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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL to I VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARYS 1901 9 A MNO8s1Whon Wars Will Cease hit strength and skill and cunning When the world at beet was savage War Wild every mans profession S rUe and bloodshed his chief piibtlmc Might made right In every instance- And with the bruto creation i That Imperious law of nature Tbo survival of the fittest Wait mans constant rulo of action Until men became enlightened By thu magic of the Gospel Forced was every man and often Uy his strength skill and cunning To defend himself in combat And protect Me homo and family When by tome dcspollcr threatened Forced was also every nation To defend Itself and people From some greedy envious neighbor Dent on pillage spoil and murder And tho enslavement of the captives To Increase the wealth and power Of the base and covetous leaders Hut man baa a higher mission Now than fighting savage battles Shedding blood for short lived power On earth pcaco good will toward men was Not in vain proclaimed from Heaven Changed Indeed mans condlUooJ lingo the meek and lowly Came Into tho world to suffer And the change havo gone forward Although slow has been mans prog rest Slow to us with mortal vision Hounded by our small horizon Man U clearly growing better Though ho still retort to warfare Ho no longer love In bloodshed As once did bis fierce ancestors In tbo thick Of ovary battle Sympathetic kind and gentle Hravely fanlng ovory danger h lied Cross nurses Mercys angels Strive to alleviate the suffering Caused by weapons of destruction r degrees the leaven U working lAnd the whole will soon bo leavened men of every country Men of learning and distinction Are now urging all the nations To agree upon come method By which wars may be prevented patrioticl longer From the desk the Hold tho workshop At Ihe besting of the tomtom Sounded by oomu scltlth leader Who has ncltbor love nor pity For the lolling struggling mastcs Christian nation shouldno longer Illght their wrongs by warfare When thoy can far bettor settle t All their claims by peaceful toothed t In some court of arbitration r Just as Individual now dot Courts tis true may tall in error Who can hops for perfect Justice In a world erring creatures hut a court for till tho nations Chosen by concerted action Would establish law nod order Throughout all the world and alo Guarantee to all the peoples Equal rights and privileges In the century now cloning Man has made gigantic strides In Goodwill science art and commerce And a boiler understanding Has arisen mongst nil people Which Is bound In time to ripen Jnto stronger times of friendship And may causo mankind to enter 1Intounlvoreal compact of tbo nations By some mighty central council Acting ae a court of justlco Making war n grave offense as Individual quarrels now are Tho authority of such council Would bo everywhere respited Then the overburdened nollon8IWould disband tholr ipummolb armies Am convert their mighty warships Into useful merchant vessels Plying to and fro between the Peaceful prosperous happy countries the millions trained for warfare 1While naught but standing ready For tho everthreatened conlllat And supported by the taxes Harshly wrung from all who labor Would themselves become producers Would be used in enterprises t Not now contemplated such as highwayslBuilding locks and dome on rivers Building reservoirs for storage Of tho rivers curplus waters When the freshets threaten danger Deepening sounds and widening chan nels- Making harbors more commodioust Joining lakes and tens to tho ocean fI1y canals wherever needed f j fertile trackless deserts Beautifying town and country t Fllllngpll the land with plenty Nuking another Men Thlsraay seem an Idle vision To the busy man of finance All absorbed In making money To the cold and selfish statesman Seeking fame and greater power By the ruin wrought by warfare To the shallow politician Seeing not tho trond of events To tho wicked and the hardened Not refined by lovo and pity Caring naught for human misery But the time Is fast approaching When mankind will como together And by universal concord Moved In part by business reasons t Will abolish war forever 1 And as men are forced to settle Tbolr disputes by peaceful methods Thus preventing strlfa and bloodshed nationstIn some court of arbitration i r ALKKED A LKWIS I What most people want is something mild and fccutlo when in need of n phys Sic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets jUt limo bill to a dot They are eMY to take and pleasant in elect For l salt by Craig h Hooker Druggists t+ A single oyster will produce 1000 r 000 young ones In a season IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The statements of the three banks at Danvlllo show deposits amounting to U822lJ7J Somerset has a ease of smallpox A son of Millard Barnett who recently returned from Lexington Is the vic tim James Garnett an employe at T J Ashcrs taw mill at Plnuvllle was caught In the machinery and both arms were torn off Tom Urinncgar and Will Woods in 1111111 Mlddlcsboro for breaking Into laundry escaped from jail by burning down tho door Jndgo W II Prowitt of Boyle Is a candidate for reoomlnatlon to the oltica of county judge Ho has made a most exccllcntcllclal J H Walker a woll todo farmer of McCrcary Garrard county died at his homo of paralysis Ho leaves a wife and family of grown children Bruce ft Bright are remodeling the large building until recently used as a livery stable and will convert it into a carriage and implement repository NewsCharles Baldwin who has been em played In the erection of a wholesale grocery at Junction City discovered a pearl In ovstcr soup at Harrodsburg valued at 8100 G W Dock Baetln aged about 00 years a veteran of the civil war In the 10th Kentucky Infantry died at Science Hill and was burled at Highland Somerset Journal Harvey Pope n wellknown horse man and farmer living five miles from Danvlllo ton into a well and was rescued from a most perilous position af ter three hours of terrible suspense William Luxon aged OS Is dead at Richmond He was born at Guernsey British Isles and remembered distinct ly witnessing the celebration of Well ingtons defeat of Napoleon at Water loo Whon Chief of Police Turner of Mlddlcsboro sought to arrest sU small boys for pilfering they barricaded themselves In a house and for a tlmo restated arrest and threatened to use u title and shotgun Hampton forgo of Clay county fired his Winchester rlllo into tho ground near Miss Amanda Rawllngs feet at Bergetowa to frighten her A place of rock raised by tho bullet struck the girl In the eye and put tout Miss Rebecca Ienner daughter of KlUbua Ilenncr died Saturday of ty phoid favor This makes nine cases of fever and two deaths which Mr Ken nor has had In his family In tho pleat two monthsMt Vernon Signal There is a rumor that tbo Curry Grocery Company of norrodllbur and the J P Frank Grocery and Hardware Company of Danvlllo will consolidate The manager of the latter says tbo rumor ls news to him Such n combina tion however would be a strong ono Ad 00010IMr J T Stephens aged 70 years died of blood poisoning at his homo near Scaffold Cane Uoakoaslle county A month or six weoks ego Mr Stoph ens received a slight injury to his hand otud by a ragweed but only a short time passed until his handund arm bo gait to swell and pain him severely A few days before his death his arm was amputated but too lato to bring any relief Mr Stephens was once vhnriff of Ilnokaastlo county and for sovoral years held the office of magistrate IN MEMORIAM Logan Beechcr Adams utter an ill ness or 11 mouths was taken flora our midst Dec llllh to dwell In Paradise thus leaving u stricken and sorrowing family lie was born April 13 1830 and during u pilgrimage of 70 years but fuw men over lived a moro upright life To him religion was a reality a power revealed la the heart that led controlled and advanced his whole life and being His early lIfo was spent in Bolivar Tcnn where he married Martha Bright Ho was a member of the grand lodge from the ago of 21 in which ho rose to tho distinction of grand senior warden and would have been grand master had ho re rcuincd In the State As a bravo and fearless soldier bo served under tho Commander General Polk For a number of years Mr Adams was a dry gouda merchant in Bolivar but moving to Kentucky In 1870 ho gave up the business and settled on a farm Ho was an elder in the Presbyterian church and for years was superintend ent of the Sunday school Ho leaves n wife to grieve his loss and 10 chill dren viz Mrs DJ Nowburn Rufus Grconbcrry J Bcocbur Jerry Char ley Mary Frances Sid and Nell who will ever remember the kind and in dulgent father Ills romaine wore in terred in the Hustouvillo cemetery by the Mueone und many witnessed and sympathized with the family in the hour of Yut why weep thou for him for ho is at rest In the bosom of Jesus supreme In the mansions of glory prepared for the blest For death Is no more than a dream LANCASTER Tho Catholics tid services at the courthouse Sunday morning An Infant sun of Mrs Margaret Hobba died Saturday night of measles There were 45 Interments In the Lancaster cemetery during the past year B Po Dcatheragos house In Madi son was destroyed by fire Loss 84000 InsuranceLewis has been appointed county attorney at the resignation of Lotcber Owsley The young men will give a hop tonight Tuesday and Saxtona orchestra will furnish tbo music There have been 105 marriage licenses Issued by tbo county clerk and his dep uty during the past year S P Davis the tonsorial artist has bled himself to Rockcastle to obtain a fair brldb the name of his intended was not ascertained Ell Perkins tbo noted lecturer and humorist will ill an engagement In ibis city Wednesday night for the ben ctltof tho Metbodlstcburch J L Wooer bought of W J Ro many his suburban cottags on Stanford street for 81200 J C Uemphlll bought the Worlham property for 8050 Tho Garrard Hotel opened Monday with everything In first cla s condition T B Long tho accomtnolatlng pro prietor solicits a liberal patronage The city council tact last night and there was one new councilman to be elected K W Morris J C Hemphill and It G Ward were candidates for tho olllce Some of the Rays of the Buckeye locality retort a loss of bogs from cholora various remedies aro being used to prevent general devastation of the swine Much regret was foil hero at the death of Miss Marie Warren of Stan lord as her sweet saintly face was In dicative of the highest typo of Christi anity The remains were brought hero for Interment McElroy the late workhouse proprietor has moved to Halls Gap Joe Rogers and family to the Bright placo near Stanford Harrison Thurmond to tho old tollgate house on the Richmond road near this city It Is something striking that Stan fords yopulatlon should be 1051 and Lancasters 1610 as Garrards capi tal has been laxly increased by 8 or 10 new families it Is believed Lancaster Is now in the lead In number Measles have been an epidemic in this section und two deaths occurred Saturday night from the disease an Infant eon of Mrs Margaret Hobbs and James Gastineau need years the ton of Charles Gaslincau of the Ulattsvlllo vicinity W R Cook sold to James Yantls two mules for 8235 W Mc Clolland Johnston sold to W R Cook eight cattle at 4c A B Brown sold to W R Cook five yearlings at same price B G Fox of Danvlllo bought of B T Luncaford a good mule for 8106- Ous Still one of the best minstrel conductors of tho country will bo horn with his troupe and fill an engagement at the opera house Thursday night They promise an unusually meritorious program and wilt bo ono of the most starling und novel performances over seen In this city The wheat In this county was much Injured by tbo lute cold spell and has not for years shown as bud a prospect at this tlmo of season Tho curly drouth killed out more than half the first freeze another porllonjand what has remained Is now also hopelessly damaged Tho clover Is oho an entire failure Elder A R Moore preached a help ful New Years sermon Sunday morn log on Going Forward Ex 14 1310 His analytical points worn well ar ranged Into let Determination 2d Knowledge of Gods Will 3d Conse cration 4th Active nnd Aggressive Work 6iu Development and Growth of SpirItuality Tho week of prayer Is now being ob served hero by union services Mon day night tho meeting was hold at the Presbyterian church with Dr McKee as conductor Tuesday night at the Methodist with Flder Moore presiding Wednesday night at the Christian church with Rev Woolford officiating and Thursday nlgnt at the Baptist with Rev Robinson as leader Appointments will be made for the other two nights Miss Tilllo Arnold daughter of Mr und Mrs Isaac Arnold of Cortorsvlllo and Burdotte Ramsey of Paint Lick will be married at the residence of the brldVs parents on tbo 10th with only u few Intimate friends and relatives to witness the ceremony Mr Ramsey Is tho youngest son of Dr Burdotto Ram soy and Miss Arnold is related to tbo numerous Arnold connection of tho county The young couple will keep Dousu at the Ramsey homo while Dr Ramsey and family to his Southern plantation for the remainder of the winter William O Whitney paid 150000 for one of Raphels paintings HUSTONVILLE O There is not much change in the condition of Mr J W Allen W W Lyon Co have 00 mules ready for the Southern market The Misses Adams will sell Millinery at cost for the next 30 days W S Dryo tc Co W W Lyon d Co and Dodd Skinner sold seven good stoppers last week at fancy prices The bank will not move into its new quarters before Mch 1 New fixtures will be put In and it willbo a beauty Dr Ed Alcorn tells us that the flue tonvlllo Opera House will be ready for the best shows on the road by Feb 1 Llpps Myers are placing their en gino and boiler and it wont be long until that good mill will be making flour Hustonvllle people are not overly pleased with the result of the census taking but they dont propose to bo put down as kickers The Misses Adams have moved their millinery store to tho rooms over C Wi Adams drug store Call on them there and see their pretty new goods R S Scudder and bride of Madison who aro visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F M Ware McKinney attend cd church here Sunday Rev R B Mabony tho insurance man was here SaturdayA who Is well up III the grocery and hardware business has rented of Dr Ed Alcorn the storeroan cornor Main and Danville streets and will till It with the best of groceries and tho hardcstof hardware Rev W W Bruce spent a day or so with Sheriff S M Owens Mr Bruce Is so popular with his congregation that Its members aro compelled to speak for him several weeks in advance in order to have the pleasure of entertaining him Judge W M Myers told your correspondent that ho would under no clr cumstanccs make tbo race for State Senator Ho appreciates tbo fact however that a great many of his most substantial friends have promised him their support James P Harper returned to Sauls bury N CI Saturday night and a ccr tain young lady looked mighty blue Sucday Miss Louise Bell of Law renccburg is a guest of Mrs J W Lockrldgo George D Wcathorfard has been quite sick Mrs Maggie Heading and daughters Misses Nello and Marguerite Carpen ter of Kansas City formerly of Hue tonvlllc spent several days with T L Carpenter last week Miss Mary A Carpenter loft with them Tuesday for Kansas City where she will attebd school until June It is more than likely that the present Wcathorford House will be replac ed In the spring by n handsome brick hostelry The Red Men are also con templating the building of a twostory brick the second story to bo used for their lodge room the first story will bo given to storerooms Revs B J Pinkerton and W W Bruce both preached good sermons Sunday Tbo formers was very ap propriate or the first Sunday of the year and century After tbo services Messrs1 W Hooker Emmett McCor mask and W W Lyon were installed as deacons Mr Jerry Brlscoo is the other deacon Will Bishop and his pretty bride re turned Saturday afternoon from a few days sojourn In Cincinnati and are be ing dined by their relatives and friends A number of beautiful und useful pres ents awaited them Including u hand some gold watch for the groom from his father They will go to housekeep ing in a few days on Mr Bishops farm where their friends hope they will spend u good portion of tno 20th ceo tury happily On Now Years night the little Coral Builders entertained at tbo home of Mr John Dlnwlddle Sr There Is a charm about children and their win ning ways consequently the little tots while playing and having lots of fun were quite the observed of all the ob servers and tho older young folks present enjoyed the program consisting of games anatomical puzzles delicious refreshments and tousle quite as much as the children themselves Mr C W Adams and Miss Lucilo Cooper won the prize for answering correctly the ana tomical puzzles The mite box placed in a convenient position on the centre of tho table and suggestive of free will offerings was found to contain 9i after the guests had dispersed The INTEIUOK JOURNAL has put In nomination to succeed Senator Jones us chairman of the National democratic committee Gov James B McCrcary andwo now arise to second the nomina tion To our mind no bettor selection cm be made The way in which ho conducted our late State campaign Is enough to show to tbo world that ho is a born lighter and in every way suited to the position Of course we will elect him to the United States Senate but that doesnt prevent his being selected National chairman and wo are for for first lust and all the timeMt Vcrnon Signal 1JfI SPECIAL PRICES mJINII IqI4Largest Assortment Always on Hand Ir IT PAYS TO TRADEAT I J THE GLDBEf JJMercbant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing rfi1 JYourmoney backlj youre not satisfied 4iIDanville Successors to J L Frobman Co 4 == == 20t Century Greeting I TO OUK TRADE Tile year just past our first in business has surpassed 0111 expectations We feel that the class of i 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 the wants of our trade which will enable us to have on hand just what you want of the choicest anti patterns and the best values that the nlarlelaflbr1 We give special attention to every detail in buying our goods and that amounts to a great deal If we dont give you close prices good values and fair treatment hit cant be did Thanking our customers for past favors and soliciting your future patronage we are yours for 1901 business CUMMINS McCLARY We wish to thank our cnstomeis for their very liberal patronage during the past yeartWe have made every effort to supyly you with GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES And we believe we Lava succeeded fairly well We want your trade for the coming year and beieve we can make it to your interest to trade with us If you am not already a customer of ours GET IN LINE AT ONCE And Let us lib your orders this year Yours For Uusincss HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford PHONE 10 u TAKE YOUll PRESCRIPTIONS TO- o Craig Hocker Stanford y For Accuracy and Low Prices t WBMRobertsTHE Ms Bast Goons At BDttom FriceBZ Trade With Him THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAKFOKP KY JAN 8 1001 E C WALTON i A LEADING republican told tho edi- torn ol the Lexington Democrat that tho trouble with candidates of his party Is k that they do not run for oHlco In earnest but simply to Rive them tlrestlJo for a Federal graft Only three repi- llcans ho continued over ran for rov eroor who went out to win that prIze and made a square standup tight and j they were Judge T Z Morrow Gov w O Bradley and Maj A T Wood Neither of these has sought federal ofllco and one at least of them who ba8 it done as much or more for the repub can party than any 10 other men has but little standing with the ndmlnlstrn lion court Yerkes didnt run to and he was given something better Hes bigger now than Old Man Grant while just as worthy republicans are feeding on husks that the ewino leave The proposition concerning Meesi Bradley Morrow and Wood may be true but we will never believe that 4Yerkes didnt try to win In our opt- Ion t few men have tried harder to get In the executive chair than be did and certainly no defeated candidate ever showed plainer the effects of the drub blag he got Oh no Mr Yerkes wasnt just afoolln t THE rapidity with which Galveston has recuperated Is shown In a report of theN ws9r that city which says tbat Vj in spite of the unprecedented hurrl cane of last September that business III belnl conducted on a greater scale 1than ever before The months of Oi t tobcr November and December 100 Bbnw an increase in the valuation of exports over the corresponding month of 1899 The resumption of buslnes on such n scalp would have been ire ppsalblo but for the enterprise of the people and the excellence i f the poi for trafllo Galveston is a dtihccrou place to live In but her cororaercla advantages are so great that min flll risk a little thing like their lives to embrace them TUB grand jury at Louisville has In dieted tour men for a peculiar plTensc They are charged with Insuring tit lira of a young man and then furnish ing hIm with largo quantities of liquor r eo as to break down his health and sought to make him commie suicide bi t getting him under the complete In fluence of liquor and leaving him with pistols and other wcapois which would tr invite golfdestruction placed neat him The charge la conspiring to de fraud Insurance companies but If the statement Is true they should be held for conspiracy to kill even if in tbeI cheapness In which life is held that be a less offense thanto defraud an Insurance company TIrE Carbondale 111 editor who published the following got what he sdeserveda much needed cowhiding uA grass widow who for a long time had read our paper and not paid for It returned her paper marked refused This knocked us clear out Her husband Is no longer sweet on her 214 pounds of flesh and If she isnt careful well tell something as we are not in 4 school The woman referred to visit Sell the cowardly creature In his den aldI him as long as she hadI breath NINE foot ball players died last earI R from the direct effects of the game Only 54 prIzoQghtera have died from r fighting In the last 142 years StiliI the latter is prohibited to a great ex tent while the former is the most im portant study in the average uptodate college for young men BY an agreement between Judges Pdyntcr and Guffoy of tho court of appeals each will serve a year as chief justice Judge ORear was sworn in yesterday and on his retirement Ex Chief Justice Hazelrlgg was presented with a solid silver pitcher by the other members of the court AUDITOR COULTER sent out Satur- dayLi for county teachers 2297528 being tho final 20 per cent duo them Ken tucky Is doing a great deal to give her children an education and while the common school system U far from per t fect It Is becoming better all the time THERE Is no law against the mar ridge of whites and blacks in Georgia and the recent attempt to punish case of miscegenation proved futile A W HUGGINS has severed his con nection with the London Kentuckian- S H Rosenthal succeeds him as editor and publisher POLITICAL t lIon W J Bryan will see his cousin W S Jennings inaugurated governor of Florida today Senator Daboe has recommended the Rev J S Sweeney for appointment as postmaster at Paris It is that exGov Bradley will be appointed to the now Federal judgeship in Kentucky Hon J T Ellyson has withdrawn from the race for the democratic nomi nation for governor in Virginia ExChief Justice Hazolrlgg and his fonlnlaw C P Chenault have formed a law partnership at Frankfort G B Swinehroad of Lancaster is n candidate for county attorney of Gar rard Be would mako a good one The Senate will devote this week to the Army Reorganization bill and It passage Is predicted perhaps during the week Cardinal Gibbons delivered a eer mon In Baltimore in whtoh he took strong ground against Imperialism and large standing armies The Senate acted favorably on a NS olutlon favoring a law preventing the liquorIto peep Secretary Hoot has sent to Congrc an estimate of the 1140000 for en larglng and Improving Governors island New York Harbor for artily pur poses Owing to the fact that theBlalne Club of Cincinnati can not secure su able quarters at Washington it has abandoned its proposed trip to the In auguratlon The candidacy of Charles M Bran- ford for the Legislature in Breckl ridge county la thought to forecast ex Gov W O Bradloys entry Into tbe sunatorlal race Grower Cleveland David B Hill Daniel S Lamont W F Sbcchai William C Whitney and other old lino democrats will a New York paper says organize the Samuel J Tilde Club In New York Reports have reached Washlngto that Dr W Godfrey Hunter will be In the race for the republican Domination for United Spates Senator and is al really writing letters to republics holdover members of the Legislature Auditor Coulter has notified the rail road corporations of the State that the StateBoard of Valuations will sit at Frankfort from January 11 to 11 for the purpose of assessing the franchises of the companies and will hear any arguments they may desire to submit Messrs R J Brecklnrldge Lewis McQdown D W Baird A P Hum phrey Walker D nines and James P Helm are In Washington to argue the McChord railroad cases before the su iretnn court The five cases will be taken as one case six hours being al owed Jor argument and will likely ontlnue for two days The radicals in the House who propose to cut down the representation rom the Southern States received a ReverB jolt when by a vote of 81 to 830 tlrct party vote a resolution was defeated which sought to provide for an Investigation on which to base a reduction of representatives from Louisiana lleslsalppl South Carolina and North Carolina NEWS NOTES There are over 15000 cases of grip In incinnatlA pool with 81250000 cap- Ital was formed In Ohio There arc cases of smallpox In over 100 counties of Missouri The State tobacco fair will be- aL held Maysvllle on the 21st There are eight murder cases on the osketof the Henderson circuit court Eight men lost their lives by sutfoca ngln a fire In a Minneapolis furniture store John S Hammack a merchant of Union county accidentally shot and killed himself Four farmers In Searcy county Ark- are dead as a result of drinking wood cobol at a holiday gathering Stockholders the German National Bank of Newport surrendered f30 000 worth of stock Miss Alice Rambo a jilted Muncie Ind girl jumped Into a cistern to drowD her troubles Thomas Whitaker a young farmerof Spencer county was drowned while trying to ford Salt river Severe cold la prevailing in all parts of Europe Southern Italy Is snow clad for the first time In years Willie McKinley Dawson of Hunt logton W Va aged four was fatally erred while playing with Ore Reports of mining for 1000 Indicate tbat thn United States leads the world In the production of gold and coal Charles T Ysrkes is to build a 5 000000 residence in New York He already owns one that cost 81500000 Several Chicago shoo manufacturers have organized a company with 81000 000 capital to fight the rubber trust Judge Evans decided for the Courier Journal Job Printing Co in the 825 000 suit brought by Louis N Geldert Fire underwriters during 1000 aulfer ed losaosiaggrcgatlng 103632250 a yearAInu1atlon has moved Westward about 14 miles and Southward abut three lies Oov Candler of Georgia offers 815 000 for the capture of the men Implloa t rd In the hanging of George near Rome Andrew Carnegie has promised Seattle a donation of 200000 to be expend cd in the construction of a new public libraryThe car shops of the Virginia uthwestern railroad at Bristol were btrned Loss between 875000 and DOOOO A NashvIlle pbyslclan has put to record a bill of salt for the bodies of two women now In good health for which he paid 82 each iJ 11 Thomas Chldeste a nineyear boy killed his sister with a ebotJun near Marietta O The mother mn die of the shook Dr W E Clark of Dixon was Rlvcn 10 years In the penitentiary for cartellng the death of Miss Cora Waller by criminal operation F B Crooko the young farmer from Richmond who attempted suicide by taking morphine at the Stag 1I0tel Cincinnati will recover The record for Saturday business on the Now York Stock Exchange wa broken last Saturday the transactli footing up 1107000 shares Prof Albert B Hart of Harva denies that In a recent speech at De troit be advocated burning at the etake as a legal penalty for Negro crimes- J Plorpont Morgan Co bave bought the Central Railroad of New Jersey and sold It to themselves as rep reecntatlves of the Reading Railroad Gen James Slaughter whocnm inanded the Conlcdorato forces In the last tight of the civil war at Bona San Jago Texas is dead in the City of Mex- Ico One of the features of the comlnlr Inaugural parade In Washington will be a section composed of college men from all the leading universities of the countryThe public school pupils of New York and the teachers of that city bae forwarded a check for 27007 to tho president of the board of education or GalvestonForty dollars will be tlPent for decorations and illuminations at Loulsvlllo during the triennial COD clave of Knights Templars at Lour villa next August- A reward of 813000 has been olTerc fur the arrest of Pat Crowe who Is said to be Implicated In the Cudahy al ducilon Nothing is said in tbo olIer about conviction George T Douglass n promlnoc farmer of Boyd county was fatally Injured by a maddened bull The anima butted him and then trampled his bod In a horrible manner John T Flynn a farmer of Dodgy Station Ky committed suicide at the Pba nIx Hotel in Lexington by swal lowing a mixture of strychnine mor thine and carbolic acid Indictments were returned against Allen R Carter Chas I Stewart and Wm M Finloy of the Louisville Die patch for criminal libel of the grand jury and the License Board Gov Bcckbam granted a pardon Ic the case of the Shelby County Fair As Delation indicted by the grand jury for permitting games of chance to be operated on the fair grounds In a head end collision between two L ti N freight trains near Homes Ala Engineer Chaso was killed Kn lnecr Horton was fatally Injured and two firemen were seriously hurt Circuit Judge Hodge of Newport hns appointed a committee to Investl rate the alleged statement of Theodore lallam and Harvey Myers reflecting ipon the dignity of Kentucky courts Philip D Armour head of the great pork packing firm Is dead His wealth Iii estimated at from 810000000 to 825 00000 not counting the 815000000 or 20000000 owned by the younger mem bets of the family- A young man who bad registered us R S Osborn Lexington Ky computed suicide In a hotel at Hutchinson Kas by taking strychnine He had overvthieg that would reveal bls identity and the name was proba assumedWm the child murde rer- will be tried at the February term of- tbe Boyd circuit court He will be kept at Maysvlllc till then when It Is more than likely soldiers will guard him to Mt Sterling and remain were during the trial At a republican primary for the nom ration of county officers In Owsloy aunty Lewis Moore was shot and kill- cd while his brother Abe Moore was mortally wounded Abe Wilson and App Murrill are in jail charged with the crime Milton H Kendall of Lexington has itered suit at Bowling Greon against the L N for 825000 damages Mr endalla eon Amos was run over and killed bya train and this Is thocauseof tne suit Amos It will bo remembered Wl8 claimed to have been involved In- the killing of farmer CassoU near Lex gton The Etna Real Estate Company of- New York has completed plans for a 30 story building to be erected at the Southeast corner of 33rd street and roadway The building la to have a frontage of 1130 fact on Broadway and 1175 on 33rd street and will be l15- reet high or 73 feet higher than any othcr building in New York It Is co st 82500000 and the she is valued at 81500000 Kid McCuy and his divorced wife wl1 remarry this week It is under stooll that Mrs McCoy demanded a wedding present of 810000 which the- Kid has consented to give Rev A C Hensley rector of St Johns church at Versailles has received a cull to a parish at Lucerne vitzerland In the Southern Presbyterian church lH3 churches or 181 per cent of the whole number are without pastors Last year Mr Carnegie donated to- purely philanthropic purposes the princely sum of 85000000 ar i jhlI y f C MATRIMONIAL Job Mareuc 43 and Mary Ruche Upton 22 of Gurrard obtained mar rJngo license at Danville Aaron Grant aged IV and Miss Nan cy Singleton 15 wore made one at Car ollno Singletons Saturday The engagement of Miss Ellen Me Dowell of Danville and Rev William Davis of Blooratlold U announced the wedding to take place ou the 7th 01 February Tim MOTHERS FAVORITE Chamberlains Cough Hcmedy is thl mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cute It la intended especially for coughs cods croup anti cough and Is tin best melfelllemalieforthiselllens s iTLoro Is not the least danger In giving fl to children for It contains no opium or other Injurious drug and may be given at confidently to a babe as to ati adult For sale by Craig HarkerIThe famous gray tel Dandy Jim 20lJi has changed bands five times within seven months and four times within aa many weeks Mr Deasy of Lockport now owns him PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE rnEcnrmSVIJLE KY openranplete t that found In tho ordinary high school Including kitchen rimlen and kinder garten li the department Tho common school branches Higher Mathe matics Scliiiciti Language and the Bible For further particulars address J 0 MrKEB 1rlncltwl FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hone and Mules constantly on hand and ror sale at all time W Logttn Wood Manager H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Varranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call L S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky omtoo Ucllobortt Drug Slot In the wley- BuUdint R A JONESDENTIST Stanford 7Lty OOlce over Higsins A McKinney Storm Telephone No 49 u DrsSlavinfi Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will be In Dnrtlle Mondays Wednesdays anti Fridays Will ttt In Stanford Tuoxlayi Tbur dayi anti Saturday OlBw In the l nnlnton UuUilInj Stanford fGehours etol2aIltolruOSTEOPATHY Thli Srlenw orizlaalfJ and dntlo1 bjr Dr A T Still of Mo lrDJ on the prlnilplMof Anitoiujr snd Iliytlnlo y for IU n mill It rpitilm no filth no drug no rubbing no luntlcal o rttloni and claim hung super nitureltbteupthyvlewman nimimdilni otvt ininjr peru Its li tni nt When ill ni are proifrly tdjuitcd and not oierworktil health l the reiult Some the dieaws treated liy m Nrrroui fnMtratlon lleadachct NeuraUln ItliMiinatliui Catarrb Weak Kyr UnmiUtrtl lidt ioltre heart Uier and Iiiug Diirami ContlllKitlon Ille Hall Stone KnUrpMl Inxtialc ill ltom ach and hones and Joints idnat CllnlluftltlllocalioDl ielUJulnu ineonttnenee of Urine 1ollOlor Ails la Female lilttsuxa a perlaltjr Ioniuluilou Fn Fri U I tOODPOISI If 704 ever enatrartsd any blood disease TI aver nfo uilew the Tirus or joiCn Kr i err 1ICTtrJ frrtii tbc 11- t ii At JOB see alarming gymp- t iiis Vi in iMtpen no serlounruiilta- iril rIIK Tcyoit a8jr of the follow- Ing aynlptore2 Sore Throat Ulcernod the Tinrou or la Hie Morn flair Falllnir Oat Aching FUiu It lilueof tboBkln- gore or Itlotch s ou the Body Eywi Red I and Smart Dysitcjitlc Stomach Sexual WeabuMs indications of the second stage JJcnt trust to luck Dont ruin your nst Bt with the old fogy treatment mercury and potahli nlilcli tidy sup IfKuf the eyiuptuniK fora tame only to brcal rt mash wber happy ill domestic life rrotletyuaranzerimentonyuut- tie fiKf Method Truuent Is guaran twl to etir yoi Our puarantrea ate I bickM by baric mi1 that tho ills ere will nTcr return Thousands of Muioutu Bare already curnl by our New Method Treatment for over twenty years No rlik not a j patditip but a poxltlTe cure The wontrnse ki licilrd t t and cure Nervous DrblHty Sexual Weiikness- fll t Hloso Iarwn Stricture Varlcocele KNney and Inedder Dtseaan and dlseuiiaa lclliIr to men auld women CURES GUARANTEED Confultntlon Pree Books tree If liable to call wrote for qneitlon blank for Luau lradme- ntKENNEDY I ORB KERGAN 528 Walnut Strut CINCINNATI OHIO 4f M J 1t f r first Announcement 8j Of the Seasons CutVrico Time nt thoCIn LOUISVILLE STORE Always brings the waiting crowd in a rush Get in curlyii yon want the advantage of the first pick rrlllL CUT PRICB PRUNING KififEt hits bull applied nil over the house This is the seasons clean up in nil J g CLOAKS CAPESIFURNISHING GOODSCIh HATS AND SHOES J Capes One lot of Ladles Cloth Cape that we told at fl anti 11 25closlugout price 4So One lot Ladles Cloth Capes tlM and 12 quality will be closed at 75o and tl- A few 250 plush capes will close at 1125 Mens Overcoats Now in your chnnco for a cheap coat Men 810 00 Coat wit to 87 OS II 800a II 4 OS II 7 00a 308- 6 00 1 u r W n B OII 1 lIS Overcoats Boys 00 Colt out to fl 1tII 2 60 4iI9 00 Ulilcrt cut to It MOO 2 4S 10 donna Ment Heiry Winter Gas 4 t 35 to Soc good go in title sale at IBc Ladiess Jackets A few S760 Jackets for 1Adfa will be j oloswl out at 1460 All f5 Jackets will bo 10KI nt W- All ChlhlrtnV Jnfkttn will bo dwod i j out raganllMi of ooiU Thousands of other things cut down in proportion incltilulgiHeavy Underwear And lions Heavy Shirts rJ u Louisville Store SALINGER BROS PRORS AI T D 3aAir3SY Mro R r 0SCSSSS OVERCOATS I SUITS AND ODD PANTS 1 From the best mamifatiurrr See our lino before making your pur chase Wa E PERKINSS Crab Orchard Ky We Have n Firl 111100I i Ledgers Journals ii r Day and Cash Booths i 9Fnr the New Year lord irKiN iii LOW Prices J Pennys Drug Store I 1I I TJIIIIcII N02- salt tY Inwnl vaaa wav a e ao ea1ot+ v I h Not Money But Lamps TO BURN Two Limoges Dinner Sets at a Low Price AUoan Elegant LvnoJ of Salads Cake Plates hat Many Novelties in Chinawarc out Forget to See Our Line of ffip Finw ana Cliamter sitrPrices Very low Cot hlcrlllJ Grade cf Oncdp Uo Euro to Take n Glance nt Our Ten Coat Cou- nterGEORGEHIPARRISr CO Ja A ALLENr Ce- rCoitractors And EuildersSTANFORD KY nave ncomplete stockof nulldlnl Mntorlll Yellow Ilno flooring CLJIIIII6 Doors Saab liiinde and or Dressed and lIolIgh Lumber Iihln and Itetl Itooang La cut Posts C Wo makouUmtu on anyklnd of work wauted Offico oppasitoDn L II COOkI L W L It aM c=It a O yy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n STANKOKD KY Ux x 1001 Ouii prescription work la unsurpam PoonyDrug PERSONALS I Mlts J tilts MIssClC hu boon quite Dn H A JoNes spent Sunday In Lexington VEST CIIANOKLIOU Is clerking for W W Saunders Co CAIIIIULL WOODS Is learning the art preservative In this olllco Mas MILUKKD BKAHLEY of Lao taster IB of pneumonia Miss MADIKHKLM of LouUvllle Is with MUs Mary Icnnlngton Miss EVA LAMMKUS of Hlchniond U with Mlt Sue Willie Hole Miss MAHY HUNDLKY returned to 8t Kathcrlnog Acadetuy Saturday Mss UKLLK LKAVXLL of Garrard It 0CiiAULKflentered Kentucky University at Lex IngtonMlt A T SINK and wife of Aubrey T xas urn guests of Mr and Mm A C Sloe K O SlNULKON and wife of Cra Orchard I pont several day with rela thC bore lION U B KINO of Moroland leaves next week for a prospecting ton otOrogon IHOK AND MRS E L GltUIHIS pant several day with relative at Shelby City J liKSK TRAYLOli U managing W H Traylor souring tulll DIx Itlvor Holler Mill W 0 SiKito Is visiting his sister at Fslrcouth nod hit wife U with her till tcr at Livingston Uuv J W HAUIN of Stanford pent several dare with frtwtdt haro I xlngton Democrat rv tP HISIIOI ban elf OAHght tba Uklahoran fiver Ho will sell out on tie lth and go there MlHH SCK YANTI8 UO KHMt Of lIneA Annie Yantlt and Mary Thum an of Lancaster last week I Ii M OOOPKH who bug been oink big for S v niNM V SOB hat gone to st Loult to accept a i oIUon lilt AND MKB LKWIS L Dory cnI tTtalnod a numtter of thrlr frieD all- an ilocani tea Friday evening Mlt J J SIILKS will iirava back to M farm In Lincoln county early In Fibrjinry Jejsntnlnc Journal MKS M V KIJCIN and Archie m sped to WllllamKbttnr wh ro the latter le nuomllog college I MISH MINNIR CARTON entertntnud half hundred or so of her young friend- at I her borne In the Wr lied tHll nitbtMisaOitAii WAKIIHN who spent tw wJckfl with bor nlntnr at Labano nnctlon hal returned to her homo at Mat wood celt friend James It Henry Kirknvlllc made Uti happy yovturday by wending the cold sash for three i beriberi MR AND Mttk1 V 1L i Lou have moved to tho Wither place They boo t laD houAckoapIng right by taking the Nttitioit JOURNAL Tilt Mhecu Illlcy gave u most plea 1 bop at the Riley Hou o Saturday evrnlng lu honor ol their guest Miss 4palo Merkley of Lebanon London fltucklnn Miss UKSSIK MATTIIIS trimmer for I us Annie 1hllllps left Friday for r homo at Milan Tenn to remain spring Mil Ilroii ItRlD Line rooted of Mr 4 Uurnslde u room In the Myers tr s and will open an ollloa for tho 1a r of hli profession s W P WALTON and children turn to Lexington today Va ud to state that Mrs Walton again after her severe Illnaan M Lot UUIOIIT of Mlddlwtoro all br on vliltlng relatives baresTMS wi ok for Knoxvllle v ehn will make her homeAd A1 v L Uruuirrrtc who has been llv iguttbe farm of Mrs Dalton near itraxion hatj removed Lila family to c I1 county having rented u farm ar Danville Ilarrodshurg Demo rat v MISSKS TEVIS GAUPKNTKH Annlo o Woods nnd Annlo IJronaugh En Ifeian of Lincoln county will nil ba rlth He8 Annlo Evans Bright on Men lay night for the dance Danville Xtowe Miss ANNP COOK IlUKrjiAN hue as Pr guest Mbn Camillo Hopper of tustpnvllle who will bo hero until Tuesday when MUs HulTman leaves to turn to college at Dann IIallLex ington Loader LOCALS TRY our now erect form coreote JonedItNmv Embroideries noxt week Sov rants i SonllItLAST call on cloaks Prices cut to ices Sovoranco Sons t CLD PENCol T 111111s using ally a gold pen which was presented o him 33 years ago It writes as well c 20th century one 4 Ocit remnant counter Is full of bar gains Severance k SonlitFott gale cheap A secondhand beating store This olllco Sit our C and tOe valuos In homburg edging Severance it Sone WJ have on haul at the mill bran- dan shlpitull W HTrnylor at A PBW walking skirt and shirt wiilstt loft to clojo at a bargain J P Jones SlutciAL prices onhay the next 10 days to reduce stock J II Daugh man Co QUARTERLY couft Is In session but only one case that one of minor loner tnnce has been disposed of A TWO YEAtt OLI eon of Ilobert Scar of Rowland died of diphtheria Friday and was burled Saturday THOSE knowing themselves Indebted to mo will pleaKo cull and wattle at once BII need money U C Ruplcy 2t StTimStanford appease In another column end It and eco If you dont thick we are In pretty good shape OUR countymatf W M Fields hail bought of K A Hcrrln St Son their gnarlbto THOSK Indebted to mo please call Poncrcounts must bo paid W A Carson Miss ANNIK PHILLIPS tho milliner frStreetduct her millinery business In It hero altar ALL claims against the city of Stanford must bo riled with too tlnanco corn inllUo three days before regular meet log of the council or game will havo to- go over until the next regular meeting L K Hughes olcrk AT the lat flogtheoily coup oil the tax levy fur this year was re duped to Kto vbleh Is a feather In gape of the members of the board theI H Traylor was granted a renewal license for his ealoon at the Carpenter linage plaoehaono Glee Club for an entertainment at Walton Opera House Friday night getMa e blffh order There are sex members In the olub and the pros ways each one la stary Treeau n bllddlye ng n consldorabla lots Fire started beingn a on It the building hurried like tinder Mwt gaveofr hardlyhalf CathcrlVJllaharburning tha other day Her dress caught lire while sari was warming and outdoordFortunately her brotherinlaw James Mesjcr who had more presence or mind was present and alter bar work ho succeeded in extinguishing the waahurnellvVllchcrn hands were considerably burned but she Is very thankful to got MrMotIlarlJ t Isdadspread rapidly over thu little city of lorjU8taltheir chimes whloh sho In hr- tronger r days never failed to hoed the 1111herthnthlhrth nt and sorrow are unknown She was tho nCf bclngDOtconsistent to her profession of chrlx thoPresbyterianwas supra faithful moro untiring nor more devoted to tho Masters cnu fie than Miss Maria She had been a suf untillasralarming when a rapid decline began and her troll constitution was unable to pnoumonlnIIerpreceded by brief though acute attacks fortituJdo with n serenity of ono who kno whom pbo has trust d May floe w alone hath too power to assuage grl touch with tender compassion t bruised hearts at borne gUInjj to them lovealieAlter n short service at too grave by LnncaetComatory theto0 SEE our 5c erica counter Sovcrano St Sons it A NEW lot of Douglass shoes at Cum mln McOJarys it nAVE your prescription filled at Craig A UoekcrsitSPECIAL price on cottons dimities etc Severance Sons Foit SALtA second hand buckboard Cheap Apply at this office TWO residences on West Main Street for gale on easy terms Apply at this ofllco Tin best on earth Is a Hanan shoe Dont mesa our cut prlco sale on them J Pi JonesaFont RENT Tho cottngo I live In opposite Mrs Lou Shanks Nothing but good renters need apply Morris Fred It DAVIS wantsPII yourchickens turkeys geese and ducks Also eggs Ho pays cash prices Lancaster reet TilE delinquent list for the year 1000 will bo published alter Feb 1101 and sold to tho highest bidder L R Hughes collector GiNSiiuito BROS hero dissolved partnership Joseph Glnsburg retiring Jake Glnsburg will continuo the bust nets at tbo old tnnlln tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL building THE exchange kept by Morris Fred buIom our mill W II Traylor AcyulTTHD Tim W Hutchison who engaged In a right with Jas Hlatt near Highland was acquitted at hi trial before Squlru flames Saturday Ulatts trial comes up noxt Saturday THUdolloquont tax nIt will apnea In our next Issue If you dont want to sea your name In print In that colum you had better pay Sheriff S O wens today tomorrow or Thursday YKLLOW D U C Peyton the Moreland hotel and liveryman la ovl deafly partial to yellow Four of tho Ova horses In his stable aro yello while his three milk cows are as ya low as gold and are as pretty a lot as one could wish to tee AT a called meoilnjr of the pity noun oil loci nltfht Judge M C Saulley w appointed a committee of one to go to Knoxvtllo and confer with Civil aer Crenshnw of the Southern road concerning the building of the proposed connecting line through Sta ford Judge Suulley was given tho power to select one or two gentlemen to accompany him and assist him In presenting the many materIal ndvan tages that thee company could derive by coming our way Ho and his pasp claw or associates will leave thIs a lornoon and If wa do not gut tho road It will not be their fault A fBLKORAM from Knoxyllla says that the Southern railroad will beg immediately the construction of a Ii from Jolllco to Burgln An engineer lag party loft that city last week to make too locating survey Tho con structlon of this lino will obviate tha necessity of too Southern road using the Cincinnati Southern to connect Its lines In Kentucky with those in Ten a cssco If this lino Could lToInduccd to come through Stanford opening dnew coal and Umber fields as ll will would prove n great convenience as well as make this place the centre trado for tho entire mountain settle 0 TBMIERANCK Tho union sorvlco at tho Presbyterian church Sunday night was largely attended und the audience spinlep Young Is at work in the Interest of la enforcement und trying toarouseohrls than sentiment upon this Important subject He will speak tonight nt Turnersyllle tomorrow night at Crab Orchard and Thursday nlghtat Preach ersvllle The people of those cprnrau nltloa should hear Dr Young He has spent many years in temperance work and is too field secretary of the Inter denominational local option committee of Kentucky This organisation rep resonts all tho lending churches of tbo State nnd Is strictly nonpartisan It Is tho most practical of all the temper ante organizations that have beet be fora the people of the State and Is do Ing n great work Dr Young has just Issued a snap of Kentucky showing tho wet and dry suctions of the State It will be surprising to many to know eyemoloons at but ono place In the county 10 which hava them In two places and only 13 which have a license policy over tba entire county and even In these some have precincts whore thoro arc no II tented saloons MATTERSe 10OVia00 v fo published 2719450 books tvho Baptist church at Silver Creek this year Rev Russell H Control of llolpha has baptUed over 1000 coo verts r r Tbo Christian church began tic now year yesterday with ten additions to the church scycn id tho morning and three at the evening service Advocate Rev A J Pike has been unanimous ly called to preach another year for the Baptist congregation at Haycsvlllo Marlon county He has served that church two years Residence For Sale Or RentI A very desirable residence of ten roorcs IncludingIco locatedInIor terms to 5Iles Jl V Logan Hus tonvlllo or LutonU K- yPRUITTBROSe MORELAND KY Keep on head at all times a Splendid As sottuicnt of FcrflN TcrflEj Also Undertakers Supplies Livery Stable In connection Da SCarpenter IIUSTOSVILIE ICY Han scoured the agency for Docrlnj Ma cblncfl and rennin and the Chattanooga 111sc 3 or 3horo Turning rarmern lire rcqucslod to cull and two tide plow ugaAgentCistern Filt- erBank Stock Sale I I will offer for sale brforo tho court house door In Stanford Ky between 11 and 13 CountyCourtNational and five shares of stock In the Lincoln National Itink AIM first clasw 3veorofd mare mule 111 JOS 11AUOU PUBLICr SALE nIlartnx do ldtKl to go to to Oklahoma I will on THURSDAY JAN 17 1901 Oir r publldy to tho bishop bidder My Farm of JI2 12 Acres i94wacre constating of dwelllu with six rooms and two porches good barn and now cribs claleyl Dnd neces story ontbulldlnna Tills land U In high Mate of cultivation nil In grass and U wull watered by prlnra and Ilunxlng Fork I unimprovedUaawtaral by un everlasting spring was bro ken out of nod the punt year which It had wallIgrade cnttlu consisting at cow curd heifer heiferntvred Shorthorn 3yourold hull 3 No Joroy coHa nlno a utlrof No mull 5yoarold combined horse I 0yoiirold lyenrlingt Southdown All OWl bred to No bucks A lot of brood sown and cereals will go 200 liarrcls of corn 400 ihoi ks fodder n lot nf nfwagon truck wagon McCormlck binder SUIKrlor eerie drill 3 mowing machine hay rake corn erunhcr a lotof wagon gees uu almost now phaeton und liarnvM und other thing too numerous to mention Will also Ipsell nil household and kitchen furnlturo HenspTerms rondo known on day of sale K IIISIIOI Hubble Ky Financial Standing of City of Stanford TtJ Till CITY CnUNCL or SrArrwnt totuundhrg1teo ofulcrtrrnOuMi on hand Jan 1D008 2 so HccolvtMl from Licenses 2285 00 Taxes 4510 81 Pines ISO 05 h Opera ltousu 48 31 IlMund 20 rtiue71 SP4TIgNI11TUNp4 IMdfprOiira6f Prisoners 140 10 iMMmUCO 30 00 Snlnrtoiv 1056 us Water and Ughta 70000 StrtMt Work 761 au Rxtm 1ollco II a Supar vising 16 00 Doctors J1III 8mallK lw 00 Lumber 22 1 colliineousiiecountM y ID Oa Iumji 1 nd repairs UO lose Drainage a 00 circuit Clerks 1cos 27 60 Serving Notices U Printing LOOS Compiling Hylaws etc II 00 Ianper Aid a property bought by town fortaxeJ 10 Carpenter work Surupijr 1100 fux took nnd Assessors Hlanks 33 40 Sunltury Work 1500 Pipe to Sovcrancyn 110 00 Onili on hand 3340 I ESO ST ABdeCa Ilro Department 81900 00 Interest Opera House 1000 00 Olty Hull Hulldlng 435 00 Cash on lined 3340 Us 611LIAIIIMTIEH WarrmiU Outstanding S 110 30 IMo 8 W L k I Oo for H yr rent 1350 00 Duo Marshals December Salary 3333 Net Amount A wvo Liabilities 91i v9IaI L R UCUIIM Clerk New StoreAo Lave opcncil a full line of GroceriesI-n McClarysandIJriees1I0ooel Goods at Low Prices will be our motto and we will adhere strictly to it Everything new and firstclass W Ww SAUNDERS CO STANFORD KY 3 i I1t 11C rO 11f Zo 00me J ii Another mile stone passed Another page turned in lifes history t u A New Year with its new resolutions is with us Our new resolve is to sell more goods this year than last To do this we niust take more interest in our friends and our friends more interest in tw This we propose to do We propose to interest you by buying our goods with more judgment as to your wants nnd needs nod to tell them to you as clo c as any one can possi bly do I am very grateful to my friends and custolncrdrfor their support during the year past I wish you all a prosperous and happy year Conic and see me if you wont goods If you dont wantgoods conic and loaf with us use our stationery leave your bundles and make our store your stopping place- Gratefully Your H J McROBERTS A Scorching Shoe Sale J Beginning Tuesday Jan I 1901 We will place on sale for ono month our entire lino of Gents Fine Footwear Pick your choice of any make in the house and wo will sell them to for less money than they cost us This itnt any catch advertisement we dont do business that way Wo need the room for our- S pring Line noel we need the money and we propose To Close Out Entire Line at a Loss These a o facts and we are hero to substantiate thorn asIHANAN SONS + STACY ADAMS v X 4 FLORSHEIMS AND HELMUS BETTMANNS Look at our window for cut prices JOHN P JONES Stanford ISeverance Sons F t GOODS AND SHOES mDRY mClosing out We are pre I r many lines of paring for our w1 i winter goods usual J a n uiLook out for ary Whi lour remnant Goods Sale m iil SEVERANCE SONS t Opposite Court House 1m i y itJ JaS ErycHas the Largest and Best Line of vMReadyMade Clothingee Douglaserything found in a firstclassDry Goods Store JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky t ri II t If THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ublSslaaTwoSnpsara4Fxicta t At 1 PER YEAR CASH R wbsn not opJldO32OO will Ix charge Entered n the polloffice at Stanford a F econddaft matter KNOXVILLE DIVISION t 24 Train going North Ma m 201If 241e I1 Si a South 31 a m 2J liif P m For allirolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION KoIJ Arrrlrei Stanford it 1M No It Lenet Stanford at 210 AM Nol AiTirMat Kavlind at 1200 Uo22 Leave Stanford at 250 r tf QUEEN Ie CRESCENT Trilni going South pass Junction City No L 4 oanotatop No 3 1150P NoS Ir No 9 SW r doing South No 21dOtJlnt atop No4 849 No 6 125 r MliIJ FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trans leave Frankfurt at 650 AM 340 P II aDd l P ronatfllnf Georgetown with the Q l A C Keturnlnc lean Paris at v8o and 640 v1 fwreaehlogrreDkfortafterconnectingwith Q JtC trains it 1120 AM P p hl The Utter train learn for Ooonretown at 718 r 4 It NEWTON O1A LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J I E t King has bought a lot of hO- st GaL4t lie- Lutes it Cobought ofiR EiSall Ji 15 fatshbatBat415 LOSTA 2oOpound Poland China Boar W II Shanks + I QBcazlcy Bros put 253 pounds each on fivojhogs in 41 months George T Wood sold to Swecnb Morgan 100 hogs at 4c C L Gooch sold to R L Gose a lot l r of hay at 50c per hundred A M Pence sold a car load of plan cattle in Cincinnati at 4c Pair rood aged mare mules for sale A W Carpenter Morcland EmbrBros are feeding cattle a Curleys distillery in Jessamine Beazley Bros bought of ton Victor s Ballou a bunch of shoats at 4 10 t E L King lost by death a floe eaddl mare Lung foverjwas the cause- S Brent tL Bro of Paris bought 250000 pounds of hemp at 81 per 112 pounds William Astor of New York pal I M P Lelhy 82500 for a pair of coach horsesFarmers around Faulconcr Boyle county sold 0000 tons of straw at liOc per ton N I Buster has sold to Jonas Weih 75 export cattle weighing 1450 pounds at k Hallsback last week shipped 200 hogs that cost 4J to 4 Jc Winches tor Sun r The horse4 stock of Kansas Is valued at nearly 45000000 The State owns nearly 000000 During the season of 1000 5G three yearolds trotted and paced to records Its of 230 or better including several that Blr had standard recods During the year of 1000 Mrs A P Judd sold front one Jersey cow and 50 Brown Leghorn hens the neat little sum of 892 75 Anderson News Seven of the 20 twoyearolds that took standard records in 1000 are from Kentucky Kentucky also furnished 11 of the threeyearolds that boat 230 J W Whitehouse of the West End sold this week to Bottom t Penn 14 yearlings at4c John W Yerkes deed Lextcoo sideration being 91000News At a meeting of the Democrat County Committee of Boyle county at the court house In Danville on Sotur day Jan Oth 1001 the following Cso lutlous were unanimously adopted WllEKBAS During tho 32 years oxls tenee of the 18th Senatorial Distrl Lincoln county has had three democratic nominees for Senator Casey bas had two nominees of said party for full terms and ono for an unexpired term Garrard county has had two nomine of said party and Boyle county has hod only one and believing that each county should have its just and cqult ble share and representation In the partys councils and honors as long as it presents worthy and capable men and further believing by any fair and reasonable process of reasoning Boyle county Is entitled to the nominee at this time and that the district will oc cord her the same PROVIDED She presents a capali and good man Such a man we have in Capt E W LUlard who is the very embodiment true Democracy loyal and unflinching in his adherence and fealty to his partys principles and a conservative Intelligent business man in every way worthy of the honor sought and who we believe if ahen the nomination will carry our Hag to victoryRESOLVED That we present tho name of Capt E W Lillard to tho democracy of the 18th Senatorial dls trlctof Kentucky for the democratic nomination with full faith in the jut Lice of our cause and with the belief that the other counties will do justice to Boyle county and accord Capt LII lard tho nomination REED S NICHOLS Chm J W COOK Secretary- THiS u AND THAT Mrs Leah Kirby aged 07 and tho ildest white peYsonln Mercer Is dead The Second Presbyterian church of Danville has called Rev R P Ram ey of Xbnia O Evangelist H C Morrison will beln- the publication of a monthly raagaztn at Louisville called The Penttcos Mntury The first number will be ssued In a low days Rev J M Weaver has just complet cd his 30th year as pastor of tho Chest nut Street Baptist church Loulsvlllo luring all that time he has been teacher of a ttiblo class In the Sunda school A PROMINENT OHIOAGO WOMAN SPEAKS Prot Koxa Tyler ot Chicago Vice 1resi Iitnt Illinois Womans Alliance in peak- Ing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy roe I suffered with a severe cold this wlnler which threatened to run Into pneu mania 1 tried different remedies but I erred to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach A friend advised me 10 try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and found it was pleasant to take and it re Iteedme at once I am now entirely covered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine again For snle- by Craig A Hooker It Is ono of tho most curious things mglnable that men should suppose God to bo less merciful to those who have missed tho perfect truth In their creeds than to those who have failed to oxhlblt the right sort pf conduct 1- 0thelr lives HOWS TillS We Oder One Hundred IMlm nard for any eofCitrrh that cannot be farel by ItaUaCa tanh Cur J F CHKKNEV A O1ropvTotedo q We the umlerilgnej line known V J Cheney for the lit 15 and txllero him perfectly borable In all tiuilneM Inunctions and nlln- eIUr able to carrjr out may oMUatlou wade II- rtblr linn iVMT A TmAX W holed Druraht Toledo WALl i KIKKAK A JUnvis Wholesale IImj- glili Toledo Ohio lalli Catarrh Curt li taken Internally acting dlrrctly upon the lilooil and inuroui turfatM of the tern Price Ilr bottle Sold by all drug gil Tetlmontalafree1- a11 tmlly liII are the best Withers I Will sell goods for spot cash Below are rums prices that will interest my custom r ers from for and near We luive theetock and taonor to buy mote with so the merry Price War Continues r 20 pound CottonTop Mattress Satin Finish Ticking i 2 00 II e 30to n JOO 40 II II 4 00 Excelsior cotton top mattresses f150 X175 und 3 S5 Solid Oak 3 piece Bed Itoom Suits M 00 Woven Wire J5ed Springs 1175 2 00 Coiled Wire Bed Springs I110 1 50 V Penitentiary Cane Seat per set ft75 3 00 Ladies Sewing Rockers each 85n 90 Wall Paper from 3c per roll up want to to my Lincoln Garrard Uoyle Cacy Hnckcastlo end Laurel county friends that I keep n stock second to none of the adjoining counties and that My Prices Cannot Be Duplicate Gas Must Accompany Every Order W W WITHERS Stanford Ky 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 261h Sale on January 29 00 and 81 mIll February 1 1001 At The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville KentuckyJ all over tho State to be one or the best established sales In thepatronsAcknowledged by Aa vlng 0 horses I fool competent to manage your stock Oust light tho South Sathfuctory prices Covered track 200 box stalls Enter your stock Buyers numerous no trouble to write Send for entry blankswill have no regretshero Vhono 3 you parJack sale March 5 IMI1 K I VA17LCONEU Danville Ky t 1 4J1 1tW I t t Congressman G Q Gilbert is to be annoyed with Mother contest for hl scat made with no Idea of potting It from him oven by the tnlchttnake right method of tho republican major Ity In Congress but for the 2000 or 3000 allowed In such cases to the coo testant whether ho wins or not Dr John Mason Williams who would oat have known what to do with hltu elf had he been elected to Congreso has served notice on Mr Gilbert of a cot test upon the earaa grounds that Day son waged and which were thought t o flimsy by the committee that Itoeer oven made a report The claim Is that Jackson county was Illegally cut frolD the district by the Legislature between the regular rcdlstrlctlon periods But such a thing Is so common by rcpabl can Legislatures that Congress did not daro disturb tho question Too tnau republican scats would have been vacated had the decision been In Davison favor so tho matter was permitted to sleep and Is still sleeping In the corn mlttcc which Is too cowardly to report against a republican Lexington Democrat A lame ehouldec Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of lumber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig locker Druggists ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams Sr paint Lick Iy Ian guaranteed sure curt for horses auu mulPH nllllcted with Fistula allovll Swinney ScrutcLen Saddle Holla lard and Soft Enlargements Greasy thee tstcmper ke For lalo by W II IICtob erls druggist Stanford M K llumphrv Iberty C M Thompson Inn vlllel A Caldwell Va nr Dunn llros IlrV nuvlllo Ky K It ComplonlIll11rdh1JvJJle- Oeo It Deter Mlddlobnrp Ky O A flue Turncrsvlllc J II Vanhouk McKln noy TWO FARMS FOR SALE baring decided to change my tor Lion I will llprlTilely my faro on which t lire S4 of a mUll from Orchard Ky This firm li tine Cudln cooil talent rultlTatlon 16u acre ot riser itlom l rodthat U One corn mod meadow taut iUnce M acre It upland and well ad ptrd to tern wbeat blue grin ant all other cro A trick welling of 8 roouii and cellar a well of inlcmlld eeiton water at the door two tenement barn and alt necessaryoullarlldioga lthplenty t l gool fruit and an loCk wa er make this the mast desirable lure In hiaend of the county Also a farm of about acres Vi tulle from Crab OrtbirJ Kyon ljncMterilrilO i lle the fa- ytousCraburchardsrtugt All In grin with a rgettotk barnand an al ol water with neot the Seat buIUlog mites In the nelhbor a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on Lanrat c attached aeldrorIt H limnSAf hard Ky J+ G+ McCbMY UNDERTAKE Mintifactnreranil Dealoar In EAP1TBSS SADDLERY 5 C Stanford Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital StocklSIOOOjO Successor to The Farmers flank A Truit CompaQ and under ume inanegement cuutlnu outly for 29 Years Solicits Your Ban Account lloplngiuch bttilnn relations will prom mutts If beneficial and fttfj DIU CTOilSl IJ Wllllauni J J Nlenefee A W Carpenter W II Cummins J K Lynn S II shank J F Cash J 1J Owilcr- i UFF1CKIU S U Shanks President J II 0ilejrCMhler W M Right AMt Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY ItplUl Stock 1100000 Surplus 11768851 This Institution original utablliheil u the pDlIt Bank tjtaoford In 1353 then reorganized ha National Ilank ofSUnlorJ In IBM anJagali Organized uthe Flat National Dank ot Stan for bad practically an uninterrupted cxlit ncefoHl year It U betUr supplied now will tcllltlM for tranuctlng builneu promptly and rally than eTer before In 1U long and bonoiab career Accounts of It JltlJuali Juclarln and lediideal colic ted UIHICTOat F Reid Lincoln Co J HayaenStantoi 8 T HarrhII 8 11ltaugbwen J S Mocker II T P Hill ITP Walton II W A TribbleII J11 ColUorCrab Orcbd M J Miller MtVeruo M DEIinore Stanford OrICae J S Uoo er 1reaia nt J J Mcltobirti Cable sr H n t 4 = 1 rr GEO T FARRIS Of Gurrard U u candidate for rcnomlna for Stato Senator III hilt district composell of Lincoln Uaxov Uoyle and Oarrard oun tics subject to the action of tho tllIUOCrltlC patio OHAS L DAWES In a candidate for Ase sor of Lincoln count aubjcct to the adieu of tho dcmocrlitlo party J M CARTER Sr Is a candidate for Hhcrlff ot Lincoln cows subject to the action ot the democratic lar ty J 0 MoWHOETER- Ot Crab Orchard U a candidate for AIIe Borof Lincoln county suhjocl to the action of the democratic party T J HILL Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic pa- M G REYNOLDS Is a candidate for Aeseasorof Lincoln cot tyt subject to the action of the democratic party 91 S BAUGIUIAN Is a candidate for ShurKT of Lincoln count subject to the action of tho democratic Iarty E V LILLARD Of DanTlllc Is a candidate Cor StatoScna In this district of Lincoln Cast IloyleandOarrardcountleasubject tu tbo action tit tho SAMUEL 91 OWENS II n candidate for AII ea orof Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democra party M F NORTH is a candidate to rnprwtont Lincoln tents In the LepUlttturo nubjvcl to the action or the IXtuocrattc party sv L HKIlttllS IA a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count object to the action of the demeerotte jw ty J II RAINES II a candidate for the nomination of JaUer oC Lincoln county subject to the action or tho Democratic party Wai LANDGRAIi- t it candidate for Aascstor ot Lincoln conll ty subject to democratic action TIIAIJES XI WRIGHT- u candidate for Au oHorof Lincoln county subject to the notion ot tho democrat party JOHN C PEPPLES Ie a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count to the action of the democratic ty Yonraupportta sollClledi OINK FARMER II a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party lie solicit our lIullportiGUS McCORMAOK 111 candidate for Awewior of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrat pnrty GEO A EUnANI S- Is n candidate for Jailer of Uaeolu enlist subject to tho action of tho daraocral sty rJAMES T JONES III a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln MIIat- lIbJect to the notion of the democratic party painting Repairing Ism ireparud to paint and repair your carriage orWHRon In Ilnotcla style iurioncvd won to do It skit work teOO You can have your old vehicle lOade- now for very llttlo money J IL OUKKK Stanford 1y IIPOSTIEID f relif warn 11non from tre ipmssingon IU- Tfaruller soy pun whoever VM LAMMJItAF KrlgerKy I also warn all i non from lreapaasing on 1lalm on luck Creek fur any IUrlWhaleffr FKKD NINILfA NOTICE To tho depositors who loft whet with mc- IlIotlly you t I have decided to build ilIollr mill In the came plncu where ira rllll- nlnlt tho oxchnnRo If you will come to my- Ihce will let you Imvo your wheat back or the money for tho wheat or I will Curobh- you the you will hsivo to uo until start up my mill I will do anyway to suit Tho t xrbano from Dndderarn will 00 taken off tho Ural of Jan I would liko to ink toy customers to bo no kind an to pay roe when I call on you because I have to Iuliro up with W II TravlorMOUUI8 Iltnn EAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS DEALER IN Furniture MatiinplsRillgs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call 1rlccs right STANFORD KENTUCKY yy r 3a Jt o g CHINN FRYEo g Brokers go g Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky a o 0 o Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain 0 o Provisions and Investment o- o Securities Bought and Soldo 0o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly g 0 g executed o o Dank and Commercial Itafcroncfi Long Distance Telephone 010 2 ooooooooooooooooboooooooooooooooooo I A C SINErCONTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfectsatisfaction asto work as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom 1 have builded during the 15 years that I have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etcofwill duplicate any prices offered ablltlNtlltli 4l hUlt1t4 Ns TUB SDUtftBin mutual investment DoIf OF LEXINGTON K- YINSURANCE REVERSED i AVo pay while you live Old Lino Coinpnuics pay when you lie Which do you proibr Over K0000 paid in Living Uoncfits Over 120000 Kesurvc and Surplus 00000 Pniil in Maturities in ScpUmhcr Further particulars apply to J C Bailey 01 E D 1en- ningtou Local Agta Stanford John 0 Austin Special gent Bradlbrdsville Ivy Stanford Female College j STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science I Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to j MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pres I Stockholders Meeting a A lacatlnsof the tocklolder of the Nt ttonal HanU of lltuumvlll will be held At their bnnking house In lltMtnHVllle the IlItI IMI UIWMIII v mail- ItTuesday In January for the porpow of ertICLlI1 nine 1 rector to irv0 the J W IIUCKKK Cachet Stockholders Meeting Iheiockhoidrof the IdsA mwtlnKof coin Oouuty Nullo aal Hunk of will be held ut their basking issue be ctcni Tuesday In Janwry 1M1 forth pUflor electing It dlrectom for the UUIIR year J It OWSLEV fMhter Stockholders Meeting AmeetlnKnftheduckiedderaof the Ilrst National hank of held lit their iKtnkloi hnuto tin awoinl Tuesday III January 1101 fur lIIlIrluf electing directors ot tho mmilng ur JOIN J MclHlllRllTS Cashier MISS LIZZIE C JONES Of MortUuJ hat opened a Complete Line of Millinery at Junction Oity And lnvilesthepatronageottheputIte Cuunti 1roluiw taken In U ERDILLEHADANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICK===And punier In Lime Cement ocWr- ito Ior IrlciK W yCOAL SALT I will have mycunt bins completed OcL find will keep on sand thruti tho IxMit coal i also salt und I will foil o merchant byWIIIOllll111t111t a vcr small narcln Will continue It tho highest vices Hickory Spokes rnvgund headings foods and Orucerlca tit rock bottom prices Olvo mo a trial and I wtlisavu you money 1111 KINO MoiiBLASi KY POSTED Tho whoso immos appear below trlctly forbid any hunting of game of any killd u any hits tlr tho year on tholr land with prosecute to tho extent of the iw anywho 8 llauchman J If HaURhman Hr Steele llalloy J K Ilruce 8 T HarrU F I Woods J M loUusW T Tucker 0 ItauKhraan W Uaughtnan L L Uoty L3 0 D k W J 1 POSTED rIedtog ofaey kiMloait lola4l I prnuheJ- lolbefutlezlemtoflheaw 1MIANU NEW LIVERY STABLE w DUnlE J Sll PrnlJUNCTION CITY 4 Kr- lretClaamTurannte at JtP1I1d harf Si ctel AltoatioB toTrnv ilir Mm Oralii Mild Hay lot lute 4 FRITH HOTEL 7 PttAKClSCO Proprietor f AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY licit lintel In the laountalnt rain eonsiJete- dIurtenuuntillttalnaipealaiatleuttoo to tear ding uteu GUN REPAIRING sA No mutter what gore wrong with your gun send It to u und It will bo Promptly and Skillfully Repaired At a modurntii cost DANVHLC OVCIE Co IyI1 Paper Hanging And Painting See mu before yOu let your I youcturlettutrstd I ton j will uo B in proportion All workguarienued fl OLDS- tanford MOCK WHISKY J Ocorgj U Weathcrford ties a contraqt UCONTIIOI ANI 8ALB Of Old Mock WhldS Icy In Uiutoiivllle Ky 0 MOOK n n JUo ICyf Mason HotellMRS U D I Lancaster t Kentucky t ANfirslclas8forttljneot r