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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft SEMIWEEKLY INTERIORJOURNAL t 1 il 2L XXVIIL STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 1519019 A M NO 90 II1LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Pair good aged work mules for enla Mark Hardla W W Lyon d Co sold SI mules In Atlanta QU100 n Lutes k Co bought some hogs hero i j yesterday at Ho- E T Ponco sold yesterday a bunch of cows and hcltura atJJo Thomas Robinson bought of J M 11111 tlx 850pound cattlo at lo David Thompson bought yesterday a bunch of 785pound cattle at 310IC A Robinson of Garrard sold to Vclbl 30 extra nlca yearling at tic U D Uruco of Boylo eold the best of his crop of 12000 pounds of tobacco at II Shanks found tbo boar ndvor tleod for In this paper uuar Traylore dlitlllery At Chicago prices for fresh meats j reached the highest point for January since 1S9I Lutes Co shipped to Cincinnati t last week a carload of hogs they bought at to4lo Curd k Klklni of Boyle sold their of 50000 pounds of hemp to J T at M per hundred IYorl Drown bought of various par a bunch of fat cows at 2to and sold P Huffman tome of thorn at to The onco famoue racobortc Volantc and tour of hll two yonr old get were sold at Lexington to satisfy a food bill of 20lM FarrU bought of B P Slavln f 32 extra heavy feeders nt 40 of Miss Annie Y lfff a lot of eboate at 4e and ot Chas Gray 100 barrels of corn at 82News 1 D C Allen shipped two oar loads of rattle and bogs met week and has an i other for shipment which ho bought this section at 3i to 4 15 for the hogs I and lie for the cattle Wo arc agents for Pastour Vaccine Lincoln A Coopo Mieep dip and P Flaming Lump Jaw euro Write for testimonial J F Cook ft Co Union Stock Yards Lexington Ky 3t There wore cattle at A H Flor ncoit tone yesterday but loss than half of them changed hands Prices ranged from 21 for butohur stuff to 4c for best yearlings and twoyear olds Kubt Nave of the Braxton commun ity recently sold to Bowman Torhuno his tobacco crop of 0000 pounds at 8c and 3c W C Cat enter bought of HOM Patterson of Dlxvlllo 21 high grade Southdown ewe at toUor rodsburg Democrat Iniuranco Commissioner John H Cbanault sold his trotter Joe Watts to Charles Donnelley of Plttsburg Tho price paid was 42700 Mr Don nelley will retire tho horse from the turf and usn him for road driving Ho hat a record of 210i- H O Fox hoe returned from Atlanta Ho says tho mule market is n little glutted but prices fairly good There ilradyMillerrbought the old Crlt Davie place from Josiah Smith at 8100 per acre Sim Well bought ot N I Duster 40 1500 pound cattle at 4 00 Maok Hugho 1 sold a bay gelding to Frank Gentry of Lexington for 9225 Advocate IN MAMORIAM Dr William Davis Stone of Liberty Ky went quietly to rust Jan 7 1001 It was after a battle fur life for n long time Tho deceased was born In AdaIr county Kentucky Oct 11 129 whore ho grow lo manhood studied medicine and began his practice In 1852 ho catnftto Liberty whore ho resided un Lit death except tho time ho served In tho war of 01 to 03 as assistant sur gcon In isMho was married to Mlsa Luclu Holuclaw who with his two eons William and Joshua survivo lo mourn his death Early In lIfo ho was Methodistechurch at Breeding Adair county Dr Steno was a true Christian man In spirit and practice No denomina tional feeling with llxcd puriwsca and prlnc lcs ho lived what ho professed Ibis son Joshua was called homo from f Washington City and remained with v him until the cud Tho romaine were taken to Huston vllle anti after a short service by J Q Montgomery were burled by tho Ma- Sons A largo crowd was present An other cod mail Is gone Wo oxten our sympathy to his family but wo tI not have to mourn aa those who ho QMnotAfter oxtundlng an Invitation to vie It him Mr William Geor of Pine vllle adds I have charge of the rail road for tho National Coal fe Iron Co ono of the largest plants In tho Stato and It Is doing u largo business Wo bond coal to Chicago and coko to South Dakota and other points Can not III our orders and arc opening u now mine that will put SCO tons of coal per day moro on the market A lame shoulder is usually caused by r hcutnatlsm of the muscles and may bo mod by a fow applications of Chamber Jains Pain Balm For ale by Craig locker Druggists i u IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joe Noel shot and mortally wounded Mark Spence at High Bridge O Jatcos Smith an old man committed sulcldo at Edenton Madison county IIPburg Danvllloa sewer bonds ware bought by a St Louis arts at 8101 81 a percent basis Frank Fllnchum was kfllcd at a taw mill In Clay City by n slab striking him In tbo breast Robert Jones residence near Lon don was destroyed by Ore The family narrowly escaped a There are nearly 1000 cases on the docket of the Wbltley circuit court which began yesterday John U Fee the noted abolitionist a and founder of Bcrca College died sodsdimly at hU home at Bcrca Millard Welt of Lancaster deputy U S collector Is to get a good clerk ship In the Internal revenue ofllce at Washington Prank Irvine a prominent Russell county farmer ned 70 yen was burned lo death by a Ore which dc stroyed his home The Standard 011 Company which hat recently purchased Inc Oxley Stave Works are figuring on tho building ofa n cooperage plant al Somerset The discovery of oil at Barbourvlllo U causing excitement and lands arc bc ing leafed In the vicinity of tbo now well by Interested corporations The members of the Inox county fair astoclallon mot Monday and elect cd ofllscrs W R Batllngcr pros J M Durham vice pros W WTInsley seoy F R Darner tress Dates for 4thaand Alb 1The K Is surveying with a view of building a branch between I rush Creek Station In Rockcasllo county to tho coal lauds In Brush Creek valley The opening up of the mines will be an Importadt ovont for that sectioncnow at ter Clay county has just been com pleted and will be opened lu a few days with 1rof Prougb of Ohio as princi pal and a largo corps of competent teachers Tho school will bo known as tho Manchester Academy Rev C D Burnett died last Friday night at his homo near Level Green of pneumonia fever Ho was burled with Masonic honors Sunday at Burnetts Chapel James Maret and son Lloyd have both been on the sick list but aro better at this time The little daughter of JT Blankenshlp U very ill with throat trouble Mt Vernon Signal MATRIMONIAL Hammond Jones 10 and Carrier Hail Gordon 10 Boyle county wore J married Saturday All the churches In town gave way Sunday night to greet tho now pastor Rev JW Hugln at the Christian churchtKuguoo Cook of tho Hank and Miss Margaret Sallee daughter of W J Sallee will be mir rlcp Feb 20th Danvllla News Tho death of Jacob SehlalTor of Now York ut tho ago of 10S recalls an ear ly oast side romance SohlalTer leaves a widow 01 years and u daughter Jen ale 70 voars old Jennie Is a daughter by his first wlfo who died more than years ugo After tho death of the latter Sen latter lived alone with his daughter unlll three years ago when bstnct and loll In bye with tho prod ent Mrs Schlaffor At that tlmo ho was 100 years of ago and his wife 00 I have resolved that no cigars Should make the family mourn The collarbutton language too Should quickly bo forsworn No Kltly gild the midnight hour flowNoYee all tbcso things should go lodgeFrontThese resolutions I have made For Junes who lives next door Tho wedding dress of the queen of Holland Is being mado at the school for art embroidery in Amsterdam whore her coronation robo was embroidered antiIon tbroughIon mutlrcsscB under tho frame and return the needles that both sides of tho embroidery aro equally well donoI What most people want is something mild and fccnlle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a Jot They ar orIA negro and a white man committed itu atrocious crime et farmer was killed end his agedmother brutally assaulted The motive was rob negrolaC W Lester of Wllliamsburgiwants to bo appellate court reporter CRAB ORCHARD The quart house hero was robbed on Saturday ulght of several gallons of whlbky No clue to tho thief Rev J M Bailey of Ulchmond will reach In tho Christian churoh Sunday t A M Wo bespeak a good hear- Ing for him- Mr Will Guinea and wife of Spen cer county are keeping housetop Mr WmtStewart while tho latter Is on a trip to tho mountains Tho ladles of the Christian church will give a candy pulling Wednesday night In ono of the rooms vacated by Mr Cash tho proceeds will go toward worthy cause All are cordially In vited Mr J H Willis and wife now have full control of the Springs Hotel and prosperous seaton for this toted re ort Is predicted Messrs Sam Tatum and J Shaw Kdmlston are partners in the real estate business horn end Invito palronago from those in need of t tbelrI services There Is a vast amount of lumber to gopher with many locust posts at the lumber yard near tho depot awaiting shipment All this with tho busy litItie saw mill of Mr II Logan tho hoop pool factory tbo mill of Capt Gllkcr son the Belgian haro trade our sever l accommodating merchants and vaI rious other industries and attractions will surely boom Crab Orchard Mrs W A Bealcy and daughter Miss Llszlc made a visit to Dr Walter Bcazlcy and family Dr Uezloy Iet quite III with grip and his two children ore down with measles and whooping cough Mrs Kato McGee Is suffering from a threatened attack of pccumo ale Mrs J C McWhorter is also on tho slok list Mr and Mrs Perkins aro tho happy parents of a bright baby boy Dr Henry Pultus and wife have been blessed with a little girl Mrs Call Dllllon Is making an extended stay In Livingston Mr iI II Cash moved from Crab Orchard to Turners vlllo Monday We regret to eco good leave RUBBLE John W Whlto has moved to Bur gin M U EubankB has a boy al his house Kid A It Mooro will preach here Sunday afternoon nt 230 John Spoonoraoro lost a goof mare and a fine bull by a straw stack falling on them Dont forgot Bishops sale Thursday as you can find anything you want there Wm Bctlls paid his brother Bob 1100 per nero for his small farm on tho now Danville and Lancaster plko H C Walter and Wm Blaokerby have sold their farm pf 100 nosed to Mr ones of Garrard for 83450 Posses aloe given at onto Blaekorby will go to Texas but Walter has not decided Vhoro ho will locate Wo hula to give up as wo need more such men as hey aro In this community Much has been sad about tho report that the buzzards wore eating Robin tend epee alive being a fake I with to say again that the report Is true ondc can bo proven and to our Lancaster friend that wo ore living In a teat ago and tin must not doubt now things OBt pcalutlv when It appears In the iNTRit ion JoURNAL for In Its columns aro found all the latest and strangest hap penlngd of the day LIBERTY Mr TJ Boll has purchased Dr B L Uorrlns handsome residence on Hustonvlllo street There has been quite a change In our county olllcers Sheriff J M Brown nod Jailor T J Bell having ex clanged olllccs Mesas M IC Humphrey and A P Young spent u few days In Louisville lust week Judge Belden has been on tbo sick Hat for a few days Mrs Amanda Bowman is visiting her daugh ter Mrs W M Myers In Huslonvillo Miss Lola Montgomery spent a few days with Sues Pearl Montgomery last week Mrs George E Stone returned homo Saturday from Monilcello whore she has been vlslllng her fitnothcr Mr Josh Stone left for his home In Wash ington City Saturday C II Murrlll of Columbia was hero u few days last week in the interest of his paper Goo E Stone was in Loulsvlllo last week on business Miss Jonnie Wilkinson loft last week for Loulsvlllo to spend a fow months Sirs Salllc Murphy U visit- Ing her daughter Mrs W H Wllkln eon Mlsa Julia Stagg spent Saturday and Sunjjtei with her parents Mr and throwneIs visiting friends in Tho Haylauncefoto treaty as amendo by the Senate Is now before the Jiritish Cabinet for consideration The filet that it has been In head for two weeks and has not been rejected encourages olllclata in Washington to believe that Great Britain will accept the amendments An electric lino from Louiavlllo to Lagrange seems probable LANCASTER Grip still has it tenacious bold In this communityCorn 8183 and 8190 per barrel delivered Mr and Mrs John E Stormes have both been on the sick list this week Two or three cases of diphtheria arc reported in tho upper end of tho county Mr and Mrs W I Williams and children are visiting relatives In Camp bellsvillc Elder A R Moore delivered a die course Sunday morning In behalf of the CWDMW the liveryman has arranged to run a bus to meet both the night trains The Infant son of Mr and Mrs H M Ballou Is dangerously ill of measles and pneumonia The county superintendent Miss Eliza Lusk paid off the public schoolteachers on last Saturday Rev A S Moffett of Lebanon will till engagements hero on the 23rd and 24th and speak In behalfof temperance The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church met Saturday afternoon with Mrs Margaret RobIneonNon Lexington street The democratic committee belda caucus Saturday but no further can didates for nomination have yet an nounced themselves The chickens and turkeys of this section have been affected bB peculiar dltnaaa which le Indicated by a pur plUh tint about the cars Mrs J II Symplon has returned from the vicinity of Mlddieburg where site was called by tbo death jf her mother Mrs WC Mvcrs a Slice Roberts of tho Crab Orchard vicinity Is acting assistant In the tele phone exchange and aiding Slits Spain bower In the arduous work of the olllce Dr J L McKee came up from Dan vllie Saturday but was again taken ill that night and was unable to preach Sunday ho Is a sufferer from chills and other symptoms of the grip W B Burton bought of Wm Doty a horse for 885 also of Joo Chenault a 4 yearold combined gelding at 8135 also another 4ycarold of Fox for 8125 and a coach horse of Barker of Lexington for 8140 MiBsGenaDunlap of Lexington Is the guest of Misses Bertha and Mary Burnsldo Miss Fay Packard of Indo pendenee Mo In visiting Sues May Z Hughes Slice Tovls Caroonter of Stanford hag been visiting Misses Christine Bradley and Maggie Tomlin lion Mlsa Mattie Robertson of Cynthiana has accepted a position as clerk In R H BRlon mercantile establishment Miss Robertson has connected herself with tho Methodist choir and is quite an addition as sbo possesses n floe alto voice The Methodists are fortunate In continually having their choral force augmented by superior talent On today Tuesday ICth at 130 PM the publicspirited citizens of this oily and county hold a masmcctlng In tbo Interest of tho new railroad Gov W O Bradley and other orators will deliver addresses on the occasion and much ardor and enthusiasm will no doubt be aroused In behalf of this gel opportunity for GarrardV growth and prosperity The routo Is already being rosurveycd from Julllco and Lancaster Is mentioned as nno of tho county seals through which the lino Is to pass The Central Record has seen fit to crltlcleo a special scot to the Courier Journal from thla place and thereby indirectly also condemns the I J as the Item in regard to the buzzards eating live sheep first appeared In that pacer in tho Hubble report Tho fact which tbo editor pronounced a fake can be substantiated by men of unquestioned veracity such as James Robinson of Hubble and his son Jacob Robinson of this city James Robinson bought 500 poor mountain sheep early In the fall and tho protracted drouth prevent ed them from gaining flesh and strength They wero placed on his faun along the course of Dlx river among whoso cliffs Is a thickly popula ted buzzards roost Carrion being scarce aa many as live or six birds would attack sheep touring and eating tbo live animal to the bono A regular raid was made on them with shotguns A PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN SPEAKS Prof Itoxa Tyler of Chicago Vice Iresi dent Illinois Womans Alliance in speak- Ing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I sulfured with a severe cold this winter which threatened to run Into pneu monia 1 tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upsnt my stomach A friend advised mo to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and 1 found It was pleasant to take and it re lieved mo at once I am now entirely recovered saved n doctors bill title and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine again For sale by Craig Jr Rocker 1Il t I MACKINTOSHES I iyI 111 BELOW COST W ir Fancy Suits and Overcoats at GreatlyrW Reduced Prices tl lIITPAYS TO TRADEATi THE GLOBE 1 f JJMercbant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Ropafring1 IIEsYour money bark if youre not satisfied t J mILLER S HIRSCH Danville I m ii Successors to J L Frohman ft Co Ilw = v =V i TiTiT vw i V l= AT COST Suits Overcoats tieandWe will sell anything wo have in Clothing for the next 30 days Tins is done in mlcr to make room for our Spring Stock Buy Now And You Will Save Moirey CUMMINS McCLARY J Bucket Pump And Wa ter Purifier water It is tho simplest device for raising It Is the easiest to adjust to any will It is very durable It works easiest It will not freeze It has none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford itPHONE loru TAKE YOUR PRBSCRIPTIONS TO Craig locker Stanford For Accuracy andjow Pricesai WBMRoberts THE DRUGGIST So t Trade With Him 41 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KV TAN 15 1001i E C WALTON MR BRYANS new paper The Commoner will be Issued In a few days It will be a three eoluma clghtpajo pn h per tbo columns to be two and onebal r inches In width The subscription list r bas now passed the 20000 mark Nine clerks arc now employed on the malls and every mall brings hundreds ot letters many of them containing check Mr Bryan hopes to floe the list reacb 50000 before the first issue goes to press The demand for proof shoots or the tltlo page has been eo great that + several thousand proofs will be Issued We fear that somebody is going to be greatly disappointed Mr Bryan cere i talnly baatold all ho knows by tllls time after speaking 60 much for lour years and what ho says now must nec essarlly be a rehash GIFTS and bequests for public pur poses are an item of Increasing vtlue lathe account of American pro rcss During last year they aggregated li2 461304 of which nearly 835000000 or considerably more than onehalf went to universities colleges and other educational institutions Of the remain lug 83o000000 a little more than a lu- went to charities while nearly 9000 000 was given to churches The bal ance of 5000000 was divided obout t evenly between museums art Jallerles and libraries r REPRESENTATIVE C K WUEILER of the first district who Is a candid t for tho democratic nomination for Un ted States Senator announces tbatl favors the primary election plan 01 making r nomination and is willing to submit his claims to the democrat voters of the State All right Mr Wheeler you can have all the prima + les you want but the people whnt cx Gov James B McCreary of Madison as Deboes successor and by the otcr f nal theyre going to have him DR JOHN M WILLIAMS of ItVernon who will contest Hon G G Gilberts seat In Congress was knock oi out In the first round In the office of Uufers Hotel Louisville the otb night Curtis Dearlog of that city dealt the fatal blow and the Courl basia up Williams called Mr Dearlng a name which offends and that gentleou lost no time In resenting tM insult TILE call for a primary which will aupear In our next Issue gives all democrats a chance to participate as well r as those of other parties who have seethe error of their way and who evil support democratic nominees from now hence No democrat has an excuse to stay out of the party now aud we hope and believe they will all come- backI and do better hereafter THE court room was crowded whc Hon John G Carlisle presented tb plaintiffs side of the Insular cases the supreme court Ho held that Pore to Rico became a part of the Unites States when the treaty of pence was ratified and that the Island was entl tied to all benefits under the constitv tion His elTort was a masterly one r THERE Is a surplus of heat of 800 degrees and a deficiency of seven Inchc of rain and snow to be made up befor 4 the March winds blow but no one need to disturb himself for fear the one will not be exhausted and the other evened up before that thuo A month and a half of sovero winter may be in store for us yet TilE L Sc N railroad is in a Ilou rU h Ing condition financially as the follow- Ing will show It has just declared a 21 per cent seml annual dividend af tor paying 2401li2 Interest on Its bonded Indebtedness 8108000 In taxes i and has a surplus of S352IO left Few 4I roads can make such a showing f Tilts is the way Senator Pettlgroi pays his respects to Gen Shatter The 3victoryat Santiago was not won by Shatter but In xplte of Shatter Now we propose to promote him for mere blundering Incapacity and Inetllclcnc without paralell In history of battles resulting In victory POLITICAL The electors chose Ilobort L OlTut to carry the certificate of the States vote for president to Washington The Senate has passed the Congrcs atonal Reapportionment mil just as It came from the House It will now gu to the president for his signature- It Is announced at Indianapolis that Addison C Harris Of that city has been agreed on as Attorney General Grlggs successor In McKInloys cabl net Tho republicans of the New Hampshire Legislature have nominated Henry E Burnbain for the United States defeating Senator Chandler IySenate others- Republicans in the Indiana Legisla i ture are to rush a bill through to raise Governorelect Durbins salary from 95000 to 8000 The democrats will the scheme and a lively fight la expected The Henry M Ashby Camp of Con fcdcrato Veterans at MIddlcsboro pas cd resolutions condemning the acton of the camp of the army of Tenn 8ce at Now Orleans In protesting nlalnst the Invitation to President M 1Jnlo f to the Confederate reunion at Mem phisA vote on the Army Rcorganlza Bill may be reached about the middle of the weok in tbo Senate The Ship Subsidy bill will not be taken up un II the various appropriation bills have been disposed of The River and Harbor bill will be passed by thb House this week Employes ot the Eighth district collectors olllco are expecting a sbakeup when Denton takes charge G W Welsh the defeated candidate Is cred- Ited with having provided for the re tension of tho olllco at Danvlllo and the continuance of the government fund on deposit In his bank The relations between the United States and Venezuela will be seriously strained unless the latter modifies Ita position with reference to the nphalt rights Tho United States has remonstrated against the exercise of exec live authority and insists that the courts decide the controversy Attorney General Brcckluridge wllh the consent of Gov Bcckham has em iloyed Attorney Murray Hubbard of privateIto udltor for the assessment of franchise axes Tbo companies aimed at are Ibe- efrigertor tank and horse car corpora ionsCongressman Levy New York leetii to think that ho bad disclosed a mares nest when he Informed the Coinage Oom nitlee that Mr Bryan had told him that II he Bryrn were elected president be could find a way to pay the obligation 01 the goverment in silver But what or itr Bryan wasnt t able to find any to be elected president bou Times It U hardly probable that any earn nest opposition could spring or be worked up In the district composed 01 oyle Lincoln Garrard and Caqey BlalnsT Hon George T Farris succeed Ing himself in the State Senate In due course of succession it Is Casey time to name the candidate and we ave a straight tip that she proposes to waive the right In favor of rcwardln inator Farris for his faithful service by a renomlnatlon Somerset Journal NEWS NOTES lames B Iceland died in Hancock county aged 103 years James Jones a Tuylorsvillo men cbant has a violin said to be 227 years oldA newly organized militia company waa mustered into service at Bard town William J Trenholm former controller of the currency is dead In New YorkNcar Friars Point Miss Deputy SberltT James Lucas was killed from ambush hyalclana state that tbero are over 500 cases of the grip In Cyntbiana and vicinityA at Minneapolis killed her igbter by striking her over the hcad- wltb a bottle Judge C W Short of Plnovlllo Is In a critical condition as a result of a paralytic stroke The court of appeals granted a new- trlal to Lon Hart of Perry county under twoyears sentence Albert Adler a Birmingham Ala capitalist Is dead of injuries sustained In a tail from a high trestle A traveling printer got drunk got married and got In jail all In one day- down In Tennessee last week Stockholders of the defunct Gorman Dank of Louisville have been assessed 8 per share to pay the depositors The Confederate Veteran camp of New York will hold a dinner in honor or Gen Robert E Leo on January 8Ithe last 30 days tho big railroads bave contracted for over 200 locomo- tlves and 81500000 worth of now cars A man at Now Albany N Y cut his wifes throat broke hU sons hcal1- with a baseball bat and committed silt cldeIn a fight InSpencer county Presley Walker Jr struck Thomas Hunter- vlth a rock and the latter is In a crltl conditioneorgo wanted In Wolfe cou- ntylor raising onedollar bills to 10s was arrested at San Francisco He had- enlisted In the army C B Lowry was elected president of the board of Lexington alderman on tbe- 620d ballot The lower board of alder men of the council Is deadlocked In the past year there has been a net- Increase In the ranks of the Maccabees of 5000 The order although only 20- iyears old now numbers 500000 mem bersSusan A Watbon said to have becn- Irom Louisville Is dead In a ChlcaoI- nsane asylum and the coroners juy- held her death duo to a criminal open atlonTho jury in the Paso of Joseph Koltb charged with the murder of Nora Keith returned a verdict at Prince ton Ind alter deliberating nearly four hoursA Is before the Kansas Lcglsla ture carrying an appropriation of 810 J 000 with which to purchase poison to extermlnnte prairie dogs In Western Kaneas Georgo Murphy of Lexington com mlttcd suicide at the Phanlx 110tel Louisville He resorted to the phtol remedy for pain while suffering rrom pleurisy The committee of lawyers appolntcd to Investigate tbo accounts of Circuit Clerk Ralnoy at Niuhvllfo has mad preliminary retort showing a sbortage of nearly 25000 A cry of fire dung an entertainment In the Hebrew quarter of Chlc go caused a panic In which at least tllx persons were crushed to death nnd many moro Injured Boston capital Is said to be Interest ed In a deal for the development of land in Johnson and Lawrence coun ties The deal is being engineered b former Congressman Colson Rankin demons a wealthy PIlette county farmer was called to his door and received from a bludgeon In the hands of an unknown person a Iracture of the skull which may result In hit deathProbably the most Important oil discovery in years has been mado In Jel ferson county Texas The well la own ed by J M Gulley of Pennsylvania and Is producing It Is estimated l5COO barrels a day The American Cigar Company In corporated at Trenton N J with 0 capital ot 810000000 is understood to have been formed for the purposo of taking charge ot the roanufactur department of the American Tobacco CompanyMiss Culver aged 20 arose at daybreak at her home at Coryd went out to Into tho yard anti owallt cd an ounce of carbolic acid She died In the afternoon She had many times threatened to commit suicide but left no explanations In Prescott Washington orank Sloan blindfolded Miss Ella Boone nnd In a playful moment kissed her Sbo had never been kissed and rcscntl the Indignity she jabbed u hat pin Into leg breaking It oil Blood poles set up and Sloan Is now dead Theodore Hallam by his attorney a petition In the court of appeal for a writ of mandamus restraining CIr- cuit Juduo Tarvin from disbarring hIm roin practlcd pending a hearing of the rule entered Dec 31 He also asks lorI t special judge to hear the dlsbarmo proceedingsThe conflict between the State and Federal court In Kentucl vlll be avoided by an opinion dollven by Judgo Tonoy of Louisville In whllh ho Instructs the receiver of tho Mutu Reserve Fund Life Association of Now York appointed by him to obey the Federal courts Injunction At the same time ho denies the Federal courta right to issue the Injunction CHURCH MATTERS Mountain Episcopalians have e tab shed a college at Corbin with Rev W Hancock at Its head The Philippine commission is consl ring the matter of religious Inetru tlon In the public schools Tbe congregation of the Paris Chris tan church will build a new church building at a cost of 840000 The following Is selfexplanatory In- the last INTERIOR JOURNAL I notice that you made some mention of the fact that a war had been started In Iddlesboro on ragtime music and ascribed the preaching against th same to RevG W Mills No I am- the one who did the shooting and- am proud of the battle Some preach era give It to the Mormons far away- and to the Turks In Turkey but I tr to give It to those of my own lock and ngregatlon who need It And this the only thing I care to bo remember ellaa doing namely preaching against the popular sine of the present day and- tlmc regardless of who It hits And I pray for graco to leave tho result with God We are enjoying n prosperous pas rate Your old friend II R MILLS Pastor M E Church South THIS AND THAT Beazloy Bros sold four horses yes terdllYat 3108 Mrs N Kerr Tunis died at Danville Sunday afternoon In ono day at BradfordsvUlo lust- week 23 mad dogs wore killed Miss Lena Walker daughtcrof Steve Walker of Whites Station la dead Reuben L Goucher and Miss Lent laughter will bo married atA Slaughters today oJ G Cecil sold to Ewalt of Georgia a hreoycarold Gambctta Wilkes filly for 8850 A bill Introduced in the Tennessee glslaturo provides tho death penalty lor kidnaping The aged mother of Mrs R P ams who used to board at tbo St As- alb is dead in Lexington Senator Hoar was unanimously ro nominated for reelection by tho repub lIeans of the Massachusetts Senato In the Mouse Saturday Mr Dorolng spoke in advocacy of nn amendment he- Ill oiler to the Hirers and Harbors Hill preprinting 8100000 for the upper inberlnnd He criticised the approprl aUon for Licking river and said it seemed that Chairman Burton and Iteprcsenative nerry of the committee lied sacrificed thelr States for the benefit of their 11I- strlets Residence For Sale Or RentI A very iloslrablo residence of ten roots with all tuCeasury outbuilding Iniludtn leo houau lend tllhlo with lunge garden attacked Thu iiwrtyl cuutrnlly lucatet- In HiHtonvlllu ooaeselml Rlvn nt once rOt terms apply to II V Logan llua tonvlllo or LiUonU Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your painting I papernodword I will sell you paper n cheap us you torhullwork guaraatced J J IIKLDEX Stanford Kv PREACHERSUILLE INSTITUTE- IREtOIiEitSViLbE KY IocnJIInpinto ns that found In tho ordinary high N Incluaing kitchen curUeii and kinder carton In the department The common school btllndlll higher Jlatlu nmtlei Monet Lan and tho Illblc Not further tirtlculant ndJn vi J C MclCcc 1rlnrlpul FOX lit LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses And Mules constantly on hand and for sale lit nil times W Logan Wood Manager He C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call A s PRICE jDcntbt Stanford c KyOOllltlOY Owaleyiluildteg RA JONES DENTIST Stanford I Office over IIislns A McKinncyfl Stor Tel houe No s h GUN REPAIRING I No mitiur what HIXIDK with yowl gun sepal It to us und It will bo Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At n moderate cost DANVILLE CTCLK Co IIS Third 8t Danville Ky Drs Slavin PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will lit In Panrlll ManUji Wedoelaysand- Nrldaya Will In In Stanford TuwHayi Tbunlayi uJ Sal unliji- Oco In the Iennln ton llnllllr SUnfvnl O ece boun to AM Iu4 P9- OSTEOPATHY Thli ScienM original and delo1 ly lrA T Still or lilrlTlllr Ma drwult oil she lrlnclllee of Anatomy and 1liyilolugy fur Iti n no ruhbiu- gnoturxlnlopvrationaujrlalm hlng tuiicr natural lhtrolathylewa man u a marhlnti ofno man arta lla aJJuninrui Wbtu all parts are teprorlradjiuic and not orrrworlctd hralth i the result Soneof the llva tmolN ly iu Nmom rwtratlon llradachea Neuralitla IthtumatUm liyw Granulated Mdi blue IInnIJrer and Ijung Hiinavt Oonitl allon loI rhandlntanallnublc Itwueeellknre and tlirjulnu IaralfrirImmntinrnoeoFUrine tarouwmrAtax- a Ir ComulUtlou tiro TWO FARMS FOR SALE Hating JttldKl to IOO iwill lljiriiatrlr my arm on whirI litre il of a illefroui Dnbaid Ky This farm la line and In lrtatrohcdtirntlnn 10seres ot river ottom und that Ii Him rn and ui tdaw land ilann w acres If upUiul anil will adapted to Will sheet bltlft frai i and all oilier crop lrtk veiling ofk rouau andcollar a well of iplrmlld txxtone wrier it the rimy two gnol tenement onset new tarn and all nrmaary outlmUdlDKi Ith plenty ol gwol fruit and an ahundatirt of lock wa er make tlili the tart desirable lirm In ill end of the county Ala a fanu of alnut urea Ollie from Crab reuard Kyon fjuifuleratrrrt opposite the fa moul Crab Orchard All In gran with a large lOk ham and an abundance water with ooenl the anal building tltea In the neighbor a ales cottage In Stanford Ky on tnUIl- er ttrovl with good clitcru garden tcuttached- drraor fnrthe rtlnlara call nn or a if II 1IUONAUOII Crab Orchard Ky J+ G + JcCbMY TJNDEarAXmB Manufacturer nml Dealearln SAS1TESS SADDLE BY 8cO Stanford KyS r first Announcement I Ol tho Seasons CutlMeo Time at tho LOUISVILLE STORE Always brings the wailing crowd in a rush Get in early if you want tilt advantage of the first pick Tho CUT PRICB PRUNING KNifE Ibis bien applied all over the house Thin is the seesaws clean up in till CLOAKS CAPES FURNISHING GOODS HATS AND SHOES Capes One lot of Ladies Cloth Capes that Wl sold at tl coil fI 2 closlng out price 4Sc One lot Ladle Cloth Capes il CO and f2 finality wilt be olwcil at 76c rind II A low 250 plush capes will dose at tl25Meas Overcoats Sow Is your chance for chcpoo MonXSlO 00 Coat cut 107 03 d 8 00 437 fPto It 8 PS 00II MMMMM 9 fH Store Hoy1 Boys 12 00 Coat Overcoatsf2 60 n 400 oo 10 ilMotu dens Iletvy Winter Ch lii- 3fj to COo goods go in this wlo at we Ladiess Jackets A few Ii 60 Jaokote for Udlw will be- okeed oast at i 1110 All to Jllcktlll will ko Blewl at 13 All ChlWrrnii Jackets wilt Ut cl H i wit r ff rillMM of coU 10sofjs cut down in pruportiou including Heavy Underwear And lbens Heavy Shirts Louisville SHLINCER BROS PRORS or 0 JDY MGJR H Furniture Carpets Mattings ae- r Wait For The New Goods A Saliil Car lAnd of Matting Carets Oil Cloth hags and Assorted lngg u wll arrive within the next two weeks Prices Will Surprise You It m w W WITHERS Stanford KyA i td SEE t The Chattanoooao Steel Beam Plow Before You Make a Purchase Geo H Farris 8 Co 200 Business and Pleasure Horses 20th Sale on January 20 80 and JJl and February 1 19Q1 At The OM Itcllahle Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Kentucky Aclenllwledlltl patrona nil over the Stuto 10 ho fluent tile boat lillhlllhCtl lilIes In uothe South AIIVlnglID1t110000 h08cII1 fool cornletent to tnanago your stock Cost lightRuyera numerous tlIdacloty prices track 200 box Enter your stock hlanhIhonu i rti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL q STWOIID KY JAN 1001 r bull prescription work la unsurpass PeanyeDruJ OVALS MRS K T BKAXLitv In very slok Mils M J MILUJU la critically III JOIN Inii ut LlvlnjjstoD was hare lust week MllB A B Rte of Harrodtburi Is with friends hero L HASTIN of Hast Burn I fetatit wna here Saturday JOHN KIMS and daughters Mine Balllo and Zoo aro I Mils J W BOUT who has been earl ouily III li Improving slowly Jot IIAILKY of Mercer SpOilt never al day i with T D Newlond Jr Mils JS luau of Lexington pent several days with her parents horo MlU W C WlliTK of Parluvlllo paid ui uihalantlal call yesterday Miss DAISY VANDKVKKHls visiting Miss Florence Tanner at McKinney OKOKOK CAWKNTKU leaves this week to visit a relative at Ocala Fla MllB JW BIIYANT of Vcrtntlloi Ie with her sister Mrr K II Beazloy Miss SALLU SIIEITON spent several dope with Mtu Pearl Pollock at Llv locton Mu J TKVH Jnsst ot Lebanon Va la vlolllng Mr James T hackle l and family Miss ANNIK GOVKU was tbo RUCI of Miss Salllo Hay In tho Buckeye section of Garrard Mil K S AHSOLD Is another of our oltlMns who has vory foolishly moved to Danville KKNK8T G Hltowv of tbo Central Record was hare working for that palper yesterday yWoousAdalla Woods Dlt W A BKOWX and Mr If antler ion of lArkvUl are gtMrUe of Dr And Mrs K J Hroo DK JW PAHKIIIU war In from OttooUeltn yesterday lie say be Is doing nicely In his nw hid MtERDAMHH Joe KIM BUKNBIUK nnd C S Ballou of Garrard epnl yostar day with Mr G A Melloboru Ikril Ssisator O T Fame amt Y W Lilian wre lure yesterday ohak log band with the dear toploL- ITTLH MIHSICH MARY SAIIA AND IvATJlBKlNK AKNOLUtlIMlnuveral dBI with Ml s Bab Coulur In Boyle OUR good frUodProf M I lleghe of Lanotuter came to lees ysetarda and brought along a new tuhtorlber- MK ANTI Mm W R MANIKII of XariivtlU arrived Monday morning togive attend the bedside of Mrs M J Ml for MK A K HCNOIHY wa olcotml dl roator of the Boyle National Bank to Buoue d his uncle CapL A E Logan decea ed Mil MtOiUv PITJKIHHAIU was elected assistant oathlor of the First National Bank nl London an honor worthily bellowed MK A Y FurtKk formerly of Gil pin Casey county order hl8 paper lent to Orlando Florida whore ho and I his wife have moved MILS WAVKKLV HAMILTON nnd- MlMcy Annlo Taylor and Salllo Dud dararepenteoveraldays vlthMril It Gentry In Danville Tit Mt Vernon Signal prints a goo picture and writeup of that clover gentleman and sterling democrat W 1 C Mulling of Ilockcaatlo J Mu W P WLTONOr tho Loxlng l ton Democrat came over Friday anti returned Sunday He has been cunsld orably Indisposed lfts family Is a t Hon J S Oweleye- Mu J H Busil has located at Rich l mond for the practleo of Me profession t lIe hat entered Jho law olllea of lion W n Smith Mr Bush II a floe you up man and an A lawyer SATCHOAYB Loulitvtlle Time prlnta ingood picture of the beautiful Mies t B MBlo Duhlap of Danville who will be sponsor for Ryan Commander at the Triennial Conclave In Loulivlll- eJulxmT MOKHOW passed up t t Wllllamsburg Saturday to hold court Ho has not boon in Somerset since tho smallpox broko out there He say AI however ho is satisfied it Is nothing moro than chickenpox Miss HKLKN THUIIMOND of Lin coin county Is visiting her slater Mrs John S May Mr and Mrs J K ClauDch have Bono to housokceplnyo Orchard street anti are Inoxpresledly happy Somerset Journal PET BUCK who went to tho cenI tral part of tho State somo weeks ago to returned without doing buy a farm has so Mr Beck is au excellent gifa tloiuan and a good citizen and hl friends hope ho will conclude to re main in Wayne Montlcello cor SOlDI erset Journal LOCALS 1 INTKUESTINO prices on Oliver Plow- at IJIllllns McKlnnoYIIit Wt are ottering some exceptional values in tncne and womens shoes to close Severance L SonitDEPUTY SIIKUIFP SiN arrest ed at Rowland last night John Million wanted In Bell for gaming Tilt supervisors aro etlll In session will bo during tbo week WB have on hand at tho mill bran and ihlpstulT W H Traylor It WANTBD n good white sober blank smith J B Rout Hustonvillo New lot or wom ne and chjldrena shoos just received Cummins L Me Clary ISIUCIAL10 days to reduco stock J H Baugh man ft Co it STltVK iCBTHS Is again nt his placo InIhis shop at Crab Orchard and wants his friends to remember him gftniiiMiiiitland stocK and crop near Hubble Wedbncsday It will bo a big on- eHAD1 T claw ycrevllloso badly it had to bo amputated Foil SAIK Aonohorso Horse power Sultnblo for running a cutting box or light machinery A C SineS W C STANDKHLL of Ncals Creek found u purse containing one note and several bills The owner can lava it by calling on him Miss ELL N BALIX U bought of her father Elder Joseph Ballou Qvo share of stock In tho Lincoln County NaI tlonal Bank at 810360 AGAIN tho Danville papers were a day lato In arriving hero The swing ing up of a few postal clerks might help mall mailers considerably SAUJ Tunco McKlroy of Lanca tar has bought of John Martin his farm near Saulloy containing about 200 auras for 12000 Mr Martin U undo elded as to his future Ills frlenJo horo elsewhere will learn with regrnt the death of Mr Stephen Vanderpool at Groosbeck i lie lived at Crab Orchard un a few year ago slid was n moat oxItollent clllten Atl claims airalnot the oily of Stanford meet be lied with the finance oornI Mtlttee three day before regular meet Ins of the council or same will have toI go over until the next regular meeting L R Hughes clerk Foil SPKIIKIINoSolomon an Blljttb Fleming nail Mack YonU delivered to Jailor DeBord Sunday morning by the herlll of Perry oounIty They aro all charged with murder their trials are set for next montbI STATHMRNTS ample Account lawYIn loiter heads puce treads statements bills posters c nt this o01ceVe can you tpoetal bargains In anvolojNM ome as cheap SlSi per 1000 BANK Srociv SALKS Tho two ebnrce of Lincoln County flank Stock advertised by JP Chandler wero bought by Silas Andoreon at SI05 3 IIn and the eight shares of First National mock belonging to Hid Joseph Ballou wont to 111 Goodknlght atllOS Lmi BllOKKN Luolen Dunn son of Mr A C Dunn had the misfortune to break his loft log below tbo knco Son day morning rho horse no was rldi- nsllIed on the lea and roll on him Young Dunn will bo remembered a tho handsome lliilo follow who won the boys riding ring at iho Uualon instdsummer GAIT MATT Low who has beer running aa passenger conductor on this division of the L AN for years has bees given a bettor run on the Main Lino There never was a moro iicoom rnodatlng gentleman than Mr Lowo and the traveling public on the K D will greatly mUs hU courteous treat ment and suave manners Ho has beenI succeeded by Capt P C Iloonnkar as uluver u conductor as over pulled ii b11I cord Ho has made many n trip as a extra and la no stranger to the Iwo pie along Iho IInoITliKwIll of Mr James wa probated yuslorday and J B Paxton hisonamesake J G Givens S00 to Dr J G Carpenter 000 to J G Carpenter Jr S4OO to J G Bright of Illinois to Miss Maggie G Bright Mrs Miinirln G Tni fii Mrs Maggie 0dJobnson of Texas and Mrs Nora Ayres each t300 to tho Masonic WId owe and Orphans Homo of Louisvillet and the residue of tub the children of his deceased brother George who live In the West The executor la directed to sell the farm MYKKS As stilted In our lust Miss Mary A Myers pursed Into tho great beyond Thursday night egad liO oho IVaB born In Stanford and the greater part of her life load been spent In Lin coin county but during tho last decode she hud passed somu of the time witht relatives In California Mlea was a devoted member of tho Christians church and was an excellent lady in many ways She left an estate valued- charltabloIin tho vault In Buffalo Cemetery Satur day morning after services by Elder Joseph Balloa and they will be interred In tbo Fork church graveyard in Gar rard at an early date HAVK your prescription Oiled at Craig t Hockei1 LOSTA gold watch charm with ladles picture Leave alibis olflco SEE the Chattanooga Steel Bcumh Plow before you buy G H CuTwo residences on Weal Main Street pollleo+ TUB best establishments in Louis vlllo or Cincinnati can not show you a line of embroideries than wo J j Jona PADaETT Mrs Beltlo Padgett died at her homo near Pleasant after a lingering Illness The urial occurred Sundayt0 JUDOB JAMKSP BAILEY appointed the following trustee for LboI town of KIngsvlllo Messrs W L McCarly W It CundltT F M Howe Ji W Acton and G A Walter IN JnmeeP Baileys courtI James Hlalt was lined 82 for engaging in a fight with Tim W Hutch Ison and James D Basttn 810 for obstructing a private passway of Mr Hutchison 0 BUIINKU Prudence the twoyear old daughter of B F Forrlll of More was badly burned by her clothes catching flro from a grata In saving tho little thing Its mother fearfully burned her hands Tim very latest In New York swell society Is that carriage teams for use by bridal parties must consist of ono white and ono black horse As a result livery men aro offering fancy prices for weil matched pairs of opposite color YOLli attention Is called to tho ad verilsemont of Carson ft Pence TheyI handle an uptoduto line of vehicle wagons farming Impluments harness Ac and their prices are the lowe Call and see tholr sloek and got their prices before buying anything In their line WAS It by aooldent or mutual agree mont that both the Danville News and Advocate printed on the same day oats Cashier Edwards of the Bank of Parryville and wrlteaiH of the quit little oily on the Chaplin If ih0ro agreement it wa qulto a camel ddunce BllBlDHSwill James Glvens mentioned olsewhore Miss Mary My ers will was probaiad yesterday She gives all her property to relatives and Dawteons will was admitted for probation but was continued until Friday when It will be tried IN the Franklin circuit court judg mont was rendered against a number of circuit clerks and exclerks In favor of the State for tho amounts paid by mis lake to the said clerks before tbo law wont late effect allowing tho clerks f5 each criminal trial where there la a conviction Kxclrcult clerk Judge James P Balleywill have a right snug sum to pay by tho courts ruling OK the smallpox scare at Somerset the Journal says Rumors of the ox Utcncc of smallpox In the county have been rife for the past few weeks An smallpoxe countnY for a month pail few cases of this order have occurred In the city Tho physicians have generally pronounced It chickenpox No deaths havo occurred from the ailment except one at Bronstop n very frail subject H rUIKNDS of Al A Burns deceased are indignant at the report started that that gentleman committed suicide The breaking of a blood vessel caused his death four doctors say und they certainly ought to know The romaine wore Interred In tha Uustonvlllo Com dory Saturday after services at tho Anlargo crowd was present Including a number of his Lexlnglon friends who accompanied the remains over Mr Burns loft property amounting to between 4000 anti 5000 A KNOXVIITK dispatch says W II Wells chief engineer ot the Southern railway reached this city from JoIIIco I7o had been there to give Instructions a party of engineers He says ho- irected them to begin at once on III final survey of a route from Jclllco to Burgln for the Southern railway ox tension Ho states that the survey and construction can bo completed In less then two years Now let the peoplo of Stanford and Lincoln county do tbo proper thing by giving the rlghtof way and making other Inducements and arc many months wax and wane the Southerns whistle may bo heard P1U MAttCII10The county committee decided yesterday on a prl wary and set Saturday March 10th 4Idate Wo are glad tbo members took our advice in calling it at un early date and wo sincerely hope wo may bo convinced yet that a primary is tho judicious and satisfactory way of naming a ticket tly from now until tho closing of tho polls ou the 10th but the pulling must cease then Democrats should remember that they are members of the same household and bo careful that they neither do or say anything In the heat of battle that will hurt the party ISMLLIOXN W Hughes who camp up from Somerset Sunday says that 20 people broke out with smallpox there Saturday night JONES shoo sale Is a live ono Ho as sent many pairs to Lancaster Crab Orchard Hustonvllle Somerset and Danville Hurry if you want in BEAR In tnlnd that the Knights of will play the Chicago Glee a superb musical organization at Waltons Opera louse Friday night Jan with GARIKNTEK FoSIIaRIFFGeorgo- S Carpenter announces in this lsuo his candidacy for sheriff subject to the action of tho democratic party Having served as deputy sheriff tor a number years ho is well qualified for tho of flee ho seeks and his friends all over tbo county would like to see his hopes realized Mr Carpenter bas been vat ing the democratic ticket for a longtime and now feels as many of his friends do that ho is entitled to some recognition hnW-ALietJohn W Walker son of Mr Arch Walker of Garrard and nephew of Dr J B Owsloy of this place died Sunday evening of a com plication of troubles aged 23 The burial will occur at Old Paint Lick at 10 oclock this morning Mr Walker went wltb Capt Penny company to Porto Rico and had been in very bad health since his return some eight months ago Ho was a clever a Table young man and his death wilt cause sadness wherever ho Is known Goo S Carpenter I countyubja FOR SALE cottageandan itcru Dull on or udilroM J 1 CASH Maywood Ky CAPT STONE ShorthornRnhlcow rtntovml privllcgmR CATTLE LOST II theIIIKgins thenlion rpoovwryTW tlon City Ky Farmers Roller Mills STA1TFOSD S7 Morris Prod Pror- haw bought the Carter Straub Mill In HupplvlniIt readytoFlour Meal Shipstuff Food Etc Having hud dealing with u great ExclnmgeiwrticnatleastoftheiratronageFullwelgh very my motto oDd patronugu Ii8Irl1uMOltlUS KUEP Stanford POSTED I hrrrbT notlrr IhlluLlIr that mr Iaoni is poet treeauIngi to the run extentofthelaw dFEL- tNDPRUITTBROS MOItELAND KY Keep on hand at all tithes a Splendid As sortment of hIII NIl III3Lr Also CasketsLivery Da Sa Carpenter IIUSTo LIE Iii Has so urod the agency for Dvorlng Ma noogplliseplowwlllchu lIuzllldcnCI PUBLIC SALE Having decided to go to to Oklahoma I will on THURSDAY JAN 17 1901 Offer publicly to tile highest bidder AcrossOnacne with Improvements consisting of i porchegoodhnry outbuildings This land U In high state ot cultivation olllllgrIlM s and Is well watered by springs Hanging Fork I unlmprovodthatwatered by an overlastlng spring was bro hndIIculllnhlKhgrlllluu lot of 1olled Durham bull und helter regllltoredJersey cows also pair of No mulls Syearold combined horse Gycarold yearhugSouthdown All ewes broil to No bucks A lot of brood sows and shoats will go 290 orIHIhnnewagons hayrak0almost new phaeton and harness and other things too numerous to mention Will also turnlturuWill farmTermsF I 1IISH01 llubulo Ky 7 t 00e0 eeee0eeee0e00OOOOOU0 00- o 0- o NEW FIRM I o 0 p 0 0 pn0 Ibo firm name of 0 0 GM SOJt J PEJGE + i t 0We will keep in stock at nil times a handsome line of i Buggies carriages 8c Harness o o Also Farming Implement In addition we wit handle all kinds of 0o grain Corn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will favor the now Io firm with your patronage 1 remain Hespt Yours 0 i 0tNew I StoreWo have opened a full line of ffD Groceries tC In the Miller Store Itooni next door to Cummins R McClnrya and Mk Z 0priccs00Bcrything tag W IV SAUNDERS t CO STANFORD KY le fI t e04 li s1 a 4tA tt JI rqr tf rt l 4 N a N a F r jt ei Odds and Ends a i1 r 1 cr Th YCleaning up Time Is with us We need the room as well as the money in thesefeva 1 t Remnants and Job Lots 4 itiCJ JWe have them in Every Line See our window and notice 0 the prices on every item ytL J Wi rl Itoctot DIRT CHEAP I I I a e4 l 0111tit a1 A r OioO I o JS t ra 1 t a S I 4 I J t b1 t f l iie t Two lucre weeks oflbrcd you in which to secure tliose goods below the cost price February 1st positively ends this oiler Remember ft tnkes tIll SPOT CASH to get them Every mans slice in the house goes in this sale Cv tsl + lt 4it cv47fVw7 11 kll t14 C iaR1Jb7P t I HTgQRBffPSBVINBTOYODlI MM M m j SCJOO Iltiuon Shoe S4 00 85 00 S3 76 S4 50 irclinera Bottmnnns S2 00 si 50I S2 CO S2 1ft JI1t11G bt 1IYwJ lIsb fl Vil v 8 t tlmide nh h 1 1 li i mt m y Severance Sons I j DRY GOODS AND SHOES m I NEW EMBROIDERIES We Imvc just placed on Sale the Fnest Line of Hamburg m Edgings nUll Laces wo have ever shown Hltlutifulmatcholl in all widths from tho dainty nar irow ones for the babies dress to tho wide opplique cHoctH You should see what wo can sell you at 5c it yard See tho special values in checked Nainsook Cambricks Cottons timid Dimities r OUR REMN0NT COUNTER i 11 Is full of good things and t the you of r aeILinings Calicoes Outings 1Litters anti lltitnhurgs lw They arc going fast and you should not wait until tluoa best nro gone a ttiIOpposite Court house I EB r fJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL sad Tc ridsa T5bllBli arutaY 1 PER YEARCAS I ffWhen not opslJ33fO will bocharg Entered n the post ofee at Stanford a i econddau matter ov KNOXVILLE DIVISION 21 Train going North MM M a m 2 a 11II m sII d South 12 Sa 23fI HTiilTrtlllln1lP P m For tlllPolnu CENTRAL DIVISION pNo2ArrrlresatStanfordat 103 X Stanford at 210 No21Arrlvesatltowlandat1200 NoM Leaves Stanford mt r X QUEEN It CRESCENT rains South rasa Junction City No1 2r + ees not 1101103 1150 p x NoS 1122 Not alu r u Oolnf South No2 doesnt stop No 4 34 No 6125 r w So 10 6 FRANKFHf AND CINCINNATI Trtlni Rare Frankfort atCSO AM S40r II and r w conoecting at Georgetown with the Q C Bcturulnff leave Paris at vSO and 1140 r k reaching Frankfort after connecting with Q C trains at 1120 Ast7lor and 915 p L bllatler train leaies for Georgetown at715p UtnWTONUIA I PhilippinetCAIHNO P I Dec 6 lOOOIf yi will allow mo epaco In the columns of your valuablo paper I should like to rer late the details of Co L 22d U S ID fintry fight which began on Dec 4 at r il A M and Continued until 1030 P same date First Lieut C IL Bridges r y twlth six men mounted left this place when they reached the Barrio of SaD Feruandlno they met a Chinaman wbo had been waylaid and robbed of 100 j Peeos 50 gold The lieutenant hur s tied tour of his men to the place of tbo robbery and dispatched two men bay for reenforcements I hurried dOIVD etalrs and with 30 men with Corporal Foster In charge hurried to the lIeu tenant when we reached the place we were almost exhausted We soon sav that there were Insurgents crossing tbo Ulo Grande River We hurried lind the Chinaman recognized one of then 1wecaptured blm and found he had one revolver 45 calibre Colts 00 model after which we took him and made use t of him as a guide Ho told us that bo would take us directly to tho Insurgei biding place We followed him a distance of three miles where we wei met from crossing the river and becon tog tired and thirsty and the guide SOOD lost us and started on another trail which brought us back exactly whet i we started from Then we told him a that we would shoot him and by forco to be a faithful guide or meet death when he answered In a trembling voice Come on We followed him a distance of about six miles when he showed us where tho t enemy was and found nothing but empty barracks disgusted we burner the building and started for our quar tern at Cablno The sun had now bid den itself behind the cocoanut palm and knew that we would soon be lost In f the darkness and the path through tbi tall eYa sbeIng very narrow and tit mud kneedeepwith the thought of meeting the crouching Insurgents wad not a very pleasant sensation Indeed und then I thought of the moon so I 4 sold to the boys Leave us cheer up r boys the morn will soon rise and we can see the road which was gradually Improving so try and pull through we soon came to the river when we knew we were noar home when thoI lieutenant said Now keep quiet we will get them hers sure so we and while we wore slyly walking uptbo river tho word hallo halt rang out our guide answered then came tho word Ano kyo ob or who is I Wo did not uanwor them until we badI lorded our pieces when we them with a volley to which they ordered u shower of bullets poured out upon us Wo charged upon their posi tlon when we thought evervthlng was over and O K 1 Wo assembled and started up the river towards Cablno filing alonga rice Jiald and us we were going around a corner the column was almost around when we received the volley from the opposite side that wounded Private William Dolt the effects from which bo died at 310 A M today lIe was shot through the abdomen and taunt have suffered great pain from the tlmo he was shot one of the shots went through the lieutenants pants near the knee and never grazed the skin while soother went through the shirt of Pri vate William Schneider who thought sure that he was shot when I heard Private Dold say 0 Lord I am shot Private Schneider was seen looking for a bullet holu In lilt body I asked him are you shot be said I expect I I told hlm to let me know as soon us he could nod I would bandage his wounds Hut poor Dold cried for mercy we carried him to tho riyer placed him in a boat and rowed across to the otherslde be inquired wo ho could live all of us If thought we told him wo all thought ho would and not to worry that ho would feel right in a few dayn But poor fellow ho could not stand It he did well un til last night when he grow worao aDdI I said I thought ho would not live until ImorDIDg which ho did not passing away at 330 101Ie w sinceL I I have been hero nearly two yea and In all that tlmo have never felt heartbroken over anything that bas happened as 1 do over tho death of o comrade William Dold- Respeatfullyyours ARCHIE WSCAXLAND Co L 22d U S Infantry Cablno P I n The following lines wore written for the Ivnoxvlllo Sentinel by Mrs Bon S Boyd formerly of this county Twenty minutes to the midnight hour Soon the world will bo put of the old years power The firelight flickers tho shadow falls Tho angels whisper the new year calls And the past comes flashing tbrou b my mind- I think of Lord Jesus who h so kind The rich hes blessed the poor bo has fed Yea numbered the hairs of our hea The tick tick tick continues to sound I turn my head and look around In an Iron vase by the window White lilies bloom ao swcetand tends r God will forgive our sins of the past At the cross of Jesus we will cast All of our troubles worries and sir e ILAnd this New Year lead a better life The State Board of Assessors infom s Uio legislature in the Board annual rt 1port Just submitted tint 0005 corpora tlo organized under the laws of the State New Jersey paid into the Tresury duds the last year the sum of 2051200 TI corporation tax rate in this State is of tenth of 1 per cent on the paid in capital stock of the corporation or8l tax fore cry f1000 capital paid in Therefore U OOG5 corporations must have pail tax upon 820o 1209000 paid up capital stoc The state corporation department liberal Jy estimates1 that tin 6065 corporation assessed have paid up capital stock of 20 per cent of the authorized dplta stool If the tax of 2051209 which represents 13051209000 paid in capital stock is but 20 per centof tie authorized capital steel of the 0005 Jcrcy corporations assessei then the authorized capital stock must ti five times 2051209000 or the sum c f ilO250045000 Tho Supremo Court hIs ordered the reo leSe of MrsCarrle Nation who wrecked a saloon and has since leflcJ the anlho itios to prosecute her although she bas been in jail Mrs Nationon being releas cd made the startling cliiirgti that cue mien tried to kidnap her but that she so cured help end prevented the execution of the plot She is preparing to renew her attacks on the local saloons and the sa Inonkcepersare badly frightened the 1 fear there is no redress if the woman makes good her threats Mrs Nation is the wife of a lawyer and says she anti hi husband investigated the legal result thoroughly before she began tho smash lug crusade A letter written in Chicago contained a threat to kill the shcritl if Mrs Nation was not released To discnfect a room with sulphur nflc r washing all the surfaces in tho room- Iloors walls and ceilings bring In a wash itub containing a few Inches of water out several bricks Put the sulphur in an iron kettle and place it on the bricks Iou one pint of alcohol over the sulphur nn d set it on lire Every crevice about the windows and doors should be stuffed rag the room tightly closed and left lor- a day and night About five ounces of sulphur should be used for every hundred cubic feet A tor tho 21 hours have elapsed the Moors and woodwork should OJbe washed with a solution of carbolic acid then with soap and water TIlE MOTHERS FAVORITE Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite U is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures IIIs Intended especially for coughs cods and whooping cough and is the host medicine made for these lifeas s There is not the least dangor in giving to children for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may bo given R- SIlolIdently10 a babe as to an adult For locker lOne of the organs of political diiorgan zation grinds it out that thore is little doubt that an election fur Governor must be held next fall The doubt may be little but there is so much less law or precedent for such an election that no analytic chemist can Und oven so much M a truce of either Lou Times III was told of Daniel webster that when Ito asked at a Boston harhcrdashcrs one day for a collar or dickuytho clerk took a critical look nt his customers neck nnllI then said we havut got your size youll have to go to the next corner for ii That was a harness makers who made a spec ty of horse collars Arlon the famous trotting horse that mat Malcom Forbes 1125000 is to come to Kenticky lie is to bo quartered at the farm qf Lister Withcrspoon in Vo04lfordI yinty and will bo a companionto Iummer 1lIOS TlIIStI anrfJ FCIIEKNEY CO ITOI Toledo We the iindenlgneJ have known r J ChellI lrIblthplrWiSrt Tmux AVholp le Druggist Toledo o UrugillsactingIrectlyflew Testlmonlalsfrees Vries 75c Ir Sold by all drug lisp lastly fills are the beat WEAKNESS o MEN AND WOMEN- r Could we read the hearts of every man we meet what a load of oritnrandue pi would be disclosed Indiscretion and Blood Diseases hare caused more physics mud mental wrecks than all otber cans combined Tbe strike at the foundation otmanlroodtlieysaptherltalforcea the lundarmlne tha system and on do they often disrupt the family circle bnt they may erea their poilonoul fangs Into the next generation ou hays been a Tlctlm of early habll remember the seed la sown and sooner or later you will a harrrst If you blood uat been diseased from any caused not risk a return later on Our New Method Treatment will poMllrely cure ou and you nerd serer fear any return of tbe dlaease We will give a pturant bond to that effect would warn ou sincerely airalnat the promlscoou use of mercury which does put cure polac but simply suppresses the symptoms WE CURE OR NO PAY Dont Lot your Ufo be Drained Away which weakens the Intellect as writ u tha body Tber la room In this world for mental physical or sexual dwarfs Our Method Treatment will fton all Un blrenIa man of you If In trouble ca and consult u eonlullatlonhFree We treat and cure Drains Blood Disease Vs rlcoceU Stricture Unnatural Discharge Olellt Kidney Bladder DlseaNa cutting or operations No detention from business Krerythlnc confidential Con sultatlon Free Free Qut5tli Blank Foe for Home Treatment DRS- KENNEDYS KERGAN SZS Walnut Street CINCINNATI OHIO OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorga U Veatlicrford has a contract tor- Fcu CONTROL ASD SAIE of Old Mock W bll- e fey In Hustonvlllo H 0 MOCK Danville IJ NEW LIVERY 5T ABLE SWBUaSS3lPrrs JUNCTION CITY KY FIrstClHss Turnouts at Iteanonable Rltl- seSpecIal Attention to Traveling Mon and Hay For Sate Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kcntuck INewl furnished clean bells aplcm Everything firstclass Porten meet all trains 89 COAL c SALT I will have ray coa bins completed by Oct I and v Ill keep on hand three trals of the best coal also malt and I will sell It to merchants by wagon load at a ver smllI margin Will continue to pay the hlgbest StavBDd lIeudlnJrl Ilrlce8IsII It KINO MOIULAMU Kr EFtDILLEHA DANVILLE KY 1Manufacturer of BRZcKAnd Lime Cement c c For Irlcos IiWrlto Lincoln County National Bale Capital StoekillOODiO- butcteeor to The Fanners flank A Trust Come and under same iaanag ient nmtlnu ouily fur yj feat Solicits Your Ban Account iaMoesuch business rolstlaus will prove mutn ItIrbeuettclal and pirsr Dllt tTOPS J J WillIam JH JN 3lenefee- A W Carpenter w II CuinulDi J E lynn S H tbnbJ J II UwiIcT ItOJt1ICEIuJ S II Shanks President J Owslcy Cashier W M Ilrlnbl AM Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY iplttlStcek 1100000 Surphi 17683 63 This Institution originally established as the Dr IIlt Bank nttanford In 1833 then reorganized beNaUonal Hank of Stanford In 1865 anjagli rganlzed ai the First National flank of Slanfori IM2ha hal practically an uninterrupted exit nee fut years It Is bettor supplied now wit JllllM for transacting business promptly and I eraIlr than eier before In Its long and bonoiab career Accounts of IndlTlduils fiduciaries dtndlflduaisiolldtedUIHICT01S F Reid Lincoln Co JW Hayden Stanfor TlUrrls 8 1L lUughuian J Sllockar Tr JllII- WI Walton W A TrlbUe tCollIarCrah Orchd M b Miller MtVercoa DElmore Stanford oulcsas- SJ hoc er Frald nt J J Mcllobeili Caihle GEO T FARRIS Of Gnrraril n candidate for ronoroltmt for State Senator In tide district cOlUltOIed of Lincoln Ciao Iloylo and Qnrrard oun ties subject action of tho tlemocri lartv CHAS L DAWES Is n candidate for Amcsftor of Lincoln COIIII ty sulijcct to tho action of tho ilctuocrt party J M CASTER Sr- I a candidate for SherllT of TIucolss count1 subject to tho action ot the democratic lIar ty JeC McWHORTEB Of Crab Orchard u candidate for A It cs sorof Lincoln county subject to tho action of tho democratic party T J HILLI- sn candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democratic Ilartr M G REYNOLDS Is a candidate for Amcssorof Lincoln count subject to tho action of tho ileinocr purty M S BrVDGIIMAN Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic pa- tE W LILLARD Of Danville is a candidate for State ooator In this district composed of Lincoln OalY Iloylo and Oarrard countlMi subject to the action ot the democratic party SAMUEL 91 OWENS la acandidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Detuocra party ar F NORTH lea candidate to ritpronont Lincoln County lathe LegUiaturo ubjci to tho action 0 tho Democratic party VIlIERRIN la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic lrty J II RAINES- I a candidate for the nomination of Jsll or Lincoln county subject to the aotluo uf the Democratic party Vai LANDGRA- Pi a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to democratic action TIIALES II WRIGHT- s a candidate for Avsevsor of Lincoln coon Iy subject to the action of the democrat Mirty JOHN C PEPPLES II candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count subject to the action of the democratic par support solicited DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer Bubjccl to the se Ion ot the democratic party lie solicit your support GUS McCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrat party GEO A EURANKH Iii a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county ubjpct to the action of tho democrat arty JA3IES T JONES lea candidate for jailer of Lincoln county ubjeut to tho action of the democratic par ty ainting Repairing t I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In aeetclssatyle fxpurlonced muss to do It and work guaraa iotl can havo your old vehicle nail few for very little munvy J OltfFllStanfordy POSTEDI here y warn all from treupawlng on lir- tarnl for any purpose whattrer LANIIUIUK KrlgerKy I also warn UI rsons from treupawlni un on llutk Creek fur say lU11whalner FBKU NIKUIIA ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams 4 Co clot Lick b a guaranteed sure curt for horses und mules 1Mtulii illevll Swlnn Scratches Saddle Bolls lard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel litetnpur Ac For sale by erh druggist Stanford M K Humphrey bortyi U M Thompson Klngsvllle A K ildwull Waync Dunn Ilros try Uvlllu Ky It UomptoiLMIIIedgevIlle Geo It Jeter Mlddlebnrg UJurc Turncrsvlllc J II Vanhook McKlu 1S EAZLEY HAYS UNDEETAKE3SS DKAtKBS IV turoiturc MattingsRttgs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnlturo for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY The soutftBro mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KYaJNScreANCE REVERSEn Yo pay white you livettOltl Line Companies pay when you die Yhich do you prefer i Over aOO000 paid in Living Benefits Over x120000 Kesuve and Surplus 00000 Paid in Maturities in September j Further partieulars apply to J C Bailey or R D Pon- nington Local Agts Stanford John G JluatiiiISpecial Agent Bradfordsville Ky I loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo J o 0 g ICHINN FRYEi g g Brokers g o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Kyoo Cotton Graing ggo 0 ooOrders by mail executedo or telegraph promptly o o O Hank and Commercial Inferences Long DiiUnco Telephone 010 0 O- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO r O 8HCM A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY close estimates on work and- Ilguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attest 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 Sn i Blinds Metal Roofing Rough lipid Dressed Lumber Lath ShiiiRles Etc J I will duplicate anyprices offered e e N s CUT PRICES I On Overcoats And Heavy Suits W Ea PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky tl te i0 t fs 37ctHas the Largest and Best Line of Ready Made Clothing That was EverShown in Hustonville Douglas ar Shoes the Manss Bootee and ev erything found in a firstclass Dry Goods Store JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky I We have n Hull Line of Jt Ledgers Jour a1sl- r Day and Cash Books tr For the New Year Good Goods at Low Prices Renalys Drug Store 4- t TKLIUIIONK NO- 21tiNti61tiNN1ti1N i Nti 1 KaStanford Female College STANFORD KY 1 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres bConSTANFORD KY i have now a complete Ifockof lulldlng Material Yellow llnoJoloorlor OelllnJ Doer Sash minds and nil kln ln of Dressed undo Jtol Lumber hltle and teol Booting I o Jcult Pasts c We make ojtltuatcson unyklud ot work TnuteaUOfflco ojiiwsUo Ur L II OetoVs S