Now Beautiful and Excellent V Clothing Hits Shoes Furnishings etc IJ I i IT PAYS TO TRADE AT I THE GLOBE iMerchanth Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing money back if yotiro not satisfiedEaIMILLER 8 HIRSCH Danville ii Successors luJ L Frohman ft Co 1 hh Jas EryeHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglas firstclasstry JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky 4ee Ht BN i A C SINE LRegSTANFORD KENTUCKY g I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed one of the for yearstthat have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed jLumber Lath Shingles Etc duplicate any prices offered rmara arsialtaaaAe aAlel A s Se a eis s ess es ss OVERCOATS SUITS AND ODD PANTS Se Jllr linn before making your pur scbneeW E PERKINS S Crab Orchard Ky 9 i If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky Weuse only the best medicines I The Louisville Store Stanford j What Will You Give For Christmas Presents Find the answersin this advertisement and make haste to profit by What do you want yourself to assert itself Thousands of eagerHolibeginsand our generositydrawsthe find as Christmas near of all kinds We haveIthe next two weeks seeking presentswill crowd our store durIngday shoppers the correct article To studied of the masses and will be able to supply everyone be waited on Old Santa extends aextra force so everyone canhave put onmake shopping easy we the watch word We make The Louisville StoreLow Prices ascordial welcome to all and proclaims The Peoples Holiday Shopping rI rI rrI trrIrI r I r OO i r1 COOJOCOOO U TJUC OOOC O7000 J 000C0000CO J OOOOO GOOE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC Toys Banks Albums Carpet Sweepers Tea Sets Wash Sets Harps Horns Sots Dolls Drums Trunks Doll Carts Battles 1 atebe5 Horses and Wagons Tops Ships in fact anything to please little ones as we as the Special for this Week 60 dozen Mens Linen Collars 15c quality in the Christmas Sale only 5c Mens fine Marino Sox 25c quality this week 13c Ono lot of 25c Silk Finished Suspend era this sale 10n Misses Fleeced Hose 7c worth lOc 500 pats of Ladles Kid Gloves black tan and white worth 81 and 125 at 09c Ladles Yarn Mittens offered you in this sale at only lOc Ladies Jersey Gnuntlett Gloves worth Sao at 25c through this sale Ladies Belts Ladles Patent Leather Bolts Glided Ed e with nice Harness Buckle worth G5c out brice 2r c Ladies Black Leather Belts hook and eye fastenings worth 2oc at 18c Table Linen 60Inch lied Plaid Table Linen worth 25c special price 2fc o I KY C WALTON With Great Pomp and was Gov A crowd estimated at 15000 saw Got John Crepps WIcklltTo Beckbuin take the oath of office ut Frankfort Tuesday The day was begun with a parade and with the ball at night Gov usual good luck was an Ideal winter day for the His Inaucurc address Is an able ono and If the policy outlined is carried Into clTcct whlcl there is every reason to believe It will be his will bo ono tha grand old has needed for years That Gov Becknam Is brlcrb and abla young man is proven almos dally and bU every act helps to con vince the that this trruat State is In no danger while he tills the axe cutlve chair The from his address which makes the bast of reading shows that our young executive U made out of the right kind of best service that car render my party will bo In giving the State clean and honest tlon of Its executive affairs In spirit of fairness and tolerance with no feel- Ing of partisan bate or malice with the sincere desire to remove us far as all friction and from among our people and to restore uf much as can among them an era of and Let us all forget the bitterness by po pleat strife clasp hands as and shoulder to shoulder proud of our State and hopeful of Its future march forward In the cITorl to develop Its material and moral wel fare These two sentences are well of the entire address Let us all second the In his wor thy aim Let us turn from politics to business and while he Is his efforts to making good governor direct ours to malting prosperous Stste THE News says that one taan In Danville paid 852 for gas last month Is It that Mr Yerkes used that much tight In hunting that ollice thot it Bcetnti that Is trying to give Manley of Maine WE with Editor Son mere of the News whoso wlfa Is very with typhoid fever a 3 0 0 04inch Red Table Linen only He and Boys and girls solid leather school Shoes worth 11 pair go in this great sen sational sale at SOc 60 pairs of Ladies Sample Shoes worth fl5O special price long as they last 79c and Just received 200 Double Capes fur lined worth 3160 special price OUc Ladies nll wool Jackets at 12 OS f3 50 and 9448 will cost you double the price we ask in any other store in town Childrens Reefer Jackets nt OSc f148 f OS worth double the price C r I a I a a 1 a a 1 adreB and in taste Ills not to use the ml Mary except as a last resort In out the decrees of the and not to the power except In case when the facts show that tbe la to it will be wltb Ho very tri Iv says that courts and are mot liable to rrr on the side of and mercy than In the of and only strong of a Jros8 of shown wilt he with the of the courts It Is to be hoped tbat Gov will stick to his The has been abused by all the to the very great hurt ot the State It Is the rarest thing that a man Is Ho has ev cry of the whose laws ho Is with break log on his trial and from am juries and when he is con vlcted after the law gives him the ad vantage of every doubt the should let him servo his sen fence and this we hope and believe Gov will do A HILL has boon for In the for the use of the ballot at future but if the Corn are wise in their they will shun tho secret ballot as they would a famine and a Ties Hence All the Ills that have havo been on by the of voting There was no about the count when too viva voce system and every mans vote was and the kept Tbo bo secret ballot make great claims for It but the of this State shows that they are not borne out by ho results I r was meet that the In tbelr joy and over the luau of Gov should not orget the noblo dead who tn life did 10 much for and the great common Tha grave of Gov Goebel was hidden by lowers horeon by and the cur the tender tribute were as as they wore appro date No man Is nearer the true heart than the one who his last sleep on Hill memory will bo Tilt Sultan the of boys Ho sent tbe crew of tho a lot of wbllo it was at Lidrs you must see our Jackets and Capes to I If Fast we have to iifler Wo to save you from 40 to 60 per cent till any Jacket or Cape Never hefiw was good rvlialile cloth lag otlercd el the price w are them ihll grunt sale We are with hurry Suits and and low price a will sell them will tied out that we can sell you a Suit of Clot ben or OiliI IVnts for about half what any other will uk you fur goods 1511115llnsour low price iSe t1quallly= = war the 100th annlv nary of the of the seat of at and It was In nt style had been the seat of from which city and Mrs Adllmil drove over In a carlago and took pos session was tn gala attire and all publ and was wbllo tbe and his cabinet the Sena and the house of tbe the 01 many States and a great concourse of and visitors In the elol orate of tho day Tilt Ttme Herald wile makes it a to collect ogy the figures co show that the year over 1000 wore In the Unli cd States Texas heads the list will 1021 New York comes next with fill with 401 with lOg while and como near tying with 413 and 472 ly The record U a one und to make one stand The of ktlloJ those or half a dozen of tbu recent wars am calls aloud for soma to stay tbo that U cully moro net profits from the bru tat game of foot bill Just season wee i4220 J good the deficit In other of sport tho ox of more than 820090 in per manent and neL for tho year of iWO 3450 ani tennis and lu Crosse came out ahead A to a contem porary says tbat but tow tho No trouble to that A good many aro from and many other vcre afraid to go to think Inj they might bu for the irlmo of lust THE agony In over Hon John W erketi of was by tbo for Com of The House the ex and bill with It T Y of the 10th district was the only Ken ucky at the The lIon Pryor J Force one of the bleat at the bar and a former member of the State died at Wed I fens Jeans Coat 12 at USe in Mens and Boys lined Coats Mens black and Blue Suits tf value at 298 Mens finest Suits 25 styles to select from will feet you H260 in any other store our price only f6W 100 odd pairs of Boys Heavy wool knee pants Gila in this sale 2Ac Mackintosh Some will try to inako you believe that Coats line up we say our Coats ter and this year than ever Cape Coats worth S 1125 J250 Coats in this wile to 1148 Capo Coats anchor brand and never known to tell for loss f4j conic and Jet one now at f103 La1l9 and MI04 l50C Union Suits to tadloi Fine Cotton Fleece linud Yess with nook pnnti to mulch worth JJo per our ena price only exjtnh I has on In a ago Mr his vote In in was H J of a In the bur to per The vote of lor was four In the gave a for a 75 ut of by W er On the of Mid will bo an fur of the on a of a Mr a bull the of tho to pay t2 145 to P of for the war bus and by a to tha the nf a new In The as by the of the and call for a total of an ovei the for the H has tit of of rov once and has left for hl8 In The wll bo soon and in all the will go to W J T has at at J T tbla vice El M J S ut and K T at Tbo tWQ war lag of and met it and In a by thu were Nat was the and Is to die one of the was shot md loft on the No were but more is W s of Pa her in her louse and went out she tho was In and the I25eknit now 5eI And SOc a our low extra will cost you 76c tl- II our low prim o Our for Men and than surer Wo are for all or fOO for any brit il go In this l sae at It All Sl 25 to 7V pr All S2 v s s se oo X f 5 S 5 AI half at 4Sc 76c USe unit the ruins this sale WaistsAFall and In blue and dot well II i our for 10 da Mo hair mid ancv well 1 2 our P8c tint of wall to ili our t nt and tho 2M llk II 25 as as fait The ROil OSc s 000CJO I a JUJ u SAUNCERBROSliThe LOUISVILLE STOREPROPRIETORS D RANBY Manager Stanford Ky HE INTERIOR JOURNA STANKOIID Ilrc14100- E INAUGURATED Ceremony Bockham concluded Inaugural Bcckhamrt manifested ceremonies administration Kentucky people following Inaugural atlllTtiThe udmlnlstra possible Illfeeling fraternity prosperity engendered Kentuck- Ian unanimous directing possible McKinley nympathlzj Elizabethtown Shoes Boots Cloaks Capes BECKHAMS inaugural IGov pointed admlrab promise carrylc judicial tribunals exercise pardonlo extraordinary clearly petitioner entitled received approbation juries leniency severity punishment evidence miscarry justice clearly Interfere judgment certainly Beckham promise pardoning power grossly nearly governors wrongly convicted advantage Commonwealth charged merciful sympathetic reasonable governor Beckham prepared introduction Georgia Legislature providing Australian elections crackers generation election Illloted Kentucky brought present system trouble prevailed recorded records advocates experience democrats exultation juratlon Beckhatn democracy people placed loving friends monies attending beautiful lemocratic ISloePB always Capital fondly Turkeyknows veakneas American battleship Kentucky anchored Smyrna npprecmio bargain guiuHnite Clothing offering during sawntivnal bnrgfttn overloaded Overeoiiu qlllrIII fttIIftforyounolfuDlIY- OII Ocoat merchant thnie WEDNESDAY establishment Federal government Washlngto celebrated Philadelphia previous government President Washington yesterday business private suspended president Representative Federal jullctary governors citizens joined festivities Chicago business crlmluol statistics produces during homicides committed Alabama Tennessee Kentucky Missouri respective horrible enough appalled number exceeds remedy bloodshed becoming alarming HAUVAUDS making brunches enabling pendlture Improvements leaving balance Baseball cleared slightly DISlATCH republican republicans ttondcd Inauguration explain fugitive justice Frankfurt arrested January Danville yesterday laminated prcddeut ilailoner Internal Revenue POLITICAL passed legislative cutlve judicial appropriation arrylng 24410308 Congressman Fitzpatrick representative Inaugural eromoniea attorneys Shelby county cgislaturo tibelbyvlllo 6bday regular quality Special bargains Cheviot Custom made different quality Coats merchants cheaper Mackintosh Mackintosh toneI Mackintosh Macklntoih reduced Mackintosh extMihcavy quality 48c quality reduced 25c Egyptian garment satlonal I5c Collector Sapu received 1300 Interest 2400 conscience monlY turned year Bryan Increased New York 120871 while MoKlnleya crease only 2151 Johnson London clerk census bureau been promote from 1000 1200 unntim New York State president McKinley 82100 Bryan 078330 Only State majority Bryun Negrodemocratlc club Kentucky wltb representatives present organ- Ized State association Frankfoi Tuesday electing James Schoo president recommendation Ueprc Hentatlvo forcing AT Soillbof dlesboro appointed inspec poalotllce department salary 1000 year Gilbert offered directing secretary treasury John Willis Shelby vlllc supplies furnished United Stato Loops during civil Judge Evans offended Senato Deboo Representative Borclng writing letter House Judlalar Committee opposing creation Federal district Kentucky treasury estimates complied clerks House Sonati upproprlatloimcommitteea 743t7Mi04 increase SOnOOOOitO current year Joseph Manley declined otlipo commissioner Internal Washington homo Maine appointment announced probability place John Ycrkoa Wilson been appoInted postmaster Buena Vista Garrart county Parklo Scott Climax Hock uaatlfa county Lcavoll Gilberts Creek county Powell dead Burrows Lowell Garrard county Royalty Tubler Mercer county Hamptons ucsfactions Laurel Clay Ellhu Allens distillery engaged general fight Two horses ridden Hamptona shot from under heir riders Hampton shot ibrough body expected vhilo Bongo boys ground seriously wounded other casualties reported trouble expected MrsK Grub Tlonesta ockcd three little children calling When returned building ashes little things cremated sample Vests only Mens heavy Caiutld Hair elastic ribbed Underwear worth garment undcrwHng price only 25c Mens Fleeced cool Underwear heavy quality from elsewhere only 48c allwool Flannel Underwear Ladles cheapo before hcadquirters kinds Underwear Blankets Comfost ptlr Blankets while gray- large enough Worth pair hagwin Blanket rnlutd BsnkfU ridunl toOSr higher priced Blankets price heavy Comforts 1123 II4S worth double money Dont great Ladies Dress Skirts And Flannel lIaltJlbO dozers sables Illnter Flannel Unhta brown cardinal green polka worth upcilal prim 40cNadirs Skirts Mack tlgurrd PUId wool special price only Extra nlalliy Fancy Mohair worth hour J2nO special price 1140 lirrM Skirts flBS J243 worth double Fancy Nean Underskirts worth long theywin nowUonly 1100vonnllel Undertkiru at26e 757 oQOJ ooUEJC1o0o 00000 r T indicative governor closely dayam cigarettes mugnltice counties Eeazley says r I UNDERTAKERS have n Ronutiful Assortment of t 5TTe 2acoc Sks eaTJf pets tattS eOS t Bl nIOU Shades i Rockers Dining Chairs Pictures t Pictures framed ChildrenstWagons and Hocking horses und innny other thlngn suitable for Clirif tmitu Inwents Dont LIIIuntil you Me our stock and get our Prices ct iRht Yr p ri 4 lf s1tr 1t I- ttiirat0 1 0 4t N i U h UO TO 9+a E Ji WT t j IHAMILTON HE Jeweler Fob CI11ti3TyA3 Mil g Holiday Goods ill t ta VP s A beautiful Mnoof Wattles Clocks Silver Plated Ware Sterling Sil rev f vur Novelties Ebony Novelties a fine assortment of 8f- ikft Kookwood lottcryst crr tj 1r- a RICH CUTGLASS f SI i tIItogrl Hros 1847 Knives and QrSl0lln8 nnd Labels Sterling Silver Tea SpoonsJ J t n of Fancy Single Spoons also a nice lino of i3Sterling Silver Mounted Pocket kooks Candolabras together with a i f t f Now and Up to Date Lino of Jewelry consisting f Plain J CJft I J I DldmOnd Rings and Shirt Studs I fjyIjf Ladles Guard Chains Gents Chains Stick Pins Shirt Studs Cull I iT Links Brunches Sterling Silver Thimbles all of which will jj tIt lw sold at prices as low as tutu lowest Call early JVVk rtt I V and secure your choice i4t f t a 01 01 s 0 t I 1 I tf NiL It it i I WI o Il 1 rt 1G7 ov 0 V f i c TURKEYS WANTED I IOIII to the poor and demoralized stale of tho market cnnl pay mute than cents per Will receive anti buv Rood stock lo Friday morning Ore Nth Itunh 4up In If you wont to tItftoJ 1AN PUBLIC SALE I Of Steel and Fanning Implements I wlll- onWcdllcedlsy flee 101900 I sell at public outcry lo the highest and Wt bidder head of mules tome broke 11 bead of cow and culm yearling shorthorn bull S Lone 2 combined mure year old I standard bred mare In foul tointnn qengirdtj der J II McKlNNEV McKlnuoy Ky FOR SALE OR RENT I deolro to tell or tmy farm or acre Hunted two miles south of llutoti vllle on the lluatonvllle and Middleware Itedieet41e orculllvaLion well fcnced and plenty of water llu upon It a two atory hrooru fratno dwelling nvccmary outhou it good tounrco barn nurt Mock barn Sixty acre of tho above laud U virgin Mill Will sell at rvuionuble or rent to a rood man JUAN McDANIKIMU ICy COAL SALT- I will have tny coal bin completed by Oct I and will ktcp on hated three grades ot the best cool alto salt and 1 will Mtl It to merchant by wagon load at very small margin Will continue to pay the hlithttl prlera Hickory Spoken Btavunnd llcodliij and Orocurlc at rock bottom ptleet Olve mo a trial and I will tan you money II II KINO MoncLAMt Kr FOX LOGAN4 LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horse and Mules ronatantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood llan- agrrMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished dean beds BplcnJsd I KTerjthlng firBtclass Porter moot all trains 80 At Freds Exchange IYouwilt atwnjr find good treatment good J flour good meat good laytote goal loran km allow ptleriL He will glee you II I pound of One flour and to pounds at hran for a bushel of wheat or a8 pounds of Hour for one Itont forget to call on him nhen you want wheat exchnngol or buy flour meal Ac POSTEDThe whoso names appear below s strictly forbid any hunting of game of any kind Hi any time of the year on their lands tad will prowcute to the full extent of the j law any who violate 8 Ih Ilaughman J Ilaughman J K Ilruce HallcyH K I Wood J M Icttus- II W T Tucker U Maughman J W Itaughman I L Doty n II lti W H lloone LUTES COt LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Millcdgovillc Ky t We have l5 jood stuck huge for vale noil about 30 head of tock Holfrr t LUTES Js CO I NEW LIVERY STABLE- W BUSEE k 31 PMPI ifS CITY KV r HrstOlas Turnouts tit Koanonable lUlvfi Special Attention to Traveling Mvu Grain tend liny For sale FRITH HOTEL F FHANC1S30 Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KYI Drat Hotel In the mountain rate ronililtrnl lorl meet alltrmlDi tiwisl allentluu to traY cling men lUCa RUPLEYI l The Merchant Tailor J STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Cat A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist J t Stanford Ky J OfflMOT McRolwrta le71llolln R A JONES Ii J DENTISTStanford ILy I Office over Illgglna A McKlnncya Storj Telephone No 48 POSTED I hereby notify the pUblic that utyland II puet te4and that Iwill eOlllt no ortreeera to efullextentofthelaw2IVELANI 4 Lincoln CountyNational Bank crlla ililocllIIIIIOOJO SucteworloTbi Partner Dank 4 Trust Oxupao sad under same management ously fur tt Years Solicits Your Bank Account Ugln4ucit biulu41 relation will prove inuiua ly lutifUclal and pleas om 1iUhS JJ Wllllami JBOwjrSr JN Uofff A W W ItilmmtnlJ S HMhaukt J K Cub J ltUdit UFF1CLIt it S II tthauki Irrtldniji J lJ r W Urinal AisiCaatiUr FIRST NATIONAL BANK 00 STANFORD KY CtplUlSteck 1100000 Sarphi 117633 61 ThlalnjtlintlonorlftnalljMtablltbrd u lie lit pcnit Bank nf Stanford In IUSu r cranl d u lh National Mink oft tanturd In tau andagali organisedolbPint National Dank of S Unfurl a 1833 h i had practically uninterrupted eilat nosfor l Kara It la t ti r aujpllfd now wi- ttaclllheafurlranucttngbulnupromptlyand nllythaoTrlefureln lu loot and oonoiab caner Arcoutui ol Individual fiduclarlM aailoJltldualatolkllodIIIKItTOIt F Reid Ctnooln CoJ J W lladrit UuM STllarrli 8 U BaUjhtaao JSllotktr TP Mill WPWalloo W A TrI tIe JUCotUerGrabJehJ Mt JlflkrIttVroo- K DEtinore Stanford ofriCaaa J S law sr 1111 nit 3 J iuittfwfU 0ibl i A KKV 1OIAT OP SUPHRIOKITY IN TIJK Radiant Home Air Blast TRY THEM LIKE THEM IIjFor SAle Higgins McKinney GUN REPAIRING No mutter what goes wrong will your gun send It lo us unit It will bu Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At n moderato cost DANVIUK CYCLE Co 115 Third St Danville Ky Painting Repairing I urn prepared to paint und repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass stylo Experienced men to do It und work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle mtido new for very little monoy J H QIlRKlt Stanford Ky FOSTEDhereby warn all persons from trpuslng ou for any pur rue whatever WM LAN piltAV Krlpr Ky laloo warn all i rsons from trnvpaailng on niy fatui ou tuck Crwk for whaterrr raw tacurUtteuh- elwGyPRUITTBROS MOUELAND KY Furniture LiveryUndertaking Valr of 7yearold well broke niules for suloi 17 hands t 1L G REYNOLDS ts candidate for Assvssorof Lincoln coun tj cubjvct to the action of the democratic party Itl S BAUGIIMAN for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tho action of tho democratic party E W LILLARD Of Danville n candidate for State Senuto In tins district of Lincoln Casey ltuyleundourrardcuuntleetaubject to thu uctlon of the SADIUEL SI OWENS Is n candidate for Aisesior of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tte Democrat pant 91 F NORTH lea candidate to represent Lincoln County In the Legislature subject to the action of tho Democratic party W I HERRIN U a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic purl J II RAINES In a candidate for the nomination of Jailer of Lincoln county tubjvct to the action of the Democratic party WiH LANDGRAF la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic action THAMES H WRIGHT U n candidate for Aisemtor of Lincoln county MubjfCl to the action of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES II candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County partyMINK FARMER IIa candidate Mr Jailer subject to the ac tion of the democratic party He solicits your uport GUS McCOBMACE- Is oumlldnto for Ase or of Lincoln coun ty Mibjvct to the action of the democratic party CEO A EUBAXKS COUlltyflarLv r JAMES T JONI II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho notion of the democratic par ty n JONESIAnil Country1nsrutw FOR RENT Isrwi For A larM house lu Lancuttr with rltbl rooma stable and genien wlIulltd r a beard Inn houeedncaII centrally located tat all kInd ottutlnrM Itrfcrenci J M OKAND- 8tb Jelftrnon ttrrfti Waco Texas Stockholders Meeting A netting of the stocltholdnrs of the Na tional Hank of HustotiTllle will beheld nt their banking house lu llustonvllle the 2nd Tuesday In January 1001 between 0 mil 12 AI fur the purpose of erecting nine ill rector to nerve the ell uln mar J W HOUkEK Calilei Stockholdersleetiug A meeting of tbestockttolderot the Lln coIn County National Hank of Stanford will be held at their bunking hcuae tho econd Tuesday In January for the purpose of electing II directors for tho ensuing year J U OWSLEV Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meetlnpot tho stockholder of the First National hank of Stanford will be held nt their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1001 for the purpose of electing directors yearJOHN Cashier Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your painting I will save you money t will furnish paper and put It on the wall from lOo up lu words I will tell you paper as cheap al you cun buy It In town and hang It at Sc per lilt I wlir do painting In proportion All work guaranteed Stanford Ky OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorgi I Weathcrford has a contract for FULL CoNTitot Ann SALE of Old Mock Whit ky In Hustonllle Kr H O MOCK Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE 01 A Fine Farm As agent for the adult h Irs of John II ottus rtetviiBeJ t will on Saturday Doc 22 I9OO- On tho near Ireschersvlllc Ky on Lnucaterund Crab Orchard pike sell to the highest bidder tho farm occupied by tho lato John P Iettus containing about 239 acre of which a largo portion U now In bluegrass An abundant supply of never falling water In all seasons laud will bu offered In two tracts to ult the purchas try and then as wholo There will bo no reserve or by bidding but the highest bidder will get the property as It must bo told for Onethird cash the remainder on u credit of one and two years with Inter est from day of sale the purchaser having the privilege of paying cash and saving In terest ImaeaslongivenJau11001 Per eons desiring to foee tho ho said lire Invited to cull on the family lit tho home W PETTUS Agent IJA ALLEN A CO And BuildersSTANFORD KY Hato now u complete stock of building Material Yellow Pine Flooring Calling Door sad Rhoda all of Dressed and Rough Lumber Shingles and Steel Roofing1 Lo rust Posts Ac We make estimate on anyklnd of work waste i Ottlco opposite Dr L II Cska 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 Not Money But Lamps TO BURNTwo Limoges Dinner Sets ala Low Price Also an Elegant Lino of Salads Cake Pintos ana Many ForgelloSee Bisons Figures and tabor Sots Prices Very Low Considering Grade of Goods Be Sure to Take n Glance at Our Ten Cent Counter CEO H FARRIS COn n New Hats New Shapes New Colors All the new and dressy things in Mens Wear tAswell as all the staple goods I0 JeoIM9ImOJffiJIDRTS LOVES MOODS I dlitaawjSlIb moment lirr volre lent iti music AuJ around hone the light of her fact Her tttx ami liens onlf I stood In mjr tores tweet prrwnre nwlWAnd dttlr the solitude grew How deep tat how lonely Edltli II Thomas In Harper1 Btu- r175kCipctr rrrtrkvrbrrtrr rc Anne Belles Debt Ix kr lies tIter Would Obey the Law cThough All Wu JDuountI cIAIIIAk1171iYRI1Aililkie IIA a st The Judges were In their places Outside the fog weighed heavily upon the shapeless building effaced the walk and glued Itself to the windows concealing their frosty dowerIng In the hall Itself the air was thic and stifling It smelled of sheepskins peasants enudevle and the leaden ventilators in tho upper glasses of the skylight turned slowly and slothfully The Jurors too leaned wearily against the backs of their chairs One of them had closed hs eyes and let his hand fall Inert lulled to somnolence by the monotonous scratching of tin clerks pen Another tapped and soft beat the rataplan with his pencil on all tablet The president pushed his spectacles to the tip of his nose and mopped hl damp brow his stern gray eyes with a glticlal stare bent fixedly upon the door whence would Issue tho culprits In conrxo of trial and on whom they waited to pronounce sentence Is there not still another ouc1 de manded he presently of tho sleepy look- Ing tipstaff nt his elbow In n harsh res onant voice One responded the other a girl lib bleu Bring her In then said the president The crier called the door opened the girl entered A current of fresh air glided In with her and softly fanned the faces niyl tic Uleil the lashes of the curious assist nuts At the same moment n ray of sunlight pierced the shrouding fog and danced between the frosty etchings of the panes across the dusty wnlls and furniture of the Hall of Au rnee A girl said the tlpstnfTn child rather scarcely more than on the verge of maidenhood and so pretty In her lit tie furred Jacket embroidered with wreaths and blossoms and tilting like tho skin tho rounded waist straight and slender as the stem of n young palm tier black eyes were lowered to the floor but her white brow was clear and unclouded What is It that you have done Ill y child questioned the president indif ferently The girl nervously rearranged th handkerchief that covered her head caught her breath heavily then answered sighing My affair Is sad M President very very sad Her voice soft and dolorous went t till hehrtlike good music that even when one hears it no longer seems still to vibrate In the air and change every thing by Its mysterious Influence The faces of the Jurors were no loner so morose The portrait of the king null farther away still of the lu dex Curio appeared to make to her front the silent wall benignant signs encouraging her to bravely recount the affair so very very sad Hut see you said she this writ ing It will tell you letter than I can Only site hud first to seek it to un clasp the buttons of her corsage and draw It from her tosom a piece of crackling parchment stamped nnd clos ed with the ponderous ottlelal seal A Judgment murmured tho presi dent running his eye over the paper a Judgment against dune Bede as signed to begin today a punishment of six months Imprisonment The girl nodded sorrowfully tutu handwriting loosened by the move meat fell from her hand and n henry tress of her long black hair all unbound veiled her features It sought perhaps to shield them from the gaze of the people for If she was white as n Illy awhile ago she was purple with shame at this moment It In a week since we received It stammered she In a broken voice The court officer brought it himself and ci plaited what It wished to tell us and my poor mother said to me Thou roust go my child The law Is the law and one should not take It as a pleasantry I have come therefore toto begin the six months The president wiped his glasses then wiped again his cold stern gaze seek lug the faces of his colleagues the win dows the floor the great Iron stove through whoso grated door fiery eyes seemed to sparkle nnd threateningly re gard him The law murmured he the law is the lawr And he read anew the summary boo tore him the black scrawling scratch es across the white page deducing Anne Bcilo condemned to six months Imprisonment for the receiving of stol en goods Meanwhile the leaden ventilator had quickened Us paeennd spun furiously Outside the wind had risen and now It shook the windows whistled through tho crevices nnd seemed to hiss re morselessly about the euro of the gap lug crowd The law yes tho law Is the law Tho head of the president bent af firmatively before this Importunate touchIellthe house of tho Inspector of prisons The man bowed the child turned ohee 3jdiently but her little rose red lips open ed and shook tremulously as It words were on theta that she could not speak Ierhapn my child said the pros dent noticing her distress perhaps you still have something to say to us Only that I am rI711ttlrlzettoIBcde Jt le 1rosldent was my sister and we hurled her poor girl a week ago- Twas not you then that was con demned and sentenced cried the Ares ident surprised Ah bon IHcti not Why should I have been condemned who have never done harm to ally Then why are you here mod child that you are- Because It you please It Is because Anne died while this business was be fore the royal table fhe lower court of lyingaorder concerning tint six months ar rived certifying that she must submit Oh how she had wolfed land prayed for It and tried so hard to live to receive Itl She had never dreamed of this M la tokenkher away closed eyes mute dent forever my mother and 1 told ourselves that we must repair the wrong site hud done because of her fiance Ga briel Karloney It was for him and without knowjug It that she sinned t and we thought What my child That to let her rest peacefully In her mortal ashes and that no one should say she owed them anything that wo wrongeamende for he goods nnd I have come M le President to serve In her places for six months In the county prison To serve In her nlstern plan What Innocence what simplicity The Jurors smiled broadly The face of the president was no longer cold or ceremonious nor was It precisely his brow hum which he mopped the mom lyre with n lure yellow handkerchief It Is well said he You were right my child but but now that I think of ItIle stopped frowned and roomed to rellect Intently XII that I think of It continued he there was an error In this affair Wchavc my dear child sent you the wrong document The wrong document 31 lo Presi dent faltered IIzette raising her great sorrowful eyes to his fare with a gnat of heartbreaking reproach tho wrong document Site could say no more anti the pros dent himself was no less moved The wrong document my child yoN said he firmly rising from his sent to tenderly pass his hand ncroM the shining hnlr Beyond there pointing to the heaven above them through the mist yelled window Jus tics hits given another verdict Go now to thy mother and toll her from me that thy sister was not n criminal that Anno was Innocent Before UIII1 at least added he In a tone only audible to his own great heart before God at IeastlTrnus- eIntel From the Hungarian For St Iouis PostDispatch The Inrly nislnar Pod Early rising has boon Inculcated as a wholesome practice from time Imme omortal0ud to those who can contrive to get to also In good time Is unob jectionable In every way but on the usher hoot If the employment is of such a nature as to prevent till occupa flan of tilt bed at a proportionately ear ly hour It Is absurd to recommend the one without till other Some persons require six or seven some eight or nine hours In the 24 but If we nil made a practice of getting up as soon as wo wako we should tlnd that the sleep would be founder and more wholesome and that It would bo seldom extended beyond seven or eighth hours The plan of rising n long time before breakfast nnd taking a walk on an empty stomach lsundoubtedly a bad one and though It may be adopted by some people without Injury yet If at tempted by those of delicate constltu thou It will do a vast alot harm Half an hourir an hour before that meal may well be passed In a short walk but beyond that time the stom ncji becomes weakened In tone and the meal when taken is followed by a dull anti henry sensation of fatigue mad listlessness Instead of the sprightly readiness fur the days occupation which It ought to bo the ambition of every one to possess Health An Amiable Violinist Robert Browning and Joachim met one evening at n friendly gathering In London The violinist had obliged without satisfying certain ladles who entreated the poet to obtain from him another solo Browning feeling the delicacy of lain task discharged It dip lomatically and Woke as sometimes he wrote so as to conceal his thoughts while tho violinist not understanding bowed and smiled and did not play- As they left the house Joachlui asked What did you mean Just nowT Oh said the poet I wanted you to give us some mprc music Then why did you not come and say Joe old boy give us another tune returned the amiable violinist Halcyon nays The term halcyon days is derived from n pretty little fable of the Sicili ans who believed that during tho seven days preceding and following the winter solstice Doc Ll till halcyon or klngiishrr floated on the water In a nest In which her young were deposited slut that during this time of her brood lug the seas were calm Our Indian summer corresponds to tho halcyon of the Sicilians IIn IRti the pixtnge on n letter from New York to Wisconsin was 25 cents People wrote loug letters In those days paI =THE INTERIOR JGIMA STANFORD KY DEC 14 1000 Sanity Tested Rev John F Hill in Presbyte rian Banner trkes the followinj incident from a New York paper and adds a suggestive comment- A gentleman was once beirv taken over an idiot asylum Hi asked an attendant how they knew when an idiot was considered to be sufficiently restored to sanity to ho- dischargedOh the attendant it easily managed We take them into a yard where there fro several troughs Wo turn old the taps and give the idiots buckets to bail Gu the water and empty the troughs Many of them keep bailing away while the tap keeps running but them that isnt idiots stops th tapThis little story though by no means a new one may have prove amusing to the readers and allwill agree that the asylum should not discharge an inmate who failed up on this funny test But are all the people in asylums for the insane or imbecile who keep bailing away hoping to empty the trough without stopping the inflow Is not this precisely what we do when through our state and municipal governments we make desperate struggles for the abatement of the Hoods of crimo and pauperism and yet neglect to close the saloon which is the ac knowledged source of the greater part of these awful streams A city missionary addressing the Presbyterian Hocial Union of Phila delphia on the Slum Problem in large cities when asked what connection the saloon had with the slums replied Remove the saloon from she slums and you will have no slums Stronghold of Liquor Traffic A hundred years ago there were only six cities in the United Qtntcs which had a population of 8000 0 more We now have 150cities of 12000 inhabitants or upwards On the other hand with now and then an exception the rural districts are decreasing in population From 1880 to 1890 the cities in Maine Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island New York 3iarylandand Illinois gained 2509000 while the rural districts of those States lost 20000 At this rate of growth twenty years from now the cities willcontain upwards of 10000000 more people than the rural districts and they the cities being that much in the majority willcontrol the affairs of the nation and if th saloon then exists through the me cHum of that iniquitous institution the vicious mil hind will not only control our cities but time entire na tion Already in many of time States the chief cities ire controlled h the saloons and the politics o these States controlled by the cities as New York city controls tho Em pin State and Philadelphia the Keystone State and Chicago the State of Illinois The government of these cities is largely the govern ment of tho saloon as dictated by the brewers and tho distillers Time question of the future of our repub lie will be settled by the cities There the great battles of democracy are to be fought and the decisive battle will be between the church and the saloon Which shall win Tragedy a Single Drop Drummendknew a man who was a temperance lecturer In his earlier days ho had been a great drunkard but he was reformed and had got consid erable notoriety as a platform speaker in one of our largo cities By trade ho was a glasscutter One day many years after he had beet a confirmed Christian aH everyone thought n servant girl brought int his place of business a decanter with a broken neck and asked him to cut He took up tho bottle to see what was wrong the fumes of the brandy came out of the neck and went into his brain He turned the decanter upside down and got a drop of the fluid upon his linger and put jt to his lips It set his brain on lire Ho went to the nearest public house and got drunk That was the beginning ofn very bitter and this graceful end It r WM UNCONKESSED IeJIeIMl tMiuts drcoln doubt trs Sha may lead me itevlout aye1- 17tH her wltn annul ape Hut tend it ah she knows By Ir IsotUqi niy hear tool Slit may will toll use and try me She inky clivotc to run and fly me e may Rive me stint ol poise And br rrldom nigh met But Ucrfdc ah she LnoVt By helooltep iny hart hoed She may ivirn pnddecelve me Wie may show prtlenw to leave me She nuy turn away her gaze rollIteB1 my Irart tier tootitcpa col Vent Wlirtlcr In Sew York Pratt J THE DEATH BIRD I SBYM itomouT e 1600 QUADJ rAA ei lLlt1 lIon enough before I a lieutenant of Infantry made my first trip across the great Stakfd plains of Texas as nn es cort to n conplo of civil engineers I had lirard of the death bird of the desert butethere were plenty who hall heard Its notes and Its notes always meant dan get Out night travel to and Ire on uevcrnfee a bird of any sort except about their edges Tho only living things to be tart with are serpents lizards scorpl ons and pknlklng wolves The aridness and desolation are too much even forth buzzards The death bird so the legend went appeared only at night and then no man saw hIm He como to give want ing Ills notes were peculiar and no hunter could Imitate him but one hear ing them In the silence of the night and the desert could make no mistake Be fore mucking the trip an old hunter said to me There U but one danger to look out for the Vvtihes They may follow you clone across the desert They will not attack you 7 daylight but at lUsht without your having seen a sign of them they will creep Mpon you na softly as serpents nut q nn none Lis ten for the note of till death bird and when you hear them take Instant wont lug There were 10 of us In time party Fourteen soldiers were supposed to constitute n force able to take curl of Itself anywhere There was moro anx iety as to our water and rations than as to the Indiana who might dog our footsteps It was midsummer mill the benton that great surface of sand nail alkali soil was simply terrific After the first day when we were clear of shelter n march of six or eight miles was all any one was capable of The night brought cool breezes nnd recu peration but they also brought a lone Menron ocean a boot hear strange sounds at night nnd ore made afraid Men on the desert are almost made cowards by time uncanny surroundings It there Is the chirp of a cricket or the howl of a coy ote It Is not company It simply adds to the loneliness It the night Is unbro ken then It 1s as Jf a heavy blanket had been thrown over your head to shut out the living world We say nothing of Indians No one believed that n party took our trail A faithful watch was kept however but after n few nights when I had come to realize low helpless we really were I found myself depending on that legend of the death bird If we were menaced he would warn us We hind out a week when there same the blackest of block nights It was black bemuse It was moonless nnd a storm was gather glueetance of six feet Three sentinels were on duty but they could not sec the sands at their feet If the Indians hind followed there would never be a bet ter night for n curprlse It would be no trick at all to creep within stabbing distance of time guiitlnels and a volley of arrows and bullets sent through the usftent an hour after midnight wondering how soon the storm would break when there came to me from n point not far distant the notes of the death bird They sounded n hit like the call of n quail and yet they were unlike They were like words instead of notes They were soft mid clear and from the very first they sild to me Iook out Look outl Look outl Danger Danger Danger Death Death Death I repeat that the blest seemed to be talking Instead of crying out In Its not ural notes I may lawn got this Idea from my state of nervous apprehen slot lint so It was I turned nUll woke up the two sleeping engineers and ask ed thin to listen They did not make out words us I did but one of them whispered Thats n danger cry or I never heard one I tell you we ore menaced by some great peril Thrice tho death bird called Its notes iiiiii then all wits sllenpo as before A Fouler wits sent cweplng away to call iitbc sentinels A few rods to tho north of us at we had noticed when going Into camp time sands had UcO toyed with by some strong gale until iaturnrdeepest silence we left tents and baggage nut taking nothing hint our wn ter itottlcs and muskets we crept out ot camp to the north and by and by reached the fort It was so dark that men hind to bo felt for Instead of spo ken to but at the rail of half nn hour we lay In line with our muskets resting on a sand ridge and pointing toward camp One could tell by time feeling In the air that the storm would soon break and that the first break would be a vivid flash of lightning The men were Instructed to fin with Ume flash In caw It revealed Indians about At last when we were nil In n trem bio with anxiety time flash came For a few MiiindM It was us If n great searchlight had milieu Impel the desert It was so blinding that every eye was closed for n second When opened they beheld n haul of 10 Apaches on bauds nnd knees within 1 fret of the tents A volley was fired straight lute their faces mad n second as another flash showed n few lu retreat and time we lay there lu the pouring rain till daylight conic There hind been In the band as near ns we could figure It Indians We had tired without aim and the destruction wrought was due to luck or accident but there were K redskins lying dead on time snails around the camp Among these were a full chief n subchlef and live or six noted warriors Our volleys hind ac complished more than n years cnm paigning with COO soldiers Indeed they brought pence for two years Said one of the survivors to me afterward We hind planned to kill tho entire lot of you We heard the notes of the death bird nnd knew you would hear them also but we didnt believe ypu would understand the warning Had you not understood mid moved away not n man of you would have escaped For ninny days subsequently oyp for many months nnd ycarsas I was posted along the desert or Journeyed across It I looked for the death bird at morning noon nnd night but I never got sight of him Ills mission was to fly only nt night and to tell of peril Rip Did They Must Hunters tales rarely make mention of poor shots nnd failures and n story which depicts the reimirknble sue cess of some famous shots In Califor nla n few years ago Is therefore nllthe more Interesting Time narrator Mr Frank Marrynt terms the Incident time one marvelous tale In his book Moun tains and Molehills In former times it would have passed tor n miracle Three of us were out at midday In search of venison In the Santa Rosa valley The sky was cloudless and time sun blazing hot Making for n shady thicket we unexpectedly started n thou In the long gross Slit was out of range before we could raise n gun but there still remained n fawn Time pretty Innocent stood perfectly still gazing at us Our larder was bare nail we could not afford to ltc merciful Time fawn stood motionless as I nd vnneed n few paces nud took as I fan cirri deadly aim I missed and still It did not trove The others fired end missed also From tint sane distance about 75 yards we tired each four bullets with out success Still the fawn moved but a pace or two and our rifle ammunition was exhausted I then crept up to the fawn mill with in CO paces tired twice at It with my pistol Then unharmed it quietly walked away in search of Its mother We looked nt eneli other lu surprise Fourteen shots within 70 paces of a motionless cheer Well Ill be hang cull was one mans comment Crack could not explain It unless the rnrefnctlou of the air hail made the deer semi nearer than It was To nalte Palms Prom Seeds To start palm seeds Is an easy mat ter Ilace half n dozen seeds In a six Inch pot covering them so they will be nbout two Inches below time surface They should thou be well watered nud the soil should IH kept fairly moist fin tinually until the little seedlings push their way up The soil should never be nllowed to dry out nor should It bo kept soggy Another good plnn Is to place all the seeds lu a box of moist sand and exnniluc them every ew days Those that burst and lwgin to sprout may ixe planted In flat boxes two or three Inches apart In a good rich sandy soil or they may be potted It well started lu small pots It should be homo In mind that the embryo or seed leaves of palms are usually entirely different In form from the true or character leaves which conic Inter In the embryo leaves the form Is lung and narrow swordllke mad usually with no divisions Robert It McGregor lu Womans Home Companion The Stones Ilnrned In 1701 Tlilllp OInler time dlscoverci of coal nt Summit Hill near Mnuch hunk lived lu n rough cabin In the forests on the Mnuch Chunk mountain While In quest of game for his family whom he hud left at homo without food of any kind his foot struck n black stone Ity the roadside not far from the town of Summit Hill he built n urn of wood nnd threw pieces of the supposed stone about It so that the embers might lust longer while he was roasting n fowl He was surprised utter n little while to see the stones glow and retain their heat for n long time He carried a lot of the coal home and burned It there The few neighbors soon learned of the discovery but there was no mining to any extent In Carbon county until after the war of 1812 hind begun An Old Custom Why In It the duty of the bride to cut tho wedding cake The fact Isat least so a professor told me the other hotntom of It The original Roman mar ridge was effected by the simple proc ess of time bride and bridegroom break mug n cake of hrlmlnull eating It to gether This developed Into the bride cake nnd the bride cut It because it was the duty of the woman to prepare food for the man Young brides of to day who think It the height of HI luck hot to cut their own wedding cake are probably not in tho least aware of what they are symbolically pledging themselves to but they had better bear In mind that If they wish to keep a mon In a good temper they must not forget to feed him HANS AT IT AGAIN THE GERMAN COBBLER ONCE MORI GETS INTO TROUBLE This Time lie llni to Thank a Grocer For II time Latter having Put Mini Vp to the Lntrit Dodge to Culcli Trade ICopyrleM 1000 by C n tswiLJ Dot grocer two blocks below me comes In to get n cement patch on his shoo for twenty cents tnul vhllo be walls fur der bob be says to me Hans innypc you rbas n fool Maypo I vims I says It you tbasnt a tool you could make ouo tousnnd dollar In tour weeks Vhell how vhas IIh07 She chums ills way All der peoples In America vlias great bands to guess Dey guess about At r crops dcrwentber tier politics und eafcrytlng else It dey cant guess dey Vbas not h II Und how can I bclp dot IIIYou dont chant to help chant to cncouragu It anti mako dot one tousand dollar Listen to me You shall till a quart jar mlt beans unit put him In your window You shall hat a sign dot eatery customer bos n chance to guess how many beans Dot tuna who comes nearest after tour weeks gets a pair of shoes made mltout cost Dont you seer I dont see how she thins at first but he talks norno more und my wife comes In und by und by I belief It vhas all 1C O I buy n jar uud some beans of him und be makes me a sign dot I vhas Der Guessing Shoemaker It dont seem two minutes before a young mon comes In und says Hello cobbler but I guess two million beans und I like dot fife dollar right nvhay queek nut doro vhas no fife dollar und you must IKJ a customer Dont you try some gum games on mer he yells It vbas two million beans and fife dollar or I shall punch your head Dot man swears und blows around und calls me names unit vhcu be goes AX ANGRY CALLER oudt I vhas slinking like a lent Ho vhas only shust gone then an old man mlt two canes hobbles In und says Cobbler I vhas an old sport unit I like sporty wen You vbas A sport I shall get my heel Used und guess ten tousund beans und you can glf me dot new pair of shoes right off now limit It vhas tour weeks I said Dot vhas all right to tool der public but you uud I understands each other Come along my sporty shoemaker from Hamburg I couldnt do It of course timid dot old man calls me a chump uud n fool und pokes me lu dcr ribs mlt both canes at once If A policeman dont pass by on der odder side I belief bt would break my head Ho rays he shall meet me somo dark night und knock daylight out of me und my wife vbas still crying vhcn der third man comes 111110 vhas all smiles uud laughs und he rubs his hands together und whispers I vhas been there myself How you menu I says In dcr bean business Dot jar holds shust maw beans unit Ill take 3 In cash Instead of dlr shoes But you vhas no customer und you must wait I shall be some customer bo says One shoestring for 1 cent please I vhas no man to walt vhau going to Chcegago tonight uud like dot 1 In my hand I vims a good natured mat but If somepody tries to swindle ho finds mo like a wounded tiger Shell omit cobbler I dont shell tad bb grabs me by der hair mud bumps my head on dcr wall und If my wife dont come my head vhas cracked open She says dot gro cer vims some duffers und dot he makes n fool of me but before I can take der beans out a woman conies In und says Vhell I do declare but you vhas as bad as nil der rest Cobbler do you know dot your soul vbas as good an lost How vhas dot I says HecaiiHi1 you vhns a gambler und Wall street and horse racing mud lot teries In one Week you take ten tou sand Hoiils mlt you to perdition I dont belief him lout I know It nnd I shall try U stop your wicked work Had bold wicked maul Now you see vhat I shall do in dcr cause of morality I say Dot woman picks oop dot jar of beans mid smashes It on dcr tloor und 10000Q0 beans go hopping all oafcr town I dont try to stop her und she shakes her list at me und says 11n hn ha Now you go by perdi tion alone Dot vhas how dot bean dodge works und In two days dot grocer cornea In ucd says Vhell Hans how vhas her How nany hundred guesses 1 explain to him und he shakes his head M QUAD SOUTHERN TJowI RfllLWY IN ICENTUCKY ICenh 3cti ili It IfMl rey to tOO BARTnoOlUI No Nab Nat puiro4spraArAr Leilturton laiaoi TUPITI Ian PIll atILih1Ar Vevatlles 764ara Lotpm Mtam rMAIIIArLuusvllle ia3am 7 0pm TW Gill Ir WqTIIOUIUA II No ivitiona No 1t Nn ituni Ciulnll Ar tapm i i iIpm InOOAru IaruebrgAr bOOpm Maus T2IIIIInaTBOUllpfi cupmaCpm pllIpmIIOpmIl0hpm111Ipm1CopaTT10RL 15801ArAr KDNYIU TOOpm tans LIOpIllMAT JaektonTlU L1Mm da6mArsytmArtiE1I1ta1KtOC mope abaAr Hlrmlocham 1005nro Ilessm pArNo through sleeping ear LoultTlIle to Dlfaalagham tls Lexington sod CbatunoocK No k tree cbtf Mtllok chtlrur LoulitUU LetlogtoaNo trTttloo citlr car Uitnrtoo H LouliTllla No Meeptncttr RlrmlBchtm to LonUftll Tiklxilnftoo All trtlnt twiweca Loulit tilt Leitof ton mid Barttn dally- netween Verttlllet mid Georgetown Not II tad lldilly No nand dtll7ricpl8undt7D- etweea Verttlllet NleboltiTlllo Hick pond and Irvin dally wept Sunday tDtlljeicept Sunday Other trttntdttlr- rsaANsoNs1 vpkc M j u cctrT u- Wtihlocton D a Washington DO- WATVRKOIA w HTiTLot A o rx- Tuhloctoa a a Loultf lilt Ky ii v SPECIAL ungrKST DR GOLDSTEINT- he Eve HpwInlM will return tr lanfir l MnnOnv IHtf IT loou for one tar only Dr O OoMteln of LouUvlll will tx In the ctl fit Ktaufnril n t to riiunln one diysticl will tit glaceto to the or all wlnctrl them Ho tint rustle tho study of uptfclally and anyone In need of- glusMI cnnnoi do better than give him a rail lie will bo found lit hU rums at the Verundi lintel lacenta of children whmo eyes are In nay way nffnpUd nhonlil laka them to Dr CJolKt n ana have then examined Too much earn cannot bo taken In till particular a any neglect of scents may lead to mil serious conntuencea In after lift If tho ryes of n child tired glass the doc Ifn determine and adjust such KIIe lit will lie mat apt In par erve and Incrcniitt their strength The doctor hits n lvlngHllfactllII fur ninny yeses and wo recommend him u worthy the troiiipo Of the Public Tho o nmTrrltij wilt llielretP d cull on him and If hedont give them relief It will nut cut I them any talnc Ho cnn mljuv to any cye andarmy age A good glass rightly odjn te d U a luxury lo alseNnn with foiling lRlit they enunot allJrlI to do without A gees Im perfectly adjusted It worse tuna no glass TWO FARMS FOR SALE HITIDK decMeJ to chiDgemr Toratloa Iwill Ml prlnteljr my taco on which I live of a Inll rom Orebtd Ky TUU rant le doe land l0 ooUlal otculIlT llon lWwre ol ricer lottom Und that II doe rom tnd uietdow Und Ixltnni M setI upland and well adapted It torn beat Hue crtw tnl all other crone A buck dwelUnc oft nom sod cellar a wlll rltndld Irentune water tl the door two iwd teneinent hours nw ieu sad tit necessary oulhulldlog wills p ol good fruit sail tn tbundwt neck WI trmikelhlt tht won dslnhle Urm In bl At end s rnn alouiIOO acres t4 m Its home Crib lle She ftOrchard Ky on mom UrireiUwk cb lure and admitundancel oltwwatterwith 1 ono nllb flne1 bulldlnu sits In the nelchbor hoofoanlrotMUaqImAlannil K on UnaAl tor ilie pertieeudncistern iiiItnlAI ttttched orfurlboFur WrchtnlII H Crib Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will 0 In Dan llli Mondtyf Welne d jitnd Frldtyi Will be In Stanford TiiwUyi TburfUyl tod Sal urdtyi Ortlw In the IVnnlnglon IJullJInj Stanford Of Act hours 9 to U Mi to4 r OSTEOPATHY a This Sclenw orlglntle1 sail developed by Pr of Klrnrll Me on the- prlnctplsofAnalmayand lbylology for Ita re mill It 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Knox lilt Asheville Savannah Atlanta Bird mingham 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 uyti Vbtayou to Florida you enhance th IUI the by alnv river Ike Itaren t Crttccnt Itoule and its liens via Cincinnati coafltOoI Skillful attendants look to fort your meals U carte u niucd In the best hauls rm It unbroken on the lhlOlh tk btlltttcd roadway You are not uno edbyehangd of cars rttlcu vanishes fore some the finest natural scenery In America W J MIRPIIY J W C RISCARSOV Ooo1aC OenlPa1rAeotC- INCINNATI LOUisvilLE J CUICA60and Y BEST LINE T- OCalifornia AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains doily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SFRINGSl UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers t II 1IA ON I A HtV cot li mill AlHlltrtKU IxillUviltr THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky Time most centrally located and onlyt FIRSTCLASShotel 2 RATEIOne block from the principal shopping district anti two blocks from time three principal theatres Street ears puss time door to all parts of Thc City Everything neat anti clean a ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by W Adams ft Co 1alnt Lick Icy It a guaranteed sure cure for hones anti mules ullltctcd with Fistula 1allevll Scratches Saddle hell until and Soft Enlargements are Heel DUtempor td KortnlebyW R Mcltob llumphrevLibertyCaldwell WaYDcs ur1 Dunn Ilros anttvlllo Ky P UOomptonMlllcdgorllfe Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg ICy Oath A Mo Clure TurncrsTllle J II Vanhook McKln ney tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL TANKom KY Ilw H 1000 TUB best materials combined with skill and accuracy insure good cArol tB No are over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS c H WILKINSON of Casey Wile hero yesterday Miss MAUY Bituci Is assisting in Severance Son Dit JG CAIIPKNTKU was In Rich mood the other day- MAUItlcBFAimiS has returned from Lexington Business College J AMK8 MALT ourplondld Mt Vernon correspondent was hero Wcdnes day MRS J S nICe returned Tuesday from a visit to her parents ttt Cavo City HKNSIK BltOWN of Iarksvllle pass cd up to Mt Vernon Tuesday to visit relativesMils L DUNCAN returned to To- ledoil 01 Tuesday after a visit to her heroYnUot spent Mveral days f with her sister Mrs 11 C Baugbraan In tho West Knd Mil lON FISH attended tho Inaugu ration and on returning spent several days In Lexington Miss LULA McOLLin of Crab Oroh on was the guetot Mrs II Me Cluro aiTurnursvllle Mil T J Itoiin soN of Hutlonvlllt was hero Wednetdav en route to Lan caster to visit his brothers MBSDAUKS IIHTTIK McKiNS Hv nod Fannio Dunn are visiting Mr J U McKlnnoy In the West Rod Mil AND Mils W J HOOAN of Dryantivllle Int several days with Mr and Mrs J M Phillip Mils LIXZIK DILUOX uod daughter hoes Nellie Dllllon of Lancaster were guest of Mrs Maul Novluf Miss MARY ROWDKK of Ue MeKta ncy ecuno brought ee yesterday a Maple of some dollf hllul black cake abe made DON than a ytsar nt MK WILLIR ADAM of Mt Varaon who is traveling for a bit jmlilUblng house at Bootee wee here this w iJitH W A THIHIILB aid ton Jama Pleksjlt are baek nfiar a protraoitd visit to rolallvM la Clark and Mason CASIIIKU OHOHOIC A PHHWITT wife aid handsome son nullllu of Liber ty were hers Wtdnasduy and yosuir day Mlt JOHN Ir DCDUIOON n prominent oltlwn of Marlon county stint several days with his sliter Mrs Samuel Mc KlttrlokMlts RiciiAHD Hum and daughter hues Mary Bibb returned yesterday from a visit to Mrs A K Godwin at Nashville On 0 GOLUSTHltf tho eminent oc ulist will rn at the Veranda lintel Monday and Tuesday See him If your oyos aro out of shape Mil 0 V RtLRY and Mesdames J C Jones and W M IlolUnsworth of Plnavlllc accompanied the remains of Mr Emily U Jones to this place i UKV S M LOuN Is greatly Improv Iodof his typhoid fever and his mother Iclaw Mrs M C Saulley who came up from Stanford to assist In nursing him has returned homo Mlddlcsboro New Mil H P ADAMS who has traveled this territory for Curry Tunis t Nor wood will take Clay Hunts Job Jan Mr Hunt will stay In tho house In which he Is a partner Mr J J Cornell on will succeed Mr Adams LOCALS IPmnTS of ovary kind J H Motor Go to Hamilton for Christmas pres entllIIGo to Wilkinson a harbor shop for hot and cold baths 1 IDBAL Patent Kid shoo for man at Cummins k McOlaryII IlAMHTON8 uptodalo Jownlry stock Is thu talk of tho town Soc 1t NlCK assortment of Lownoys candles Send your sweetheart a box J H Meier TUB L A N will ball roundtrip tickets at H fares on Dec 227 212i s t and 11 nnd Junl AS usual ou stock of candies frulu nuts etc will bo the beet In town Hlgglns MeIlnneyII PERSONS holding e claims against S II Rout will have them paid by pro scntatlon to p Combelltt Phil Ky IIrla our earnest dcslro to satisfy every customer If you aro pleased tell others If not toll us Pennys I Drug StoroIIJAcr coal atPltlsburg burned yesterday causing u 1600 loss They wero Insured for 81000 It Is NrDAUOHKIITY Miss r Maggie Daugh IertYI aged died at Mr J P Cashs she bad made her homo Tues day and was burled In tho Campbell burying ground Wednesday nfter services by Hid Hagan LoWNKVs cundlcH nt J H Meiers Go to Wilkinson fur au easy shave or stylish halt cuLIIAPllloiliiATit gifts Hamil tons jawelrv store StunfordII NlCK llns of dolls doll wagons and express wugons J H MeierII W clock and jewelry of all kinds at Kuibry Knglcmans CANDY candy Every kind from tbo cheapest to the finest J 11 Dialer Now is u food time to place your or der for holiday picture Miss Sacray OiTlCB for lu INTKKIOU Jouii NAt building Apply to K C Walton Eoasl want dozen egg J U Hlgglns Depot and Railroad Crossing XMAS MunicrsHandkerchlefs Neck wear and Glove at Cummins ft Mc Clarys Nice lot ol furniture and rugs at Bcazloy S Hays Get their prices boo fore buying WANTED u good farmsbond Must bo industrious and moral Small fami ly desired W P Tate FORTY newpatterns Ladles and Gents gold watches t460 to 143 Thompson the Lancaster JowolorII IK you havent bought your jacket capo oc furs wo can save you II to 82 on the garment Prices cut to close out Severance SonllIITliK hop given by tho Social Colored Club In Macksvllle last night U said Mi have bun tho ewollet event tbo Negroes have over had here To TUB LAMBS Our line of holiday rood can pot be txacllad Send your biistHtodfiNirly so you can got choice They are going fast George H Fa- rrtet Co L or TUB liuirent aomn ni and lowest prlcet la Diamonds Jewelry Sterling illrer Cat Glass uod fancy ImPOrWd goods for Christians prwonts Thom p son ba Lancaster jewelerII IT was oar Intention to print an eight raitMr than a six page paper today but the paper ordered In abundant time got ldttrtwked uod we pre ut the mercy of the railroads Wwill do bettor next itne however BROWN HUo Florelle Drown a oovsta ol Dr R J Brown of this place died at Mt Vernon Tuesday af ter a ktf t1hllloH uf consumption She was 22 yearn old ned an excellent young lady She was u devout member of the Christina ohurah MK IlKNDHitsoN HAUOII asks us to extend his sincere thank to his friends at Highland who worn so kind and thoughtful of him and his during his wifes nteent and fatal Illness He also wishes to thank Undertaker McClary for hit many kindnesses TUB young people ofthe MtCor maoks section stormed Mr and Mrs Samuel MoKlttrlck a few nights slnco and were made to have a delightful tlmo Mrs McKlltrlck got nn Ink slog of their Intentions nod made con siderable preparation for them J B MAUTIN for several years a re sident of this place and abridge super visor of tho Lt N Railroad Compa ny died at Lebanon of pneumonia Tho Interment took place yesterday ut Taylorsvlllc Mr Martin was a morn ber of Marlon Comraandory No 21 K T of Lebanon Ills wife and several children survive Foil SUHIIUM r T J Hill an nounces his candidacy for sheriff In this Issue subject of course to the no tlon of tho democratic party No bat tor democrat or cleverer gentleman lives than Mr Jeff Hill and ho will prove formidable candidate It mutters not how tho ticket It named His lfe lies boon spent In Lincoln and If ho has solitary onemy In the county wo have never beard of It JOSK8 Mrs Kmlly B Jones widow of the late Lewis Jones died at Pine vllle Tuesday morning of neuralgia of tho heart aged nearly at Sho has been sick only a few days and the night before tho doctors told her sons and daughter that she was not danger ously ill Her son Joseph C Jones remained in her room until after mid night find when tier visited her four hours later ho was horrified to find that life was extinct Mrs Jones was a sister of Mr Joseph ColToy of this place and moved with her family to Lincoln from Wayne county In March of 1872 She lived hero until somo live or six years ago Sho was n splendid woman kindhearted almost to u fault and a lovely follower of the meek and lowly Nnzarlno A member of the Chrtlnn church for years she was hardly over absent at Its services when she lived here Four children survive all of whom came with thn remains to this place They are Mrs O V1tliey Jell D Jones Joseph C Jones and Low Is Jones A short service was held at the Veranda Hotel by Kid Joseph Dal lon Wednesday afternoon after which all that was mortal of the good woman was taken to BulTalo Springs Cemetery und lajd to rest by the side of her son Ed II Jones who was burled some eight months ago NEW lino of Rookwood pottery at Hamiltons BLACK cakes on bund and made to order J H Meier DONT fall to see the lOc counter George H Farrls it CoIIMK J K CnniSTiAN will wind up bis turkey business here today Tilt goods you want at the right prices are at Pennys Drug StoreII WALL paper at reduced prices and very cheap at W U McRobcrts Fort sale two cows nehailer one pig and six tine roosters Will Sev erance SOLID gold studs Scarf pins cull links and rings at Embry L Eagle manlI WE have a nice assortment of Xmas dishes Save you money to see us Hlgglns A McKlnney loUR attention Is called to the ad vertisement of Hamilton the jeweler Read It and call on dim WE can not stock coal as wo have been doing so you bad better get your coal while you can J H Baughman ft CoIIFIRKWOUICS My license for selling fireworks expires on the 22nd You bai better lay In your Christmas supply now WII Brady DONT buy a present for your wife or sweetheart until you examine Ham litors stock of jewelry sterling sliver nns tics rings clocks watches cII NoTicE TO rAXlFUSYourf4- nool tax Is due Settle on or before the 15th day of December 1000 L R Hugbuj Trcaturcrot District No YOU neodnt go to tbo expanse or troublo of registering your letter con Lathing money for this oiltao just gut a paper bill and tend It along as quickly as possible FKIKNUS of Rev Jeorge O Barnes who desire to remember him with u CAr fmaa offering will please bund or send It to Mrs It C Warren Mrs L U Cook or Mrs Mary B Craig and It will bo promptly forwarded Bro Barnes hue not been with us In person this year but his testimony and work In the Lord abides with us He having ministered to us In spiritual things It Is but meet that we should minister to him In pbysloal Any one who has re ceived of the grate of God or enter od Into eternal life or boon made rich er In Christian experience by ibis Godly man is Invited to give hued to this notice and tanks a thank altering to God for His servant In as much as you have done It unto ooe of the least of these my brethren you have done it unto mo- Garrard Boyle Mercer Madison and Lexington papers please copy GIVKNS Lincoln county lost one of her very best citizens when Mr James Given breathed his last at an early hour Wednesday morning Few men who have lived In the county have left a cleaner record In every way than this excellent Christian gentleman Ho was TO years old and while ho had never been a stout man his decline In the last several years has been marked Ho was a lifelong member of the Christian church and although a very reserved gentleman and never aspiring to be a leader In the church his work for tae Masters cause will live In memory for ages Many years ago Mr Givens married Mss Margaret Bright who preceded him to the grate several years No better man over lived In this community and lls place as a citi zen will not be easily filled After ser vices by Kid Jos Ballot at his reel thence on the Danville pike yesterday morning his remains were Interred In Buffalo Springs Cemetery in tbo pre once of a largo and sorrowing assemblage of his friends TIU ted Men took the town by storm Wednesday evening and held It In their away until late that night The occa sino was n public entertainment of that good order at Odd Follows Hall and a banquet at the St Aeaph neither of which will soon bo forgotten by those fortunate enough to be present The en tertalnment nt tho hall consisted of vo cat nd Instrumental music by the talent bore and Interesting speeches by Hon R H Tomlinson of Lancaster Rev J B Crouch of this place and J Bcechor Adams of Huslonvlllo This part of the program lasted till 030 when the Red Men and many of their friends repaired to the St Asapb 110 tel and until midnight enjoyed both good things to cat and oratory which lowed freely Dr Steelo Bailey acted as toastmaster and early la tbo action proved that bo was the right man for the place His dignity at times and his How of wit and wisdom at others made him the admired of all admirers Those who responded to tout wero Messrs Charles Wheeler of Huston rule Jack Bcnzloy of this place and CftS Swlnebroad and R L Davidson Of Lancaster All the gentlemen ac ifulltcd themselves creditably but Mr Wheelers was said to be the elTort of tbo evening The banquet gotten up by Mesdames H C Farris end Mark Harlin was a gem of culinary art land was most elegantly served Thcjo wer some half dozen courses and all of them were toothsome J 6liritrna r6ont I Greatest Value And Best Selection AT McRoberts Drug Store I Miscellaneous Books TEACHERS AND FAMILY BIBLES Statuettes Gold Picture Frames and Mirrors and Miscellaneous STERLING SILVER AND EBONY NOVELTIES Games Dolls- Doll BuggiesIf TOY WAGONS CARTS SLEDS STHHLINO silver novelties of all kinds nt Embry ls Kngleroans COMB early and have your goods put aside for you Pennys Drug Store 10000 HALES of all grades of hay for sale cheap J H Baughmnn CoII LAUD CANS Butcher Knives Sage nod Peppers nt Warren t Shanks LADIES you should tako a peep at the elegant china display at George H Farrls d COd TAKE a glance tEmbryt Kngle mans ad They are uptodate jewelry and novelty people DONT wait until Xmas eve to make your purchases Avoid the rush and craoe early Higgins ft McKinney DECLARED Ortr Mr J B McKinney of tho West End who was to sell a lot of personalty on the 10th has do cured not to sell BHEII LANDHAM of the flee ord had to use coon power to print Ills yesterdays edition Ills engine broke down and ho couldnt gut It fixed In time to use it Tin Christmas are open and tho stores present a lively appearance Read what u number of our merchants have to say about their stocks in this Issue and buy some of their wares AN Idea of the popularity of the TwIccaWcek Courier Journal can bo had when it Is told that 10 people sub scribed for It through iblsotllcconqday this week Hardly a day pusses that a subscription for It Is not given us IlAiwis Mr Louis P Harris aged 55 died at Hurrodsburg yesterday morning Ho bad been in bad health for years Mr Harris was a brother of Mr J T Harris of this place who wont down to attend the burial yesterday THIS AND THAT Several Sisters or Meroy were burned in a convent at Fort Dodge Iowa iiewt Noel was shot by Will Now a tenant lu Owen county nod may die A ship with 11 Japanese students on board Is missing and It Is feared that it has foundered- A big crowd attended W H butts sale at Moreland Wednesday and fairly good prices ruled throughout Mules brought from 00 to 8123 Through the efforts of Rev J S Sloe of Lexington Kentucky Wesleyan College has secured the valuable brary of the late Rev Dr H P Walk or Christmas Goods New and useful We have just returned from the homctif old Santa where we pur chased many ni o things for the holiday trade such ks EBONY TOILET SETS Jewelry Cases Collar and Cuff Boxes Elegant silk Suspenders Fine Silk anti Linen Handkerchief Ebony Hand Mirrors Shaving Sets Silver Mounted Umbrellas SUn Damask Towels Fancy WorkBasketst Fancy Stools Now Dress Goods Hosiery Ties Etc If you will bring your Christ mas memorandum wo will supply your wants an the occasion demands JOHN P JONES Stanford l fi3 ijimmi f ij J I Cut Prices 1 iI Cut Prices on CapesICut Prices on Furs Ii Cut Prices on Jackets t Cut Prices on Underwear ti I Cut Prices on Dress Goods i fiCut ices on Hundreds ol Articles When Looting For 1 Christmas Presents 1Jfe fta SjlNKP French Flannels tie SEVERANCE SONS IOpposite Court House mf Bi i1 1m I c4r1 r foil THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rwbuahTu GY And ILGVIII av 1 PER YEAR CASH IS When not iop IJS3OO will teeharged Entered n thf jxtttofflce at Stanford a tcondCtats matttr KNOXVILLE DIVISION 21 Train going North MM 1155 e m 1 t MM 2 II I p 21 II South ml2saa tJ u USZpm For alliPolntt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Ho 25 ArrrlTen at Stanford at las II No2 Leave Stanford at 210 AM No It AITTM it 1OIodt 1200 No W Lean Stanford at 230 p QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South paP4 Junction Cltr No en not atop No3 ll50p NoJ J122AH No9605pM Going South No2 doeot atop No4 313 No 6 1M P iNoao 6 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trims bare Frankfort at 050 It 340 r adl p xronn tlngit Icorgctown with theft A O K turnlnz leave Paris at 180t and oaf PM reaching Frankfort aftir connoting with Q O trains It 1120 M710P and 811 P N Ttie latter train leaves for Gfnrwtown at 715 r It NEWTON U IA LAND STOCK CROPS ETC H L Hubble bought In Laurel 12 muted ni SiO Weed Smith hud a valuable horse to die of lockjaw C R Bentley has bought the pacer Frank D for 3000 Fortyclght Village Farm horses sold at an average of 81200 W G Rowden sold to D C Allen a bunch of shoals at 4 35 S G Anderson bought of various parties a lot of hogs at 4 to Ho Lutes k Co bought of various par ties a car load of hogs at 31 toUc Joab Rlgney sold to Mark Hardln 13 calves at SIO and 81 premium on tho low Dalmont 2101 la the fastest of the 15 new 215 trotters in California this yearJ D Whitehouse bought a car load of hogs at SUO to 8425 on Rolling Pork A shipment of tons of potatoes has gone forward from Tacoma Wash to China Three hlghgradn seven months old Angus bulls for sale T L Carpenter Huetonvllle Joab Rlgney sold hero Tuesday a lot of cows at 210 and a lot of 300 pound cattle nt3e Tom Pence bought ol Mrs Ike Phil lips a lot of butcher stuff at 2e and sonic of W E Vanbook at 2c J M Pickerell of Montgomery bought of W H Ronlck of Pars 485 acres near Renick Station at 800 Mr Scanned of New York who bought Tho Abbot for 820500 has re fused 30000 for that great horse C Vanoy sold to M B Eubanks a marc mule for 805 and bought of Sid Brown a slx year old horse mule for sgjT D Pulslfer of New York owner of Tenny has leased the once great race horse to H C Duffy of Harrison county to be used In tho stud The stockholders of the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association have au thorized an Increase la the Kentucky Futurity Stake for 1003 and lOOt to 821000 Spring foals of 1001 will be ellclble A fairly good crowd attended J A Dudderars sale yesterday Col J P Chandler the auctioneer Informs us Milk cows sold at 323 to 840 boilers 88 to 825 calves 813 to 830 farming Im plements brought good prices II C Allen k Son of Georgetown told to D Bradfute k Son of Cedar yule 0 their great twoyearold Polled Angus bull Valiant Knight II for 81140 They also sold them a yearling heifer and two holler calves The av t rage price of the four was 8118 75 At Cincinnati heavy steers are quoted at 5 to 515 fair to good 410 to 4 05 batcher 4110 to 4c good to choice 415 to 4 CO common to fair 2115 to 3 heifers extra 415 to 4Jc good to choice 31 to410Rtockera and feeders 21 to lie Hogs Sic to 480 sheep 2c to 5c About oarsI was troubled with catairh of tho lower bowel says 0 T Clisliol ui484 Dearborn Ave Chlca go and although I consulted several eminent physicians who prescribed for me I found their remedies failed to in unyway relieve me and the trouble al most became chronic After buffering several months I onu day concluded to try Chamberlains Colic Oho ora and Diarrhoea Remedy and I beg to assure yeti that I was most agreeably surprised t duel that after taking two doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the diteaee that Iud cost me to much trouble and annoyance I am thankful In say that I have not encored from it since For sale by Craig k Hocker iiKAiNKHS CANSOT UK ct mi by loral application n tb y caiirot reach the dls rw t iwrlloii of the ear There only oue way to euro ilejloen and that If liy canMliullonal ferns dies tleafnee5Lcaueedbyanluttamnl cundllion r rUUI raucous lining the Tube Wti u this tube gels ludamed yon luvo a ruiub lIu1 IIOiD1 or Imperfect hearing and when It Mllrflly crowd Ueafnes Is the mutt and unless tho Inflammation can lie tlhu out ami this tuber vblyed ttt normal conilltlon hearing will Im ilmtnyetl forever ntue cud out of ten are sauced ItrciUrrb which hnolblug but an enll med con dnlae of the mucouslorlcu- W will afro one buudred dollar for any ease of limtutts mused by catarrh that ear not to rural br llalla Ctirrh L1tra Send for circular free P J CHUNK tCO rqJIOIo tSoW Druwltll 7J- clliili Fatally 1IIU ate Ilie lest IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Cecil k Catron will open n wholesale liquor house at Junction City Samuel R Black a young Richmond attorney le dead of typhoid fever Clay Goodloo will be manager and H W McGlnnls captain of Centre Col le ell foot ball team next year Azure Damron a young farmer of Adair shot and killed Irvlno Bottoms Bottoms was a dangerous man and pro voked the difficulty Damrpn gave himself up- MUs Emma hash organist and a leading worker of tbo Methodist Epis copal Church South is dead at Som erset Miss Bashs parents used to live In Stanford William Merritt traveling under many aliases escaped from the work house at Danville taking with bin one of Keeper Conloys mules He was In for theft and was wanted at other points after serving his sentence here Joe Ware Is certainly one of the most enthusiastic democrats of this region le started out walking to Frankfort yesterday afternoon Ho said he expected to be on hand early this morn- Ing When last beard of ho was split ting the pike wide open at Lawrence burg Danville News George Hall a deputy jailer at Manchester Clay county Vls shot and In stantly killed In a general fight there Sunday night The fight occurred just after dark and a number of men were engaged and several shots were fired After the shooting was over Hall wet picked up dead but the responsibility for the killing has not been placed HUBBLE George Wood bought some fat hogs of Mack Eubaoks at 4o F P Bishop sold some corn at 8185 In the field Aaron Balls old sow went Into the house a few days ago and when Mr Ball stepped In she ran out through the window with a sash hanging around her neck It Is hard to tell who was the worst scared Aaron or the sow Mrs T 0 Rankin and children are visiting In PulaskI county Jas Floyd and wife of Joyce are visiting rela tives in this community Dr fickle Arthur Hubble and Jack Spoonamoro have gone to Louisville The former to enter a medical college and tbo two latter will visit friends nnd relatives In IndianaD Spoonamore sold ono horse mule to R L Hubble for 8115 Jack Spoonarnore sold to same party two young mules for 81GO James White sold a bunch of fat hogs to Frank Bourne at 4c J T Hackley sold some shoats to Wm Cook at 4c and 4 work mules to same party at 845 JC Eubanks bought 32 80 pound cattle at 4c T C Rankin bought 7 yearlings mules of E T Pence at 5750 Jae Wilmot sold eome baled nay to Baugh man at Siio and some shoats to Sweeney Morgan at 3410 Our old friend L L Dawson writes as follows from Ash Grove Mo Al though feeling very tired tonight I will scribble you a few lines to let you know PlY time has about expired for the I J and as we can not do without It will remit I believe I will try the Courier Journal again quit it year ago when It went back on democracy En closed you will find 812j which pays for both papers Wo are very lonesome now us our two oldest children Gertle and Arthur are at tho Queen City Business College at Springfield They hope to get through In February Dig Thompsle Cooper Judge Batloy Dick Warren and Tom Nowland In the ribs for me Oh how I would like to see all of my old friends back there Who knows but what I may some day William Watkins a wellknown far mer living five miles from Central City committed suicide by drinking two ounces of laudanum He had been on a protracted spree and became de spondent over the loss of 8125 the proceeds of the sale of his tobacco He was 43 years old and leaves a wife and four children A mam OF TERROR Awful anilety wa fit for the widow or the lirate General llurnoam ol Maths wuea the doe tora Mid ilia could nut live till morning write Jlr 8 JI Lincoln who attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from Pneumonia hot the far Or King New IMworery saying that It hail more thai onet iiared her life and had cured her of consumption After three mail doses ahp slept ease night and it further use rom cured her This niarteloui niedlclnn Is guaranteed to cure all throat che t and lung dh eae Only Me and Trial bottle free at Ietnjra Drug Store As the duke of Manchester has pur chased a 82000 bull pup it seems that he has succeeded in getting a pretty firm grip on Papa Immermtins logi Owtodboro Messenger The wrirldu record rainfall is In the Khusitt district in India where the hills catch the wet winds from tho Bay of Bengal Sometimes 72 feet of rain falls there In a year A lame IdyrIs lycaused by rbuiiinqlism of tho muscles and slay be cured by u few applications of Chamber lalns Pain Balm For alo by Craig Hocker Druggists If we dont hurry up and lick those Filipinos we may havo Jo goon licking revenue stamps fur the remainder of our natural lives Tbo strlko of the telegraphers on the Santa Fc route is off so far as me cornl paoy is concerned KINGSVILLE LAKOKST stock of Xmas goods ever in Stanford at HamiltonsSMrs W L McCarty has a line line of jackets capes furs etc for sale at her residence James Henry Sirams who has been unable to walk for 12 years died Sun day morning and was burled at tbo old Gooch grave yard Eld C L Honecly suffered a serious accident last Saturday while trying to cut a pole with an ax ho cut himself above the temple severing an artery He started at once for Klngsvtllo and to Dr Actons otHcc where his wound was dressed Except from wing Very weak and nervous from his long walk and loss of blood Bro ifensely Is none tho worse from what might have been a very dangerous wound Miss Efllo B Carey hat returned from a biof but pleasant visit to Mrs Everett Chovoletto at Lexington Miss Gertrude Pennybacker visited rela tives at Lexington last week Mr and Mrs Will Pennybacker and little daughter of Lexington were guests of relatives hero last week Mack Williams was down from Burgle Tuesday Mr and Mrs John Watts of Hurrl man Teen arrived Saturday to bo at the bedsldu of her dying sister Mr Hcndcrton Baugh Little Miss Grace Hcnscly Is of pneumonia Dr and Mrs J M Actons bIght little son Hul see is recovering from a eI rious attack of tonsllltii Mrs Will Dye Is ill of jaundice Mr anti Mrs Oliver Johnsons baby Is of pneu monla Misses Bella and Lucille John son will go to Louisville soon to visit relatives Miss Annie Goocb of Way nesburg visited Mrs Dr Acton Monday and MATTERS Teddy has given to the African Meth odists a parsonage at Oyster Bay N Y Rev G W Perryman of Middles boro will accept a call to the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Pudu cah SPAINS GREATEST HEED Mr It P Olivia of llareelona Slum spend hit winter at Aiken S C Weak nefte usod MVfre piut In the tusk of his bead Un lung KlMlri fatten America s Ernteit lllood and Kttie sandy all pals won left him Ile Kiyt this grand medicine It whit ht ewnty need All America Knom Ula It sure liter sod kidney trouble purltei the Mood tones up the ttntntnteni the send pun rim Tiger and new life Into every maple sere end organ or the loor If weak ilr l or tllir vou nee1 it Iliery lottle guaranteed only M tents Sold at ISennya drug store The Mewl wrote a school boy is a hardier bird than the guse or turkey It has two legs to walk with two more to kick with and It wears Its wings on tho side of Its bead It Is stubbornly backward about going forward II THAT THHOB3HI3 HEADACHE you If von uoeollIr Rings Wouldluletlleae of nufftrert hate proved their niatcbleia merit for Sick sod Nervous ache They make pure Mood end ttroax need Cod build up your health PuT take Try them OnlyWcenta Money k If not cured Sold at llnoya tore What Is a synonpn asked a teach er Please sir said the ladtits word you can use In place ot anothtr If you dont know how to spell the other one u BlOOD POISOJ If you ores contrrctcd cay blood disease you are ccvef eats unless the virus or poltontm tKtt eiadlcatod from tboayi tern At tlm1 you M3 alarming lyinp tUt bull in li vs do atrijnareulta will follow I n s you Any of the follow lag ayuiptomit Sore Ihr at Tlcr on the Tonffne or in tbo MOHI Hair Falling Out Acliln PAIn ItcUluesa of the Ski- nS r 1 tt IMotchia on the Iltxlr Kje Ned and Smart Dyspeptic Stomach Sexual Weaknei indications of the second Stage Dont trust to lack Dont ruin year ajttcm with te old fogy treatment mcroury and y najh whlci only sup presBra th ymptoml for a time only to breakout IIllalll when happy In domestic rOUeOurteed to cure you Our guarantees are backed by tank bonds that tho lIto ease wilt serer return Thousands of patients hays been already eared by our Method Treatment for over twenty years No experiment no rlak not a but a poe cure The- srorteaseasnlirlted treat andcurs Nervous Debility 5exual Weakneti lied lilood Iolvmftrlcture Varlcoccle Kidney and HlaJJer Diseases and alt diseases peculiar to men and women CURES GUARANTEED Consultation Free Rooks Irca If unable to call write for qucatlon blank for homo treatment DRS- KENNEDY KERGAr 520 Walnut Street CINCINNATI OHIO T J HILL Iacandltlntr for PhvrlT of Lincoln county sultjat to tit action of the deniocruUe poky NOTICE Perona havIng claim against the late It Mlowoll will present tle lrnlrlYllento me tar payment at ones J T LKAVrIU AdMr CUbcru Greek Kr E nc3Txorr AL I will aiHin a Nareeel Srliou on the Irul ttouday in Jlnuury 1101 at Rubeake Ky Tuition 81 pee month Would tw Rmte for the patronage of any who are ontitMm slating n wbool Af lids kind Per turtlicr Inform t lou addre sae at Purcell Konturky JOHN WARE PUBLIC SALE I will sell at puUlk Auction at tar plate known n the Sam Cotliran arm wiles from Stanford and a from Crab Urrlmrtt on thu Stanford onr Orttb Orchard tike no FRIDAY DEC 28th I9OO The following property Two family horses one fancy hamem inaro S goal milk cows two calves 35 shouts Improved Poland Chi na 2 brood sows 2 bor o wagon I iihae ton I hat row 3Iionte plow shovel plows Ihoo 1I1J11er wheat drill goal at newt hoes rakes liarnnw lath plow and buggy 40 barrel of corn 5 shocks of fodder and my entire household and kitchen furniture Term innde known on day of sale J H HTEIHENB8IrishQrrhanlKy f Watches Clocks Rings Solid Silver Spoons Ttmlgors Knives mill forks full Iloxoj Shaving Mugs Cloth Velvet nnd lint Brushes in Solid Silver ant Ebony lit Glnss UrncolcUi Hlcrling Silver Kovcltiw of nil kinds Silver INIouiited Suspenders and inrttr Diamond Rings and BndnlOpal Studs And Scarf Pins Sugar Shells nnd Cream Itiller and Lidics Solid Silver hatclain Purses at Embry Fuglemans fP AVc Invite Your Inspection of a Line of I Holiday Goods J j CONSISTING OK f Fancy Toilet Articles Medallions i f honks Gaines and Novflltlea which will be 4 Sqld nt Very Close Prices Pennys Drug Store i vKNtivLVNTNM N1ti01 K1ti11 TUB soutftBrn mutual investment Go- OF LEXINGTON KY JJqSUeA CE REVERSE7 I f 1Ve of f pay while you live 011 Lino H Companies pay Vvlien you die Which do you prefer Over 500000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Kcscrvo nnd Surplus t ifGOjOOO Paid ill Maturities in September Further particulars apply to tT C Bailey or W D1en nington Local Agts Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Bradfordsville Ky The Best Christmas Gift Is a Barrel of Our No1 Flour which you can secure at any First Class Store or a Load of Coal getbyJ H Baughman Co oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0 g CHINN FRY- EBrokers g- g oIo Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o 0 j 0 o Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain o gtoProvisions and Investment go Securities Bought and Sold 0 0e 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o doloo Bank and Cou m ici l ltsfei orM I NR mQIM8 Telephone 550 0 o 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Dirt Cheap 11e dent sail Dirt Ohejp thine Th y am too expend to the buyer because they dens give mtiaiuctioii and are quickly gone Wo charge enough not It cent more Ue mike it little profit each time Small plb up If Chore are tooh f them Ae the boy Mid Lot of of little wake one hit Plenty of rutom r ere what We are lotilctug fur You will see by time following our Our Profits must Be Verij small Mixed dnily 7c Stick Candy So Prunes Set Iihn r ogee ice 2 pounds of Soda 5c Calland see our nice line of Chrirlma roar We will have Cran ons Apple Unnaiu Qocoanuls Pare iVnrkalic Your for trade CASH MCCLURE TURNERSVILLE KY Our War on Furniture Continues and our Goods are 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 thellljCall in when you come town and see W W WITHERSI 1 Cut Prices ft t1 VrV Dont forget that wo can oavu you from fl00 to 8800 on nn QvUcSat or Suits Greatly Reduced Prices on r OvercoatsWillis sut1 Cheaper than you ever Paw themt Odd Pants at Actual Cost The Season Is ndvanolng awl wo want to sell them Cummins McClaryI Clothiers and Furnishers