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SEMI-WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL.
STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2J). 1899, 9 A. M.
JKWS OF THE VICWAGL
In Clay county 1'lcas Fisher shot and
killed hl lirotlicr, Alex.durlnirnfiiiar.
rel over the Phllpot-OrWIn food.
Sol Dcvoro, n well-known cltlzon o(
Itlohmonil, killed llobcrt Mlllur. a
Negro, who had stopped on lI foot.
K. W. Harris, of Nlcholasvlllo. In
iloail of consiimutlon. Un was tho dem
ocrats nomlneo for representative,
but was forced to resign on account of
J. Lewis Hooker, who married Mis
Olivia White, dauithtcr of Hugh L.
While, of Illchii.ood, committed ml
eldo there Monday night by drinking
carbolic acid. Ho had boon despondent
for some time. tils vrlfo and a dautfh-
tcr, aged 12, survive
Tho Advocate says that Mr. II. r.
1'hllllps, late wholesalo liquor dealer
In Danville, died In Florida, whero bo
had gono for his health. A widow and
threo chlldron survive Mrs. A. L.
Denny, his llrst daughter, and two llt
tlo girls which blessed bin union with
MUs Ilettlo Dillon. Mr Phillips' death
will not only bo a sourco of deep regret
to thoe who havo known liltn since ho
canto to llvo in Danville, but will .Ik3
l,nnl of with sorrow by hi old busi
ness associates and friends In Louls
vlllo, where ho lived beforo coming to
CHURCHES AND PREACHERS.
Kcv A. M. Lambert, of Crab Or
chard. has Just clocd a successful
meeting at Woodbine.
Tho Silver Episcopate jubilee of
Ulthop Thoma U Dudley will Im duly
celebrated Jan. 27. A teacher, Mil
dler and preacher, Bishop Dudley'
record I without Haw.
Itev. Victor W. Dorrl returned lal
week Irom Connorsvlllo. lud , whero
ho had been conduction a terleii of
meeting. Thoro wcro atxiut W ad
ditions to the churcb.-GcorgcUmn
In Cincinnati. :i,W coplo. men.
women and children, sat down to iho
Christmas dinner given by tho Salva
lion Array Monday, at tho barracks at
MO Vino street. Thousands were also
fml In other cities by tho army
Itleh.oi the houtn
John W. Klrby will bo nominated
for assessor by tho republicans In 1101.
Ilti'soll Dllllnu ws sworn In us mag
Istrnla on Tuesduy, O. A. Parker,
superintendent construction Tennessee
Midland, Is hero on a visit.
Your roxrtor takes this mean of
thanking Mr. .1. W. Neshlit, of Pen
nington Oup, Va., for a bit; Ml turkey
received hero on Sunduy last by cx-pre
A W. Dllllnn, one of Crab Orchard's
most accommodating cltlcns, still runs
bis dallv hack between town and depot
In meet all trains. If you go to iliul
iilaco call for him.
i l)r, Monmu Pennington goes to Loti
Isvlllo toutl4nd lectures during ! un
ary Alfred Hryan will move hi store
to the old Welsb store-bonne near Iho
There will bo no Issue of tho Signal
this week. Foreman Franklin Is with
his aged parents near Lexington, with
whom ho has ncer failed to spend
Christinas for many years pint. A
mighty good man.
Dino Poyntcr denies having been
"treed" by a vicious sow after a hot
foot run of It , Wily uis Its so for he
went through tho sumo experience nol
J an hour before and wickedly sent Dave
Into (be same danger. Dave win treed.
Dr John M Williams, who was 11
sueeesful army surgeon with tho U S.
forces In Cuba, the Philippines and Sun
D. Miller, brakeman, Is visiting home
folk. Ilrakeman J. T. Gentry and
Miss Plngwero married Monday. Judgo
J. 11. Fish has moved to tho Crcs prop
erty and H. A. Welsh no occupies tho
house vacated by the clever Judge. J no.
Jonos Is In from Ixino Mountain, Tenn,,
for a vacation. Attornoy Payntor, of
Mtddlcnboro, was hero Friday on legal
business Dr K J. Urown was with us
Friday. He v. IC II. Mahony cama up
Frlduy. Mls O'tlti Ilrown arrived from
Mill Spring a few days since. Dr Will
Childress, it splendid young physician
of Orlando neighborhood, wan hero
Thursday He will oliortly open un
nlllce at llrush Creek Station, Orlando
post-olllce Prof. J. W Urown. better
known bv newspaper readers us "Huck
Viirnon,'' the sago of Level Oreeii, was
mixing with our town imd other people
Frldiy. Ml. Frailer Is hero from
Pittsburg. J A. L.indriim Is sieiidlng
a few duvs with friends at Plttburg.
HAT BJaUillAL MATTERS,
At Cilunmary, Tenn , Kdw.ird Stone,
aged W, and Miss Lucy Wade, .11, were
At IndlanaN)lls, John A. Hoover shot
and family wounded his wife and then
At lltiltlmoro Frank Livingston, n
blind man, choked his one-eyed wile
to death In it lit of je.ilmi.
Ilev F. P. Smith, ol Hoopslon, III ,
and Miss Pearl Dsatheragu were mar
ried near Waco Wednesday.
f.Vi.n..... lll .. ,.., n, ...... I At i'eru, Ind , John l.rccn. a widow-
on Jan. 1st He has a Mattering offer or "' W)' ""', U'' li"8a Vw,n' ,l wlJ
In the Golden Gate City and has It an- w '" '"' wer,s "muia '" -""ny
Alitor Albright Is not only keeping
up tho reputation of the Signal as a lo
cal nowspapor, but Is doing eicn bet
ter; both loal and editorial columns
being chuck full and running over at
the sides. Tho Signal still Ihes und
will continue to be a thorn In tho sldu
of the unrighteous.
Inasmuch as tho cornet band boys
have been to considerable expense,
since their organization, and have done
much pUylng free of charge for various
and diver entertainments and they
mako good music too wo think It would
I hi prner for our citizens to show their
appreciation by getting up, or lending
Presldonl Hen tv
V. t .i.. ..,rL fart .Oilers appreciation ny gelling up, or len
There arc 8U elder at work In Ken
tucky. They hold about two meeting
a week and also do much family visit
Mr C L Gooeh, oungert son of the
Into Wm. Gooch, and Miss Hlla May,
daughter of Mr. Alex lloltzelaw, were
man led Wednesday
Mr. David Williams Dunn, of Paint
LIck, und Miss Ada Hroyles, daughter
of Mr. John hroyles, of Boyle, were
A IC. Singleton, a widower of 27, and
Miss Florence I-'ubanks, 17, wcru mar
rled at the widow Kubanks', near
Hecausu shu refused to marry him
Carl PletTer.(orn, of Cincinnati, shot
and killed Miss Katie O'Neill In Haltl-
ruoro and then shot himself
It G. Uarblson, who used to be In
tho depot here and later at Crab Orch-
Kubanks Hro. bought a load ol
mule of Cyrus Jones andshlptied them
South Thursday. H. L. Hubble and
Capt. T. A. F.lkln are In tho South
with three load of mules. Jack
SHH)iiamoro I back from a short stay
in Indiana. MU Alice Walker I
sending the holidays at homo Irom
school lu Lexington. Chris Gentry
has gone to Now Orleans to sec alter
hi racer and from theru hu says bo
may go "straight up." Oscar McClure,
of Casey county, I visiting his sUlcr,
Mrs. J. iV Hammonds. John F.nglu
mau and Maria Owsley, both of color,
were married at Iancastcr a few cve-nlngs-ago.
Tho holiday huvo gone o
f.r nmt hnn been a very tume time
No drinking and nol oven a dog light,
which speaks well for this community.
Felix Whlw ha gone v.e.1, und as ho
didn't mention tho place of bis destin
ation, It Is thought ho has gone to Den
ver, Col , to join hi brother and sister
ibero. Joo ltlcu Is at home from Toxa.
r1 Cttptmr ni ijtlswvruitVi -istintrit urftsi
tertalnmcnt Then agan tho boys, as mltrrea ul DanviMe to M. Mo,0
a band, could, at other limes, bo enter- , HI)d e(l onco (or Soraereeti
ulned ntthc various residence of our hcro hu u now IoCttled.
progressive citizens. Wo suggest that 0eorgo H. IUut and Miss Hesslo D.
some movo uo maiie in mis direction
Holiday Katks. It faro viu tho
Queen U Crescent Ilouto Deo. 22d to
25th, and Deo. 30th to Jan. 1st. Ticket
oro cood to return Jan. 4th. To points
North of Ohio rlvor return limit Is
Jan 2d. W. C. Klncarson, Gen. Pass
Agt., Cincinnati, O.
Thirty-two miles of snow sheds, cost
ing tU a foot, or a total of $lO,b:il,4IO,
represent tho prlco ono transcootl
nouul railway had to pay boforo It
could run Its train over tho Hoeky
Mouutaln division of It road. That
was merely tho flrt cost; lnco thut
outlay fully 11,000,000 havo boon spant
annually In keeping tho sheds In ro
palr and the oxoscd tracks freu from
flUU KKWAHU flW.
TU. rssJ.r. ul Itab P -Ul I- Vjg ' '
lbt tlier It SI !! "'""",?.".
Ll.n.ll.Sl." 'I ' .ursla tilll su. Md
'"J. "'.""..,.. i h. rJlcK Irsurnlty. Cs-
i i.tirs kuoio Ui " mM-' Irsurnlty. Cs
Sshsi w ittuih UUh lu It. f ursll.s er. bit
lhotlrullunJr.l llollsrs fcif siiyiw
A.lln. V. J.'HKNKV ACO.,T0Mv,n.
hUJ by UrunUu. 71c.
Hill's Vsmllj tills srs tli Ust.
ScHOLAUSMf Fkbk. You may, by
doing a llttlo writing at your homo, se
cure u soholarsblp free In ulther
Draughon'i Praetlcil Duslnes Col
lege Savun nab, Nashville, St. Louis,
Llttlo Uook, Fu Worth, Galveston, or
Bhrqvaport. . Hest patronized In tbo
South. For full particulars addres,
t XMalMusrated Youth aud Age, Nash-'THseVTeon.
: Ulstoi). both of tho Turnersvlllo sec-
Tho fall term of Collegiate Inetltuto ; tun, wero married at Uov. S. M.
closed Friday with appropriate exer-j IUnkln's by that gentleman yestorday
clses. Tho natrons are well pleased ( afternoon. The groom Is a prosperous
with Principal Dr. Kwors, who eamo, farmer and his bride Is the pretty und
hero from Indiana and was shortly nf
lerward followed by a committee, who
used many Inducements In way of high
cr salary, etc., to return to his Hoosler
Held of work, but tho doctor declined
to drop the work ho bad undertaken
here. Our pcoplo will uso i very effort
to Induce him and his excellent family
to remain with us.
J. IC McClary advertises In tho SIl
oal that ho will pay cash for a good do?
that will take hold of a chicken thief
at night. Somebody killed his two
dogs a short time since Dr. Lovell
offers 5 reward for ovcry poultry lifter
shot upon his premises, Yourrcportor
has no trouble with fowl raiders. Ho
has wires laid under ground from hen
houso to residence and a bell In bed
room ring when door Is monkeyed
with. Three dollars covers tho cost of
Installation und 25 cents a year there
alter. It beats watch dogs.
Capt. G. K. Klein, manager of tho
cxtcnslvs plant of tho Ilockcostlo Stone
Co., at Langford, waa In town Friday
At tho iuarrles theru is located ooe of
tho llncst stoao saw mill In ttio State,
which Is kept running day and night.
Tho products goes to New York, nulla-
to, Chicago, Haltlmoru und various
cities throughout the country. In con
nection with other outerprlscs, such as
the Pino Hill mine), whlob aru now
runniug and furnishing as good coal as
thoro Is In tbo mountains, tho railroad
freight terminal (hoped) to be at Liv
ingston, the short coal road from Or
lando up Hrush Creek, which has been
surveyed, tbo luuibor Interests, bettor
roads us tlmo goes on, tho Southern
Hallway to go through tho Western
part of our county the dlstanco of 20
miles, our college and other school
prospering, mora Urao kilns under con
tract to bo built, morequarrlos to open,
lines of quick communication bo ex
tended und many other things too nu
merous to murk down now, wo can not
seo that our county hu room to com
pluln of nol having opportunities for
lis citizens lo make u living.
Mrs. M. C. Miller, ono of Kentucky'
noblest women. Is Improving after u
olgoof sickness W, M. Poyntei'and
wife, JumeF. Grlllln and wife, your
reporter, belter half aud son, Mr
Goorgja Illuo, Mr. Suslo Drown und
Misses FlorollQ and Ottle Urown en
joyed aud ologant Christmas dinner
with Dr. Lawrence and family. It. L.
Joplln was hero from Wllmoro. G. W.
Evans, of Lincoln, l up buro again. Ho
will probably Bod ber thl trip. Johq
accomplished daughter of Mr. Samuel
MUses Lizzie Uaker and Susie
Roach, of Pleasurevllle, ellmbed out of
their windows at midnight, with the
aid of u ladder, und eloped with their
lovers, H G Iloach and Wra Wilhlto,
respectively. They crossed tho Ohio
river, alter u cold ride of many miles,
and were married ul Madison, Ind.
One girl was telling another thut
when she said to the man who was try
Ing to get her to beco.no his wife, thut
she would be u sister to him, he
caught her lu his urms and kissed ber.
"And what did you dor" tbo other
asked. "What could 1 do" was tho re
sponse, "hu claimed that he wus only
exercising u brother's privilege."
J. M. Reynolds, a merchant of Ueo
Lick, was married at 4 o'clock yester
day afternoon to Miss Idu Mulllns, of
Kockcastlu. Tho brldo was visiting at
Mr. Flcm Cummins' neur Prcuchors
llle, whero tho wedding occurred
The groom Is u Hue business man und
his wife Is said to bo very pretty.
Mes.rs, G. B. Sutton und lack Mulllns,
of Hockcuslle, came down with Mr.
Ai(riii.l, lilt Skin Krupllont rub HI. ofjor.
lint ku n's Arnlrt halt ecurw Ihsmj lnMl, Hiiu
utogsnil trtrr.Huri'., l'ln, Hull., IVlom, Corm,
Wtna, Cut., llrulsrs, Hum., bolili, Cti'd
ll.nj, Ckilllaiiiii. IWt Ilia curs on e.r'li,
Prim out I'alna sml AcIim Ouljr ii cti. l.
Curegiuriiilrvd N1! by Psniiy, !rut.-it
Ulbllcal uulhorlty for women Inter
esting themselves In fraternal work
has been thus conclusively shown:
"And all tho women, whoso heart
stirred them up In wisdom, spun goat's
maiiAnirs moil iskjivs
Wm lh rwult of hi. iilciiilil liralth. Intloml.
UM will anil trrui.nilout vuemy srs not found
wberaMuiuuh, Ui. Kldusjs aul lluwrlssra
oulofimier. It'uu snt tbtn umlllls. tod lbs
menu Iber bring, m Dr. kind's bew Ufa I'llla,
Tbey Jtloi ary iierof kraln and body, Only
1 cvutial t'tuuy's l'ng Stun.
HAVING A G1IKAT HUN ON CHAM
IlKHLAlN'rl COUGH UKMEDY.
Msnuger Miriiu, of the I'ierson Drug
Store, Informs us that he Is having a
great ruu on Clmmbetlatu's Cough Kent
edy. He soils live bottles of that medi
cine to one of any other kind, and it gives
great Bstlsfaciluu. In Ibote day of la
gilppe tbtro is nothing like Chamber
latns' Cough lleuiudy to stop tbo cough,
heal up the sure throat and lungs und
glvo rellel within a very short lime. Tho
sales ate growing, sud all who try it art
pleased with its prompt action South
tlilcago Dslly Cslunut. For sale by
Craig it J locker, Druggists.
J I. Hnmllton shipped -"i horses to
Georgia on Tuesday,
Get your tickets at Storrac' for tho
minstrels Saturday night.
Senator Fnrrls nnd Representative
IUy huvo gone to Frankfort to take
their plucrs In the Legislature.
County Clerk J. M. Duncan Issued
seven mora marriago licenses on Wed
nesday, making 13 In less than ono
G S Galncs has purchased of Col
W. S Miller a beautiful In'ton Danville
Avenue for t'M) He will build a hand
Mist .lull t May Gaines entertained
on Tuesday night. A number of our
Odd Fellows went to jour city Tuesday
iiluht und got your lodge to Initiate
several cnndldntes. They nre loud In
their praises of Stanford lodge.
Tho Masonic I od.ro elected tho fol
lowing officers on Wednesday: Louis
Landram, W. M , J Joseph, S. W , J.
H. Robinson, J W , David Ross.Treas.,
H. Klnnnird, Secy , A. T. Anderson, S.
k T., K. M. Walker, S. D , Alex tllsh
op, J. D ond Roy. Ira Partln, chap
Bower ,t Htuby's minstrels have DO
artists nnd everything necessary to
clvo a tlrst class minstrel show, with
plenty of music and an abundance of
fun. They are all white and rank
among the best. At cuurt-hourc, Lan
caster, Saturday night, Dee .'50th. Gen
eral admission 2. nnd fiO eonts. Re
served seat 7i cents at Stormes' drug
Not us an npolojfy, hut by way of ex
planation to thoso who are offended
because their names were published In
connection with court notes, I will say
that I would prefer nol to write tbelr
names, but it is it rule of newspapers
generally to publish everything that U
dono by tho officers of tho law, and It
would be a great lujusttcc to numesomo
and excuse otheri.
Cupl. Thumus Austin ha moved Into
his new residence in the Uaker addi
tion. Rev. J. C. Masseu has moved
Into tho liapllst church parsonage on
Richmond Avenue. R. 10. McUobcrts,
Fred Friable and J. M. Logan will havo
three of tho raosl beautiful stores in
tho country, when they fix up In their
new quarters, in fact M Frleblo ha
already opened his.
Ond great question is nol settled be
fore another must bo discussed. It Is
now a question whether February has
23 or 29 days in 1900 It only bas 23
becauso all centennial years must be
dlvlslolo by 400, instead of 4, to be a
leap vcar. Tbo extra day is given
away for the accumulation of 12 min
ute each year In excess of un exact
Prof. J. II. Patterson bas gone to
Loulsvlllo to attend the State Teach
ers' Association. John II. Riffo and
family, of Hustonvlllc, havo moved
Into Mm. Emma Kauffman's residence.
Mrs. Oseo Huffman, of Louisville, Is
visiting relatives here. Col. Charles
Gallagher is boarding at the Simpson
Hotel, since W. A. lliatt bas moved to
Hon. W. G. Dunlap, of Lexington,
was here on Wednesday. Miss Fannie
Collier will entertain this, Thursday,
oveulng in honor of ber friend, Miss
Christine Bradley. Mrs. U. D. Simp
son und her son, Henry, are in Louis
ville. J. C. Tbompsou and S. C. Den
ny will soon move Into their new and
beautiful residences. Rice Uengegave
a supper on the 27th at the Best Hotel,
Into which bo has moved.
On Jan. 1st, Mis Mary, an accomp
lished daughter of John Anderson, will
bo married to Mr. Frank II. Uacon, of
Louisville. Tho following couples
wero married on Wednesday: Mr. A.
F. Caldwell to Miss Pattlo Todd, Mr.
II. C. Jones, of Oklahoma, to Miss
Maud A. Slier, and Mr. Geo. A. Urown
to Miss Jennlo L. Anderson. Clerk
Duncan say that Mr. Cooper, your
clerk, is not versed lo match making
llko ho Is.
As an amendment to Mr. 12. C. Wal
ton's report of county court, given In
Tuesday's Issue, I report the following
from Judgu Urown's docket In tbo po
lieu court: William Clark wus lined $5
and cost for tiring a pistol; Speuku and
Parks, for a list tight, $2 cucb and cost;
John Fowler and son and Caroy Robin
son, colored, for a shooting affray, con
tinued to Tuesday, and Ueo Arnold,
Uned f2 and cost for breach of tho
peace Messrs J. I. Hamilton und
James Pierce havo tho tuauks of tbo
citizens for tho manner In which they
have discharged tbelr duties.
If our goods give satisfation, tell others; if
not, tell us.
An a New Yearn' Gift
nd Is offering a liantNome lijio of Storm nd Dress Overcoat
TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT
For Cssh. Don t 111 lo ue them Miees also reduced. Shirts. Underwear and
J L. Frohman 6c Co., 'Phone 136, Danville.
200 UP-TO-DATE HORSES. 200.
The only genuine rind wcll-ctiitiMiort suit- of lnnlness nnd pli.'nuio
bursts In Kentucky.
The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten,
Twenty-Third Sale Jan. 30-31, Feb. 1 & 2, 1900
I lioK). utter M'lllng fl.500 lioriM-. rnnpletl with linncit. uprlcht dealing, will widen my
largtt circle of patrnnt. Why do utl Mrl-cl.'t men sell hum? Tlio In'st place no eitrth to
M'll lumcs. the U'st liuyurx, tho licit prlcrs. Tho l.rAST Cot. Almve nil General t;ATis-.Ut-riON.
Write for terms rtnet entry blanks. H. P. TAULCONEIt, Dakvii.le, Ky.
Tu woman who la lonljr In (ace, form aud tio
GrwIUalwarariava friend, butuiis who would
attrulltr mux kwp brr health. If alts la weak,
alctlyantl all run down, aba will t urrtoua and
Irrlwbla. II aha hascou.tlpattunor kldner trou
Lie, raerlm4ir blood will (auto 4uik, blotches
akin eruption and a wrtubad uiiuplaxluu. Uet
irlo lllttcra la lha Iwt wtdlcloa In thu world lo
nnulala ilouiaxb. lle suit kldiMjianJ tourtfjr
the blood. 11 gltw at rung timet, bright eyea.
tuiuotb tritely akin, rich coupl.iluu. It will
uiitf a good'looklui, tharmlug womau of a run
down, lutitlld, Daly SO wiia at t'enuy'a l'ruj
Mrs. Georgia firlghum, a sister of
Mrs. It. W. llrowo, wife of tho manag
ing editor of the Louisville Times,
died in Cleveland, O,
M'Roberts, tf)e Druggist,
Latest Gift Books and New Games,
Sterling Silver Articles, Hand
Painted Dresser Sets, Three to
Seven Pieces, Richly Deco
llated Our I'lsstic Ait Novelties of Ancient and Modern 8cn pttireart
cry Attractive snd Showy.
Ladies' and Gents'
SILK : UMBRELLAS,
White and Colored SiU Handkerchiefs, Fancy Silk Mufflers, Neck
wear in 1'ufTs, Ilows, Strings and Fo.r in Hands.
i MOQUETTE RUGS
l Large and Medium Sizes, Ladles' Traveling
?iftvirft wmsr ia$r ?
n itttv vtii ii irtaX
Genls' Underwear. Bhoes of every description
H. J. M'ROBERTS.
W. A. CARSON,
Is The HecoKilizcd Leader in The Following Articles:
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Vul
can imperial and Avery
Plow Gear, Winter Robes, Whips, Hay, Corn,
By Retail or Car-Loads.
Prices to Suit the Times,
.Don't ForjtetThat I KteiiTlte.,
Finest Billboards in Town.
Stanford Female College,
WILLIAM SHKLTON, Phemubst
After tbo Christmas Holidays the setsidou will be returned on v
MONDAY, JANUARY 1st, 1900.
For sdallou eall ea ,UHS. XANNIK 8. 8.VUFLKV, Uij trlw,