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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 i VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 119019 A M NO 87 Mr Mahony Takes Pen In Hand business thatof Ineuraocetndkos tMy for mo to travel exten over Ihrco conutlc Doyle Lin cola and Casey and by that moans I am able to meet with and form many new acquaintances It was my plcasuro last week to spend tho night In tho splen did homo of Mr W U McCluro at MII Olive After Introducing myself and tmy business I remarked that I wanted as soon at I could to get on to tea oth ors In the lIelKbborbood who wore ourI I policy holders But ho Immediately Mid Now you just leave your hone tiC r and buggy and tako my ttsdJIo horse and go and sea those parties andI come back hero to night I thought this exceedingly kind of ono to whom J up to this time I was an utter stranger- Of course I accepted the kind offer andI Invitation for mY horso was tired nod the afternoon was growing apace I doI not ronibmbor ever to huvo spent a more delightful evening nod night tlr McCluro It a very intelligent Ion tlomau Ho has a splendid library and takes several of the latest papers and magatlnos among thorn the INTKIUOU JOUUNAI and the Review of Review Besides ho Is a Ono Christian gentle thoaChristian church found this out not by Inquiry but byjb erv itlon and ho was certainly not on bit good behavior eIther for he did not know that 1 was preacher until n few minutes before I left next morning 1 scrupulously avoided telling him as I usually do be oauiio when I am on business I want to get business as other men and not on Imy cloth And then I wanted to how church members act In their homes and in the absence of iho preacher Lieut Albert McClure a rOil of thus excellent man was at homo Yon a leave of aVcnco Ho was Just from 1hlna where ho was with hIs reJtlmeu- during tho war He was In some of the f IsngagcnionU between Tien Tslng nod f tekln and alto at the siege of Pckln Lieut McClure Is a graduate of Woit Iolnt anti a brilliant talker We gale cd much valuable Information about tho Filipinos the Chinese and army IUo generally Uo showed us many curiosities which ho has collected In Y his travel among them a handsome ChIncso watch Uo will leave in a few days to join his corps at JefToron Oar racks Mo Mr Risks of the firm of Hales Wilkinson is located at Mt Olive and Is doing well They hue a nlco stock of goods and carry something of everything necessary In the mercantile line In the eamo neighborhood lives J C Holllnsvortb a former acquain tance Ho ls a prosperous farmer and all ho needs now to complete the hap piness of his pleasant and hospitable homo Is a good wife At Hclbel Ridge I mot Mr Silas Wesley tbo popular merchant of that place Of course bo Is doing well as he has everything hit s own Avuy Llkoall tho others of the name whom Ivo known and like tbu and good John Wesley tie le rPood Methodist The country around Mt Ollvo and Bethel Ridge Is ferlllo people are In easy and com 4Sortable ulruurastanccaII MAHONY It Is a singular fact says nn ex changu that nonu of tho presidents 4lived to tho traditional throo scor lan d I tint Harrison who came near otto that ago dying ut OS Washing- tonI at 07 Lincoln at 62 IMerco 48 and Grant 10 Otheradlcd at Various ages ranging from 52 to 05 Two former presidents only aro alive Grover Cleveland and Benjamin Harrleon Of the defeated candidates nominated for the presidency by either of the great parties and never elected William I Jennings Bryan comparatively a young roan la the only survivor I1KAT OUT OF AN INCKKASK OF II 18 PENSION- A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing iho advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 11 arrhoen Itemcdy I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico In 47 nnd 481 con 4 tracted Mexican diarrhoea anti this remo tly line kept me from getting nn Increase r in my pension for on every renewal a of it restores me It la uncuullcd 1Iloso quIck cure for dlnrrbou oml is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Orafg fc Hockor s Governorelect Durbin of Indiana f hue dotorralncd to continuo asylum to the Kentucky fugitives during ble four term Li cro a wishing these birds of a feather much mutual Mla faction fron their locking together Times r Speaking of old newspapers Tho Morning Democrat la getting along It self It cau say today what few pal ors i could ray yesterday It was established in the lust century Lex Democrat 1 A lama shoulder IB usually caused by I rheumatism ot the muscles and may ho cured by a few applications of Chamber j Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig + T locker Druggists LANCASTER Ell Parkins a popular lecturer will till an appointment hero on the Oth J C Thompson C D Powell ondI other merchants of this city report un unprecedented sale of Christmas goods Gus Hun ono of the best minstrel leaders of tbo country is booked for an entertainment at the opera house 00I Jan 10th A now enterprise In the way of mar bio works will bo established hero shortly S McClure of Madison Is foreman and has engaged a room of It A Stono James I Hamilton ono of the most successful traders In horses In this sec two loft a few days ago for tho South orn market with two car loads A E Crome until lately a resident anil business man of ihls place recently bad his foot badly crushed while working In the machine shops ut Cor bin Amputation or permanent lameness will be the dliastrous result Mr Gaitlnoau who has vacated the Anderson house on Danville street has moved to the Best Hotel Dr II M Grant has rooted the Anderson proper ty for the ensuing year and has sub lot a suttcof rooms The W 0 T U gave a reception at the home of Mrs Margaret Gill on Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mis luena Mother of Now York and Mrs G M Patterson Tno reception com hradleyLThe tobsooo trade Is thriving in this vlolnlty nine wagon loads being brought to town Saturday and stored at Clark b Palmer warcbouto It ropruenU tho crop from different parts of the county and Is as flue n specimen of 110 wood ai any section could produce The Week of Prayer is being on served hero by union meetings at the various churches of the city Monday night at the Presbyterian church Tuesday night at time Melhodlstchurcb Wednesday night at the Christian and Thursday night at the Baptist church appointments will be made for the other two nights Able Malilo Thompson lave a nine q lerado party at her handsome new homo on Danvlllo street Monday eve ning and a disguised host of beaux and belles fairly thronged the commodious hall and parlor Gypale Flower Girls Cupid ItAllane Japs Chinamen Spanish Cavaliers Kings and Queens all mingled In one gay assemblage Senator George T Fannie having proven a faithful and efficient member of tho General Assembly the Garrard democrats aro not willing for his ref tirement ro have again unanimous ly extended him tho nomination The democratic committee havo selected next county court day Jan 23 us their next meeting at which time they will till out n full party ticket HUSTONVILLE Tho Misses Adams will sell Mllll Inory at Goat for the noxt ao days Those Indebted to ma by note or ac count are urgently requested to calla onco and saltine W C Greening Until tho 1st of February I will you an overcoat suit or pair of absalutecloth Ing ever olTered In HuotonvIUc A J Adams agent Mr William U Blhop and Mire Manna Leo Rose of Hustonvlllo wero married Wednesday at 1 oclock In tho parlors of the Gllchor Houao at Dan ville Mr Bishop Is the son of Mr Josiah Bishop a successful farmer and prominent citizen of the West End Miss Rose la the daughter of the Into lamented J T HOBO of this county Miss Hose Is u woman of many admira blo characteristics and accomplish Wools being popular wherever sho Is known anti possessing u multitude of admiring friends at home Mr Bishop Is a man of sterling worth popular among both old and young aqd having before him n bright and promising fu turo They were accompanied to Dan vlllo by a party of 12 friends and role lives After dinner tho party repaired to the parlorsiwhero In tho presence of thcso friends the short and Impressive ceremony was pronounced by Ilov J W U gln of Stanford Mr and Mrs Bishop took the afternoon train to Cln cinnati They will bo at homo to their friends after Jan flth at this place Mr Jerry Adams and Miss Pearl Rose slater of the bride accompanied the happy pair and stood with them during the ceremonyJ W H A Cincinnati preacher who Is lead ing a crusade against them declares that secret marriages aro always un successful And then the foolish man cuts the ground from under himself by reciting an Instance la which a secret marrlago was discovered only whoa the twins cried Glasgow Times Do you love your teacher little boy Not do I git If 1 says osJI r MATRIMONIAL Kid J Q Montgomery of Liberty will preach nlTuracravllla next SuoI ayIL P Smith and Mlrs Maudo Leach were married at Sheridan Leach Wednesday Fortyeight couples word married In Jeffereonvlllo and Now Albany IodI during the JolldaYIIIR B Thompson and Miss Carrie Hoowlscbor surprised the guests at aI watch party In Paducah by getting married lust as the 2 Hh century camo In Bert Sanford and a Miss Hull InI Henry county spent their honeymoon In quarantine the brldo developing a cajo of smallpox on the wedding day Charles Roberts nod Miss Nannie Bryant Joseph Bryant and Miss Sallle Sllgall were married In a carriage InI the middle ot a road near La Fayelte this StateIThere wore 72 additions to the 2dI and Walnut street Baptist church as aI result of the recent revival Forty threo of them were on profession ofI faith Evangelist 1F Martins meet ing at the ThirdAvenue Baptist church resulted in 32 additions Loutavlllo Pout A dispatch from Columbia says Mil lard ejtnplcton residing near Knlfley this county stalled for this pined to proouro a license la marry MUs MaryI Bryant but before reaching homo his Intended changed her mid She bad tbo county clerk called up by telephone and asked him to Inform Mr Staple ton of the fact Miss Amanda Rose daughter of Mrs Ella Rose of Htmonvlllo and Mr William Bishop also of the West End wuro married In Danville Wednesday morning by Rev J W Uagln of this place The bride Is a charming young lady highly accomplished and a goner ul favorite In her section Shu la a handsome brunette and Is as lovely of character as she Is of race Mr Bishop Is a sun of Mr Josiah Bishop and a fine young mat lure Pearl Philips second daughter of Mrs Ada E It hips formerly of this place but now of Montlcollo Will married to Mr C B Novlus of Lan easier at the residence of Prof Mo DouJle at Lebanon 0 at 1130 A M Jan 2d After a visit of a few days to Cincinnati they will bo at homo to their friends at The Garrard at Lancaster The brldo Is an accomplished and elegant young lady while the groom Is a splendid business man and as clover as you find em- Prof E L Grubby of the Stanford Male Academy was married at Junc Nun City Wednesday to Mien Carolina Fox a former pupil and a very pretty young lady The ceremony was per formed by Rev G W Mills after which Prof and Mrs Gnibba came to Stanford mend are now happily domiciled at the St Aeapu Hotel Mrs Grubba will assist hoi husband In his school and take the place of Mr D C T Grubba who la preparing for West Point Prof Grubba will make tho study of bookkeeping a special feature alter beginning Monday next and ho would like to have the patronage of all higheroCHURCH MATTERS Rev C P Williamson la to remove from Atlanta to Richmond Va where ho will take charge or a leading seminaryRev W Hagln the recently call ed minister to the Christian church will fill his pulpit on Sunday morning preaching on AINcw Years Resolu lion Remember the address by Rov G W Young field secretary of the Inter denominational local option committee at tho Presbyterian church Sunday night All the churches In town will unite In this service Mr Young will preach at tho Methodist church Sunday morning The watchnight service nt the Meth odist church Monday night was greatly enjoyed by about 100 persona who were present All churches worejropreaont cd and the last hours of the oldjcontury wore splint in worship and pralso to God Exactly at 12 oclock sun time tho old year was tolled out the new year rung In and the congregation heartily joined la singing thedoxology Many expressed themselves aa glad of the opportunity thus tofeutcr upon tho 20th century Bore and swollen joints sharp shoot ing pains torturing muscles no test no sleep That means rheumatism It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamber lalud Pain Balm has conquered it thous udl of times It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the pain For solo by Craige hooter W J Ueboo u horse won u raco at Now Orleans Nobody ever heard of the horse before and the conclusion must bo that Iho equine victory like the election ot the bones namesake to tho Senate wio au ucrlJotTlme CRAB ORCHARD A happy and proaparoua nuw year to the INTERIOR JOUIIrAL and Its many readers Miss Mattie Boazloy spent Christmas 10IRov Sbepberd of Paint Lick filled the pulpit of the Baptist church Sun day morning and night The ladles of the Baptist church gave oyster supper Monday night from which they realized a neat little sum The young people gave their first of u series of entertainments on FrIday night The Millers Daughter was well presented to a large and appro dative audience Prof Rlggs is training a class in vp cal music here and the tcombers of the brass band aro making steady progress under his Icstructlon Christmas has come and gone and we are entering upon a new year and a new century What an appropriate time for making good resolutions Tho health of Dr Stapp is somewhat improved Mrs 0 P McMahitn and little daughter of Butler spent Christmas week with her parents Dr and Mrs Stapp The first work ol the new century will be the construction of the great Interocoanlo Nlcarrguan canal and tbo proper management and reconstruction- of our wonderful Insular possessions Momentous problems both The holidays passed very quietly at this place with very few happenings of especial Interest to relieve the mo notony Mrs Stappa pupils had a beautiful Christmas tree upon which were some very handsome presents nil being the handiwork of the pupils Old Santa Clue was qulto entertaining to the llltlo ones and after a few songs and recitations tbo gifts wore dlas rib nted every one being satisfied with the result Mrs Claudio Hofman and family have returned from an extended visit to friends In Alabama Dr J M Bro naugh of Purcell 1 T la enjoying a stay with loved homefolka Wade Per kite returned to State College whore ho will round up the curriculum this term and wo learn with pleasure that there is fair prospect of his the honors of his class which his roan friends hero trust may prove true Mrs Hannah Wlllboyte ot Woodford has returned after a pleasant visit to the family of Mr Wm Stewart whore also Mrs Lulu Gaines of Spencer county was spending the holidays Harry McGee and wife of Livingston spent a few daya with relatives here Mr Chcnnult Willis and wife of Richmond woro pleasant guests at Crab Orchard Springs durlug the past week Tbo Misses MoWhortor visited friend in Livingston the past week Dr and Mra Sam Scott of Somerset spent sev oral days with Mrs J F Holdam and other friends Miss Pearl Collier Is at homo from Georgetown College Mr J C King returned Friday from Som erset and will leave for Oklahoma to day where ho and his family will mkI their futuro homo Their many friends deeply regret their departure but extend many warm wishes to and for them in their western homo- RUBBLE Tom MoMellon has opened up a mar ket for old Iron heron L Hubble and Henry Hester arc In the South with mules Oscar McClure and Otis Tartar of MIntonvIllo vIsited relatives hero this week Elder A It Mooro will preach at tbo Christian church Sunday afternoon at 2iO oclock L G Bubble fouud that wevll were ruining his wheat and had to put It in the cloyator Dr Hicklo hue gone to Louisville to attend tho medical college Silas Stono has moved to the Lancaster toll ate propertyC Blanks has returned from n prospecting trip through Indiana and ho la delighted with tho country Uncle Fred Ycakcy Is on tbo sick list Fin loy Purdom has moved to E T Min ers farm and wo aro glad to welcome him among us again Tommy Ball who has been In Davless county for a fow years la In to see his people Gcorgo Boydcn who committed aul cidoatNowburg Iud was tho eighth husband of Mrs Boydon Two of her husbands died natural deaths three committed suicide aud throe were di vorced Mrs Oo dell I only 60 years of ago and declarea marriage Is not a failure and that oho sees no reason why aho should not marry again The three husbands of Mrs Boyden who committed suicide all drowned tnorn solves lu Ibo cistern roost people want is a omethlng IWhit senile when in need of a phys or1aln Si uliieh amid L t ver Tablct3 Jill the bill to a dot They are easy to lake and pleasant In effect For gulp by Craig Hooker Druggists Adair democrats will hold a primary on the 31at x tNI Ti1 rlvilTYn 7TJi + hn rnnr + y= 1n riirr = = = J 1 SPECIAL PRICES J i f r IN I Suits and Overcoatss l1llrge8t Assortment Always on Hand 3 7 rfiITPAYS TO TRADE AT ttor J THE GLOBE X r- tJlMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing t JJ Your money back If youre not satlsOed c l Jitt e 2Ot Century Greeting I TO OUR TKADE The yearjust past Our lirtiiibusincss has surpassed our expectations AVc icel tHat the class of goods we have sold the low prices we have made and our ever willingness to serve our customers has done it All we get we want to merit Our years experience has been very valuable to us and has put us in position to anticipate bra the wants of our trade which will enable lie to Jiave on hand just what you want of the choicest styles and patterns and the best values that the markets allbrd We give andythat amounts to a great deal If we dont give you close prices good values and fair treatment it cant be did Thanking our customers for past favors aud soliciting your future patronage we are yours for 10Q1 businessTCUMMINS McCLARY We wish lo thank n yenrWeGOOD GDODS AT LOW PRICES y And we belbivo we have succeeded fairly well We wont your trade for the coming yeat and bolieve we can make it to your Interest to trade with If you nro uot already a customer of ours GET IN LINE AT ONCE And Let us fiG your orders this year Yours For Business HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford a PHONE 10 fAKE YOUll i PRESCRIPTIONS TO Craig Hocker Stanford JFor Accuracy and Low Prices ell W BM Roberts r THE DRUGGIST r ollsB st Goons Atrttn ces Trade With Him rti al e i f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANIXHID KY IAN BIOl E O WALTON TUB fact that Judge James Dente of Somerset failed In some mall coo tracts may lose him the collectorship of the 8th district which be seems to have had in his grasp Tho president bas been told of it and his hesitancy over making the appointment Is said to be due to the charge In case ho is appointed the government would levy 00 his salary It Is said though wo can not see why If Judge Denton owed it any thing ho has not been mado to pay It before this We understand ho Is rea Ion ably well oft and far from belt debt proof therefore the story of bla Indebtedness for failure of contracts III given little credence LIFE Insurance has taken rapid etrldea In the last century ao rlat year was a phenomenal oneyfor but l ness In that line one companyslot writing over 8320000000 of m lre than a million a day for every workh day in the year One hundred years ago there were fdar life Insuring organ Izations in England none at all upon the continent and but one email altaiI which Insured Presbyterian clergyrat only In this country It was not until more than 40 years later that the cup panics which bave made American lIfo insurance so famous and bavo seen It grow Into the marvel It Is began to come into existence B03WELL BAnDSLEV Who Is It lyears old and who for 72 years h8 a been postmaster of North Lnnslni Tompkins county N Y will be amen tho Invited guests at the McKlnloy In auguratlon Burdalcy was appoints postmaster on June 28 1828 Jobo C Quincy Adams being then preside and John McLean ofOhio tmaeter general Ho Is not only tbeol4estma In the postal service but be is b HQed to be the senior government employ In any capacity lioTomplaTntagalnf his ofl6o has ever beefiled Ho hat always drawn the same salary il75 per year IT ia said that about 000 persons day on an average visit the White House tbo year around The number rises sometimes to 1500 and 2000 aod the hours for visitors are not many be log from 10 A M to 21 M In spIte of this constant tread tho beautiful old gold figured carpeL in the east room lookas well as when It was first put down before Mrs Cleveland left the mansion for her new home In Prince ton THEODORE HALLAM has been cited to appear before Judge Tarvin to shot cause why he should not be disbarred from practice for making a statemen In a Cincinnati court that tho Coving ton courts were liable to bo bribed A few years In jail would benefit Hallan and be a Godsend to tbo public If r Judge Tarvin could go as far as to 1mI such a sentence on him cYpeso TUB long drawn out Louisville wll case la at an end at last praise the Lord By a vote of nine to three the Irvin Botto will was allowed to stand All the codicils except the ono re affirming the will were killed Thi decision gives Mra Cloteal Botto 915 000 and W M Botto her eon a life interest In 835000 Mrs Botto ales gets oncclghtli interest In the rest duary estate TUB editor of the Elkton Progress Is down with nervous prostration brought on by guddeu and complete astonish wont Last Saturday ono of his delinquent called and paid three years ar- rearages and two years subscription In advance It ta the first time u delinquent ever did such a thing and it will thus bo seen that the now century la establishing records early In tbo game IT Is stated on authority thus Mrs 1iBryan la to bo associated with her bus bard In editing the Commono She Is to be In charge of tho Womans depart mont which however will not deal In fashions sad frivolities but discusa questioned higher culture and those looking to tho general advancement of of women IlUKltAlI for Gov Beckbam Ho considered 75 petitions for pardons and turned down just that number Our executive has seen tho fruits of a reek leuse of the pardoning power by his predecessors as well as by governors In other States HATS off to the Owcneboro Messen got which Is just a quarter of a cen tury old It Is good enough to be a centenarian RoosEVKtr ia now a private citizen but bo wont bo o more than days the mores Jha pity POLITICAL The flight populist members of the Colorado Senate have joined with the democrats t L N earnings for November show a net Increase of 8J196987 and for five months of 912734128 r H t r nov John Sweeney Is said to have been chosen as tho now postmaster at Pull William McKinley has appoint William McKlnloy postrrmter 01 Abrama Wisconsin Chlet Justice Haolrlfrjr denies tho report that ho wilt enter tho race for United States Senator A Chicago packing house secured contract to furnish tho Russian rmy with 8100000 worth of meat It Is believed at Washington that an open door provision will bo Inserted in tho new treaty with China The Nebraska Legislature elected W G Sears the republican cauc ls nominee speaker of the House Senator William P rye was rcno Inated at the joint caucus of ropubl can members of the Maine Legilatui Judge Evans Is making anactvo fight agaInst tho proposition to divide Kentucky Into two Federal judicial dls tracts T P McCrackeo has been appoints postmaster at McWhorter raurel county and Mrs Nancy Morris at Grays Tho republican joint caucus of tho Michigan Legislature renominated the Hon James McMillan for United States Senator The republicans of Caldwell county fused with theBrownies fast year and now the latter want all tho county oil ces and everything else In sight John G Carlisle and William Lint say will appear on opposite sides in the constitution and the nag case bcfor the United States supreme court Third district friends of the Hon Lewis McQuowr of Bowling Greco say be will shortly announce his candI- dacy for the democratic nomination for U S Senator Tbo House committee on Rivers and Harbors has cumpleted the bill Pre Imlnary surveys aro ordered on Trade water river In Kentucky and Elk and Tennessee rivers in Tennessee Auditor Coulter and Inspector Iliac wm lesue n statement showing that tho States financial condition Is good and that no condition exists making necessary an extra session of the Legist Lure Axcomralttco of citizens from Wit ibester Is at Washington to appear fore the Senate judiciary committee ask that Winchester be placed In tho Kentucky Judicial District bill as place of holding court In retiring from olllco Gov PIngrei of Michigan read a message condemn- Ing the State Senate the State court and prosecutors and corporations and predicting a revolution In the State uc less tho present system of legislation Is changed Marcus Aurelius Hanna is having tome trouble In convincing the representatives In Congress tbat It Is the proper thing to give ship owners aDd nanagers 10000000 a year to help nake their business profitable Georgetown Time The Now Years reception at thi White Houso was ono of the most notable events of the Kind that Wasblngtoi has ever witnessed Tho President am Mrs McKinley received thousands or alier beginning with the foreign ambassadors and ending with tho genera public Dr John Mason Williams through his representative Charles E Herd ha3 served notice of contest on Con ressman Gilbert of this district The ontest is on grounds similar to the lavIsonGllbcrt contest on which nc colon has ever been taken by the louseThe tip has trono forth from the Vblte House that if the piggish RIver and Harbor bill is not amended in the louse or cut down in the Senate it will bo vetoed by the president The SO 30000 River and Harbor Expansion till Is too much for an expansive ad ilnlstratlon NEWS NOTES Tho turnpike debt of Fayette county has just been liquidated The State board reduced the valuation of whisky to 83 per barrel Tho American Sugar Refining Com- paoy has reduced the price of granola ted sugar 10 points Hon John G Carlisle was made one 01 tho board of governors of tho Man haLtan Club In New York Thomas Walker a crook was shot and killed at St Louis while attempt Inll to break into a warehouse Pat Crowe charged with complicity In tho kidnapping of Eddlo Cudahy was captured near Oolrtchs S D Harlan Turner wits found dead In bed at his home near Butler Mo Ho had receotly moved from Mt Sterling Tipton Day the wounded slayer of Deputy U S Marshal Howard Wilson has escaped from the Frencbburg jail The city court of Nashville collected em1 33 in fines lust year which breakrJ the record for the past 15 years In Robertson county Mrs America ayton Rogers was burned to death while removing span of burning grease Because she has lived In three con bins a crowd with a brats band serenaded Mrs Polly Graves 101 at Lox mart arrested in Nebraska as- Pat Crown alleged Cudaby kidnaper wrns out to be an Innocent Boston man named Dennis Peuny restaurants are all the go in blcago Every article on the bill Ii- iooe cent and for five cents a real spread can bo had Ignatius Donnelley politician and author Is dead at Minneapolis Rugooo Smith of Moore county Tenn was literally chopped to plcce8 with an ax in the bands of an unknov masked man- During the year 1000 28 people died In Scott county who were over 70 ears of ago Aggregate age 2183 years averageover 78 years Flrq destroyed tho Bellnlro Stamp ins Companys plant ut Harvey III causing a loss of 100000 and thrown 700 men out of employment Caught Oiling jugs through a ruJber hose from barrels of whisky at tho Lex Ingion C l O depot five colors freight hustlers were arrested- E C Remran cashier of the Germs National Dank of Newport was acres Ed charged with being an accomplice ofmlsMng Assistant Cashier Brown Thomas Sparks charged with tlrlnll the bullet that caused tho death of hie nephew Henry Carson 13 at Irvin has boon held over to the grand jury Flvo men were killed and ono badly injured in a headon collision bctwcc two freight trains on tho Yazoo t bah slsBlppl Valley railroad at Meltor MissIn Estlll county 13 men have bceo killed and 14 wounded In the past two years and some of tbo citizens are tug ing the adoption of prohibition as a review of business In the last year showi that the closing year of tbo century was a remarkably satisfactory one for farmer and planters not vith standing the fact that some section harvested smaller crops than In preceding years In spite of 10000 reward for the Judahy kidnaper ono of their number or agent slipped another thrcatenlni letter Into the Omaha ponotllca Informing Cudahy he must withdraw the reward by Sunday or tbo whole family VIII be killed MT VERNON Dick Welshs Christmas gift was l0 round girl Much etckncfa Is yet prevailing In I1U parts or the county The question of water works for this Iaco Is being talked over Mr Sowers of Richmond Is nov foreman of the Signal office Tho court has made It unpleasant for tome of our young man and older one ilso during past week Dr Clark was up from Brodhead oat lay last week to see James look Sr and In consultation with the other doc orsThere have been more deaths In thi ocallty during the past four months ban have occurred In same length of Imo for past SO years A turnpike from Mt Vurnon to the Lincoln line is now assured Tho mat tor Is In the hands of men who will ush It to completion The Masonic lodge hero elected the ollowlng ofllccn Willis Grinio M Williams G S Grlllin M Pen Ington and M C Owens Fred Hahn who lost a horse eoua two weeks since bus traced tbo animal tu Casey county and the thief Is said to- have been In Mlddleburg last Monday John T Stephens of Climax this county died Friday night of blnodpoU fling He was a highly respected farmer and was onto sheriff of the ounty The Mt Vernon band gave a de ghtful concert over the telephone rew nights since and the Crab Orchard band returned the compliment the following night Scarlet fever has been prevalent in mild form here although there was ooe death The Collegiate Institute nnounced that no school would be taught this week on account of tho dl sease bift the order was rescinded and session opened Tuesday It A Whltebcad who has boon In South America for a number of years nrrlved home Monday Dr Punning ton hasmoved his olllce to the Williams ofllcp building opposite Houk dams Bob Livesay has opened a barboI shop in olllce vacated by Dr cnnlngton Mrs E Brooks of Par- Is Misses Ada and Salllo MoWhorter of Lincoln and L S Adams of Grays wero visitors here during the holiday D F Fuquay has returned from Indl nna Young Mr Thompson of East srnstadt Is staying at tho depot hero learung railroad business Lloyd Marc visited Joe Holman at Crab Orchard last week Miss Gladden Ewers s recovering from an attack of scarlet fever Reuben Mulllns and Lloyd Maret are on the sick list II R Fish has moved to town and W F McClary now occupies the Judge Fish property near Buckeye J R Cass was up from redhead Monday and took the Past asters degree at Masonic ball THIS AND THAT William Cordlor bought of S II nughinan a bunch of owed at 8375 George Colllngsworth of Middles boro a section foreman was killed by an Gov Thomas of Colorado says tho corporations by corrupt ova- son ot taxation have brought the- State to the verge of bankruptcy W B Hudson who founded the Bar mryllle Pathfinder has retired from- the paper and leased It to Mr James A HarUlcroad who will continue tho ibllcatton 2 J L Richard aged US and Miss lI la Gentry 14 were married nt Prince tonAt Boston W Murray Crane forth second time took thn oath of onloue governor of Massachusetts- A train was wrecked In Ohio on tho Niles Lisbon road Ono trainma was killed and two Injured Auditor Gus Coultor says there ae no outstanding warrants against tho State treasury and 8315711 77 In moo oy on hand A smart Alec at a dance at Luportt Ind jerked a chair from under Mhd Lizzie Biers and she received fatal It juries from the fall John T Hughe of Lexington PlIld to J G Boyd of Milwaukee a addl gelding by flex Denmark for 100 and another by Artist Montrose for 500 S L Vanineter and others have put chased ground In tho suburbs of Loa Ington for tho building of Arllngto Christian church This will make six churches of that denomination In Lea Ington LIBERTY Miss Annie Bel don entertained a rew friends at her home Wednesday evening Messrs James Cowden Kllja Moon aud Winston Phillips left Monday to enter college at Lexington The W C T U of this place gavi an oyster supper Christmas at the court house which was quite a tucccei Innnclally Dro Gardner of Ellzabcthtown wai here several days last week and carrlo with him flvo children for the Orphan Homo at Loulavlllu Dr W D Stone It still very low Mss Julia Eubank who has been vie lung Miss Lucille Bowman for several Creeks returned to her home n Colum ila Monday Mr Josh Stone of Wash legion City has been railed homo on account of his fathers Illness Mss Stella Hudson of Danville Is vlilllng Mrs J P Wilkinson George Mont lomerv who has been attending the inlyorsity at Lexington Is ut homo on- t visit NOTICE Ininon having claim against the late 1onoll will presfliu them properly proven to tae fur payment nt onro J T LBAVKIU Mint OlllwrU Creek Ky PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE PHEACIIKUSVIUK KY openIanMete us Clint found In tho ordinary high shoot Including kitchen cnnlen and kinder nrlon In Uio primary department Tho common rhool IIIgher Matbe nntke Prlenris Ijtrigai i and oho Illblo For further Kirtlculam Htldrcni J C Mt KBK Principal FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horso and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at nil times W Logan Wood Manager HIC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call E Dt1CAlIONAL I will upon R Normal 8hool on thu flht- Mondny In January 1101 at Kulianka Ky Tuition 93 IHT month Would bo grateful tor thin patronage of any who are eontem atlng attending a fcchool of this kind Pur furl her Information addrox mo nt 1ulaikl entucky JOHN WAUB 1L S PUICK IDentist Stanford Ky OQtkoTi UeRotorU Drug Stop In the wdey UnlMlng R A JONES DENTIST Stanford IV Oillcc over lliggins A McKlnncyn Story Telephone No 48 Drs Slavin PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danville Monday tYalnrrlaye and Fridays Will he In StanfoM TuowlijFii Thursday and Sat lirJijri- Olrtce In the ronnlnntoii Uulldlnj Stanford Ut flee hours to t a u to p u OSTEOPATHY This Btlente originated and lutiloi +d by Dr A T Still ut KlrknTllle Mo deiuJi on the principles ofAnatomy and 1hyilology for In re tulle H rlulrelIo no rubbing no aurgIcaloperalioua anfclaims hlug super itiirul OsUopnthy views man aaamaclilnn ho many Is atljuitinrnt When all parts- areproherlymdjustpd cud not overworked health is the resul- tSomoolthe diseases treated by star Krrroui rrontratlon lleailaclm KeuralgU Hheumatbui CalarrbJWeak Eyes Granulated JkU ioltrc aD Luug Dlwamw Constipation Enlarged lrotLlalto all Blo- mslt and intestinal troublw IIIst3MII oIkon sad Joints SplnalCurvaturn IllilocitlouiStllUolnU ItuslydIncontinence Urltie LoanuotorAlas a claltr Coniultatlon Free I A New Years Greeting To Ouu PATHOSS AND FUIHNDS- AVc hciivo u sigh pircgrut bin thy ptissjn awiy- vof tho Old Century For more thou tho Inst da nile it hns been exceedingly kind to us Our success in yogi midst has been phenomenal We have watched and have seen each successive years volume of business show iueivnso over its predecessor We have seen hundreds of now cus toilers added yearly First from our immediate vicinity then gradually branching out until this past year our busi ness from the Counties of Casey anti Kockcastle has heen suflicicnt to have satisfied the average merchant as a years business AVc fully ivalixe that our sincerest thanks are duo our patrons and wo most heartily extend them to you Wo have tried hard to please and make itn point that no dissatisfied customer shall leave our floor Jt stands to reason that after our long sojourn with you and our contin S ued success wo are certainly deserving With tho advent of the Now Year wo como before you stronger than over prepared to snake prices that defy jompctition 1I01 aro ono of our customers we aro silt lied you will come again If you are not como and try us We will Convince the most skeptical We trust you havo hall avploasant Christmas and heartily wish you a Happy Now Your with success to Mown all your undertakings Louisville Store SHLINGER BROS PRORS T D EANEY MGR ssS S S SI S a OVERCOATSSUITS AND ODD PANTS j From Ihe best manufacture See our lino before nuking your pits chase W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 4 1tiN1t1ti071 1tiN7tiM N11f111Wo Ilnro a Ful Line of I i Ledgers Journals i iiNO 2 4S41Z0TF9VLDEIOHONE 9T 0 0 Oiitt0uiiiit I1ps TO BURN Two Lltnoges Clke11nte8ISee Our Line of Bisqu Figures an Cham cor Sets Prices Very Lotf Considering Grade of OnoJi Ko Sire to Take a llnnco nt Our Ten Cent Counter GEORGE H FARRIS CO J A ALLEN COiOontractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY floorBashcu t Posts e We make tstlmlltCtton suyklnd of work wautut Olllco opposite Ur L H Cooks THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANIOIID KY JAN IDOL e OUit prescription worK la unsurpass lellnysDru PERSONALS CMiis II C FAUIIIS has been qulto IckJKBSJ P Cools of Lexington was hero Wednesday Mn n P MAIITIN was In Laurel county this week A M PKNCB Is In Cincinnati with a car loorf of cattle Mils J F CUMMINS It at Crab Orch and for few days Ins Eu WILKINSON and children are back from Casey JOHN SHANKS returned to school at Lexington Wednesday Mns J W AuKSof Ilubtouvlllc It very 111w are sorry to say Mils J W tOUT It dangerously III but us some better this morning Miss ALICK CAIIIIKU of Huston vllle It a guest of tbo Misses Hill M its SUSAN MULLING of Livings ton was bero a short while Tuesday Huv J n CHOUGH wife and dough ters returned from Cincinnati yeete- day Miss SARA LYNN of Stanford Ii with Miss Pearl Johnson Danville News MIL M F KIKIM went up to Liv ingston yesterday to attend a Maccabco OrchardF Miss Louisi SAUNDKIIH of Dan villa was the guest for n tow days of IIMr and Mrs J X Sounder r W II Black and MM Salllo Price of llarbourvlllc wore made ono In JeTersonvlilc led the other day J P IlAltlKlt nod W S Huffman of Hustonvllle wore roglsUrtd at tile Yillard Hotel Ixwlsvlllo Tuesday r MilS J A VltliillT and Mr C 11 Wright spent several lIa7 with bur brother W M Marplos near Dunn Miss GKnnuiB OHU Jo s and Mr Paula J Jonci of Mlddle Wro wore ants of Mr And Mrs HI Leo 81m- JrimK J W Alco N of Stanford tie loading lawyer of his section was I ar tbo PhoenIx Hotel last night Lex OunocrutMits VIHUISIA KINO of Lincoln tig been spending several days with ncr daughter Mrs P 11 Poland An i cron News WK are glad to learn that Dr It M Phelpra present located at Clltrv Col will return to Stanford In a few weeks Mss K P CAHlBNTKIt Of IlUktOn- vllle orders her paper sent to Ilraman O T where the goes next week to join her bubband Mil n S CAUIKNTKlt of Huston vllle was here Wedncuday Ho tots that his great caddie horse Dignity Dare It wintering llncly Mits C L PiiLiTT who has been ndcr the treatment of Dr Bertie Car penter of Uuktonvlllc has sulllolcntly mprovcd to return to her home In the Va tKod MlHSfS UOIIKItTA AND LITA BKUK- t r sil who have been spending the hoi lay with thalr parents at homo roo tJ ned today to Fairmont Seminaryi Washington D C Mits ADKUA WOODS of Huston Cllle has moved Into one of Mrt Woodlo Halos cottages on East Main rct Wo are iliad to have touch tic jultloni as Mrs Woods nod family t ll prove to be A LETTIK from James It Nnnnolley row at Houlton Me says Wo art ay up hero in the wilds of Malno where wo tire enjoying y throe to four Ct of the beautiful and to 10 do- ir r5 below 7ero but n great country oIL the sumo antltho natives crying for 110101 Comfort raogea- Tilt Morning Echo of Hakorslleld Cal says of Mloa Bcdlngor who used to teach nrt at the Cotlcgo hero At a meeting of tho Ucalo Memorial LI I jrary Monday It was decided to raise the salary of tho librarian Mlsa S K Hcdlngor to 8 00 n year to tako effect Jan lit At present oho receives 35 uor month This Increase la salary Is duo toMUs Bedlngors excellent ser r Ices and tho great Interest manifested In her work LOCALS t JAILER DFnoun Has Iii boarders TWO fat boal1 for sale O A Pay e ton PAT hog for ealo W B McRo- ens NEW I mbroldcrles r nextweek SO t erance fc Sons hAVe your prescription filled at Craig AsUockeru Tilt threo Lincoln ouaty banks will elect directors Tuesday next f 1 A FEW thousand dollars to loan on good security Apply at this ortlco f IOUJt remnant counter Is full of bar galas Severance fi Sons GOING at cost felt hats Mrs Klrby and Miss VanDeveor Tit Ort skating oeseason Is enjoyed by tho boys this morn Ing SPIXHAL prices on hay for the next 10 days to reduce stock J II Baugh man L Co- TMrr oil your stogies and buy n Hanan shoo Prices this month less thrfn for common shoes See our a- dJP Jones THOSE Indebted to mo please call and settle as have taken A M Pence In as a partner and tho old firms aCt counts must bo paid W1 Carson S SS THE supervisors Messrs George W Carter E D Kennedy J T Brown T D Newland and A J Thompson will meet Monday to go over tbo asses ears books It G JONI S lemaking a splendid marshal His work during the Loll daytns wolf as before and since has been thoroughly satisfactory to the people generally HELD OVKII Itobert Wilson and William Clymer were held In 100 eacl 5r0 lie Crabtrco None of them have giv en bond TUB C train loft hero a 230 Wednesday afternoon did not go to Richmond until 1110 that evening Tho flange on ono of tbo wheels of a coal car broke scar Dlx River and caused the delay WK print In another column reports of the condition of Lincoln county three bank and the Commercial Bank of Liberty Read thorn and bo your own judge as to whether their show ings aro good or bad DBATIIS An Infant eon of J Delaney and a nine months old dough tarot Hiram Young died near land Tuesday of whooping cough number of the children of that section are down with that epidemic ON and after today our terms will boI club or today No accounts will be ru longer than the lessor time and we slut expect those who ask us for credit to bo ready to settle on tho lilt of each month Your account Is ready for you and you are earnestly requotiod to call and set tie Benxtty lime FotNl DBAD Mrs W C Myers of Casey mother of Judge W M Myers of Huslonvlllowns found dead In her bed last week It Is believed that heart diMmea carried her oil She was 70 years old and for years WM a consist ORt member of tbo Mclbodjet church exemplarr n true wile end loving mother VON GKUKNIOKN 1John VonGruon Icon a edo died at Isle homo In tho country Monday night alter a tang III nets of n complication of troubles ii was a good citizen and his neighbors all Voda land but came to Lincoln In 1SS1 where he has since lived A wife and 12 children most of the latter grown Fathcyr irrnoon tho remains were Interred In tbo cemetery there INSANB Mrs Mary A Rusell wife of GeorgoW Itursoll of tho Ottcn MIlD section bas been declared Insane and a few days ago she was taken to the asylum at Lexington Mrs Rueeoll Is SO years old and her husband Is four years her senior anti they were as hap py a couple as over lived together until her mental troubles come She was a teacher In the public school of tb iBIn county for 30 years and Is an oxcelle woman Mrs Russell Imagines she writing a family history nod one on the Bible and Ma onory Tufiv ELOEUireton L ilea and MUs Bat6le Fowler daughter Dr and Mrs Clifton Fowler accom panted by Guy Bollou and Miss Nett1 Rock took Tuesday mornings train fo Louisville nod crowing over to tb Grutna Green of Jefferson vlllo the were made husband and wife We ha Information as to their Intentions nod would bare glvonjnumcs our teat sue but for fear thcroj would beta fall uro to entry out their plane rcallzln that theres many a slip twixt tho cup and the Up There was no such war as fall with them though and the are now as happy as mortals get to b The bride Is u lovely and lovab blonde hlghlyculturcd and Is u mo charming young lady In every respect She U the Idol of her parents bale the only child and that they will soon 31bDeck Is an excellent young man of good morals andjbualncea qualifications and that ho will provo worthy of the jewel ho has wood and won wo see reason to doubt TholNTKinou JoU NAL with their many other friends extends lie good wishes and blessings and hopes that the 20th century will eeo Its last days before these young people will over ruo tho day they were made one A NEW lot of Douglass shoes at Cum mint MuOary To CLOSK Laminated Cotton Com forts 81 08 Sevcrancefc Sons Foil SALmA second hand buckjboard Cheap Apply at tbla onico Two residences on West Main Street for sale on easy terms Apply at this olco IP youll go to Jones for your era broideries you will make no mistake you bet Till choicest lino of embroideries over shown In Stanford Is now on die play at Jones tttora Pat SAItMy new and modern rca idence in Danville at a bargain and easy terms Glovannoll It Felt KENT Tho sago I live In opposite Mrs Lou Shanks Nothing but good renters need apply Morris Fred TIIK delinquent list for tho year 1000 will bo published after Feb 11001 and told to tho highest bidder L R Hughes collector RKAD Withers ad and you will bo glad you dd so Ho has decided to remain In Stanford and will continue to slosh prices with a vengeance Get your share of tbo bargains COMIL mode by Rowland clt liens of a couple of men who have been eatd bornetd they Ira mi dlatcly fill their fence with booze DOT around theeagles house Tne council has passed an ordinance making It a tine of not less than 12 not moro than 810 for other than the mar bal or members of the lire department to go Into the room where tho lire n paratus is kept Til P Maccabeo lodge hero elected the following officers at its meeting Wed 1ncaday night G L Penny Sir Night Commander IS P Moritz Lieut Com SuargcetAGuard A C Sine Chaplain John B Morshon Record Keeper THAT sterling democrat Mr A B fireIlt William Jennings Bryans proposed pupae through us We can send that publication with tho iNTBltlOlt Joust NAL for fl7ij or our paper and tho Courier Journal for 91 Kltbor Tho WilliCOdway Tim W Hutchlnian and Hltttt of tho Highland section tbo appearance of men who and took part in an Irish wake Tho former received an ugly cut on tbo head caused by a Xegrobead rook com lag In contact with It and tbo latter has a knife wound In the arm Neither Is seriously hurt They will bo tried to morrow 0ItATIIIlt than offend hid neighbors some of whom objected to a mill being built where Mr Dougherty shop now Irsotto build but has ought of Carter ibSlraub their mill in the west end u town for 1000 and after putting in now machinery now power etc he will start it up He has changed tho natno from tho Enterprise Roller Mills to time Fartnorae Roller Mill asks the people for a liberal share their patronage Xotlco as to whet his mill will start up will bo found In these columns It will tako about SO days to mako changes and Improve moats IN NEIGHBORING Plttsburg has a brewery Mlnnla Bowling was burned to death Clinton county MidlaF B Crooke of Richmond took n fatal dose of morphine at the Stag Hotel Cincinnati IArthur C VanWinklo of Danville Wednesdaye beero years near Droneton busacompany la being formed at NIcholaevIllo In opposition to tho Cu berland Telephone Co which recently thereg aged 0 died of a complication of diseases at IIuaavillcto Uatsent up r Ninegof on false testimony Deputy Collector Mlllard West of Lancaster und II U Taylor raided moonshine still in Kstlll county and de strayed It togcthorwrlth 200 gallons of beer and whisky Alumlta half mile of that point live four men over 78 years of age urn hisser Tom Collou Barnes Caldwell Jac CaldwcU and J U Lawrence William Yates aged 84 not very f outside of tho territory mentioned Advocate D S Carpenter HUSTON VI LLE KV tins aerated the agency for Dccrlng Ma ChattanoogaIll plowwhich J3ank Stock Ba19 I IUIUIOdooroclock on Monday Jan County 1lrsto1allonnlLincoln County National Hank AUo I first elMs SvcnroIU raaro mule 111 JOS IIALLOU The First National Bank At the rlMe of budnee Pee lion RVIIITIII IAUnr and unulIj3711IGIl- ockt and bonds 10132 75 Usher trail ntde7501 20 SI9IIH II UTfrilnnmM fWH 57 U B Ilondi 31000 00 rrtniluin on U8 bond SICO 00 Hanklny home and flxturea Ol Due from tllkL ISr7 4J Jtnnue etarnlt too oo lue from S TrtMui f 1550 00 Cwli 33K7 6J Total JWIMI is IUIIIIITIKI Capital stock 00 Surjiliu fund 11JHO 00 WIIndllldualCertifltaUoldfpotlU 1iW 00 Fund to pry laN UndUlded front M7 U TolallJI111iToUl earning thirds nuntln tC3IS 77 Jo rosanorAsraLUnvA IIhldeniJ 3 per NIIIJJI 00 enJlef 1777 M Ialdon itaiup account IV 00 1ald tae 38 Canted toiurplun 409 SI Curled to InlIlllull proHti 4J M31S 77 1JohnJ Sir tolrt Cashier THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE KY At the close of IjUHlnrss Dcv 31 unarms Dlsuounl nnd time loans lllUVi 07 Overdrufts i17i W U S lioiuls to secure clr culntlon 1AfXX 00 tiClUflue from U S Treusuror fist cnh IMW so Duo from banks 3327 12 Total Jlffit417 UAIIIIJTIRS 00Surplushank notos outstanding IItAx00 8IndivUluul litaiA5Sd 81 72S ir DisiosKi ui AS rauvs S7DlvliliinilHulnncoto undivided profits XIS 38 1 iS2iJ W lockup CnshliT The Commercial Bank LIBERTY KY At close of business Dec 31 ll 0i S HKSOUKCKs Loans tad dis otiuts3 IilW ItOverdrufts 214 U2 Due from hanks 10IHU lilt Haiikinn house and lot 200 00 Furnlluro and fixtures 00 Chink und other cash items lill 27 Cash IIVI1 71 oftr S rcvonuo stamps 217 03 Total JS7iHI UAHIUTIKS Capital stock 20XH 00 Surplus fund to to to i10i 31 Indivldunl deposits subject to check 625u131 Total toSiIIIEurnings lust months 2574 msiOSrU oi AS ittTjows funentexi paid 81044 42 Dividend No per dent 800 11 surplusfl1nd 730 03 t2571 47- i A rmsivrrr OAHIUHII BanterSClose of business Hoc Dec 31 announce Notes aud nllle510a01 00 Overdrafts 12413 3 U8 llonds 100000 00 00m230020 line from Hanks IIi iJ1 J2 rive parent Redemptlou Iuud 5000 00 flanking House 1000 00 Kovcnuo Stamjn 20000 Cash Mnso S45J5ii5 ZJ UADIMTIES Onpltitl look 8100000 00 Surplus lit0 og ClrouUtlon 100000 00 Individual daHMlls 231461 til fund to Pay Taxes 633 50 Duo to Hanks 19190 aS13SSSSKiirnlnxs six months cuJInp Dee 311000 Stl1311 73 usrumurzu Dlvldunil No 5 3 per Ceut53D00 00 Kxpcnscs and hues 311204 Surplus 500 00 F1k90arTotal 0i3673 John U Ovrsley Cushier 411 New StoreAc have opened u full line o- fGrocerieslit the Miller Store Itooui next door to Clinunins tC McCInryt- nutl ask you to coino in nnd soc our stock und get our price Good Goods at Low Prices will lx our motto stud wo will adhere strictly to it Everything new and lirstdass WI W SAUNDERS Cp I STANFORD KY 11 WI Jt 7 x t a 0s Z M 7eI VJ 00 t f7 it N ljfd1 i Another mile stone passed Another page turned in lifes history I A New Year with its new rcsoltitipos is with us Our new resolve is to sell snore goods this year than hisl w Iodo this we roust take moro interest in our friends w and our friends more interest in UiI This we propose i a to do Wo propose to iiilcrest you by buying our goods with more judgment ns to your wants and needsitsad to sell them to you as close as any one csiu 2 hly do I am very grateful to my friends and cashmereyF fr their support during tho year past I wish JiViLaU u prosperous aiid happy year Come and see me if you want goods If you dont want goods come stud loaf h with Ha use our stationery leave your bundles mil l make our store XO lrKtoppilgilla Gratofiiily TOUr v r HJ IVIcROBERTS 20c A Scorching Shoe Sale 1 Beginning Tuesday Jan IJ I9GL Jr2iMc will place on rale for oco month our cnIre line oi Genii Fine Footwear Pick your clofce of any make in the Louse and wo will soltthow to you forlus money than they cost us This Isnt any catch mlvertisemenl vre doo do busincsd that way We need llie ropin for alit Spring Lino acd we need the money and we propose i To Close Out Entire Line at Loss I These a o facts and we are hero to substantiate them- Wo i hando such makes at HANAN SONS STACY ADAMS FLORSHEIMS AND HELMUS BETTMANNS I Look at our window for cut prices JOHN P JONES Stanfqrd t lim flim B ifi Severance Sons II tIIJ DRY GOODS AND SHOES J 4 IClosing out We are pret 3f if- lJ many lines of parIng for our 8 m winter goods usual J a n u r Look out for ary White I our remnant Goods Saleti sale Ik f1fI SEVERANCE SONSs Opposite Court house t mi m ffi m i Jas lryeHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglas erything found in a firstclassDry Goods Store tt JAMES FRYE Hustonvilie Ky j 1r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL nbltolaoa neodwya anals dcSV- WIT 1 PER YEAR CAS tit When sot lopildasaOO will bechrg Entered n tile pottojflce at Stanford tcendda matter KNOXVILLE DIVISION U Train going North 3t M a m M II 2 II 21II i South m 23 w1J321 For tlllPolnU r KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No21 Arrrlrejftt Stan ore d st 108 II No21 Leans Stlnford at 210 AM No21 ArrhHat Uowltoilst 1200 DAT No22 IavOl Stanford at 230 r QUEEN A CRESCENT Truni South test Junction Clm No1 oa notitopNo3 U50ru No3 1122 v No t eo7 r x Oninz South No I doesnt Hop No 3 No 6126 r x ro 10 eAp FRANKFIRT ANN fiUMMMATI Trstnl letre Frsnkfart t650 A L 310 P and r v connecting at Georgetown with the Q A C Ileturnln leaveut v30 A and 1140 r x reaching Frankfort alter connecting with Q A trains t 120 A M710 p and 913 r N a The Utter train learca PJJltLAND STOCK CROPETlr- A corner In white beam aVQnlca has caused tho price to jump to 215 a bushel In Clark Jeff Bros sold three acre of tobacco tbat averaged almost 2000 pounds E P Martin bought of Isaac McCot an 27 acres ol land near Turnersvlll vdfor9959A U Matbcoy sold to J P Ballar 230 acres of land near Prcacbcrsvllli for 1700 and 01 sheep at 3 CO John Koblneon of Mercer 9oldC yearling and twoyearold mules to Jni i Harlan of Columbia TennTat ISO J A Bates hauled a Idad of loos millet to town the other day which weighed 3560 pounds A pretty big load E Vf Leo sold 30 mules to P R Es ps of Columbia Tenn and CO to Ft laski Term parties at J5DanvI1l0 Newel Jo Finley bought of C L GrlBlno Verona a pair of mules 101 bands high for 323 They weighed 290- pouuda Georgetown Times Mark Hardtn bought of W O Watts a bunch of calves ut tf5 and soiri shoats at 4c of Walter Martin a yearling at 110 and of J G Ware some calves at m10 The department of agriculture cstl mates the United States wheat crop of 1000 at 522220605 bushels the area actually harvested being 4249538 acres and the average yield per acre 12 20 bushels Miss Ada a trotting maro owned by President Milton H Smith of the L- SNIs dead at 2i years Twenty three years ago the employes of the L do N bought her for 81000 and pre seated her to Mr Smith During the past month Fox L Logan of Danville have purchased over 300 mules for the Southern market at prices ranging from 8200 to 1300 per pair They will be shipped to Georgia the latter part of this month- E C Green a wealthy horseman of Chicago has purchased the farm of George IL Yenowlne near Middletown r The farm contains 120 acres and the price paid was 0000 Tbo purchaser car proposes to use the farm as a breeding place for cab horses for use In Chicago and other large cities MIDDLEBURG A happy and prosperous Now Year to tho INTERIOR JOURNAL Married on the 27th Mr Goo Holt to Miss Lorotta Davenport at tho brides parents No attendants Go to G S Durhams dry goods storo and trade out 110 and get In return frco a life size crayon picture Sample on exhibitionDuke Steuben Godby are at home for a short time from Centre Col lego Miss Allen Williams ot Junc tlon City is visiting her relatives In this vicinity Charlie Goodln and wlro who left hero some time ago for Mr Taylors works In Wayne are back on a visitIt seldom Old Santa remembers folks on Christmas Eve but Mr Dob Cowen was sure Lord remembered and It wasnt In either wax or Chin but a euro enough baby and a girl too We are told that on Christmas mor tog Mr Cowen seemed to bo as proud of bis gift as ft llve ycar old boy Is of- his first pair of red top boots We are glad to see Mr Mc Whet back again from Texas looking so fat and jolly Mr Wheat tells u after JtQo fog to Texas ho got like tho little boy he out grew bis breeches and I dont lisputo it for ho tips tho beam at 231 Rus Jones is at homo from Gcorgetowi where ho has been attending schoo Bud McCormack and wife spent a few lays In Christmas with his father Mr Emmett McCormack at his new hoint near IIuatonviHc Our little town was aroused to Its ut nose Monday evcnibg when both ladles and goats began to swarm In from all parts of the globe for the purpose or ntering our Normal College whicl opened on the 1st with the largest en jllmont ever known before and In lt3id of other schools at a distanci prospering on our talents our teachcti can enter their own county college sellnc assured they will get as good Instruction here as abroad There art two ladles ono from Oklahoma ihc other from Barren county at the college and a number of others I have not a8 t learned from whence they camo Charley Douglas and wifeOf Dan vllle and Miss Lula Russell of Mil led cvlle were visiting their aunt Mrs Robert McAninch during the illdays Miss Jesslo Bryant was al bomo from her school last week She seemed to make sunshine wherever she went and all were glad to see her but irrv to say she could not tarry long vlthus as her school will not bo out until February Mrs John Coulter and lIttlo son Byron are In Somerset this week visiting her sister Mrs Lum AI- len Bob Gfiter of Columbia bas moved tothls place to take a position as clerk In his brothers drug store Vo welcome Mr Geter as a citizen fcellnl that our gain Is Adair loss- For the present he will take rooms at- bls sister Mrs J M Durhams but- wlll600n begin crcctlngacottage Miss orenco McAninch bas been visiting ber sisters In Lincoln and adjoining counties during the holidays flows TillS We oflfr On Hundred Pollen Itward for any- eca of Catarrb that cannot be cured bjr Hair ta- tnb CureJ CHEKSEV A CO Props Toledo O We the nndenlgned anti belie ee61m Chcuer for the lut 13 vran iwrfcclly hlnouble In all Imslnrm tnnuctloni and dnall- dallT able to carry out any obligation made tIJpJr IInu- WEJTt TniAX Wholesale Drugglit Toledo U LIIIXII KisxiX MARVIN wholesale Drug- gbll Toledo Ohio Catarrh Cure Ii taker Internally actlog- directly upon the Mood and mucoui iiirfacn of the IIm 1rice Me per bottle Sold by all drug gIt a TnlluonlaUfree alla uiiity ruts are the bes- tfexaals enjoying her first snow of season After reducing my stook in order to soil the stock iii a whole I find that I cannot sell so I Will Remain in Stanford x And I will expect to Ret cash for goods In every In lance Possibly some of mi friends will unlhouphtedly ask for credit ford small amount until tomorrow Saturday II they are my friends they will not I know what it means to sell goods for cRsh1t means that I must Sell For Less Money Than any of our adjoining towns and I expect my prices to draw trade from Gar rard Boyle and Casey counties and hundreds mite around The Volume of Business la what we must leave to make the prices which will be quoted in next Isaue I wish andllrosperou8New W W WITHERS Stanford Ky rs 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 26th Sale onrJanuary 20 30 and 31 and February 1 1001 At The Old lteliabio r Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Kentucky Ackuowledgod patrons oirovqr the State to be one of tho best established solos In the 00 horse I feel competent to manage your stookooetlightJ- 3nyoraanmcrousSatlsfactoryprlce Covered trade 200 bo etnlU Enter voQr stock Mre you no trouble to writ Sutid for uutrv blanks hone 2 oI1PJack sale Murch 5 1001 E P IAULCOXEU Dauvlllo Ky La Fifth Sunday Meeting The program of tho 5th Sunday Missionary Meeting held at Middlcb Deo 29 and 30 was not fully carried out some two or three subjects belnl passed for want of tlmo and bocaus of tho absence of speakers I am lorry to say that not more than onethird of tbo churches wore represented but WQ were taught tho same old lesson that numbers aro not necessary to succcu in thcso meetings The speeches all good and carried with them Jood effects to the hearers G S McKln and Alva Luney was made chairman cas secretary J Beaton Forrcl preached the Introductory sermon and also the last or missionary sermon becallso of the absence of the assignee We had a bright day on Saturday but It rained continuously all day Sunday which kept many away Our contrl buttons for missions amounted to be iwecn 812 and 315 which would have been much larger no doubt If more churches had been represented and be auso of the rain which kopt eo lDBOY sway We express thanks to all wbo- tided us in tho work in any way and specially to J B Fcrrol A Mober G S McKinney Wm Holt and othcrB Bro Ferrol took up a collection at tho lose of the meeting for the benefit of tho brethren at Liberty who aro hulld DC a now church house Ho got about 20 M W JONES KINGSVILLE Our town Is suffering from the want of a piano tuner Our town Is to bo Incorporated A icetlng was held to hat effect by tbe tlzeus u few days since Rev J L Allen of Danville will bo gladly welcomed by his former bcare morrow where ho will hold survlc for a low days at the Christian enure Thomas Leo sold his house and ooe- acro of land to George lad ett for 00 The latter sold to a Mr Taylo of Franklin county his bouso and lot o five acres for 500 Miss Ulla Chcvoletto has returned home from a pleasant visit to Mr and- Mrs Everett Chovoietto at Lexlngtoi Mrs J L Johnson and daughter Mrs E W Crclgbton are visiting Mrs P Hunn near McKlnnoy Rufus Lipps- of Uustonvllle was a guest of Mlsd atberlno Wells at Mrs J L John 80nalait week The second ccnaua taken In 1800 showed 6308183 population includln SP684D slaves The population of New Y ork was 00439 Philadelphia 4000 Doston 21037 Washington City had about 1000 population with ono tavern- and a few good houses A portion of government buildings were completed President Adams occupied the White louse In 1800 tho rates of letter poatag wero as follows Under 40 miles 8 cta- ovel 40 miles and under 00 10 cents over 00 miles and under 150 121 cents ovcr 150 miles and under 300 17 cents- lover 150 miles and under 400 181 eenu- and over 400 miles 25 cents There was no general reduction from these rate unLlllSl5 W II Smith College Ky whero hundreds of clerks farmer ooJanll olhen have Invested for tuition ant board for an education and art now reedy Ing 1000 and over par year tend and- keep this nodes for reference Humemoo- rIllat la order for your luttors to road thlll- college you should addnwi only W Smith Lexington ICy ADAMS FISTULA CURE aoufactured byJ Adams S lalDt Lick Is a sure cure tor hOrf C1l1nd mules aOllcted with Plstul- AlalleII Swlnnoy Scratches Saddle 11011- 11nnrd and Soft Enlargements IIaIeitobUlltemper tc For aslo by W erts druggfat Stanford SL K llumphrey IIlJerty U M Thompson Klngsvlll A Caldwell Dunn Jlrns IIry- nntsvlllo Ky P U Oompton Mllledgevllle Oeo H Jeter Mlddlcbnrp Cash k lIe- Olure Turucrsvllle J Van hook Mcttln TWO FARMS FOR SALE I1niog decMfrJ toch ngemT trocatlon will tell irifatelT lilT finu on which live Sl of a wile Orcbud Ky This fare Is tine aoaltateotculllratlunVlaerea ot rhrrb- ottOIU lanll In snit that nn corn laoI- balaoce 80 acts Ii upland and well adapted to corn- wheat blue grass sad all other trots A Irlck- dwell10g of 8 rooUl aoll cellar a well phndl- dIrlOne water at the door two tenelllent- bolltes new barn and all necessary oIlIIlUIlilllI fruit aoll an abundanca atock with p eDIT of good at desirable Urui In wt er make the w tbls end of the county AlSo a firm of about acres lolle lenru Crab rdKron JAlicaller Itreet olposlte the fa Crab Orchard All In grant with a large tack turn and an abundance of water with ooe of tb finest building alto In the neighbor hood AJo a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on Lana pr greet with good attached For urine eutar cllonorauidreu1- C 11111tONAUGl1 Crab Orchard Kj JG+ McGbArY t7Npmmr j jja anufactnrornnil Dealoar In HABNESS SADDLSSY SsO Stanford Ky r GEO T FARRIS- Ot Oarrard la a candidate for renomination for State eenator lu this district composed ot Lincoln Casey Uoylo and Oarrard counties subject to theaction ot the democratlo party OHAS L DAWES Is a candidate for Auouor of Lincoln eoun tyt subject to the action of tho democrallo party JM CAHTBS Sr In a candidate for SherIff of Lincoln countfl subject to tho action of the democratic 11u- rty J 0 MoWHORTEB Of Crab Orchard la a candidate for Ae sor of Lincoln county subject to tho actloD ot the democratic party T J HILL Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party M G REYNOLDSi- s a candidate for Alltluorut Lincoln coun t1 subject to the action of the democratic party 91 S BAUGHMAN Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln countl subject to the action of the democratic rarty EW LILLARD Of Ranvllle a candidate toe SutoSeni this district of Lincoln Cds- oylonndUarrardcountleataubjoct to ho action of SAMUEL 91 OWENS 111 candidate tor Aiicssorof Lincoln coun tYI subject to tho action of tho Domocra Iarlf HI F NORTH Is candidate to rnprotent Lincoln Coulltl III tho Ieglalature tubjecl to tho action of ioUoniocratlciartT W I HEDLRIN- a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln coujtt bjcct to the action of tho democratic party J II RAINES- aIs candidate for tho nomination of Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action tho Democratic party WM LAND GRAF Is a candidate for Aueaaor ot Lincoln tour tyi subject to democratic action TilALES IX WRIGHT Is a candidate for AwcAor of Lincoln coup ty subject to the action of the democrat party JOHN C FEPPUES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count Iuloj t to tho action of the democratic par Younupport solicited PINK FARMER 1a a caudldato for Jailer subject to the ac- tlou of the democratic party lie adieu your support GITS McCORMACK I a candidate for Awcisor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrat J1I1ft GEO A EUBANKS II candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count ubJect to the action of the democrat party JAMES T JONES- ia candidate for Jailer of Lincoln roUll- tsubject to tho action of the democratic pa- rPepairinge ty ainting lam prepared to paint and ropitlr our carriage orwagon In flrat class style Ecperlcnced mutt to do It nod work ftuarall- tred can have your old vehicle made uow for vory little money J II OUEEIt Stanford Ky POSTEDbereT warn allperaonaruin trcMpawlDg II1- fur IDT nurpoM whatever VM LASUUUAF KrIgcrKr ilio warn lersona from trcsopMsIng on rarm on lluck Creek wbatcter Fu sxuuAUltenhe- imKyNOTICE To tho dcpodltors who left wheat with mo I lIotify you I have decided to build 1I0ur In the sumo place where am run nlng the exchange If you will Como to my- plncl I will let you have your wheat back or tho money for tho wheat or will furnish you the flour you will hove to use until IItart up my mill I will do any way to stilt The exchange from Dndderara will rOil be akon alt tho first of Jan I would like 0 a k my customer to bo so kind as to pay when I call on you because J have tn- 1O111f0 up with W II Traylor FILED BEAZLEY NAYSV- NDERTASERS nFALaira iN urnltureMatUugt3Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY 0o FRYE o 0Qg o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky 0 0 o Stocks Bonds Cotton Graino Provisions and Investment g 0Securities Bought andSold 0- o 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o o executed g o Dank and Commercial Inferences Long Dlitnate Tulcphono 510 0 0o 000000000000000000000000000000000000 A C SINE u CONTRACTOR a BUILDER STAJCTOBD rENTUOKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship 4 material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Roofing Rough inucl Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered seaa d TUB soutnern mutual investment Co OF LEXINGTON K- YSNSURANCE REVERSED I We pay while you live Old Line Companies pay when you the Vhich do you prefer Over 800000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Kesurvc and Surplus 00000 Paid in MnturUios in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or E D Icu nington Local Agts Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Bradfordsvillo Ky Stanford Female CollegeI STANFORD KY Thorough courses In Literature Science Music Art Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres Stockholders Meeting A mewling of the stockholders of tlloi tlonal Hank of llustourlllo wilt to held It their tanking house In Huntonvlllo the 2Dd Tuesday In January IUOI between anti 12 of erecting nine dlN fur the rectors to servo thoeneul0QveerJ Coihlet Stockholders Meeting A woctlnRof the stockholders of the Lln coin JoUQty National Ilink of Stanford will I 0 hull at their banking hcnso the actor Tuesday In January 1001 for the purpose electing 11 directors for the ensuingcar J IL Stockholdersllectiug A mevl1l1 thostocklioldersof tho llrllt Natluual Hunk of tilanford will bo held at their banking house thu second Tuesday III January 1001 for the purpose of electing director Dr tho ennulnp rear JOIN J JIcltODKnTS Cashier MISS LIZZIE C JONES Of MorfUnd bu opened a Complete Lino of Millinery at Junction aitf And invite tliepitronjjof the puUlr Count Produce taken lu fur ERDILLEHADANVILLE Y Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Wrlto For Irlco COAL SAL T I will have my coal bins completed Oct and will keep ou hand throe of the best Coili also salt and I will suit It to nitirclmuU by wugoit lojid at a small largln Will continue to the highest rlcis Hickory 8pok 1StavPaand Heading oods and Groceries at rock bottom prices Jive me u trial and I will savo you money II II KINO MonKMNn KY POSTED The persons whoso name appear below rlctly any hunting or game ot IIIY ut any tliao of tho year on their land alill will proiocutoto the extent of thu iw any who II llnuglimiiD J K Ilaughuan Ur Swolo nanny J P Ilrucc S T Harris E Woodi J M Iettus W T Tucker n 0 lI J VI Ilntighmnu I L DolyO U W U Hooao w IOSTED I hereby notify the public that n Und I nlslegoto tbdull utentotlbI UAllll NEW LIVERY STABLES w BUntt ft 311 Fran JUNCTION CITY 1ItV IUtMSpOraln and Hay 1or Sale FRITH HOTEL7 FBAKC1SCO Preprleter AT DEPOT DRODHEAD KY redlortsling sore GUN REPAIRING No matter what goes wrong with your guts send It to us audit be Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At a moderato cost DAXVIIIR OrcrB Co 115 Third St Danville Ky Paper Hanging And Painting Sea me beturo you lot yaa palnting I will eaao you money I will furnish end tat It on tie wall from Inc up In otter youclbolt I will do painting In proportion AM work guaranteed Stanford Ky t OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorga U Woatherford has n contract for DLiOoNriiatAK08Aiit of Old Mock Whls ky In Iluatoiivlllc Ky sz II O SIOOIC Danvlllo Ky Mason HotelMKS U D SIMPSON Pratrimcaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds snlcndsd able Everything flrelclasa Portero rmeot all trains 89 a y l