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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I u VOL xxyiii STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 25 1900 9 A M NO 85 U HUBBLE Milton 1IIrlon1wal nmonjr hie old friend here thlrwcok Mr Andorsrri tae rooted a shop at Biirgin and sill move tbcro about Jan 1stSweeney Morgan bought some fut hogs of George Wood at 4 I5 John Robinson sold Morgan some Iambi at 3c Dr Illcklo will enter school tbo of January In LoullllIIu PreIS ton Deck of Wayne county It looking for a larmI in this county Marshall Uunlulu of IlllnoU Is visiting relatives here and It li Bald that Mo has como after bis In tendedB Givens had his minnow buck et with inlnnoiri In It tied in the rlv er during the dry weather and wbca the rains coma and tho water got too high for him to get It ha lot It remain sptnows there grown lots durlptf their I months con finemcnLICorn Isiolllrg fort2licro now 11111I HulTman has old bill land 30 aorcv on Dlx river nfcr hero to 1111 Bland lorI 9350 Mrn Iatilo Hudson and husband have sot fhclr Interest In tho White farm tear hero to Jamos Bwopo for I72 and have gone to his homo In Mine Joo Iloblnson has gone to tea 14s brother George who Is In ArUona tor his health Resolutions of Respect WlirHKAB God lo Ills Infinite wit dom has seen proper to lay the colri hand of death upon our beloved town man L B Adams tho father of two members of our order It to In con o quence thereof that wo whose name bv1I01fvlllo Ky do submit tho following Resolved L Asa tribe vo regret to have been compelled to noto tbe ab sence of our brothers J B and A J Adams at our meetings an account tho Illness and death of tho aforeeal- L B Adams tho beloved father fJsold Bros Adams IncerolyIere in this tho hour of their bereave hconwlationto Him wholo ways are mysterious and pat flcdlng out feeling sure that Is tho one way of finding solace and consolation In hours of trouble 3 That It should be a source o pleasure and comfort to said hrothersIand family to know that both g lout and clytl life of their father waeI an exemplary ono and will be felt by tboio whom be came In contact with during hillfe a Ufa to bo proud of A copy of the foregoing to be anted to Bros Adams spread upooI tbo minutes und published In tho COUDI ty papers IiUPIMA1CIIAA Cora B B PouHU Mrs Mica Hall an old woman and her ton 10 years old were murdered at Boonos Fork Lotcher county on Nov 13 Sol und Llge Fleming broth ere were arrested they were Inl1lctI ed by the recent grand jury Saturda nlgbtayoung man confeeoeti to mu dering Mrs Hall and her son U S broke down wept pluously and among otbur things sold I nan bear it no longer Dont you see the blood on my hand Iam guilty I killed Mrs Hall and her son for her money HOO which I have in my posket I sworo lies against Sol and Llge Flemlo s They are Innocent and should be r leased from tho clutches of the law Time and again he cried like u child all day lung whllo be was being guard ed Many peoplo believe ho is only pro tending and that ho is not oraxy The 8100 was found In his pockut an inside ono and securely sowed Sol and Li Flemings who have boon proclalml their Innocence since tho duy of their arrest are not guilty and will bo re leased from tho county jail HOW TO cum cuom Mr It Gray who Urea near Amciiln i Duchess county N Y says Chain bcrlnins Cough Itemed Is the licit med icine have over used It l s a tine chi sirens remedy for croup and never fill to CurcWhen given an soon ns the child becomes hoarso or even allot tlic croup cough has dovelOpcd It will proI j vent the attack This should bo borne in mind and a bottle of the Ilemo uy kept at hand ready for Instant use ni soon as these symptoms appear For t sale by Craig A Hooker Druggists Them literary mugs from wot I see Missed a wbolo lot In not dlscovorlug- mo They might ha found mo In tho oearI cst barroom I The DaJIlnrufnId I IfOok at my noao An yet they go way back Toget a Cyrano do Bcrgoruo Christmas JudgoI f A lame Bhonlder eally caused hr rheumatism of the muscles and may bo Cured by a few apiiicatlong of Chamber CraigIfocker 4 The Christmasturkey DOt tbo Christmas conversation should bo stuffed la with chestnuts P LIBERTY Tho Liberty Academy Is closed for OhrltmalIand his dolls aro still In towojJack has typhoid fever Is Improving Miss Llllle Moore who Is attending school In Stanford Is at homo for the hollllaI wetter upper last night It was followed by a Xmas tree There are pine candidates for coulltyI judge and12 for jailer Our seem to want otllce Mr Pat Whlpp accompanied Miss SundayMilltho college at that place Miss Aman da Stone who has been taking music at the conservatory In Cincinnati will end the holidays with us Wince Is looking for a girl to give a Cadenaro glad to noto Is convalescing We tmvent learned whether bis Illnoia xa caufcd ce atrtainIllohard Young and Hobart Wayroun two of our popular young men made aIploatant call over on Brush Creek ainfew evenings ago They retort an ex cellent time M K Humphrey has Just returned from a living visit to Hue sell Humor suIlumpbroyone moro trip CHURCH MATTERSb The Methodist aburch Is In control of 25 Institutions of learning which represent an Investment of 1130000000 John D Itockefollor Jr teaches a Bible duos of 125 young men at tbe Filth Avenue Baptist church Sunday School Now York City eldx K Woolford of tho Baptist church crowonyFriends of the late Dwight L Moody roligrWry Tho plan is to Interest every breast of tbo Protestant church In all 5tatoet secretary of the Interdenominational Local Option adsiresclap church Sunday night Jan Oth He wtll spend several days In tbo county and will deliver addresses at three four different points A Richmond Va syndicate pur chased Natural Bridge for X000 and had tho deed recorded at Lexington Va Tho Natural Bridge Development Company Is tho purchasers title and the deed was tram the Natural Bridge Forest Company Mrs Nolllo IL Par sons Is prttsldent She Is tho widow of anhd n Forgo In IRSJ The new company as sumed the 830000 fruit beta by tbo Knickerbocker Trust Company NowI York City und paid 30000 tush The property first was owned by Thomas JolTorson 1XKLMONIA 1KBVKNTED Jimmyey e for odds and la grippe during the pant low years to our knowledge not a single onto hrs tOMiltrd In pneumonia Tlios WMtfleld Co 210 Wabaub avenue Cif oago ono of the must prominent ruts thips a e for la grippe in many canon as It nut only gives prompt and com pklo recovery but also counteracts any tendency of la grippe to result In one monia For solo by Craig b Hooker Druggists t f Finding themselves living In glass houses tho Northern prose hue let u 1up thlap wo mu mlgbtykoorlOIll lion Miss discovered that Its victim was blameless andmobtho nine State has killed an lrnoce Negro Wo cant stop tbo rain but horn should bo an end of allowing lynch law to tall allko on the just und the unjust Loulsvillo Times rSho John dear Ive decided to mako my old dresses do mo this winter jSheSowintertieChristmas green proper arc the hollyt aYeandr churches J lAndlWono Twothlrds of tbo joy of CIto NEWS NOTES Burglars made an unsuccessful at tempt to rob a bank at Madison 0 Natural gas has been struck on the farm of Elgin Price near Lexington- It Is likely that tho society 400 of New York City will bo thinned out to 100Samuel M Murphy perhaps the althiest citizen of TonnesseellI dead it years Tho American Express Company will distribute 50000 In gold among Its em ployes today Ono loaded shotgun Three children of J Hzoll at Panther Two of them badly wounded A bank at Dalton City III was robbed Tho burglars secured between 13000 and 1000 David Brandenburg an ex Confederate and prominent citizen or Anderson county Is dead aged 70 A man who resides near Loa Angeles l confessed to killing his mother an d a sheep herder with an ax Gen Gordon officially announces the rcunloceMemphisMay 20 and 10 1001 John Kaiser Jr married only tout weeks und out 011 job committed sui tide by shooting himself in the heart LouisvilleCnpt Bontloy tho oldest Odd Fellow In tbo U S h dead at Now Al bany Ind Ho was 02 and his wife who rvives Is 85 Porter Bros of Bowling Greta aro bankrupt They own 8160000 Louis banks are In for 17600 Its tho cft failure of tho Park City W H Tayloo now representing the Southern Railway In Louisville will bo transferred to Atlanta with title of assistant general passenger agent Tbo Baldwin Locomotive Works at Philadelphia has a capacity of 1200 lo comotives a year The capital employ ed Is 10000000 and 8500 bands are engaged John Happlemao night watchman for the Green River Asphalt Company at Eighth and Jisno streets was murdered and robbed at the company plant In Louisville Tbo sansei report of the Merchants and Manufacturers Association of Lou Isvllle showed the past year to have been the most prosperous In Its history Government engineers bavo made a report recommending an extensive plan of Improvement for Big Sandy river tbo total cost being estimated at 1725 000 State Senator Rouse of Florida was probably fatally Injured during a quarrel with a lumberman Edgar Nlms a brother in Inw of Rouse was killed during tbo same row John D Rockefeller has given 19 000000 In all to the Chicago University and millions to other Institutions That IB to say ho has robbed Peter to pay Paul Every time he makes a big gift he Increases the price of seal oil Mrs Mary F Nolan of Xanesvlllc 0 who had been looking for her hut band item whom sho separated 23 years ago because of his propensity for drink found him dawn and In a co til In tho Napa Cal Insane asy lum PhD Kentucky State Board of Health has quarantined Greonup county against the world This stop la taken because of tbo prevalence of smallpox and tbe IndllToronco of thoclvll author ities In that county to the silence Trains must run through tho county at tho rate of 10 miles an hour and Inhabitants can have no mall Itttci1tlsaga tp Board of Health says the whole Stn Is threatened T II Wolsam Mlddlesboro Ky Those words written on a dard were u llItthat John Owen would reveal con corning himself as ho went to the gal lows for murder at Paris Such a map Is said to live in Tennessee a fo miles from Mlddlesboro Owen toro his life story and his secret went with him to the grave Ho met death teeeta ex ecution Owen delivered to tho oher enough morphine to have caused death MONIALnWiley B Morgan bas been appointed guardian of his 10 year old wife at Lexington James Floyd loll Miss Maudo Row land will bo married ut William Row hinds today Samuel Doany and Miss Luoinda ames will LruVmudo ono nt W Getames toda BGeorloSingleton woro married at Nathan iSInglotnns yesterday J 8 Spurlocki a widower of 14 and allsa Monlo Ledford 20 wore married d at B F Lcdforda lust week In tho Flat Rock Crook vlcinltyncar Owcnsboro Richard Moore 1U ap aggie Toy 4 wero married Dee Merritt und Miss Nannie Leo to nli1a will hn married at G T RoyD Idlt In the Southern End at Mles t house the other day by Judge DaUoynt IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Nlcholasvlllo has voted for electric lightsFloyd Brice was shot from ambush near Plncvflle and probably fatally woundeJ Lovoran Smith aged 15 of Bell county fell on his knife while running std died from tbo effects Representative Doming bas recommended James M Brown for the Rock bold Whltley county p08to lee It la said that Charles H Rode will succeed Mr Yerkea as resident otter ney for the Q C R R In Boyle Rev W R Davidson has been ap pointed postmaster at Elllsburg Casey county and T A Furkln at Kcltncr Adair county Hone Robert Franklin and Frank Pcake aro assisting the prosecution In tho case of James Moborly for killing Wm Morgan In Mercer The venerable Mrs Churchill Ycng or on yesterday celebrated her Oath birthday most of her children taking dinner with her at the home of her daughter Mrs Samuel Shelton Ad second trial of James Moberlcy for killing William Morgan In Mercer resulted In a hung jury four for con viction and eUht for acquittal The first jury stood six and six for convl tlon and acquittal Richmond wants tbo Federal tour alte the rcdlstrlctlng of the Stale la made and Coy James B McCreary Judge A R Burnam arid Hon R W Miller havo been appointed a commit tee to try to secure It In the Anderson circuit court at Law renceburg Judge William Carroll over ruled a motion for a new trial In the case of the Commonwealth vs Holly Struttou who was recently convicted of the murder of Newton Scarcy and given the death penalty Stratton was sentenced to be hanged on March 15 1001 The case of City of Somerset vs the Somerset Banking Company was re versed by the court of appeals on the cross appeal of tbe tank the court holding that the levy against the bank for city taxes for certain years was void through a mistake of the city council but that the mistake does not release tbo bank from liability aa the city can now mako the levy over again A Danville special says that John Baker a white man living In the West End of tbo county was shot tied Friday night by Jim Dan Pope a gro Popo surrendered to the by telephone and is in jail According to tbo Negros story Baker came to hit home on aa evil misstep and was order ed sway He tried to enter tho bouse to assault Pope and ho shot him at short tango with n heavily loaded gun Mr Owen Mclntyre who has been connected with The Danville News at solicitor for tho past four months will begin the publication of a weekly pa per at Burgle the first week in Janu ary It will be known as the Burgle Record Prom personal knowledge ol his ability The News does not heal tate to spy that ho ia one of the best newspaper men in this part of tho State und is certain of making the vesture a success Tho Uurgln Record will bo welcome on the exchange table and best wishes are extended to tho editor and publisher Danville News SPAINS GREATEST HEEE spendshisghtlratwtU1ualnOut grand medicine li what hit rountiy All America tnowi that It cures liter and Itlilney trouble purlnn the Wool teen up the rbnrlauttoof the body If weak tlrnl or a lIog yogi 01 It livery liottle Kiuranteol only So ceuu Sold at Pcnpyi drug atom I can Btuv hurt from break tag I shall not llvo In vain If I can ease ono heart the aching painwr ono robin into his nest atruln I shall not live In vain Emily Dickinson Five mon robbed tho ColTey County Bank at Manchester Tenn of 5000 and loft the town on a handcar Oil ccra followed and ruptured tho man who had the money altar a pitched battle Bloodhounds were put on the trail of the other men What most people want is something mild and gentle when in peed of phys ic Chamberlains Stomach andelvera- bletsT the hill to n dot iflic raeto take and pleasant in died or by Craig Hooker Druggists A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Wilt oneu mute a horrible turn Keald Cut or UrulM UuoklaAa Anile Salve tin hat In the orl l11I kill are iwiu and promptly heal it Cura 01d Son bra UUrn Fel Corn all Skln rulllonl Best file cure on So1JdGov Plngrce of Michigan waddled appear und show cadegwhy ho should bo punished forfeojiteiupt of court Lunelus It is aloolUh raps who gives his neighbors boy a drum Blocutionery Contest Waltons Opera House ToNight Dec 25th 6ttI M 1y = rit = v 01A Dont Give i Christmas Gift I ix IUNLESS IT IS USEFUL iU t If you are in doubt about your selection allow us to suggest JIJ 1Ia4 Hats New StylelM 100 to 400 IShoesmens and Hoys fl to f5 Umbrellas oOc to 0 Shirts SOc toifllJ1 3160 Bath and Night Ilobea bile to 15 Smoking Jackets 5 to ft 1750 Mufllers 25c to 8250 Handkerchiefs 6c to Jl Suspend ij1 icrelOc toll Neckwear 25c to SOc Mackintoshes 83 to J 81350 Valises and Suit Cases 81 to 87 Gloves andiij Hosiery 25c to 81 50 Uuderwcar 25c to 250 t i JJITPAYS TO TRADE AT f3Eit i jYour money back If youre not satisfied J HIHSCH Danville I11Successors to J L Frohman Co = TaT = 8 l = Cut Prices I Dont forget that we can save you from J200 to 8500 on an Ovccoat or Suits Greatly Reduced Prices o- nOvercoatsf Suits sold Cheaper than you ever saw them CostRThe Season is advancing and we want to sell them Cummins MeClary Clothiers and Furnishers Prices Talk If you need a handsome Chamber Set Lamp Dinner Set or any thing in tin wily of Limoges Carlsbad or genu ine China Salad Dishes After Dinner Coffees Champagne Glasses Cut Glass Tumblers Optic Goblets Opal Ware in fact any thing in the way of a nice present in China or Glassware we would be glad to live you see our stock Our goods are strictly up to date mid prices low U2fFull stock of Fruits Candies Nuts Celery and Cranberries crC want your Xmas order Higgins McKinney Stanford dq r We Are Headquarters for The Purest of Drugs Watch Out For Our Opening of CHRISTMAS GOODS Call and see us Craig Hooker Stanford 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 26th Site oa January 2n 30 and 531 and February 1 1901 At Tho Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Kentucky Acknowledged patrons nil over the Plato to bo ono of tliabcst establuticd sales In tho tho South Ativlnjj 10000 horses I f ul competent to mnnago your stock Cost light Uuyerx numerous 6atUfactorj prices darernU 200 box titans Kilter your block hero and you will have rvcreta Write no trouble to write Fond for entry blanks IMionoS tXTJack sale March 3 1601 E V TACLCONEU Danville Ky ivn O ry X IWhere Can I Get The Most For A Dollar I w Read This Advertisement And You Can Easily Find Out IJl O C O C G0 0000000 0000000 00000 r 00S CU C hC Oz OUO ooooaooooo000ooooc Toys Banks Albums Carpet Sweepers Tea Sets Wash Sets Horns Bets Dolls Drums Trunks Doll Carts Rattles Watches Horses and Tops Ships in fart anything topease the llltlo ones as we as tho Special for this Week 60 dozen Mens Linen Collars 15o quality In the Christmas Mens fine Marino Sox 25c quality this week 13c Ono lot of 25c Silk Finished Suspend era this sale lOc Misses Fleeced Hose 7c worth lOc 600 pairs of Ladies Kid Gloves black tan and white worth 91 and 8125 at Ladles Yarn Mittens offered you in this sale at only lOc Ladies Jersey Gauntlett Gloves worth Soc at 25c through this sale Ladies Belts ladies Patent Leather Bolts Gilded Edge with nice Harness Buckle worth fjOc our brice 25c O rr r J 0 r 00000000 r t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOUD KY DKC 2i 1001 E c WALTON OUR readers do not need to be told that Christmas Is Intended as a cote r bratlon of tho birth of Christ The ox act dato of tho Saviors birth Is noL known but from the beginning of the sixth century the Christian world baa observed the 23h of December In mom ory of this event No other holiday la invested wilt such interest or la so generally observ ed as this ono With young and old li every part ol the world and among ev cry nation where Cbrlat la known Christmas Is an occasion of joy ant gladness and is celebrated by featlvi ties and demonstrations of joy Tin custom of giving gifts la a very old ono and doubtless had Its origin In the fact that In Christ God made hU greatest gift to man From time Immemorial It has been a time of family reunions and feasting and merrymaking The use t of rockets and fire crackers and blow ing tin borne la perhaps a relic of the heathen custom of trying to frlgbtei away devils and evil spirits and was brought over into Christian featlvltlei by converts from heathen nations Doubtless the Christmas holidays up on which we are just entering will like many which have preceded It bring a great harvest of dissipation and crlmn Itls strange that In a Christian land the week observed In honor of the 1 birth of Christ should bo mado a carnival or all that Is unChrlstly Of all the weeks of tho year Christmas week records tbdgrcatest number of arrests shootings cuttings killing and crimes of every degree The Savior came tt rave people from these things It Is a sad commentary on human nature that the time observed In celebrating his birth should bo made an occasion ol riot and revelry But then Christmas only brings out of a fellow what la In him Labor bust ness social restrictions often suppress things that are uncanny and keep IItho real character of the person out of view Christmas Is a time of joyous freedom when restraints of every kind are to a greater or less extent laid aside Then It Is that a man seeks his level and gives vent to his true nature If be Is a Christian he will seek his enjoyment in the various seats of worship I and In deeds of kindness that will hon or his Master If ho U beastly and lustful he will patronize those places and participate In those revels which offer food for the dark passions of his being If be Is still part savage he will reveal the fact by burning gnu powder and making a hideous noise How should Christmas be spent Certainly not in such a manner as to dishonor the Christ whose birth we celebrate If tho occasion la Intolll gently spent we will carefully avoid those things which are out of harmony with the life and character of the Savior We venture to suggest that if I each one who reads these lines will open the week trying to make those around him happy ho will suy ut the close of the holidays that It was a week well spent A bright smile a pleasant word and a substantial remembrance of the sick and poor will make this last Chrhtmu of the lOih century a good one OUR good friend Harry GlovannolJ r of theJDanvrtje Advocate is to bo Com irtlssloner Yerkea private secretary If ho makes aa good a secretary as he has a man he will be crackerJacklndeed I naoo 0 0 ooooooooc s- Table Linen 0O Inch lied Plaid Table Linen worth 23c special price 2Jc 51 inch Red Table Linen only 1ic Shoes and Boots and girls solid leather school Shoeswortb f pair go in this great sea sational sale at oOc 50 pairs of Ladies Sample Shoes worth 3150 special price long as they last 78c Cloaks and Capes Just received 200 Double Capes fur lined worth II 50 special prico We Ladies allwool Jackets at 1203 1350 and S44S will cost you double tho price we ask in any other store In town Childrens Reefer Jackets at USell48 fl OS worth double the price Ladi s you must see our Jackets and Capes to appreciate the great bargains we have to oiler guarantee to save youfrom 40 to 60 per cent on any Jacket or Cap- eJOC000OOOUOOOCOO7 SALINCER The LOUISVILLE STORE ITTHE Hopkins reapportionment bill which provides that the whole number of representatives under the new cat shall be the same aa the prese number has been agreed on by tbe House Census Committee The number of Inhabitants per member would be increased and this would reduce tbe representation in some of the State and Increase it In others The state mont Is made however that oven If the House should pass the Hopkins bm without amendment the Senators rould1ever consent to a reduction of of the representatives froi their several States Bo this as It may ono thing seems settled The membership of the House should not be Increased It la too big and unwlold now and the country can very oasll get along without more Congreesrae to work more private schemes and draw more money from the treasury AlTER congratulating Congress 00 showing more courage than usual 10 refusing to accede to the demands of exsoldlora for tho passage of a bill ilv tog them practically a nonopoly of the appointive olllces the Courier Journi veryIlarge majority ted States when It says that tbo man who fight In the armies of his country has our highest admiration and honor but he makes a very different imprci sloe when ht not only demands raw ard for his patriotism but demands that his right to reward shall be supreme and perpetual ITIlE death of Congressman R A of VVllllamabiirg Va removes very troublesome Individual He made a number of races for Congress and no matter how large the majority of his opponent was be always contested and his party always seated him If the old couplet Tie said by commentators whenIt other world xvo go well fol low the same handicraft we did here below be true Wise will continue to be a troublesome customer oven if hi has gone to Heaven Hell want some body oxeye seat IN the general stampede to got rid of the surplus and keep up war taxes In times of peace the republicans are planning all sorts of Bahamas of extravagance One la this proposition to alee the salaries of the vice president md cabinet olllcers whose pay is already more than their services are rorth The present crowd at least ould be hired at very much lose than they get if the law permitted such ron racts to be made Tim popular Impressions of Alaska are erroneous It ia generally thought to be a frozen zone and that tho soil Is barren and worthless This If a tale ake The sun Is hot tbo snow moistens and enriches the earth and the soil In the valleys is fertile and productive Wheat corn oats barley buckwheat Jlaxsecd aDd a considerable variety of vogctablua and forage plants can be ucceasfully grown in many parts of the territory How soon are we torgot when we ire dead The Goobel Monument Commit t90 seems to have forgotten the tPur pose of its organization and poor uoo bel dead less than a year Let it awake lose the matter up and see that a suit able Ifjiot a very pretentious raonu mont be places over tho remains of the friend of the great common people A NEW JEKSBY minister Is Inveigh- Ing against klt Blug under the mistletoe while a preacher In the Tar Heel State ba8 denounced courting on the Sab prohibitedInformcrs we could all be able to say with truth and zest I would nut live Iway I ask not to stay OOOOOOOfl00000000C Clothing Never before was good reliable cloth ing oOerctl nt the wo are offering them during this great sensational bargain sale We are overloaded with heavy Suits and Overcoats and low prices will sell them quickly onto see for yourself and will find out that we can sell you n Suit of Clothes Overcoat or Odd Pants for about half what any other merchant willask you for tho saute goods 100 Pairs Mens and Boys Jeans pants lined with good cotton il a pair our low price 48c Mens heavy Melton Overcoats 10 qual ty come and see them at iMS Ladles Fine Egyptian Cotton Fleece lined lees taped neck pants to match worth 25c per garment our scnsa sational price only 15c Large line of finest Egyptian sad Peel er Cotton fleeced lined Veals or Pant ex tra heavy usual price ilk our price 000000 0= = JOHN OWEN who was hanged at 1arls III for murder had one redeor log trait He wont to his Ignomlnloi death refusing to disclose his identlt The name ho was known by was not hh own and he declined to give any clew to himself further than to say that he was born In Kentucky and was a grad unto of Contra College Ha dlctaL want his people to know of his shameful end and preferred to die unweptan unknown than to bring dUgraoe 0f1 their name PitHStDKNr MoKlNLRY did a right eous aot In revoking tho sentence of death against the Connecticut boy who was to bae been executed today for going to sloop on his post In the Phil Ippincs His aged father and molhc made a direct appeal to the president who gave them for a Christmas proper the life of their lear boy There Is juo in that household now and the whol country will rejoice with those who do so gratefully and greatly rejoice A MICHIGAN man has made applies tlon for a pension for Injuries receiver before bo was born That Isnt so pre posterous aa it looks on the first blush Thousands of pensioners are drawln money from the government on account of Injuries that wore not received be fore or after they wore born In batty or out of It TIlE Christmas edition of the Mill dleaboro News la a Jessamine county democrats will hob a primary May 11 The Untied Steles Senate adjourned Friday until January I- An Indianapolis man bet 1000 that Bryan will bo nominated and elected ti 1001J S Sweeney la the latest candidate for the Paris post otlice Deboe la salt to be for him- Senator Jones It Is said will resign as chairman of the National Democrat ic Committee Democratic members of the Indiana Legislature favor the compulsory use of voting machines The House River and Harbor bill will recommend the abolition of the Missouri river commission H P Smith has been appointed postmaster at Irvines store Russell county vice H McBeth resigned Senator Lindsay bits concurred with Deboo In the recommendation of Judge Denton for collector In this district Col A W Hamilton of Mt Ster ling Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for State Senator In his dU trlctThe Porto Rican House of Delegate bas denounced the Foraker law and has decided to disregard It resorting to the courts If necessary Parson Hopkins will not contest tbo Congressional election In his district Ho will bo a candidate for United States marshal In the new judicial die Alllo Y oung baa called a m of the democratlo Stato can lr1IoM ton aThWfollowlog postmasters have been pjojnted Alton Anderson county oueila FIdlur vice E H Rico reo novod Dunnvlllo Casey county V J Pulley vice J W Pelley resigned Cllbu Pulasklcounty B E Cordler rice J M Jones resigned The primary election In Marlon county resulted aa follows H H Koynlef on representative John A Burton herlff John II Cooper Judge A P arty clerk S G McElroy school su crlntpndent C S Hill county attor nOYi W M Madden jailer and T O NorrIs assessor 1 Mans Jeans Coats regular 12 qunllt at OSc Special bargains in Mens and bye lined Duck Coats Mens black and Bho Cheviot Sulti f5 value at f293 Mens finest Custom nettle Suits 23 different III to select from will foal you ll2507tf any other store our price only tOM 000 odd pairs of Boys Heavy wool knee punts COe quality in this sale 2ftc Mackintosh CoatsSome merchants will try to make you believe that Mackintosh Coals have gone up we our Mackintosh Coats are better and cheaper this year than ever before Capo Mackintosh Costa worth 12 at 1126 1250 Mackintosh Coats reduced In this sale to 1148 Coats anchor brand extra heavyquality and never known to sell for less than fti come and get one now at IIUB 48c OTOOOtr 00 11 beauty- POLITICAL rlctChairman Calvlacklutosh THIS AND THAT An unsuccessful attompt was made to rob the Deposit Bank at Sonora Willlun It Rogers was shot and N rlously lujured by Samuel Garrison 11 Lebanon Junction There seetn to be little doubt aboi Jadice James Dentoe of Soroerwtl get ting the colleotorsblp of this dlsirlot It la said tbat Bryan wilt answt Glexalandis arillolstna of the democrat IB party at the aanaal haaquat of be 1v J Bryan League of CblooifO January Because Coegre e failed to jets tb army bill before tile holidays the plans for bringing home from the PbllliiplM soldiers webs terms have expired bav been upset The War Dapurttner says less than 60000 men In the Bel will seriously endanger United Stew Interests Two teen were killed and two wounded at Farlston Laurel county Four tho StiemorM on one side and a mat named Young and Henry Barrett on the other engaged In the tight Young was killed Instantly and the brains or one of tho Slxomores woro shot out wbllo two more Slzetnorc were probably fatally wounded There bad heel trouble between them for years The were all from Clay county THAT TimoBBiiza HEADACHE WoulJ leave you If van uml lit King Nei Wte rills nnIof snorer ban lore1 Iliflf nulchlfM merit for f kk and Nrrroas ache lbI11Ik Hirt Wno l and uroiiz nine TlIhSold at Irnnya tint atore NOTICE Iun ono having ditto nicalant tilt lau II 1owoll will prvMtnttliem properly pmvui to mo for payment nt oiiro J T IRAVKIL Ailmr Gilbert Creek Ky FOX S LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horse and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood MnniiRiT At Freds Exchange You will always Und Rood treatment good lour good meal goal nlilwtulT good bran- e at low prtetM lie will give you XI pound of lino Hour nod lu IXWIK of funror n of wheat or ound of llonr For ono Dont forget to call on hurt when you want wLiNtt uxclmngid or buy pour meal tuIfs Ce HUrLEr The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Drs Slavin Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS1 VIII IK In Damlllo Mondayi WtdnwUya mil hldal Will lie In Stanford Tue lar TUundayi and Sal OIticn In the Ieanlugton UulltItgmd3rd 0I IIcu hoiin 0 to 17 u t OSTEOPATHY V- y This Science originate and dor PToI br Dr A T Still of Klrmvllle Mo drt ode ou the rlnclplMOf Anatomy and Iliytlolajy for Ito ro uttL H require no no drug no rutfihgri- vlreil and tlnitiii bingsjtlr lalnrar 4 Oiicopnthf YloWI loan al a macblna oho many Otte lu It atljiittmriil When Hit p4rtl- alo properlyadjuatataminot overworked health 1lIe result- Souteoflhe dUeaxn treated l y us Xerrom rmtrallon llea lacbcf Neuralgia Ithtumatliui utarrn Weak Kyn Iranulatrd lldi Jolt Constipationliesleb IlIItlolllol trouble nlaeae olinei ud ollllII In lUurTiitiire JI lfKalloni Sllirjolnu- rilrilt Inconlluenreuf Alar- Iemalo4 Ilteaua a specialty Coiiiultallon Iree I J 25c 500 Childrens heavy knit snmplo Vest worth from 16c to 2fic now only 5c fens heavy Ciimels Hair and elastic rlltbtil Underwear worth OOc n garment our low umlunieldnt price only 25c Mens Fleeced Wool Underwear extra heavy quality will cost from 76c to 11 elsewhere our low prfto only 48c Our allwool Flannel Underwear for Men and Ladles cheape titan over before Wo are headquarters for all kinds of Underwear Blankets Comfost graylargego In this bargain sa o nt All 1123 Blankets icduccd to 76c pr All f BanVets reduced to OSc oo oooooooooc c ooo higher jiriliil iWcts half price Ilwvy Cflmforts At e 76c l8c 123 and f148 worth doubt the numoy Dont miss this great site 1 Ladies Dress Skirts And Waists Flannel IIeiete80 dozen t ndlci Fall and Hinter Flannel WnUts in hluo brown cardinal green and polka dots well worth fJ our speflal prico tar 10 days only 40c LadliV Dress Skirts black figured Mo hair und fancy lUldswcll worth 12 our special price only ONj ohalrlwellprice 3140 Finn Urea Skirts at f 108 and 1249 worth double tho mOlle 250 Fancy Neartil Underskirts worthi onlyOocFlannel Underskirts at 25c 4Sc 75o and OSc OOOOOCC s oco0c o0 a 0 BROS PROPRIETORS V New Hats New ShapesNew r All the new and dressy things in Mens WearA- swell as all the staple goods Ho oITo MPllWBJIJJEMK I 1s OVERCOATS SUITS ANDODD PANTS Front tIdtxltrtnvr See our line before innking your pu r chase S weE PERKINSCrab Ky f4 + y Ni74401 119tiN1 61 1a11 N i We Invite Your Inspection of a Line of IIi Holiday Goods IiiCONSISTING flF i Fancy Toilet Articles Medallions i Iiok8 UnmtM situ Nuvcltlon which will lie Sold at Very Close Price i + Pennys Drug Store Jj6L 6NO10 dVS 1NO AYE K I Not Money But Lams It 1 TO BURN aa Two Limoges Dinner Sets at n row Price Also an Klcannt Line of Salads Cako t Pintos nnd Many Novcltieft In Chinaware Dont Forget to See OlirjMne of Bisqu Figures and Cham er Sets 1 Prices Very Low Considering Grade of loots HI Sure to Take n Qlamw at Our Ten Cent CounterIV GEORGE H FARRIS CO 1 J A ALLEN CO Co tractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY Have now n complete utockof Building Material Yellow Pino Vloorlog Cellluir Doors Bash llllnds und of Onwed and Rough Lumber Qhingloe and Bteol1toolng Lo oust loslne Wu make ostlmatcs on linykind of work wuutoI opposite Dr L n CoOka it I c TMTERlORJOURNALi Brwuiu KY Ow2fi DIIO TUB best material combined with care skllYand nrniaoy Ineuro good No othor ji aro evor uled In our procrptloD work Penny Drug Storo f PERSONALS llIsiU L LUY bee boon quite III J ofO11Ydropsy RUVS W Kt AiNOLD pent yesterday ID LoutjTlllo NEWLAND Ju Is down fromJittaburg SAM tI SKVKiusyK Is at home from college In Chicago Mn DKUKLI CII UKLLOII la very III with pncumool C D OWENS M LouUvlHo Is at homo for a tow fays MU8 L N 3CllKKot OwenBboroU visiting relatives hero MISS IlKtKN TlIUKMOND Is down from Brodtfsad for a few day EIUEII03E1MI IULLOU made a bus loose trip to PuUekl last week Bolts to the wife of J M Cress of the Prcaoher + IPo section a son II ILL BlAImSO U back after a pro tractoJ vIsit fo his ptrcnw at Lebanon Miss ADKUA GIVKNS of Danville has taken rrama at Mrs Kato Millers MIB3KS fAM7B ANU BlTIB WAITHK- ore vliitfdf Mr C Monition at Cor bin HSS who la teaching atTttis at home for Christ NrKNKUBY tiM Texas drum i roe Is BIe ding Xmas with his par cn i C C Rote and Bowen V nAr dfle are u I from LouUvlile for ibe bol i43 MkEli PrOVVt 01 Koxvllh viIsr to ly of Mr George D Hopp J Du yyl rAMK will eeteruln lrIJ M1i4 honor of Mw8ara h r nc ead- icrutY returned with I fells r lUr to Perry rllle and kb I Ta AYUm will recite I Te D ash tjf lien Jackson at tba tritest idit1Mn Wiuiuex wits RDd Ilnfwent to Ltxlogtoa Sunday to Haft hie mother- TKUKIIKIKT HOPRNK who basbeea attending bool at Keoxvllle la wl the hotnefc Its hero Miss SA MB LYNN Is at home from kt Mlllarabur Collage to spend Xtnae with the tp nafolks M P Kl organlwd a MaeoabM a lodge of 20 toolbars at Salvlw Mer ear county eat week BonN to Ir and Mrs 3a Owen last Saturd v night a bouncing boy Uarbourvll Pathfinder Miss MAl Y dMNUKits oamoupfrom Loulivlllo j 8tordny to spend the boil days with too horaofolks- MllS IlrNKDICTSlALUINO who has been quite ill for some time Is improv lagLebaron jntgrprIeuD- IESSit911MIIU60NTIIUnMONu and D S PcVrltr ojRfarrard spent cvoral days with Mr JY Iorrln Mils W SlpiuNSTKAi and Miss Nettle cadof Taylorsvlllo aro with hcrfdaujjhtcr Mrs E II Dcaile- yMnfIt ofewiNtf the clever propri etor of the nrkavlllo Flouring Mill was hors Friday celling ourniorohants- MlSfiroT fI SKIHINK ANT MAR CiiAin HAYJOBX of Winchester oro tholrgiandmothur Mrs Pamolla BrownIFOSTER Mt AUSTKH Arohlo Klkln and Harry Stupe ntndontsut Williams burg Baptist College arc enjoying this week at their homes bore workedjo Ernest Warran was assisting In tho dlsfMiluhers ofl eat Livingston Arr 3OHBN of Klobmond and MltJVannK Cohen who are visit lag ut Crab Cx hard Sprlngi wer- Saturdayguests of Mrs Vc Shanks MR H EB JS11 M moved his family to tho many friends thrvnJntland their 8tlY hero dlehk seo them IDIR W F siumiDAN who haa I friends lnibls action by the thou sands Is up front Krilngton spondln Mto his time Iflth Mr and Mrs J llfceWAILACB II llVL of Hustonville I iiaa been promote from 600 tq 720 in tho census office nt Washington Mr Hall is a grandson of the late lion Robert Blain ELDER JOSKIMI SBVKIIANOB nbd I wife of Maysllck arc guests MrV William Severance Miss Na hoyliai- i l bort sister of Mrs Severance accom N panled thorn l DR 13 J DaowK and Mrs llettl iroaddua attondei tho reception t 4lltlagston Jtrft1RYIlaht given by Mr k and H Dilon ID honor ol fJ Llout Loil DilHon and bla tNhS Is attend lug M111ersbufg College was In tbt city ytolterl1oy onjrouteitghor homo at Stanfor to Blmas Mie s Bottle Weareii who os boon with he aunt Mra AnnloIJamea on Sout Limestone ur ad b Stanford see tcrdayrLexlnfeton Democrat if j lrw1liiiii a MKM J M ALViiitsoN liqulto sick MATT WOOI SON of Mlddlosboro was hero Saturday MIM ESSIK KiDi of Loulavillc Is the quest of Mice Jornle lonco WALTIU WALKKU Is spending Xmas with the horaofolks In Oarrard HON HARVKY HKUI It spending few days with his sister lu Cincinnati Miss LAURA JAitnor roturood to Lebanon Saturday to romnln BOlDetltnaI Mils 1 OWSLBV and tie tiny Owaloy of Columbus Ca have arrived to visit tbo former moth or IrA M C Hurnaldo J Roy D IloSK wlfo ton and sister Miss Pearl are oil this morning for Uuslonvlllo for Christmas and NoVI Years with relatives Gen T T Gar rard vrbohas been before tbo congres sional comralttoo urging his claim for vrardamagos was taken sick at Wash ington with what threatens to bo pneu monia Ho was Immediately hurried bore to the care of his daughter MM It C ford Mlddlesboro News LOCALS CONTEST tonight DOST let the now year catch you bo hind on your paper ATTENDilasul Daughn sato near Highland Thursday GissuiunoBooswill close out tbolr store at Liberty this week Go15o at cost 61 felt hats Mrs Kirby and MIs Vnnd wear HiUUciu prices ut tho contest a Wallops Opera lipase tonight OCR stock afford many ChrisUnHi snfiewslloB Severance A Sons Cows early and dare your food pat tilde foryoj PMtiyV Drug Store XYAa IumenketOler Neck wear and Gloves at Cuamlns A Mo Clays tAiMKH you hould take a petyl the rlvpanicnlnadUplay at OesrpR tf Farris It CoV SKK onr line of CblDa Glatt aid 811 ear Ware before gavial Holiday goods Warren k Sbanltt TIIK Royal Insurance Co11G1d Mr Ed Hubbftrt 86SU for bU low of a fuw weeks ego He held a policy of 8000 II B IkWKKs owe WM entered the other olj tt and bit wlfva jxwket book ooBMIlr about M was taken IJ B CAMEKIHCII sad wit have tbo sympathy of their frit ml in the loss of Uwlr sla Iaonthe old son The little thing bad never been strong n URWllTs Sehool house near Hub bye burned Friday night It la bellev ed that a tramp who was seen sear that afternoon started the tire Bui TUIIKKYSDirs Samuel M Owens old a pair of turkeys the Other day that weighed 80 pounds They must have been kin to ostriches TllOSK knowing themselves to mo will plonto Jail anti settle before Jan lilt All account sine first of each month W Q Greening Hustonvlllc DUKINU J K Chrlstlana turkey slaughter ticraho killed 8300 of those birds for whloh bo paid 0000 Ho paid out 1 100 for labor The price fo picking was tfo each W W SAITNOKKS A Co aro starting olT In buslnuM In tho right way by tak paperkto Bavo money Glvetho young man a ohanco DnTulsJaneIIuriof the Stono section of Oarrard Wl suddenly yes tordav mornIniofheartvdUoaso aged tiO John W Hast a young man of lobo same neighborhood died the day boo tore of lung trouble 1AT the contest at Waltons Opera House tonight Miss Tevla Carpenter will sing a solo Mrs J II Ueailey and whileea Uallous music oloss will give instrumental selections Tills scholars Miss Nora Phillips school at Goiben enjoyed n Chrlstman trfiu Friday afternoon when her splen did school closed Miss Phillips has given entlro saJsfaetlon und she Is a popular with pupils as slio Is with par oats hUTUB entertainment given at the col 1lelo chapel Friday evening by Mlss Flora Balloua elocutionary class re llected credit both on pupil and teach er A largo crowd was present and for two hours It enjoyed tho very Interest Ing program TllKKR are already more than 1000 subscribers to Mr Bryans proposed paper and no effort has bean made to procure ibkorlptlona Tho price will aceompat arrangements whereby It can trko subv scrlptlona for tbo paper BAULOW R WILSON XllnVtrelayo a crodltablo porformunca toa small au silence at Waltoua Opera liouBo Satur day night The olio was up to the av erage tho singing was good and tho- r dancing One Tim managers Bro clove- h gentlemen with whom it la a pleasure to do business Why a better crowd was aoL present wo are unable to state CONTEST tonight NEW lino of liookwood pottery rat Haunltona POUNDA pair of gold tpoctaolM Apply at this olllco OUIt loss your gain i oil on cloaks this week Severance A Sons Tug goods you wanettbo right prices are ut Pennys Drug Store OFFICE for rent In INTBIHOII JOUliI NAL building Apply to E C Walton NICK assortraontof Lowncya candles Send your sweetheart a box J H Melon Fort REST onMain Street For terms apply to W H Higgins Mrs L A Holmes POCKKTDOOR containingsmall amount left at this olllco by C L Gooch Owner apply SLATS to tho contest going la tjBetter get yours now Only 50c for re serves 350 general admission IT ia our earnest desire to satisfy every customer If you aro pleased tell others if not tell us Pennys Drug Storo LOST COW Small yellow and white spotted Jersey cow left Sunday night Information thankfully received K II asleyeTilE ladles of the Baptist church of Lancaster served splendid dinner to andtuttod u nice sum SCHOOL children will be charged only 250 to the contest tonight General admission 3o reserved teats boo Tho latter are oa sale at MoRoberta drug store NICK CAKK MM S At Spooo more ol Bubble lute on exhibition to tulcaa k Coa dry goods store at Lm easier Lila buadeomeet block cake we 1MeD for many a day lilt realty too pretty to eat A L LANHAM wbo carries the mall between Stanford and Klogsvllle In a buckboard every day In the year ex cept Sunday drives la that time 10320 mlles or metro than two Ahbe te die tease around the world or OB o fifth as farua It It to the Philippine Islands or more titan three times the dKitancc Irma Maine to California All tilt driving for a little ow O per year OAtTKtt pabllahlng papers this year wn do not think we aro asking Itoo much of our renders and udrertleEver ers to let us oil next newspaper men enjoy a tow hours rest occasionally and li le our Intention tot lay oil Friday In order that we ma not forgot bow a little breathing epal- fella as well as to be better prepared for tbo duties of tho now year Our of floe will not bo closed however and any of our patrons wbo havo BUfllclont grievance against ua as to make ua kinddthe vs with toohtenosseaddlapatah- TuLChrletuma trees at the Chris tian and Presbyterian churches lot night were things of beauty and joys while thoy lasted At the fleet named ofrtho presents while at the latter two trees were hardly equal to tho seen sion Elder Joseph Severance and Mr John W Rout Sr played the rolo of Santa Claus at the Christian and Pres byterian respectively and Old Santa himself would have found It hard to outdo them There woro presents of all kinds and nearly everybody got ono or more The Sunday school children were substantially remembered and i made the older hearts glad to see the little ones so happy It was a titling beginning of a joyous week and those who worked hard ID getting the trees toady as well as those who contributed to the laudable cause will enjoy the holidays all the more for their olTorta expended In ranking happiness for oth areWK dislike to take Issue with lobo Danville News but If the rule of rota tion Is adhered to In tbo Senatorial race problem this la Lincolns time to andsIt hereby nominates Judgo W M My ers of Hustonvlllo The district was formed in 1SOS and Lincoln put out the Ural nominee Judgo Brcaklnrldgc In ISM wbo was defeated Boyle was soul in turn In 18iJ Garrard next in 1877and Casey In 1881 It was LID coins time again in 1835 Boyle 18SO Garrard in 139U Casey In 1807 and next yqar 1WI Is of course Lln coln tlmo again A gentleman well posted on thp subject tolls us that It was the understanding at the start that when a coupty felled to put up a candi date at 11s proper time or had ono de leafed thetinoxt county In the lie should numb u man Garrard will have two full term when Senator Fur jWilmo expires Casey a term and a onoeach It Is not Lincoln countys fault that rotation has not been adhered to and she doesnt wish to sutler by it She claims her turn and laths claims willraccept can win not only the norolna lion but the final race In spite of the world the flesh and tho devil CONTBST tonight SttOOTINO Forest Hansford cave himself up to Jailer DuBord party this morning saying ho had shot Jim Tall also colored Tho wound Is a very slight onc- eSosrofcandidates county olllcos who were singing loudest for a primary nro seeing tho error of their way and are softening Wo trust b of them will comp to their- enses before January court to dceldb against that dangerous way of making a ticket TIIK following pupils of the 4th ttnd flth grads of the McKlnney school made an average of 00 and over for the term which closed Friday Loulo Davidson Eric Davidson Bertha Davidson Flor ence Epperson Roy Gooch Grace Goocb Kathryn Hall James Hall Willie Humphrey Pearl Mobley Frank Mobley Amelia McKlnney Howard Owens Bernlco Owens Amelia Rlffo Tanner and Ollle Crow Vanhook Miss Kato Blaln taught the above grades Hobart Clayberg aged 17 of Helena Mont was kldnped at Kalamazoo Mich but the weather became so stormy he was released LeXIngtonKylatheplace InK and lnwime useful fuation li a n lm iplUlgiin Iegaev that will hitas long as lire and reaion exiii No young man bould Trcturo silo Imtlntus tor lilmwlf or tempt to take liar of that ol another without tnufncw training Vnt W It Smith baA been tee well known president of the Cominerrlal Col IMS of Kentucky Inlrtnlty Ixlngton Ky yaradnring which time ha bas lu1 thou aandt of toun people for poeltioni of honor and lmpartintowtlIlOITItlredi ofbll graduate every year Ther have tbe d1rlemaflamIn the bhtory of the nountrv baa there been inrh idemand for educated yonnt men and women The Ith it richer now by tar than ever liefore Mara tactorlM are now going np and new caplul eenlBg the North nnd Eae teeklci InTeotment Put fIly1fttIPREACIIERSVILLE INSTITUTE IKEACHKllSVILLB ICY opaJsn1Plate an that found In the ordinary blcli school Includlnf kltclieii srdenand ktnd r fmrlen In the primary dvrmrtaient The common whool branches lllglior Math IIlbloIJ C McKir Principal The Commoner I I SIKD WEEKLY WILLIAM J BRYAN EDITOR AND IUULISHER TrmAIRahl In ndvnnoe One yenrl six month 0c three month IV lnto ropy te- EDUCATIONAL I will open Normal School on the lint In 1001 at Kubanke mlefullIplating attending nmlionlof thlt kind Tor further Informutlon nddrcsM mo at 1uUskl Ifpntukv JOHN WAItE PIdi1eCEt SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflcnOT UcRoberU Drue Store in the Ow lej BiillJIns R A JONES DENTIST Stanford iiy Office over Iliggina McKlnneys Ston telephone No 43 h PUBLIC SALE plaokUOD rattRUt on FRIDAY DEC 28th 1900 The following property Two funillv hontos one fancy hiirncas mare 3 piod milk rows two calves 85 shouts Improved rotund Ohl na t brood sows 3horto wagon jilmo plowJhong rakes ImrneiM both plow nod buggy 40lmrrolHOf corn shooks of fodder and my entire hounohold and kitchen furniture Terms Dildo known on day of Halo J It STEI11ENS drab Orchard Ky J Cen 0 r IrI VJJnCD 0lIJ t1gE c 0 0 0Io D 3I ItTtri t-CO rtrgrt CIJI 3 New StoreWo have opened n full line o- fGroceriesIn the Miller Store IJooni next door to Cummins McClnrys and ask you to come in mid our stock and get our price Good Goods at Low Prices will ho our motto and we will adhere strictly to it Everything new nod firsteks Wa W SAUNDERS CO STANFORD KY 4B-FURNITURE AND CARPETS PICTURES AND WINDOW SHADES e Wall Paper Rugs Toys Oil Cloth Picture Frames Get prices where you may WITHERSWill sell you the goodsf fow Are Tljese For Xmas Tailor Made Rainy Day Skirts TailorMade Walking Suits CutPrice Sale this week 350 Skirts at 275 4 Skirts at 3 425 Skirts at 325 and 5 ones at 375 This means just what it sale a saving this week of from ilio to 8125 on every Skirt in the house They are sold for less money than you can buy the cloth thats in them and they make a most useful and appropriate Xmas present JOHN P JONES Stanford limJ tlim lImi m IWe Wont Take Very Mud tI 1 OF YOUR TIME m iiBut will will just give yon si list of the mtiny ar we keep which will make suitable Xmas Presents Our usual Low PJMCKS rule Black Crepou Skirts Ebony aiul Sterling Sil I Jacket or Cape vcr Novelties fJIl Flannel Wiiist Brushes Combs Files Pair Fine Shoes lInt und Cloth Brushes f Eiderdown Comfort Paper Pr Fine Blankets Pull KuivcsIm Fine Towels Table Linen Napkins Pocket Books Gloves Umbrellas and tI f Jli Hundreds of Small Articles 11 100 numerous to mention yon want Xmas money to go a long ways come to ne SEVERANCE C SONS0111I StsOpposite Court House 1lP m lryetHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing That was EverShown in Hustonville Doug las Shoes the Manss Bootee and ev erything found in a firstclass Dry Goods Store JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky I t ticIfTHE INTJOR OURN1- rlSabraTUibgoq t4Fslda f i PERYEARCA is When not oPllldIll3QQ11 be charge Reknit nllit pteiofflce al Stanford ecendclau natter LANDS CROPS ETC JlIt Roberts Bold a combined horfO foVlBio George W DoBord bought a bunch of fat 1ois at 4io JM Gooch sold to John Holtzclaw 4 jOj pound hog for 63eLutes S Co sold at Nicholas vlllo 41- jOO pound slop cattle at 3lc jjf C Fox sold three tvoycarold 1 iuulee at Lancaster yesterday at3122C- E C Wilson of Faycltc sold bls crop of tobacco 15000 pounds at Sc Lutes Col want to buy eotno ooil 15 to 100pound shoats to follow cattle E R Thompson has told to G T 1 vans a farm of 543 acres near Trenton t for 2000 7 S M Allen Bold J Slrams WIllonf Paris bushels of blue grass seed at 45o Bourbon News J B Downing of Jessamine has 42poundgobler Ho has evidently 6 s Gaped several Thanksgivings Three hlgb grado seven months old Angus bulls for sate T L Carpento Hustonvlllet It FOR SALE5O rstclau ewes bred tq Southern bdcks for sale or to farm out Gt S Shelby Shelby CityIt FOR SALE CHEAP 125 No 1 vounj ewes bred to fine Southdown buck beginning to lamb W a Tewme Lat1c18terItCapt Haygate of the British arm is in Kansas City to purchase 5000 mules and horses for tbo British army in South Afrlea- Willlambhugbman of Garrard baa sold to A C Boiling of tee county his farm of ICO acres near Marcellutf Gar rard county at 40 C A Robinson of Garrard sold to 1taus Stein 00 000pousd cattle toIi llc They wjll bo put on slop at rl1srrlmage distillery aSTErn A twoyear old muly steer J paler d with white stripe on back jeft my place several months ago Re ward T B Walker Lancaster At Carlisle John II Stewart killed for Brent Bros of Parlay 15000 turkeys for which he paid citizens of Nicholas 314000 and 8300 to pickers W H Pcttus bought the J F Pet tus farm near Preachorsvllb Saturday at 38115 It contained 239 acres Be sold 82 acres of It to James Rogers o 8323 W B Burke sold to Bond Carpet ter of Anderson 110 mountains feet era at 3ie John and George McRol crts bought of JW Williams of Per ryvllle 30 fine feeders at 4c and 81 boo nus for tho lotNews Crlt DaVis has accepted a lucratlv position at the Pepper tables in Fay cite county and will enter upon the discharge of his duties March 1001 He will receive 3000 a year and 10 per cent of all the winnings LANCASTER C6uirr There were about 200 cattle on the Lancaster roat ket but not many of them change hands The best price realized was 4ie for a few extra good yearlings Hell ers sold at 3 to JHc butcher cattle 2 3c Mules were in demand at SO to 8140 Horses were dull Tho noted Kentucky stallion Georc Wllkpj 222 never aired 210 per formenbut his descendants are numci oas in the select circle His eons hay sired 82 And his daughters produce a eeveoihis grandsons sired 87 and darn by sons produced I7 his daughters prod 1cetlthelres of 12 and the name of six ble great randson8 producod three and daughters by sons produced tHo Hires of nine his granddaughters produced sires of two and grandsons sired the dams of five while six others arc descended from him Ocorgo Wilke is represented in the 210 list by ncatly 250 of his descendants Your Uncle Stephen Grover Clops lied paused in his pursuit of wild duck 10l npni write view Jlnestorth YhliadelphiaVpatdn The of the DomdVriey and the Htemedyfi Tlfq- arUcle has many wise and tlrael- CfiouRhts jut rwhon the e preldent winds u with the suggestion to JClve thopeoplea Chance the equlhei a11 cactilnato because they know trait tor four or five years be has boon sldlnj with a party that njver gives tai masses a chance wh nthe classes put in a claim Mr Cleveland may bo very honest and he may think his views en titled to buorlorVespcct but if It Is all th8IHnet blm 6ocan keep ofi bunt ipg ucfliand let those who fight the taitleaJor dWocraoy make the sugges lions as to Democrat t ladd Juturor m 1extntonrr e + t ILJNs t rKNo7IU CUIt- eDty UcaU1I eib Umyt rJlCli tlift die rtloIiG rUiewr J ertICpNlyonewayu turl1dllcd tlult Iv Intllutlona1 reins I lie lolll IICIIufdYal1nllnled conHtion Ioui 1plip JllJlitti u ln a rloIl i11rt1 1tI rftl liwrlujfiml when It ti t tktvJ mJoP Iktathlt-tp rhtlnrlmIII lionnar rundticdiicaring wilt raaw Inumrrb nichlengl0loghidenenegmel ddh6Jndttheniurqo uuinlmJ dola rf for iny cam o deatne l nl1JIl rtnlatrbllhat can not lecurhl IIIaiHAlarr J IjtY11AoTutalgr ultnllspamllyUharotkebeetx dUI GJ r r t i NEWS NOTES yFIeuriaer v tVolGOttaoi Mu Pfot le deadlrGpld 9uartzas8aylng 6iQ a ton h U been found on land hear Toledo O Late Sponco was terribly scalded as tKoVcsultr a boiler explosion In atb county The Singer Sewing Machine Co bas Increased Its capital frqm 810000000 to 30000000 Cot Thomas Rodman pno of the best known financial roan In the South died at Erankfort Dr Richard Ai Who member of Congress from the Norfolk Va dls trlct is doad Gov Nub of Ohio has decided not to issue scoy Christmas pardon to con vlcts this year A little girl in Now York was burnt d while playing Santa Claus in echo and died of hcr lnjurlei Two then wore killed outright and two fatally Injured in a sawmill explosion aT Sneer vlIe Tcnn Mrs Wm P Frye wife of SenaU Frye of shins died suddenly at tba Hamilton Hotel in Washington Tho Illinois supreme court holdsthat the law protecting employes in tho right to belong to untpos Is unconstlti tlonal Twentyfiye more employes were latd off In the L S N shops at Decatur Ala making 150 released from work a week Claiming too much of a rush of bus ncsd the court of appeals baaJducdt to lot Caleb Powers case go over to the new courtIBrown threw herself under an engin at Toledo She was mangled beyoed recognition Morgan Sympson of Wllllamitowt was going to afire and fell Into an open cistern His neck was broken and be died Instantly The Southern Pacific Railroad bas contracted for 50600000 brick to be used in lining tunnels in Its approach to San Francisco Burglars robbed tho Third Avenu Louisville residences of M S Kohlc Samuel Grabfelder and got diamond valued at 82500 The Kentucky Whisky Trust was IE dieted at Louisville and declared a nuisance because it allowed refute too run Into Elkhorn Creek Peter HraUsbaw of Mt Sterllnllsret 100000 under O P Huntlngtons wilt He was a contractor who gained tbe railroad magnates friendship J W Carpenter of Russellvlllc found out after it was too late that bis pocket book containing 8350 had burned In I pile of trash be set tiro to Ohios new attorney general declines to further prosecute the antitrust caCs against the Standard Oil Company and tho Continental Tobacco Company Tod Thurman son of Allen Vf Thui man and grandson of the Old Roman was suspended from the high school for smoking on the school grounds at Columbus O- At Gulfport Miss three Negroes killed City Marshal Richardson A mob was organized and it lynched ono Negro and shot three more ono of whom was killed Rev Green Moore Vas tried at Louisa on a paternity charge upon a warrant sworn out by Mrs Lizzie Dooley The jury gave judgment for f20 a year for SlO years The Kaiser Wllhelra dor Groaji landed an enormous mall at NawYorK Including 5829 registered letters Al together 275000 letters were handled oa the ship en route Messrs Arthur and Justus Goobe emphatically deny that tho body or Sov Vm Goobol will be removed from tho State cemetery at Frankfurt to Covlngton They say such a thing wai never contemplated by them The fire In the celebrated mine of the Lchlgh Valey dual and Navlga Lion Company at Summit Pa which bas been burning for 42 years Is under control and It is said will be oxtln julshed within tho next two yearn It is the Impression at Washlngtot hat the government vlllloso the Nee ly case which means that cannot bo taken back to CubaaoJ nit tbo Constitution and the Hair case which means that the Constltutloi wont follow tbejlag It Is stated tlbe war department hat th ra rapt which I due it San FranotscS abdOttho 1st bInls epldlot4acLivllan neqt who lcdIJ1IIlVallJCqlnaand tho that are i lead on the transport Sherman whit Is due lit Sun Eralolric on the 12th mong tho bodies orfthe Grant is that if young barber nephew of Mrs Mo flnlcy who recently dlud In the Orient EdwartfA Cudahy the millionaire ackor of Omaha whoso qn was kid aped ei1reredabagot92000Ingold tore pU y was permitted to return ipmo Youhg Cu ahv toll a thrlllnc HQ was blindfold id andchajnpcl to a cbaiT in nrdeaertesl buss Omaha The ldapperdthretktenod to burn put hit iijubraoHivdSSCpumlsic v the Cudabyrs f i r b vrltHt l g 6p1rFQrrt 10inUflll sal a dallgbtcrl + aaw eif31a 1tllaJaQotjtaASelu Fitgr e yeOtntolIOIfl1J1aflJ rIIJI hW tnt no norpinti r J u J t tfarful JtOIlI1rJd1dNtl her n let WIIG emalieleeeeebs nleptclHU tallalah- tdtsruftatru comelele r ymdbe C It oalkkgulrse rurhail roiCrliwt and ll1nc1IIlult Ji TrtaIrll1041t1JO at y WffDrug Ior oj I IJ+ + McGbM Y UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Pcnlcar InI3AH1TESS SADDLES C Stanford Ky No KKtOirr 01IIIE CONDITION OK Tilt Lincoln Gouty National Basle OK STANroUIi KY At tbe dose of IlueInea pea 13th HKSOimCES Loser and llNnntaaUII811OreniraRi Vcittl nod upfcrun llCTl U S Ilondj tu fccuro clmil tlonn UmjKO u rremliimson S ftomU 27211 Storks MtutltM etc 99W 00 Dapking house furniture eel Hitanx l Due tonlasllonalflanks not IlWne- As nlMM irjiwi- Iu rom Blite Ilinki lai IlinVf 2I Due front inrorfl reserve egents r 73721 tnrnatlkrenue teIIl 1 1211 Cheeks and other eahltemel JI- NotepfotherNntlonal14n1a 1 7t ta1dI hVirtlontl paper rurrtncy nttklo and Cents SrOi Lawful Money Ibr rra lollank sit- Slecle Jr41iIW uu lrplttcr nowl ll be RTtrJJ tedempuon front U Trralr4S1rr ctnt tUU latlona wA tO- N1tm flUot L I1A111UTIKS CapIUl Motk ll IIIIIJI Surplus turd IWOC- Vadltldcd pr BU cis espeneeseodlAr raIJ Mt i4W N tlon l lUok Notes outstandingb KOW his pi other N Uon Jliankt fA III Dut State and nnhn 4lInJlrldu lepoeltseubsectto cbfck tJ70IAr U bllitIf 011 neo thNebate taW siu eta 00 tcrATEUPKEsTUCKY 1 a Counlfof Uaiela I John DOwelty sublet the IHIMH Hank do Ktknialjr twer tint 1eabottIIllmfnt li true to the bit otray knitwkdj ami tcllct J D OVslKV Cwhltr- SuUcrili d end sworn lo Morcmt thU Ht dlT of Dec iv JJ Miupkithll ii toUEcrAtteejJEiravSJtIIIUItll J NSfIYFC Mo rpt7 REPORT OF THE CONDITION oor THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUST ONVILLE AT HUSTONVILLE In the Stall or Keninekyat the dots of bmlnti Dee Wth RESOURCES Lon and dcounuUttOrtrdnfts secured sod untecured 210 lfJ tJ5 Hands la tenure circulation 1tl IlioVm Rowe furniture and fixture 1411 10 Due Iron National Rants not Rt- S2MIJSsersw AlenU DuglronStau Baokiand Hanker 321S M Due from apprare t reline agents ttfvi K ChtckJ and other cub llemi Internal Retepae SIAIIIJMHI III Notes al other National uauke 2MSW Fractional peter rrrncJ nickels ud qenttM Tl14 Lawful Money Ketetve In Dank vii Specie eso W Redemption fund with USTreelunr J per set ofcncailatioo Gti rotal 1411 a LIMIILITIES UpitatitocV paW in orS5400- atp febd hI Undivided profit Iest eipenie and use paid JtAU0 H tatlonal Uatk aster ouuianJiotf 12lile u1 to other Nall nal Bank ftUVile lo State Rank and Uankrn tI1ndividaal deptdU tukiKt tv Ck llfSKO Total IM6I1 W I J W looker tMbltf ot the abort iwined lank d tvtvmnl tw ar thai the above tUtenciit i Uuc lo the beet of my kn and belief WIoektu lao lr and worn to bflore me thle V1Subscribed II W HIM N P U C KllWAHU AuilHX II Director TJ Itomximx 27ed REPORT Ot TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the dole of builnex Urn Uth sew- RESOURCES ours and ducouou IIH Ml lrsrdr1ksslauedand untecured Ifsel iS lUinJj tu sepnc Clrculillcn niUJO00 Hjifilirti op pS Roods 1100 00 Ittk tltS274- 1nFicousefurnitureandatlutes 0400 10 Uher rial eatadandmortgagei owned 7WI20 Vifre National banhanot Red urn Alenl2J 11I1I1JI uofrdra teencsgsdttyr27O fl IUlernalt nu MAI11118i r iC dickjand otjftr cash Items f t robe ototlicr Nat 1I0Ibott 92314 ractional piper currency nickebaahd Cenlr43 YJ r- S J 1r1 of wriJgi4dems 11j0fYtlrellti aoUl1 P a Clplf II tIIUILnnsa j ffflfJO 1 tlj- ujplstfiind 18 7ft tIndiv eat eapense pn4 J dP 1lJ1lt a e dati9nxl m oJ tzalfr llIv NI1I IwikInlfJlnke yil 1t idirldwl deposits ublocld Cbefk 717711 s 1tvM QITola iv TSTATFOF KFtTt1r 1ll hlcola- phnJ J t IcYdbtp sblr r J o tolemnlsea dbdtboe tutd inttstryelOthcbftlbflp 117IOOtI1a 4r lie t t Jop 1cr t d 1otitII e tt4 Car lfeVt iI wrt JJ1 I f CHAS L aAwE UH candidate for Axv tnar of Untfolncottn lytstttiject to the actlou of ho democratic tnrty IV J rf CARTER Sr- I c a CAinlldnto for SlicrllTnf Lincolnsubject to tlionctlon or the Ucniocritlo parCty J9 McWHORTER Ot Crnl Orchard U n candidate for AMCH mir of Lincoln coiuity tutiject to the nation of th6 demoorntld nry T J HILL hncitndldntr rOt Slurlir of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democratic early MeG REYNOLDS It n candidate fpr Anstiuorjif Lincoln coun tyi subject lotho action ot llii lrntiCCpatty M S KAUGIIMAN- It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic party EVLILLARD Of Danville It a candidate for SiMo Senate Citeoyinctton of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS iHncundldutu for AitcsMirof Lincoln county nulijcct to the action of toe Democratic Iarty ar F NORTH CountsItIiiT Democratic party 7W L IIERRIN U a caudldnto for Jitllcr of Lincoln county subject to tip action of theUcraocrattc par ty J II RAINES Ian candidate for the nomination of Jailer of Lincoln cxmqty subject to the action of the Democratic party WSI 1LANDGRAF- It u candidate for Awcjwor of Lincoln coun tYI tubject to democratic action THAMES H WHIGIXT- It U candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count tubjrct to the action of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES It candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County abject to the action of the democratic par ty tupport It solicited DINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbo democratic party He solicit your support GUS KcCORUAOE- It a candidate for Asaotwir of Lincoln county subject to tho action ot tho democratic party GEO A EVUBANKS- U n candidate for Jailer of democrat tubjpcV to the action of the party JAMES T JONES It a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county tubjcct to the action of the decaooratIC party Painting Repairing yourbuggvxllrlcnc men to tcwd oaa have your old lihlclo made new for vury little money J II QUfiKIt Stanford Ky POSTEDI heKlijr warn ill prrwnt froiu trewpaulngon 107 arm for toy wtnttvrr- VM LAXIMJIIAF KrlgrKy i dao warn iFtMHitfroui traapiwlnt on hen on hack for FasoNucnuOtte- nhalwKyPRUITTBROS Headquarters For HOLIDay GOODS 1 MOm ANI KY S25 REWARD 45forI will pay a reward of tho return of tho lionte taken from my barn Sunday nteht Oth mud the apjirubenslon of the Ihluf Dnrrlpllou forrol home a yours old about 15biiiidi high a whlto fret nod- lekrewhlteapotlaforohuudan11 a sear lo lilnd ouch oar Iull bv a yoku RILED IIA1IN Maret burR I REAzLeY HAYS r UiTDERTAKERS tjf tiM k 1iuJit eit1tuiiSI ugi plel ipor trfl chn Furniture for RI ethclud1 tt fLu ltl llces ilkbh NTUOK1lfiJ r rS= f t jlI ri j I4fh J I t f f o o Qs Doooooooooopooooooooixooooooobo cfc o I f c otrCH1NN eX FRYE tic p 0 Brokers g o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Kyo a oStocks Bonds Cotton Grain u gPrQvision and Investment 1 b- o Bought and So T g o 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph pronritJy g 0executed fg O Dank and Commercial References Lung Distance 1Clophono 310 o o ob 0000000000000000000000009000000 cg l i1 A C SINE CONTRACTOR do BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCJEY I make close estimates on work a guarantee satisfaction as towork manship material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during the 15 years that I have been in business here 1 a full stock of Doors Sush- IBlittdS Metal Roofinn Rough and Dressed Laths ShiiiRles Etc duplicate any prices offered 4M 9espA Ns The soutftBrn mutual investms G OF LEXINGTON KY INSURANCE EEVEESEnrf We pay while you live Old Line Coinpauios pay tit wilt youdic Which do you profer V Over 800000 paid its Living Benefits Over 12OOO Ileservo 1I1l1 Surplu8t 00001 IVul in MaUiritios in SoptQiilIi Further particulars apply to J C ijaileyal M D Ten nington Local Agte Stanford Jolla G Austin Special Agent Bnulfonlsville Ky Stanford Female CoIf ge STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature ISc anten- Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Presr Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the ttockholdBM of the Na Uooill Ilankot lluuonTllIo will tee Ilold et their imnklne bo io In JIt JJtwCn9 OII1t1 tlllI Su- dAultforitheaPUtP0 l Creed lg nine Itl ria toil tu trvr ilnt Vu tr- J 1YIIOOhCEILCteehI i Stockholders Meeting A Meeting o nit twklerldsteof tho IAn hc htliiitetrbaakln IAcwetberaoad T In January tI torlle purlne It director UtVSIEYtFaatorioluctlng J H Stockholders Meeti MR A mrntlnKfif the IIlolIloolllel1f Dm First National Hunk of sunfonl will tt1 heid HI their iHinklnR 10110 tin ond Tuoeday In January 1B6I for the purpose of electing 11 director of the ensuing Tear JOHN J TB Cntliler SUSS LBXXIE C JONES Of foreland 1u oinM a Complete Lino of Millinery Junction City And 10YII the patronage of tht putillr Country irujiun taken u en liarm fur ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Maiiufucturcrol BRICIIAnd Lime CementooWrite For Irlie COALZSALT will huvt lily rout blue completed by Oct and will keep on hand thru or the beet coot nlllQ saif uud I WIll cell It to merchant by lit II ver stndll- margin Will continue to the highest Irl Hickory 8iKkop9tiivMana llMlnK at prices e5r nullIU fiP STED The perluil hollnltlno uppCtI below strictly game of BUY klad ut iioy time of lie year Oil Jr nda add will par MUloto full JJlhlUt of than law auy wilt Ylullltu aII i J IfntItIlnJol1il IJf WfIO nalleyJ 1 olld- 1i 1 Ttnorrl t r Tucker U u liaugiawam J W UIIlftltlDno L Jt y Uh j H rP09TEJIbr 1 Ml and lad I willpct I teleheJyto NEW LIVERY STABLE c w BUIEE Imi rrrs JUNCTION CITV JKY tl1rtCl Taurat l1llIablo lr8Hjwolt AtUNMliiii to Trtrelliij Men Grain act Hay Ior bale 4 a FRITH HOTEL r WAHCI5M Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY s t S =IlMtlltM In thr Aounkai mica on Mrrr4 l rlenheelsUirelnreiyrliislwaUoato tray ling Inr- aGUN REpAIRLNGi No matter what gone wnroiwlt your uu Bund It lo ut uud it will tie romptly and Skillful 1Jy RepairedI IAt115 Third Stlmuvllle It l Paper Hanging And Painting Feenebeture you let nunpatntblg t will tavo you money I wii furnltli Jm per yk IUld lion thrt wall Iron 100 up lit other onft Iwilliol youpapof atchvap liS yon inrhiir lung it ut So jter hI1 y IN AH w4l GtM teed J J HELDEN i BtanfortJ Ky= = OLD MOCK WHISKYt If e 1UIr1 y In lIu t iII3 s Mason HotelMRS U D ei MPs TrorX I Lancaster z Kutuckyo I Newly odcfcwTbetUj splenJed41 f Everything tlrlIcll8 jJ L scot all trains ft 80 f 1fJffltt yA J j I 1a el