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I c JrI SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 1719013 P M NO 83 r NEWS NOTES j liTho Shadow of Sin company r treaded at Paducab A blizzard raging In Wyoming Is killing live stock by wholoeale The mercury dropped to twontyUvo degrees below zero at St PaulIAttorney Uaynor Is In favor of prose 11 curio g tbo Bobby taco in tbo courts Reports ql National Dankihavo ben tbe roller of tbo curII called for by cOD ronoy Fred Dushnoll of San Francisco hue just toil by death a dog that bo refuted 15000 for A Ore at Salem W Va destroyed eighty buildings The loss li estlmied at 1500000 The nil Four bridge at Troy 0 severalfwere II Burglars blow open the sale at W W Plorsons private bank at Sturgli and stole 13000 The storm In tho United Kingdom caused a telegraphic breakdown un equaled since 1881 The jury In tho case of Mrs Lola Ida Donlne at Washington returned a verdict of acquittal Too Dig Stono Gap Iron Company has made arrangements to build 100 bee hlvo coko ovens Mrs Thomas Dutrott was bound and gagged by burglars at Paducah and her house was robbed A man who testified against Theo dare Durrant was mysteriously mur dered In San Francisco The time limit for flllng claims for feeding or caring for troope during tlO Spanish War expires Jan 1 Wright Fisher and Dr De Witt Jor dan of Vlocennes Ind fell from a buggy and wero frozen to death Sixty people narrowly escaped death In a burning Chicago Apartment house They suffered greatly from the Intense coldEight persons wore kllloi and six I teen were Injured In a wreck on tho Great Northern railroad near Etsex MontA cloudburst flooded Spring City Tenn driving many persons from their homes and causing heavy damage to propertyAt Bend Iodf Ora Strine a groom of two weeks killed his bride I and cut his own throat so severely thatI ho will dieIA twoyearold child of Wilder Kid more fell backward Into a kettlo ofI bollloir water at Stanton and was scald ed to death Whllo appraising the property of the late Dr W E Spalding at Springfield tho appraisers toned hid away In an old safe e350 One hundred and sixty street cars were destroyed In Chicago by the burn iJ leg of tho Lincoln avenue barn of the Chicago Traction Co Over no expanse of 1600 miles Inventor Marconi has received at St Johns Newfoundland wireless signals lent from Poldhu lo Cornwall Three kinds of poison were found In the stomach of Mrs Dr R O Tllloy who died suddenly at Petersburg this State and whoso body was exhumed Owing to the great quantity of float ing ico In the Mississippi river steam ore plying between Mrmrbl and St Louie have been compelled to tie u- pI Fenians are accused of placing an In fernal machine In tbo Liverpool Exchange building which exploded wrecking the building and causing a fire Tho reports of deaths In the English concentration camps In South Africa show that during October and Novem bor nearly 6000 children died Several thousand adults also died Santiago Igloslas organizer for the American Federation of Labor In Porto Rico has been convicted with several companions of conspiring to raise wages and sentenced to a long term in prison Samuel Compere was again elected president of the American Federation of Labor at tho convention at Scranton Pa The Federation again declined to put itself on record as Indorsing social tern Six persons were killed and cloven injured Ina collision on tbo Illinois Central near Perryvlllo 111 Two per sons who are missing are supposed to be dead The wreck took Ore and those who were not Instantly killed were burned to death State Board of Valuation and IITbe fixed the value of Kentucky whisky for the purpose of taxation at 1ISper barrel The original assessment 110 per barrel The reduction was granted on the filing of affidavits by leading distillers of the State that whisky is only worth S3 I I Capt C 0 Calhoun of Lexington who is In Washington by order of Gov r Beckbam for tho purpose of ascertain fog the status of war accounts between Kentucky and the Federal government has discovered that 101370102 Is due Kentucky as Interest on monoy ox ponded In supplying troops for the Union during the Civil War It will r be necessary for Congress to pass an act before this money can bo obtained Campbell Montjoy a Negro was frozen to death at Paris Two little children In Union county Tonn died of ItarvatlonIWilliam Shannon was lined WOO for running a pool room near Newport Freezing temperature Is reported In Florida as far South as Jacksonville Burglars blew open two safes at Rblnobcok NY after binding and gagging two men Joseph J Novak an editor residing at Ingleslde Station near St Louie was frozen to death Two men were killed and a third jured by being struck by a train at Del ray a suburb of Detroit Two parties of men bunting for burglar In Iowa tired at each other by mistake and three men wore Injured Frank lardy and his daughter were caught In a buggy by a Vondalla train at Logansporl Ind and were killed In a saloon brawl at IJendcron Tuts Garrott shot and fatallv wounded Bai ley Cox and wounded luck Alvcs a bystander I After a service of four weeks the Uoplcloivlllo company of State guards acting under orders received from Goo Murray was relieved from further duo ty at Madlsonvlllc Samuel Prculy a printer who com mitted suloldo at Washington was Identified by a boy as thn man seen leaving the room of Mrs Dennis the night ibe was assaulted At Keysor W Va a passenger train on the Baltimore Ohio railroad crashed Into the rear end of a freight train killing both the conductor and brakeman who woro asleep in the ca boose Mrs Lucy Cleaver McElroy wife of G W McElroy died at her homo at Lebanon of spinal trouble She was the author of several books the best known of which Is Juicily a story depleting life In the mountains of this State CHURCH MATTERS Rev It R Noel Is conducting a pro tractcd meeting at the Baptist church at Brodbead A total of 117000 has been subscrib ed for tho proposed Y M C A build lUll at Lexington The brotnerln law of Dowle the so called Ellab II Is suing him for 150 000 and says ho is a swindler Prof R B Butler has been elected and will take his place as president of London Ky College In January Former Governor W O Bradley do livered an Interesting address Sunday in Quinn Cbapel forum Louisville Evangelist Culpepper bad nearly 100 converts at the mooting bold at tho High Street Methodist church Lex ington Southern Presbyterians havo In created since 1810 In ministers 42 percent churches 69 per cent communi cants 05 per cent Arkansas leads all States In Increase Tomorrow Is tbo 193J anniversary of tbo birth of Charles Wesley the Math edict by mo writer and the 99tn anal versary of the birth of George D Pren tice editor of tbe Louisville Journal- A man claiming to ha J Corcoran a Catholic priest of Minneapolis U In jail at Louisville on a charge of luna cy Ho became violent In a law office under the haluclnatloa that his life being sought The Rev O A Skinner of Cambridge Mass and father of the actor Oils Skinner says bo believes the time Is not far off when ministers and churchgoers will realize that the legit imate stage has a beneficial Influence and assists In tho work of the church CHAMBERLAINS STOMACH AND LIYblt TABLETS Try them When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste In the mouth When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you fool bilious They will improve your appetite anllIyour I by Craig Mocker druggists Dr Blanton announces that a new prize will hereafter be given to the best student In Centra College re gardiae of class The donor is Sydney J Johnson The prize Is a handsome gold watch valued at 850 and Is In the naturo of a memorial to Mrs tohnsona husband Sydney J Johnson who died about two years from the tesult of an accident Be a gradual of Central University at Rlohmoidi Advocate MATRIMONIAL Robert Marlowe a widower of 81 i was marriei at Laporte Ind to Mrs Loulja Wliion 72 01clar8lt JiL IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 00 Jackson aged 74 Is dead In BoyleRavwlck Marlon county went dry Saturday by 125 James Lunsford aged 81 died after- a short Illness at Lancaster Charles Estop aged 10 year waaI drowned while fording a stream In Bull county Miss Lizzie Mattlngly was seriously burned at Elarrodsburg while render loll lard Eugene Lee has ben elected football manager of tho Central University eleven for next year John Graves and William Henderson were arrested In Lprel county on the charge counterfeiting Danvlllo will raise 150000 for the Presbyterian Femao College If money cuts a figure In tie location Ballard Mulllns fell from his wagon while in tho woods hauling timber and was perhaps fatally hurt near Living ton Miss Vera Pearl of London was painfully burned on tbe bead and bands by a celluloid comb In her hair Igniting from the grate Jack Overstroot aged 47 who has lived 13 miles from Harro3sburg all of his lifo made his first visit to that litItlo city last week George Asbcroft and Morris and Hugh Gordon were held over in 1200 bond each on the charge of raiding toll gate In Mercer- J M Hendren store lot Speedwell Madison county was entered and In money and stamps was taken The safe was demolished Coy Bradloys ODe team of sorrels ran off at Lancaster and demolished his handsome Victoria Fortunately no one was in tho vehicle Arthur Botlner a brakeman toll from a car at Livingston the wheels passing over his toee mashing two Amputation was necessary Jcsiamlno rents her work houee for 1100 a year and pays the keeper tO 50 per rod for all rock spread on the pikes within two miles of the city An old fiddlers contest under the management of the ladles of the First Presbyterian church will take place In Oarrodsburg In the next two or weeksA line has just been completed from Pellyton Adair county to Dunnvllle Casey county where It con nects with the Huatonvlllo and Green RIver Valley lines Buck Ball of Orlando Rockcastlo county foil from a house on a paling fence One piling entered hit side and broke otToBailie In a critical condi tion LATEIt He died of his injuriesi Mrs Mary flays was drowned near Wllllamiburg while attempting to ford the river The mule she was riding aecatro unmanageable and got Into deep water where she was washed ofT The Danville Electric Power Railway Company of Doyle county with 910000 capital stock and Gco Aodorcou C R McDowell and G E Wiseman at Its head flied articles of Incorporation at Frankfort Tho death of the venerable Mother in Israel Mrs Sarah J Gorsoll touched sadly a largo circle of role tives and friends ol the family She was about 75 years of age relict of J 1Matt Gossan Somerset Journal The lace curtains in a room in residence of Dr W B Penny and Mr R S Lyllo on Lexington street were Ignited from a gas jot and the curtains window panes and other articles were damaged before the flames could be ex tinguished Advocate Auditor Coulter has refused to pay witness claims In the Reynolds kuklux cases amounting to JOOO The Audi toes contention Is that Circuit Judge Moss had no right to transfer the cases from Letoher to Bell county tbo two counties nut being adjacent At a meeting of the stockholders of the Pitman Coal MlolngJlCompany it was decided to regrant a lease on the holdings of the organization near Pitts burg to a company which will boro for oil Tbo lessees are W A Pugh W L Caldwell of Laurel county o will organize a company COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN Recommendation of a Yell Known Chi cago Physician- I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate constricted coughs with direct results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it to all in need and- o seeking relief from colds and coughs ands bronchial afflictions It IB nonnarcotic- and safe in the hands of the most unpro fessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mrs Mary R Melendy M D Ph D Chicago III This remedy Is for sale by Craig Rocker druggists Senator Jones of Arkansas Introduced a resolution of thanks to Schley and his men Uponreaueet of Sohleye attorneys SecrclaryJiLong has agreed to withhold approval of tbcftCourt of Inquiry findings pending an appeal LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fort SALE25 nice shoats G A Peyton Mark Hardln bought of G A Peyton 10 yearlings at 3c Mark Hardln sold to Simpson of Battle Crook Mich a sorrel walking mare for 8130 S T Harris S Co bought of Lutes Co 32 slop cattle averaging 030 pounds ai3c Ktlklor d Baker of Ohio bought 37 lacks In Green and Adair counties at from 815 to 8150 Mrs T Humble of Perryvllle has sold her farm of 200 acres to Mr Dun can of Mercer county for 10000 Mark Hardln sold to O P Huffman six 230pound bogs at 5lo and bought of John CbrUmin a bunch of shoals at 4c Mrs Lindsey Buckler was adjudged insane at Lebanon She Is only 10 years old and has boon married four years Major B G Thomas of Fayette has sold the ibreeyearold trotter Ash bud 2101 to an Italian syndicate for 82500 W W Lyon Is back from Atlanta where he found a dull horse and mule market He took down 20 and only sold 11 G A Dobooey and Gregory Bros of Springfield sold to Messrs Fox sir Me Dowell of Danville 461400 pound cat tIe at 5c- Jockey Danny Maher who King Ed ward has tbe first call on for hit byIriding next year Ball Bros have sold to Maj Hugh Gwynn of San Diego Cal tbe noted premium saddle mare Della Fox for 81200 Versailles Sun E P Woods sipped to Cincinnati Friday a car load of hogs ha bought In this section at 5c and some extra good helfera be bought at 31o The crowd In town today was smaller than for several months on account of the cold weather Very little stock was on the market Advocate John Smith a Grant county farmer shipped two bogs to CIncInnati that- weighed 500 pounds each Ho got 6o for them or 85750 for the couple- There are 13500000 horses In tbe United States valued at 8625000000 Texas leads all States with 1125000 horses and Illinois and Iowa arc next with 1000000 each Ben Sanders bought 70 200 pound hogs from J B Vandlvler at 51 cents Also a number from other parties at Sic Tbe Harrodsburg Roller Mills bought a lot of wheat this week at 74 and 75o Harrodsburg Democrat John Gallagher assisted by Walter Latta has bought 4421 turkeys In iho county this season paying 5 und 5c Mr G has been In the business for 25 years and says It Is the largest number ever bought by any one manBar- rodsburg Democrat The career of Cresceus during the present year will always be regarded as a most remarkable one Ho has been going fast miles every week since July and ho Is still pegging away and appears to thrive and grow better al the time In a recent letter from San Francisco Mr Ketcbam stated thet Crcaceus never looked better and neve heel more speed than he has right now eTo the Ladles WALNUT FLAT Dec 10What bin dare the ladles of the Confederate At soclatlon at Stanford from having some kind of an entertainment ut Stanford on tho next anniversary birthday Gee I Leo I would suggest the day time as that would gtvetbe Old Boys ii from adjacent counties a chanco to on band with theIr friends I would further suggest that Judge Alcorn d liver us a short address as he U the only regimental officer of Col Grlgsbys regiment now living Also Judge Sauflev as be Is the only company ofll car of that regiment living In Lincoln I offer thoso ladles these suggestions for their consideration- J H MILLER dTbe board of trustees of tbe Kentucky Houses of Reform had tbo honor of tbe presence of Coy Beckham Senator J Embry Allen Representative VanMeter and other distinguished gen tlemen at Its meeting Wednesday all of whom expressed themselves greatly pleased with the management of tbe Institution and the good work it ia do fog especially the governor who prom ised his best efforts to secure the 8150 000 appropriation that the trustees desire to enlarge the capacity of the es tabllsbment which Is now crowded with constant demands for the adrale sloe of more unfortunate children There are 280 there when tbe normal capacity Is 250 Harrodsburg Democrat 1The plucky man who slew Dllty the Kid baa been given a fat job by Presl dent Roosevelt A notch in a Weston mans gunstock has more weight than a Senators Indorsement with Presl dent Teddy Louisville Times 8tR Lt = WORRYiil Let us suggest tho following ii3 Suit of Clothes Overcoat Smoking Jackets Office Coats Rain Coat Hats ButtonsBj J r1 siery Suspenders Dress Suit Cases iil And the swellest line of Mufflers and Neckwear ever brought here I IT PAYS TO TRADE AT tlTHE GLOBE RepaIringfIYour money back if youre not satisfied E mILLER BIBS H Danville 1 Jiv y 19 ss i ii ei i i S S I0 u I fl t S S XJMS PRESENTS Dont decide on your presents before visiting Muellers Jewelry Store and seeing his nice line of 1 SILVER NOVELTIES GOLD JEWELRY f f OF ALL KINDS WATCHES CLOCKS rl AMERICAN IMPORTED CUT GLASS iS Sf All pretty combinations of the most use dIs 5 at the lowest possible prices SA2 ALL GOODS AS REPRESENTED Jtjg- yj REBRTE STAMPS GIVEN A- sJi W H Mueller The Jeweler Wi SI e iS I 0 t i MURRAY McADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky z I 11 I U I III 110+ I Jolo ou++ It is no trouble for to select presents at our store at WQ carry the nrgest lino to bo leased in Central KentuckyiDIAMONDS The largest lino to be found outside of the large ties WATCHES A complete line of ladies fancy enamel plain gold engraved 1and set with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches ofall kinds gents watches In tho best filled and solid goM plain engraved and set with precious stones BROOCHES Brooches sot wih diamonds and pearls nod other precious- r atones RINCS Ladioes 8t Ring from SI to J100 and up JEWELRY of all kinds Fine Leather goods UMBRELLAS Fine Ladies and Gents Umbrellas from 250and 120 STATUARY In Italian marble bronze terra cotta etc Cut Class and China Rich cut glass oi diamond brilliancy Fine art China Art vases of every description Silverware Large line plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in silver ormulo gold and bronze Clocks We have too many kinds of clocks to describe Prices as low oo the lowest gJTEvery 1 sale entitles the purchaser to a guess at the number of hours and minutes the mammoth candle in our window will burn contest will be decided the Hh of December We will ire the following presents to the one guessing oreGenta Gold Watch Third 115 Cut Glass Dowl finest Thomas Parlor Clock Fifth W Solid Gold Cull Buttons Sixth 360 Six Solid 811 ver Spoons Gorham make Seventh f150 Solid Go d Scarf Pin To the one guess Ing the exact number of days hours and minutes the candle will burn we will give 810 additional MURRAY S MoADAMS MAIN ST DANVJLLTS KY HOLIDAY GOODS We arc now opening our Christmas Goods now clean and latest styles in QUEENS WARE LAMPS ETC and at right prices Wo also are receiving and will continue up to Christmas fresh CandicItfut8 Oranges Bananas Malaga Grapes eAlso a FULL LINE OF THE BEST COOK STOVES MADE with a written guarantee on thejfire buck and top iOV011 plate for five years You ore cordially in vited to come and see us and n share of your patronage is solicited for 1902 Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY I rSTHE INTERIOR JOUR1 E C WALTON W P WALTON 1sQodldateoraturoajCommlalcorfor2d the THE Scbley Court of Inquiry found t tear Admiral Scbley oulpaplo In eleven charges contained In the precept Admiral Dewey dissents however and by his minority report be again set himself aright boloro peoplo all over the country who believe that grand old Admiral Scbley outclasses by lont odder the majority of the men bcfor whom ho was tried In his report Ac mlral Dewey tare Admiral Schloy movements were made with all posslbl dispatch considering the Importune of keeping bunkers well filled nod tbe squadron as a unit that the blockade both of Santiago and Clenfuegoa were t effective and finally Mr Schley wa the senior officer of our squadron off Santiago when the Spanish equadro escaped on the morning of July 3 189J He was In absolute command and Is eo titled to the credit due such command tog officer for the glorious victor which resulted In the total destruction of the Spanish ships The court claim that Schloy was negligent disobedient vacillating dilatory lacking in enter prise and while at one pointtsaying he was courageous In battle says In another The turn of the Brooklyn was made to avoid getting her Into danger ous proximity to the Spanish vessels In short Schleya entire course trot the departure from Key West to the Hodgson newspaper controversy Is condemed Owing to a lapse of tim no recommendation for punishment 1s made and it Is generally hoped the none will be made TUB Cincinnati Enquirer baa advice from 70 counties in Kentucky and find that 32 senators and representatives are pledged to Gov McCreary for U S Senator P to Wheeler 0 to Cantrlll 4 to Smith and 1 to Allen while 18 refused to commit themselves Fou named McCroary as a second cholci I and 1 Wheeler and 2 Cantrlll Of thi noncommittal members five are per sonally known to favor McCreary Of the democrats other than members of the Legislature 61 favored McCreary 10 were for Cantrlll 10 for Wheelei and 8 for Smith McCreary was thi eecnnd choice of 3 Wheeler of 1 Can trill of 5 and Smith of 2 In majorl ty of the counties McCreary was the favorite and in nearly every case It was thought that he would be elected on the first or second ballot THREE cheers for Representative Robinson of Indiana He is tired of Taylor and Flnley being kept from thi clutches of the law by a perjurei Governor and has offered two measures In Congress to secure their extradition One is for an Investigation when tbe Governor of any State refuses to recog nlze extradition papers from the Governor of another State the other provides that In case a Governor refuses to recognize extradition papers they maybe executed by a United States Marabal Both of the bills should be come laws but they wont uptil the political complexion of both Houses Is changed IN specking of Judge T Z Morrow aa a probable candidate for Congress the Somerset Journal says He ought long long ago to have been sent to Congress there being no finer Congres sional timber on that side of the fence and he has never yet allowed himself used as a puller of chestnuts out of the fire by any political faction WHAT would Judge Sautloy the best circuit judge In Kentucky or any other State as far as that Is concerned have loco had such a disgusting scene as this occurred in his court In the court room at Columbus 0 Judge Badger called Congreeaman John J Lentz a liar and coward and pulled his nose and slapped his face IN answering an Insurance compa nys interrogatory as to whether he ever had any fevers and If so what were their character Hon W J Bry an said Suffered twice from presi dential fever followed bv severe chills but have tully recovered THE president is said to have definitely decided to decline the offer of 110000000 of United Statue Steel Cor poration stock He however admits that bo would accept Mr Carnegie offer If the gift were In cash or U S bonds TUB President Is certainly not one of the class that are known well for luck but he is very lucky all the same By the will of an uncle who died In 1887 Mr Roosevelt Inherits a fortune estimated at over 1100000 ROBERT HAMILTON a 12 year old Virginia boy who was appointed page in the Senate his thrown up his position giving as his reason that he wouldnt keep such company for 800 a month t TUB Somerset Republicans Christ t mas edition Is indeed a thing of beauty and a credit to the office that got tout w oL ExGov BRADLEYS letter in yesterday Courier Journal In answer to a charge made against him by fellow republicans Is a warm number and Is raoy reading Some of the dleappoln ed office seekers circulated a report that the ex governor demanded Jlay before ho would speak in the campalu of 1000 and after calling them cure and the like Gov Bradley explaIns that bo received remuneration but that It was at the suggestion of Yerke Comba and others who asked him to come from New York where ho bad Important business A portion of bls card Is as follows As usual the little curs In the republican party are barking at my heels Not content with the fact that they accidentally camo Into power on the popular wave of 1891 when for the first time a republics governor was elected in this State not content with the fact that by poreis oat lies concerning me my friends bave been excluded from omelet Feden recognition for more than five yean and not content with having turned republican plurality of nearly 0000 In 1895 Into a democratic plurality of more than 40000 In 1001 now that It has become apparent that a few of the deserving republicans of the State wbo Rave tone to the party before the present complaining miscreants who aasaul ne were born or attained accidental standing may poaslbly be rewarded a erslstent effort has been made and Is being made to array prejudice again mo and to Induce every Federal ofildi to Kentucky to believe that I am coo emplatlng the making of an effort or have already made one to relieve hie from office And to cap the Infamous methods employed the public IS told that I demanded 11000 for my services In 1000 and refused to enter the campaign unless paid that amount SUNDAYS Lexington Herald simply outdid Itself Besides having 32 page of interesting reading matter it bad a beautiful Illuminated cover whit was aa pretty as the paper was readable POLITICAL The MosaRhea contested election case will be heard Jan 8 The president appointed Edward M Drane postmaster at Frankfort to succeed Dr Holmes Enoch C Green has been appoints xwimaater at Nina Garrard county rice W T Watson resigned The Senate yesterday by a largi najorlty confirmed the appointment of P C Knox as Attorney General Samuel Wilblte Is learning the du lea at the city controllers office and vlll take charge Wednesday Col Hancock will be his assistant 0 J Secretary of State John Hay ha been chosen by the joint committee of Tongresa tomako the oration on thi occasIon of the official McKinley memorial service Chairman Payne of the House Ways and Means Committee says a bill will- be framed reducing the war taxes on- tbe general lines of the last bill for his purpose Additional papers have been filed rlth the Senate Judiciary committee irotestlng against the confirmation ol tbe appointment of Attorney General sox by people opposed to trusts The 11th district will have a candl date before the democratic caucus of tbe lower house He is T L Flannery 01 Owsley county and he wants the positIon of assistant sergeantatarms The HayPauncufote treaty for an itbntian canal was ratified by the Sen to yesterday by a vote of 72 to 6 Those rho opposed ratification ware Messrs ilackburn Bacon Mallory Culbereon Mllman and Teller Dr W Godfrey Hunter Is not to be reappointed United States Minister to luatemala and Honduras without a contest Former State Senator E O itnney has filed with President Roose volt live or six specific charges against blm These charges embody all those nearthed during the memorable seoa irlal fight of 1896 Chairman Payne of The Ways and Means Committee presented the majority report on a tariff bill for the hlllpplne Islands The bill provides lor the application of the Dingley rates on shipments from the Islands to this country The democrats presented bot minority report After a short onalderatlon the House determined to tAko up the bill Tuesday morning and vote on it at4 oclock Wednesday after noon This is a portion of what Senator oraker of Ohio said anent the verdict of Schley Court of Inquiry I dont see bow the majority could have rived at any such verdict It Is die graceful shameful I read every word of the tCBttmpny and there Is nothing In it that justifies that censure of chloy Ho may have erred In some ravs because of his Imperfect knowl dgo and his absolute lack of Knowledge of certain facts at times but he succeeded In the cod and Admiral Dewey verdict is the ono that I accept It Is tartly what I think H T McIntyre St Perpra who has been troubled with a disordered Btom- ach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than any tblng I have ever taken For sale bjr Craig S Hooker druggists syesterdayarKansas for appendicitis M e THIS AND THAT Junction City will haVe a new era Baptist institute Dec 2720- Ransy Russell a farmer of Casey county watt adjudged Insane Mrs James Hodgens of Marlon county for tho third time has given iblrthto twins Three carloads of negroes were yes terday taken from Alabama to Nova Scotia to work at Iron furnaces bera As a result of the publication of tho story that John Williams of Danvlll received a tombstone as a gift on blat golden wedding J E Wright the donor and Thomas Wright of Glb bonsvlllfc Idaho a brother have been Wm J Bryan when asked for an opinion concerning the Schloy ver diet said Admiral Schloy has vIn- dicated that he was not a coward Tbe entire court Is agreed and explicit 00 that point Admiral Schloy is the bero of Santiago The fact Is establish by the emphatic utterance of Admlr Dewey the most important member of the court Other matters In the precept passed on by the court are matters of opinion No one was as competent to judge what should have boen done andtow at the time of action as Sob ley as ho was there These are purely matters of opinion rTHREE GIFTS There la a night which children love A time of fadeless youth A time whoa teddoreet legendry Entwines with holiest truth 0 happy night 0 holy night Still shines thy radiant star On shepherds watching in the fields Oer wise men journeying far There la a tree the children love Whose flowora are all of light Whose fruitage Is a shower of gifts CkOf wonder and delight Beneath the branches of that tree Care files and pain Is mute And hands long sundered meet again When gathering its fruit Ibore Is a Child the children love Couched on His mothers knee On Him the happy star does shine And on the Christmas tree Out from those baby bands of His Like rose leaves softly curled Hath come tbat happy holy thing The Christmas qf the world- LANCASTER FULL stock of ormolan gold goods 10 locks vases candelabra and faun pieces Thompson the jeweler Lancaster All our goods at reduced prices hose out our fancy china out glass aod aU fancy goods before Xmas Thomp on the Jeweler We carry the largest stock of eterl Ing sliver spoons forks knives and ancy pieces also pearl handled knivesI and forks of any house In Central Ken ucky All goods engraved free Thomp son the jeweler Lancaster A GOOD COUGH MEDI flNE From the GazetteToowombaAuitralla I find Chamberlains Cough Remedy ao excellent medicine I havo been suf bring from a severe cough for the lilttwo lontha and it has effected cure I have- Kreat pleasure in recommending ItW- Wockner This Is the opinion of one tour oldest and most respected residents and bas been voluntarily given in good aith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as was Mr JKockncr Thud remedy ia sold by Craig Hooker drug gistl The Independence Beige says tbat Dr Sylveatre formerly an American but now a naturalized French physl Ianhaa Invented speotroltraph which nablea users of tbo telephone to see each other Estray Horse A gray hone about 15 yean old camo to lyplacolS month ago Owner can get by for this notice and his keep JOIN VERNON Iarkavllle Ky tltIIIIIII14 ttll+ 111141 A RUBBER DOCTOR HE home without a Hot thatJneeded any hour day or night A soft yielding rubber bag that applies heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours MEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at its best No scorching and a steady even temperature Those we offer are made as they should boof finest Para rubber with reinserted seams All size and every Abeat bargain FjENNYS RUG STORES- tanford Ky ++4 III 111111 H +1 T 1 1 IILLLYeWill be here in a few days and The Louis I ville Store will be gone in a very tew weeksfMens heavy Overcoats worth 8 a warm present cut to 308 Youths Oxford Overcoats ages 15 to 10 years something durable worth 6at 20- Mens L fancy bosom anti plain white shirts worth 1 cut to 48c Mens heavy fleeced Underwear worth 75c reduced to I5c liens all wool underwear in red and tan worth lnt40c Mens heavy work gloves lined and un lincd worth 1 nnd 150 at 40c Mens fine shoes Lace anti Congress worth 2 and 2J0 at 118I50c Neckwear 25o 1 Oxford Mufllors 45c 35o Cashmere Sox 15c 50c Work Shirts 25c 50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Good heavy 1M Blankets white and gray worth 1 n pair at G9c lITAKE advantage of our Great Closing Out Quit Sale and buy ones for n Christmas A nice of overcoat n pnir of shoes n n nice dress pattern a cloak or handsome fur collarette Wo have these many more presents Come and get our before making your purchases t Salinger Bros Prors Wholesale and Retail Ky 1 i 1 Stockholders Meeting A tne tlDg of tbo stockholder ot tho Na tional Hank of Hustonvlllo wilt be held at their banking house In Iliutonvllle the 2nd Tuesday In January 1003 between 0 and 12 II I for the purposa or elreting dlrtCton to sorro the J W HOOKER Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting ot the stockholder of the Lie cola County National tank ot Stanford will be held at their banking hoase the Moond Tuesday in January 1903 tor the of electing dlrecton for the ensuing year- J II OWSLEY Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Pint National Dank of Stanford will bo held at their banking house the lecond Tuesday la January 1002 for the purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing vear JOHN J McIlOUFUTS Cashier Public At my on the Somerset Ul mile from Stanford I will on Thursday Dec 10 sell at auction to the highest bid der all of household and kitchen turn tare comparatively new I family bone I buggy and about dozen chickens Terms cash J II White will begin at 10 oclocn sharp SALE I will sell at public auction at my house- on East Main street on Saturday pot SI I9OI beginning at 0 oclock a lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture consisting of a lot ot bedroom chain etc Also a black helter calf and a valuable hone and buggy Terms made known on dvor sale WAVKHLV HAMILTON Rowland Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of tonlsrlllo will be at St Asapli Hotel Stanford Wednesday December 18 Ono day only Eye examined glasses adjusted Office hours 0 a m to pm SALE sold our farm we will roll oil Thursday Doc 19 1901 to the highest bidder at Cedar Orbe lleaent- nut from on the Danville and our entire lot of Trotting Horses shout head brood mare foal to Alllc 2l94 and tb YMt are all young geldings and fllllet nrg from weanlings to 4 yearolde such urts ss Messenger Chief Almont Mimic Ferguson Irtncu Charlie CecllUn lied Chief etc Among these youngsters are eome all good Indlyidualsas we have a food made that a point In breeding and wa hare tent out some OO ONES from Cedar Irene Will sell also everything perulnlnz to training stalls caru sulkies harness U etc S milk rows 3 cain 200 barrels ol corn very law of splendid hey Imple meets of eTerr Yarlety as blinders mowcn hay rates corn wagons 1110C- act pertaining to farm 400 cede for plank and poll fence also lot of sawed flat forums lot ol etc Household and klwufn jrnl tare cTerythloi toea Sale to commence at a oclock ss we Ill hay to commence early to get through Terms made known on dsy ofsale Dlnnrr on the ground 110 A T J T O KnglUh Auctioneer Will also otter at sums time and place the Dir property containing acres 3 Urge lell double cribs dtitlllery bouM machinery sod everything pertaining thereto all In good order bushels U C MOCK Admr tA Ladies Fur Minks worth 250 reduced to 080 Ladies 1 Fur Collnrctlcs n very useful nnd pretty present 168 I 1llalbdSO111ehOc Frtsoinutors in nil colors cut to 20c- JJ45n wide nil wool dress suiting in plnids nnd nil solid colors worth 60o nayard nt 2GofLadies Capes well made nnd nicely r trimmed worth cut to 4Jc 1 l2c Outing Cloth 50r5 cent Cnlicoes colors Ici 5p25n50DJ I lOo Pearl Huttons 5c 15o Mitts Be e Wo have n tow Dolls and Wngons cost not considered leftlto your IIisomething useful Gift suit clothes necktie all and n great luicfulIin prices THE LOUISVILLE STOREStanford f purpose Sale S Sale PUBLIC and scientifically PUBLIC Having miles turnpike Bred In wood be ricks drills PMU liner nil J G WKATHKUFOUD W M MYKIIS It I Weatherford Myers Successors to I F Steolc HUSTONVILLE KYIDealers In Drugs Dry Goods NotionsI Hardware Groceries titsd Hats Shoes c OSfln order to make room for new goods we offer our entire stock at COST FORtCASH I Drop in and see us and makeIour store your headquarters when you come to Hustonville 4 1- OurLine ofd HOLIDAY GOODS r Is now Complete The best selected line that could be had e is now on Display j Big lOc Line In Connection V j Lots of Fruits Candies Nuts i GEORGE H FARRIS A CO I C t Given up that W B McRoberts e has the best display the j prettiest line ofcc J floIiau GooU j i in town Make him a visit and be convinced W B MoRberfsDRUG F T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAMFORD KY DEC 17 1001 In fllllDjr your prescriptions wo UBO proportloDi tbaIPERSONALS U D BRIGHT Ie down from Grays UK S R COOK li slowly Improving t KEVU B MAIIONV was In Vcr tallies last week EHNEST WARREN was down from Livingston Sunday Miis J M AIVRRSON Is down with a torero throat trouble t Miss SAIUR ENQLKMAN la visiting relatives at Shelby City BOUN to the wife of Mr U B Far rte a tonpound eon Advocate bits O II CAUTrn of the McCor- mack church tectlon li very sick Mil W H MuniHY will leave for McKinney Texas tonight on builncn Miss LOUISE HOIIINSON has return ed from a visit to relatives In Chicago MRS Dn W 8 BEAZLEY of Lan caster It visiting Mr and Mrs W W flay Mil M F ELKIK left yesterday for Central City to organize a Maccabeo lodge TilE Ladles Aid Society will meet with tire J H Beazloy at 2 P M Sat urday DH AND MRS CLUTCH rcwLKKiro spending a few weeks In Madison wlt relatives ATTORNEY UILX SPALDINQ Is spend leg several weeks with LIe parents al LebanonMIL WOODSON of Middles boro attended tbo burial of Mrs J II Vanhook LITTLE SARAH ALLEN daughter of t Mr and Mrs J 0 Corralncy Is III of pneumonia i TUB reading club will meet wit Miss Dolllo McUobcrt Saturday afte noon at2oclookE- LDEtt Josniit DALLOU wont to Parksvlllo this afternoon to preach C S Parks funeral OKO O KELLER JIL of tbo Lox legion Observer spout Sunday with the homefolks hero Tim Fancy Work Club will moot with Mrs J W Batighman Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock MR WALLACE W WITHERS who Is headquartering In Louisville spent Sunday with friends hero Miss NANNIE KENNEDY came from Knoxvlllo to attend the burial of her brother Howard Kennedy ROWAN SAUILEY of this oNce hat been laid up since yesterday morning with neuralgia and throat trouble TilE T I A Club bad an enjoyable and succcsiful meeting with Misses Evelyn and Louise Eastland Friday nightMRS BETTIE ASHLEY BUCIIANA- pays a beautiful tribute In tbo Lapel Ind News to the memory of Mrs P Hill MASTER MARSHALL STONE son of Mr and Mrs Will Stone who has had A severo tussle with typhoid fever Is convalescing MR AND MRS J THOMAS CHERRY t and Miss Alberta Hilton of Brodbcad attended Mrs J H Vanhooks burial Friday afternoon MESSRS A T AND J R NDNNEL LEY the Texas drummers aro hero to spend a few days with their parents Mr and Mrs P P Nunnolloy RICHARD PETTUS accompanied by his little niece Elizabeth will slarl this week for Washington City to visit his brother Walter Somerset Jour nalMiss LOUISE EASTLAND Is acting as saleslady In George H Farrls k Cos store and Miss Evolyn Easlland Is Ing a similar position at W B McRa orts MRS JAMES R DODD and her sister f Miss Fannie McDonald who have boon In Illinois and Missouri for several months have returned to Danvlllo News EDGAR S ALIIRIOHT of the Mi Vernon Signal was hero Saturday so curing adverltsomenia for his big Christmas number which will appear tile wook MRS M C TANNER and baby Os wald who have been ylslllng her par fcnis hero for comb weeks past return qd to McKinney Saturday Somerset Republican WE extend sympathy to our Oarrard county friend Mr Georgo T Hlggln otham who to wrestling with a coup lc I of carbuncles ono of which ought to bo enough for any man NEWS coaies from Danville that a son has arrived to bless the union Mr and Mrs Charles P Cecil Jr of Danville The mother was the beau t1 ful MUs Virginia Bowman MRS 0 J OROW Is very at tho j homo pf her daughter Mrs Matt Woodson at MIddlesboro and up to a tow days ago she had not been apprised of the death of her daughter H Vanhook MR R L LUCAS of Leo Va who bought a farm near Crab chard of M J Barrls moved lo It a few ago Mr E M Gilbert of UkolYI1JOvo ALFRED OIOUINS Is at home for the holidays from Danvlllo w0 McKWNKY of Montgomery Ala Is hero vlilllng ralativeeSeMRS J H MONIN up to see her mother Mr O J Crow who Is quite lick at Mlddlosboro to SbelbyI dayREV M A HART of Yalb Unlvcrsl s that of the groom arrived today to bo present at the Hagln Cash wedding tomorrow LOCALS foQSEE our advertisementof useful Xmai present J P Jones j SOLID Gold Silver and Novelty Watches at Embry Engloroana ALL coats cigars ecIn order to reduce stock Farris k Hardin HORSE clothing horse blankets bar ness of all kinds good and cheep at J C McClarys YOULL loin something fyou dont luvesllgato our closing out alo on gents wear J P Jones BUY your coal or Xmas week Yo will need the co41sod wo seed the moony J U Baugbman k Co I STOREROOM en1traqceSEE ourwareIUnderGiazo and GoldIn baking dishes and chamber hUBright Jr k Co THANKS Judge M C Saufley has our thanks for a ticket to witness tho execution of Reuben Qulnu at Dan vlllo Friday nuxtIFARMERS Ploato send your ex daYIbeforoBaughmanb fc rATrtstvD Joo H Whites solo day next 10th at which time ho will sell a lot of household and kitchen furniture Salo begins at 10 ooloc k sharp OILMr James Frye of flustoi- yule received a telegram from the 8 voce 011 k Gal Cos well In Wayne saying that a good how of oil had been struck DEAD files was the subject of Rev J O A Vttughta sermon at the listb odin church io Danvlllo Sunday The good brother must bo getting short on something to preach aboul JOHNSON Thomas E Johnson who married Miss Annie MoAllsier of ibis place was killed al Eric Pa by tho cars and hit romaine were brought to Georgetown for Interment WRECK The afternoon K C yes CrookN a care slave caTTilE opening of W B McRoborts Christmas stock Friday night was largely attended and everybody had a good time Muslo by an added pleasure and life to the occaloD1 CANDIES CANDIES I have every variety of candy from Lowneys finest to tbo cheapest stick Finest case ment of candy In town Prices ye reasonable Call and sea my stock John U Molar PARKS Charles Parke Parks villas leading merchant an excellent gentleman and a substantial friend of the writer diedet his home Sunday night after a lingering Illness of a complication of troubles Ho was 43 years old and leaves a wile and one child to hbue n lucky had few boiler citizens or men than Charlie Parks and his demise will bo regretted most whore ho is known boat SUNDAY was ibo coldest Decem day over known in Kentucky The r momelors registered from 6 to 10 below mercurydidThe sudden change of temperature a tall of some 70 degrees In 21 hours caused Inlonse suffering both to man and besets and a good many of us havent gotten thawed out yet Saturday was all eorls of a day except a pleasant one The weather today not so unbearable The murcury 10 above at 530 this A M and Is still climbing Snow some of which t this morning covers the earth to t depth of 11 lashes ofTIIE Among the Breakers Co gave 55houeoourHustonvllle Inforeoyoung people who accompanied the performers had the misfortune of overturning thou rohlcles coming back but nobody was much hurt Those who saw the show here and also at Huston portormaOrflee cae tar has oat yet been fixed but If Lbeywilltbeycanh FRESH milk cow for sale J P Jones SEt the but line of Percales at Ho verance k Sons HOLIDAY and Wedding presents at Embry k Eoglcmans BUY tbo lltilo girl a cloak at cut prices Severance Sons PLACE your order for pictures now Miss Sacray can please you j daCALLtlful Hue of Xmas PresentsC salrAN L k N frel bkilled valuable cow for Marshal R G Jones Sundayas ClUUSTMAS presents of anything In the jewelry line at Embry k Englc mans Tile young people hadsbig time coasting leaf night and will repeat tonight Neckwear Mufflers and Silk Handkerchief sat Cummins Mc Clarys SUIT GARLAND SIN iLETON will oo cupy the room back ot the poslofflco 1uA NICE lap robe old make a good Christmas present Lot J C McClary sell you one- S PRESENT for husband wife slater brother daughter son and sweetheart at Wm Muellers FRANK RICIARISONtar dleordstl conduct was deed 813 In Judge Car sons court yesterday MAKE vour friend aXroas present of a good photograph of yourself Mies Sacrnv can do you Justice REMEMRER Joe U Whlierf sale of household and kitchen furniture at oclock Thursday next lAth THREE cottages ono on Logan nod two on WhlilGV Avenue for rent Fun r PeytonreCAUPIIELL An 11 year old tiaugb tor of Joe Campbell wbo lives near Shelby City died of dlpntberia ester day tiIIm ff oats and straw Cheap for cash J H Baughman k Co BEAR In mind Waverly Hamilton sale next Saturday 21si A lot of household and kitchen furniture and olherlblngs will bo disposed of SPECIAL TERM Judge M C Sauf ley begun a special term of court at Danvlllo yesterday at which six Ne gross Including Jim Dan Pope will be tried EVERY ONE of the hundred wbo a t tended my opening were satisfied ibat I have the roost attractive lice Me1II HAVE moved theroom oneI door East of my old storeroom who ro I will bo glad to walt on my old cus tamers and as many now ones as may come M D Elmore Gooderday told us that Among the Drees ohoryto history so tar TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Teachers Association Saturday and Saturday night was a success notwiih standing It voiced balled snowed and blowed Prof M O Winfrey w chairman of oho meellng and bo pr Bided with much dlgnliy The speak ers wore Dr Wm C Robert i of Central University Hop H V McChes cap Superintendent of Public Instruc lion Prof J H Patterson of Lance tor Prof W C Grlnstead of Dan ville Profs C Rexford Raymond at Collegebar Col Dr legs and each made Interesting tet showing the great need for oducatli and the advantages to be derived ensecuringstrongly advocated graded schools and some showed by statistics that such In stllutloaa of learning pay the best kind of Interest as Investments Most the gentlemen thought Stanford shoe have a 12000 to 015000 building and sparedwse t day choruses were rendered by siu PohoIIY lion Wallace Singleton and Miss Jones sang a duet very sweetly while Misses Katie Merehon and Katlo Wa tore each fnyorod the visitors with a SultheIts it In the asaoclullon here worn welt pleBs ed with the meeting which would havo been far more interesting and much larger attended had not the elements behaved so badly Among the visiting teachers present wore Prof Stalen of Normal College Bowling Green Prof m al Norandibo C Lay of Casey Bio cut In prices on all cloaks 8ev oraoco k Sons WINDOW sash and doors at Higgins k McKlnneys HUNDREDS of artleeat 25c for presents Severance Sons FOR ItENT Either of my two real dences on West Main Street W P Walton OUR mill will cloy doArn Xmas y Dont forgot It J Q Baugh roan kCu MY house opposite Dr Cooks for EarpWloohelter You never purchased doslrablagoodi low as wo are selling them Come and see JPJooelO THIS Is fine weutner for plumbers and coal dealers but the rest of us aro not enjoying it mush 5priceShoes ko Severance S SoosiTHE young moo engaged Wal tool Opera House for Friday night during the holidays when a swell bop will bo given OUR correspondents all froze to death early In the cold spell o If any of them didnt ihey have not let us know It by sending letters RtctiMrs Rich of the Dunnvllle section died at Joseph Price Infirmary and was taken to her home for burial ImprovedYOLD FIDDLERS CONTEST Since our last Issue Messrs O T Wallace of Garrard and Ansel Lanham of Hue lonvlile bavo entered In tbo Old flu diets Contest at Waltons Opera HOUBO Chrlbtmas night The entry book Is 0still open ntSTONViLLE Those Xmas goods Iat O W Adams are gulag lat Dont miss an opportunity of buying thee e goods cheaper than you ever bought before Just received moat elegant line of Medallions the finest ever brought to town FOR SWEET CHARITYS SAKE The Among the Breakers Co will pre rent that pretty play again at Waltons Opera Houso Friday night next 20th The proceeds will go toward buyla- eubataotiet Xmas presents for the Dont fall to attend A WEEK from tonight many lilt stockings will bo hung around the lotBaotalet him try to remember each llllle one In town and country The tote are looking forward already to the going through of hair stockings and God grant there will be none disappointed PARTNERrETforrb Fred owner of the Farmers Roller Mills ofwoofs a partner with money and offers to such good Inducements His mil grinds about 75 bushels of wheat a 150 bushels of corn per day and makes the best of flour and meal Hois run clog It at the small expense of 1250 per day and wools a partner who can furnish means to buy wheat and corn In large quantities Wrllo or call oo him C tollowlorR whlckh Nw0 to to buy anything Box of Key West or Havana cigars handkerchiefs razor cup and brush gloves slippers smoking jacket scarf silver mustache comb watch chain bath robe bat brush pipe rack um brolla coos hat tag key ring bag tag case dress suit protector cuff sIloke dress suit studs gold or silver plated collar bultons shaving paper fraternity badge boot trees boot pot Ishlng tree box of 100 cigarettes eyeglass guard cravat pins toothbrush holder traveling clock Inkstand epeolsdfinds that by reason of a custom catch llabed for the post 12 or 15 years of glv requlrlD0o apeaided has annually Increased to about 00 who receive from 018 to 0120 per year aggregating about 03000 while pooridding amounts to only 0552 23 Inaddl mentionedh0been allowed The court also finds that the claims of physicians for pan lncreaaRosatal amount paid last year amounts to 0109220 In addition to thin the court has been compelled to pay for Innumerable prescriptions The court concludes tnat these cbarllles are excessive and that the custom has become onerous as the expenditure for maintaining Ibe poor almost equal the amount required to maintain the entire turnpike system of the county The court ordered 200 these paupers to poor house diaconlln ued about 15 of them and reduced iho oDefourtbalter the extreme weather has passed dlecootlauolarge a uIuuuIuuuI t 0 fDo Nie i 1 ittty iX45 e + + iCi4 i41fai91tqTa41 ttllt liLadies ShopsA a i u 0 laItw Fit for a Queen The best tti Shoe luau and Machinery 5 fI cnn make ittit J Jj lln Kid Vii Patent Heavy welt 9L Extended Sole tB rr With cushlen insole making It warmer and ver flexible Ladlel8 atwho went a heavy solo yet of them hurting their t vftit feet should the Ultra price 360lOT me lis a shoe gotten np in the best of style per irof9 fect In every sole nice lytrimmedand a perfect + la fitter only 1200 Hi H J McROBERTS W 89tt6 1If c 9r Qf kc qtkc Ii Is sit 4 Y Ii 411d I a 17wrJIW1Pi QI 01 ft SuitableGifts Silver and Gold Mounted Umbrellas Elegant Embroidered Kid Gloves Satin Damask Table Cloths Beautiful Counterpanes Fancy Knit Skirts Blk Satteen Skirts i ja1aS0Q6 Woof d i n iqualityJOHN P JONES KentuckyrEm I Tell Us Your Troubles waysIfat these prices for CASH tQ All calicoes 4 jc OutingdlOc Percales 7Jc OtherIat Sc Pillow tops 25c Hoods and fascinators 25c Table corers find dresser earls Damask and rope portelrres ffi See what we have in sterling silver at 2550 and 75c Infants zephyr sacques 25c and 50o Infants moccasslns 10 k 15c everybodyTen the best line of mens women k cbldiena Shoes in Stanford Royal silkrlush underwear for men Silk and linen 5c to b0c- Shetland floss haDdkercbletsI 71 cents I Come and let us show you what we havewe cant mention all here Prices right I Severance Sons 1 EtEIIf EW To Strike Oil call at hTilE UARLfS WUffLfR EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY Our stock is complete in every sense Prices fire below the Trenton Rock where the oil is found Our Shoo Stock equals that of any city at 25 per cent lower prices 20 years experience insures this In ample time our stock of Holiday Goodswwill be open for your inspection We keep every thing found iiin general line Como and satin Iyour oil in winter goods Vo guarantee no dust eors or watered stock CHARLES WHEELER FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADEW- eare ready to wait on the holiday trade with candles nuts fruits or anything in Fancy Groceries For presents see our Chamber Sets Hall Swinging Library Lamps tand all kinds of CHINAWARE Heating Stoves and Cook Stoves with guarantee backs Our line ot Hardware is uptodate Nails Wire Lime Cement Salt Our phone number Is 0call us up JOHN BRIGHT JR CO r If THE JNT KIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pott tfflce ai Stanford at Mendclou matter nvtbllaridTttad apatsia3Fzttalra- as 1 PER YEAR CASH air When Dot eopaldffiSOO will bechartwJ KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going NonbMM 68 a m 26It S41eni 25 South 1289km ii i U 2pm For allirolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No25 Arrrlveeats fine ordd 1OJ No 24 Leaves Stanford at 210 A No Jl ArtlTet at Rowland at 1200 ass No2i Laves Stanford at 280 P COAL- I hare decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coat business 1 am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle tho belt of coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky p 11A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Once over IDS sit rucivinnoY 8 btori Telephon No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MomnnGV a Ky Idakeand keep constantly on band the beat of Flonr Meal Shlpstutf Dran Chick en Feed Ae Prices very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 81 acres situated on the Stan ford and Ottenhelm pike 3 mites from Stan ford In grass and land with excep than of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fenc ing timber no dwelling only a coin crib It Is a very desirable little place Will sell at 135 per acre Call at this once FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T D Bright A Co Will hold on February S3 1902 a big JACK BALE at which time 10 odd Jacks will bo disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacks solicited H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call FKRM FOR SALe I Containing 183 acres two miles south of HcKlnnny on Mlddlebnrg 175 acres under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watAre be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole Tor further information call on or address J S MOBLEV McKinney Ky GREAT BARGAINS THIS MONT1I I have located at Grab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always Sod bargains at my store 1 am stilling secondhand Clothing ual to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc Moping that you will not forgot to patronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a Invitation to visit the nctanatl Bargain Store Call and see me when you como to town- CINCINNATI B 110AIN STORE M REISER PItOn Vitae OreDo you know what It is If not it will pay you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this paper or addre sltfg THEO NOIL Geolo gist Chicago ID or NlI BOGIE Agt Marksbury Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Ol 1UI Stock 850000 krplai10000T- his InitltuUau original 7 established M the De poaltBank of Stanford In ISM then reorganised ai the National Hank ofEUotord In ISM andagali eorjiulwd u the Ftnt National Bank of Stanford BlM2hu had practlcallr an uninterrupted exist snoetor yon It U better lapplled now will I oUltlea for traniactlngbtulBeu promptly and i bonotabtsUlldhldllalllOUcuLDIItKeTORl i eld Llnoiln OI JW IlayJenStanfor Harris It SH Baughmtn S Becker Tf Hill WR Walton W A Trlbbl tJ31CoUterOrabOrohd JuTtobinrmUubbhs MfElmon 8taafordortrasa BBockr4PreaIilent UcBoberti Cuhler Painting Repairing I am tootand repair your buggy carriage or wagon Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old new for very little money J H OUEEUI A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentii- tStanford Ky Office UcRobertaDrui Store In the Owale Building Farm For Sale A farm of acresvjf mile from Neal Creek Church Lincoln County for Halo Some timbered and some land house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM OOOLKV Stanford Ky J HBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable nrucea Old Stand Depot St STfUFOftD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Phone No 08 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLEU Manufacturer of B IR I O US I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD E7 MORRIS FRED PnommoR on grinding If I do not satisfy you I wllnot ask you to again Mr James Milburn head miller for J II Baugbman k Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour Meal Shipstuff Chicken Peed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you thn very best result me but bear lu mind always that I reed your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ c+ Mc JJMY UNDERTAKER EtIBALltIER And DealearIn HBNESS SADDLEBY CL Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEETAE3SBS DCALKM I- XFarnitureMaUnjsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- eoor to flank A Trust Compao and under same management continue vou ly for 85 Yean Solioits Your Bank Aooount ping such business relations will prove mntai Ijr beneficial and plea- DIIKCTORSl TSr J N Uaner A CarpenterW J E Lynn SUHbanki J F Ca h J H Uwtlt OFFlCESai HBhankiPreeloentiiJ W ANt Cash Laia eaMitMleatittMfivatlaSBA Iterorae You any that you are a reformer Yea But you dont keep people from working nil day and sleeping all night talking about the world going vrronf and Inventing social experiments No Thnta the habit Im trying toI reform Washington Gtar Again the Coffin Nail Have you quit smoking tho nut llittle things Yes I found they unfitted me for businessWhat business are you in now Well Im traveling salesman for a factory that makes em you Chicago Tribune knovI The Leer Evil Bramble Why do you play poker with Shortlelgh He cant afford to pay if he loses and besides he doers play fai- rThorneI know It but I might aa well let him win my moneyaa to lend to hlmN Y Journal The Vanal Ilranlt Young Enoch wh7 has an Inquiring mind Paw when yod drop a nickel into one o them slot machines wha happena Farmer Bentrack who has beer thereYo see how casy It is for a durn fool to lose five cenUl Puck A Candid Statement Fuddy Honestly now what kind ol weather do you like best DuddyThat la a subject that has bothered me a great dcaL On mature reflection I think the weather I like best is the weather we are not having at the timcTUBlU So Chance to Beonpe- Kewlywed What is the right thing to do when your wife asks you for money and you havent got it- Oletimer Oht there is no right thing to do under those circumstances Any thing you do will be wrongIPuck Not Good for a Frost When I told her I had something laid by for a rainy day I thought I would win her And you didnt No what Id laid by for rain was no protection from frost Chicago Post Conceit of Man We women this psychologist says remember our dreams more vividly than men remember theirs Of course my dear You know you lave us men to dream aboutChlca o Record The Wherefore of It Mr AouaekeepThe dinner is dell doue today dear Mrs HousekeepYes Tlie cook es nets some of her friends to visit her this evening Catholic Standard and Times A Definition Little Elmer Papa what a stock ompanyProf A stock company ay son is usually a email body of men entirely surrounded by water Judge Dullt That Way The mean thing I dont beliveltis ossible for the truth to coma out of her mputhl Well you know she has false teeth chicago TimesrHerald Not What lie Meant SheDont you think that I have a very pretty mouth He absentmindedly Yes darling Ua simply immense TitBits Gov Wm Gregory of Rhode Island htdcad 341 pair Mens Coarse Working Shoes go at 7le worth 150 412 pair womens oil grain Shoes worth 150 go at 700 OOc Jeans Pants go for 49c Mens 1 Shirts go for 39c while they last Shoes 20ctho host shoo ever seen for the money Childrens shoes worth 60o only 95 pair left they go at 20c Mens very fine Sunday Shoes worth 3 go for 179 Appreciation- I think remarked IIw Cayenne dowly thAt Mrs Chlllinsby is one of the comparatively few people who aro worth cultivating Her manner Is not effusively cor dial No She refrained from saying that the was overwhelmed with Joy at see ing me and sho did not express any anxiety that we should meet again Such candor and sincerity are only too rare in this life Washington Star Alluded to the Slip They sat on the rustic scat lie held her hand This reminds me of playing poker be giggled softly In what way she inquired Holding a big hand Ho way only joking but the neigh hors will tell you that she takes those delightful moonlight rambles with tnotiher fellow Chicago Dally News lie Didnt Illume the Woman A man went wrong one day And didnt blame the woman lie didnt whine and say lie was tempted by the woman Men praised him then but oh The womenhigh and low How they abused him thought Because he didnt BO And blame It on the woman Chicago TIratsIIerald A LITTLE E OVIUGlmC T The Rejected Onecan you give me no hope At some future time per hap SheWell come to me again in ten years and if I should be still unmarried IllIll think ofltJucs SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATES C A O RAILWAY Commencing1 Jan 1 1002 roundtrip tickets will be sold bo tweeo all nations or the 0k O Rail except between Cbarlottoavllle and Washington and between Lex log ton and Louisville and Intermediate stations at a reduction from tbo local rates On and alter that dale paiBen srera paying fare on tho trains will ba charged lOo extra receiving a receipt from the conductor which lOo will be refunded on presentation of such re ceipt to any ticket office George W Barney D P A Another appeal Is made for money to pay Caleb Powers expenses In his coming trial There Ii more Currh In section of the reunl then ail otherdiease put together end ohm the lest few inn wu supposed to be III sod able a treat meny yetis doctors pronoucur It a loesldlseswand pmctllicd loco remnoad and bj constantly lalllnx to cure with ibcb Idle U Incurable Sclenctrrat hasTherefotCatarrh Cure rainuueturrd lir K J Cheney A Co Toledo h lstheonly oolllIulloaal lUn on the market It I taken Internal it dowi Irom 10Irops to a teaspoonful It seta teretUy on Iheblood and mucous surfs es ol the tji Im Duet one hundred dollars lot any caw t falls t i cure tend lor drcuUnatid Inlluionlati Address FJCIIENEY4COTeledo0S- old iota 75c llallf Family I1IU sre thu last Special Sale AT THE RACKET STORE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY Ladies Shoes only n few pair left worth as high as 2 go at 49c 25c and 50o Ties go for 15c Ladies and Mens Rubbers goat 15c a pair worth 50c Veiling nil colors at Cc a yard All kinds of Dry Goods at less than cost Mens Shirts and Drawers heavy fleece lined ribbed worth dOe go at 24ca bargain Ladies 25c Vests 15o A Christmas Present Free With Every 50c Purchase The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC ProprietorF- or tale house and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Jlagon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac A NICE BUGGY ROBE Would make a Substantial Christmas Present Examine Our Line Carson Pence Stanford Dealers in Buggies Harness c Swam he wuat + i ea aedttraw I LADIES I t A WORD ABOUT THAT XMAS PRESENT t Dont worry about itcomo to UB This is n mans store and wo arc used to the lobbies of men in regard to wearing apparel Wo have waited upon the majority of men in town and can bo of valuable assistance to you in choosing something appropriate Wo have taken special caro in our purchases for Christmas and have something to satisfy the taste and fit the pocketbook of everybody They lire now open for your inspection Neckwear Mufflers Silk Hand kerchiefs Fancy Suspenders Ladies and Gentlemens Fine Shoes liats Gloves Overcoats Umbrellas Ac Dont delay too long Purchases main now can be hold nnd do livered when orde- redCumminsI tMcClarys I G L CAUIKXTKU 1V G VITlIIms A Well Furnished Home Adds much to Clmstmns Happiness Every thing we sell is designed to make homo more comfortable lend pleasant aff c91tt 9urtore r If you want more Ladies Desks Pictures Chairs ce Remember we are agents for the Gunn Section nl Book Case v Withers Furniture Co BTXNFORD KENTUCKY 500 Xmas Dolls in price 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