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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 4 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL= I VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUtRY22510010 A M NO 93 Bethel Ridge Stato Of Casey Leaving McKlnuoy on the noon train South over the Q It C route wo sped rapidly over tho It miles Intervening botwcuu that place und tho boo in UK llttlo city of KubanUs located partly In Lincoln und partly In Puluskl coun ties Oq alighting Laos tho tralnabout tho first roan to grasp our hand wan t that prince of II II agcola nod heat ol nil the boys J C Good who held the olllce of freight and express ngonl In life town for more than 20 years Thu old 0 S management fouldnt do 4without him and tho Queen ft Crescent Indispensable Tho only trlfllngthlng about Good Is hi OUCH nlonal yielding to au Inclination to write for tho newspaper taut hie let tors arc always full of Interest and wo thlnklho IJ would do well to solicit them Thoro is no mistake about Ku 4bank reported boom Shoe getting euro Now stores now dwelling leu8t1Ittho fixtures of the town like our friend r Good Is T W Donley Ho conduct the business of a general storo and looks almost se young as ho did whrn we first knew him as an export of lilt nola nearly a hundred years ago Tom I has been succosful In business und Kubank will miss him when be dies for I suppose ho will sometime nut how about It when the roll Is called TommyI buiy In his new toro and customers wore oaring with baskets full or bargain goods and imllos ton their faces that would knock tho mo out of a ginger cake 20 feet away tlasso wcro lady customers and tbo were Intended for Mr Wosioy- i who Is a handsome young man of IMS than 20 summer Mr t Wilder tho cdlolont inttmas tqr and allaround merchant was busy but accommodating and has our thanks for attentions Other merchants seemed not wanting In trade while the now hotel kept by Mr Apple late of Casey countywas enjoying a liberal patronago Mr Si lOll Wesley tbo Bethel Ridge mere ohart and postmaster has recently erected a largo and expensive building on his lot Just east of tho depot and Is supplying It with provender fertilizer t etc for tbo accommodation hit trade In that section From the number of new horne up and going up and the great amount of lumber stacked In the town wo would suppose the saw mill mon are doing an immense business In and about Kubanks Millions of feet of Anytbll1Isupplied In the town To mention all the evidences ol Improvement In tbo thriving llttlo city would require qulto a lengthy letter but wo can say with all Its force of meaning hor enterprise la commendable and worthy of ml la tlon We said something about some nN 4 Jtaell In her quiet olty of this dead Yo they arc there some short ones sumo long ones Childhood youth nod old ago all rtrtt thero Wo lost ones t whoto l oplor clay was deposited them Ilufus Morgan a young gentle man whose life was out short in the very bloom of manhood Hie inter must took laM only a few days ago nnd the living went away to their homes over which sorrows like this must One day liovar- Ltitvtag Kubanks at 220 u behind Silas Ve9l yi tine span of grays rag I ular roadsters driven by Willie God by who bold the reigns like ti regular uJcihuII and talks like a barber wo soon covered ulno miles stretching out t between Kulmnke and Ilothol Ridge dismounting tiara wound and refreshed by the ride Once only beforo had wo I been hero bnt the acquaintances form ed thoro have In part re nod Into very warm friendship and of course wo wore very glad to meet these friends again We are now tho gueol of Postmaster Silas Wesley than whom we have not known a bettor man Ho has a most excellent family one of whom Ml bt Kate wo vary much regret Id down with typhoid rover und a throat troub ile to make her Illness the moro severe At this writing her symptoms nro con sidered a llttlo more favorable than they worn porno days bgo Another case of this dreaded Incase U that of John A Wall a young man of this t neighborhood who la dangerously J n Walbono child died of brain fo war near hero Friday J Saunters buy was bitten badly by n dog und Dr Wesleywas telephoned for Friday night The family lives nearer Middle burg than hero Owing to sickness of the teacher llrst employed to Instruct the public school hero the session was interrupted and did not close until the 8th The pupils got but live days rest Mr K W Martin of Norwood opened a select school of40 pupils Monday morning 14th IIo taught three days got tllek- lDIl returned home Jcavlu r Bishops Wesley in charge It Is hoped ho will bo abloto resume his duties again next week s o r Tho enterprising citizens or this tee Lion and eomo or Somerset havo wise ly decided to put themselves In direct communication with each other and now havo the necessary stock ubhcrlb Id and a meeting at Ansel on Tuesday was held to shape tbo business for the linmndiato stringing of tha wires and placing the phones Mr U L Wesley and family havo moved horo from Joyco and will farm in the community II W Wcsloy na s gooo to Missouri with a view to beat- Ing there L P Dobord hug accepted a clerkship at Science Dili und went on duty lust week Of tho commercial men culling here this week wo note lion Lucky Sweeney and Cornell son This class or travelers find ac commodation at the homo or Mr Silas Wesley tho loading merchant lucre He doeent own e hotel but has had cxv perlenco us a landlord Jtlst tho same You see above that be got hart ono day but his guest was Lucky tbo nextThis county Is swarming wltn candi dates neuklng favor at the coming pri mary election Although this U called a itluk country wo have not hud one to shako at every nlllco seeker wu have mot Wo find them vory much interested In tho dear people and confi dent uf jlectloll Hon hoary Taylor WAS bore title week fooling the pulse of Bethel Ridge voters with a view to of faring his services In a public capac ity again Mr Alice MofTett of ODara who has been visiting friends and relative hero left fur her homo Thursday Mr und Mrs U T Ashley have boon viII thing at Yosemite Mr Joshua Tay lor of Ansel was visiting horo Friday ue wanaUu Mlsv Laura Reed of Mb Olive rho leading evcuteoolally tbl week was the marriage of Mr Virgil God by to MUa Etta Trusty two prowl mint young people of this faction Rev- I R jodby officiated A raceptlon was given HI thu grooms fathers Mr Percy Oodby when a large crowd par took of a delicious supper and spout an evening of profound pleasure These young people are launched upon tho matrimonial tea with the best wishes of a host of friends Rev L n God by preached an ex coliont sermon hero Sunday und Is ca pablo of doing the same thing 02 Sundays u year W R Goocn LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fine Barred Plymolh Rock rooster for sale HubcrtCarpentcr Stanford 60 yearling cattle for sale overstock od and want to sell W P Urlmus Preachcrsvlllo Robert L Doty sold to Cal Uurgln a brood tow Black not for e50Rich mood Register Foil SALU Thrco Improved Duroo Jersey red boars ready for service It II Ilrounugb Crab Orchard LuteeL Co shipped to Cincinnati a FheyboughtLutes Co sold to dins Carson of Casey 60 75Jb IIhoatii at 4c and bought sane back togo May 16 to 20 at 4a Wanted four 100 to 126pound black Berkshire hogs two beers and two sows for breeders John C Drown Walnut Grove Ky ItR L Hubble sold to T It Van cleave of Marlon two Jacks at 3 250 and WOO T O Rankln sold blm one at lloO Mr Vancl ave bought 24 jacks In Lincoln Boyle und Garrard at 81UO to 60ti I M Dunn bought of Mr Thomas Buugbmun his house und 86 acres ol land adjoining for 81000 Mr Dunn also purchased of Dave Dunn and T B Bright 200 acres of land at350Marko bury cor Advocate James Starr sold 200 head black and short horn cattle to Sehwumolilld nnd Thebunchono of tho finest lots of cattle tho country They will bo delivered this weekCentralla Mo Guard LIBERTY Prof Deboard has a very Interesting class In sight singing at this placo Tho Literary Society has very In teresting meetings on Friday evenings Mrs Dr Wesley entertained tho ladies of W C1 U Tuesday evening Rev James S Doll of Pokln N Y la preaching at tho Christian church Bro Fcrrill the Baptist minister will deliver u lecture at the courthouse on Thursday evening next Liberty has quite n largo school thl winter having 10 pupils Several thNormalchanlcllhl33rd to the 4th Sunday lu each mouth Rev Purdom will preach the second SundayWill Hill of Campbcllsvlllo was horo u few days this week Miss Battle Wilkinson returned from Danville Sat urday where Bhe has been vhitiut BradrorolivllloW Phillips P W Napier of Louis ville Is hero on business Amiss Martha Tllford who bus ben lu the Joseph homeforanon was hero last week on business Harvey Wilkinson of Mosco Mills Mo is hero visiting relatives r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond has a Negro undertake suddenlyInA Spencer county Negro coughed up alive frog Mr T Pike of Adair was se dourly gored by a cow IOUrvan Bros store at Danville was considerably damaged by fire John Bryant for shooting Peter Perkins at Jolllco watt given seven years K S Newell aged 74 and ono of the wealthiest and most Influential men of ulakl Is dead- Twentytwo shares of Doyle County National hank stock owned by tho late A E Logan sold at 8101 at Dan vlllo Jesse Cotton was found guilty of man slaughter In the Whitley circuit court and sentenced to six years confinement In the penitentiary W Reed Embry Hurry G Wlngatc and Thomas P Reed are candidates for tbo democratic nomination for rep resentative from Boyle county An indictment has been returned by tho grand jury or tho Wbltley circuit court against Rolly White charging hIm with the willful murder of James Shotwcll The saw mill belonging to J D Hughe at High Bridge was destroyed by lire This U tho fourth time It has burned Loss 810000 partially cover ed by insurance W T Richardson has closed outs his coal business to Mr George Hock or who will be pleased to fill your or ders for coal In the oleicJuactlon City cor Advocate- W B Morkloyt Sons mill at Lab anon burned 23000 gushers of wheat 3000 bushels of corn 800 two bushal grain bugs und 14000 Hour and meal bags wont up with the llamas Loss about 126000 Tom Thatcher thinks that Judge Morrow might bays suppressed the Corbin mob more effectually by order ing from Somerset a few smallpox sue poets Instead of tbo bluegrass militia to the EcenoJournal- Under a decree of court tbo master commissioner of iho Putaskl circuit court sold at public auction a farm of 143 acres and throe houses and lots belonging to W J Davidson former su perintendent public Innirucllou for 15502 50 HUBBLE Miss Carrie Arnold of Garrard Is visiting Mrs J C Eubanks II C Wallet hoe located In Stanford for a wbllo and will be missed In this community as ho was the first to call on those who needed help and the last to leave Dr Wesley culled to sec Mrs S M Spoonamoro who has been very sick for u tow days Undo Fred Yakey aged 74 died since our last letter Ho was a splendid old gentleman Kd Keetonsbrolber bought Bishops farm of 70 faros at e37 00 Corn brought 2 fodder Bio a shook calves S21 and all other things satisfactory prices Mr Bishop will leave for Oklahoma shout Fob fab Wo bate to give him up as he Is a useful man Ic our corn munity and will ba missed C U Yea gar sold some shoats to Roach for 4io Bishop fi Polegrove have returned from Louisville where they sold their crop of tobacco at an average of lie Luoe Uro bought some nice sheep of H C Walters for 88 James Sutton bought a young pair of mules of John Spoonnmoro for 8120 Garrott Wood bought pair of aged mules of John Woods for 230 John Robinson sold some heifer to Gtlor o Wood at 1c D N Prewlu bought some butcher stuff of J J Walker and Jag McKeohnle at 3 and 3c RBSOLUTIONS OF RKSPKUT IHIlII of CraltslLodJe No 722 F t A M VIIKHBS An allwise Providence has called tram his earthly labors to tho Celestial Lodge above our worthy and honored brother Dr William Da vis Stone on Jan 7 1001 Therefore bolt Resolved That Craftsman Lodge No 722 F A ML extend to the be reaved fanny our deepest sympathy He was our brother and wo aro deeply sensible of the aching void caused by his departure May the Grand Master ourokeeping 2 That further wo honor his mom ory by placing a copy of these resolu tions on tho records of this lodge also that u copy be sent to the family and that a copy bu sent to tbo Masonle Homo Journal thu Adair News nnd tho INTKIUOK JOURNAL for publica tion J WILKINSON jComM What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Clmraharlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to n dot They ore easy to take and pleasant in cllcct Fur ealp by Craig Hooker Drugglsta a LANCASTER The doctors are kept busy visiting the sick The Ladles Aid Society met with Mrs H C Jennings Saturday Little TsJ Price and his mother Mrs W A Price are both vlcllma of time measlesiwith Mrs Loul Landram Tuesday for reorganizationTbo at the Christian church Sunday was notably diminished by co much sickness Dr J L McKeoe filling his pulpit here Sunday after his recent illness was an agrecble surprise The workbouse In this city a recently erected building has been let to William Tllletl a contractor on the Lexington fi Lancaster turnpike Mrs Mattie Dawes of Louisville and Colby Jenkins have sold their portions of the Dave Smith land in the Uryonts vlllo vicinity 100 acres at S4C to U S W Swopo- Engcnc Beazlcy threo year old eon of Dr and Mrs W S Beazlcy Is now reported to have some chance for re covery Ha lay at tho point of death for several days Tho grip has caused much suffering in this community several members of a family have all been at tbo same time and nearly alt tbo families ofII certain section or Street would contain several Invalids Prof Hampton of the Graded School has suffered an attack of the measles Principal J H Patterson has hud an affliction of tho grip and Miss Annie Roysion of the same family has had acute throat trouble- J Porter White who appeared bore at tho opera bouse last season in Faust and to entranced his audience will enact the same role in this noted Gorman drama before a Lancaster gathering on the 18th of February On Fob 5th Miss Hawkins of Bry anlsyllle will be untied in marriage to Mr Baker a welltodo farmer of Jes samine The prospective groom is tho owner of n comfortable homo In which to ensconce the mistress of his heart and hearthstone Rev W M Likens State organizer for prohibition work and Prof Karl Taylor a line singer will give a free entertainment In this city this evening at the courthouse Good audiences are requested to properly express the strong temperance sentiment of the communityW and Mrs Elzura Ray of Buckeye were granted license to mnrrr on Tuesday and tho nuptial knot was becomingly tied In this city by Rev Woolford tho Baptist minis ter Tho ceremony took place at the homo of Mrs Thomas Stephens on Lexington street Henry Ward of Sbelbyvjllo has been In this community prospecting IIo thinks of removing bra family and locating hero if a profitable business enterprise Invllea bU Interest and a suitable dwelling house found for rent Mr Ward contemplates the pur chase of a livery stable Mrs Kato Woods of Chicago Is vis lUng Mrs William George William J Kinnaird of Nashville Is here with his parents qulto of grip Mrs E W Harris hum roturnod from u visit to W U Harris of Carlisle Miss Gonu Dunlap after a visit to tho Misses Burn side has returned to Lexington Miss IC tie West und Miss Minnie Johnson are attending Normal School at Bowl ine Green v Chairman D R Collier called a meeting of tho republican committee at the law olllco of Lewis LlValkeron Wednesday Jan 23 at 1 to termine tbo method tune and place for nominating candidates for county nnd magisterial district olllecs A good attendance was reported Tho meeting adjourned without any definite proceedings but will meet again Monday court day at the samo place CHURCH NATTERS Rev Edward Davis formerly pastor of ono of the largest congregations In Oakland Cal has abandoned the pulpit for the stage The new Catholic Cathedral at Cov Ington will bo dedicated on Sunday morning It Is the largest and most costly church In Kentucky- W H Wade a Campbollllo minis ter living near Vclpcn lad has been arrested on charge nf counterfeiting a complete set of tools being found under his homo Sore and Bwnlen joints sharp shoot log pains torturing muscles no rest no sleep That moans rheumatism It is a stubborn disease to light but Chamber Iains Ialu Balm has conquered It thou sands of times It will do fit whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One Application lelievcs thu pain For salt by Craig h HocScr Joe Jefferson who has found the stage to be both a mine and a taint is going Into tho Florida winterhotel business as the only Hi occupation of a Midas r rT1 4rriSaiIJ = Jm THE WORST OF VZNTIR J 1IsYet To come m Overijj II JJat lieduccd Pnces V MackintoshesMI BII miMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing aud Repairing s t ii r money back If youre not satisfied hJlYour f t HIRSGH Danville JSuccessors to J L Frohman dr Co i AT COST r1 wa- Suits Overcoats and Odd Pants I Vc will sell anything we have in Clothing fur the next 30 days This is done in o der to make room for our Spring Stock puLNowst And You NVill Save Money CUMMINS MeCLARY Bucket Pump And Wa tel Purifier It Is the simplest deviceSfor mliiiiit water It is tho Busiest to adjust to any well It U very durattt It wrxn emiosi It will uot fieoze It lam none of the objection common to pumps HIGGINSSi McKINNEY Stanford PHONE 1O m N1LiOY1Mf011f TYlY or IfM1MNMWati New StoreWo have opened a full line o- fGroceriesJn tho Miller Slwro Ii our next door to Cunuuius it JlcClnry1 and ak you to conic in anti soc our stock und get our prices Good Goods at Low Prices will be our motto and we will adhere strictly to it Everything new mid firstclass w w SAUNDERS cp STANFORD KY iCD N 0o 3 0 WBMRoberts THE DRUGGIST Salls Bast Goo s ttTrade With Him a t J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IT C WALTON Tt QUEEN VICTORIA DEAD QUKHN VICTORIA after a remarkable fight for life is no more nnd Enp land Is in gloom over the death of the grand and Rood woman The end came Tuesday evening and her son the Prince of Wales Immediately became king under tbe title of Edward VII If ho shall prove a worthy successor to his noble mother then indeed will r England be fortunate He has beer to express it ID slang a bone In hie day but his crop of wild oats is bar vested and there Is no reason that he should not settle down to a reign of ti honor to himself and glory to his subjects Upon receipt of the news at Wash ingtoo President MoKinley dispatched a rneseage of condolence Secretary of State Hay sent a similar message to be conveyed through Ambassador Cboatc The flag on the Executive Mansion was at half mast an unusual proceeding r and the House and Senate adopted suitable resolutions Many Legisla three In session took cognltabce of the queens death W J Bryan says of her death The k death of Queen Victoria will be regret ted in all lands Her personal virtues won for her the love of her subjects and the respect of the world Herat cessor will find it difficult to fill her place in public esteem IBorn May 24 1810 Crowned June 23 1833 Wedded to her cousin Prince Albert of Saxe Coburp Gotha 1840 Saturday she lived 81 years and 209 days one day longer than any English sovereign Her fatal Illness dates from the time Lord Roberts informed her that the Boor warcould not terrain nato soon Queen Victoria was four feet eleven inches tall and absolutely refus es to confess her weight She bad nine children seven of whom are living The Quern receives 81025000 per annum She had lour royal residences Buck ingham Windsor Osborn and Balm ral in Scotland the latter being her v favorite She had been a widow for thirtysix years during which time she bad never worn colors or danced ex cept once Until recent years she arose every morning at 7 oclock She always r i breakfasted privately but her dinners were cermonial in character Queen Victoria bore a charmed life Twice uurlnir her childhood she escaped death almost by a miracle and no less than rive attempts were made on her life by aetasslnsnone of whom succeeded in inflicting bodily injury Victoria cfiose for herself a husband In good Prince Albert who had little to recommend him besides nU One looks and untainted R blood The match was not altogether satisfactory to the advisers of the throne but the young Queen hud a mind of her own and bad her way Beginning in poverty through the thrift of her husband and despite the prodigality of her eldest son she had accumulated a forby strict economy tune of 50000000 which includes cas tles country and town houses and much real estate The lady owned more than a hundred lots In the city of New York She Is tbo first English sovereign who t has been free from debt throughout her reign It Is said that she saved moo ey on her civil list which amounts to ii 3000000 Sho was Presbyterian In Scotland and an Episcopalian In England while on the Continent she occa sionly attended service at Catholic churches Taken altogether Victoria was the ideal English girl the mode English wife and the adored English mother The fondest term she uppllet to herself was that of Mother of mi peopleNotbingthathasever been BId of tho dead queen surpasses the beauty of Tennysons dedication written in 1851 In which he prayed t May children of our children sav She wrought her people lasting good Her court was pure her life serene God gave her peace her land reposed A thousand claims to reverence closed In hems Mother Wife and Queen And statesmen of her council met Who knew the seasons when to take Occasion by the hand and make The bounds of freedom wider yet By shaping some august decree Which kept her thrones unshaken still Broadbased upon her peopluri will And compassed by the inviolate sea ALL things come to him who waits Senator Mason when appointed on the Important committee of postofllccs anti post roads was fifth on tho list of members but the mutations of politics have brought him to the chairmanship Senator Wolcott chairman Is to be succeeded by Mason Chacdler and Cur ter also retire to private life and Gear is dead Tim Bowling Green Times Journal If tbor most enterprising paper In tho State It published the news of Queen Victorias death just 30 hours before Its occurrence Dr Woods Is getting a move on himself In bin old age utttaly democrats imita ted those In Lincoln county by calling e u primary for March 16 Gen John P Shanks who served 10 years in Congress from Indiana is If dead r rDIVORCES seem to be easy In Indiana Tha report of tbo board of statistics Contains some startling figures in the matter of divorces For tho year end log Oct 31 it scorns thore were 27071 marriages in that State and 4610 di vorces granted It U estimated that thoro were 2000 additional applications for divorce which wero either with drawn or for some riSison not grant ed Tbo figures show however that there was about one divorce for every six marriages Uniform divorce laws limited to Biblical causes should bo adopted and all of tho churches should follow the lead of the Episcopal church to restrain or reduce tbe evils of lax divorce laws which so easily put usun der those who assume tho marriage tie for unworthy reasons and without proper consideration of tho solemn ro ponslblllty of It TUB petition to Congress In which 2000 Filipinos havo embodied their re quest for selfgovernment Is a unique document It is in the shape of a leather bound book which contains a typo written translation In English then the appeal Itself printed in Spanish with the signatures following Each slgnaturooccuplea two or more lines on the ruled paper and is embellished with intricate flourishes without which apparantly a Spanish slg nature is not valid POLITICAL Bryans total vote was 0338147 Scott county democrats will hold a prmlary April 13 Mr Wheeler of Kentucky spoke In the House In favor of u larger navy Friends of Hon John S Rhea say he will bo a candldatefor U S Senator The House has passed a bill establish log a branch Soldiers Homo at Johnson City Teen rho Tennessee Senate passed tbe anticigarette bill practically by a unanimous vote William J Sowell wits reelected United States Senator by the Now Jersey Legislature Thomas Kearns republican was elected United States Senator by the Utah Legislature Capt John W Morton was nominat ed on the C2od ballot for secretary of State at Nashville Senator Deboe has recommended Thomas W Burnett for postmaster at Eden Shelby county The new army bill deprives Gen Miles of his position of lieutenant gen eral commanding the army Southern republicans are getting up a boom for Senator Beverld fie of In liana for president In 1004 Tho matter of deciding the places of holding court in the new Kentucky Federal Judicial district will be left to Ssnator Lindsay Judge J C Ferris of Nashville has announced that he will be a candidate for governor of Tennessee to succeed Benton McMlllln J W Hardgrove and T F Nell have announced as candidates for the repub lican nomination to represent Pulaskl in the Legislature Gov Beckham has offered a reward of 8100 each for the arrest of Thomas and Mack Kldd who shot Mrs J C Bryant In Whllloy during Christmas Gov McMlllln was Inaugurated in the House of Representatives at Nash ville Tuesday and read a message In which he took strong grounds against trusts The row between the Bradley and Doboo factions over which side shall retain the campaign record promises lo be productive of much bitterness Combs has not yet turned over the records The congressional committee which has been investigating hazing at West Point will recommend the enactment of a statue against hazing providing for tho expulsion of cadets found guilty of the offense and debarring them from reappoIntment or from holding com missions In tho army Robert J Gamble was elected United Stales Senator in South Dakota J W Dalloy In Texas F M Simmons In North Carolina J R Burton In Kan- Senator James M Berry was re e ectel1ln Arkansas and Shelby M Cul lorn in Illinois The deadlocks In Ne braska and Delaware are still unbrok en The now State Boardof Equallz atlon named by Gov Beckham is composed of William T Walker of Clinton Ben- D ItIngoof Hartford George L Willis of Sholbyvlllo William A Eu banks of Louisville M J Meaghcr of FrankCortZ Taylor Young of Morehead and John W Barber of Sandy Hook NEWS NOTES The smallpox situation at Somerset la greatly improved The Grand Opera House in Clnaln natt was destroyed by fire Temperature of 78 degrees below zero Is reported from Alaska Attar of roses sells at 8100 an ounce which is exactly fire times the value of goldTho smallpox quarantine at Paints vllle has been raised Tbo appellate court will not pass tan tho Caleb Powers case before next week Presley Walker Jr who was struck on the head with a stone by Tom Hunt or la a tight In Spencer county died of bis Injuries cUjll J A S Thu lOcbel monument fund has reached nearly 912000 In Fnyetio county Bill Boglo shot and aiinRuroiily wounded Victor Moore Too number of Chinese in San Fran cisco Is about 20000 including 2500 women Shelby Munson of Scott county was burled In the vest ho married in 56 years ago- Flnlcy Anderson was Indicted by tho Roll county grand jury for falling to support his children The court of appeals extended until January 30 tho tune of filing briefs in the Jim Howard case Ida Simmons aged 15 took 10 grains of eVrychnlno at Norfolk Vu because her lover lead jilted her The corpse of Major S A Forbes was found In his room at Ashland He had been dead several days Ten students ol the Iowa State Uni versity wcro suspended for kidnaping the freshman class President The State encampment will be held at Owensboro beginning In Augutt and continuing for six weeks The Kansas terror Mrs Nation marched through the streets of Wichi ta and made all the salojn close up During the progress of a game of cards In Todd county James Black well shot and killed Ethlngton Tulloy On the Island of Leyte a lieutenant with 10 men and seven native soldiers klllcd over 100 Filipinos in a halfhour fight States Attorney Deneen says Chica go leads all other cities of the world In rime anJ attributes it to leniency In prosecutionAt David Wellman shot and seriously wounded Richard vlo on Jr and Leila Hampton whom ho found In conversation on a street corner The body of Andrew Oaulton of Ma son county will be exhumed It is thought ho was poisoned by a man who was paying attention to his wife ExSecretary Carlisle Is salt to be making 850000 a year In fees from his practice In New York which Is tempt ing other retired statesman to follow exampleA I man at Scranton Pa throw a lighted lamp at his wife It set firu to u bed and his son was burned lo dealb and his wife so badly Injured her life ls despaired of Nelson A Brown of Battle Creek Mich attempted suicide at Farts by throwing himself In front of a moving train but was only slightly Injured Ho had previously allomped suicide Judge Henry of the circuit court at Kansas City has decided that the Missouri State hoard of Equallzailon has no right to tax the franchise of the Western Union Telegraph Company The Marcus Daly estate is conserva tively estimated at 50000000 by those most famllar with U though others have placed It as high as 8100000000 Mr Daly himself estimated his wealth at 50000OiW The First National Bank of New York hue secured judgment for 8500 017 against Its defaulting teller Cor nelius L Alvord Jr It Is inferred from this that Alvord restored about 100000 to the bank Countv Attorney James Conlln of Wltchlla Kansas declares ho will file Information at once against tho four women engaged In the saloon smashing Incident Tuesday night Mrs Nation Mrs Wilbolt and Mrs Evans are now in jail At Enterprise Kan a saloon keeps wife backed by other women attacked Mrs Nation and her band of W C T U saloon smashers and a lively street light resulted men by standers allowing the women tO light it out to a finish Near Flippin Monroe county Ron n K Dempsey was killed and his son mortally wounded In a pitched battle between two robbqrs and a posse The murderers are supposed to be the moo who robbed a store at Huruvtllo Tenn and the preacher and his son were members of the pursuing posse Marching union minors ISO strong started from Boxlown to Carbo daleI Hopkins county to bring out the non union men at work there On the way Ihoy wore ordered lodleperee by Deputy Sheriff B Llndle and a posse They re sponded with a shot which scorched the Deputy Sheriffs cheek and the posse fired on the marchers killing William Cook and Henry Taylor and wounding fourotber men THIS AND THAT CHICAGO Glee Club at Walton Op era House tonight J J Thompson sold 30 acres of land nearPrfiacherBvllletoJPerklnsat40 J K Madden sold toll A Fairbairn of New Jersey two trotting mares for 2000 Horsemen should not forgot E P Faulconers sale of 200 business and pleasure horses at Danville beginning Jan 20 A great sale Is Expected American holders of British govern ment bonds have been unpleasantly surprised by the exaction of the 5 per cent Income tux by Great Britain P T Barnum began in business as a barefoot boy At the are of fifteen ho was obliged to buy on credit the shoes he wore to his fathers funeral ilk museum was burned several times and he met with other disheartening reverses but ho was not daunted He died the earths greatest showman tj u CATTLE LOST A ilnrk brown twoyearold loft tho farm In the Eat or Inr- ands light red two yvarold UtT loaf- S W fllYftiN farm to ward for tnlartna lion lending to their T W KINNEIJunetlnuCity Ky Residence For Sale Or Relit A very desirable iMldenro of ton room with all nrcnwwry outhUllolllllt Includit Ice house and table with largo utden At Itched Tho pro arty la centrally looter In llmtonvlUc Iow lon vin nt oiice for term npply to MIII V Iugim lIu tonvllle or Uttonli Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you lot your painting I will nvu you money I paper and lion tho wall from lOc up In other wotifs I will ell you taper as chimp u you cnn buy It In town and liiiujr It nt ic jwr bolt I will do lifklntlnir In proportion All work Runmntced J J N Stanford Ky PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE IIti1Cil11IV ILLS KV ITho anntsesslon of tub school will open 1001 Our roumoof study ln ruin in thnt found In tho ordinary high idoollnciudingkiUhonnnlrnandkindergurten common gcluxil Higher matlrv PcluncM and tho litho For farther partloulurs nddr M J C MclvKC Irln- clpalFUITTBIIOS MOKKLANI KY Keep un head at nil times a Splendid As sortment of 1fii TRN IZ t71 IS3 Also Undertakers Supplies Collins Caskets Livery Stable In connection FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hono and Mules constantly on baud and for sale nl all times W Logan Wood Manager COAL SALT will have my coal bins completed by Oct und will keep on baud thrvo of the be t cool also snit and I will tell o merchants by wagon load nt n very small margin Will continue to pay the hlghut price Hickory Spoke 8tavrs and willing Goods and Urocerlen nl ruck bottom price Give me n trial and I will sore you money II II KINO MOIIKMNII Kr U C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call A S PRICK rDentiat Stanford Ky AyOm- crove Ucltobcru llrtig Store ID tbe Owi jHnllUlag R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky DOlce over IIlKRlnft A Mclvlnnera Story Telephone No 48 Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lie In Danville Mnndaji Wrdntttliyt and rrMijri Will fa In Stanford TunUp Thursday and Sat urdajri- OB In the IMinlngton handing Stanford Ill lice hours to 10 II OSTEOPATHY ThU SH M nrllnt l ah t Je lopul by IIr TStlllof Klrtaftli Mo le Mkbi on Iho priaelplaoftuHaay and IMiytiolocy Ibr IU rF meta U no 1lIb Do drug rgM4n- gxouraiealeperalluuadelalaa ulng wpe- natural iMNaathyleweman ananmliliw nfto many part HakoyiHKfli ailju liuout When IIwn lire prorry aJJWIeot and not orfrworkMl health U the rnult Some of lhs dlomim ratel by uc Krrroui rnntralloii llmilaehri Neuralgia Uhpuinall Catarrh 11eak bye Ornnulatrd Ikli llollre 1IIr anl1 lame nlrasw ronatlpallon lIlwOailStonM IKMliatiall Stom ash anllnlllnl lrouII of lkme aod Jolntl Curralura SIItrJolnta of Urine lKVmintor Ataa lnI1Inconllnentft a 1IltCia 11 lonlullllon tire JGpcGLMyMaaufacturcrand HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky f GRRT GUT 11 IECICESAT TH- ELOUISVILLE STORE Grand Clearance Sale Moans great Unrgiiiiis in Dry Goods Notions Shoos and Clothing to make root lor u JB3IG rIffiII G TCK I a pieces nil wool dross goody price 25c now life o pioces dross goods wore life now TJi f pieces wool dress goods wore oOc now Ililo 10piocosonting cloth 10 and 12Jc now SAc- a pieces outing cloth price Sic now fie a pieces leans 2oc now ISe 2 pieces Jeans The now 12c 2 pieces ot 126c Joans now Oc 10 prices of lOc and 12Jc Canton Flannel now Oe Ladies and blisses Seamless JJlk IIoso worth lOc nt oo 10 lloz henry HooceIinocl hose worth 20c now only lOo liens henrycotton socks 10c grade 2 puirs for he I5ed ticking Oc 10in crosli fie 17in nil linen crash fie Lot of Comforts and lilankers go regardlcris of cost Line of Indies line shoes 2J to 4 lroml to 150 qunli ty11iU go as long as they Inst at 02e I Big reduction in ladios rend mode dress skirts Big bargains in childrens capes Mens and IitdicS gloves cut half in two to close Capes One lot of loIIlh1l Cloth Capes that we sold at f and 11 36cloolnROUt l1ntI ISc One lot ladle Cloth Cape 1160 mid 12 iiiallty will Ixulotcd nt 75o and A few 2t jilusli capes will does at fl25 Mens Overcoats Now Is your chance for clieijiooat Mens 110 00 Coin cut to e7 03 n 8 00w 4VS 0 7t0a Ind 5fI ilk 3 60 i os Boys Overcoats lieyV 12 00 Oat out to fI ttt 8 60 1148 S 00 Ulster ewt tot 03 100 Z4S 10 dozens Mtni Heavy Winter Caps 96 to Ono goody BO In his Mloat 9e Ladiess Jackets A few J760 Jucketn for Ixidliw rtll WiIclosed out at f 160 All 15 Jacked will bo cliwed at U Thousands of other things cut down in proportion including Heavy UnderwearAnd liens Heavy Shirts u Louisville Store tOllt SHLINCER BROS r PRORS T t1 IAN Tti Y MGR h Furniture Carpets Mattings I r Wait For The New Goods 0 4 11fA Solid Car Load of Slattlngu Striate 011 Cloth Bugs and Astorted UniKieU arrive within tJio next two weeksI Prices Will Surprise You I J 5 l f W W WITHERS Stanford Ky t SomBtning New i IT WILL MAKE HARD WORK EASY I t CALL AND SEE IT IT WILL PAY YOU GEO H FARRIS tr CO 4j THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANTOIJD IVY JAN 25 1001 m OUR proscription work li uniurpami cd Try us and bo convinced Ieunys Drug Storn PERSONALS WM 1OUTKR was In Marlon this week Dlt J G CAltiUNTint wont to Louli vllle vpuerday- I L Intel of Wayne Is hero Bnln bunting a farm Ult LKB F tIUFI MAN Ie down with llio JrIJILox Democrat MISB Huxii HocKKit went to Dan vlllu Wedoetduy to visit relutlvoa C L DAWBS woe In Brumfleld Wednesday but not on political bmlnoes Miss FLOIIBNCK MYHIIH II back trout a rlsll to Mrs W J YnKor In Louis vlllo nit G A TitAYLOit and Mr W J Hoguo of Ilrynnuvllle were hero Wednesday Mils CIIAKLKY UALLKW of Gar rard was tho cucst of Mrtl G A Mc Roberta yesterday MISB KACIIKI AILISON returned to Lexington Wednesday after a rlilt to her sUlor Mrs Mary Burch Miss HTIIKI IATTKitKON of James town Is vlilllng her Hunts Meedameec G W Carter and M V Mlt AND MilS J W HociCFit Mrs 11 ell 0 Huflman and MUs Melllu Hopper of IlUBtonvlllu are all grip suffer era IlOKN to the wife of W C Green log the hustling Ifostonvlllo inor tfhnni anti contractor a boy thdlr too and MR S P STAOO roturnod to Sbolby county Tuesday Mrs Slace will re main with rolutlvoe here for tome time Mlts T L LUUAKO hoe rturnwl from a rWi to lIon John T Lilian and family at IHoomlouloa 1Idvacate TDK Danville sew jirlnu a goal OUI and nlao writeup of Judge Andrew W Buchanan of Crab Orchard eanitkiato repromatIMISS e MoICliK who has bean hero under Dr W H OHanrionV treatment returned to liar home at ICtngsvIHoyosuirday niiiah Improved H C WAITKR formerly of the Hub ble section U now a citizen of Stan ford lie and hU family occupy the Mies Mary Myer residence on Danvlllo i Avenue CAPT FKANK J WIMTK of the Con tral Record Lancaster and who for years told n case In this olllce cube t brated his tOth birthday Wednesday Ho Is yet a very rapid compositor IN remitting for hIs paper J U Pat Larson the clover merchant und hotel man of Jamestown throws sumo bout quets to the iNTKitiait JOURNAL as winds up an Interesting private late by saying I cant do without tho L J t MR J M IIILI was eo well pleased with Oklahoma on bU recent trip the tn ha decided to locate near Ponca City and he will bavo a sale on Fri day Jan 31 and move shortly after ward Ills friends dislike the though- of giving him und his excellent famll up NIAND MRS it c WARRKN were called to Atlanta Tuesday night by u telegram Btatlnit that tholr duunhter Mesa Nell who Is attending college near there was at thu point of death Wo are glad to state that they found arrhIIphine ore down with tho grip MRS Josh HANK has returned from Kansas City and will again make Danvlllo her homo Mrs L n Adams r of Hustonvlllo Is visiting Mr George P Bright and family Col J W fluent of Crab Orchard Is In town The colonel la Interested In Buchanan sI randttlaoy for roprosuntallve and say a he IB sure to win und ilworvca the hon or Misses Jannlo and Lucy MelInne linTii returned to Hustoavllle after vl t plug friends heroAdvocate- i LOCALS tlftRSlIlLlh today W H Brady CimUtiN Join the InolB Remus n f reading club ICIIlII BROWN colorod woe fined its for drunkenness Wednesday LKAVK your order for a good set of I handmade harness J C McClary MONDAYS Danville Advocate came rushing in Wednesday morning Tho malts aro still out of joint I ItlOUT In tho heart of winter ODd with a flno Ice plant In town Stanford didnt have enough le yesterday to make Ice cream- TiOKHTSarosollmit rapidly to the Chicago Glee Club entertainment at Walton Opera Uonw tonight Better secure your ooata now I GO Saturday Monday anti Tuesday and see what tOe and 25e In cash will 1willbuy at George II Farris CO a The blgglst bargains yet offered A DISPATCH from Somerset says there ore 22 candidates for Uvo county ollices In Pulaskl Thats nothing weve got about that number who uro to bo assessor 4itrying l LH t SIMCTACUIS at Craig r Hockcra FIIBSII goods on the Sc lace counter Severance ft Son JUST opened a barrel of flifc Krout Warren 1t Shanks SOME handmade Tortuhon haves Just In at Severance Sons ATTKND the Chicago Glee Club en tertatnment at Waltons Opera flousis tonight NKW Callcoi PorcaloB La oj Ham burrs and Long Cloths at Severance S Son See there LKVO Stripes Satin Soulu Broad clothe and Sharkskin Suitings just op used John P Jonra AOAIN wo are compelled to state that anonymous communications this of Hoe will receive no attention inlockand W K Wright at Ilcdgovlllo Vn will make order for the ComI maser Tuesday Remember you canI get It and this paper for SI75 club IK you need coalyou had better buy slate wo will not carry a largo tockI and 10 days cold weather would run us short J U Baugbman Co A slur crowd greeted W DL LI tho prohibition orator at tho courthouse Wednesday evening While his talk was good It failed to enthuse tho hearers to any great extent A FARMBll named Littoral of the Duokeyo section of CJarrard gave himI self up to Sheriff Siundcrs of them county yesterday afternoon saying br bed killed his brotherinlaw Onstott CUPOLA GONIJ I M Bruoe who bought the old Christian ehureh on Do pot 5jrwt a tow weeks ago has had the otiu la removed aid Is raplOly convert Ing It Into a livery stable The ab sonar of tho cupola very matertall changes the apputirunee of the old tun- rrark WltloilT Tho remains of Mrs Bllfta J11rlght widow of Milton Wright who lived In Stanford until J4 years ago were brought from Louts vllle whore she died Tuesday and Interred in Buffalo Comotery She was SO years old and died of a oomph cation of troubles o FJRE James O Coulter handsome residence noun Mlddloburg horse about 1 oclock edoe to flgatherOre thought to bavo caught from thKkitchen itovo Tho lots at 12500 with only 1000 Insurance Mr Coulters friends sympathize withI him In 11111101IM D HcailtH Is a candidate for po lieu judge of the city of Lancaster sub ject to any action that may bo taken by hamrlicenced attorney If elected bo prom hlgth suggests Wo are for you Judge Hughes und If the people of your town known good Judgye A FBW Issues ago we printed n dill patch from PlkevJlle lIayloA thaI glljab Fleming in jail hero for safekeeping i had confessed to the murder of a wIllow In Perry county and had implicated 17 others Ho sends us this rand of de nial Klljuh Fleming denounce ns also tbo dispatch that was vent from Plkovlllo I fay the dispatch is not true I Hlljab Fleming know nothing to give aa on onn and further more I am Innoccnt of tho crime that I am charged with KBSNHUY JOIt JlLMIttlr K D Kennedy of McKInnoy announces In another column his candidacy for Jailer subject of course to tbo notion of the democratic party of which he has IIteaeeetwor than Mr Kennedy made DOll he Is desirous of proving to the people that be can make just as rood u jailer He late n following In every section of tho county and will provo an 1m pOi font faster In tho taco for jailer h TUB court of appeals has denied K Wilson formorly of London n no trial and ho will havo to servo lb yours for killing Miss Mary Cloyd Laurel It will be remembered that secured ball before Judge Suuflcy hero on a writ of habeas corpus and that lat er ho got a change of venue from Laurel to llockcustle where ho was given the above sentence Wilsons life should boa warning to all young men Ton years or so ago ho moved from openedlaw od a practice and was later made county at torney At that time Laurel county people felt it nn honor to honor him Whisky women and cards pot tho better of him though and ho wont down and down until a felons cell la reach cd Ills crlmo was a most heinous ono and we presume our renders have nolIforgotten It Tho verdict was a lightI ono little thought was entertained that a now trial would bo granted WIN son is u bright follow and theres no tolling what greatness ho might bavo achieved had ho lived a better life IlAVB your prescription Oiled at Craig Honkers PuAth wee1801tuekyolllco Two residences on West Main Street for sofa on easy terms Apply at this onico Woo ore showing some entirely now patterns In embroideries Severance L Sons WB bavo just opened soma speclall- wne fancy woolens for shirt waists J P Jones NKW ginghams madras cloths per oalo calicos In great variety at Sov stones ft Sons 325 IMKCB3 of entirely now designs embroideries are now open for you- spection r John R Jones WILL take farm products In ex chango for coal feed Ao Please do not ask for credit J II Baughraun t Co WB wilt sell hay at from 40 to coots per 100 pounds until February let Como quick if you need hay J H Baughman Co U C WIIAY will have out a new tel epbone card next week lie desires that life patrons call by numbers instead of by names TUB delinquent list for the year 1900 will bo published after Fob 1101 and sold to the highest bidder L R Hughes city tax collectorniWITH streets marked houses numbered Stanford present the lip poaranoo of a ally auto enough The next thong we bear Danville will bo trying to imitate us by doing likewise TUB elocutionary entertainment at ovonlndt landed and those present toll well repaid for their time and money oxpend ed AitOUT 76 reserved seat tickets bavo bolO sold to the Chicago Glee Club en tertainment tonight They are gain fast and grin bad better hurry up an got yours or youll have to take a back soot W ANT IJ 40 children to road Uncle R emus to throe times a weak for four weeks Tickets for entire course COc our 4 to fi P M Leave your name at of pouofllco Mrs Mattle V irby BISHOP a ROSB is the name of n now firm at Huetonvlllc They bough- out W C Greenings store at tin place and will add largely to the stock Will Bishop and Charlie Rose two flna young men ure tho proprietor They should and doubtless will do a good business SOMK son ol n gun stole a small amount of corn from W A Hall By the way farmer and others who has slat cribs had better examine oho elats every now and then and see it tboro are not some loose ones A Stanford gentleman who had been missing corn found two on his crib but has missed no moro sloes he securely nailed them TillS Is the way an Hllzabctbtown merchant talks to the News about ad vertlslng I do not look upon my nd vcrtteement us an expense but as Investment Every dollar Invested a newspaper advertisement brings In three Thats what I call a profitable Investment No expense about it more I Invest oho bigger the retttr Id as soon think of running an engine without swain as trying to do business without advertising JAILKII GBOIIOK W DHBORD can In lato yesterday afternoon and had his announcement fur jailer insortnil It useless to odd that his candidacy subject to the action oftho democratic urparty for every taco woman find slit in the county knows that be is an ua compromising1 democrat nod a good worker for the puny Mr Dellord bus made a capitol jailer and runs on hi record nssueh Everybody likes the old oxConfoderato and even the clw est friends of the other candidates findoIt MATRIMONIALb Henry Taylor aged 80 anti Mrs Harriett Adderly 70 were married at Joliet Ill Wm McMullen aged 20 nod Miss Nettle Claunch 10 were made ono at Green McMullenit Richard ICubanks aged 20 and Miss Julia McMullen 21 wore rnarrlod ut Green McMullens yesterday Mary Ellen Lease tiled suit at WIcb fin Kan yesterday for divorce from Charles L Louse on grounds of neglect and nonsupport A peculiar marriage Is ono that Is just reported to have occurred In Tay lor county near the Adulr county lino i Only a year ago William Gaddy was kicked by a mule which resulted la his death shortly thereafter A handsome young widow his second wlfo survlv cd Ills son by ble first wHo soon boo camo infatuated with his stepmother and after a abort courtship they wero married Mr Winfred G Withers and Miss Mary Powell tho pretty and steam shed daughter of Capt B F Powell re married at the brides home at oclock Wednesday ovenln Eld J Q Montgomery of Liberty olllclat Ing The attendants wero Miss Myr tie Hughes and Dr A S Price and Miss Capplo Powell sister of the bride and Mr T J HIM Jr The brldo who is a charming brunette showed to her bust advantage She Is ono of Lincoln countys most excellent young women and Mr Withers to be congratulated on winning her That she will provo a thereya flno young man of good morals and business qualifications and as Industri ous and pushing as the days lire long The ceremony over Mr and Mrs Withers and u number of friends came In carriages to the St Asapb Hotel where a splendid supper was enjoyed They are now happily domiciled at Mr Withers mothers on Logan Avenue where the beet wishes of their legion of friends will always attend them E D KENNEDY countyb0party GEORGE W DOBORD U a candidate tor Jailor of Lincoln count HUbJfCt to the action of the democratic putty PUBLIC SALE Having derided to go to Oklahoma I will On Thursday Jan 31 1901 tho following deiurlbcd property 9l ce yinrllnc and 2yonrold beef paircomllllborne maro In tad by Harris joIe 2 carola gelding il Iroutlidonii biickw Hub Jcut to roffUter nearly new O liorne rnko nnd mower IM harrow smoothing harrow binder I wheat drill IslucKH of inll et rick of straw wagon buggy xur IInltementllMndJ 1L HILL r H DAVISSTANFOKI KV Pays the Highest Cash Fries for Poultry Eg js Hides Feath CdUIHco at rtx ldinco on Lancaster Si oppo kltoM II Elkln8 FOR SALE 1- B A Chance of A Life Time qty Entire Stock of GCl1cIalercJtudisc Store LottKor Pale or lIIl llI my flock and rent store houkii and tot llest stand In Lincoln Co I V STEKLE UCKTONVIIIK Ky JOE T EMERY hII cundldato for Amesi or of Lincoln County kubjoct to the action of tint demo racy CHflS L CROW IIs a candidate tar Assessor of Lincoln county rfUbject to tho action of tho Pumocrmtlc party pIiD17EW W flUCMflnpq countyInthe Ucmocratlo parly Goo S Carpenter countyInFOR SALE cottngnao Cull on or udilriss J1 CASH May wood Ky 1eD S Carpenter HUSTONVILLK ICY Its1a2 or 3lior u Turning flaw rurnitrs plowIdlIanldlII1ILlstePD ERILLEHAYDAHVILLE orManufnclutor of BEIOR i And healer In Lime Cement c o Write For Irlccs Farmers Roller Mills SrAUFOtDX7 Morria Fred Pror l liuvo bought tho Carter Stratih In supplyingIt readytoFlour Meal Shipstufr Chicken Food Etc mllllYLlnlolllchange hi Stan food I teal that they know enough about rev IIonlllty to give mu n er welthtlnllihu 11tronllcalve tt Kememlwr tlio placu Carter A Btraubu old mill JlOimiS FHED Stanford y 4 Un0 NEW FIRM 3 ID C npp tbo drum name ofpGfRSOJ1 PEJ1GEo Q Wo will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of I Buggies carriages Harness 0 Also Farming Implements In addition we wit handle all kinds of o grain Oorn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will favor the now 00 firm with remain Yours 0 0WA CARSON 0jU OU 0000OJ 0000 G000000000000 TAENO7ItEwishconcluded to remain hi business at tho locket Store stand In the Interior Jou real JosephOtnsburgandDry Goods Notions Mens Boys and Chil drens Clothing Hats Caps Ladles and Gents Goods Trunks Valises Ac together with n full end ThoRACKETrounding country should call and be convinced that I cannot be undersold Mer chants will also be convinced bv caihn and lookln at my goods I sell at whole seta as well as welt as ratnll Thanking you for past favors I solicit your further patronage Your for bargains The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Ginsburg Prop Cheapest Store In Town t f eer I ffSrI J r It ii o rt 7i i jOB LOTSl t N fJ U iAll merchants have them lull some are more anxious to get rid ol ss r them than others Ours can begotten tot about jfJ i50 Cts On The Dollar i-C t t 4 tWo win NOT keep them If we have an opportunity to let them go nftL Several pairs of teens Alter Forward Bootees worth 4to 8450 go at Vf 4 260 25 pairs Ladies Fine Kid Shoes Vt and 1350 quality buy oil + i tfltles atl per pair Lot of 1iV Mens Stiff Bosom Colored Shirts reg iJ j0V lar 75c and goods almost r t Jt any size to close at 50c II o + 1 s Look at our windows or como in and we will gladly show you j aF ff H J McROBERTS SJ l2y wt1- 1f 4 I or e it ll ndr idi t c tl3r I Shoe Sale Continues I Two more weeks ollbrcd you in which to secure these goods below the cost price February let positively ends this offer llcmcmbcr it takes the SPOT CASH to get then Every mans shoo in the house Boca in this rule t t t 2 1 HT 0 GRERT SHYING TO YOU I iZM alt all1G 11MJtMJU M 8100 Hunan Shoe 4 00 i 00 S3 76 St 50 llelmera it Uettinanns 1 F2 00tS3 50It It S2 IiifIi JOHN P JONES Stanford MMM M M MAA m8m i i f A1 J I Severance Sons DRY GOODS AND SHOES NEW EMBROIDERIES OUR REMNANT COUNTER IWe have just placed on rule li full of good things s till Fncat Line of Hamburg the more you buy tho nllliI roEdgilligs and Laces we have you save g Wo hue the olds and ends IBeautiful match sots in nilof Woolens Iomilos Silk r Outiuggfig i y l to oppliquo eflecte 1 They urn going let mud j You should soo what we can you should omit watt until the W sell Oll at lie u vurd See best are gone tjthe special values in checked fog Nainsook Cambricks Cottons kand Dimities r SEVERAJIJCiSONS m jOpplI C10J r 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TiabltnhdTtzaBSnyaana zrteSava A1 1 PER YEAR CM MWbeaootwpatd2owlqrocharllirlrred 9 eoandclau matter s BRODHEAD r Thoraaa Francisco and Richard I Iko have been trading horses and mules this week It la conceded by all our people that Dud Tharpo Is one of the best youog men of our town Tho Uockcastlo Fair Association w1l1 meet on tho night of Feb 2 to clect officers for this year All the stock- holdersi are expected to attend tho meeting MrsOra J Durham the widow of tho late John U Durham has been successful In getting her pension ol S per month for herself and 12 per month for each of her foue children under 10 P r years old from Jan 23 1898 to Jau uary 1001 and It was a Godsend to tbe i poor widow Hamilton Colyer who has been cot fined to his room for a week In out attain Rev A J Pike went to his Gllead church In Madison county last Saturday and returned Monday Frank Adams of Oak Hilt neighborhood was In town Wednesday A J Plko wcnt to Mt Vernon Thursday on business S W Davis of Ml Vernon the Ilreat saddle and harness man was in Drod head Tuesday Mr George Ponder of North Caro Una who married 01l8i1 Florence Wink ler a few days ago left for the Ilrooml t homo this week leaving the old latber without a housekeeper Mrs W G Tharp who has been on the sick list for some month Is no better at tbls wrltlgtf J G Frith Is In Mt Vernon again this week Rev George Hen drlckson has not returned fromIndle yet MM W R Wallin has been t pleased with having her mother of Crab Orchard as a quest for a few days If any one doubts that Brodhead le a thriving little town if they will call and spend a few dave with us It will remove all doubt We have elht stores all aU3plclously run by entle men of tho highest type of manhood such men as J H Dunn who emerged from Boyle county a few years ago and one of Boyle brightest and most ergetlo sons and J Thomas Cherr who has done more business In the last few years than almost any man that wo have knowledge of W H Sowder who la tho business manager of the old reliable firm of Martin fc PerklnsMar je tied Protheroe c Mr Sowder bas riot been In business In our town for B great while but be Is pulling tblnlB his own way Wo could go on Bod speak of all our mercantile men as en tsrprlslnjr business men You can buy goods at smaller profits In Brodhe than any town on the L Si N Then comes our professional men We havQ ve4Jhyslclaos such men as Bento Gravely Burdette c We have three churches viz Baptist Christian and Methodist all with good pastors You can bear the sound of the blacksmith hammer at four shops and if ousbould bear them all at once you would think you were In the city standing by a great Iron foundry And when the la dies of this and of the adjoining coun ties wish to have floe wedding dress i made or Qrstclasa millinery work done they can call on our milliner and dreg maker Mrs Mary Colyer who will warrant perfect satisfaction Wo can not atTord to refer to all our buslncs enterprising people by name or profe eton but we must refer to our antic pated new railroad for we undercut that It Is now conceded In railroad clr dies that the Southern railroad wilt t como by way of Brodhead and that tho f junction will be at this place and havo recently been Informed that In tide of two years we can and will bear the sound of an engine whistle Ooe of our citizens Mr J G Frith has become enthusiastic over the brlgli prospect of tho new road and has ad vanccd all tbo real estate about 50 pur cent and he has been acting unde oath for ho has been serving on tbo weekrboom BKAT ouT OF AN INCHKASK OF 1119 TENSION A Mexican war veteran and prominen editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di itarrhoea Ueinedy I am reminded that as a eoldlcr in Moxie o in 47 and 48I con traded Mexican diarrhoea and this reme dy Las kept me from getting an Incrcne in my pension for on every renewal dose of it restores me It is unequalled t IIK a quick cure for diarrhoea and pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig Ilocker Seven rhoworkareon the bench sat in congress during the UraL century of our government Roger Sherman Henry Wilson afterwards vicepresident Gideon Leo William Grabam John flalluv H P Baldwin and Oanlol Shelter A lame shoulder la usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may bu cured by a few applications of Chamber hens Pain Balm For ale by Craig t4 Hoclcer Druggists 4 KINGSVILLE Ed McCarty and Will Hart are mal log preparations to go to Oklahoma to J L Allen of Danville Oiled his appointment at the Christian church morning and oven and extended services a few days to the delight of his hearers Ho returned to Danvlllu Wednesday and will come buck hero to preach the third Sunday in February Your correspondent Is one of tbo many sufferers but she has ab- preached the stage of convalescet Mrs D M Crelghton Is confined to ber room with grip Misses Gertrude Pen nybacner and Elizabeth McFarland Brc visiting Mr D P Dlncsn at Somor set and will go thence to Lexington to visit relatives Mrs Wallace Wai and sister Miss Cffie Carey visited rei atiyes In Stanford last week Jesso Walter of Stanford has been vl81tlnl his brothers here C M Penning and John D Potts of Lexington wero the guests of Mrs B O Pcnnybacl Sunday E L Condon of Harriman Tenn has returned home after a brief visit to Miss Elizabeth McFarla Jerry Rattan of Ludlow was a guest at Hotel Pennybacker Sunday D M Crelghton continues HI with tho rlp Ed McCartv and Stove Reynolds aro also victims of la grippe J Everard Crelghton Is qulto ill symptoms of pneumonia fever Mrs Mary Flint of Danville was the guest ol her tlls ter Mrs Sam Flint last week Manfred Chcvoletle the clover and em clent clerk at S C McCartys Is vlelt ing relatives at Burnsldo MT SALEM We notice In the last Issue of tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL an account of tho burning of Mr Fort Sims barn Whllo Iin part tho report is true yet not half the awful calamity was told In the tlrt place Mr Sims Is a clever pORce ful farmer doing well down bore and generally liked by nit but It seem that some one bad some little grudgeagalr him as tbere Is no doubt but that tbe barn was set on firo by some oerSOH by placing a lighted match to the hav loft The writer Win an eye witness to the horrible scene of the burning of the building end stock the loss of vhtchU fully 1500 Mr Sims has no iced left A few friends have alven him some corn He Is unable to work saving been crippled up three times luring the Ian elx months the last oe urrlng a few days since when ho fell rom the barn loft to the driveway aI nest killing him He is now in rippled condition and it U to be hoped hat friends will assist him In this tbe time hDI little help will be glad received and appreciated G A RICHARDS i1I0S TillS We oiler One IIl1n Dnll tIw1or an1 aw of Catarrh that cannot Le cured by lulls Ca arrh Cun J F CIIKKXEY A CO 1rolw Toledo O We thenadenlgnedbare known FJ Cltrn for ibe ISI 13 Jean rod Iwlleta him perfecta onorable In all builnosj tranmctloni anti llnai lally aMeto carry out any obligation made b1 tbIlirOlW TRCAX Wholnale Dninlit Toledo n TAIIIIXM KIWXAN A MAHVIX W holtnit Drug lit Tothlo Ohio 11119 Catarrh Cure U taken Internally atllng Ircctly upon the blood and tuuroiii lurfacn of Ihe astern Trice 71c per bottle Sold by all Jrui till Testimonial free Halla limlly rills art the beat iherifTs Sale For Taxes On Monday February 11 1901 etween the hours of u a m and p m Iho courthouse door In Stanford Mncol county Ky I will cxpme to the hlgho bidder for cash In hand to pay the Stat nnd county taxes for the veer shown oppo File the names the following property or 10 much thereon is may bo necotsury to IInlel taxes This list will be published onci week for fourwcckn and tbo names will Isnppenr as bon as the tax and cost are paid Cost of advertising SI M Time nd- ISICO forbid us from pnblUlilnir all out an list will appear In four weeks I8TAlr wl1Ta- augh It acres 87a- rnes W It town lot 111 ruinmett Mrs and daughter I aero S Durko Prank 10 norm 88- Jlllur James town lot S II Dallon Jolnli s acres 2 slanoy MM O town lot i cnliam Thomas 25 norM it t5 rmoro James n r town lot t 10 M E 400 acres 40 11 Ornnt Joseph town lot 3 t Irkpatrlck battya r SS aortic t iasurc Tom 14 acres 20- nrtln William t6 acroi n iii Martin T II town lot 26 31111er Llge truitee Lllllun and Maud Haumondj on laud 1sJ- rpliy MM George town lot s Olkd J W n r two acrot 2 Sims Tom 50 acres y SmUll Tom ex Hall town lot 51 Jofer G t acres tlTAx1Yltn coroann Dall Oliver ono acre S I 2 1I1I0y Thomas 20 acres 2 lIurllw Manuel ecru upliiniiu 0 Llgo town lot 2 IIcnsley John 2JI acres J 00 Hllckuer Scott town lot a G- AnUursun urn town pots 10 00 ipcrJwh 8 acres 2 00 Oro w VlllU ten ucros 2 Embry Hell town lot EVllns Richard n r2Ulurcti 1 2- 0lIas Will ti acre 2 Hclm Orecn and llcttlo town lot 5lilli Moa 10 nerds 340 IIJ glns Henry acres 2 1Jones William No I town lot i 20 rgafordMluer ono acre S- Outgomery Mack ono acre HauL Ulvburd acres 2 15 Allen Jr i nero 1 75 Bneed John town lot G- 5Slowrl larrlllOu ton acres 3 i0- Tnrl1Uf W town lot 6 ill- Wudo Lucy town lot 9 WhlUOf Green five acres 3 WILLorll O W micro 3 Wood Amanda n r 4 acrtttt CIIAll OHCIIAHt WHITE Adllm Sir Nancy tax 1809 1000 835J acres 310 85 Jlrlt 0A n r 3 acres 60 Dclanuy Malbow 25 acro 70 Kugaly Jacob three acres t 0 Orahuui E W 35 acres 13 Mlllur William 50 acres III Smith MM A F130 acres t 2 0 Stewart MM Elizabeth lIr 210 area I Stormc John heirs 100 acres f 70 Slovens Levi E hrs u r 00 acres 3 1 CIIAn OHCHAUK COIX1IKU Bailey Pig 0 neresf 00 Mlddlclon Hurtle town lot 05 Smlih J It n r 211 acres- wATNgauulto 00 WHITE Halley W H ncrca f 0 lUlnnl Gee II n r1 acres 1 60 Buupli Orecnup n r1 acres 2 10 lUugh John 132 acres 4 60 llastiu Laud lire n r 125 acres 2 10 Uuruelt J D 05 acres 1 lilnnkiuihip S F 20 acres I Bracket John 10 acres 1 10 Butt F N 50 acreI00 Ooyic Maty A 83 acres Dlstllhoust 95 Carl acres I 30 Dryo W D 57 acres 3 O Fitzwater Eil 00 acres J 05 Gains J S 1ft acres 1 Grabowski Fred u r 100 acre 2 llama Sam A 13 acres 2 tiO licks David 30 acres S 05 lowcH UO II r 80 acres vainsky Win Sr 60 acres d 60 Mellon Hub 10 acres 2 0 n r 175 acres 4 0 MulllnsSamurSOacrear 2 ilullins U 11 n r 72 acres 1 McDonald Elizabeth 110 acres I C IcWJiorter J W n r 70 acres SolanP11 5D 50 acres 3 Record lit J 53 acres tlO losers 0 T 63 acres 2 70 Sheo II F137 IIcrcI 0 Juddutli J C n r 76 acres 1 6 Cubba David n r125 acres J II ioung A J 05 acres 6 00 lint Hani town lot 1 a 30 Joux V F heirs 300 acres iingleton WMSOncrw 2 l5- IIUITONILLE waits ldam8PLil acres 8 2 1j trowu Gabe 5 acres 1 Durham W W 55 acres a 00 Gibson Win 2 acres 2 10 Lair liens 5 acres 7i- lartln Joanna 03 IIcrelI 7 larliti Kay 3 acres tl Jason Vllllam 2 acres 2 00 Icnior Eli town sot I teed John 4 acres 4 60 Taylor J II 40 acrcsJ40 aught Dudlev town lot 4 10 auck F G for 13W1000 n r 100 acres 2 40- nUIITOSILLR coronEU alley ChItS 1 acre 2 J6 Bright Hattie n r It acres 2 00 Town Tlnk town lot 1 rownTindey town lot 1 80 I1ruce James hrs 25 nose 3 40 urton Phillip hrs 5 acres 60 aldwell Kph town lot 2 6S Uryo Stephen town lot 1 81 Given Adam 7 acres ti 70 Givens John 11 acres 2 00 Jasper Lee 1 acreI 80 Morton John 40 acres 3 00 cCormack T II 3 acres 2 2 Owen8 Willis 15 acres 3 30 ojrnolils Henry 5 ncrcs 2 Smith Parlen town lot 1 80 ealherford Adam town lot We1ch James town lot 170 Bright John n r 30 acres 11 U6TTAKKX 9ola llV tSO ate 19X Fox 0 A 125 sores 6 D- OCollier Dan 33 acres 12 95 S M OWES SntnUF Lincoln County National Bank Oiiiui 8lOflItII100OJII lurto The Firmer bolt A Trust CIWI and under ease KKMMtHiHt contlou ouily Ion J9 Years olioits Your Banl Account Uopllljllucb biulqiM r UtlM will prore uutua 11ben leiai ao Ielll 11m xrroiisi J J Nilltama- J iL J N Dlauefae- A crttlfllerW J K Lynn S II IShDb J P Cub- J a Owiltj- UFFlCBItS 5 Shank PrMld uI J It Owleyluhlr W ilrtiiht tat Calder FIRST NATIONAL BANK ot STAN OtD KY C 1U1 Stock 100000 Barphi J17CS3 Tbla lnjtltutionorilnalljf eitablliheJ u the Di llUnknf Slaoforil In rhea rcorgtultetl u lb Sttlona Hank of Stanford In tnilagali eorg totted M the Flnt National liink ot Stanton n 2aai had practically so uninterrupted oiUt Dcfor II yearn It Ii better supplied now will- tacllllle for transacting business promptly and r1I7thD rUurtln Its long sod hooolb- career Accounts ot InJlTlJuuli Dduclirlei ad ndlvlduslatolicttalntaRC1Oaa F neld Llocola Co JWHaydenStanfor- JlurlsS II llaugbuan J S Hooker TP Hill wr Walton W A Trlbblo Jll olllerCrab Orchd U J Miller Ml Vernon U Elmore Stanford 0a1Caa J 8 Hoc er Trold ntt J J Mclloberti CatliU GEO T FARRIS Of Gitrrnnl Is n candldtto for rcuumlnat for Stnto Senator In tlili dUtrlct COUlIIUIcd uf Lincoln Ituvln unit Qarrard coun ttea subject to tho action ut the tlomoornltc party OHA5L DAWBS- Is it candidate for Assessor of Lincoln em- tylsuhjcot to the action of thu tlonioort party I J M GART3R Sr Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coul1tYI subject to tho iictlou of the democratic put J 0 McWEOSTEB Of Crab Orchard Is a candidate for Am cor of Lincoln county nulijcct to tho aclloD of Ibo democratic rut T j DILL la a candidate for FlterllT of Lincoln Iounly subject to tho action of tho democratic ll1ftr M G REYNOLDS Ii a candidate for AwieMorof Lincoln coun tj Huhjcot to tho action of the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN- U candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to tho action of thu democratic Irt T VLILLJUID Of DnnvllloIs a candidate for Stllio Senator In this district composed of Lincoln CMlY lovlo and OarrarilcouiitlOT subject to thu action of the democratic Prey SAMUEL M OWENS Is arnnilldato for Aiataworof Lincoln Ctun lye subjeelto the action of the Detnocra party 31 F NOUTII- It candidate to rnjirceeBt Lincoln Ooun In tho Lvgltlnturo aubjoet to tho action of Iho Doioocrntlc party eI KEIlfUlS fa oandlditte for Jailer of Lincoln count ubjeet to the action of thu democratic pa- St J H RAINES Is a candidate for the nomination of Jail uf Llttcota county kubjeet to tho action uf- the mocralo party VM LANDKKAF I I a candidate for Aesaor of Lincoln coon ty subject to democratic notion THAMES H WRIGHT a candidate for A eor of Lincoln coca tJ subject to the action of thu Ufiuocratl pIlrty JOHN C PEPPLES Ia a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count bject to the action of the democratic pat t Your support la solicited DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the ac- tton of taw democratic party lie solicit your support GUS McCOHMACK Ia a candidate for Autcwor of Lincoln coup tf subject to the action of tho democrat Iart GEO A EUBANKS a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subJoot to tho action of tho democrat 1 rty JAMES T JONES Iii candidate for jailer of Lincoln county Jeat to the action of the democratic par ty fainting Repairing Ism jireparod to paint and repair OUr- bllKgv carriage or wagon Inflnttclatrtftylo noun to do It and work teed You can have your old vuhlcle ltado- now for very little rnonuy J IL OltRRtt Stanford Ky POSIETf hareb1 warn alt noni from trwpaiilng on lu hUll for any iun e wlutctsr- VMI VSlKiUAF KrlferKy also warn llersonstruce IrrupamlDK on lu faull on Uncle Crook for any iur uM wbatciTtr KUKII NIKUUA Olltulitlni Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE lanufacturcd by J W Adams k Ialnt Ilck Ky In a guirantenl auro cure for horses and mulls inflicted with Fistula Iallevll Swinney Scratches Saddle 11011- and Boft Enlargements Greasy Heel IIMcmper Ac For wile by clriiRglnn Stanford DL Humphrey Liberty O Thompson Klngsrlllei CllldwlJlI VaTne Dunn Ilros Ilr IDlnlllc Ky F It OomptonMllledgevllfe Oto U Jeter Mlddlebnrgly Clurc Turueravlllo J McHIn IICY EAZLEY HAYS UNDERTAKERS DIULEM Furniture MntUnRSjllngs And Wall Pastier Ttfoy will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 t TAICK YOUHtPRBSCRIP IONS i TO fj Craig locker Stanforde For Accuracy and Low Prices t oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0 g o CHINN FRYE o g Brokers o o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o 0o o Stocks Bonds Cotton Graing Provisions and Investment o Securities Bought and Soldo0o o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o gexecuted g O Hank and Commercial Reference Long Dlilnnie Telephone 010 O O- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O H iACONTRACTOR 8 BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY i 5 I make close estimates on work and J guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work tmanship material as will be attested J by any one of the many parties for w whom I nave builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough lund Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprlces offered J t s Ii Y 0e Se S e ISS S0SSSSSSSSSS CUT PRICES I On OvercoatsAnd Suits W E PERKINS Crab Orohard Ky f 0 ANNOUNCEMENT Spring Summer 1901 I represent LAMM COMPANY Chicago ami cordially invlto you to cull for an inspection of their Superb Spring and Summer Clottriift Which comprise the choicest productions of tho worlds lending mills A LAMMr creation bears the Stamp of VALUE in material FJ DELIT workmanship and correctness in fltR concentration of their trade motto = The Jiest on Enrth JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky ao s soa tim a4saaea swm1We Have a Ful Line of d ledgers Jour als9 i Day and Cosh Bools j fur the New Year Ciood ioodsat Low Prices w Penny Drug Store iTKLEUllONK NO 2 dA4v0 3O d69 011Evd b0 1N i1N 1ti11 Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogueto MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres tie A ALLEN a CO Contractors And BviilderSTANFORD ICY Havo now a complete stockof Hulldlng Material Yellow FlnofiFloorlng ltooingGtSash Illlnds and nil of messed nail IlonK1 1Umbur BlilnnlcH and Bteol cost 1oHtn CJWojIDnko estimation auyktadot work want d aOaice opposite Or L It Cooks