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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r Y zVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY IS HJOI n A 11 h un m f iLAND STOCK CROPS ETC Pair good need work mule for sale Murk Hardln Black leg la destroying sheep for S J Ktnbry and others William Dodd raid to S T UsrbUon n combined mare for e90 J A Glvani near McKlnnoy has 12 nice fat 1100pound cattle for sale rho Kentucky Live Stock Breeders i AiioolattoD was organized with 83000 capital paid In W W Lyon and Dink Wilkinson took to Atlanta Wednesday 21 mules nod eorcn hones ligTotnpklnsvllleand the average prlco paid for them was 192 Glasgow Times O P Huffman taught of H D Uaughman a bunch of cattlo at lo and noinu of Han Holuclaw at name Ho bought some hoes of J K Farris at 4f conic Illnklc of nards wn bought of Jno Htirdctl 13 mules at 1100 Ho nun pur chased of Will Thornton of Uradfordt vlllc eight mules at 30 Lebanon Kn terprlse C T Sandldgo who has boon wintering up In Lincoln has returned to Danville where ho will igaln conduct l u training table He 11 In his ctrlng eweA hog owned by Dock ItOfIl wee COy tred by a strawstaok falling over on It und lived 30 days without food or wa tar says the Venue corrosH ndeol of thoCynlhlana Democrat iVo arc agents for 1aitour Vaccines Lincoln X Coopo sheep dips und Fleming Lump Jaw cure Write for iPillmonlaU J F Cook ft Co Union stock Yards Lexington ICy 3t Itoccnt cabs of blood cattlo In Texas show that the demand for high flau cattle In the State never was bet ter The Average price of Ml rcgli lured Hereford old at fort Worth In December was 20177 Ccorgc Cogar the betH miry ato ayc the crop In Boyle now breaking s twice as large as the last crop with a yield unusually big and quality Ono He ears the ruling prlco Is 85 to M 60 per 112 x unds Advocate Harvey Chenault Jr purchased nt public auction In Madison tho 112ncre e farm of Mr Olivia Gregory deceived for 110cot or tOO O tier nero Some week ago Mr Chcnautt purchased 95acro tract adjoining at tl760 Th l s Is no lino iand as any In tho Illuegracf A big crowd attended P sale near Hubble yesterday and good prices ruled throughout The farm of 112fscres woe bought by Mr Kooion 1at 3710 calves sold at 8237C cows 920 to 110 mule 100 to 8101 CO sheep 15 to 7 and farming implements high Mr Bishop treated the crowd to a good lunchBarry Green of Smith Grove shad 600 bushel of recleanud orohhrd gran Cfd cold at 126 per bushel o li Smiths Urovo Lazarus Altsbolor A Co bold throe mar load of oattle to l ayclto county parties at from Oi w MiO John Aluhelor of Hori o Cave bought 10 mules at Kllzabothlown atan abcrago of 100 and Iomberton Hro at tho same time and placet bought Q1ht fancy bor os at tOO urounJ Glasgow Times J M Donnoll of near Carlisle sold to W K Eats of Columbia Turin 11 yearling mare mules for 5000 Also u pair of work mules to Ledforth of ifath for f2 0 P Bedford bought of Char May of Jacksonville 107 lt JCOponnJ cattle 00 at eli and 17 ut T1f70nail lust week tire car loads of cattlo t and hogs the cattle costing lo and the jogs 1110 nt home Paris Kentuck an KINGSVILLE Mri James Ilobliieon U qutw sIck Vaccination Is tho order of tho day Thp meeting at tho Methodist church jtoted with several additions to tho church Many thanks for the free nd for a ulano tuner Wo pro receiving letters irom piano tuners from all directions Miss Lucille G Johnson gave an Im promptu candy party to u few of her friends on Saturday evening whin proved a very enjoyable affair Misses Holla und Lucille Johnson arc visiting CityIlBeecher Adam of HuBtonvlllo was Jjhoro Tuesday Misses Ltta and Nlta Murphy bavo returned from Somerset Wh at most pcoplo want Is something 1mild and fccntlo when In need of a phys LiverIf easy to take and pleasant In cflcct F sale by Craig Hooker Druggists t John D Rockefeller Jr hue given 8260000 to found an institution for learning fur poor children IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Abe Tcrhuno aped S3 Is dead InI Mercer Mrs James H Moore died suddenly at Harrodsburg Tuesday Mrs Lauretta Oggnas been appoint cd postmaster nt Dlsputanta Kockcat tIll county Janice lloyse formerly of Adair hung ultnsolf In a barn In Carroll county Mo Merry Howard with a body guard of mountaineers paid a Hying visit to Mlddlcsboro Col Morris Long caught 76 new hts In spllo of the fact that It Is mid Advocate Tho bouso In Doyle county whero Lincolns lather wad mother met and rondo love has been burned Five weeks before her death which occurred near Owlngsvllle the lady of Mrs Mlldrew McGloison 10 turned black llurusldf unlawfully ordered a strict quarantine sgaln t Somerset she having no power to do that and the county board of health lawfully ordered everybody In Hurnilde vaoclnitrd Instantly Hepubli ran Janice Orr who was shot by David Cromi just over tho Tennc see line was brought to Wllllamsburg for medical tr eatment died Croa claims the shooting watt accidental but the pco plo think differently saysbenever dono afore spoon he has been in chit butlnnrs Ho hold two colllns to the sumo manB L Martin on the fame day anu ho hauled them both a way In the same wacon 10l other They wore for two paupers Perry vlllo eor News For tho first tlmo In the hlttory of Somorvet thr party linos will be drawn In the election of city ofllolals Tho republican committee hat called a prl marv for April J3 to nominate a uckc- romf mayor to councilman The dem ocrats will also put out a full ticket On National and State Issues tho three voting preclnoto of tho city give a roo publican majority but In county races utualiy goes democratic BRODHEAD Miss Helen Thurmond opened her winter and spring school Monday with avery bA11aefriends In Hrodbcud where she has boon teaching for the last two years R S Martin mado a business trip to Corbln and other points Mrs K H Nowland Is visiting her mother Mrs Hello Henderson at Lowell Mrs HraSblvol Is very sick with pacumo nla oven Mrs John Newland accom panlcd by MUs Salllo Nowland are vie Itlng relatives at Lebanon Junction baeeen Dr Gray crly J W Ramsey of Boa Lick was In town on business Tuesday MUs exwto In Boyle Undo Josh Dunn has gone to Gar othotr son Hugh aaont Sunday with the family o S II Martin Rev A J Plko fills ale appolnunont with Buckeye Eburo- last Sunday J G Frith spent busswenk In Mt Vernon looking over tho tax brake Our friend Wm Pcttus Is back nt his old etand and ooe of our heat girls Is always happy when ho roo turns Marlon Sullivan andamity exas spent so o nlrlaya with Mn un F Francisco Mrs Marlon Hutch Icon has returned from a visit to her daughter In Kansas and has gone to housekeeping at bur old homo 1V are glad to wuicomu her In our mids again K S Albright editor of th Mt Vcrnon Signal was mixing wit old friends here John Fowler of Ho rca Is with us Ho Is a flrstclais barber HKAT OUT OF AN INCKKASK OF HIS TENSION A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the ndvortlfoment of Chamberlains Colic Cholera wad B ashcon traded Mexican iliarrlioca and this rome dy hoe kept me from gutting an increase In my pension for on every renewal n uucquullI ed pleasant and seta to trio For sale by Craig it docker The largest building stones are thofo mod In tho cyclopoan valls of liaalboo ii Syria Some of them measure sixtyth rte foot in length by twentysix in breadth They are of unknown depth It is estluiat ed that about 6000000 tons of hewn stone wero used in the Pyramid of Olieopn the largest permanent structure ever erected daughteror of d quietly In Now York to E Parrnoleo 1rcntlco u young lawyer of Chicago Zacbrlab Howard has bone appointed postmaster at Goose Rock Clay county j MT VERNON Mt Vernon lank statement makes a good showing The Pine Hill Coal fos property has n new lessee and coal will again be moving shortly supervillorsIand some tnlehtv kicks are looked for from some of the raised parties Our clever druggist Dr S C Davis lelln us that ho was 65 years old Wed m day last and that his more than a halt u centurys experience has been somewhat remarkable from tbo tact that ho bas nova had the headache or- an aching tooth or lost a meal on aCt count of sickness The usage of the telephone has in creased wonderfully wliuln tho past year and cootlnucsito be taken advan logo of as tho people learn moro of Its usefulness Uuslness and professional men especially are learning awhat a lime savor the phone Is and arc now giving the telephone companies plenty to do L T Stewart the oWlldle lumber man is kept on the hop skip and tho jump in looking alter his work nt the various stations Copt L C Smith who was located at Wlldm for thel past two years now In business at Living Stan was here n few days since Dr Price of Level Green hai the thanks of tho writer for it supply of Infallible grip mcdlolno In a test ca o brought by parties who cooiunder which Rockcastlo has been gov orned for same elht years JuJgo VII limns rendered a decision Monday to iho offset that said special net was un constitutional boinc superseded by the general road law of 1SH1 The differ ence In tho two laws the writer is uo ablcjto state nt present but will toll It for the benefit of Rockcastlo readers weektOur sheriff ono Deputy jailor other olllcers and nltlztini wont to a barber Monday bnd wok a clean shave Somo of them are supposed to resemble Me Klnloy others probably like Bradley while a tow dont resemble anybody yTaroaped at the last minute ran home and socked himself in his collar thereby saving his big mustache for the time eing but bo Is being laid for The survey for tho Brush Creek Val ley railroad now being made Is for a road 10 mllee In length to run from Urush Creek Station on the K C di vision of the L L N In this county Richmond parties In connection with an Eastern syndicate are sold to be at the back of It Judge John Chenault Is Interested Lands all the way up the valley on both sides of the proposed ryasr which good prices were pull This la trio richest mineral portion of Rock cantle und much umber Is to bo found also Tho building of this brooch which nltwAramsasauyed will be o vast benefit to tho people of this and Jackson count1 Mt Vernon and Itockcustlo are proud attendl bhHe Is u faithful and consistent educator with hit heart In tho under taking and with n splendid corps c teachers Ir tho various departments Is conducting an institution that fan trod peopledand other property Is owned by tho Presbyterians though the school Is nonsectarian Centro College to In graduatets notItReuben Mulllns continues Messrs Conies and PrIce of Glcncoo vllll Cashier W L Richardson at this place James Taylor has secured a position t the Eastern at Lexington an will move his family to that point Mo Kcnlo Brown has been quite of scarlet fever John W Brown is quit heastore to llama and as soon as her son recovers she will co to Georgetown an open a millinery establishment that place Mrs WT Brooks of Paris Is vcrisy spent Christmas at their old homo in Ger many and are yet visiting the hallowed stereo of their childhood Sheri Cut run Is out again after a two weeks sickness Mrs Woodward of London Is visiting her mother Mrs Catron who has been seriously ill near Green Mrs Mary Ann Adams T Mulllnu uud Mrs Ashley Owens our up from Livingston to seo Reuben 11u- line who Irt sick A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumalltm of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber loins Pain Halm For ale by Mocker Druggists CraigJ ANDREW W UUCUANAN Of Crab Orchard u rising young law yen and a born end bred democrat Is announced In this Issue as a candidate to represent Lincoln county in tho next General Assembly Mr Buchanan Is a eon of the lute lobo Buchanan whose Ono qualities be fully Inherits and whoso sploadld democracy be faithfully adheres to Ho Is ambitious worthy and well qualified and has legions of friends who hope to see him honored w Ith tbo nomination un MATRIMONIAL A Louisville man claims to have secured the first divorce In the 20th cen fury Grief caused by the death of a young wile caused Robert E Los PrIor of Eistbank W Va to send a bullet Into his bruin Miss Elizabeth Turlcy and Charles F Hlgglns both of Richmond wero mar rled at Hamilton College Lexington WednesdayJacob of Omaha Neb ex hanged his will for a license to wed Barbara Llsy The will bequeaths all his earthly belongings to her David Burge a widower of and Miss Bcttlq Severance of the East End were married at the courthouse afternoon by Rov J B Alfred G Vandcrbllts fee to Rev Mr Bealtle who officiated at his wed ding was 83000 Rev Mr Morgan of Now Maven who assisted at the servl tae received 82000 Which Bister did Henry Wilkinson of Alton III marry That is tho question puzzling not only Mr Wilkinson but an other groom and the guests assembled at the wedding The brides were twin sisters Florence and Hose Eska When Wilkin son appeared on the scene both fell in love with him He oat blissfully uncap scious of this at the time but wooed and won hose Florence was chagrined b accepted the attentions of another suit and arrangements wero made for n double wedding The brides were attired exactly alike in while and ihelr own parents could ateptTaf re in marked He careful girls you do out change places In n spirit of fun the two exchanged After the ceremony Florence exclaimed hat she had wedded Wilkinson as Hose did not change bark Rape declared the change WRit only momentary and that she stepped back defers the cere mony The guests wero divided on the question and the minister said that in the confusion ho hall not noticed The result is that two husbands do not know which t heir wives are They can out legally be married a second time for fear of commit ting bigamy nor can a separation bo ob sired as they do not know which girl to none In the court papcru nuLANCASTER 1Garrard county democrats have pe titioned Allan Eliza Lusk to run again fur superintendent Mrd100 acres of land price 4500 ladIn the furniture business lo Stanford and carries one of tile largest stocks of Kentuckyr a chance in the firm of Logan C Robinson Mr heeldsamo hasbocnand has enjoyed u splendid trade Our good neighbors in Lincoln teenty aro on tho hustle und say they aro ubamcltIzon8willbringslble oftbo islsaywhatsight of some of thu dirty political Inthecaused his stomach to sour We didnt brandI J rj MItrCtijr =f io r r eCNir tomb=IJ j 11LARGE ASSORTMENT OFI YI I IJ Overcoats and Fancy F Il At Greatly Reduced Prices i i IT PAYS TO TRADEAT ji1 THE GLOBEt I LMerchant Tailoring Clowning Pressing and Repairing ti IEYour money back if youre not satisfied DaIIY1IIeeff Ji s o 1 = v = AT COST j t J Suits Overcoats and Odd Pats We will sell anything we have in Clothing for the licit 30 days This is done in order to make room for our Spring Stock Li Buy Now r lt Add Yon Will Sfnc llonc3 CUMMINS MeCLARYf Bucket Pump And Wa ntter Purifier It U the simplest device for raiMiui water It is the easiest to adjust to any well It is very durable It works easiest It will not freeze It has none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS McKINNBYStanford PHONE 10 u =TAKE YOUR PRJ3SIC r1 IONS ro Craig Hocker Stanford For Accuracy and Low Prices p te WBMRoberts s THE DRUGGIST Sells Bout GODQS At Bottom Prices Trade With Him I sr- 4 HE INTERIOR JOURNAL u STAxrouirKv TAX 18 IDOl u E C WALTON e IN an Interview in tho Courier Jour sal Gov James B Mccreary says I voted three times while I was a ml1u her of Congress for proposed amen meats to tbo constitution of the United States providing for the electiunof United States Senators by the otert f of each State and as a delegate to the last National democratic convention held at Kansas City I voted for a res olutlon embodying a declaration for It I desire in selecting a candidate for Uolted States Senator to get as near to this plan and as near to the democrat lo voters as possible I favor any plao that will give each democratic voter In Kentucky or In any county or district t the right to express his preference f Gaited States Senator and I will abl e by tho decision of the dnmocratlo vot ers Tho democratic nominees fortbc Sta o Senate and for tho House of Rep t rcscatailves 1 believe will abide by tbe choice of a majority of their constl t uents In several of the Southern States the plan of holding primary elections to nominate candidates or Senator and also for governor and other State olllcers has been tried and It hoe apparently given saltsfactlo Whllo I prefer the primary election f plan above indicated I will be sallstic with any action the democratic party or thoso authorized to act may take believing as I do that democratic hart + mony anti union ehould be preserved tM and that democratic supremacy should fff bo paramount to Individual success f Nobly said Now tot the other caD dldatcs express themselves SENATOR CIIAXDIER who helped to engineer tho steal of the presidency in 187i 7 Xhnd Who had his ear pulled once by Sec ar atiir Blackbarn is at lost about to become a private citizen after holding office con Ij lluuouslr since the war H E Burnhai hat been elected to succeed him as sent tor from New Hanip hire the railroad in teresta which he antagonized having laid him on the cooling board And thh lead the Louisville Times to remark II is only a question of tlmo whether the railroad shall own the government or the govern went own the railroads Neither horn of tie dilcmii U altogether durable but the l igreat public is being brought by lightning r express face to face with the necessity ei choosing between two masterful evils DELAWARE Is the only State in the Union that retains the whipping post and pilory and the question of their abolition Is being agitated A bill will bo intro duced in the State Senate doing away with corporal punishment The new measure has the support of those who havn seen the workings of the old system in connec tion with the workhouses but it is con nidered doubtful that the bill will be passed for the people of the rural dis tricts believe that the small percentage of burglaries and similar offenses in the- State is due to fear of tho whipping post Gov MOUNTS sudden death should be a warning to those who harbor fugl tlvcs and thereby try to cheat the laws of iho country There is an evening up of things sooner or later Tim Democratic StateCentral Corns mltiee adjourned at Frankfort after a brief session without taking action on the Kenton county muddle POLITICAL Ashland citizens have gone to Washington to urge that u Federal building ba located there- Congressman Joe Bailey of Texas is organizing a syndicate to control the cattle trade In Cuba William P Flshback one of the best known lawyers In the Middle West died at Indianapolis Judge Clifton J Pratt will bo a can didate for United States Senator If the Legislature Is republican United States Marshal James hast failed to secure Senator Deboes in dorsement for reappointment A resolution In the Tennessee Legis lattice provides for the election of all State ofliccrs by direct vote of the peo plo Plttsburg manufacturers and bust ness men will celebrate the election of Quay as Senator by giving a banquet in honorW Clark was elected United States Senator by tho Montana Legislature B R Tilman ww reelected In South Carolina Congressman Smith secured tho adoption of an amendment to the Rivers and Harbors bill providing for a buryey of Salt river from West Point to Sbopherdsvlllo The Kentucky delegation In the House will unanimously recommend the Hon J N Kehoo of the Ninth district rh us Mr Berrys successor on the Rivers and Harbors Committee The bill dividing West Virginia Into two judicial districts was passed by the Senate Too wrangle over places of i holding court Is still delaying the progress of the Kentucky bill F t The House defeated Mr Rheas amendment to tbo Rivers and Harbors bill appropriating 0000 for Green river and Mr forelegs amendment provl ln for u lock and dam on the upper Cumberland r appointment of Judge James Den ITho collector leaves but two Candida in Iulaski county thy arc KaproMiintivcaKli Farmer or Grundfi and D It Hubble of Scienco lUll It is understood at Washington tbat Brutus J Clay of Ulchpiond will bean applicant for the Guatomalau mls lion It la expected however that Or Bunter will retain the place unless be Is transferred Sixthdistrict politicians nro gathc tug In orco at Frankfort for the meet tag of tho democratic State centr committee Doth the Interested fae lions profess contldonce In the outcoti of tho meeting Tho War Hovonue Reduction btl will bo reported to the Senate the ter part of the we ik There are several objections to tho House bill and the stamp tax on telegrams and bank chock may be continued Doth houses of the Ponnsylvan Legislature elected M S Quay for Senator Patterson was elected In Colorado Dubole in Idaho Burnham In New HampsDlre Boar In MiHgach setts McMillan In Michigan Car mack In Tennessee The Rivers and Harbors Appropt ulon Dill was passed by the House It was not materially amended und cat Ills a total of nearly 00000000 The bill provides for a joint commission to negotiate with Great Britain for sulfa bin levels on the great lakes Congressman Rhea has made his n ponBO to McKenzie Moss notice of contest He alleges that he did not reo elve the number of votes to which he was entitled by several hundred and mentions specific Instances of republ can fraud In Todd and Allen counties The United States gunboat Scotpid has been ordered to Guanoco Venezuela tu protect American interests It being reported that the revolutionary move lent Is increasing and that an attempt is being made to tale possession of the asphalt concession of tho Now York and tcnnudez Company W 1 Durblo at Indianapolis was in ugurutcd as governor It was strictly an aristocratic nffulr and the great common people were forced to look on talon range Admission was by tick ct One of the side attractions of the lauguratlon was a dinner given by efugec Charles Finley to a number of political friends When the eight presidential electors oIicbraska came to elect a messenger to carry their votes to Washington they disI vcrcd that alx of them were active and the other two receptive candidates for Ihe place so they split their differences by deciding to run the errand en masse It Is hardly possible to scratch a politician w thout finding a pig Louisville Times Mount dismounted from the high pedestal upon which misguided people laced him Any kind of a governor will bean Improvement him but If reports are true his successor Is but little It Is understood that the new ox uilvo took the oath of olllce pledged In advance to break It by continuing to make Indiana a haven for assassins and others who commit crimes against jmocrats Lexington Democrat NEWS NOTES Vaccination has been made compul try at Paintsvllle John Elder one of Clinton countys flrllt settlers is dead at 83 All Illinois senatorial candidates ex Pt Cullom hive withdrawn Mrs Ann Lake dropped dead from iceaslvo laughing at Newark N J A bridge to cost 31000000 Is to be built across the Ohio river at Ashland The war between rival scnools of te grapby at Lexington has reached the court stage A B Carey who made two fortunes at gambling died In the Floyd county Ind poorbouse Charles Booker colored cook on tbe- Gen O M Poe fell oil the steamer at 1rankfurt and was drowned In Chicago there are 70000 ratios of telephone wire and they claim to ha8- the best system in the world Two persona were seriously Injured aod 15 others hurt us a result of a fre- that burned the Stewart Hotel at St- Louis Luther A Porter until recently cashier of tho Warren County Dc- posit flank Is 10000 short In his accounts William Fields sold to Gee Pope the- Tubb Hotel at Livingston and to D N Roller a storehouse and lot there or 8550- in view of the excessive sugar ltoek- the bugar manufacturers ol Brazil have resolved to export 50000 bags of sugar at a loss N H Frazier of Union Springs Alas offered a reward of 9500 for the reo- tnm of his kidnaped son dead or alive Thoreis still no clew Cornelius Alvord Jr the defaulting noto teller of the First National Bunk o New York was sentenced to III are Imprisonment About 12000000 persons share In the 15000000 dividends just distributed In New York and half of the nnmber Bre depositors In savings bunks James Sturglll was shot and killed Deput Sheriff Elkins In Letcher county wbllo resisting arrest for tho inur ron Christmas day of John Cole The postolllce appropriation bill as approed by tho House committee car- rlcs a total of 8122748038 as com par cd with 113033233 for the present year Cyrus Manln of Rowan county was run over and killed by a C S O train while drunk Judge Titrvin Is erlou ly ill at Cv Ingtou and has adjourned his court over to Fob 4 yilllam Thacker was given a lIfo sentence fug killing John Gardner at lominlsburl It Is estimated that during the p st year gifts to educational Instltutlo amounted to nearly 35JK 0000 A private bank with u capital of SIC 000 has been opened at Bradfordsvll with Mr J C Yates as cashier Nellie Gray became u mother In tho courthouse ut Lagrange while apple lug for admittance to the poorhou o Brakeman Donnelly was killed and brakeman Elbert Lane seriously Injii ed at KcDovii V Vu while switch leg The Ohio Board of Pardons refused to interfere In the ease Of Uosalyn H Fcrrell under sentence of death b electrocution March 1 In 1001 there will bo two eclipses 01 the sun May 18 and Nov 11 and two of the moon May 3 and Out 27 but none of the four will bo visible In the United States Mrs Irene Johnson of Scott counts has been notified that a claim of 83731 with interest since 18t 2 for sugar cdi Iscutcd by General Batter has been allowed by Congress The transport Grant which recent arrived at San Francisco brought tho remAins of 402 olllcers soldiers anll civilian employes who died In the Phil pplnee China and Hawaii Fourteen persons have been urrestc tad lodged In jail at Wise Vu chars ell with burning the dwelling and barn of Dr Lawrence Uaddon who resides just across the Kentucky line A company composed of Louisville incinnati and Phlladolphla capitalist- as been formed to build a suburban ilectrlc railway to Pewee Vulleytheroi- y connecilng Louisville with a number if suburban towns The National Bank of Mexico the arrest financial institution In the reo public huts declared u tai per cent Ivldend for January on Its capital of IGiJooOOO whereas lust year the January dividend was but tt Iuer coot Tho olllcial responsible for tbe life ofI the Negro burned at the stake in Leaven worth are getting up n defense limy say they had evidence that the Negro had as lulled three girls Tho short said lie- overwhelmed by 8irlor mnnbtrs id couldnt prevent the lynching Muhlenberg county will begin the payment ol 8400000 worth of bonds lUel1 In 1S09 and later repudiated by tying 20 per cent to the holders of n 25000 worth of funded bonds The iinalnlng outstanding uncompromUcd oondll wilt bo taken up us the assets Lhe county wilt permit James A Monnt who retired Monday as governor of Indiana wus stricken with mplexy in his apartments in the Denl- son Hotel in Indianapolis ROIl died alI most instantly Previous to the attack ho appeared in perfect health He was stricken while reading A physician has tillcalled found him dead A mob took Fred Alexander a Nero from jail at Leavenworth Kas and burned him at tho stake Alexan der was under arrest on the charge of tempting to assault Mss Kva Roth and he was supposed to have assaulted and killed Miss Pearl Forbes In Lea venworlb last November The annual report of the State prl- 80n commission shows that the Edd- vllle penitentiary was operated last- year at less expense than in any prc vlous year The same would have been true of the Frankfort prison but for the- lact that the institution suffered from three costly Ores On November 3- 0li05 prisoners were confined In the- two InstitutiOn Of these IwO were ra gularly employed CHURCH BATTERS Rev Jw subject at the aristianchurch Sunday morning will sA Change of Heart The Bethlehem Baptist church near ottsvllle was organized 100 ear8- ago and the centennial celebration will take placo Jan 31 Elder Lloyd Durslos eloquent ser mOOd are attracting crowds every eve- nln to the mooting now in progress at the Christian church Seven additions to date Paris Kentuckian Wilford Fryman has been expelled fromtbenareoot M E church in Nicholas county because ho married a divorced woman He will appeal tho- ease to the quarterly conference Rev Jos L Jones brother of SaU- lJones has entered tho Presbyterian church and set apart to tho full work or the gospel ministry in Cartersyllle Ga He has done much preaching us u thodlst In Kentucky Some of the citizens of Cumberland Gop not pleased with the expulsion of coral students from Lincoln Memor lal University have started a new school which hag been nicknamed the- JelT Davis Memorial School lev R H Nool writes tbo Baptist ArJus I have taken charge of the- Silver Creek church lu Madison county for one fourth of my time At my la t meeting wo had a spiritual love- tcast I would be glad to hayo two- more Sundays engaged J Olt SALgA onehorse HOI power Suitable for running a cutting box or light machinery A C Sine Sore and swnl en Joints chimp shooting pains torturing muscles no lost nil sleep That means rheumatism It is 1 stubborn disease to tIght but Cliambot lains Ialn Balm has conquered Jj thou sands of times It will do so vhuneve the opportunity is offered Try it Onto application relieves the pain For salt by Craig A hoofer Thomas N Lewis ol Thompson Ga filed a petition In bankruptcy nlleglni 2000 liabilities and 825 assets consist ing of clothing and one wooden leg worth 91- 0Residence For Sale Or Rent A very ilolrablo re tdoiut of rim rootcs with nccesonry outbuilding Incluillii leo hObo unit tahia with largo garden ut turlieil The property ontrnily lixiitii In llu luvlllc 11111 trlvii at nnco KortoriiH apply to Mss II V Logan HIM tonvllle or litunli Ky Paper Hanging And Painting Sec mo before you lot your painting 11I1randJutcan buy It In town and hung ll at Sc her bolt iiroiwrtlon All work guaranteedJ J IIFLDRN- Stanfonl Kv PREACHERSVILLE IflSTITUTEr- UEAOIIKUSVlLLF KV opentenhighchoolincludingcarton In the primary department Tho ommon school Higher Mutho iiatlcn 8liiic IoIn and tho Illblo Ior further particulars nddrew J 0 MrKtB Irlnripul FOX i LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Itorsei and Mules constantly on hand and rtalo at lilt times W Logan Wood Manager H C DUDLEY Tho Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call 1 S PRICES- argoon I Dentist tnuford Ky r Imeor McUolxTtn Irnn Hlon lo th Owilrf UuUdlnt R A JONES DENTIST Stmiford K Office over lllggins A IcKlnneys Stor Telephone No 48 GUN REPAIRING No mutter what goes wrong with your gun send It to us tied u will bo Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At n rnoduratu cot DAXVIMK CYCLE Co lie Third St Danville Ky Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS win tw la lan llle MIIIUJTI Welnr d ri and Fridays Will ba In SUnfonl Tiuwliyn Thurhlayr end Sat unlajri- Olfireln the IennlnKtin HuilJIoR Stanford Ol lice hours v lo li lo rI 4OSTEOPATHY This Settnef orizlomlwl and deTelopnl by Dr T Sllll of Klrkillle Stu lel1o MI the rlnclpln of Anatomy awl ll lalogr for IK n no rubbing- noeurgtealoperationaIUJelaluu hlng aujwr naturalNteorthy view nun a a marhlns of no many lob lu b mlju imeat Wltn all jwru are irurly adjuteland not oterworkttl health the mult Sophie of the dlwaws trrated by in Nerroua Vmtratlon HcaJaahra Neuralgia Itlieuinttlini latarrb Weak Kyn Iranulated Iidi iollre Irart 1lter and Lung lUmin Conttlpatlon IIIwIaIRStone K Uried Prminte all Ktoiu aeh and Intestinal trouble IMseanniol Ilonc led Joint SplnalCurraturn IO locations Still Jolnu aralyili Urine IxKomolor Max Ia Female Dlaeaava a iiwclaUy Consultation free J+ G+ MccbMY UJJDBBTAKBR Manufacturer and Dcnlcarlu HARNESS SADDLERY 8sO Stanford Ky first Announcement Oi tin Seasons CutPrici Tinu at the LOUISVILLE STORE Always brings the wailing crowd in a ifnh Get in early if yon want the advantage of the liryt pickrplto iJ CUT PRICE PRUNING KNIFE f Has luiMi applied all OVLr the house This is the seasons clean up in nilICLOAKS CAPES f FURNISHING GOODSM HATS AND SHOES Capes One lotof Ladies Cloth Opes that we sold at fl nnd II J5 closing out price 4Sc One lot ladles Cloth Capes J160 and f2 quality will be closed at 76c and fI A few t260 plush capes will olwc at 1136MensJOvercoats Now your chanro for a cheap cost McnX1000 Guilt cut tov e OS 8 00 4 l8 u 71tt a fi 00 S 00 a 108 Store Boys Overcoats loVi3 00 Coat cut to fl zi 2 50 14J 3 fu UMiera cut to J3 h 400 2 48 10 dozen liens Heavy Winter Coptf 96 to 60o goods go in this ntlo at tie Ladiess Jackets A few 9740 Jnikota fonljtdlon will bo 01000 fit lit All IB tllOJAlt Ch111rf rant rugardloM TlioHsiuuls ol other things tnt down in proportinn inuliuhng Heavy Underwear tall Mens Heavy Shirts Louisville SHLINCERBROS PRORS T 13 JaANEJY MGE u Furniture Carpets Mattings t t Wait For The New Goods A Sallil Car Load of Matting Carpets Oil Cloth UIIR and Awortcd Drii srti wit arrive within the next two weeks Prices Will Surprise You I W W WITHERS Stanford Kyl SEE The Chattanooga- Steel Beam FlogrBefore You Make u Purchase 6eo H Farris S Co 200 Business and Pleasure Horses= 26th Sale on January 29 JJO and tfl anil February 1 1001 Al The Old reliableFStaple Park Kindergarten Danville Kuutlicky atrons all over the Stuto to be one thotheHluckherePhone 2 sarjnck sale March JJOOl j 1lAUttONEItDanvllluliy t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIU IVY JAN 18 1001 Of H prescription work le unsurpass ed Try and convinced 1onnys Drug Store PERSONALS HAIINK WEAKKN la ill JOHN II Menu spent several days In Louisville Mn ROWAN SAUKLKV of this onicc Is down With grip OFOIUII lUKLi9 of Mndlsonls with Dr Clifton Fowler U D lluiniiT of Grays spent n few days with tho homefolks ItMlliH KMMA PUKWITT of Louisville MM W P Tater W W WmiKllfl Is In Cincinnati buying dead loads of goods Misa SALUK RAY of Garrard U the guest of Mlts Annie Corer Mlt U L HltOWK of Mt Vernon was hero between trains yesterday Miss A mm SCOTT of the Gilbert f Creek section Is very of pneumonia Miss NASCIK VANDBVKKU Is vUlt ag Mrs Claude UullulLiwroncabu rg lilt J U CARTER of Cartcrsvlllo k passed through to Loulsvlllo Tuesday t JKIWY ADAMS of IIu tonvlllolcavc next week for Texan to visit relatives G T AsilLOCK the UlIlorts Creek raercbanf Is threatened with pneumonia Miss LAUKA DAIIUY of Springfield t Is with the Missus Uallov In the Wen Had MISS LULA UltOWN of Ca oy wu d pore yesterday returning from Louis fMissCrab Orchard ynstorday to visit role lives A C MutTLX of Somunet U at Baufley during the smallpox vaar at his townFw er of Eld J Q Montgomery to very II- Iat Liberty Mlt P W OKIMCTKAI of Loxlog too a good frUml ot tbts paper wa hire yetlntar- MI KILA MAY SAUNUIJKH left yes terday W volt relatives at LUll SJIIa St Ioula and Kansas Cltj Mn SAMLMM UOUMUS was In yoster t day and left the big part of a SIO bill for INTKIUOK JOUKNAIS Cot W O Wmcn bo rented roomer In the Comtnuretul howl building nnd himIto ge t our It would be a llr tr te Ideii to do so i KOIIKIIT T HKfri had the tips of two lingers of Ids left hand out off while working a fM l cutter yesterday Miicf UKTTIHC McKiNNBY went to Loulfvllle Tuasday to spend setae time dwithTllK ub enoe of our uunllv nuns Lancaster totter Is due to the Illness 0 + our excellent oorreHndenl nl th atA place A N McCLAiiY of S b8tha Kaf has our thank for tt pretty tIetur- showing the Evolution of tho Kama Steer TllK Infant daughter Of Mr and Mr 1 K FIehbck Of Livingston IIt tho 4 point ot death at Ron li H Kings Moroland Mlt Lot SHANKS Is suffering i great deal from u broken wrist eausv by falling from a chair on white ha win standing ASST GIN Molt LIUASMJ HDMK of the Cumberland Telephone nod Tele graph Company wax hero Wednesday Inspecting his lines MIl 1V O Moss of Lancaster brought his little daughter over Tues day nnd registered for n months treat rnont ut Drs Sla ln tt Ibllllps olllco MissNKLI MLiilHY of Stanford ends In our city Monday Mr and Mrs Cal Nevlus have taken roonu at the Gurrard Hotel Miss Tevls Curpontor a iitlo 5tanford beauty has been Miss Christine IlradUyV guest J Itandolp horns of Lincoln was here tbo tint of the week wearing n long board and plenty of hayseed lie llkee farming better than printing KeoQril LOCALS iNTBltKSTlNo prices on Oliver Elo nt Hljglns MoKlnneyo LKAVK your dun for a good set of handmade harness J C McClary leer M K IliuiTTs school at Moroland 1rulttn Academy will open Monday Ho will be assisted by Miss Mttttlo Grcsham Till delinquent list for tho year 1000 will be published after Fob 1001 nnd sold to the highest bidder L Ti Uughce collector W POWELl HALF will give u hu morous rending and olocullonory on tcrtalnmont nt the college chapel Wed nesday evening ffilrd WM UKNNICK ofLexington was appointed administrator of tho eata of AI A Duma formerly of this county JJ Hlley Is surety DoEs advertising pay Wo should ttmllo A two line local In this paper ono tlmo brought nine buyers for a sec ondhand buckboard and thu vehicle was sold almost before tbo type wna distributed JUST opened u barrel of lino Krout Wnrron Shanks y NKW lot of womone and children MeISiUClALprices on hay for the next 10 days In reduce stock J II Bough man ft Co Nnw Calicos Peroalcs Laces Ham burgs sad Tong Cloths at Severance it none See thorn A thou ator at W II Trnylors distillery broke mho other day nnd threw barrels of whiskY were lost STKAYKD oit STOIKN An aged brows mare foretop cut loft my stable yostorday afternoon Information thankfully received E C Walton WITH both circuit and county court a large crowd will boln Danville Mon day As usual thIS INTKitlOii Juuic NAf representative will be on toad TIIK members ofthe Christian church sent a big box filled with goals things to tho children of tho Homo of the Christian church In Lou lsvlllo yesterday JACOII GINSIICIUI nowproprietor of the Racket Store In the INTEKIOU GlnsburgITilE little baby tbat blessed tbo un ion of Mr and Mrs M H Kubanks a few days ago was not gives to them long Thu little thing died and was burled In DnlTalo Cemetery Wednes day TllK call for an electionbe hold on March Ud to UiKe the sense of the two pie on n 10 cents tax for n graded school will npxmr nextissue Head It carefully and think well over the prop osition TICKHTS for the Chicago Gino Club oatertulnmentattYalwne0perallouariday 4 Cummins McClarys Craig A Hook ers and John P Jones at AOoents Tho emir hoar will bo reserved STKKKT name nod tense nnmburlng Is going our stroeto a wide stake and up to date appearance livery tenor orated town Iboukl have tills entices ItjDoe so that its eltlsens can give a qulek positive address Stanford cov ers eon ldorublo ground nod It looks awkward to people giving tholrnddrats br color of hour or the rod barn IMILICATKH 1iIIIJ1I Fleming who Is In jail here for safekeeping hargedwith killing n widow named Hall on Ooonan Fork of the Kentucky river hat a dispatch from Ilkovllle sags confessed to the killing find has Implloaud 17 other monolie nnd Sol omon Homing and Mask 1ants were brought here from ferry county Sun ay morning killstd few days agon dog went suddenly mad nnd before It was killed It bit two cows belonging to Mr S N Davidson trotan countrsy a thy are puppies TILE Moral hall of the fair grounds at Intod a have smallpox in Iulaskl It Is set mated that up to and Including Tuus day 1500 clllxens of that city have procured vaccination and too work gone on na rapidly as could be expee odeTho council passed qa order the payment of i e each for too vacci nation of persons who aro unable to pay for thu Service KIIIINUS AT COKIIIN A state of terror reigned In Corbin Wednesday and that night with tho result that two ponions are lend four are voun ed one at lousi fatally and a bulldln Is wrecked by dynamite James Shot well had been mortally shot by Roll a White White was hold under guard lu a building and owing to threats an attack deputies were asked from Wllllamsburg Before thceo arrived the building wan attacked with dyna oecurrewa d met at noon at n street corner near the Loulsvlllo tNashville depot There had boon bad tooling between them and almost me lately the trouble begun No ono was near enough to hoar any words that pasifcd but three women wore standing at some distance find saw the shooting Thu dead ore Susan Coxby standcr killed by a steer shot Sutton Farrls killed by explosion Tho wefts ed are James Snotwell fatally shot by Holla White Hadley Bradley Jured by explosion Percy Cooper In lured by explosion unknown traveling man Injured by explosion Tbo Shot well family Is largo and very desper ate when drinking having been ongit od In several nhooiing alTraya In Cor whotwas un Wm Holland dangerously wounded and another whon Marshal hear Hartford was killed White had nev er had any previous trouble LATERA dispatch from Corbin this morning says the town Is full of sol dire but that everything Is as quiet as u graveyard t R r FllKSH fish today W J Drady IlAVB your prescription filled at Craig Hookers SIM the Chattanooga Steel Beam Plow before you buy G H facets Co Two residences on Wost Main Street for solo on only terms Apply at- this olttco TUB springlike weather bade us adieu Wednesday afternoon and now winter Is upon us Tho mercury regis tered 20 at li this morning I Tim call for the prliiary appears In williIIndcracy loft you ore Invited tied welcom ed to take part JUUOI bytho number of pcoplu who send us cheeks without stamps on them the public generally thinks that we print revenue stumps Such Is not the case They cost us two cents each Please bear this In mind and hereafter your check jourself C L Cnow Is another good demo crat and tierce gentleman who nsplrcf the democratic nomination for assessor There never was a truer democrat than he and bis work for the party has counted In many a struggle Ho U uni ver ally popular and will cut a figure In time taro for that odlce In which there are tome stcen or more candi dates AT a meeting ofthe boo club Tuesday njfht George L Penny was elected president J W Rout Jr vice presi dent and Forest McClary secretary and treasurer The floor committee se lected by tbo president U Howan Saullev J11 Alvereon Homer Wray A C Hill U T Bruce Ed Halo C H Owens and Ream Leacbman S J Em bry Jr was choren as musical dint tor DCICIKU the mull pox epidemic at Somerset the Journal la Issued twlo a week while the Republican gore ou smallpox bulletins every day or so In the hit of persona who have the loathsome disease we ure sorry to see tun names of Mrs S W Hloks Willis hicks Vlofc May MIst Maude Park eons James Davis Frank Barnett Os car Tate John Ends nod Frank In gram CAUOIIT Fox Hoe Harvey Helm came riding In yesterday with n big red fox tied to his saddle feeling about as big as Old man Grant He and Col T P Hill I M Bruce P M McHob orts W H Glbion Thomas Farmer nod Jim Jones the entered member u tho club went out early yesterday morning and after a chase of three hours landed their game Jones dog hue time horror of oabihtng the tux IK tins good advice of a contemporary is followed we will soon dwell together again in brotherly love Lot there be no wore of factious Let us be content wllhI the title Democrat and take by the every other lHinocr t ami bold him firm He may be wrong about some things but God knows lie U not us wrong ax repub teens fire lie may dialer from yeti as to one thing but republicans oppose you in everything Let there bo no more qualified democrats wnMevcr the term of qualifi cation rosy Let the name and th fundamental principle of justice end right bathe broml platform on which Wli Rl co stand now PAINT LICK Paint Llok Is an old town but It has seemingly taken a new lease on life lately and has grows to be a burg of no little Importance Pen b ably too biggest Industry there Is the btam LoganIchurch hero This mill has always been u mousy maker and under thu ef ficient management of Mr Logan It Is doing bettor than ever W S Fish conducts u drug and fancy grocery store Mr Estrldgo carries a general merchandise stock as do Jennings anll 1l ore Champ Their stores Aiabn o ni ntjof prosperity and tnolr own ors have Sycfy Indication of mon who arc doing Samuel H Jennings conducts u big harness and coddler store and makes a specialty of repair The Veranda Horells now run I fan old friend C Butler Engleman to whom wo arc under obligations for good treatment and assistance He seems to havo a gold mine of ItIO regular boarders nud bill house always tilled with transients Ills excellent wife Is now doing her own cooking to the above largo number of people bu It is because she can not secure help She knows what to do In u kitchen as LltmtIe Norman Argo too Point Lick mid get Is still alive at 101 yours Ho is as lively as a cricket and not very larger than one Mrs Ce muohI estimable lady of that section was burled this week She was old Thu boat kept wan In Paint Lick Iiidmost town and sees as mush fun ns one GOj years his junior Ills good wife enjoys life at the sec of 73 This pall hUll been married 5l years and they are yet as affectionate as n bride und groom Mr Adams told us that ducts his long life ho had never had th ingei vctcrato user tobacco ea 14 and had been a moderato drinker uncomprodthat bo has never scratched n ticket ofYd t of the Paint Lick section who has as clean u political record as any man and who Is as clever as the tiara are IonAi There was novel a better contented people than the Paint Llckers an It doer a person good to lI dwelt In thol midst occasionally CHPS L CROW candidate for Asse wor of Lincoln teen ty tiubjwt lo the action of the Democratic party RIJOflEW W flUCHflllfln In a candidate to roprc nl Lincoln conrty In Ilio LogUlnture itabjoct to the uetlon of tho Uomoprutlc jwYlj Goo S Carpsnt countyeubJtrot IIIOIirST 1KIOR 1AII Toil Skunk SkinsWANT 25000Correspondence Sollcltal AC Burkhardt1InARteondSlreeu RESIDEnCE FOR RENT I dcslro to rent my homo on tat Main St opjxMlto Mrs Lou Shanks The IIODMI Is n celIlurxlillle tar YhlYO llUreeN J acres puylugrenten FOR SALE I COttllltOIInlCnll on or addrow J F CASH Maywood Ky CAPT STONE 8horlhornIlullrow Is removed Ituturn Ilexee- tnrdIt O IIOOKKIt CATTLE LOST I the11I111n theStlon movuryT City ICy Farmers Roller Mills srAitoaDiS7 Morris Fred Pror IntI1UloderulAale nttFlour Moal Chicken Food Etc having had dfKMrigs with u great many Exellano IorIeend the wry helot wilt IM my motto and I ni ji panonageC6ttabxvldwillMORRIS Imm Stanford POSTED I hm ir optify the public that land it 11 Inpaalloaohny 1L1Lh1FUtFRUITTBRQS MOItEUVXD KY Keep on hand at all titles a Splendid As sottmuni of CF crNNYl C1NE Also Undertakers Supplies Collins Caskets Livery Stably iti connection D S Carpenter nrsToxvtuE KV ions Forurcd the agency for Peering Mn ChnttRnOOll1IIIc plowwldrhtlareldenoCiturn To Trie Ocmocrnls of Lincoln Coarty At n inctitlnp of the Dcmwratlc County liondayIllellonfoclindldllhthe November efwtlon 1001 IfrlltnlHLincoln county on Saturday the lath day of March next hours of 0 a nomhlatlogcandidates voted for at U8 rrjulnr Novimlicr olo lIon CllrkeOllntSurveyorAtwCoroner Justlowof the fence und Cnimtabli or1lncolnxlringrturn for any of the olllees herclnb fore named shall on or before is oclock noon en the lot day of March IUOI notify the hiMIntention fulltcandidate to defray Ito IIICIHHnr and and expenxrsot holding sold prima ry election niceIlanlegal iuallllcatlon4 of voteiM who nro tine supIartdemnralllhllcnro cnrdlally Invited are expected nnd nro oiillllrd to vot In wild primary election IlEsiUAen 4th That tilt minors who nro democrat and who wilt become ot ago hoI 1rQ1Mrlortlonterntven for the followlujolUeH hBll pay mho following printedoUiimty JudloSIOHherllT 3 00 00ICountyfJounty Superintendent of scliooln 40 00 An e or 20 00 Jailor Is lleiiresonuttv for tbo County 5 KesotVKt Oth That mild cleutlou shall la held under and cllllihlCI111I strict accordance with the laws of this Common wealth regulating and controlling the Ion dnot of irlmnry tVAnltavr 1 oLw y r o Jeii r iCi0eeO e e NEW FIRM Je w o Having sold tt half interest In my buggy and Implement business to e 0CGARSOff rEffGE g We will keep iq stock at nil times a handsome lino of i Buggies Carriages a Harness oyiuse Farming Implements In addition we wil1 handle all kinds of ofJo grain Oorn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will favor the new o firm with I remain Yours 0WA CARSON 0 j = 0- OOC OOOOOOGOC O OOt OC O COOO JOOOG 1 New Store r t We have opened n full line o- fGroceries D r r t c In the Miller Store Iloom next Moor to Cummins tC McClnryri Znsk you to come in and sec our stock und get our price Good Goods at Lqv Prices will he our 0 i W W 1EerlluligQN T T iC fdl fj qf te s 4M e ti + Ii ryaasHfr1 itt 11 8 fr Odds and Ends ijl i 7t ill 4V 811li giATit f ID tJqe j k money lutheFon tSj- f Remnants and Job Lots i ti y We have them in Every Line Ser our window and notice Sf J the prices on every item Jijj e rt rIWDIRT CHEAP i i JJ f NY r pH J MCROBERTS fr t4 D r la sbakalr Fa Ie ltyt- rsir it I t t t i t 1tot t h r tJsUo1r t1ac 9 eRP n r a taraccc4 It Shoe Sale Continues I Two more weeks elf red you in which to wetire these goods below the cost price February 1st positively ends this olltr Itcmember it bikes the SlOT CASH to get them Every manV shoe in the house goes in this sale il 1 flT H BREHT SRVINB YrnjTl J tV V b bv ti t WJb J iMSOOO ilannu Shoe Sd 00 85 00 l 83 76 84 50 Hclnier Ilrttnnumst2 no 83 50 82 HO S3 00 82 lo il si JW Plow Shoe M 00 IiU 00 Itnilroatl Hoots S3 00 IiJOHN P JONES Stanford I t ilI i 2 eiil I Severance Sonst DRY GOODS AND SHOES m COUNTERi J t We have just plncClI Oil salt Is full of gUllll things and J the Inet Lillo of Hnmhurg the more you hur the moro k W lodgings and Laces we have you save ever shown Welmvo tho odd 1111 ends I Jliatitiful match qty in allof Woolens Iocredos Sijks I widths from tho daintytier Linings Calicoes Outings r 1 JICIW ones for the babies dress Laces and Uamburgs to wide applique cllccts m ri Thev aro going fiist and iYou chonld FCQ wlint wo can you should not wait until tlie t gonot 1 Nainsook Cambricks Cotton rturd Dimities m 0 SEVERANCE SONS I Opposite Court House m E iIii ti e t =Jy ty yr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL bUahcIXII aV And r 1dV 1 PER YEAR CASH Whtnnot ioptldfflSOO will be ensued Entered n the potlofllee at Stanford at teonddatt matter KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North Ma m 211II 2 la 23 South MH12 3 klu 2II 11 Mpm For illirolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2l ArrrlTfittSuntordit 108 No 21 LMTM Stanford at 210 AM No21 ArriresatUowUndtt 1200 No22 Leaves Stanford at 230 r QUEEN AI CRESCENT Trains going S uthtaM Junction City No see not Itor No Ko5 lli22Ail No 9 603 r u r Going South No2 doesnt stop No 341 a No 1 123 r No 10 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trlna leave Frankfort llBO AM 340 PM mil r u connecting at Ueorftctown with theQ A O lUlutnlni leave 1arli at VSO u and S4fl r reaching Frankfort alter connecting with Q A C trains at 1120 117 10 r and 013 The tatter train leave for Jenwtnwn at 713 JK NEWTON U1A Clarence ColemanAgaln r j BACOLOR LUZON P I Dec l1HI- s DO longer a novelty of being in the PhllI0plne If Indeed It over was ti for It seems that we have spent the y greater part of our life over hare among these half savage bare yellow logged cugus Indeed it would be a most agreeable change to shift the r scene which by the way will be made within the next six months We have now been hero at Bacolor nine long months with chances of being hero some time longer We are however no longer in charge of the town I e Co K we having been relieved five days ago of tho cbarge Of the town by Company B 41st Infantry from Gun guai which will do the town guard scouting etc Our entire company is now on detached service Our compa cy K now constitutes the prison guard at the Bacolor Military Prison The company has no other duties save as guard at the prison but that is mot severe within Itself so much so that we had to be relieved of thp town guard and other outside duties etc The men only get in one and two nights going on guard every other day or In other words coming off one day and going on the pext As most of the prison guard is provost duty as a consequence the all the time formen are on their feet they surelydo work tho gugus There are also a few military prisoners here Well Thanksgiving has como and gone The day was observed In all the American garrisons In the Philippines i Wo had ono more good meal and It was duly appreciated as we have been liv c lag bard for a long time We had fried chicken cranberries sweet potatoes peaches rice pudding radishes and a few other dainties A very plate din ner at home but not for one that has been living on bacon rice dried peach es and bard tack for so many months Kach man was given half a chicken As ji for me I dont care for turkey and I guess It Is a good thing especially when one Is in this country The US commissary in quoting Christmas turkey gives that bird at 58 cents a pound which makes the turkey quite a big priced bird In the Philippines There is considerable activity at n present going on all over tne islands Oa Nov 30th over 2000 rebels surren dared in one body to Gen Young at Santa Maria Tbey gave as their rea jns for surrendering the election of McKinley the increase of American troops in their district and the depor tation of prisoners on the part of Amer Fully 0000 Filipino soldier rcaD2I either surrendered or been takes prisoner during the past days AI goodly number has also been killed and wounded A large quantity of armsI and other Insurgent ordinance stores have also been captured and surrender ed lateiy but this Is nothing the same thing has been going on for the past 12 months and yet the unequal struggle department has degoes on The navy elded not to withdraw any of tho ma Fined stationed in the Philippines nt the present on account of the early F withdrawal of the volunteer army In l stead what other marines that can be spared from the United States and the other possessions will be sent to the r Philippines It is also given out that two battalions eight companies of the ti10th infantry will be sent here In the near future from Porto Rico Thorn are 1000 recruits now en routo from New York to Manila The Oth Infan try which U wintering in China will most likely bo brought back to the Philippines In the spring There are now close to 70000 American euldlef In the Philippines I understand that the government Intends enlisting several thousand more Filipinos in the U S service I havo only read a brief of tile presidents message but what I glean tho prcsl I den U very anxious for an Increase In the army Well there will bo room for these over hero when the volunteers leave A large army will be required in the Philippines for years I fear Ope year ajo today the I lit was sail log along through the deserts of Egypt In the Suez canal A year ago yeUor r day we were ut Port Said and on tho night of Dec 11 wo anchored off Suez City We wore having a good time a year ago Constantly on the move but a years service In the tropics will temper the toughest of them Success to the I J and its many readers CLAKRNCB COLKMAK TDK GRIP i A wheeze A sneeze Bones ache Brains bake Eyes red Sore head Cant feed Cant read Cant smoke No joke- Cant slug Ears ring Cant talk Cant walk Dont care Rip Swear l pills Does bills A little colored boy of nine years has been preaching a series of sermons in the A M E Church In North Ileasurovllle that stamp him as a new century wonder His knowledge of thd Scriptures is said to be something remarkable in one young lIe uses good English anti hw plenty ot language at his command He is in earnest and makes a good impres slon on oil who hear him The white leo pie who havo heard him pronounce him a wonder The Department of Animal Industry at Washington City has stationed a veterinary inspector at the stockyards In Louisville to inspect cattle sheep BOIl hogs at the scales placing Louisville ton a footing with other large cities as to In spection of animals for food John Knlpp Frank Thompson his son in law nine times with a rifle at Olive Hill killing him instantly Thompson is said to have threatened Knlpps life and was advancing on him with a knife flows TillS WI oiler One Hundred Dollar Howard for any clUe of Catarrh that cannot Le cured Haifa Ca tarrh Curt J F CHEENEV A CO Pro t Toledo We the underlined hue known J Cheney the tat yean and believe him perfectly honorable In all imilueu trannctloniand finan Icily able to carry oul any obligation made by their firm A TRI Wbolmle DrurclU Toledo O WAUUNO KIKSAS A Mtnvi Wholesale Drug late Toll Ohio IlaUa Catarrh Cure la token Internally acting directly urn the blood and inurouiiurfacru of the idem rice irv bottle Sold by all drug gUts THmonlalefre Halla family lllla are the bell Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday February 11 1901 Between tho hour of 0 a m and p m at the conrthouso door in Stanford Lincoln aunty Ky I will cxposo to the ulclie t bidder for cash In hand to pay tho State and county tuxes for the vcurs shown oppo site tho names the following property or much thereof as may be necessary to pay said taxes This list will by published onco a week for tour weeks and tho names will disappear M soon nacho tax and cost arc paid Cost of advertising 81 30 Time and spnco forbid us from publUhlni all out an other list will appear In four STANIOIUI WHITE Ilaugh J It acres 2 70 Ilarncs W ii town lot 10 llrummett Mrs and daughter 5 acres 3 O- Snurke Frank 10 aero 1 10 Collier James M town lot 2 31 Dalton Josiah 3 nerd I 70 Airs 0 town lot 55 1111EDoreFish Mrs M F100 acres 40 Planlgan Mrs Mary town lot 301 Grant Joseph town lot 355 Klrkpatrick Kitty n r 3i acres = n Iioasurc Tom acres 2 03 Martin WIUlani norm 03 Martin T II town lot 2 M Miller MKO trustee Lillian and Maud HtiutnomU oitlaiul 30 Murphy Mrs George town lot 2 10 Mcfiulmn G A n r 3 town iota r0 Oaks J W n r two ucrus 2 70 1ence LUlia town lot a 10 1htlllps II D1 acre aso Sims Tom 50 acres a 00 Smith Tom ex Hall town lot far 0 3ucres 00 Crulger Mrs Ada town tot 03 STAN rout cnumKn Hall Oliver ono micro 3 lltillo Thomas 20 acres 3 40 Harrow Manuel acre Haughman Llge town lot 2 lleasler John 2t acre a 00 Huckner Scott town tot 3 Uurr Andcrsan two town lots 10 00 CottpurJoh h acres S 00 Crow Wllllii ten aero 212S- lIa won Sum 1 acre 40 Embry Hell town lot no Evan Ittchard n r 30 acres 20 Glvciis Harrison helrHitown lot 2 fo Olvens Anthony heirs townjlot I Hays Will iS acre 3 15 Helm Green and fettle town lot 85 Helm Harrison acres Hill More 10 acra 3 40 tlllgglns Henry acres 315- fjoncK William No1 town lot 7 Langsfortl Miner ono acre j 30 Montgomery Mack ono acre fc- o1ennlngton Hud acres 40 Ilout ICIchuril acres 2 is- Hmltli Alton Jr aero ill Snocd John town lot 405 Istwart Harrison ten acres t jO Tardlff W I town lot 70 Wade Lucy town lot jo 40IWithers G W1 acre 2 70 Wood Amanda n r ncns 30 CIIAII OKCIIAKU wniie Adams MM Nancy tax Id9 831i acres 810 85 Brit 0 A r 3 iiore rn- Dclitnoy Matliow Si ncrii 2 70 ItoJ er Fngaly Jacob three acre 39 Graham E W Si acres 3 15 Miller William ncros 313 Smith Mrs A K 130 ILcr1 3 03 Stowart Mrs Ellxalioth n r 210 acres 3 S3 Stormvs John licks 100 nerve 70 Stevens Levi E hrs n 100 acres 3 23 CIIAn OKCIIAUII IOLOItEl halley Ilg acre I 00 Mlddleton Hurtle town lot BmUli J II n r 3JJ acre- WAYNKSIiU1tu WHITE Bailey W II acres i 2 Balnnl Goo II u r 50 acres 1 50 laugh Greenup n r 50 acres 2 40 liaslm lyre 33jacres 2 40 nabghl John 132 acres 4 C- ORastiu Iauci lire n r 123 acres 2 40 llurnelt J 05 acres fBlankinshlp S F SO acres 3 00 Brackett John 16 acres 1 Unit F N 53 acres 4 00 Coyle MalY A 83 acres 3 05 DUlllhotist Carl 50 acres 3 Drro W D 57 acres 3 20 Fitzwater Kd W sties 2 05 Gains J S 15 acres SO Grabowski Fred n r 100 acres S 40 lIam SaUl A 18 acres 2 60 Hicks David 30 acres 305- Hlldcrbrand Ftt 60 acres 3 C5 Jewell 0 n r SO acres 1 50- Kninsky Win Sr 50 acres 6 60 Slelton Kubf 16 acres 2 70 Miller GJW n r175 acres 4 jO Mullins Sam n r 80acres 2 Mullins It Hn r 72 acres OI McDonald Elizabeth 110 acres 3 McWhorler W n r 70 acres 2 63 Nolan P11 50 acres 3 90 reek A C acres 380 Record R J 53 acres JO Rogers U T 63 acres 2 70 Sisco II F 137 acres 3 30- Stampley G 57 acres 5 Suddmh J C n r 75 acres 75 Todd Martha S n r 70 acres 50 Tulb3 David n r 125 acres 2 05 Young A J 65 acres 5 00 Flint Ram town Iota30 Fox F F heirs 300 acrCl 3 55 Singleton W M 20 acres 2 HUSTOJJVILLE WIIITK Adams I L11 ncres 8 2 15 frown Gabe 5 ncres 05 Durham W V55 acres 3 Gibson Wm 2 acres 2 10 Lair Henry 5 acres 71 Martin Joanna 63 acres 3 7li Martin Kay 3 acres US Mason William 2 acres 2 00 Menlcr Eb town lot 3 Mimclman Vm n r aero 2 40 Reed John 4 acres 4 50 Taylor J 1140 acres t10 Vaught Dudlov town lot 4 10 suck F G for 1801000 n r 100 acres 3 40 IIUSTOSV1IIK COlAng- UBaiey Chas aero 2 15 Bright Hattie n r11 acres 2 00 Drown Twit town lot 180 Iirown Tinsley town lot SO Rruce James hw 25 acres 2 40 Burton Ihilllp brs 5 acres Caldwell Kph town lot 2 55 Dryc Stephen town lot 1 SO Given Adam 7 acres 2 70 GIvens John 11 Bern 2 00 Jasper Lee acre I 80 Johnson Henry 15 acres 5 05 Morton John 40 acres 300- McCbrmack T II 3 acres 2 25 Owens Willis 15 acres 330 Reynolds Henry 5 acres 2 in Smith Partcn town lot SO Weatherfoid Adam town lot SO Welch James town lot 70 Bright John n r 30 acres 11 bO LI8TTAKBN St1HUVISOBB 1000 Fox 0 A125 acres 5 00 Collier Din 33 fierce 12 05 8 M OWENS SiinnirK OLD MOCK WHISKY George O Weiitberford has a contract furI FULL Cosrnot Art sere of Old Mock WIili ky In Hu tonwllc Ky IL O MOCK Diinvlllo Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BURKE SJK Prors JUNCTION CITY KY TurnoutFlrstClaits at Uuasonable Hates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds LabIa Everything firBtclasa Porters meet all trains 89 COAL disc SALT I will have my cooiIbins completed by Oct and will keep on bund three of tho licit coul also salt and I will sell It to mcrchuntll by wagon load ut a very small margin Will continue to pay the hlghest prices Hickory Spokes StlUfoij Headings Goods and Groceries At rock bottom prices Give tne a trial and I will save you money II lUNa MOIIEIANII KY ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of 3PICKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For IHcci c4 GEO T FARRIS Of Garrard a cnndldnto for ronomlnatlon flldtrl t iiitlllMMud thllfor State to of Lincoln jinny Itoyla and Ourrard coun tied subject Ki the itctlou of thu democratic party CIIAS L DAWES Is a candidate for Aiwomor of Lincoln coun tyt subject to the action of tho tlomocruilc party J M CARTER Sr- i 1lncoluoountYIlbjoct ty J C MoWHORTSR Of Crab Orchard U u candidate for Acs lorot Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic party T J HILL Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic partf MeG REYNOLDSI- s a candldato for Aosessorot Lincoln coun ql subject to the action of Iho democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county t subject to tho action of tho democratic part E W LILLARD Of Danville Is a candidate for State Senator In this district composed of Lincoln Oftsoy Uoylo anil farmed counties subject tu tha action of tho detnocratlepa- rtySAMUEL M OWENS Isacandldato for Atsessorof Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party an F NORTH liH candldato to niprwent Lincoln County In the 1J1slature1Ilubjoct to the action of the l W I IIEKRIN Is a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic par ty J II RAINES- I a candidate for tho nomination of Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party VM LANDGUAF- Ii a candidate for AMCs tor of Lincoln count subject to democratic action THAMES II WRIGHT Is a candidate for Aaoasor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic Party JOIN C PEPPLES It candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Ooubty subject to thin action ot tho democratic par ty Your support Is oollclted DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to till action of tho democratic party Ho solicit your support GUS UcCOEKACK- Ii of Lincoln counn candidate for Assosaor ty subject to the action of the democratic party GEO A EUXSANKS It a candidate for Jailer of Itnooln County subject to the action of thn democratic patty JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln Ounty- lubjoct Ut tho action of tho democratic Iar- ty Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your carriage or wagon liillnitfliiss stylo RtlHirlencod men to do It nod work guaran teed can havo your old volilrlb made oow for very Ilttlo tuunuy J IL UUEKH Stanford Ky FOSTEDI hcrebj warn allperwnfromtrroapaadngon tnr- Carmlor i t rmy I8r WMIANIJiItAF grigerKy- aloI warn all persons from tnwpawlnu on nil fum on Duck wbalerrr FaarNlgVUAtlenitebn- KyDAMS b H FISTULA CURE +Manufactured by J W Adams k Co Ialnt Lick Iy U a guaranteed sure cure fur hor csllnd mule s Fistula Pullevll Hwlnncy tcratchc addle HoIU IIILrd and Eoft Enlargements UruasyHeel lIItemper tc For sale W orts druggist Stanford M IG Humphrer 1llJnrtYI U II ThoDlpun llnKsvlllo A CuhlwlJlI Waynesbnr Ihann liras llrl apuvlllo Ky I tornpton tlllludgovl- llot Hash tOlure It Jeter Mlddlubnrg ICy Turnersvlllo J It unhook McKIn nuy BEAZLEY Fs HAYS4- NDERTA8L R8 PE tKRS IN urn1tureMattingSRugeAnd They will Ezc range Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY nA 1fII fffi The Soutnern mutual investment CD t OF LEXINGTON KY =NSVRANCE REVERSED t r ycpa while you live Old Line Companies pay when you die Yliich do yogi proter i Over K0000 pniil in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus 00000 Paid in Maturities in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or 11 1cn ninglon Local Ajts Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Bradftmlsville Ky 000000000000000000000000000000000000 o 0 g t CHINN FRVE1 g- g Brokers a o o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky g 0o o Stocks Bonds Cotton GrainogProvisions and Investment g o Bought and Soldo0o o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o gexecuted g O Bank and Commercial Itsfcroncrs Long Distance Telephone 910 0 O O- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO r A C SNEsCONTRACTOR A BUILDER4a t STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Blinds Metal Roofing Rough jntid Lumber Liith Shingles Etc- SushII wit duplicate any prices offered MN NMNM u s CUT PRICESe On Overcoats Rand Heavy Suits vile Ea PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky S 4 1 41 n nn ANNOUNCEMENT J Spring gs Summer 1901 l represent LAMM COMPANY Chicago invite you to poll our an inspection of theirf Superb Spring and Summer Clothiift 1 Which comprise the choicest productions of the worlds leading mills A LAMM creation beers the Stamp orArALLTE in material FIDELITY workmanship and correctness in fitn concentration of their trade l11otw1l1l Best on Earth JAMES FBYE Hustonville Ky 1 0 1 11 N N1N71N7 191- We Have n Ful Line of ti Ledgers Journals Day and Gash Books For the New Year Good Clouds at Low Prices Pennys Drug StoreTKLKIHOXK NO 2 L Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding DepartmenttWrite for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN CO Contractors And Z3oilders STAtJFORDlKY have now a complete itockoMlulldlng Material Yellow Ilno 1loorlnFOelllnJ Doora Sash Winds and of Drossca and ItoyRh Lumber ng Lo cult 1osU fnVe mulco esllroatoion auykludof York wnut 4aomco opiwslteJOr L II Cooks CD w iLir a