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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t L 1r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALs r = =sQOL XX IIS1ANFOItDL KY TUESDAY JANUARY 29 1901 9 A 11 NO 91 Bobbitt Deoltnos ClUli OIl IlAUII Jun 2Gfter it long lllenco I deem It my duty to an IIwer omo of iha numerous calla mado upon ino M run for county attornoy nod re jnseuntatlva wmo of wbloh uamn from ray friends ono of whom lithe ablo toniorlnl artist Dlakomoru Jwiip aye that when Bobbin runs at rab Orchard politics U dead Now t f should llko to run for and dlschargo I f thodutlc of both thcto olllooNthey r j arb nut Incompatible and I concede tho abl1lLv to discharge tho duties appcr lathing to tack upon this my friends vnnd I aro agreed and an tho parties arc so nearly divided In ihU county I do not see how either can win unless both iwrliea put mo on their tlckqu for about two of their belt utpces but If thoy think they can win without me j o ahead and thou after tbo election I can soy I told you 10 I would announce myself for county attorney but I could ufaotthink of opposing my frlond the grand ond lordly Helm I would an nounco for representative but could not think of opposing my friend notch 1bur and quasi relative Judge Buuhan an and thcroforo I slull remain a soil t tary passenger on the crowded baric that will plow lu way up Iho olaialo stream of Salt river after the primary olncllon But I dnalro to soy now to my frlcndi that I shall bo H candidate for ConJrC811In 1902 and itnowlai the Duo laratlon of Independence by heart and ar1ropeati preeldcntetson Monroe John Quincy Adams Andre Jaokson Crud Martin Van IJuren und with tho resolutions of 1703 cm t broldored with classic quotations from flower Horace Eurlpldos OJHIBD Goethe Cowpor Chaucer Tennyson Jopc Dryden 1ollock Shaketpoaro Hyrou Grey Milton and a host of othcra and knowing Coins Financial School by unto I um a hula curious to know who will bavo tho temerity loop- poa mc and shall take much pleasure In going a hundred miles to hear the joint discussion between UI I hope the two parties can get along this year In their county race without me nil I am now very buy thin winter sharpening all of ray tool to cut and how every- thingi before mo In tho Concessional race that will occur In November UK Should have opposition then It will only show tnat tiltS poet was right when ho Bald Fools rush In where angel daro not tread Woll I must close and betake myself to book on the race for Congress till which I say t Farewell my friends farewell my foe My peace with these my love with those FONTAISK Fox HOIIIIITT t CHURCH MATTERS Rev ltuesel II Conwoll of Phila delphia has baptized over 1000 con verts Hov II N Fuulconor was oallod to e bo tho pastor of tho First Presbyterian church Tuesday by one of tho largest s congregational cooling eer scon Tho vote was unanimous Ha has preached hire as n stated supply for ono year mind bU earuions have beon spiritual able Instructive and Interest log The chtiruh bae been blessed un dor hU ministry nillsboro 0 Cart Enquirer Rev S S During ono of the oldest ministers of tho Kentucky Conference M K Church South died iu his homo at Nlcholaavlllo Sunday morning at 0 oclock llled 8ft years Ho wan tho lather of lien Daenng foupdor of tho Lox Ington Transcript and undo of Rev Jno II Dcorlng of layette Ho organized the Ucerlng Camp Ground at Iarks Hill In Nicholas county also tho ono at High Bridge Ills remains wero burled at NlcholB vl1lo Monday A IKOMINENT OHIOA GO WOMAN- HlEAKS Irof RoxnTylcrof Chicago Vice Press dent Illinois Womans Alliance In speak logof Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I Buffered with a severe cold this 1ti winter vhich threatened to run into pneu monia 1 tried different remedies but I teemed to grow worse and the medicine i upset my stomach A friend advised mo to try Chamberlain Cough Heujcdy anti 1 found it was pleasant W take und it ro lieved mo at once I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors bill time nod suffering and I will novur bo without thin splendid medlclmt again For l1o by Cnilg Hocker By tho Queens uxprusned desire elm will bo given military funeral It will take clam Fob 2 nt Windsor The body will bo removed from Oaborno t llouso on the night of tho lt and will reach London tliutjoxfrinornlng Thou It will bo convoyed under elaborate escort across tbo city and sent to Wind sor Au Interesting ceremony W1llor formed In London whan tho heralds entered the city Hml im jl Iruuu tho new King t A lauiu shoulder is uaunlly c tuned by rhoumathm of tbs muscles end may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber lalne Pain Balm For ale by Craig locker Druggists I k u j LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Several Kilrg of mules for tale W It rook Lancaster John Anderson bought a lot of bogs nf various pitrloH at 4 to lie Pine Itarfad Plytuoth Hock roosters for lulo HubortCarpontor Stanford Wheat looks worso than for years and tho farmers predict a vary poor crop flO yearling sane for sale overstock rd and want to soil W P Grimes Proaoberavllle Sweeney Morgan bought recently several car loads of hogs nt 4 to 4 and wants to buy moro J IL Roach bought of J F Bailey and James Green some shoats at io of Chiiruh Voagur II at IJc nndI Foil SALI Three Improved Jurtmy red bourn ready for snrvlco H Ilrouiiugh Crab Orchard Wanted four 100 to ISTipound black lierkshiro hogs two board und Lsvo saws for breeders John C Brown Walnut ItThomas a cash prlosj of ttfiOO for jtbu bet pair of high stapplo harness horsM exhibited nt the coming Boston Horse Show This tfaonth receipts of wattle at Chicago will reach about 250000 tho largest January reoclplfl since 1803 and 03000 more than two years ago W M Swnpo sold his crop of 10000 rounds of lobacoo at 10 eenta to Henry Ware It Is the highest pries that has boon roptirted at a home stile In Fayet- looentyLexington Democrat I The hOrM stock of tho United States has Inoraaied In value slnoe 18071150 000000 With something like 14000 OOJ horses lu the country this ropre sent an Improvement of about 313 a headOf the 51 trotters that have ohaogad hands In this country nt prloeo ranging from 120000 to 6128000 oaob 15 of theta were bred In Kentucky Dlroo tor 217 was the highest priced one selling fur 75000 Shelby HurbUon purchased a com bined harness borax of John B Mann of Morcor for 9210 C P Cecil Sr has sold his crop of 40000 pounds of hemp wo understand for 5410 per hundred Advocate LANCASTRK COOHT Trading was dull at Lancaster yesterday and only u few of the 100 or so cattlo at tho pens sold A few yearlings went nt 3 83 and a bunch of betters at He There was some demand for butcher stuff at 2i to 31c A number of mules sold at Sfl to 1120 Horses wero dull E P Faulconcr rented bill1IMaplo Shade Breeding Farm to T Mcrrl moo for 81000 Tho farm contains 15 acres and Is considered us good land aa U lit this county Ho also rooted bla Mount Air farm to isS Shanlhan on the share Both farms arc ut Paul concr Station Danville News- HUSTOVILLE Tho Red Mon dealro a full attendant Friday night Turn Foster has had his hair out Girls dont you wantu curl Mrs W B Bishop continued III but Is come bettor not able to bit out how over Tho steak of goods Bishop A Ros purchased of W C Groaning invoiced 5000lteeomathattboold bachelor club will have to fork up their S6 nub MOD as Indlontlon polo that way Sam Burton Is working In Llpps V LlpiwUC W Adams hat bought of I P Steele his stock of drugs und toilet ar tides und will continue u do business no the esiutru H M Wills no impersonator and mitorlalner held forth to small nu dlancoa Friday nod Saturday night ut Atoms opera house Mrs J Buughman Is still doing well and xvo hope on tho road to rucov- orv F BTwIdwcll has been laid up with tho grip for eovoral days Miss Anna Crow hasi returned after months visit to relatives and friends pointsGourohomo W S Dryo Is back from Southern Kentucky where he purchased several nice horses which will bo entered In Fuulconcrs salo ut Danylllo the 110th and 1st C W Adams tine purchnsltll1lY stock of drugs and toilet and I ba speak for him the patronage hitherto accorded to mo and I gladly recommend him to my customers us an hon eat and upright business roan who will appreciate any and all Uyor extended w him 1 F Steele Harry Lookrldgo has moved Into tho residence reconiiy occupied by Mrs oltyCaJolIyesterday from n visit to friends here Mrs J W Alton Is about tho same E C Hopper IB horo on a visit to im Dlilbopdrovemeet his daughter Mrs J H White Miss lennlo McKlnripy Is enrndhngsov oral days with Miss Mnry l amtf Miss Anns held U still with her sister Mrs J W Allen Miss Dot Camnll7 oUliil hOtiIuer WllthI j Terry Goodo Bro III Mrs H H Cam nltz U confined to her bed l IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Russell county hits two cases of genuine smallpox Marshall Mulllns a good citizen of Kockcustlo died last week The Shotwells wore Indicted ut Wll llamsburg for tho Corbin murders James Sparks exchanged his valua blo hotel property In London torn farm on Hockcastlo River owned by E J Knight was sentenced at Columbia to two years In tbo penitentiary for housebreaking This Is his third trip Tht L V N compromised with G Lcn Spaldingof Lebanon who was hurt In the wreck at Calvary by paying him 12000- Woodson Masters a prominent citi zen of Baldwin Madison county died from the effects of a stroke of paraly sis aged 72 years Near Manchester Jack Gilbert was shot and killed and Julius Webb who has a previous killing to his credit Is accused of the crime William Fields of Kayctte sold to Wm Barrlck of New York yearling colt by Wagner nod out of a tnaro by Harry OKallon for 2COO The case of Jim Dan Pope colored charged with tho murder of John Bak er hat beon continued until the next term of ulrouit court Advocate The ease of C A Halnoy charged with tho mallolous cutting and wound andogiven six months in jail at Danville- F B Crooke who attempted to end his life with morphine at tho Sang Ho ul in Cincinnati several weeks ago sled at homo In Richmond Friday or pneumonia JJ Carr bought the G W Cain corner on ltastrde of Public Square for 13000 The lot Is about 80 or 00 toot long and about 2ft feet wide Som crest Republican Oitunt of Albany Clinton couoy wool to the hone of Dave Neal and gate him orders to leavo and never roo turn and bp left lit onco for parts unknown Neal hud abused and whipped his wits P T Paxton u wellknown citizen of flarrodsburg who served two terms us county toiler was found dead on the roadside six miles from Harrodsburg Tho coroners jury returned a verdict of death from unknown causes Thcro Is no sense In Montlcello anti Burnsldb going off to themselves to pout just because Somerset has both small pox and open saloons These sort of luxuries are reserved for grown peoplo and little folks must not cry lor- everything they see Journal W W Goddard died at Harrodsburg of pneumonia in the S2d year of bill ago Uo was a loading farmer and dur log role long life amassed good fortune hoatdos making a reputation for honesty and fair dealing which made him a power for good In his communally The Mlddlcnboro Town and Lands Company will it Is said make a sum raqr resort out nf Mlddlesboro The company will build pike roads to the plane of Interest ereota largo number of Swiss cottages on Lake Thcrlmero und will make the town an Ideal place seekerseTbo city council of Lawronccburg were dissatisfied with tbo last census of the town as taken by government oUl dais and recently ordered a now count The enumerators report that 23io peo pie live within the city limits while the oniolals appointed by tho census bureau uould only find 1HOO people An offort will bo made to have tho last count male otliclal Joo Ellis an oil colored man from Altutnoni got off the train at Barbour villa with his throat cut almost from carlo car the wound barely missing the arteries in his neck and cutting his windpipe In two After Dr Burnslde dressed the wound Ellis said ho was Fernndalo In Boll county when n man wear lag a musk und carrying n dark lan turn seized him und cut him Ills as eullant then said ho was mistaken In the man and helped him out of the tun nol MATRIMONIAL David Holraan und Mlrs Capltola Slaughter of Crab Orchard obtained license yesterday to marry Thursday Mn ASH Mns WM R LETCHKK an nounco the engagement of their daugh tor Mary Coleman to John N Turner Jr of Canipballsvillo The marriage will be celebrated by u quiet homo xvcddlnc on February 27th with only tho relatives and near frldnds present Register J P Cox and l1il Dra the hand same daughter of Hon B B King of Morcland will bo married at 10 oclock this morning at her home by Eider B J Pinkerton The participants urn very popular young people who have u host of friends who wish them much hiippluuss They will live at Morcland Mlchaol Fanning was fatally shot in Now Orleans by his son who thought him a burglar t 0 LANCASTER Monday was county court day Miss Ethel Dunn gave a candy pulling Friday night Mr and Mrs J S Baugbmau arc both convalescent from un attack of tho grip Mr and Mrs A M Klonalrd tho bridal couple wedded on tho 8tb are here visiting tho grooms relatives This placo Is assuming city airs with two new vehicles u handsome bus and a fine carriage running to meet the daily trains The infant child of Mr and Mrs Givens Terrill of Paint Lick died after a short lilnco on lust Thursday aged 21 months Tbo Social und Industrial Club or ganized last week holds Its next meet log title afternoon at tho home Jf Mrs Joe Faulcooer Jr This town will follow the example of her enterprising sister city Stanford and bavo tbo streets properly named und houses numbered Cyrus Anderson sold six cattlo at 1o to Broaddus of Buckeye Sweeney Morgan shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a car load of shoats at from 4 to lie Mrs Charles W Friable and little daughter Gladys left Saturday to join Mr Frlttbio lu St Louis whore bo has secured a promising business position Mrs Isaiah Delaney of Sugar Creek died Thursday of measles after only u short Illness Shin loft live children the youngest an Infant seven months of ageMr and Mn Cox residents of the Falls Lick road vicinity nod tholr nine children have all been down at the same time with the prevailing epldom le measles An orchestra has recently been organized In this city with 12 talented musicians as membsrs four young la dies und tbo remainder gentleman Proprietor Long of tho Garrard Is di rector Miss Eliza Ludk county superintend ent la solicited not only by the public school teachers but by a host of friends to put her name before tho democratic committee for renomlnallon ill Ise Leek Is said to be unsurpassed in election coringM Hughes la a candidate for po lice judge subject to any action that may bo taken by the democratic com mittee lIe U a staunch and Indefati gable worker for the democratic party end has reason to expect their consid eration Dr Kennedy professor of the mag netic healing treatment and only a re cent resident of this placo wont to Nlcholasvlllo Sunday whcro ho was united In marriage to MUs Carmine Davis They will take rooms at the New Garrard Miss Salllo Smith a member of Mr Samuel Spoonamoros family and a Mr Sutton of tho same neighborhood drove to town Thursday and were join ed In the holy bonds of matrimony at tbo Baptist parsonage Rev J H Wooiford performing the ceremony Thompson Saunders aged 43 year died at his homo at Buckeye on Sunday night Ho bad suffered for some days excruciatingly of lockjaw and death came to him da a great relief EIo was a son pf James Saunders and leaves aI VUo and several children Interment hero Monday MaryBrightMisses Thompson Messrs Samuel Miller of Carlisle Pa and John Shu gars of Shlpponsburir Pa are visit Ing W S Sbugars and family MlMes Latlmcr of Nicholasvlllc are with friends In this vicinity The railroad enthusiasts are much encouraged over the liberal contrlbu tlons that aro daily being subscribed Tho citizens of Garrard are thoroughly awakened to tbo Importance of secur lpg tho Louisville Southern extension and feel confident that within 18 months this county will enjoy thp advantages of another railroad Mr Jacob NewjnnQ a well known farmer and Baptist preacher of the Upper end of tho county died Friday and the burial took place In tho cemetery here Saturday Several weeks ago Mr Nowland punctured his finger with a thorn and In a fow days the whole hand was much Inllamed from which blood poleonlng soon followed Ho was about 70 years old and belong ed to the Lincoln county relationship of Ncwlands The shooting of John Stalls of Joe amine by Dlllnrd Llttroll of the Buckeye section of this county and tho surrender of Llttroll to Marshal D Turner and his subsequent removal from this place to Nlaholasvllle by the ahcrllT of Jessamine was the result so says rumor of what was first Intended cs a jest Stotts was Indebted to Lit laughingiyalreadyInmuch whlekybecameterribly Inflamed with anger his pistol and fired five times two shots taking effect ono In the head and one In tho aide Stotts U not paid to bo In dangerous condl Lion and declares ho will kill Llttroll 03 eight fcr throuoh the prhon ban u A Breathltt county man was shot and killed while reading a newspaper If it was tbo Loulsvlllo Post or Dispatch ho was reading ho who did the shoot lag will bo acquitted by any Kentucky jury Glasgow Times yTu J T JOHNSON 1 Scientific Optician Is At The Verranada Hotel And Will Remain Until Saturday Fib 2nd Examination Free Artificial Eyes a Specialty F ifTHEWORSfopWINT R INItir Is Yet To Come r II JII i Prepare yonrsclf for it by Purchasing an Over coat or a Suit at The Glober1heyrc going nolrE- 13i 1nt Reduced Prices W ii We arc closing out our line of Mackintoshes t at Cost to inale room for u new stock JJ EJ IT PAYS TO TKADIAT l llJl t rfJ THE GLOBE rMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing III E1t ifYour money back If yonro not satisfied rj t lifJ mILLER HIBSDH DanviIIaJfSuccessors to J L Frohman p = i It Still Continues Our Cost Price Sale of Suits Overcoats and Odd Paijts Is lejustsooner the better na wo have not much time before our spring stock arrives We me n biisiiuJS anti time prices wo aro making will suit tho goods t I It Costs Nothing to Look And nut much to buy Come and see and save money CUMMINS McCLffRY Bucket Pump Mnd Wa ter Purifier I It Is time simplest devicojfor rainiiiB water It is the easiest to adjust to any well It is very durable It works easiest It will not freeze It has none of time objections common lo pumps HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford New Goods New FmIai And Every Day Is rtorjjain Day Where You Find E eryt ing Perfectly Fresl And you havo a Nice New Stuck to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Giods delivered promptly Call aud us WIW AUNDERB S S CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street t c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u E C WALTON PiE IfUNTIIiS TilE rumor goes rouud the circle tbat 4thedemocrats l who were given job by exCollecufr Yerkes will be prompt ly oed let us add on our own autborlty properly fired by Collector Denton 10 a reasonable time after hIs InductIon Into office Thi friends and personal acquaintances of the now commlt910ner dam for him a healthy backbone a good deal of perpendicularity a proper share of personal and political Integrl tyand tbat which naturally follows these traits and qualities a decided hostility to bribery and a overelsn contempt for a renegade It nay be this reputation or It may bo some tIee aratlon of Judge Denton wo do not as sumo to know oc say but tho one or the other has caused a fluttering In the ranks of the plchuntcra who grabbej at the bate thrown out by Mr Yerke8 For this class Judgo Dentou owolns J the qualities of an upright contletn can havo but the slightest if any reo spect Ha knows us Yerkes knows as i the pie hitnters themselves know that these renegade democrats were bought It Is useless to veil the transaction In euphemistic words It was a case of- bargain and sale as clearly understood aa if one had said to the other I will make you a stlll house watch if you will vote the republican ticket and tho other had responded I accept your proposition These purchased entia men are now all atrerablo Judge Den- tont was not a party to this contract He is eatd to be a man wbo would not make approve or condone such a con tract His personal honor his political integrity his regard for tho merlto ous service of his own party followIng his courteous obligations to frlen who have hitherto helped to advancl his interests all forbid the belief that a traitor evcq to Judge Demons poll cal enemy will find favor ID his sigh A short while after Benedict Arnold had deserted the rebel army and jolnld the British an American olllcer met an English oitlcer under a llaz of truce when the former asked the latter what thestingllsh people thought of Arnold Too Briton promptly responded They i + accept the treason but despise tho tral tor Commissioner Yerkes accepted tbe treason Commissioner Denton will deprive the traitor But the ple bun ers will not bo abashed If the grazlc gets short on the republican common be will hunt a low place in the demo cratjc fence and try a leap Into demo cratlc pastures We assure hIm ho Is not wanted His room Is better than hlscompany Our arrangements arc made to dispense with the COIL pan Ion ship and vote of every scoundrel wbo SOLD OUT FOR PLACE Olt MONEY SEEING no doubt that ho has no chance for the seat In the U S Senate which It already has been decreed that Gov James B McCreary will fill Clifton J Pratt announces that he will file sun In tho appellate court asking the tribunal to out Attorney General n J Brccklnrldge to whom the conte board Issued certificate Judge Pratt r attorney T L Ivlelcn has asked for a transcript of the record of the lower court and says the case would bo filed la time for the April term Judg Brccklnrldgo is losing no sleep over the effort to steal hIs ofllnc bellevin that right will prevail and that Prat will get left TilE telegraph tolls us that Campell ono of the quartet of murderers of th Patterson N J mill girl has utterl collapsed though there Is little cause for surprise In the announcement A three weeKs bridegroom wbo would en gage In such an outrage has a badly seared conscience but tho fellow is toc young to have had It entirely oblltora ted Remorse over the act and the knowledge that his young wife is try ing to have the marriage bonds whlol bind her to a convict uunderad would we think drive even a lend Incarnate tttocollapse and death TilE amount of capital and labor now devoted to electrical Industries la almost fabulous An export says that 1100000 persons are employed and he dIvided up tho Investments In this fashion Street rail wavs 81800000000 llgtUlng 1200000 telephony 300000000 tale grapby 250000000 mining power transmission and plating together 8250000000 manufacturing apparatus 150000000 and automobiles and stun aze batteries 25000000 This Is close to 81000000000 and id probaly twice as much as Europe has put late the same lino of business TllKrtK le but one survivor of the 3511 Congress that convened in 18IDA J Harlan of Savannah Mo Ho was elected from the llth Indiana dlstrlc and served two terms Later be ro moved to Dakota where be was speaker of the Hoiise of Representative Mr Harlan who Is now 85 years old but still an active man has lived in Savannah since 18U3 Chairman Alllo Young of the demo cratic State central committee says he will go to Covln ton soon to try to make peace between the PUlbmll ton factions 4 h MR BRYAN liasnt favored us vtth a copy of his CoTJinonor but we take Editor Woodsona statement as true that It Is such A good thing that the reader orloaTfor more of it and that Mr Bryan will at least have to double its size to satisfy his subscribers Tho editorials of thn Commoner have tbe merit of remarkable brevity and cover nearly every subject ol general Interest at present lu Mr Bryans strongl rounded sentences The paper makcil no pretense US a chronicler of neiI but as an exponent of democratic sen tlment and as a defender of JelTerilon Ian principles it hopes to make Itself useful It nevertheless carries a run ntng commentary upon all that Important that Is going on In the world We daro say the Commoncr will acquire a very largo circulatIon and exert a great Influence upon publle thought WE had occasion some time ago to remark that the present generatIon would not live to ECO the end of tbe bank stamp business Contrary to expectations tho House voted to repcal the law but the Senate decided the It la bettor to reduce the tax on beer cil- a ra tobacco patent medicines etc than to give the people a relief from licking stamps and of course the House irlll have to concur The reduction of the tax on the luxuries and unncce8sar des named will not benefit tho consum sr In the least It Is made solely to lelp those who helped to elect the party In power and it must not bo charged that the republican party laungratc It always remembers favors and at tbe expense of the great common people Tim law requiring messengers to arry tho electoral vote to the Capital Is both expensive and foolish It could just as well bo sent by mall certaInly by express at very little cost wherea8 It now requires many thousands of dol Jara The constitution provides that icse messengers shall be paid at the rato of 2jc per mile going and comic wblch gives the messenger from tbe SLIlto of Washington a cool 2000 and as ho doubtless rode on a railroad pass be has a nice little sum to lay up for a rainy day Some patriotic member of ongress should forco a reform In the latter PEOPLE who witnessed Queen Vie rlas coronation are bobbing up allover the country and appear to be a8 numerous as the oldest Mason and George Washingtons body servant A number too arc claiming to be rela- thes of the dead queen now that she In no condition to dispute them ITS an ill wind that blows nobody good Somerset Is all broke up over smallpox but on account of that opl demlc the Somerset Journal Is Issucd miweekly and its readers are gcttli just twice as many treats as they formerly did Let it como that way all the- time Brer Campbell POLITICAL Pulaski republicans will hold a prl- mary Apr1113- Tho republicans of Jackson county wll bold a primary April Elder John S Sweeney hug bolen nominated for postmaster at Paris Prohibitionists havo nominated tIcket for county olllces In Hardin A bill was Introduced in the VirgIn ll Legislature providing the death penalty for whltacappers The Indiana Senate passed tho bll Htltutlng electrocution for hanging a8 tho death penalty It Is believed the- bll will become a law Commissioner of Internal Hevcnu Yerkcil has given permission for the establishment of a general bon ed- ware house at Paducah Senator Gibson may introduce a resoI- UttoD in the Indiana Legislature do- mRndinl of Our Durbin the gurremls of ugltlvea W S Taylor and Charles Finley to the Kuntucky authorities iy a vote of 133 to 100 the Houai u cad to the conference report on the- army bill In the conrstof the speech waklnjl Mr Hull gave Shutter orjdt Cor the Santiago oiuipalgn one of thi latest planned and fought ID an a e After 17 lays of work the Indian lleldturo has pawed only one bill Senater Stlllwell threatens to embu- rras the rdiubllcans by offering a resolution Instructing Gov Durbin to 8ur- render Taylor and Finley to the Ken tuck oniclals The pro plet of an extra session of- CouareU Is being seriously Jlscuseei t Washington Tho president la said to have canvassed the subject with i fe Senators It Is the opinion that If a special meeting la called the Pblilp- pine question will b j the prlnclpa business to be considered Gen Jobn B Castleraan of IJoul- svlle who was In the city Thursday said when asked who will be eluded United States Senator I expect It- wilt be exGov James B McCreary He appears to havu the lead In that dl- rectlon and U a good man Ho hns- worked faithfully for the partyLpx Inltol1 Democrat James Walden of Whltley was shot Bnd killed while sitting by the fire reudln his Bible George Mays aged 14 an1 colored wa given three years for shooting bit- teacher In Whltley CI Boden a Joliet III 6aloon- keeper swallowed his false teeth and dIed from the effects l The Senato substitute for tbo 1 revenue bill as It passed tho house bas been reported Taxes arc reduced on cigars tobacco buerproprletary modl does insurance bankers and capItal and the special tux on commercial ore ift repealed The tax on bank checks Is restored Among the stamp taxcs repealed arc those on promlslory notes mortgages telegrams and ox press and freight receipts NEWS NOTES Mr Carnegie asks 200000000 for hIs steel plant- The Hcd Men of Versailles will build a handsome opera house A Y Hardin aged 20 commlttcd suicide by shooting In Louisville Gov Nash of Ohio has taken tepa to prevent the JuffrlcaKuhlln boxlns contestRobbers opened a grave at Pnrker burg W Va and took jowelry from dead body Baron Wilhelm von Rothschild vho was the head of the banking Urn of that name Is dead At Lexington Richard T Nuent hot and fatally wounded William Ma lonoy a grocer and ealoonkeopo Au Incendiary fire at Franklin de itroyed two large stores aid caused other damages Involving a loss of 22 00The Franklin county grand jury hilI ndlctcd 31 private corporations for allure to report to the auditor for as- essroenl of franchise tax Queen Victoria felt an estate valued at from 50000000 to 800000000 ana minces Beatrice is expected to be the riccipal beneficiary under the will Despairing of escape from olUcers seekIng his arrest for wife murder John H Gordon committed suIcIde near Luckoy Tenn by cutting his throat Mrs Nations nerve seemed to fa- lbel at Hope Kansas and sho loftwl 0111 smashing tho saloons the two pro rletora escorting her to the train one- un each arm The Warren Deposit Bank of BoI Inig Green will shortly sue the bonlls men of former cashier L H Porter on accouot of alleged shortage of S 40 IJO- his accounts During the past week Jov Bcckhi has rejected more than 50 applicatIon for pardons A number of thcto wero from corporations lined for failure to report to the auditor Icon John G Carlisle was sued for 2000 damages In Now York by u cabdriver whom be caused to be a arrest cd OD the charge of stealing a sealskIn capo belonging to tins Carlisle Circuit Judge Hodge of Newport- sent E L Uawca a reporter for a Cov Intton newspaper to jail for 12 bOUNI for contempt of court In criticising tho judsel disposition of a law suit In examining the trunk of the lato ilS A Forbes at Ashland pr Sam uel Forbes A H Berry and J II- Wado found a sack containing Sl00 Iold 12110 currency and some chang Engineer 0 N Garr charged wltb runnIng over and killing Cyrus Man nln surrendered to the authorities at rehead Ho was bound over to tho- circuit court in the sum of3000 whk be readily gave During a friendly boxing match In one of the Harvard dormitories between a young man named Crane of- nOton and George 11 Unsworlh sopbomore the former received knockout which resulted In hIs dcall Grant county friends of E K WIUoi tbo lawyer accused of causing Iary- Olodl1 death by a criminal operation havo forwarded to Joy Becknam a pe- tItion for WlUona pardon A remonstrance has been sent from Laun county Cleveland capitalists announce that theywill construct a doubletrack elec trlc railway from Louisville to La- grane and possibly to Frankfort The co t Is expected to be 125000 and they say that the road will be ready for bus- Inees by next summer Col A A Powell of Texas wa Hag a river in a buggy near tobaD- OO Junction when the horses were- awep oil their feet but his oxtraordl nary height saved him from drownlni for as he could not swim he stood In the water until rescued 10 an encounter with tnoonshlnara 01- 1Elkborn C ck on the lino batweon- Pike and Letcher counties Deput Unlicrl States Marshal Holllfiold and- Simon Combs were were killed Bloln Combs was captured and probably kill cd and Ambrose Amburgy wounded An amended bill was tiled in ch 8n- eery court at Nashville In the proceed- Inlrs to enjoin the Issue of bonds to th Nasbvllle Florence c Northern railroad Allegations are made that tho- bond proposition was carried In the recent election by deception and mlsrep rWlentatlonlbe son of Joseph Lay of Pa- dl1cab Is dead It was born two week OIQ without ton uo or roof to Ita- mouth and physicians who were called In pronounced It the strangest freak of Its kind that ever clime under their observation Not being able to swallow It Carved to death Mrs William Cromwell of Frank fort secretary of the Goobel Monument Fund being raised by tho women of tho State has made a report show In that there has been collected by- them 511033 and that after the pay- meDt of all expense accounts there reo- maIDs ID tho fund 13183011e Claude Klucude wets accidental shot and killed In Wood lord county Firn ICW clues of smallpox devoid cd at Somursui during the past week Near Mlddlctboro Hill Poplin age l0 shot and perhaps fatally wouod John Evans who had had a light wllh Poplins fathe- rResidence For Sale Or Rent A very drilrnbto rcIiloneo of ton room nucoMnrv outbuIltllnB Iniludln Ice hou o nntl DUkblit with Inrgo Kurtlon nt ached Thu property Ii centrally locntc In llu tonvlllo oII Ion clvu at onci For terns npply to 311ss V Logan llui loiiYllleor UktouU Ivy Paper Hanging And Painting 4 Pro me beturo you let your painting 1llernndllOcan buy it In town nlld hang It nt do lrbolt will do painting In proportion A work IulrIItJ J J Stnnfonl K PREACHErJSVILLE INSTITUT- E1ltIL0iIElt3lI1LE KY The first nes lon of this school will Opel Jan 1001 Our verso of study IsaS cum pieta on that found In the lilg Including kitchen gnrdenandktnder- gartcn In tha primary dcnartinunt Tit common school Higher SUtlio miles Hclonco and the lllblo For further partlculnrx address J O Mel Er IrlnelMl PRUITT BROS MOIIKIANI KY Second Hand Buggies and Surreys Bheap I Dire iu a pall and le convinced FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE v STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mules constantly on hand and torlllie at Ml times W Logan Wood Manager COAL SALT I will have my coal bins cotnnletcsl by- Oct and will keep On hand thrvu grndra ot tho btt coal also anit and I will Mill t merchant by wagon load at a very smelt nrgln Will continue tn pay the hlKhcvt prlcl Hickory Spoke Btnrrnnna lliinlliic Good and Groceries at rock bottom Irlc- Olvc me a trial and I will save you money II H KINO Mme tlxn Kr Ue Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A S PIUCE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Ofle oT Mcllolwru Drug Stars In ths Ovtler HnUdlng RaA JONESDENTIST Stanford Ii Olllce over HigRirm A Mclvlnnejr8 Stor Telephone No 48 F Drs Slaving PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will lie In Danville Monday WtdnllJay sad Friday Will lo In Stanforl Tiimlir Thur l yi and SI unUj Otn la the lnnlngtnn ItnllMnn Stanford Ut acehn9ta12a1ItoIrUOSTEOPATHY ThlWeorlelnated sad dsyaiosI y IIr T HUH of Klrmtlll Mo 111 145 Ml On wlBclplworAiulamroit rnrriolofy Iu rt rubbly- nesurydaloperatknanJdduS hiy sups InstalOtaopathyMnran Maniiohlm efn many part Iu kryuoU Vbn all parts miniroperljr adjuiiwt soil not grmrorktO health U the rewilt Soceof the dliwawit IrMtrd by ut NrrroiM Prtalrillon llrwliiclies neuralgia IttMumttlMn Cnlarrh Weak OranulaUil Ililn loltrc iltart Urrr and IUOK IUae Oonitlr ll n llln l Iroatrsl all Stom sch and Inlellnsitronbb UMtae ol ne sdJ- oIn1tpln4Curvature5 lll loe tloni8tlirjolnt Iaralrila In e or Urine Lecenioior Alas la Fcuiala UlaMuet a specialty Contultatloa Free J+ G+ 1YccbMY TJNDmRC AItEa Manufacttirorniul Ucnlcnrln BAllNESISADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky B ORRT GUTr INS EICWC ESAT TH- ELOUISVILLE STORE Grand Clearance Sale rtoaiis great Bargains in Dry Goods Notions Shocs anti Clothing to make room fill aII83KG SrIKNG S1ItK I a pieces all wool Tress gooks price 2c now loc i pieces dross goods wore loc now 12c 5 pieces wool dress goods were 50e now meI10pieces outing cloth 10 foal 12Je now Sic- I pieces outing cloth price Sic now i5i f t pieces loans 200 now 18e 2 pieces Jeans The now 12c 2 pieces of 12e leans now 9cI10 prices of lOc and 12ic CantonFlannel now Je Ladies anti Misses Seamless Ulk Hose worth lOc at no 10 dox heavy lleecelined hose worth 20o now only IQs i hens hung cotton sucks lOc grade 2 pithS for IHc Bed ticking Oc 10in crash idea 17in nil linen clttBh 50ILot of Comforts foul Blanker go regardless of cost Lint of ladies fine shoos 2 to froml to 150 qnali ity will go as long as they Inst at G2c Iy Big reduction in Indies ready mule dross Big hargains in childrens capes tihhtstliens and ladiosglovos cut half 5nwo CapesO- ne lot of LxdlMt Cloth Onpw that we told at f and tl UTiclotliiKOUt price 48o One lot ladles Cloth Capri f I 60 and 12 quality will lie uloscd at lido nntl II A few 250 plush capes twill clwe at fl26 Mens Overcoats Now Is your spans for a chest cant Mens 110 00 Cost cut tOMn OS 8 00It 4 os 7 0to S 03 to S 00 8 00 3 IJIt 10S 1 fi 1414 an fl8 J 43 r Caps sic will bo doted Thousands of other Heavy J Anti hens Louisville Store KENTUCKYBoys Furniture A Nice t 1 Now Hugs I1nll Wiill Pnpcr juif lt to Itnrjria yIII MONtY SAVED IS SO LOOK AT STANFORD W0 W SOIIlBthing New I IT WILLvMAKE HARD WORK EASY CALL Arm SEE IT IT WILL PAY YOU GEO H FARRIS1 CO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANIOUD KY JAN 20 1001 Quit prescription work In unsurpass PennyDrugI PERSONALS Mn J 11 Bnum lit tick MHH JAMBS MUIIUKN h very with grip Mlis J W PritniN and eon Lloyd are both Da Uiiocif of London U with Dr H J Drown Iultetmembers of Mr John II Knglo IPIVtfamily are III FANNiE Don of Lancaster U wttlrMreJ1VFranoler11E U Ilelra of the Welf End livery Ill SomoletIparents ut l CIKUANI KASTIAND of Louisville spent Sundwltb tbo bomefolk hero IlL IIUDUItI back from Atlanta where bo sold two car loads of mule at SOO Miss ANNIE EVANS BKKJHT of Dan CariW II ntUKtv of Louisville spent several days with his parent at Crab Orchard Mlle L M WI1 TIIIIIUU and eon William Sheridan have both boon quite ISllral1 Crime C P GKAINUHll brother of Mrs Samuel Wllhltc Is a candidate for mayor of IouUvllleH- rKDROK HAIIKY it back from IU well N M ealliital that Stanford It the boat place on earth JOHN DUCIIANAN of the Courier Journal fcpoal icvaral days with tbo homofolkt at Crab Orchard GAIT W U KIIMIY who used to- rwn on oho K O It doing nicely in tbo tranifor business In Paduuuh On J T JOHNSON a scientific optl clan Is at the Veranda Hotel Ho makes examinations tree of charge MK JOHN G LYNN win leave in a tow days for Chicago whero ho expects to make hit future home Danville Now JUROR P G WILLIAMS the ben county judge In the mountain was hero Friday with hit brother M C Williams Mn JOIN S HiuiiKH of Wet Point mingling with his many friends hero Ho looks like his new home It using him pretty well WALTKK SAUNDKIW left Saturday for Temple Texas to work as 1 tale graph operator Ho le a line young man and will make his mark In railroad circlet eoran day MK WILLIAM HAMILTON leaves today for Klngtvlllc Canada to vltll his father His wife who Is leernln tho jewelry business will attend to th o toro wbllo ho Is away Ma HENRY T WILKINSON nnd wife of Motcow Mills Mo are visiting hi brother Kd Wllklnton There ar eight of the Wilkinson brothers and five of them are barbers SAt amts HALL has tyhpold lover W W Wright and wife are on a vla to Parksvlllo and other points J W Doono and wife of Maywood are hero visiting their daughter Mrs JurnoM HIckles Ml Vurnon Signal LOCALS SPKCTACLUS at Craig fa Hockure JOIN the Uncle llamua club as hoar tho Wonderful Huby Story LPAVH your order for a good set handmade harness J C MoClary lift to for Kmbrold rles nod Laces You will sad jutt what you want iTiiuiti will bo hold here Thursday an examination for those desiring to graduate in the common school course Finn AT DANVILLKIIlro tvhlo broke out In the Danville Steam Laundry at oclock this morning destroyed r tbo fixtures of It the fixtures of tho Ice plant and U It Gentrys butcher shop Tho buildings wore badly damaged EDITOR LANDKAM of tho Lancaster Record and Robert L Davidson a young attorney of that place havo fornuvlnrcul estate ugency If YOU have n home farm real estate lin t proved or unimproved that you want to dispose of lot theta toll It for you Miss ANNIR McKiNNUV has yielded to the wishes of her legion of friends to mako tbo race for tho democratic nomination for school superintendent and her announcement appears elsewhere She hUll had considerable ox perience In tbo school room nnd has been very successful as a teacher Mls McKlnneya folks are all democrats and she would vote that ticket If tbo lawa of Kentucky would let her Thor oughly qualified and a most excellent lady she would make a superin tendent and site bas many friends who hope to sec her hold that olllco JUST opened a barrel of line Krout Warron Shanks toUnoluSaw Dress Goods Glogbauie and Iercaleijuitoptnwl J P Jouei BlUm Foes ahnntla but Bier Itabblt bags the game IIUnelo Ilc mus Mil SIt COOK has lost his fine dog brokllINKW Calico Percales Laces Hum burgs and Lung Cloths at Severance ft Suns See them NOTICe TO TAXPAYRHS Five per cent will bo added to all school taxes lIulbeIIP you need coal you had bettor buy elate wo will not carry a largo stock and 10 days cold weather would run us short J U Haughman ft Co Tilt executor of Mr James GIvens advertises In this issue 10 shares of tock In the Lincoln County National Nascourt IIALraJohn Haley con of tholuto Alfred Haley of Rowland died at Brodbead Saturday aged 30 A wife and several children survive Mr Haley was a good citizen and hU death occasions much regret wherever ho was knows ALL clultrn u thcity of Stanford must bo pled with tho finance com mlttoe Dr J F Peyton and 5L D HI more three days before regular meet lag of the council or coma will have to go over until tho next regular meeting L IS Hughes clerk ATaepaolnl mealing of thoolty coun oil the other night Hubert G Jones was elected city marshal Ho has been noting in that capacity for a month or more and has made an excellent one Mr Jones has ordered n blue suit with brats buttons and will be a typical po liceman In appearance and otherwise ANOtHKll gentlemen line shied his caitor In the ring for thorllT A8 cbor C Granvlllo Baker one of tho most popular gentlemen of his oollonwanU to servo the people In that cipaalty and ho boa friends nil over tho county who would like tocee him bold that high olllco Ho It a true blue democrat and a flno young nun In ovary way 8TIn Citizens National Bank of Sony 1eraetla now a certainty The stock rotThe promoter expect to have the now Institution In full operation within a few weeks at tbo furthest It will horn no connection whatever with the sue pended Somerset National Bank Journal Tills olllpe Holds a chuck on the Jo slid Morris Bank at Montgomery Ala which closed its doors Saturday It was sent by our old friend nnd former townsman Supt J I McKinney who WAS clever enough to telegraph us lat er that tho bask had butted Wo nothgIng but at liu usually seeps a good de posit wo fear he will ayoi arm to was necessary to amputate It at tho wrist Ho hud cut down u tree and when ho to out of too tea y inta grape vine and tho tree caught the member between It and another tree with time above fearful result OAKLAND SINQLKTON who has made a most excellent school superintendent asks in this itsue for an endorsement ills democracy is as good us thy best ilnnd he is as clever as the days are long Tho schools of Llna ln county have ho ha made friends of teachers patrons and pupil who will be glad to know that he woofs to servo them again JTits Chicago Glee Club gave a most delightful entertainment HI Waltons Oparu Louse Friday night to a fairly good audience The quartette singing was tho finest ever hoard In Stanford soyhwere of u very high order The Knights of Pythias who are to bo congratulated on bringing so good a show to Stanford cleared about 8I13 which will likely got tho proposed Widows and Orphans Home of that oIlIer Tho Knights all woro lodge colors and mado themselves useful as ticketBoilers tlokottakers Sc LANCASTKII Tho domooratlc coun ty committee mot yesterday and made the following nominations POI coun ty judge A D Ford county clerk Squire J A Doty assessor Cnpt Tom Austin Jailor David Ross dhorllT AV L Lawson county attorney J I Ham llton school euperlntcndoaf Miss Rll7n Lusk magistrate Lancaster district J P Bourne Bryantsvlllo districts Capt I M Dunn and for ropresonta the lion R II Torallnton The tick ot Is a strong ono and It will win In No7craber Tho committee had In low the strength of ach map and took Into consideration everything that might effect tho races H SOMB fiuo handmade Tomchon laces Just In at Sovcrunce ft Sons TWO residence on Woet Main Street fur tfllo on easy terms Apply at this olllcs WB are showing entirely nowipatterns in embroideries Seycranco s fe Sons NEW gioghnme madras cloths per tales caucus In great variety nt Sec eranco ft Sons OUR sale es Thursday eve ping If you need a pair better como at once John P Jones WilLtako farm products In ex change for coal feed Ate Please do not ask for credit J II Baugbman 1Co Of the 14 prisoners In jail hero there aro live for rape and three for murder The other six uro awaiting trial for minor offenses TUB members of tho Warren Grlgt by Chapter of the U D C aro requested to meet Mrs J W Alcorn this evening at 3 oclock WB will sell bay as from 40 to cents per 100 pounds until February let Como quick If you need hay J II Baughman Co W chile to reallllUncleI Remus to three times a week for four weeks Tickets for entire course f0c Hour 4 to 51 Leave your name at rear of posta nice Mrs Mattlo V Klrby TUB report Is being circulated that I have pulled olT the track In tho race for assessor since my connection with tho Currey Grocery Co at Junction City Such reports are Inclined to In jure me and I take this toothed of nail leg tho lie I am still a citizen of Lin culu county a candidate until the la8I day In the evening and I assure my friends my proipecta are O K T U Wright HKKRY IDOL formerly of this coun ty was found nodr where the old dupot used to stand at Livingston Saturday morning with a fearful gush In hit head and almost frozen It was at first thought be was dead but the doctors finally reiutcliave4 him after much work He wat unconsoloua at lust ac counts but It Is bellnved that bo will recover Foul play Is suspected while tbero are those who think ho was struck by a train TUB Lexington Dtmocral has this Interview with a Lincoln county man IICol J W Guest of Crab Orchard who Is hero to see after some of his flno mares Is one ot tho strongest and most uncompromising democrats In tbo Statu Asked about political matters In Lincoln county ho said Tbero I4 only one republican In Crab Orchard and ho Is kept in line by Federal olllco The rest of us aro all for Goebel and the Goebel aw und heartily endorse the dIsfranchIsement of Loultvlllo and tbo llth district There are several candidates for the Legioluturo In my county but I shall not vow for any of them until ho promises to havo a law passed compelling every republican In Lincoln to move Into tho Ottunbolm precinct and than tack a provision on it disfranchising them forever Col Guest will return to dearest spot o earth as he culls Crab Orchard and mingle again with those who lovo tho ColtGuest Is tho father Inlaw of Mr Boylo Gill Boyle of the Louisville Post and thinks of disinheriting him for letting HIck Knott make a republican out of him w rCRAB ORCHARD The various ice houses are being pu In readiness awaiting the toe king to iidsumo his ruJgn Judge Andr w Buchanan spent a foe days lu Stanford last week Hares succws to him iu every worthy undertaking Mr William Beuzlay of Louisville spent n few days with his lathers tam lly Hie tawny friend were glad to wa him looking so well The odor of orange blottomt flllt the air here and beautifully Intermingles with the spotltM snow Hera are too grululations aud best withes In advance Tho lovely grounds of Crab Orchard Springs art being renovated and greatly improved The horticultural do partmont Is being greatly enlarged and the outlook for a prosperous season U decidedly encouraging The new pro prlotor nod hili amiable wtfo are gain Inb enviable repuwtluns as host and hostessMr Mrs Stewart returned Sat urday from an extended trip through Ufo mountains ills eytsleht seems to be Improving but very little Mr J F Holdum is convalescent from An at took of grip Mrs Rebecca Jones It on the elok lint Dr Patton ia gradual ly Improving MrW Gaines and wife bavo gono to Lancaster for their futur home Jy Steenb rger and family moved to Danville from this place Mon day Miss Bailey of Washington coun ty Is pleasant visitor to Mr F Bob bitt and sisters Mr A U Bastln of Lancaster spent a low days here last week In tho Interest of tbo telephone which la rendering satisfactory service to our people Ho has diposed of his farm hero to his brother for a good sum i Gov Nosh of Ohio refuted to Inter taw in tho case of H08 lyn FL Ferrel and tho murderer of tixprats Messen ger Lane will be uluetrocuted March CC BAKER yubjectH GARLAND SINGLETON torllDfllr1IIItndllntnotion of the domorratle party MISS ANNIE McKINNEY SuperIntundeatofaction of the democratic party TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN byIOliver Chilled flow the Ikcrlng Hinder U superior to oho cradle W II COWAN- J S COOOE S M OWRN8 BANK STOCK FOR SALE As Executor of James GIvens I will on Ieh 11 County Court Day In front of courthouFP sell publicly 10 shares of tock of Lincoln County National tank and 8 35 Imrc of Tlrtt National Hank stock J II IAXTON Exr EDKEJNEDY Is nnnndldate for Jallcrnf Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party CEORCE W DoBOnDI- x u candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county ftuhjcct to the nctlon of tho democratic party PUBLIC SALE Having decided toO to Oklahoma I will On Thursday Jan 31 I9OI Sell the following dew rlled prollrtr2tntcu yearling and Jyeirol l steer S good cows with young calves 11lrI familySumsyear ola gilding a Southdown bucks sub Jwt to rrftatur nearly new O lx rno rake und mower Dlir harrow nmoothlng har row binder wheat drill 2 stacks ot milt l rIck of straw wagon buggy I stir rey and hirmwi Other farming linplcmenti and Mime household and kitchen furniture Will alsose11100 grade owes J M KILL P H DAVISSTAMOUI KY FAY the Elghsst Cash Prieo for Poultry Eggs Hides Feath Ors c Olllco at residence on Lancaster St 0110ltoM T ElklnK FOR SALE A Chance of A Life Time My Entire Stock of General Jrerchanclisc Store House and Lot rcntttoruI11 STEKLB IlesTOxviuB Kv JOE T EMERY In n candidate for Af esstir of Lincoln County subject to the action of time democ racy CHflS L CROW-n In n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty siibjfHt to the notion of the Democratic party Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KY Morris Fred Fror I have bought tho Carter Straub Mill In tho wist end of Stanford and am supplying lit with new machinery of the most mourn- t make In about two week I will be read to supply the public with the best of Flour JVIoal ShipstufF- r Chicken Food Sts lUrlnj had draMnm with a great mlln Lincoln county jH ople while I run the Fs Phanga lu StKnfood I foul that they ktio enough ubout to nu u per tire at lra t of VliPlruHtroimgu Full weight Iln1trooalCosere Str uh old 1111I 4IA iii o iD2IrJ e toca I IS i s qOfU 5 e 03 aC m Ya1rtIC ctCJJ I L t 0eeeeee UUC 00ee0eee0 e a 0e t e o o toMr0 e p tho firm name of e GARSOI J PEIGE + We will keep in stock nt nil times a handsome line ofCBuggies carriages Harness o ofCIfirm with your patronage I remain Hcspt Yours U 0NA CARSON U- O eeeeeeewee O JC eeeeeeee0e TARE NOTICEI wish to announce to the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties that I have concluded to remain in business At tho Racket Store stand In the Interior Journal oSflhGlnsburgsndDry Goods Notions Mens Boys and Chil drens Clothing Hats Caps Ladies anti Cents Furnishln Goods Trunks Valises c together with full and complete line of Ladies Men s Boys and Childrens IJoota Shoes and Itabbcrt Tho t RACKET STORE will now be the leading store in town People of the surrounding country should call and be convinced that I cannot be undersold Mer chants will also be convinced by calling and looking at my goods I sell at wholesale as well SB well as ratall Thanking you for past favor I solicit your further patronage Your for bargains The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Gintburu Prop Cheapest Store In Town MAltn a w T a Ii 1J ylr t 1 i r 1I1t sl f JOB LOTS ws f 3 d ijr 4e4IJf AH merchants have them but some are more anxious to geL rid of tj gymrTDollarf v feOSeveralJ IL floO 25 pairs Ladies Fine Kid Shoes fUnnd J350 quality but off Vji II at SI per pair Lot of H f Mens Stiff Bosom Colored Shirts reg ieft lar 75c and goods almostolany size to close at 50c ffi Y Jf s Look at our windows or como in and we will gladly show you vi tiW i H J McROBERTS4 w- i I t rla1er J H 5 ft 7t 1 r t N e sY rM at r a w- W4cji4fIg 1 It 1 tr t JIt hfVl 1 + t 1 t 1 to1 r t 1 7 B Embrsiteies ann Laces I Ir e Three hundred and twentyfive pieces of Embroideries direct from IIcw Manicr Co St roll Switzerland are now spread on our tables They are beauties and range in price troD 2c to 240 per yard This is unquestionably the handsomest line of embroideries wo have ever shown 1 t 1 r 2t 22 I French Vials If1i o 2lN t Vj yUV 6 VJ J t p We hove in these a large assortment many of them in matched sets from the tiny handkerchief lace to the wide flounce Then comes our wonder to nil Our 5c lace Counter I 1i7rj Jr lfiM d 3 i1r M p afr iy t ri11 8 ellfiijfl J il Cottons m lWo nrooIOIlIg for early li sewing special values in Bleach Cottons at 5c lie j c 1 SOFT FINISH COTTON TIc std SAc tft- 1Ye tire alfn showing u very soft finish cotton 35 inches wide mute weight and fount as 1101nt The LONG CLOTHS SLongCloths at lOu 12JO- j o 20e At 10 cents 18 cents and 25 cents le Splendid value in 5 BROWN COTTON Blench Cambric at lOcog M Vanl wide Brown Cotton nt6c II oiidGic SHEETS 911 g g mlenlHemjiiliodosirahlo patterns in Gornmu Half Blccch Talilo a Linens at 5- 0SEVERANCE SONSl1u Opposite Court House JESi Nn fTIfEINTERIOR JOURNAL f VtI- PatblahadTaseedagaaaadSxisAT 1 PER YEAR CASH aopaidfflSOO will Went IiiEntered n the poslofllce at Stanford a econdclau matter MORE NEWS NOTES Tho sheriff of Madl on county tans was killed by a thlof Moro than BOOOO Filipinos havD sworn allegiance to the United SI tee In Hollo province Fire In tho crockery cstabllshment of Pltktn ft Orooksj Chicago caused a low of between 8350000 and 11100000 The governor of tho Belgian provo Ince of Luxembourg was assassinated by a man who afterward commltle suicide Mt e Kllssdk Allowav u pioneci of I Clark county Ind died on tho farm near Joffersonvlllewheru she was I born 84 years ago hilts Nancy Holbrook 07 who Is dy- Ing at her homo In Whltesburc keeps under the pillow of her bed an old palutlbg of her lance who died before they were married In a decision rendered by the court of appeals It has ben held tbat threats do not constitute selfdefense jAcredited wl h Bolllnc to a Chicago concern 8000 barrels of whisky representing an ouUay including taxes of over 000000 At a dance following wedding Dear Madison W Va there was a ItcDeral fight in which the bridegroom vas knocked out with a poker and anotber man probaly fatallyshot A famine In black goods In London s has resulted from the ex raordlnary demand for mourning and the mer chants with largo stocks of gay clotbs are threatened with bankruptcy til The Spanish cannon which was loao ed to Lexington by tho United States Government and disappeared shortly after iU arrival there some months ago has been found In a rubbish heap There U general sorrow tbrougbout Itally because of tho death of Verdi and the Italian Senate devoted a fuU day to eulogies of the great composer The King sent a message of condoler to the family In u shooting affray at Mu terUDg between Deputy Sheriff James Stock dale and William Morton a larmer Stockdale was probably fatally wound ed add Morton sustained two sllgbt wounds The shooting grew out of a dispute over county polities The Indian troubles In the Territory have been found to be greatly exaggi ated and Lt Dlxon who was sent to the scene with a troop of cavalry says the situation has been overdraw There has been no violence and he an llcipates none Write have been Istued for the arrest of over 50 offenders wbo arc to be tried for treason A car containing four valuable race horses which were being shipped from Frankfort to Memphis for tralnin f caught Ore at llueaellvllle Friday nhbt by the overturning of a lamp One an- Imals valued at 5000 and another at 2300 wore burned to death and tbo other two wero so badly burned that they will bo valueless They wero tb propctty of L D Frazeo of Chicago Roll of honor of Stanford Ialo Acadomy for tbo 6th month cndin Jan 25th E L Orubbs prlnclpa Mrs Jonnlc Grubbs assistant Grade IWalter Hopper CaswellI SauQey Joseph Murphy 05 Charh a Wright 04 Grade II Allon Coffey US Georg tipoouumore 05 John Menefee Tbo I SpooD more Grimes Beazloy 01 Rob Hoot 03 Winfrey Duncan Clay Rup ley 02- Grade III Richard Williams 01 Cecil Williams Hubert Carpenter George Menefee 00 Edward Cooper 92 IrreJularHobert Porter 09 Mis Ella May Nowland 05 Winfrey Dun Van John Monefee Joseph Murphy Geargo Spoonamore Cecil and Ulchari Williams and Miss May Nowlani have been neither tardy nor absent thl month +TUB MOTHERS KAVORITK- CbambcrlalnB Couga Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleasant and snf for children to take and always cures It i Intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and h the best medicine made for these diseases Tlerc is not the least danger In giving It yk to children for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given w k confidently to a babe as to an adult For Bale by Craig S Hocker The advantage of seducing country editors into the service of metropolitan newspapers is Illustrated In the case of The entire editorial and repotorla staff of the Lexington Morning Democrat wont on tbo absent and sick lists for four days leaving the chief to wake the paper brighter and morn voluminous which ho did almost at unaided In any department Somerao i Journal t i a PhsjIcTablets till the hill to a are easy to tako and pleasant in died For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists 1 Reduced rates to New tho Chesapeake 0 Ohio account of tho spring New York Merchants Chesapeake Ohio roundtrip tickets from fare on the cortlDcato February 13th to the 1st to the 4th and good days from date of sale be good to stop over at Baltimore and have not yet registered tary of the Now York better do eo at onto The Is tho only line from Central Kentucky with era and dining car change Any cheerfully given or nerved on receipt of W Barney Dlv Pass ton Ky Tbo Barbourvlllo I len ly opposing the nor Luke Hampton for of Knox county because shied for the Joobol murder liamsburg Times this dlatrlet at Hampton Frankfort and during all the trying played second fiddle to Wilson whoso political Tho good people of Knox thing to do and that la ton with his master rcachery Is worse flows TILlS We offer One Hundred tua of Catarrh tint cannot lit tarrh Cure J F CIIEKNEV CO We the un Jcnltfncd have ror toe Ut year and lononble In all butlnea laity able to carry out any htlr Arm WBIT ATKtTAt Whotete VitMxo KIKNAN A JtAHVIs glili Toledo Ohio llalli Catarrh Cure U taken Irrctly upon the blood and stem Price Tao per bottle UK Testimonial free Halls itrally 1111irath- ebcatFRITH 7 I3ANCISCO AT DEPOT Beet Jlotrt In the mountains InrtfR meet all trains dal WILLIAM menThe ISSUED Je EDITOR AND TermsPayable In advance six months 60cj tires copy 5c NEW LIVERY S W SUSSS UNCTION anrltstClass Turnouts at Special Attention to and Hay Sheriffs Sale On Monday 1JleLween the hours of 0 a e door In countv Ky I will expose bidder for cash In hand IlInll county taxes for the slto tho nBmrs the milch thereof AI may be sulll taxes This list will week for four weeks nnd dllllppoar as soon as tho laId Cost of advertising llleO forbid us from pub otber list will STAMFORD appear In lIaughJ 1101 acres lIars W IL town lot Jlrummtt Mrs and Jlurko Prank 10 acre Oolller James M tows lot Dallon Jcwlali 2 acres JJeliLney Mrs 0 town lot Jenbam Thomas 33 acres Emore lames n r town l l8h Mrs M R tOo acres Orant Joseph town lot Inrklatrlck Kitty n r 23 sure Torn II ngrw Murtln William ncrm Martin T D town lot lIler Llge trusteo Lillian Uaumondit on laud Murphy Mm George town 0Lk8 J W n r two itcruri Slm8 Tom 50 ncrox Smltb Tom ox Hall town UOrlr O iacriw HTANrOHII lIall Oliver ono acre IIllley Thomas 20 acrw lIarrow Manuel acre lIauglnnan Llgp town lot lIerulev John 23 acres lIuckner Scott town lot Carr Andertiiin two town eoOlper Josh 8 ticris CrcHY WlllU ten acres Embry Hull town lot Evalls Utchard n r 20 lIaYIi tvlll4 acre cireon and Ilottl Muse 10 acre IIlggln Honry 8 acru Jon VIIIlamNo town ttogdord Minor ont were fIIonllomer Mack cue Jtout Hlchard acres Smith Allen Jr acre Soeed Joint town lot iluriUoo ten IIIIcart W D town town lot lot Orocii llvo acres Wltber 0I J acre Wood Amanda n r UKAll ORCHARD AilumA Mrs Nancy tax u 3H acres I 0 A n r 3 acres Mathow 2J acre Jacob three acres K W 23 acres William acres Mrs A E 130 acre Sirs Kllal ctli n r 210 acres John heirs 100 acres Lori IL lira n r 00 acres CIIAU OIICIIAIlll COLOllitP rig acres Hurtle town lot J II n r 2i ucros- WAVSKbtlOIlO WH1TK W II 60 acres f 2 70 Goo II n r 60 acres 1 OrtHiiuip u 160 acres 2 40 John 132 acres 4 Laud lire n r 125 acres 2 40 t J D 65 acres 1 5 S Fa0 acres 3 John 10 acres 1 uO F N 53 acres 4 00 le Maty A S3 acres I U5 Carl 60 acres J 10 W D 67 acres IJJ 00 aircn JS 15 acres Fred n r 100 acreiI Sam A IS acres David 30 acres 11 C u r 80 acres ky Wni Sr 60 Acres t Rube 10 acres 01nr 176 acres Sam n r SOncres K 1J n r 72 acres Elizabeth 116 acres J WIn r 70 acre 1 II 60 acres f B J 53 acres U T63 acres 2 70I II F 137 acresJ w J C n r 75 acres 1 75 David n r 125 acres 2 IIII A J G5 acretG 00 Sam town lot n 30 F F heirs TOO acres 6 W M 20 nores IIUSTOSV1LLK 96 AVIIITK PL 11 acres 8n In Gabe 6 Icrell11MW W 05 acresII no Win 2 acres 2 10 Henry 6 acres Joanna IJhcrolln 76 Kay 3 acresIIj William 2 acroe 2 O Eb town lot U John 4 acrosc 60 J 1140 acres 20 40 Dudley town lot 4 10 F G for 18W1000 n r 1UO acres 2 HU8TONVHtB COLORED Chas J acre 2 Hattie n r11 acres fsnk town lot 1 Tinley town lot 1 James hrs 25 acres 2 Phillip hrs 6 acrei Kph town lot 2 Stephen town lot 1 Adam 7 acres 2 11 acrrs o Lee 1 acrel80 John 40 acrcliJ 00 cCbrmack T 11 3 acres 2 25 Willl 15 acres U 30 Henry 5 acres 2 Hi Parten town lot cathrrfoid 50 Adam town lot 1 SO James town lot 1 70 John n r 30 acres 11 bO MRT TAKEN BY SUIHUVlKoBH 1900 0 A 125 acrcIjDan 33 acresl Oli S bL OWKNB SHKUIFP ncoin County National Bank Capital Slock IJIOOOO- toTM Farmer Bank Treat Com pa and uuder tame ounifenient rontlau omly fur M Yra- nDlioits Your Banl Account slug such builneaa relations will prove mutua ly beaefiMal sod plea Din CTOIISJ William J801r Sr J N Jhneftw A W Utriirnter W II Onamlni J B Lynne J K Cub J Owilcy UFtcE1t5 J BOwleydaahlertv ANt Caililcr RST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY Ul Stock 100000 Surplus J17633 ill Institution originally eiUblbbE M the IX DanknfBtanrora In 1853 then reorganized II atlonalUank ofStanlord In 18CJ andagili flied II the Kril National Bank ol SUnfore 2 bal had practically all unInterrupted suet tar 41 year It la better luppllcd now will tlea for transacting builnesa promptly and rthan TtrbeorIn Iti long and honoiab r Accounta of Inillvlduali Cduclarlei adlTldualiiollclUidDinicToai ild Lincoln Co JW Hayden Staafur TlIlLrrllIt B II lUughmao Hocker TI Walton It W A TribbleIt illlerCrab Orchd M J Miller MtVornon Elmore HUaforJ orrtaas coo ere Prcild nt J J McRobertt Cuhte r j GEO T FARRIS Ot Oarrard la a candidate for toooUllnltlon for Stato tvnntoT In tlilt dUlrlcl COUIJH cd ol Lincoln Cau y lluylo nod Oarrtud LOun ties mibjcct to tlio action of the domooraLlc party LEAS L DAWES Is a candidate for An o orof Lincoln cOlin lyi subject to the action uf tlio luloocrIO party tJ M OARTEB Sr- I candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coui subject to tliu action of the democratic pllr- ty J C McWHORTER Of Crab Orchard is u candidate forIuBorof Lincoln county subject to the action of tlio democratic piet- yRfflREW WI3IIclIRnFlr IB candidate to represent Lincoln conlt In the LvRhlaturo subject to the action ot the Democratic party GOO S Cantor lea candidate fcu Pliorlu oJ Lincoln counly subject to tho action of the Dtrooc ratio pat T J MILL- s a cmdl 1Mc fur Bhorirt of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic lllttr ale G REYNOLDS Is a candidate for Aasonorof Lincoln coun ty aubjoet to tho action of the dfinocru nrty 91 S 1VGIXDIAS 11 candidate fur Bherlff of Lincoln coun uhjact to till action of the democratic liar E VLILLiUtD Ot DanTlllo U candidate for StAte onalor In thVi district couiiMwed uf Lincoln Oust toylo and Gimnnl counties subject tu ctton of tliu doitocmllr party SAaiUEX 31 OWENS candidate for Asesorof Lincoln coun tYI subject to the action of the Democrat llaft 31 F NORTH in candidate to represent Lincoln Ooun In this Le llaturo subject to the action uf Iho Democratic party tY X HKIlttlN Itf a candidate tor Jailor of Lincoln county ibjeet to the action of the democratic psr ty J II RAINES b a candidate for the nomination of Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action of tb e Democratic party V3I LANDGRAP- aIs candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic action HALES U WRIGHT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of the democrat pany JOIN C PEPPLES b candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couut aubJect to the action of tho democratic par ty Your support U solicited DINK FARMER I a candidate for Jailor subject to tbe tllln of the democratic party Ho solicits our support GUS McCORMACX II i candidate for A eMr of Lincoln Nun t subject to the action of the Uemooratl larty GEO A EUMANICS I candidate for JAiler of Uncoln county lIubJ6et to the action of the Omiocrutti party JAMES T JONES lit a candidate for jailer of Mnc6ln IHInl- IubJ ct to the notion of the democratic party ainting Repairing e lam prepared to paint and frepulr your carriage or wagon InflrMtclatxitylu JoXltJrhlllced melt to do U and work gUILrlL- uteJtl old vfhlrJBonn liuve Tour new for very little monoy J t2IlEE- ItStaoturdly ADAMS FISTULA CURE iinufucturcd by J W Adam It C- o1llIt IlrU JII a euro curs tor horses ancf mulra allltcted with 1I tula- Inlllvll tOrutchcii Saddle HolU ntd and Soft Enlargements Greasy lied UItemlcr lie Fur wile by W II McUob ertlt dru KIt Stanford r Ie Humphrov KAIClnRsvlllejLllierLy O M Intvllle Oahwell tuyueaburFDunn Dlllledgovlllo Oeu It Jeter Mlddltiburg Ky Cash ft Clure Turnersvlllo J Vunhoob McKIn AZLEY HAYST- JNDEBTAKEIIS ALSO MiAtKUl IX rurnitul Dattiugeug And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for ul kinds of Stink Jive them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY a = YOURTAKE 1 t 4 t PRJ3SCRJPTION J 4TO = sbe Craig Hocker StanfoMf f For Accuracy and Low Pricestu ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o i O- tg CHINN FRYE V- Brokerso tg- o o g n o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington KYgF Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Investmentl0Soldtor o oJi o o Orders by qr g doexecuO Dank and Commercial Uofcroncrf long Dlitnnce Mopliono 510 d- ooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooog d i01tf iNftt4itD tN i A C SINECO- NTRACTOR f BUILDER STAITFORD KENTITCKY I make close estimates on work anti + guarantee5 perfect satisfaction as to workmanship as will be attest i ed by anyone of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years jthat I have been in business here w carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough mud Dicssc l Lumber Lath Shingles Etc t I will duplicate anyprices offered1tAN O NlM N lAfMp n L S IlSSSStiSSSSS SS s S 55Si CUT PRICES tf II On OvErcoats Jj And Heavy Suitsf w E PERKINS Crnb Orchard Kyr e eeeeeoeeeeeeeeoeoeoe o tII ANNOUNCEMENT Spring Summer 1901 I represent LAMM it COMPANY Chicago t and cordially I you to cull for an itiKpuciion of tluir J Superb Spring and Summer ClolhQ r Which comprise the choicest productions of tho Worlds lending trills A 1A11111CrelttiOft bears the Stamp f ofVALUE in material FIDELITY of workmanship and correctness in fitu concentration of thol trade mnltnlhe Host on Earth JAMBS FRYE Hustonville Ky WoIInvoaFul Wneol d i Ledgers Journals i Day and Cash Books J 1 For the New Year Good Goods nt Lew Prices Pennys Drug StoreTKLKPHONK NO 2 Stanford Female College STANFORD KY fTThorough courses in Literature Science Music Art ElocutIon Excellent Boarding Write for MRS Catalogue DepartnlentJ J A ALLEN CO Contractors Ard BuildersSTANFORD KY eompleto atuckof Building Material Yellow IlnoMioorlng CoJlllng noors- ihllh have ltlind now a and all nresel and ltosgh lumber Shingles anti t tern Iwottn Lo- cunt Poste kc Wu leak otlmLLon ILnykluor work wnuLwlUUISca 0ppvtetBr L JI Cooks T