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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1, ,Sr
: MiH3Mt.UK Pbytcw has returned
STANFORD, K.Y.. - Dl'.O. 2g, I899 from a visit tu Mis Leo Uolibltl at
' ' I Mnfl O. T. NMA.MR and son, Ha-
E. 0. Walton, Bubimkmi Manaoeii. cm. of Garrard, are guesf at Mr. W.
Miss Orttik May Ooiujon. of Oak-
TllF. bent material combined with
caro, iklll and ao.eurncy Inauro good
remits. No other methods aro over
used In our prescription work, Penny)
PERSONAL AHD SOCIETY &OSSIP.
iirniM. totho wlfoof James B Hoi
man, a son.
Mil. H. K. WrahkN wan In Lexlnp
ton ihls week.
l)K. W. N. CltAlii has moved hi of
flco to his residence.
MlSSMOU.IBDAUllllKUTY wont to
Mil. B. T. I'KNCK went to Whitley
Wednesday to buy rattle.
Urv. K. H. Maiiony was In Harrows,
burir on business this week.
I)n. Jamish M. Hi.ack, of Knoxyllle,
Is hero with Dr. J. O. Carpsnlor.
Miss Catiikiiink UauUIIMAN gnvo
an cnlertalnraent Tuesday night.
Mil. John Mount, of LaGrange,
vlaltlciif hi uncle, H.J. McHobcrts.
MK88HH. CAIIHKIX OWBNH and a
Kmbry, Jr., aro back from a visit
MlSH MAIIOAIIKT TOUMNSOS,
Lancaster, was tho guesi of Miss Tovls
Mil. and Mils. J. W. Hutchkii havo
Bono to Woodbtno to visit Mr. Hutch
Mlts. It. O. Hah. and Wearen, of
Somerset, aro with Mr. and Mr. Geo.
Piiok. and Mlts. C. M. Hkst, of
Mlllersburc, aro visiting Iter, and
Mr. W. M. Hrltt.
Mil. ANI MllS. JOHN FllANCIH, of
Corbln, wcro registered at tho St.
Die. AN!) Mlts. H. F. MOHIIIH. of
South Park, are visiting her mother,
Mr. Annlo Lasloy.
MllH. W. A.TllIlllH.Kgavo n sump,
tuous dinner Wednesday to a number
of her lady friend.
Mlts. Maiiciik Yastih and Mr. Kit
jah Vantls, of Ml. Sterling, aro visit
Ins Mr. J. A- Ouddcrar
Mil. and Mlts. Tom Mktcai.i' and
family, of Nlcbolasvllle, uro visiting
Mr. T. J. Foster and wile.
On. It. Goi.n-nr.iN will bo at the
s A.mih Jan. 3d. to lit spectacle for
all who may dcslro them
Miss Mauy IlL'dliKS, of McKlnncv,
Is tho truest of ber slter, Mrs. Hans
ford, Sr. Somerset 1'aragon.
Mlts. W. Cakhoij. Shanks and son,
Hartwoll.aro In Islington with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Morelnnd.
Mil. T. F Sl'INIf has rented Mrs.
Annlo Lualey's cottago on Lower Main
Street and will tucu Hiosslon Mon
day. Mil. B. C Walton took his llttlo
daughter, Lucy Lee, on a trip ,to Lou.
Isvllle, asono of her many Christmas
Mil. I VON W. Fish Is enjoying a visit
with Crab Orchard friend, whllo Mr.
Cozatt holds hi place down at How
land. nit. W. S. Hr...LKY and family, of
Lancaster, passed through to Crab Or
chard Wednesday to visit his parents,
Mr and Mrs, W. A Heaziey.
JOSH JONIM returned Wednesday
from a month' travo through tho
West and Southwest, durlnir which
tune ho visited his brother, John, at
St. Joseph, Mo
It L. COLLIKU of, Crab Orchard, has
moved to Mr. F. Hold's, whero ho will
havo charge of his farm. W. W. Hnys
has moved back to his homo place
uad James Mcsser to thu William HInys
(ION. J. It. MOUNT, of La Grange,
....n.ln-luw of Mr. J. M Mcltoberts, Is
making a rattling good race for asulsl
..ni nlnrk of tho Lower Houso of tho
General Assembly, and Is pretty cor
tuln to gel there.
MissksKatkand I'attib Alcoun
had 10 of their young lady friend to
spend tho night with them Tuesday,
and ubout tho sumu number of young
men calling during tho evening, ull
had a pleasant tlmo.
Mlt. AND Mits. W. II. Unubiiwoou
wont to Lexlngtou to attend tho marrl
ugoof Mis Nellie Grllllu to Mr. Young.
Miss Grilllq will bu remombercd hero
us having taken u notable part In un
THOSK of our young peoplu who
wcro lortunuto to receive Invitations
uro looking forward with much pleas
v uro to tho masquerade party to bo glvon
ut Hustonvlllo Monday ovonlng next by
Misses Wheeler uod Worthlngton in
Mlt. O. It. Maiischall, who was In
business hero u long tlmo, and who Is
now superintendent of agencies for tho
I'nlted State Mutual Investment Co.,
1 Luxlncton, was
G, OH 70 acres of land for sale. Ap
ply to I). W. Vandnvcer.
HOMAN candlos, Qro crackers and
torcdocs at F. I). Hallou's
It Is clear this morning
mercury bolow 10 at (1 A. M.
Foil ItKNT. Itoom over Cralg
Hockcr's store. W. II. Hlgglns. '
land, Mis , I with her aunt, Mrs. II.
MllS. I'.MIlllY IlKAZt.KY gave a do-
lighilul dining to a number of her
Miss PKAUL WitimiT and brother,
Hluford, of Klloy, aro visiting tholr
cousins, tho Mlssu Wren.
Mlts. Jambs P, Giiay and family left
this week for Flomaton, Ala , 'whero
her husband Is agent for tho L. A N
Go to Dal ton for good watch work.
Wiiitb itar coffee at O. II Farrls t
l'll'.K crackers that will jar the town
at F. n Hallou's.
ANSWKHS aro fast coming In to our
llgurc puzzle, but no one ha yet struck
ItBAI) Geo. II. Farrls Si Co's. Whlto
Star Coffee "ad" nnd buy a pound of
that splendid coffco.
Hk fixed for tho blizzard by hnvlng
yourcoalput In now. J. II. Haugh-
tnan Si Co.
FitKSH stock of oranges, bananas,
plain nnd fancy candles at Hlgglos Si
Foil SaI.K. 11 Lincoln county bonds
of .i00 each. Apply at First National
JANUAUY 1ST is at hand and your
account Is ready for you. l'lcaeo ca'.l
and settle. H, C. Huplov.
We arc headquarters for ull kinds of
feed: hay, corn, oats, millet, straw,
shlpstufT, Ac. J. II. Haughman A Co.
Is order to reduce our stock, will
sell hay at a very closo prlco for tbo
next few weeks. J. II Haughman A
TlIB young people havo bad a gay
tlmo coasting the last few nights, not
withstanding tho fact It has been very
Foil Uknt. House with soven rooms.
Apply to Mrs. Kato P. Miller.
" s s
Youit uccount Is ready. Please come
ana settle, Ilcszlay Hros.
Tlinjoung people of Hustonrllloen
joyed a delightful hop In Mr W. O.
Greening's now lesldenco last night.
ON account of the advance In every
thing, I will beginning Jan. I, I00O,
chargo Xt cents for single feeds and 2.1
cents for hays. No hitches on public
das on account of lackof room. I. M.
RitAOY A TBltllY'H bntchor shoj will
always be found well supplied with tho
choicest meats of all kinds.
Hratino stovo scaon Is rapidly
pinning. Come and sea us for bottom
prices. Hlgglns A McKlnncy.
New comb, fancy ckctbooks, fan
cy work both in Hattcnburg and em
broidery ut Mrs. Kato Dudderar's.
Foil IlBNT One of tho storerooms
occupied by Severance A Sons. Apply
nt this ofllco or to Mrs. M. J. Miller."
IIIIOOMS aro booming now. Taey
havo advanced over 100 per cent, on
account of tho combine and scarcity of
Al.L perrons Indebted to my wlfo
will ie:iMo rail at tho First Natlonul
Hank, Saturduy, .'10th, and settle. A.
TllB'Severanccs aro moving to tho
store-room that Dr. Owsley has titled
up for them In every particular ns they
desired, making It tho most dcslrablo
room In town.
Matt S. Cohen, of Itlchmond, hold
thu lucky number that drew tho big
doll at Craig A Hockcr's so Dr. J. W
Hryant tells us. No. I or tbo nearest
to It was to gettho prize and Mr. Cohen
had No 1. They sold 2:.2 tickets for It.
In afcud flghtln Clay county, Bll
Holing wus shot and killed. Dove Ho
ling was wounded. It Is reported that
Picas Fisher, who killed his brother
Alex, Is belngj hunted down by the
PhllNit faction and will bo shot rn
Mote Mulllns Is under arrest at Itlch
mond, charged wlih being Implicated
In tho death of Itobcrl Tevls, another
Negro, by the cars.
Ilev. Andrew Johnson has returned
from Franklin, Tcnn., whero bo tells
us he held a glorious meeting.
THE "swearing off" tlmo is almost at
hand and many a new leaf will bo
turned over beforo our next Issue. May
all good resolutions bo kepi.
("N account of tho advance In feed
wit will churgo Xa for single feeds and
in- for hays, beginning Jun. 1, 1000.
liuuzloy Hros., liverymen.
THE stock of millinery bought of
Mrs. McKlnney will bo disposed of at
cost to clear out entirely for Spring
stock. Miss Annlo Phillips.
FlitB. Dr. Collcy's home in Nccd
moro burned about noon yesterday
with most of its content. It is thought
that his children who wore playing In
a cloet accidentally started the blaze.
Wfyite Star Coffee.
GEO. H. FARRIS & CO.
PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE
The Mcholiitllle Ivniocrit, wrrklr, on rj
ttrm. I'aprr li piyloK nlt-e ilitl.lrml mil hai a
IPxl clrculilloii among the mt trapl. Three
l,rrw, a Washington llaml l'rrna, a Unlferaal
(on which TIIK HhMOCIIAT Is now frlntcl) -and
a (lon)on Joblvr. Ahutidinre of nrwa and Joh
tyi, 4 Imixalns; atonm, V) ntwi andjoli rasm, 2
raliincta. rack.. rha. gall-., lurniturv and
Mrr'thlnn nmlnl In a tint-flatt utTuv. H-w go.
i.lln--neln-. I'ajier lidnlngagoid Imalnnw. Only
rrawc lor nrlllnE i the fm lhat the owner lco.
loglntoother lulnM, Adlrr,
W. It. IIAItltIS, Mcholairllle, Kj.
M. Giicr.N Mt'ru'iir,
M. J. Mt'lil'liv.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
FtoikI Cln ii nil Cull I.nrolHT. -ultalilo
iir.lliirn ami 1'arin me. Adclretx,
Jiritl'HY .t. Ml'Itl'lIV. I.UMHrnwEN.
To-Sra KlnRHillle. Ky.
"I AM a Lincoln county man and I
(hull call Stanford my home oven If I
am going In business In Danville,"
said Jcsso Lynn the other day. "You
can cxuct me on hand ubout election
times," ha further added.
Sai.B W. C. Greening has hold to
Mrs. Hettlo Carpenter, of Covlnglon(
tho building at Hustonvlllo occupied
by Mr. C. W. Adams, tho druggist, for
ll.iW. Ho bought It less than a month
ago for $1,100. Mr. Adams will con
tinue to occury it.
Lost Monky. Mr, 11. C. Hnglcman,
Sr , Is not enjoying Christmas because
ho lost his tockct book containing a
(20 gold piece, two S10 bills, a $." bill
and Jl.i'i In silver. Ho says ho Is
willing to divide with tho Under or
glvo him a morn liberal trade than
Ihul, If it I necessary.
TllAVBL on this division of the L. A
N. hus been exceedingly heavy during;
tho holidays. A train left LouUvlllo
tho other day with eight crowded
coaches which wcro dropped along the
lino as tho crowd got off. Four well
tilled coaches go Into LouUvlllo dally,
whllo tho night express carries utmost
WoiiTHY Act. J. S Wells made
many llttlo hearts happy ut the School
for tho Deaf Christinas morning. Many
of tho pupils get boxes from homo
Christmas, but many others do not. For
thoeo who did not Mr. Wells very gen
erously sent down over 100 articles In
gift und toy books, gumes. etc. Such
thoughtfulncss Is rure Indeed, Dan
TUB promptest paying man in town
Is Dr. A. S. Price. Ho Is ulway In
several days beforo tho six months Is
out to cuttle and It seems to do him us
much good to pay u bill us to collect
ono. Wo hopo his patron will cmulato
his good uxumpio and puy him as
promptly for his oxcullent dental work
us ho pays those he owes,
Ah a matter of course when there Is
a break In tho electric lights, It hap
pens on tho night tout something Is
going on ut thu Opera House, und it
Is no small matuir to get It lighted up
especially whoa no uollco Is given to
propuro for It. Tho jrero no lights
Wednesday night asrtho managers of
tho Opuru House wcro put to untold
over Wednesday! I lrou.ula ft"d 10XM)DB0 l0 lh U,Q haM'
tUK IUI -UU UUOV.U.
Tub Pinnaolk GoNK.r-Tho celo
bruled Pinnacle rock, which overhung
Cumberland Gap and was u noted nat
ural spectacle, fell from It lofty height
Going from horo tho last lima do was
thrown out of hi buggy and severely
hurt, conllnlng him for III days.
HON. W.G DUNLAP, of Lexington,
, huro Tuesday eu routo to Lancas
ter and paid us a pleasant call. Though Tuctday morning. Tho town was
ho has loog aluca reformed and now awakened as If by un earthquuko us tho
practises law exclusively, when ho Is Immonso mass, weighing hundred of
not engaged In political maltors, he loo, cumo tumbling down. Tho course
. ..in h a fondness for a printing of- of tho rock was from tho town und no
V tlco and tho fraternity regard hlra al
roost as ono of thorn.
TllUHB has scarcely been a drummer
In town this week and the hotels havo
bad a nulet time. It's an 111 wind that
blows nobody good, however; thi mer
chants have not been annoyed with tho
SlNCBCapt. It. D. McGruw resigned
as muster of trains on the C. S., there
has hardly been a connection at June
tlon City, thus throwing mall matter 18
hours behind. There was a miss at
noon yesterday aUsual.
It has been tho qulctct, coldest
Christmas week for many years. No
green Christmas with u fat grave yard
can haunt tho superstitious this time,
as several snows have fallen and lay
three Inches deep, unmelted on the
TUB swcllcsl wedding that has tuken
place in colored circles for some time
wus that Tuesday nlghtof Frank Stepp,
of Versailles, to Miss Floreuce Cook,
duughtcr of William Cook, at tho Hap
tlstenurch. Itev. G. V. Uolllng per
formed tho ceremony.
ItKV. It. H. Maiiony Is doing pretty
well for Christmas times. Since Mon
day ho has written iiolicles In tho Mu
tual Hcnetlt Ltfo Insurance Co, cf
Newatk, N. J., for 811,000 und ha9 scv-
oral more thousand on tho string. Hy
tho way, Mr. Muhony's nccoptance of
tho pastorship of tho Perryvllle church
will not neccssltato his romoval from
Stanford, whero ho will continue to
keep his Insurance olllco.
Gor.HBi.. Mr. W. G. Hollund, of
Corbln, "u thoroughbred, dyed-ln Ihe
ool, life-long democrat," wunts to
know our honest opinion as to tho re
sult of the contest. vVe do not mind
telling Mr. Hollund In strlctoat confi
dence that Gocbel Is as suro to win ns
God made llttlo apples Ho is tho le
gally elected governor and would win
out beforo any fulr tribunal on uny ono
of tho many grounds given In the com
mittees' address in our last Issue.
- m -
Tin: livery men's ussoclutlon, com
ppscd of livery firms of Stanford, Dan
ville, Lancaster und Hurrodsburg, met
ut Lancaster yesterday uud decided to
let tho rubber tiro buggies go on uc
count of tho big oxponso In keeping
them in repulr. This useoclutlon Is
formed for tho purK)oo of taking caro
of horses and rigs and especially lo
prevent cruelty to horses, each llvory
man watching after tho others' prop
erty when ho has tho oportunIty.
DANCB. Tho following young gen
tlemen gave a most enjoyable dauco ut
tho Opcru llousu Wednesday night.
Messrs. Gcorgo A, Mcltoberts, Juck
Itout, Ashley C. Llllurd, Itobt. Hruce,
Arthur Hill. L. L. Doty, T. II. und
John II. Shanks und Gcorgo H. Kills.
Tho night wus u very bad one, prevent
ing thoso from Danville, Lancaster und
Huslonvlle,who had Intended to come,
from doing so, but tho number present
was sufllclcDt for an extraordinarily
good tlmo and tho prot ty girls wcra near
ly danced to dcutb. Among thoso who
wcro thoro wero Misses Sue and Annlo
Hello Woods, Annlo Hronuugh Kngle
mun, Annlo Kvans Bright, Pearl Burn
side, Mattlo Hays Ow.loy, Mary Bruce,
Kuto Alcoru, TevUCarpontor, Murgar-
J. X. SUTTON.
Wo hMi to Mute for tlic benefit of nny
and nil jer.ons desiring to pnrclino
goods for the Holidays tlint w will fur
nisli nny thing handled by Jewelers at
reduced prices. Our plan is to receive
orders nccoinpaiHtd by Cash for
Diamonds, Watcnes flnfl Fine Mocks,
Salid and Plnted Ware of any make or
pattern, Toilet Articles, Cut Glass Ware,
Ac, at such prices ns will make it an ol-
ject to patronize ns. Catalogues can he
wen and prices learned hy applying to
ROBERT FEN Z EL,
At the Store of THOMAS WALTON.
This is Special and will Save You Money. ,
Ofleri hliKTtlrra to the people of Weal LltcoU
andCaaercounUea. lullauxk of CotBniand Caik.
V. 8. Carpenter. Manager. t
OPTIONS ON FARMS
t would like to take options on pood (arms
In Lincoln uouniy. l-or tr-ms unu parucu
lurs -.ddresa WM. LAN 1)0 HAI'.
It KrlRcr. Ky.
Hoys, this Is the lime you want lo be ready lo wade right in and havo a good
time. You simply can't do it in Hie old Suit, tho old Shoes, Sliirls and Tics. Yon
would imagine ever) body was looking nt you and it would spoil your fun. If you
will wear one of our
Fred Kaufmann's Made to Order
It will be so supremely slyiisli and so comfortable and easy-to-wcar that you will
forget all about your perhon.il appearance and go right in to win. You never found
more correctly built Shoes than our
Patent Leather and Enamelled Shoes for Ev
ening and Street Wear.
Great Clearing sale
Now ptloxun al the
Clothing, lion!". Hiurs,
ind (,4-m' KurnUMne;
i;o.l, lor ! lliau tin lfutv. Now la your
lluieliiui.jr jflurM-lraml lainlljr win.
Von i-an I.ut lrjr (,oudt
lata and uaia, i.uiph
WINTER : GARMENTS
Knr !e lunne- than ever Wfurt. Cuiue one, ivme
all and ta.e lbeadtautK wlille lliia ureal aale Is
Kolnir an at the IU lei Store. You mill uerer pet
inch an oi'Mnluiiitr lo liujr kikxI a lieap you
ran liu niw
for grval IUrg.i'
TbeChrapeat btoie III Hie Onmlrr. fit
iwk L SM $.
Our Ties and Shirt3 aro all made to-order and selected with great care.
share of your patronage and wo guarantee to take care of you.
Give us a
JOHN P. JONES. Stanford.
Come And See Us.
j We will be In our new More opposite Court House
MONDAY, JAN. 1, 1900.
We take this opportunity of thanking those who have patronized us
in the past, as this year, lb!!, has been tho most successful year of
We Sold More Goods in 1899 than
any year since we have been
Wo will keep a lirst-clois line of Dry Goods, Notion', Ladies' and
Genl's Furnishings nnd Shoes having Mild the Clothing to Cummins
SEVERANCE & SONS.
Opposite Court-hmiie after Jan lt, 11)00
lives have bcon reported lost, though ot Tomllnson, l'ermellu Smith and
considerable prop"-lv was destroyed. Ophelia Lackey.
Thm Tin Commm
to every elderly woman when an im-
no runt junctional cnange taiceapiace.
This Is called "The Change ol Life."
Thecntlresystem undergoes n change.
Dreadful diseases such as cancer and
consumption ore often contracted at
strengthens and purifies the entire
system, and brings the sufferer safely
over these pitfalls. Its effects have
been wonderful It is good for all
menstrual troubles, but is especially
recommended at this time. Ask
Sur druggist for the famous Wine of
rdul. fi.oo a bottle.
Tor advice ia cases requiring special
directions, address the "Ladies' Ad
vlsory Department," The Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., t Chattanooga,
THOHAS J. COOPKK, Tupelo, Idas
Sara 1 "Mr alater auflerfd from Irrairular aaS
painful maaatruatloo ana oocloit, couia 1
Mtu.. Kr. Win, of Cmrdul eutlrale cu
her, and alao balpsd mr neUwr Uuauli Ux
THE FOX ART GALLERY,
This is now the most up-to-date Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been re
cently equipped with the marvelous Anastiguiat Ixuises; thu new discovery lit optical
scienco I wieh to aay to the Ladles that
THESE LENSES FLATTER.
Jubt received a large dock of the very
katest Designs x) jouldigs
Patterns never hold In this locality beforo have to bu tccu to bo appreciated. Kult
abiu for f raining from the aluiplest photograph to the mot elaborate paintings.
Among tho lot is tho New French "Fleur.De-l.is" moulding specially fur suitable
delicatu pictures, Kmhroidered Mais, v rench Water Odors, and all 1 IcturrH that re
ipiiro a dainty frame.
will Have you money.
When in 1'aiiville, call and see us and get cur prices. We
I1U Third Street Opiojilo I'osl Olllco, Danville, Ky.
A.C.S1HB, I STANFORD, KY.,