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Ii SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXVIII i STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 22 190h 9 A M NO 92 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC John C Drown bought In Pulaski tit hogs at 31 to Jo- Tho hemp crop In Garrard Is by far tho best over raised there Tho Argentine wheat crop It In esti mated will yield 2000000 tons Corn sold at175 at Sam Longs Balo In Madlion says tho Ponlagraph Farmers have dono lots of plowing during tho Rood weather of the past 10 Jaye H Hart of Fleming sold to hoard of Lexington mulct at 8125 eachDr D fl Klncald of Doyle told some fat hogs weighing 920 pounds at 4 60 and 65 sheep at 11 Fox it McDowell sold a bunch of feeders to George Coulter at 4Jo tbo liret of the weekNowl ron SAW Tbrco Improved Duroc Jersey red boar ready for service It II Bronaugh Crab Orchard The American Cattle Grower Asso elation was organized by the roproacn 1tnthe of 16 traulllululppi States Wantrd four 100 to 125 podod black Herkihlro hog two boars and two town for breeder John C Drown Walnut Grove Kj 4t In Bourbon county Charles P Coil sold to W B Grimth flS 1350 pound cattle at Ho nnd 30 averaging 1800 pounds ate 00 The farm of Win Pulleo 10t acres near Yarnnlllou In Fayette county was told by tile eotunilMlooer for tW 26 ptr acre to Dad Down of Lexington offut LouUvllle merchant will UM this all a oauntrv bom Advocate l We are agent lor Pasteur VaeelnM Lincoln t Coope elwej dip Ad Fleming Lump J Car Write for testimonials J F Cook tdo Unleo Stock Yard Lexington Ky 3t D C Allen bought of W W Lyon 40 hogs for Muroh delivery at Ho aid has a lot on hued ho bought of various parties nt to 432J He bought oj C K McClure 11 cattle at 180 O M Given sold for W W Lyon Co to Shelby T Harbison of Lexlug 1ton a coach horse nnd n high noting mare for 1515 sod bougnl of Allen Broi of Casey throe mules at tAU Tbo Wllllamon Count Tonn t News says Henry Merrill killed coven bogs that weighed together 1247 pounds 001 tipped the scale at 861 pounds tbo others averaged 401 lbs The Part KcntuoklanCUUon says Hlblcr fires told 15 cheep to Maj P P Johnston at Bryant Station ntM60 Tbo following night thoy got out and strayed on tho railroad track and 21 were killed by a train DVNVIUK COURT There wero- about 150 rattle on tho Danville market yesterday but not all of thorn sold II C Bottom of Porryvllle sold to a lot of 000pound yearlings a 1Miller and to Mr MlMhell a bunch of long yoarllnga at 2750 J D house cold 25 600 pounder ate SlHi4 John J Allen told 12 long yearlings to Johu A Wood at 120 and to other parties some fat cow ofc 2o l There was n demand for mules the bee bringing close to tlo The crowd was J up to the average About the funniest thingjto which the attention of the imbue has lately beon called is the nowllng klok of tho Armour meat truet against tho soil trust After confusing that It buys Its salt In Portugal to get away from tho outrages of tho ealt trust tho moat monoply naively complains Prices arc now 80 per ton a figure so high that wo were forced to do something desperate to escape tho payment of It Instead of buying salt at a point 210 tulles from us wo have cent more than 6000 miles to another company for It and after paying steamer and freight rates and a custom duty of 8 cents per hundred wo are still able to save money This shows what an outrageous t prone tho salt trust makes In this coun f try As the profits of ealt trust arc not a drop In tho bucket to those of the meat trust the public would laugh If It wasnt afraid tho prlco of Its meat would bontonco put up to punish It t for Its Impudence Glasgow Times Tho figures compiled by tho Railway Ago show that tbo construction of rail roads In tho United States In 1000 ova less than In 1811 Tho returns thus far received show that not less than 4332 miles of track have been laid Intho United States during the year 1000 ou UO lines In 41 States Texas heads tho list with 313 miles Pennsylvania comes next with 271 while Kentucky ts cred ited with only 33 What most people want Islomelhlng mild and fenlle when In need of u ply Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Live- Tablets the bill to a dot They err easy to tako and pleasant in eflcct For sale by Craig A Hockor Druggists John Oliver u farmerkilled Con Cavannugba merchant nl Stafforde vlllo Kenton county i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John M Park agod 73 la dead InI Madison trcriticallyported Irom Somerset Lindsay Colyor aged 00 and an ex cellent citizen Is load In Pulaskl The dead body of Antonio Vovaaga was found In the canal at Mlddlcsboro Harry Wlngato of Perry vlllo a good man and u capital democrat Is a candi date for representative in Doyle Copt J K Bishop the veteran tray cling man of Danville le laid up In Maysvlllo with Injuries received In falling from a bootblacks stand Travis Campbell and IColloy Owens of Wblllcy county quarreled over a sick chicken that Mrs Owens bought of Campbell Campbell bit Owens on the head with a rock Owons died an hour later James M Crawford of the Brodhcnd section of Rockcasilo says If the coun ty will build a plko from Mt Vernon to tbo Lincoln line he will deed the coun ty 100 acres of rood land for a poor house farm Mr L K Bryant of Whitley coun ty Is looking up the titles to between 4000 and 5000 acres of land In Laurel and WhlUey counties He claims he U the owner of the tract amid there are ovor 200 families living on It Judge Jane Denton time new oolleo torle In Danville preparatoryto awum Inf the dULled of the oOJoe He earth the ottloe wilt probably remain In Danville though Richmond is oxp o- cd to make every effort to have It tak oo hook to that pines Judge Denton ray that report of wholesale ohoge In the revenue force nrn prumiuure as lit ha made no promleo nod decided upon noiblag In that connection CHURCH MATTERS Rev nu h MeLollaa of Shelby viltei has aoMptiid a cull to the Curliuuu church at Richmond A revival nl Pine Hill church Pu lack county closed last Sunday with 35 baptlwd and about 40 additions to the church Clark Blankonohlp of Seven Milo W Va was given a jail sentence for snoring In church and disturbing the services Rev Ira Landrllb of Nashville editor of thu Cumberland Prcibytcrian hiss been called to tho chancellorship of Cumberland University at Lebanon A Boston dispatch says John Alex wader Dowlc the noted Xtonltc leader baptized 31 persons ut the Morning Star Baptist church colored hero lIe calcihlscd each candidate The members of the Christian church are more than pleased with their now pastor Kev J W liagln Ho te a tine preacher nnd a pastor In all Sundaytwere able elTorU There are few men who have as bright a future as Mr Ba gin who Is not yet 25- In Louisville there are 27 Catholic churches with a population of 40000 memtwith 1B23 members the Jews bnvo six oongrogailons the Unitarians one church nod 300 members 13 Episcopal churches with 3221 members the Ito formed Church has 10 churches and 4050 members the Hitplsts have 17 churches anJ 9810 tnombers Northern Presbyterian six churches mind 1501 members thu Southern Presbytcrlun nine churches and 25SO membersthree Associate Reform Presbyterians one church andCu members itho Cumber land Presbyterians one church and 103 members Southern Methodists 17 churches and 403d thorabcrs Northern Methodists three churches and CM members nine German Evangelical churches two Reformed Gorman and four Gospel Missions Possibly there never was a paper In any locality that gave all the local hap penings It Is often that soma como or haplponstliccs They gettho Imprccston that the paper man docs not cure to mention them or has a grudge ugalml them Its r mistake The papor has noIll feel Ing no splto no enmity towards any byepope to get tho local happcnnlngs pans bo afraid to toll the editor you have friends visiting you Perhaps you think thoJaper shows partiality but t t1 it doesnt treat you rlhtlf you give It a chance THU MOTIIEItB KAVORITIi Chamberlains Cough Hcincily is time safegis intended for coughs colds timerbest medicine made for these diseases IIitoother Injurious drug and nmy bo given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For Bttloby CraigIfockurY CRAB ORCHARD Prof Rlgg Is conducting a vocal clues at Harman Lick and la receiving calls from other points Elder J M Bailey of Richmond preached two moat excellent sermons at tbc Chrjstlnn church on Sunday morning and at night The candy nulling given by the la dies of tbo Cnrlstlan church was largely attended and u neat little sum was realized Thoy have been requested to give another which they may do lathe near future The many friends of Dr J D Pettus will regret extremely to learn of his critical condition at his homo on Stan ford street He was stricken with par alysis on Sunday morning his whole right side being affected Drs Cook Carpenter Brown and Poyton of Stan ford were summoned to attend him Mrs Pcttus le quito from a nervous shock occasioned by the suddoned stroke of her husband Tho children lire all present with their parents All have the deepest sympathies of the whole community Mrs Lizzie Carter of Rowland Is with Mrs Cover Miss Annie Bronaugh wont to Livingston Saturday to attend the wedding recep Lion of Mr and Mrs L C Smith neo Miss Looklo Dllllon at tho River Man sion Hotel Mr Henderson of Mt Vernon 11 pleasant guest ol Mr Jo J Brooks and mother Henry Fish of Mt Yemen Is visiting the family of Mrs M IS Pish Will Brooks made a brief stay among friend hers last week Mss Kato jays is on the sick list Mrs J C MaWborter Is ooovale oent after a eevere attack of grip Mr Dave Smiths family have nil been quite sink with the grip Several others In the vicinity are more or less complaining with grip lo a mild form- MATRIMONIAL Robert Ramsey and Mlw Maude Oil lUple popular young people of Wayne were married last wueki Thomas Storm aged 18 and Miss Miranda Taoket 15 eloped from Ow ingavlllo to Maysvlllu and wore made oneAfter effecting a reconciliation with his wife from whom bo bad been operated for a year or more W C Wade a wellknown business man of Moultrcc Ga killed himself by taking morphine ills wife who Is nearly crazed by rlef canonly attribute his action to temporary aberration duo to joy over their reunion Miss Fannie Shanks tho handsome daughter of Mr S II Shanks and Clarence E Tuto of this place will bo married at Mr S1 Kmbry at 10 A M Wednesday 3Uth Rev J W Ha gin will olllelato and Miss Dollle Mc Roberta and Mr L C Bosley will stand with thorn during tho ceremony The wedding will be a very quiet affair on ly a few close relatives being Invited after which Mr and Mrs C H Taw will leave lot an extended tour of the East Hiram R Robert the first negro to occupy a sent in the Senate of thoUul ted Suitoit drooped dead while deliver lug a sermon to his oongreatloo lolNow Orleans From this incident In tbo life and death of one colored man are dedu cable two conclusions First It Is possi tile for a Senator If he Is not white to reform second when tho next colored moan takes his u seat In that body of wblte plutocrats many persons with i1ltiuoilon of rune color or prowl lOUt condition will drop dead from as tonUhmunl Lou Times Some grim jokes Wade and enjoyed over the appearance of yellow Hugs over the oily Ono countryman thought another sound money celebration was on In the city and hallooed for McKln let us ho rodo through Sam W Hicks of Bryan club fame Is forced to sail under false colors Jim May rodo to the hospital under tho yellowest Hag purpollelMattboW had been elected no such a season of advcralty would have struck Somerset Soracrool Journal Corblntho placo to which mllltln has been dispatched to suppress the latest outburst of civil llbcrly killing of than and women and blowing up of houses Is in Whitley the homo of fu glilvo exSecretary of State Finloy and the county where the republican elec tion pluralities fall little short of tbo total population Lou Times Well asked the tlclnl states man did you otTer him the money I did answered the agent IIAod how did ho tako It91 Grabbed It with both handsIn dianapolis Press A lama shoulder la usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hockor Druggists Four men wore killed In u heaad end collision on the Grand Trunk railroad near Locks Mill Me POLITICAL Former Congressman George W Cowles Is dead at Clyde N Y Pension Agent Leslie Combs may Lea candidate for the United States Senate The Legislature of Arkansas adopted a resolution of sympathy for Filipinos and Doers Tbo chances are tbat the ship subsi dy bill will be forced through the Sea ate within tho next three weeks The Naval Appropriation bill carry- Ing 77010035 the largest Amount on record was reported to the House Represcuuilve Corel op has recom mended George W Strunk for post master at Strunke Whltley county Tho Tennessee enato concurred in the joint resolution condemning tho as sassination of Guy Goebel ot Ken tuckyTbo Tennessee House adopted a resolution of sympathy with Kentucky in the loss of Gov Goebal and denouncing his assassination One of the floral designs placed at the bier of the late Gov Mount at Indianapolis boro the Inscription From the ladles of Frankfort Mlle B Shanks formerly of Rich mond has been promoted from the 81SOO to mho 92000 grade in the Gov eminent Printing Office Acting Collector Bland Ballard ap pointed John A Jasper of Pulaski general storukeoper and gaugor for the counties of Pulaski and Wayne Senator Debocs friends In Kentucky say he will reooraraond the name of ox Gov W 0 Bradley to the president for judge of the Eastern Federal dis trio The Scant adopted Senator Lind says joint resolution that Congress eel ebrate the centennial of John Mar shals assumption of the duties of chief justice It III believed In Washington that the British government will return the amended HayPauneefoia treaty with amendments of Us own which may not be accoplaMe to this country Trio democrats In Breathlll county who were recently Indicted In the Fed eral court for alleged vjolallons of the election laws voluntarily mot Marshal Morgan at Jackson and gave bond The legislative committee appointed to Investigate Congressman Balloyb efforts irf securing a permit for the Wa tersPierce Oil Company to do buisncss lu Texas U preparing a report which will exonerate Mr Bailey The Tennessee Senate passed the bill prohibiting the coeducation of the races In that State Another bill has been Introduced prohibiting the teach log of colored persons by whites In any school college or university Tbo campaign for a constitutional convention in Alabama has been opened by calls for county conventions to choose delegates April 23 Is the day Slit for the election to determine whether a convention shall be held The ob ject is to disfranchise the illiterate Negro The Now York Tribune says that Senatorelect Jo Blackburn of Ken lucky will quickly become one of the democratic loaders on the lloor of tbo Senate when ho resumes his sent The Tribunes correspondent says that Blackburns ability and standing roust be recognized and that ho can not bo kept dOIOIdate for jailer of Butler counly subject to the action of the republican party The Republican has this to say of the man who Is under Indictment for com pllctiy In the Goebol murder consplr acy A better Lan or stronger re publican does not exist und If nomi nated ho would moslccrtainly be elected and make a m class official The Louisville Times says that over work In Indiana is surer death to governors than overshooting in Ken lucky There Is no living ex governor of Indiana though the widows of many of the former chief executives of the State including Mesdames Wallace Lane Morton Baker and Hen drlcks survive On the other hand in ICenluoky where we are popularly supposed lo kill our governors before they become cxes there uro still in lho land of the living though two of thorn not in time State of their nativity McCrearyKnottTaylor A PROMINENT GIIIOAGO WOMAN SPEAKS Prof Itoxa Tyler of Chicago Vice Presi dent Illinois Womans Alliance in speak ing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I Buffered with a severe cold this winter which threatened to run Into pneu monia I tried different remedies but I seemed grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach A friend advised mo lo try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and 1 found it was pleasant to take and It re lieved mo at mtcn I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors bill time and withoutlby Craig A Hooker 2 cL iji = 11 = =4W W4r OO I1m IiEAtGreatly Reduced Prices Ir Ir i IT PAYS TO TKADEAT o THE GLOBE I IWmJYour money back if youre not satisfiedt fxi mILLER HIRSCH Danville l Successors to J L Freshman Co 1IJ rfLwS1 1 h = 1 = AT COST Suits Overcoats and Odd Pants r We will sell anything we have in Ctothing for the next 30 days This is done in onlcr to make room for l our Spring Stock BuyNOwAnil CUMMINS McCLARY Bucket Pump find Water Purifier II is tho simplest levicolfor raking water It ill the easiest to adjust to any well It is very durable Il wmrss easiest It will not freeze It has none of the objections common to puoips HIGGINS McKINNBY Stanford PHONE 10 c TAKE YOUIl 2 PRBSCRIPlIONS TO Craig Hoeker Stanford For Accuracy and Low Prices WBMRoberts THE DRUGGIST Sells Bast DodtII Trade With Him fr YTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD ICY JAN 22 1001 F O WALTON JTUI CORBIN AFFAIR Tho sending of the militia to Corbin should be as It doubtless Is to all thoughtful persons an object lessor to the people of Kentucky It teaches two things Rather we should say It Is proof of two things First That tbe Infamous conduct of Taylor Powere Finley and their gang of civil lIverty S malefactors has encouraged tbeEe mountain toughs in the continued violation r 5 of law and public order Out breaks akin to this which brought ter rer to tho better people of Corblnb been all too frequent In the mounta but we do not recall any Instance where a resort was bad to dynamite and where women and strangers to the warring factions were recklessly and J brutally shot to death In their tracks The extravagant lawlessness the cruelty the monstrous iniquity the unparalleled malice of these acts are more than suggestive facts Does any b sane man doubt that If the leaders aDd silica of the republican party who fa vored the assasslntlon of Goebol aDd r the dispersion of the Legislature bad not set tbo example of a bold brutal defiance of law and disregard of human life that the State would be brougbt to the public sbarao of witnessing these a disgraceful sights Look at the HUle city of Mlddlesboro t Only a few nig ht8 r since Berry Howard with a gang of his own class paraded the streets firing guns and pistols to the terror of Jrood citizens and yet not a band was raised to check him in hia unlawful tours IndicYhead openly dcBes all law in a town i having a police organization and a pOJ vtulaton of over 3000 This town as Is Corbln la almost In the heart of tbe ffFfuleyPowere country Their friends personal and political fill all the pul it lie offices In the counties of Whitley Bell Knox and Harlan When Jobn Powers was arrested ft was a count judge of one of these couptles who released him on a wrltot habeas corps The bare statement of these few aim pie facts ought to be enough for that ordinarily decent class of people who were unwilling to openly endorse tbe civilliberty ralden but who secretly wished them well The encourage ireent offered these toughs by one who was a candidate for governor by a candidate for secretary of State by an ex secretary of State by the managemo of railway corporations by certal classes of lawyers whoso legal education and political training taught them bettor and by the following whlc thcseJnfluences begotthis encourage tnent we say Is now manifesting Its Influence Is ripening Its legitimate Irult in the hitherto prosperous little city of Mtddlcsboro and in all that re glen of countrywhere feuds assassin tlon bushwhacking and dynamiting run riot Where are many excellent S law abidlog and lawloving people llv Ing in these mountains and this make the matter all the more deplorable If they were safes from all harm or out of that country It would be well to letth Kilkenny sate devour each other Y Second The next thing this affair fiej and its immediate sequence proves Is that there Is a growing disposition of the part of the people to look to the r people to look to the military rather than the civil power of the aovernment tl maintain public order This surcl lea bad sign It Is a sign of weakness a sign of decay a sign of physical and moral cowardice a sign that we are drifting from the strength the virile manhood of the honest yeomanry of a a republic to the weaknesses of a citizenship which bows obsequiously to the armed power of government Ae u rule with possible exceptions the any community county State or counI try who can not maintain and enforce civil law within their own territorial boundaries without the aid of militia are unworthy of the blessings of good government Dependence upon sol doors Is proof of a timidity If It boruot of something worse rwhlchglvcs no encouragement to free Institutions Judges should be slow to lon the governor itfor troops The governor should be slow to furnish troops ou the call of a judge Why should they not try the Bhorlffjand tho posse comltatue Are the sheriffs all cowards Are they too good to rlak their precious lives in the arrest orufHana Are the people who are behlndiblm with their power they all villains and la r 4rmpathwlth the outlaws We taker the liberty to answer these questions with an emphatic negative Why then shall we have ajvlsltatlon from the mil itary 1Va perceive no need of them Only a1Yho very last resort should a froa pepplojever invoke a body of armed aoldlere In aldieven of the civil authorities They abould not accustom themselves to think oMho necessity or to even contemplate the possibility of i such a thing Freedom anti military power mayjcooxlst but they do not journey together A bravo free people need eoldlerjtolQcrht ajforelgn enemy not to kllljbomo people nor to execute home laws amrr7aAM TUB constitutional gutTrage prolslon which became operative In Louisiana on Jan 1 will make a sweeping reduction in the number ot qualified voters In that State The law which was de signed to disfranchise the illiterate voters the Negroes principally IJro hlblls any one from exercising the right of suffrage who Jails to pay his poll tat twjp years prior to an election Those persons who did not pay their poll tBX on or beforeJDeo 31 last can not vote at any election that may be held In 1002 As a result of this law the rCI Istcrcd vote of tho State has been cut down from 240000 to 100000 and In tbe city of New Orleans from 02000 to 41 000 WuiLElnsano asylums are every where proving the physical and moral poison of the cigarette Prof Hatfield lot the Northwestern University comes out positively In Its favor While railroad directors make It an Indlspen sable to appointment to relponslble posts that candidates shall not use the clg trcttc this bookworm relates how It clears his brain although abundantly known to muddle all others As patriotism was once said to be the last resort of a scoundrel so an exchange thinks the university professorship appears to be a coign of vantage for Intellectual eccentrics who thrive on the sensations they make against common sense IN these days of pension seekers It Is refreshing to read that there Is one man who absolutely refuses to accept the bounty of the government AI though he Is 82 years of ago and In need he stoutly declines to file an application tor a pension Tha entle mans name Is Col Balland ho Urea at foncsvllle 0 where bo practiced lav till too old to do so The bar has taken the matter up and sent two men to Washington to have nail placed on the pension roll nolens volens It Is the only case probably on record and 2ol Ball deserves to have his Dame written in letters of gold and plcture8 of silver A WASHINGTON dispatch sayi Election Committee No 1 will report the DavlsonGllbert contest to the House this week and the retort will be In favor of Gilbert It Is understood oho WilliamsGilbert contest In the next Congress Will not be pushed the Kentucky republican members of Can revs desiring to concentrate their strength on the MossRhca case The little black giant seems to be the envy of the republicans but ho Is Jood nongh to hold his own oven at their fame with the grea odds against him and hell come out on top just like our Ir Gllbertdld SENATOR SIIELUY M OCLLOM of Illnols has made his calling and elee tlon sure again A number of aspirants sought to take the honor of reelection from hm but they all saw the hand rittng on the wall and withdraw Save him a clear track before the re- ubllcan caucus As Senator Cullom Iii a native of Wayne county this State ontucklans generally will feel a pride In the old mans continued success QUEEN VICTORIAS life Is fast ebbing away and the great potentate will- soon be no more She was crowned queen of England June SS 1838 when- she was 18 years old Her Illness dates- from the time Lord Roberta Informed bel that the Boer war could not terminate soon She had nine children sev n of whom are living THE price of a shoe shine has been- fixed by the Koceas Legislature at five- cents which seems to be a reasonable figure The democrats and populists fought hard for a maximum fee of cents but the republican members pleaded for economy and outvote them O ait BRYAN refused 810009 for the- back page of The Commoner for un advertisement of a British soap manufa- cr We admire his QatrlotUm but If he will send that soap maker to Stan ford well contract with him for balf- thl monoy British or no British Tie COt of the war in tho Ihllf pines down to the present time ou1l- 1have paid for the Nicaragua Canal or Igated 20000000 acres of Western- Jand which would have supported million American families iIIE Commoner Mr Bryans paper- sendl out Its Brat issue today NEWS NOTES r Burglars secured 8100 from the poet- Ice at AUjtustaIJames Fugate of Plnevllle got a ear for forging a check W J Watkins died suddenly at Frankfort from apoplexy The weather in Santiago Cuba is the coldest known for years alueyj Nashvilles embezzling clr cult clerk was hold ln810000 SI Manning was killed by being run over by a train near Morohcad Younl Corbett broke Joe Berstelns jaw in a 10round bout at Denver Ire in the business portion of Lebanon Tonn caused a loss of8T5000- to a result of drinking too much- whltlky Noah Scalf of WatangoTcnn Ie deadA Is said to be on foot to- cololze a million Chinese laborers In Mexico f President McKinley continues to 1m proveCleveland 0 gets the next ncetloJf of the G A tt Mrs Sarah F Dick of Huntlnton lad Is said to be the only woman bank cashier in the IT S The Senate continued tbo nomination of Justice Harlana son to be attorney general of PortoRlco- TbeNew York Cotton Exchange has raised lie Initiation too to 810000 aDd limited Its membership to 450 Tho railroads have agreed on a one cent a mile rate to the Confederate ro union at Memphis May 2330 A Cuban was arrested in New York on the charge of smuggling diamonds worth 817600 into this country Samuel H Warwick once a million alre died In the hospital concectell with the Philadelphia almshouse Tho case against Mrs Nation at Wichita was dismissed tho prosecutor stating that her mind Is ImpalreJ More than 8000 pension claims were destroyed by fire In the oRlco of Milo B Stevens Co at Washington Urn R Kinney an estimable woman of Harrison county while In Cynthlana doing some shopping dropped dead Joo Fain was baptized at Lexington before being taken to the penitentiary to serve two years for stealing I1churoh organ R Kelley Gauldln a drummer com mltted suicide at Paducah by takln morphine The election commissioners decldod the Covlogtonimayorally contest In favor of Mr Johnson the sitting wayor Edward Jefferson a Virginia Negi Is In jail at Maysvllle charged tvlItb onccaling and purposcdly dlslrlbut smallpox As a result of his arm being burned by a Roman candle ball Dr Loslle Reese of Minerva may die from blood ilgoning Dr Robert Graham former tlrelll lent of Kentucky University and widely known as an educator is dead at ellevuo Pa Wolves ran Teddy Roosevelt up trco while boar hunting In Colorado sad he was compelled to remain until escuers arrived Henry Johnson has confessed to rounding and robbing Rankin Clom none In Fayctto M C Hart Is reported to have killed aokson Cornett In Perry county Rnd ranklln Hart shot James Singleton In pitched battle- Louisville ealooolsts threaten to es ibilsb an Independent brewery to com bllt the trust which they claim III barging unreasonable prices Senator Lindsay Introduced a bill appropriating 811000 to purchase a marble bust ol Henry Clay by Joel Hart the Kentucky sculptor An organization of Negroes at Seat tl c offered a reward of 8500 for the ar- relit and conviction of each member tbe mob at Leavenworth Kits A cadet who entered West Point In 1888 went through his course without being hazed One day ho whipped five- men and In all ho defeated about 30 Kllphlas Dawklns a Negro preach or Cherokee county S C was arrested at his home on the charge of murder- Inll his wife by burning her to death At the Lattimer colliery at Hazle ton Pa 1200 miners wont on a trike because of the alleged unwarrant discharge of two men by the company Clarence M Davis formerly of Kentucky was found drugged and uncon- aelous In the room of a New York hate- wltb the dead body of a woman lying near him Samuel H Warwick aged 70 Inventor of root beer and whose wealth years ago was estimated at over 81000 000 died penniless In an almshouso New Jersey A Jetlersonvlllo druggists mistake In mixing labels nearly cost Mrs lly- bron her life The error caused her to- take internally llnament contalnln deadly aconite At Lexington Mrs Hallfe B Whit- IJck has sued for dIvorce from Robet E Whltlock alleging that the defend- unt drugged her and married her with ont her knowledge or consent Pour children of Benjamin Miller- wore burned to death at Elkhart Ilid- Miller had risen early lighted a lamp- and had gone to the barn The lamp exploded setting Ire to the house At Manila the Philippine commission Compromised the church and state- question by deciding that religious struction ehall bo given in the public- 6chool8 only three days out of the week Since the establishment o tbo reo tiLlnestation at Lexington In 18U- Soer 4000 men have been enlisted for the United States army and the majority have been stint Into foreign eer vice John oherldan who has been charge of the money order department of the Havana post olUcc has been ar- rpstcd for the theft of 81500 Ho has leased and offered to refund the moneMeAllater Campbell and Death the- brltes accused of the murder of Jennie Bosschlcter were adjudged guilty of- murller la the second degree the max- Imum penalty for which In NowJorBoy Is Imprisonment for 30 years N H Frazer ot Union Springs Ala- wbose son was kidnaped at Atlanta a fo weeks ago has been swindled out of ewo by a decoy lettor which prom theed restoration of his son If that- amount of money was forthcoming CATTLE LOST A dark brown twoyearold steer left tho IllpRlua tarn In the t of Ilnco RIII a light red two yeSrold star left tho 8 W Given term Howard tar lnloruii lien leadlwfr to their T W KINNEY Junction City Ky Residence For Sale Or Rent A very doatrablo reslilenco ot ten room necessary outbuildings Inelutlln Ice bause nodtablo with large garden ut tacked Thn properly is tiiniiy locate In IlusUinvllle Possession elwn nt once For terms apply to MUs II V Logan lIus tonvlllo or lutonlt Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you let pour painting I will save you money t will furnish jmlx und put lion the wall from lOo un In otnr words I will null you paper us chuap nil lot can buy U In town and bang It nt fie per bolt will do paInting In proportion All work Eunrnnti d Stanford ICy PREACHERSV1LLE INSTITUTE IRKAOIlFltSVlIIE KY Tho Otsession of thU school will oleo Jan t 1901 Our course of study laa corn ilcto as that found In the ordinary high school Including kitchen artcn In tho primary lUnartmvnt The common school lllgher Matho mattes Solencns Laneuagv and tho Illblc For further particulars addros- tJaMcKec Principal FOX at LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Boise and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager COAL SALT I will have my coal bins completed by- Ocl t and will keep on hand three grades of the est coal also tail and I will wll o merchants by wagon load at n very small largln Will continue to lay Ioet rletii Hickory Spokm Btav tand llnnjlnrt foods and Qroccrliw at rock bottom prkttt Ulvo mu a trial and I will save you money II II KINO MOHBLAMH ICr Ida Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a CallI A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OClruv McltoUerU Drat Stan to the Unle y Unliatnf ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford K Office over IIIgKlna A McKlnncys Stor Telephone No 19 GUN REPAIRING No matter what goes wrung with your gun Send It to Us and It will bo Promptly and Skillful ly Repaired At a moderate cot DANVILLE CYCLE Co 115 Third St Danville Ky Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Wilt bo In Danrllla Mombf WedumUrt and Friday Will U In Stssnl Tui slgr ThunJuin and Sat urtlar- Otntwln the Imnlufton Ilulhllnz Stanford 01 lice houri 9 to it 1q11 I- tOSTEOPATHY e Thlt Sclent orljInnUil an1 dciulotnl tr Dr AT Still of KlrkiTillr Mo dl1I en the prlntplea of Anatomy and ILyilulugy tat In reo Mill It rniulrw no faith drugs no rubUog noturelraloi r lioni enelalni Sing uper uatunlliteopalhyview mm MX machine ofM many lu keynote It atljutttnent When all rwrli ate ropvrlr adjusted 10 not orenrorkctl hthb It dlvnscf treated lit Nervous IrMtratlon HraiUcbci Neuralgia Ulirumatlim Oitarrb Weak iye Iranulatea List tioltre heart Lifer and bong Usaesw Constlpatlou riUt Knlantol 1nxttate all btoiu ach and intestinal troubles Dlirasca oMnni arid Jolnli KplnalCnrTaturMDUlocatloniHlltrjolnti la female Disease a or specialty tuusultsllon FreeJ McCbY UN EI AXEB Manufacturer and Dcalonrl- nSABNSJSS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky first Announcement i Of the Seasons Cul1rico Time nt tho LOUISVILLE STORE Always brings the WaitingCiOWd in nrush Gut in early if J the advantage of the first pick CUTOIIPR FRNZN KNIFE t leas boll applied fell over the house This is the seasons clean up in all r CLOAKS CAPESd t FURNISHING GOODS 1 7 HATS AND SHOES Capes One lot or tallies Cloth Capes that we sold at fl null It 5tloingout price ISO One lot ladles Cloth Cape 1160 and 12 quality will bccloaod nt 75o and A low tJO plush coin will close at 1125 Mens OvercoatsN- ow Is your chance for a shed cost McnXilOOOCoat cut toS7 Oii S 00 I 99 7 tIt 3 lt8 I 00 g R roIt nnnM1 lIB Store Boys Overcoats I Hoy fJ 00 Coat put tox f 23 9 60It i IlL 1 ra10 dozen Mene heavy Winter bops 36 to 60c good go In llil sale at Se Ladiess Jackets A few t7 60 Jnokuta for Uilie will be 1106011 oat at UIq All fli Jackets will bo ole J at 58 All CliililrrnV Jnskflg wfllto olasatl lpelt rQ6at1 otc t ThoiiBtinils of other things cut dowiViA pioportinn inollHlmg art r Heavy Underwear And foils heavy shirts f Louisville J SHLINCER BROS J jTFurniture ii I I Car etstMattings Wait For The New Goods A Solid Car Load of Matting Carpets Oil Cloth Rugs and Assorted Drugget oil arrive within the next two weeks Prices Will Surprise You I + et a t W W WITHERS Stanford Ky SomethIng NewL i IT WILL MAKEMHARD WORK EASY I CAll AND SEE TIT WILL PAY YOUI GEO H FARRIS g CO 200 Business and Pleasure Horses t 26th Sale on January 20 30 and U and February 1 IflOl At The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Kentucky thotho I stockIieroand ICya It f j THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANIOKO KY JAX ii2 1001 Outt prescription work le uneurpaea ell Try UB and be convinced leniiy8 Drug Store PERSONALS MRS M J MlLLKll Is convalCKcIrifr- MlSH OvitD GIVENS has been quite tick Mns C L DAWKS U down with the t grip G HAIL le threatened with ap tn WILL DISIIOIS of tho Welt la quite EULA TOTTKK loft Sunday to enter college at Lorretto t J W IU8TIS of 1ittiburff was I hero a short while Friday HEV MILES SAUNDBKS U visiting j hit lon lion J N Saunders f 1UL S J KMIIKY Sit went up to London yesterday on builnot f D T LlNSTOIlD went g roulivlllo tobaccoIJ changed from Covlntloo to Dcraoeavlllo- Mits JAms P DAILEY is visiting relatives In Jcwamlno and Fayetto Miss LINDA MILLER Is at homo fora few days from Georgetown Collejro Miss EDNA CAIIKOLL CAMNITK of Iluetonvlllo la tho guest of relatives hero Miss LILLIAN Fox of Shelby Clt- Iponl Koreral days with her llter Mr I L Grubbi a Miss OiiiKHA LACKKY very delightfully the charade club the other ollbtIJACOii Gixsiidta left Sunday for tbo Kait to buy gold Head his advertise treat In next issue Mil Go KULLBIIO this olllcc U down with the grip Cabbell Wood was similarly affected to the wife of W A Hey opulur Junction City drug 1DOliNsonRobert Davit II U MILLS of Mlddle borpt spent several weeks with her parish Mr and MM J IL lirijrht Miss JULIA STAIMJ of Central Chris tiara College Uutloovlllc spent several day with relative hero Jl potent of Junction City has QharKOtpf the branch beer house of the Company at Iltt biir D TODD of Todd lula kl was hero Friday and left a nice JJUDR far stationery nt this olllce Miss ALLIK HmMAN on very charmingly a number of her young friends Friday evening Mil JOHN C DHOWS of Iulnikl nod Miss Jaol Garner of tho Kart lead wore callers at this ofllco Saturday PitliiSUS here and olaowhorc of Capt IW O Sherman cl the Q A C sympa thize with him in the lose of his wife MSS HATTIU FAUMHH the pretty niece or Mr W Huff Dtiddorar lathe cucttof Miss Anna Taylor at MoKIn nay JOUR POTTS an experienced mill man and eon of Den Potts of Buckeye Uiualstlne Morris Fred In getting hit mill In readiness Miis JOHN W WALLACE Is down with the grip Her son Mack Wal lace who has had the typhoid lever Is tl rapidly convalescing 4 TUB Mot Vernon Signal continues to print pictures of prominent persons In llockcastlc Tho last Issue contains a good likeness of lion O C William JOSKlII 1100KII8 has moved his fam ily from Garrard to Greenberry Bright place on tho Danvlllo pike Wo are glad to have them In our mld MH J lUOllNUOUFKaodMrt Hugh Hncun of Livingston were on Saturt days train returning from n vIsit to Mr W M Haver at Lebanon June tion Rev W E A1uoLD was on the sick list Sunday and his pulpit wanoccuplud t ItHov R II Mnhoay Bro Arnold out again however and expects tot bo In his place at each gorvloo during tho weekj t Mil J II Buss a prominent young lawyer of Stanford has located In this city for tho practice of his profession Ho la an excellent gentleman and we extend to him a hearty welcome wish log him all tho success possiblePan tagraphj IL BAKKU has returned from vielttohlsdaughteraMcsdnmeaJohnMcKenzie Thompson of PrcachorBvIllo Free Sliver Z EThcrlck wholes been lace ted at Fort Wayne Ind for a llttlo ovor a year has returned to his farm at Maretaburgand says that Rockcastlo Is good enough for blmlIt Vernon Sig cal l Miss OALLIK HICKS ut first thought to bo a victim of the scourge It Is now feared la developing typhoid Her mother Mi Situ Hicks la also MUsTeo Darker daughter of Dr J W F Parker U ono of tho most ox port vaccinator In tho city and gives valuable Rill to her father who Id kept j I constantly on the run day and night Somerset Journal LOCALS LEAVE your order for n good set of handmade harness J 0 McClary N WlTHElts wholesale lino of lurnl turo la being opened and will bo ready for Inspection ice tow days T h SiTCTACtn3 at Cram of Hockcra CANDIDATES cads cheap at this olllce Fncsii goods on tbo 60 loco counter Severance ft Soot I JUST opened a barrel of lino Krout Warren ft ShunkllItNEWCaljcoi Percales Laces Ham Cloths at Severance fc Soot Sco themItfli theChicago I Glen Club entertainment at Waltons Opera Homo Friday evening PICTCHK frames malebetter and cheaper than they can ba found oleo where W W WltherllIt t F STEELK of Hustonvllic Is haying printed circular stating that ho Is going to veil out at cost and move Wet II you need coal you had better buy since wo will not carry a largo stock and 10 days cold weather would run us short J U Oaughman ft Co DfIOCItATSublcrlplion bo taken at this olllco Every day In tbo year for ii Try It for awhile youll like It THE supervisors completed their work Saturday after being In session 10 day Tho total assessment of the county has not boon footed up but It U close to 1760000 Tho raise by tho supervisors amounts to about 100000 ALL claims against the city of Stan font must be Hed with the finance corn mittee Dr J F Poyton and M D HI more three days before regular meet lag of the council or tame will have to go over until the next regular meeting L R Hughes clerk HEAD BaOictTheoold gentleman who sits in Cdmmlns L McClarys win dow got tired of his job of displaying clothing tho other day and fora change let his head fall off badly breaking It It Will not lIulUelellt exouso for him to quit bnwovor and he retains his seat aoephalotM though be be Tim LouUvlIlo Stort T D Ranoy manager is slashing prices In all tines this week In order to make room for spring goods Winter dry goods and clothing shoes dross goods outing cloths jeans Canton flannels comforts and blankets etc cut half In two Now It your chance to gel bargains Tin following proscription for grip tho prevailing epidemic may help somo of the many hero who are troubled with It Phonacctlne two cruplosa Jol two scruples quinine jalloylatc one scruple Mix Into 20 pill Take out pill every hour for four hours and then one every two hour for three or four doses PllKACHHtlSVILLU INSTITUTE Mr J C McKcc principal It progressing nicely with a half hundred pupil and now ones coming In nlraoitdally There arc six teachers all woll up In their various lines and the school promises to be a Meeting to that end of the county In particular and this section of tbo Stuto generally NIw STOnE AT HUSTON VILIE W L Evans of Huslonvlllc was hero Saturday returning from Louisville wbcro ho bought a largo and complete stock of groceries and hardware for the store bo will open at Hustonvlllo In a few days Lads knowledge of goods his business qualifications and general popularity Insure success In his now undertaking Juno H Rood a very cDlclent salesman and liked by everybody will assist Mr Evans EMIIIIY rou ASSESSOR Joo T Em bry n red hot democrat and tho clever set kind of gentleman announces In this issue his candidacy for assessor He was a candidate for tbo olllcc four years ago but tho committee overlooked him In tho making up of tho ticket and many of the friends made then will rally to his support on March 10 He a fine mixer a splendid worker In elections and knows us much about tho value of lands as tho next man Mr Embry will provo a hard man to down TillNciS have about assumed their normal condItions at Corbln and no moro riots aro expected as the leaders for the roost part are languishing In tho Wllliamsburp jail The troops loft Friday night but before their depart urn Sheriff Sutton with a detail of sol CharleyShHarguo for participating In blowing murdorlnRSUltOD were taken to tho Wllllamsburg jail by the troops James Shotwell was bur led at Rockhold Friday The sheriff let his three eons off tbo train under guard of soldiers to attend tho funeral RogerDtrip Informed Gov Beckham thai Shorn Sutton of Whltley county was Intoxicated Friday and disappeared from public view tbo soldiers being compelled to report to Circuit Judge Morrow for Instructions Instead of to tho sheriff as ordered by the governor Tho grand jury yesterday began levee tigating tho whole affair and about 100 eupwnas foe witnesses havo been sued I HAVE your prescription filled at Craig Sc lockers S SOME fine handmade Tor ebon laces just In at Severance fc Sons TWO residences on West Main Street for sale on easy terms Apply at this ofllco WE are showing somo entirely now patterns In embroideries Severance Si SonllItNEW ginghams madras clothe per sevlorancochange for coal feed c Plea o do not ask for credit J IL Baughman Co HEADQCAIITERS of G A R Gen Landrum Post 68 Stanford Ky Comrades of sold post must meet at tbo courthouse Saturday Jan 20 at 1 oclock to transact Important business J W Adams commander SECURE your for Chicago Glee Club entertainment at Walton Opera House Friday evening Tho Knights of Pythlae aro expecting a good house and they should have one as the entertainment they bring will bo a roost enjoyable and highdas ono W bh LIKENS tho eminent prohi- bitIon speaker will address the citi zene at the courtbouso Wednesday night Ho will be accompanied by Prof Kane Taylor an excellent singer Everyboey InvitcdJespeclally the ladle THE NSlmm on Green River burned Saturday night together with a number of cattle and horses 160 barrels of corn a quantity of hay and some farming Implements Mr Slmms lost is about 81000 with no In surance It Is thought to bo the work of Incendiaries LIVINGSTON If any ono doubtsthnt Livingston Is t busy point a few hour stay there will remove all shadow of It Moro than a down stores do a thriving butlnoM there while saw mills and coal mines around and the L t X glvo occupation to hundreds of men who draw In salaries monthly thousands of dollars Salaried men spend money freely and those at Livingston aro not exceptions to the rule and as a consequence tines are most always easy at that good mountain town Livingston Is peopled to no little extent by oxLincoln county folks and they arc the boat citizens there John Sam and Harry Magee of Crab Orchard run a flourishing store D S MoICinnoy has an excellent barber shop and bath room James Hocker baa u drug store that would bo a credit to a town many times as largo John T Blankenehlp Is a partner with John Mulltnt tn a big furniture store W H Dllllon rune tho River Mansion Hotel and George D Popo tho Eight Gables W P Raines la n most excellent city judge U W Rlto has a successful boarding house all of whom are iron the great old county of Lincoln Win Fields now living In this county does a world of business In his general mer chandise store as well as In lumber and anything else that thcroV money inr Livingston is now the largest town In Rockcastlo and many of her citizens want the courthouse moved front Mt Vernon to that placo It Is a warm democratic town and her Inhabitant of that persuasion are tho most free spoken In polities Ic the country Mrs B N Roller is now postmaster sho haying been appointed to succeed Ceo D Cook who has bad charge or It since Mr Samuel Ward was found to bo short There la some soreness over tho appointment but we presume It will die out ere the Ides of another November come River Mansion Hotel was tbo scene or much gaiety Saturday alter noon and night The night before Mr L C Smith who boards there and pretty Miss Lockie Dllllon of Crab Orchard eloped to Jclllco and were married and Mr and Mrs Dlllfon gave a swell dinner and hop In their honor Tho dinner to which the writer was fortunate enough to be invited was u repast Qt for the gods and the CO or moro panon who sat at tho Immense table loaded downS with good things did full justice to It At tho hop at night Mla Annie Bronaugb of CraD Orchard was ono of tho popular and pretty young ladles who received much attention Ernest Warren of Stanford la allll assisting In the dispatchers ofllco and Is ono of the beaux of the burg W W Wright who years ago lived In this county Is on tho dispatchers staff aojl fa a good man Our old friends E A Herrln and John Blankeushlp placed ua under renewed nlreall1long urging him to make tho racofor county judge and It la not Improbabja that ho will run A N Bentley Prof Dlckln son of Livingston Mr Flab of tho Wlldlo section and Deputy U S Mar shal Short of Mt Vernon are re publican who would like to succeed Judge R G Williams who has made a capital judge but they will never do go it Mr Mulllns will otter for tho olllce WIISIprofitable t very early day to Livingston CIRCUIT COURT began at Danville yesterday with a light civil but a rath er heavy criminal docket NOTICE TO TAxPFlIsFlvo percent will bo added to all school taxes not pale by Fob 12 1001 L R Hughes trees Dltt No IItWE will sell hay at from 40 to cents per 100 pounds until February 1st Come quick if you need hay J H Baughman Co It Muss SWARTZof Winchester State president of the Rebcccah Lodge 1 0 O F root with that order here Friday night and made an Interesting talk She la a very ablo woman and a One speaker WELL wager a yeare subscription to this paper that A D Ford will be Garrard county next judge W L Lawson its next sheriff Thomas AUA tin Its next assessor David Roes Its next jailer and Capt J Alex Doty Its next county clerk What dy3 say Tim candidates for county offices In Doyle were doing a rood deal of band shaking at Danvlllo court yesterday while a half dozen or moro of Lincolns candidates were on the ground mixing with the dear people The officeseek ers of these counties will loso llttlo time between now and tbo primaries and buttonholing logrolling and the like will be the order of the day J A Givens near McKinney has 32 nice fat 1400pound cattle for sale JOE T ETylfll Y I e a rnndMuto for Assessor of Lincoln County subject to the action of lido democ racy CMflS L CROW In u candidate for As n or of Lincoln coun ty party nubjtflt to the action of the Democratic RIDfEW W BUCtIflI1f10 countyInHis IlainoeratlepartyGoo Carpoato- rI n candidate foj licrlT of Lincoln county subject to tH action of the Democratic party HinilRST IRIOR rAW Volt Skunk SkinsWANT 25000 Correspondence Solicited A E BurkhardtlI Clnetan at Ohio TWO FARMS FOR SALE lUfing ccl lctl to clitDKC ray rooailon I will lIllrhalelTwylarm on hhh I Ilrera a of a Ky Tbli lams is line laud la good lUteolruUlratlon Il inns ot rlirr Iwttoui and that U lint corn ud meadow land litUnra M Intel It u linj toil well edsaaed to corn wheat blue grail mud all other cro A brick ilwelllng of rooms anti foliar well of ipletidld freestone water at the door two good tenement OUlhUlldlDIollIhstock wa er nuke Dili the uictt denlrakle inn in thliend of the county afrwofahout100acres tjmile from Crab Orchard Kjron IJncater strreloppalte the ray inoui Crab Orchard Springs All In graM with a large stock barn sad an abundance ol water with nelsbwrboolAIM nice lUag8ln Stanford Kyon Inc i ter atrret with goal attached For tUrtb8Itrtrnlar cllonorutdrws- It H IIUONAUOII Crab Orchard Ky GRflDEO SCHOOL ELECTION STATE OK CHI NTV OK LINCu NSM At angular UTIII cUbe Lincoln County Court State held on the Uh day ut Janua ry taut It iarlng that a petition ilgued yP willNJ K tanarlaic W Melldrll hy others we IIId lelore the county JuJe In open court at the hit regular December term or toll rouit king that a grade school district In ganized with Its lioundiry u follow TI llexln nlnKalK T IVncei thence to 1anlown street neluJlngIIto John Koiter including thence to the Jno 1enningtonplacelncluding It tbecco to tuob Including place then to laiiin A lIrrla place exiuiillnjt It but lot ntllo the old brlrk Imiuo Ibencelo the toll gate on the Mll lelgevilleturnpike nil It thence to Fore till Held Including It thence to Mn JooiII klnclutlInlCwntdauglunenaimudingitheuctoI the beglunlnit and that the site lor th icbool homeottile 1It district the prwent school building l lorrtD to couimoii fclicol die ttM No ttratel on Uaevllle Street ntinforil Uncolncoiiaty Ky whlthalM ii conliinl to lie not exivttllnR two and one hall relic corn any part of the twnJary of the aid proiNixtl Oinicl sad P appearliig also tout uld petltlonen are tax voters and rwidnUol the pnpwrel limdelLb llllon Snout UUlrlct an1ot Stanford JiuilcM Dlstrkt cftlili twenty and It further aji pairing that the County uporlnlctnlent of Cue won School of IJncoln county liai endone on tald petlton bit approval of amo and that all of theinistecsof tbaonly cuuimoii school UUtrlct to lie embraced proposed gradnl common school district lure on petition tholr approval of aims at provided by law and tho court being tuOUlehtly adilscdordrra that Soul M llreni the herlli of thli county be and Ii hereby directed to crone a jmll to be opened and an election to bo held at the city of Stanford Lincoln County Kentucky on the second day IIlarchll1Ol the same wing more than 40 liSnlry of thl ordet for the pnqwo of taking ti e sense or the legal white voter resld wllhlD the boundary of the Mitt prow e l jlraded Oummoii School IKilrlct whether there shall belevlCAl and uulkcted an an annul tax of forty cards on etch one hundred dollars of property value therein lubject to State or county owned by wbfuiienoiii anti dollar and while tw laalo Inhabitant orsaid lolltlrsdpd Common School District over twentyone years of age turth purjioao of mid aaln IlIullll a gradet rorunun school thtin pro hoollIalegal Toim ol uld propoet faded Common School District to vote fur six lwrecn to lie the trushMOfthe aame pwvMetl wld lax hall Le bf the T- OrhetInorul1 ele lIoo will tnake return In due form of the reutt of name at the earliest day- praetieable ltteat UM IJncoln Oounly Court Notice Ii hereby given that In obedience to the IUUIIIbuilding In Stanford on Saturday March 2 haul from oclock until i fur the ttorthluaald above ordtr Thoe entitled to yule aro alt white tuakr over yean of age who have been residents of the proinwul lradel Cowmen school UUIrlct for aI of the county six month and of the Mate one year preceding the day of still election Tbl Hit clay or IWI UwYaShcrlit 0 00000000000000000 nnnf000000000 0 I NEW FIRM o 0 0 0 wo 5 0 Having sold a half interest in my buggy ned implement business to 0 Mr A M Pencethe new businen will be conducted under 0 0 tho firm name of m CMsOt PEJlGE o 0We will keep In stock at all time a handsome line of e 0 1 Buggiesjjarriages Harness 1 Also Farming Implements In addition wo will liamilo all kinds of 0 grain Corn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will favor the new 00 firm with your patronage 1 remain llespt Yours 0- 1V A CARSON O O1 00000000000000000 00000000000000 i New Store F iWo have opened a full line o- fGroceries fD t CD1nnUll ask 0Iricesmotto and we will adhere strictly to it 00 Everything new and firetclasa 00 WIWa SAUNDERS CO STANFORD KY t 1i J t J A i t Z et g0 1 + t a yteyiy Iii t e rfta r a jT s f1a 1 t fl f JOB LOTS wd f 1 1 j jj 1 F f iAll merchants have them but some are more anxious to get rid of is than others Ours can be gotten foa about Ii ys1 50 Gts On The Dollar r i r We WILL SOT keep them if wo have an opportunity to let them go Several parscfmens Alter Forward Bootees worth fJjto 00 go at cojf r 250 paIU Fine Kid Shoes i3 and Jil50 quality but off w 8tyIesal1 per pair Lot of Gr i Mens Colored Stiff Bosom Shirts 75 t j goodstq 4W i fp Sevsral sizes mostly large go at 60c Look nt our windows or comO4 p d in and we will gladly show you t 5ko H J McROBERTSyNay eel Ya kta 1e a es C a a i+ ter cr j 54 s w ww 13 i4arsdtih f6IiiTf t I t 1 r1 1 t iShoe Sale Continues I 4 Two more weeks olllretl you in which to secure these goods below the cost price February 1st positively ends this oillr Rcnieiulier takes the SPOT ASH to get them Every imin shoe in tho house goesIn this solo t l t 222t t t 122 IliT 0 QREflf SHYING TO YOU I iij t J M t S6TOO Ilnnuu Shoe100 8500 S3 7ft 81 iiO Ilelmcra tC Bettmanns 2 90- Sl 50II II 2 GOySJ 00II S l 81 85 Plow Shoo sl 00 i81 00 Railroad Boots 00 k1 IJOHN P JONES Stanford el MN46r f MJ t l a I Severance Sons fljDRY a GOODS AND SHOES m NEW EMBROIDERIES Vo have just placed on sale tho Fucst Line of Iliunhurg I Edgings awl Ltices wo have ever shown 1111i1row ones f to tho with oppliqno cllbcts You should see what wo can v sell you nt oc yard See- theC special values in checked 4j Nainsook Cnnibricks Cottons and Dimities OUR REMNpNT COUNTER m Is full of good things and tho moro you buy tho more you save Wo have the olds and ends jVLinhigsLaces null llnniburgs fheynro going fast and Ibest5 SEVERANCE SONS1 Opposhe Couttllouse + vr- 4r h JTHE IN E IORJOURNALi 3eTtblSohdTuesi y asa0rsridaPlA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH iRI When not iop ldffl2OO will be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 21 TraIn going North 168 a m 26n ii 2 clan 21 II south 3a Tusl23 p aiIiPoUFor ts KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2J ArrrlretttSUnforcUt 1M No 21 laret Suntonl at JIO AM NoIl ArrlTO tltowUnait 1200 DAT NoW Lean Stanford at 2O PM l QUEEN A CRESCENT xTralngolog South rasa Junction City No No 3 1150 P NoU 1123 AM No 9 ha p u Going South No I donnt stop No 38 No 61231 N01O FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Irankfort al6M AM 310 P MI and p HcouocctlnR at Ufoiyetown with the U A C at 30 and 340 Frankfurt with Qp reaching after connecting ot 1120 A 710 r and 911 PM 1ITheA DISAPPOINTMENT Which Ilowevrr rrolmJilr Had Decidedly neneflclnlllcinlt For weeks and weeks lie had been suspicious of his wife but for weeks midweek he had carried jTsmlllng J facn and held her on his knee as If ho believed In her ns he did In his holy grandmother AH things come to the Im tJnDd who waits and thcro came an rmien a district messenger boy vil a letter Into the wifes hands I f irafty husband was hunting tor a cdkir hutton at the moment but he was slut deceived Ills Ural Impulse was loJuwl upon the faithless wife and r t bntlu tier ornt laHt brews her neck but lie got a grip on himself and waited for n more complete vengeance At midnight that night after pre tending sleep for two hours nnd making sure that the wife really bored the husband crept out of bed to- gos through her dim mid secure the letter lIe moved Inch liy Inch Ho held his breath Goose plmpjes formed on ids legs It took him just 37 min Cites by the clock to fled her pocket datnuingwheart he was vowing to show no mercy to cut her up with u dull hatchet Inch by Inch when he suddenly heard her voice saying was going to pay It out of my own pin money Johu but Ill be awfully glad to have you take It off my handsWoman what menus this he shouted as he tore the letter from Its jf envelope It means n bill of 14 for my last new hat ns you will see Get Inlo bed dear before you have a congestive chlll1M QUAD QuiirrclKouit Frogglu Confound those lobsters Thoy cant agree with any one New York Journal A Mnttrr or Coiillilcnrp now did he acquire the reputation of being such a brilliant man In quired one oteroiBy means of his convlr Jng man ner answered the other IIo got t people to believing that ho thoroughly understood his own arguments and i they regarded him ns a genius Washington Star lt In Hoiiton nIB Now York Aunt Then your lit tie brothers education must have been neglected Uoslon Boy Yes Indeed Why ho doesnt know the rudiments of meta r physics Life IlalForm SylusrLWhat about 1Ir It was n pink affair and she had pickled beets on tho table Chicago Itecord Halcyon Day Pa what are the halcyon days They are the ones a fellow looks back to with pleasure because ho has forgotten what tough luck he was liar ing at the time Chicago TimesHer alllIcl1garWlckwlrc Make him throw It away- I threw It away myself It was eI1 dently u two fer Indianapolis Press Milk Vo of tho milk of humaii klnduesslTo bo slIreIAnd still wo say tho quality of mer cy is not strainedDetroit Journal Too IiI Ii DAuber doesnt shout so much about high art ns ho used to No the Inst thing he exhibited was skyed by the committee Ililladcl YN4- V MORE NEWS NOTES IThe steamer Buckeye State w burned to the waters edge at Barfleli Point Ark Limburger cheese smeared on heaters came near breaking up a Louisville eehoo- tWolvervllle o town In Northei California Is snowbound A munITas frozen to death Mrs Jennie Jones Cunningham the wellknown Louisville writer of orec died unexpectedly In his eagerness to recover a keg of beer which foil from aaklfl near Wells burg W Va William Pratt overturned the boat and with one of his com panlone George McElfreet was drowo ed A third man escaped by swlmmlt to shore The Tennessee Public School om cera1 Association recommends compul ory education for all children over six years of ago and that tho Stato bould provide sulllclcnt funds for tho cduc tlon of all children of school ago A recommendation for a uniform eourso of study was rejected Five burglars entered the home of Martin Reich at Shamokln Pa nnd demanded him to tell where his moooy teas kept They applied red hot poke to his body and Scot until he finally told them where the money could bo founi ThIs amounted to about 9133 Aftor dIviding the money tho bursars agaIn pounced upon Reich and kicked hIm until he was almost dead lOWS TillS We offer Ooe Hundred Dollar Inward for any tMofCatarrbUiatcaucot be cured by HalltC irrrh Cure J FCHEKXEY C0 Props Toledo O We the umltnlgned bate known K J Cheney or the last care and IwUern him prrellyh- onorable In all uuilnraa tranmctlona and Sinai sally able to carry out any obligation made 1 their firm wvaT A Tares yholesle TollOlo IVAIUIXII ElliS AS A Inns Wholesale lru tile Toledo Ohio Halli Catarrh Cure It taken latcroillr Bell Irrctly upon the blood and mucous sarfares of Ihl iHeia IrkeTSc per bottle Sow by all drurf Ists Teenmoulalstres Haifa Urally Illlt are the best BLOOD lsIt yooerar contracted soy bloats disease you are over safe mile V Vrtis or poison hn ten traillcaicd fni Ijcaya tm At times you aee aiarmibg ijmp tome bill Uc In hoped no sorlomrenlti will follow Have 7011 any of the follow log nymplomn Sore Throat ITlcernotl the TODeeor in the Mont Hair Falling Oat Aciiinf Paint Itcblneit of the Skin Sores or lllotchca on tho IloJjr Ejen Red and Smart Djripepllc Stomach Sexual VeaknMn Indications of the second stage Dont trust to luck Dont ruin your yyitcai with the old fogy treatment mercury and potash which only sop presses tho symptom for a tine only to break oat Spain vbeu happy in donieitlc lute Pont let quacks exieilment u you Our NVv Method Treatment In cnaran tJ to rare yon Our cn =loII are bdt ti bauk bonds that tlic dIll van will nCTer return Tbovnands of pitlinta kayo been already cured by our twentyie3rsup a IO cure cumlKldsty end Ulaiider Dltcaiei and all dlv a ej peculiar to men and women iCUp5S GUARANTEED Pree Book Free If write for question blank IDRBKERGAN 649 VaJnui Street CINCINNATI OHIO To The Democrats of Lincoln COUtLy At ameotingof the Democratic County CommlUIMI held In Stanford Kj on Mon da y Jan IT 1001 the following roHOlutlnna werc adopted ordering ii primary election to lx hold on Saturday the 10th day ot- Inrch 1001 to nomlnHlodomocrntlccnndl dllOol for Iount ottlcos to be votoi for nt- the XovemherellcUonl001 RESOLVED Int That u primary election he held In the various voting precincts In Lincoln county on Saturday t day fit March next between the hours of u RlIII 4pm for the purpose of nominating nilldutos for the following olllcos to bo ted for at the regular November election IDOl to wltt County Judge County Clerk Coullty Attorney Sheriff Jailer County ipermtondent of Schools County Surveyor isessor for tho County roller Justlcnof the Peace mid Constable In each of tho four magisterial dlstrlctx of LlnMln county ItrsotVED 3d That each person desiring 10 become a candldato nt said primary election for any of the olllces hereinbefore namM shall on or before 12 oclock noon- cn the let day of March 1001 notify tho airman of County Comrnltjca of hits tcntlyn to become a candidate and pay to- eth Treasurer of this committee the full nmonnt of tho assessment required of each ndldato to defray the neccswiry proper expenses of holding said prima r olet on IlnsoivrD 31 That at said prlmaty clec- lion nil persons ptssessing the nurussary IIal ualincAtlons of voters who aro democrats and will feel In honor hound to Slip- port the nominees thereof without reforatico to any questions about which democratH Itave littered In State or nutlona lltlcs IIro ordlllIy Invited are oxpeej and lire IJlltltlrd to vote In said primary election JlKsorvrn Ills That all minors who are democrats and who will l ccomo of no be- foro tlio November election inol and pro 11000 to support the nominees thereof nre clltlliod to voto In said primary election llrMUVEn 5th That each candldato for th following olllces shall pay tho following amoulltlln order to have his namo printed PIlOn the ballots and to be voted for ut said wary election Count Judgo glo Sherllf 15 00 only Attorney 40 00 uaty Clerk 4000- uiity Superintendent of schools 40 00 sossor 011l1er 1500- prmpntntlv tar tho County S 00 tKsoivEH Glh That said election shllll ho held under and conductudln strict lIecJrdanco with tho laws of tliU Oommon alth regulating and controlling the call- iJnct of primary elections W nmicir 0 WAIIHEK- Bfcr tary Chairman FOR SALE Small of IG acres with trice coUnlO nnd young orchard all In grass lrlco5 Vail on or address J V OAS II May wood tty PRUITT BROS MOm LUm KY Keep on hand at all times Splendid AfJ cortmcnt of- Also tFcrRNflcr E1 Undertalcers Supplies Collins Cnske Livery Stnblo in COIIDect on D Sa Carpenter HUSTONVlLtE KY hiss secured thq agency for Peering 11a chines and und tho Chattanoo Disc 3 or 3horso Turning Plow loarmena are requested to call and see this plow which U tho greatest Invention of the o Agent for Capitol Wagons aud llaioldei Cistern Kilter OLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgo O Ycathcrford has a contract tor FULL CONTROL Atoll SALK of Old Mock Wills ky In Huston llle Ky- II 0 MOCK DanTlllc Ivy NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUnSSSttTPrn JUNCTION JCITV KV llrstOIa Turnouts at Reasonable Kate Special Attention to Traveling Mon Grain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror I incnstcr j Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splcndt table Everything firetclaBa Porter moot all trains 89 E R DILLEIIDANVILLE KY Manufacturer of PP ICKAn- dDealer In Lime Cement c o Write For lrlces Farmtrs Rollsf Mills BTAMFOaoKT Morris Fred Pror I have bought the Carter Straub Mill tho west end ot Stanford and am supplptil- lt with new machinery of the molt modern nalco In about two weeks I will be readj to supply the public with the best of Flour Moll Sbipstuff Chicken Feed Etc Having had dealng with n greed many Inroln county people while ran this E hango In Stiinfood I feel that they know nough about my honesty to give ire a pe- rIrnatleaatofibeir atronugoFullwulghl and the very best wll bu m motto stud I will adhere strictly to It I need your pa ronago nod sincerely hope to merit ro elve It Kutoembur the plnco Carter k traubs old mill MOltnlS 1IIRI Stanford incoln County National Bank Capital StockUlflOO- QOucnwortoTbrFannenltank A Trust Cumjian and under samv inanaipintnt rontlDu- ouily for 29 Year Solicits Your Baxilt Account ioflng inch builnnw relation will pray mutes Ij boaeflclal and plea 1111CTOIIS J J Williams JIOwlley SriJN Ieo A W Carpenter W II Uuinmln J 1SHShanki J F Cub J lJ OwilcT OFFICERS 5 H Sbanbireablcntt J Uwilcy Cathlcr W M llrixht Awl Cashier IRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Vital Stock J100000 Surplui 117633 6J ThllntllntJon originally elabltbed u the Ve poalUlaok ofStanford In 1858 then reorganized the National llank ofStanlord U 1863 andagali rganUed II the First National Hank ol Stsnfort n 1882 bat had practically an uninterrupted exltt InC tor years It U better supplied now wlU taelltttea for trantaclln business promptly and illythaniT rb oreln Iti long and bonoiab aroer Accounts ol Indlflduali fiduciaries idlniUTldualnollclUdDIHICTOXl F Reid Lincoln Co JW IlajdenStanfor S T lUnli BIf liaughman J SHocktr TPiHIll V1 Walton W A Tribble JU Colll rCrab OrchM M J MllUr MIYcrnon DElmore Stanford orricist J S Hoc cr Frnia nt J J Melloberlr Caibls GEO T ARRIS Of Oarrard Is a candidate for rcnomlnatlu for State Senator In this district compost of Lincoln Ciuey and Oarrard rout tie subject to the action of the Dlocratlc- parL CHAS L DAWES Is a candidate for tasessnr of Lincoln coui tj subject to the action ut tho democrat Itry J M CARTER Sr Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to tho action of the democratic pa ty J o McWSORTEII Ot Crab Orchard Is a candidate forAfer sore Lincoln county subject to the nctlon of tho democratic putty T J HILL Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic part M G REYNOLDS Is a candidate for As estorot Lincoln cou tjj subject to tho action of tho democrat party 91 S B4VGH9IANI- s candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to tho notion of tho democratic pa- nE W LILLARD Of Danville la a candldato for State Senate In this district ed of Lincoln Cas- eltoyleandOarrardcuuntiwsubject to tho action of SInUE lU OWENS lit candidate for Aeossor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Iktnocriitl party 11 F NORTH Is n eundldato to rnpr ent Lincoln Ownt In tho U ltlIRUIlIt1bj t w the action ot the Ihjjnocrntlo party W L IIERUIN- a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln eoMly abject to the actlaa ot UK dvnucraUc per ty J IJ RAINEB 1 a candidate for lira nomination of JaUr ot LtucoUi county subject to Ula actloa u be Dcmoemtle party Wai LANDGRAI I a candidate for AMMor of Unrolu tuna tyeubject to doritucratk urtlou TUALES II WRIGHT- st a candidate for AMowwr of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of the democrat arty JOHN C PElPLES- s candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couut object to the action of tho democratic par ty support Is solicited DINK FARMER- s a candidate for Jailer subject to the ao Ion of tho democratic party lie solicit your support GITS McCORMACE- s a candidate for AxoMorof Lincoln rolln tylbJlCt to tho action ot Ole democratic arty GEO A EURANKS 11 candldntu for Salter of Lincoln county Abject to the action of tho democrat arty JAMES T JONES- II candidate for jailer of Lincoln county MUbJwt to tho action of thu democratic par ty sifting Repairing I nm prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon Inllltc1I1Mrotrlo porloncvd men to do It mid work guariiD le1d You cnn have your old vehicle for very ItUlamoney J II OHBKU Stanford Ky POSTEDf hereby warn all pervonafmm trewpaulngon lilY arUi funny ter WM IAN1IUUAF Krlg rKy I also warn all iraon from trrupaiilnfc on my farlll on Iluck C whaierrr FuunNturuOltenhela- aKyADAMSFISTULACURE Manufactured by JW Adams k Co Lick U a guaranteed euro curo- for torsos and Ovules Fistula illcvll Swinney Scratches Saddle hails liard and Soft Enlargements QreaMV Heel Mumper Ac For cube W II ilcllob orts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey flherty U Thompson Klngsvllla A Caldwell Dunn Ilrosv IIry- antsvlllo Ky F It Compton Mllludgevli- ieo U Jetor Mlddlcbnrg Ky Oiuh k Oluro Turncrsvlllo J II VaohooW McKln ney EAZLEU HAYSU- WDERTAKEES ALsO DaAtuaSIN Furniture Blattin Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them a call Iriccs right STANFORD KENTUCKY z TUB Southern mutual investment GOOF 1 LEXINGTON KY 1 INS 3RANCE REVERSED 1rQ pay while you live Old Line Companies pay when you die Which do you profor f Over 300000 paid in Living BoncflU i Over 120000 Kescrvo and Surplus 00000 Paiil in faturities in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or E D Jcn ningtou Local Agts Stanford John Cr nISpecial Agent Bradfordsville Ky 000000000000000000000000000000000000 o 0 g 1 a 001g g o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky 8 o 0 o Stocks Bonds Cotton Gr Zn o gProvisions and Investment gIo Bought and Sold 0 0 001o or o oexecuted g 00booooooooob O Hank and Commercial Hoforonrrt Long OitUnco Telephone 010 O I I Sa H A C SNEItCONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY g I make close estimates on work andt Tmanshipwhom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here g I a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber LaW Shingles Etc j I will duplicate any prices offered afltr3 s i A1DrID t rA t CUT PRICES r On Overcoats And Heavy Suits W E PERKINS Kye 0 0 000 0 0 000 0 0 e ANNOUNCEMENT u Spring Summer 1901 I r represent 1AA11tG COM t ANY Chicago and cordially invite you to call for an inspection of their Superb Spring and Summer Qotlui Which comprise the choice productions of the worlds leading mills A es1l1IJcrcntiun bolus the Stamp of VALUE in material FIDELITY of workmanship full correctness in lita of theilItrade mottoThe Hest on Earth JAMES FRYB Hustonville Ky I Wi have nPu1 Lino of i Iii Pennys Drug Store iTKLKIHOXi NOJ KtNt1bvN tiv 011 N41Mti 11ti Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue toIMRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN CO I Contractors uoad IBaildersSTANFORD KY lIvu now n complete stockof Hullillng Mntorlnl Yellow fine Flooring Celling Doors Sash IIl1ndl und all Dressed and talllth Lumber Shingloi mid La cut Posts CWo make ostimatusun unyklldOf work wuutarluomeooppoaitel L U Cooks CZ3 I iy II