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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL
IIVOL XXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2 1900 9 A1t1 NO88I
IAN ASTER
Mr fi U Henry report forty liutlnlt
In Lancaster cumolury during 1800
which IB u few more than In ISS
If thin zoo weather continues wo will
not build our Ice factory R6 It IH cheap
cr to nnko It the oldfaiihlqocd way
A phantom or moro properly uehoit
party was given nl tho Slmpton House
on Thursday night when canultm fun
and enjoyment wore tho ardor of the
Droning County Clerk Duncan turned 121 mar
rlojro UCODRUB In kW Thin fad and
the coming of the railroad IB aura to
i swell our imputation considerably dur
Inc 1000 How does this compare with
Mr Cooper work
Bower Hurbva minstrel gave a
highly Grcdltahla performance nl the
courthouse on Saturday night which
was witnessed by an appreciative uu
dlenco which was not largo on account
of tho Inclement weather
I Manager FUsiiiRor has engaged Un
clo Josh Spruuehy to appear ut the
IIclo louse on Jan It Tho company
li In high repute carries lu own Ice
seeM
II nery nod effect hall a brass band and I
operatlo orchestra Tickets ut popular
price ut Slormes drug store
4prlcce
Capt W J and A bL Klnnatrd of
f MlUdletboro were hero hut week J
C Robinson has gone to Frankfort to
serve on the Federal jury J U Iloh
Inson hall not been wull for several
days Hid George Gowun has return
l ed from Guntomvlllc Ala whore ho
had a good meeting lion 11 II Tout
llnson and Mr William Jones wont to
Lexington last week on business
1 Tbo figure puzzle published In the
INTKKIOR JOUllSAL last week has
caused many combinations to be made
and while It can not bo worked by Ara
bic characters In which It was given
If the roman letter are admUslblo In
the solution Letcher Owsloy claim
the prize lie adds V Val and IX
tbo um of which In SI ndlo claims
that six of tho numbers are used Is
ibis correct
t No sir The puzzle can bo worked
with tho figures given
p Iwith ones say that tho extension
M of tho Souuicra railroad will certainly
run through this city Our people lul
ll
ly realize the bcnetlta to bo derived
from the road and thoy aro pulling to
gather to make U a certainty There
1are no vacant houses und Iota arc being
bought upon which residences will bo
built This will bo tho end of n divis
Ion and properly will become mora val
uable Come and lot mu cell you a
i home
The Maccabees of Paint Lluk gave a
banquet on Friday night which was
nlghlv enjoyable Sir Knight M F
Klkln of your city L L Walker E
W Norris J Joseph and T E Klkln
k of Lancaster tent wont up to get a
square meal and they say that they
were novel moro royalty treated I
regret that I was unable to attend I
am proud of that tent because It Is
named for mo and It Is made up of fcome
of the best material In the Sato
Tho republicans who claim to bo
I mac u Into and free from the api > caranco
of fraud are attempting to appoint oleo
I tlon commissioners to Oil vacancies In
the fuco of tho provisions of a law
which has been declared constitutional
by tbo highest court In tho State and
which provides that thoy shall bo ap
t ixnntcd in u different manner Gov
t Taylor should at least realize tbo fact
that ho executes the law while the
courts define It and that ho la subject
to lu provisions individually and oft
i clally the eamo M tho most obscure
citizen of the Commonwealth is
Rev II N Faulconer has gono to
Wilmington Ohio to conduct a pro
tracted meeting Mr F B Flssinger
has moved his family Into the new ho
tel which Is nearing completion and
which ho will open in a ebort time
Sheriff Sanders has moved to the Swee
nay property on Danville avenue W
r McC Jphneton will noon moo to hIs
new handsome real unco on tho Dan
villa road J W Sweeney bought of
Rev II N Faulconor a lot on Water
street for MOO Ho will build n rest
dance W I Williams has moved In
the Doorca property J B Jennings
Is now traveling salesman for a Knox
r vlllo dry goods house A T Anderson
has moved on Campbell street II C
Is Hamilton and J U Simpson have
moved on Richmond street J 0
Thompson will soon move Into his new
residence In forming our ccw resolutions for
the Incoming year let tho principal
I ono be to firmly resolve that wo will bo
charitable not only in giving to those
who aro helpless but In our language
in reference to others The vilest
thing in tho world is the tongue of
slander It is worse than tho dagger
of the midnight assassin und destroys
moro homes and produces moro sorrow
Mon aro mistaken when they conceive
the thought that they aro good and all
others aro wicked Cultivate the splr
it of good Help to bear your neigh
tiers burdens and restore your brother
r when ho Is overtaken in a fault RO1
1member that It Is not the past but the I
1
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REV R B MAHONY
Rev Richard D Mohony wa burn In
Clarendon county S C Mar 12 J8Ji
le no alumnus of Furman University
and after n courso In tho Seminary was
ordulned at MlUdleburg Ky In the
spring of 1882 Ho ban served as tMnior
Mlller burg 11011 Newport churches In
Kentucky und Columbia church
Tennessee Ho now resides at Stanford
and preaches to strong und ulllulunt
churches near that plaoo He come
from ono of the ohltMIL South Cdrollna
families His father began enrly In Ufa
to servo as pastor ofit church In that
Stalo and continued as pastor without
Interruption until ho died rife with
years The church burled his body
just back of lu pulpit Kapilii Argos
Mr Mabony has tilled sumo of the
best pastorate In Kentucky and ex
edit for falling health ho would now
bo antlroly In tho service lIe Is u
most Indefatigable worker and has
present acts and Intentions that deter
mine tho true character of u man fet
us hunt the stars Instead of the spot I
of darkness on tbo sun Give what you I
can epjtro to tho unfortunate speak I
llwords of cheer und good will Instead
of unkind words during the year and
they will servo as no many rotes to
cheer you on In tho rugged path of
life I am golnf to try It join inn and
report tbo result
I
MATRIMONIAL MATTERS
When she found her lover was un
faithful pretty Flotwlo Wcuron of
Xcnla 0 cut a bolo In the Ice crawl
ed under and drowned herself
Miss Sue Mays a pupil In the JOfina
mine Female College went to her
homo In Mayfield to spend tho Christ
tufts holidays and married John New
man after throe days acquclntance
Rov W S Grlnstcad sends us word
tbut ho united In marriage lust week
llov J M Matthews who used to
preach at various paints In this section
and Mss Nannle Houtchens of Chap
ChuJlfIilo
fainWalter
Walter Lcdyard of Chicago was
married this week for his ninth time
Four of his wives aro dead and four aro
divorced This thou hu married u
widow who bad been married three
times before and has three sets of chil
dren
drenMrs
Mrs Jano Wlnn Faulkner daughter
of tho U S Senator was married at
tot
Win White of Nashville Miss Awe
lia Pearson of Harrotlsburg was one
of tho bridesmaids Tho bride who is
a very handsome lady visited the
Misses Alcorn hero several years ago
As ti matrimonial resort Jefferson
vlllo will have to look to her laurels
St Joseph Web Is becoming noted
as tho Grctna Green of the Northwest
Tho record was broken last Sunday by
tbo murrlago of 42 couples most of the
matrimonial tll hailing from Chicago
Ono preacher carried 11 couples in ono
hourIn
In the parlors of tbo Phoenix Hotel
at 030 oclock Saturday afternoon M till
Emma T Duster the attractive daugh
tel of Mr N I Duster of Mercer
county and Dr J H KoDurdt for
merly of Dnnvllls but now practicing
at Clarksburg W Va were married
by Rev I J Silencer of Central Chris
tian church The ceremony was wit
nessed by Miss Kusabla Bollards sis
ter of tbo groom Mies Susan Holes
of Boyle county Mcoars Robert Ro
nards brother of the groom and J R
and G A McRobcrls of Danvillu It
was not un elopement but will como In
tho naturo of a surprise to the parent
of Dr RoDards Loxington Press
Dr RoDards practiced medicine ut
McKlpcoy for some time whore ho
made many friends who wish him and
his all tho happiness that u real union
of loving hearts can bring
The Covenant Mutual Life Associa
Lion of Galcsburg 1IIhali been amal
gamated with the Northwestern Life
Assurance Co of Chicago transfer
ring 28000 members whose policies
aggregate 815000000
built up an Insurance business of much
value Four of tho best companies arc
represented by Mm and within tbo
last 10 days ho has written 10000 In
lIfo und dono about as well In lire In
surance While attending the South
ern Theological Seminary Mr Mahnny
met and loved Miss Salllo Penny cr
Stanford who listened with favor to
his butt und they wore marrioJ Oct 14
IdSI Four children have been born to
them two IIf whom died In early In
fancy Tho other two are bright and
wiuiHly and promise to bo of great
comfort 10 their purenU Mr and
Mm Mahony live lu u pnitty and cozy
uotWLooo Djnvlllo Avcnui whence
they dispense the hospitality of u hap
pv homo und enjoy the lure and re
spect or everybody
Mr Mnhony has recently accepted a
flaitorliir call io preach hf tbo Perry
vlle church DOOM u month on the id
Sundays
SuollaDanlellford
Daniel Ford who for 40 years and
moro hud boon the publisher principal
owner and vdltorlnchlef of tho
Youths Companion died a few days
ago leaving an estate valued at 2500
U0l 77000 of which he Haves direct
to ahui liable and religious Institutions
Conditional irifw to such Institutions
are also made of over half u million
The entire Youths Companion plant
WIth curtain 11 estate Is left to the
executors to be administered for the
benefit of the Baptist Social union
Mr Ford was u modest man his name
not appearing at all in connection with
the paper In fact it was published by
Perry Million fc Co an invented llrm
name used to avoid a confusion of ac
counts Ho was charitable in Ibo high
est way though his beneficence wore
but nuldom known by the world at
purge i
On the llth of December we publish
od the following which boa created
much interest among our patrons
cores of answers having been received
from all over thd Suite If tho correct
answer bus been received yet wo dont
know It so try your hand Happy
Jack Mlllur says ho sat up nearly ull
ono night trying to work it
1 1 1
a i a
5 6 C
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II U U
Add six figures from Iho above to
count 21 The Bret correct answer
guts the INTKHIOU JoUHNAL tbreo
months HAVING A UllKAT RUN ON CHAM
IlKULAINS COUGH KEMEDY
Msnagvr Marlin of tho Pierson Drug
Store informs us that he is having a
great run on Chnmbelains Cough Rem
edy lie sells live bottles of that medl
cine to ono of any other kind and It grca
great satisfaction In thcte days of U
gilppo there la nothing like Chamber
lalrms Cough Remedy to btop tho cough
heal up the sore throat ami lungs and
give relief within a very short time The
sales arc growing and all who try it aro
pleased with its prompt action South
Cliiuigo Daily Calumet For sale by
i Craig It Hockcr Druggists
I Vast numbers of flowers aro gathered
for perfumery purposes It Is estimated
that each year 1800 tons of orange
lowers arc used besides 030 tons of
roses 150 tons each of violets and jas
mine 75 ton of luberoscs 30 tons of
cassle und 15 tons of jonquils
John L Sullivans account of bow he
blow I u 1000000 forcibly recalls the
old udugi about the purling of curtain
classes of people and their wealth
If nil the money in the world were
divided equally iinotiff the people each
person would get about 30
There are today 40000 Negro stu
dent to tbo higher educational Insti
tutions athis country
BISHABK3 IHOII IIEUVE
WiittieiroultofLU splendid health Indoml
table lllni > l iruuoJous enemy Al not fund
wbcr bl < mncli Liver Kldnejt and 1I0wel are
out olorder Ift u want Chttlol qiilltiw and the
iucwMtla bring ol > r Ring a New Life ill i
They develop every poxet AT hr 1n and lady Only
25 wnii at lonI1 Drug Stow
r
I NEWS OF THE VICINAGE
James Lantor of VVililumsburg died
from an overdose of laudanum
Mrs W C Carroll wifo of tho Lob
anon jeweler died of meningitis
William Herring bought In this and
Doylo counties a bunch of heifers ut
31cCashier
Cashier W H Carrier of the Corbin
Dank boa run acoss several 1 bills
that have been rained to fives
A postolllco has been entubllgbud ut
MatheyE
E Denny appointed postmaster
All ExPotmastcr T N Edwards
affects at Luwrencoburg only brought
100 when told under the hammer
The P H Journal says It Is rumored
that the train dispatchers ofllce will
bo moved from Somerset to Oukdale
A little onof Cobb Dcrry accident
ally shot little Elijah Purxlful ut Pine
vllle from tho effects of which ho died
JuUgo F R Felaml of Lawriocc
burg who went to Wyoming to eco
after tho estate of John Stare brougbt
buck 5500 to the heirs
Miss Ltzzlo Mear munugcrs the Wil
Humsburg Roller Mills und Miss Mol
lie Murphy of Lexington runs a
wholesale pork packing cstubllehmcnt
General Manager W J Murphy of
tbo Cincinnati Southern railway has
distributed 320 umonir the truck men
an premiums for having the best ece
tlon of track
Mrs Cox wife of Vun Cox u Wuyno
byher
her clothing catch log on fire Sarah
Lcavls u domestic was probably fatal
ly burned In the same way
Judge Wm Catron of Somerset
tried to quiet his little child by giving i
It his 8125 gold watch The little onu
played with It for awbllo and then dash
ed It to pieces against the headboard of
u bed
bodSol
Sol Devote 8n of Supt William Des
vore of ibo Richmond Transfer Co
who killed John Miller colored waiv
ed examination before County Judge
Million and was held over to ibo grand
jury In bond of 2000
Miss Mary Juno Turner of Middle
boro has sued the Cincinnati Post its
correspondent und agent at her town
for 1095 Sho charges scandalous and I
libelous articles connecting bar with
the Sampson wife murder case
Charles Yocum while loading a shot
gun at his residence In Mercer seep
BcclI
I dentally shot and killed his wife Yo
II cum Is almost distracted over the sad
occurrence Mrs Yocum was 32 years
of ago and leaves three small children
Columbia is a bidder for the new
training school to to established by tbo
Loulsvlllo conference of tho M E
Church South The commltteo met
there last week und was much pleased
with the IdeatIon
The post o Uco department has order
ed the location of the Harrodsburg
poet OO1co changed toa moro central
part of town but Mlss Ovlo Smedloy
who owns tho building wherein tbo
pootolllce Is now situated is endfbuvor
log to have tho order rescinded
Mrs Samuel Dfuckon and four yea r
old daughter Mary narrowly escaped
being burned to death at Nicholas
vllle The childs dress caught fire
und Mrs Itruckco In attempting to ox
anguish the Humes was severely burn
ed Sho Is In a precarious condition
and so Ip the child
At Tho Colony In Laurel a general
tight occurred In which several shots
were fired and John Dull and Wile
Strong were both probably fatally
wounded Wils Strong is alleged to
have fired tho shot that struck Ball
and a moment later Strong was shot
through the thigh and body by others
who ware participating in tbo fight
I no RIGHT TO UGLINESS
The woman who It lovely In fore form and tern
reI will ilwari hate friend but one who would
latlractlTn must keep her health If the li weak 1
lIck I and all run down abe will be nervous and
I Irritable H the has constipation or kidney trou
ble her Impure blood will came ptmplea b10trbfG
skin eruption and a wretched complexion tlre
trio llltien Is the lest medicine In the world to
regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify
the blood It gyres strong nertM bright eyes
smooth nhely Ikln rich complexion It wily
make a goodlooking charming woman of a run
Drugstore
storeIn
In remitting for his paper for tbo
27th year M G Cash writes from his
Texas homoIII thought your paper
cheap at 2 but at l I know it Is the
cheapest paper I read Long may it
live and advocate tho same sound dem
ocratic doctrine as of yoro I was
greatly in hopes Mr Goebel would win
In your lato State election by a good
safo majority and If bo was elected on
a fair count he should bo Installed as
your governor But on the other hand
If Mr Taylor was fairly elected bo
should servo Kentucky as governor for
tho next four years
VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
Are grand but Skin Eruptions vtbllfe of Joy
Ilucklens Arnica Salve curt them also Old Hun
fling aDd eter Sores Ulcers llolls Felons Corns
Warts Cuts Ilrulscs Uurns Scalds f Chappm
JIIAnd i
IIAnd ChU Ialna Ut file cure On BMb
Drives out rain and Aches Only 23 eta a box
IDrlresoutlalBi Sold by bony Drugfbt
Notices have been eont out by the
American Steel Wire Cos olllce ad
vancing the prices of nails and wire 25
cents per hundred All kinds of shelf
hardware was advanced 11 per cent
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If our goods give satisfation tell others if
not tell us
As a New Tears Gift
TaB GLOBm
And Is offering a liand Mne lino of Storm and Drees Overcoats
TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT
For Cash Dont fall to see them Slices also reduced Shim Underwear and
MntHinlostHB
THE GLOBE
J L Frohman Co Phon 136 Danville
Stanford Female College
WILLIAM SHBLTOV IIIGBIUEKT
After tbo Christmas Ilolidtjrt the Iot sion will be resumed on
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