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Semi-weekly interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1881-1905, January 02, 1900, Image 2

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Mr d U Honry reports forty liurlnli
in Lanunter ccmoiory during I80S
which lit u low moro than In 1808
If this zero wttulhcrcoMlnucsifo will
not build our Ico r notary nil It In cheap
or to iruke It the oldfaRhlqnod way
A phantom or tnoro properly uglier
party was given lit tho Simpson Violas
f on Thursday ullht when genuine fun
and enjoyment were tho orders of tho
County Clerk Duncan Issued 121 mar
rialto licenses In bW This fact and
tho coming of tho railroad III sura to
swell our population considerably dur
iInif 1 < XK How does ihls compare with
Mr Cooper a work v
Bowers ft Uusbvn minstrel RUVO a
t highly creditable performance nl the
eoiirlhouo Saturday night which
was wllncsecd by an upprcolatlvo au
dience which was not large on account
w of tho Inclement weather
Manager FUMngiir hatt engaged Un
cle Josh Spruortby to apl + car ut the
Opera House on Jan 11 The company
Is In high repute carries Its own 1100
nery nod effects ball a brass band and
operatic orchestra Tickets unpopular
price ut Storraes drug store
Capt W J and AM Klnnalrd of
Mlddletbbro were hero lust woeU J
C Robinson has gone to Frankfort to
J It Itob
I serve on the Federal Jury
i Inton bu not boon well for several
day Kid George Govran has return
cd from Guntonivllle Ala where tie
had a good meeting lion II II Tow
Union and Mr William Jones went to
Lexington last week on business
1 The figure puzzle published In the
INTKUIOK JouilSAL hut week has
caused many uomblnatlons to be made
and while U can not bo worked by Ara
bic charmtorn In which It was given
1 If the roman letters are admUslbla In
the solution Lotchor Owiloy claims
the prize 110 adds V VII and IX
the sum of winch Is 21 and ho claims
that six of thu numbers arc used Is
this correct
No sir The puzzle can bo worked
with tho figures given
i Knowing ones say that the extension
l of the Southern railroad will certainly
run through this city Our people lul
ly realize the bonctlu to be derived
from the rood and they are pulling tor
gether to make U a certainty There
1are no vacant houses and lots arc being
bought upon which residences will be
built This will bo tho end of a dlvU
Ion and property will become more val
uable Come and let mu fell you u
I homo
Tho Maccabees of Paint Lick gave a
banquet on Friday night which was
t nlghlv enjoyable Sir Knight M F
Klklu of your oily L L Walker E
W Norris J Joseph and T E Hlkln
f of Lancaster tent went up to get a
square meal and they say that they
wero never Inoru royally treated I
regret that I was unable to attend I
am proud of that lent because It Is
named for mo and it Is made up of some
of the best material In the State
Too republicans who claim to bo
F maculate and free from the appearance
of fraud are attempting to appoint oleo
I I Ion commissioners to 011 vacancies in
the face of tho provisions of a law
which has been declared constitutional
by the highest court In the Suite and
which provides that they shall bo ap
I pointed In u different manner Gov
I Taylor should at least realize the fact
that ho executes tho law while the
courts define It and that ho Is subject
to put provisions Individually and cru
dally the same as tho most obscure
citizen of the Commonwealth Is
Rev H N Faulconor has gone to
Wilmington Ohio to conduct a pro
tracted meeting Mr F II Flsslager
has moved his family Into the new ho
tel which Is nearing completion and
which ho will open In a short time
Sheriff Sanders has moved to the Swee
nay property on Danville avenue W
I McC Jpbnston will soon move to his
new handsome rest uneo on tho Dan
vlllo road J W Sweeney bought of
Rev II N Faulconor a lot on Water
street for 1300 He will build a reel
dence W I Williams has moved In
tbo Uoorcs property J U Jennings
Is now traveling salesman for a Knox
r vlllo dry goods house A T Anderson
has moved on Campbell street H C
jIlamlltou and J H Simpson have
t moved on Richmond street J Q
Thompson will soon move Into his now
residence In forming our new resolutions for
the Incoming year let the principal
i one bo to firmly resolve that wo will bo
I charitable not only In giving to thoso
who are helpless but In our language
in reference to others The vilest
thing In the world is the tongue of
slander It Is worso than the dagger
of the midnight assassin and It destroys
more homes and produces more sorrow
I Men arc mistaken when they conceive
the thought that they are good and nil
t others are wicked Cultivate Iho spir
it of good Help to bear your neigh
lots burdens and restore your brother
when he IB overtaken In a fault Re
Itmember that It Is not the past but the
Rev Richard U Mahony wu hurn In
Clarendon county S C Mar 12 1K67
Is un alumnus of Furman Urilivriliy
and after a course In thu Seminary was
ordained at Mlddlcburg Ky in the
prlnpf 1882 He has curved an uanior
Mlllerstiirgand Newport churchr in
Kentucky and Columbia church
Tonnocfce 30 now rvaldos at Stanford
and pi caches to Mining and ultteleni
churches near that place He come
from 0110 of the oldest South Carolina
nmllles HI falhor begun early In life
to servo us pastor of u church In that
State and continued as pitor without
Interruption unlll ho died ripe with
years The church burled his body
tun back of Its pulpit UnptUt Argus
Mr Mabony has Oiled force of the
best pastorates In Kentucky and ox
celt for ailing health he would now
be entirely In the service He Is a
most Indefatigable worker and has
present acts and Intentions that deter
mine the true character of a man tat
us hunt the stars Instead of iho spots
of darkness ou the sun Give whotyou
can spare to thu unfortunate speak
words of cheer und good will instead
of unkind words during the year and
they will serve a so many roses to
choir you on In thu rugged path of
life I am going to try It join ma and I
report the result
When she found her lover was un
faithful prolly Flo > le Wouron of
Xonla 0 cut a hole In the Ice crawl
ed under and drowned herself
Miss Sue Mays a pupil In the Jeua
mine Female College wont to her
homo In Mayfield to spend the Christ
man holidays and married John New
man after throe days acquctntance
Rev W S Grlnslcad tends us word
that bo united In marriage 2 tat week
Rev J M MnlihowH who used to
preach at various points In ibis Mellon
and Miss Nannie Houlohens of Jhap
Walter Lcdyard of Chicago vwas
married this week for his ninth lime
Four of his wives are dead and four are
divorced This lime ho married u
widow who bad been married three
limns before and has threu 11001 of chil
Mrs Jane Wlnn Faulkner daughter
of the U S Senator was married at
Martlnsburg W Va Thursday to
Win White of Nashville Miss Ame
lia Pearson of Harrodsburg was ono
of the bridesmaids The bride who Is
u very handsome lady visited the
Misses Alcorn hero several years ago
As a matrimonial resort Jefferson
vlllo will have to look to her laurels
St Joseph Mich is becoming noted
as tho Gretna Green of the Northwest
Tho recbrd was broken lust Sunday by
tho marriage of 4 2 couples most of the
matrlmonlallfts balling from Chicago
Ono preacher narrlcd 11 couples In one
In tho parlors of the Phoenix Hotel
at 530 oclock Saturday afternoon Miss
Emma T Busier the attractive daugh
ter of Mr N I Buster of Mercer
county und Dr J U RoBurdn for
merly of Danville but now practicing
at Clarksburg W Va were married
by Rev I J Spencer of Central Chris
tlan church The ceremony was wit
nessed by Miss Eusebla RoBards sis
ter of the groom Miss Susan nod 011
of Boyle county Messrs Robert Ro
Bards brother of the groom and J R
and G A McRobcrls of Danville It
was not an elopement but will come In
tbo nature of a surprise to thu parents
of Dr RoBards Lexington Press
Dr RoBurds practiced medicine ut
McKlpcoy for some time where he
made many friends who wish him and
his all the happiness that n real union
of loving hearts can bring
Tbo Covenant Mutual Life Assootu
lion of Galesburg IIIhali been amal
gamated with the Northwestern Life
Assurance Co of Chicago transfer
ring 28000 members whose policies
aggregate 845000000
built up an Insurance business of mucb
value Four of the best companies are
roprcsonlcd by him and within the
lam 10 days he has written 10000 In
life and dono about as well In tire In
surance While attending the South
urn Theological Seminary Mr Mahony
met and loved MIll SallIe Penny of
Stanford who listened with favor to
his cult and they were tuarrleJ Oct 14
1681 Four children have been born to
tbo in two of whom died in early In
fancy The other two arc bright and
omnuly and promise to bo of great
comfort LU their parents Mr and
Mm Mabony live In u prnty und cozy
coiiuce ou Danville Avenue whence
they dUponeo the hospitality of a hap
py homo and enjoy tho love and ro
cpect of uvurybody
Mr Mnhony has recently accepted a
na turhL cull to preach for the Perry
vllltt church OIIIM u month on lobo id
Daniel Ford who for 40 years and
more bad been the publisher principal
owner and edliorlnchlef of the
Youths Companion died a low days
ago leaving an estate valued at 82500
001 877000 of which he leaves direct
to chat liable and religious institutions
Conditional gifts to such Institutions
lire also mode of over ba rIi million
fbu entire Youths Companion plant
with certain real eatiile IB left to the
executors to btt administered for the
benefit of tutu Baptist Social union
Mr Ford wasu modest man his name
not appearing ut ell In connection with
ihVpaixir In fact It was published by
I Perry Mason Co an Invented firm
name used ui avoid a confusion of ac
counts Ho was charitable in the high
cut way though his beneficences were
but seldom known by the world at
large On the Push of eeetnbar publish
ed tbo following which bus created
much Interest among our patrons
cores of answers having been received
from all over tbd Susie If the correct
answer has been received yet we dont
know It IO try your hand Happy
Jack Mlllur says ho sat up nearly ull
ono night tr j lug to work It
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Add six figures from the above to
Count 21 The first correct answer
guts thu INTERIOR JOURNAL three
Manager MIr ln of thn Piereon Drug
Store inform us that lie Is having a
great run on Chnmbe > lalns Cough Horn
edy He soils five hollies of that medi
cine tonne of any other kind and itgtcfl
grcut satisfaction In thete days of la
gilppo there Is nothing like Chamber
liiinss Cough Itemedy to stop tho cough
heal up the sore throat and lungs and
give relict within a very short time The
sales are growing and nil who try it are
pleased with its prompt action South
Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by
Craig t Hockcr Druggists
Vast numbers of lowers aro gathered
for perfumery purposes It Is estimated
that each year 1800 ions of orange
lowers are used besides 030 tons of
roses 150 UIQB each of violets und jas
mlnu 75 lon of tuberoses 30 tone of
cuaste und 15 ions of jonquils
John L Sullivans account of bow he
blew lu 1000000 forcibly recalls the
old udugi > about the parting of certain
classes of people und their wealth
If all the money In ibo world were
divided equally annug the people each
person would got about 830
There are today 40000 Negro stu
dent in be higher educational Instl
lutlons 01 Ibis country T
WM lb twult of Ll1 iplendlJ health Indoml
ubl11 and treiafnaoui energy al not found
where HIl1rh IJtei Kidneys and Bowel are
out of odar Ifvta wort thl qnilltm and the
uwwavbrintn ol > r RlnKi Now IJfe HI U
They letelollurT IIOfer of bra III mod 00d Ooly
a tend al Ion ya l wz Store
James Lanlerof Wililamsburg died
from an overdose of laudanum
Mrs W C Carroll wife of the Leb
anon jeweler died of meningitis
William Herring boughl In this and
Boylo counties u > bunch of heifers ut
Cashier W IT Carrier of theCorbin
Dank bOIl run HCOSS several U bills
that have been raised to fives
A poalolllco has been established ill
Hrocade Wayne county and Matbey
E Denny appointed postmaster
All ExPostmaster T N Edwards
effects at Lawrenceburj only brought
8100 when sold under Lho hammer
The P H Journal gays It Is rumored
that the train dlspaichers vOIce will
bb moved from Somerset to Oukdalc
A little son of Cobb Berry accident 1
ally shot little Elijah PurMful at Pine
vllle from the effects of which he died I
Jutige R H Feland of Lawrence
burg who went lo Wyoming to nee
after the estate of John Spars brougbt
back 85600 to the heirs
Miss Lizzie Mearmunagcrri the WII
llumsburg Holler Mills und Miss Mol
lie Murphy of Lexington runs a
wholesale pork packing establishment
General Manager W J Murphy of
tho Cincinnati Southern ruliway has
distributed HiO iimonir the truck men
as premiums for having the best see
tion of track
Mrs Cox wife of Van Cox a Wayno
county farmer was seriously burned by
her cloiblog culchlng on Ore Sarah
Lcavlg u domestic was probably fatal
ly burned In ibo same way
Judge Wra Catron of Somerset
tried to quiet his llulo child by giving
It his 9125 gold watch The Illlle one
played with it for awhile and then dash
ed It to pieces against the headboard of
u bed
Sol Devore 8n of Supt William DC
vore of iho Richmond Transfer Co
who killed John Miller colored waiv
ed examination before County Judgo
Million and was held ovcrio the grand
jury in bond of 82000
Miss Mary Jane Turner of Middles
boro has sued the Cincinnati Post Its
correspondent und agent at her town
for 1095 She charges scandalous and
libelous articles connecting bar with
the Sampson wife murder case
i Charles Yocum while loading a shot
I gun nl his residence In Mercer accl
I dentally shot and killed his wife Yo
I 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 ibo new
training school to be established by the
Loulsvlllo conference of the M E
Church South The committee met
there last week and was much pleased
with the Ideation
The poslotllco department has order
ed tho location of tbo Harrodsburg
poslofllco changed toa more central
part of town but Mist Ovio Smcdley
who owns the building wherein the
poalolllco Is now situated Is endeavor
log to have the order rescinded
Mrs Samuel Drucken and four year
old daughter Mary narrowly escaped
being burned to death at Nicholas
vllle The childs dress caught fire
and Mrs Uruckco In attempting to ex
tinguish the flames was severely burn
ed She la In a precarious condition
and so le the child
At Tho Colony In Laurel a general
fight occurred in which several shots
were fired and John Bull and Wile
Strong were both probably fatally
wounded Wile Strong is alleged to
havo fired the shot that struck Ball
and a moment later Strong was shot
through the thigh and body by other
who were participating In the fight
The wouun who It lately In fete form and tent
per will always have friend but one who would
bsettractlre must keep her health Ifsholi weak
sickly anti all run down she will be DnOUI anti
i Irritable If she hM constipation or kidney rou
Ilrrlabl Impure blood will cause pimples Motcbea
skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Klec
trio UUf r li the lust medicine In the world to
ivisulateitoniach llr rand kidneys and to purify
the blood It giree along news brlllht eye
smooth velvety akin rich complexion U wits
make a goodlooking charming woman ofs run
In remitting for bill paper for iho
With year M G Cash writes from his
Texas home I thought your paper
cheap at 12 but at 8L I know it is the
cheapest paper I read Long may it
live and advocate the same sound demo
ocratic doctrine as of yore I was
greatly in hopes Mr Goobel would win
in your late State election by a good
safe majority and If ho was elected on
a fair count be should bo installed as
your governor But on the other hand
If Mr Taylor was fairly elected bo
should servo Kentucky as governor for
the next four years
Are grand but Skin Eruptions nb lire 01 Jay
lluckltna Arnica Halve cum them also Old Una
nine and Four Sore Ulcers Roll Felon CorD
Drltet out Ialoi and Aches Only 25 eta a box
Cure guaranteed Sold by Penny UroggUt
Notices have been sons by the
American Steel k Wlro Cos office ad
vancing ibo prices of nails and wire 25
cents per hundred All kinds of shelf
hardware was advanced 11 per cent i
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If our goods give satisfation teU others if
not tell us
AB a New Years Girt
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And In offering a handsome Hue of Storm and Dross Overcoats
For Cash Dont fall to see them Shoes also reduced Shirts Underwear arid
J L Frohman Sc Co Phone 136 Danville
Stanford Female College
After tho Christmas holidays the Mansion will be resumed on
For admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal
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