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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I voLxxvill STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY S19UL 9 AAlNO911moo GOODBYEb l i v Mr W IV Wnllon In retiring M td Uor and general manaer of tho Lex Ingloa Mbrnlnj Democrat toile the pa per and his friend goodbyou follow With this Issue of the Morning imi rat my connection with it cmUl PreonL III Ib birth havlncnur td ut ltd bedside for nearly fivo raoniln und un til tt U about able to stand alone I have become greatly attached to Hand muko the stop that I now do with deep regret that circumstances render Illmxuslb1o for mo to continuo to help nourish and sustain It I am the victim of attempting to do too much with tho consequent result that am unable to accomplish my Ideal In any line whllo heavy work has seriously impaired my health and worry almost doitroycd my hope of sal vatton I wna rash enough to undertake both the business nnd editorial manage mcntof tho paper either of which le Wore than enough for one man even If tho two departments could bo success fully combined and I have fonnd ai I should have known that tho strain waa too great and the anxiety too lovoro lor- I man of my mental and phy Ial make up After working In tbo counting room all day I was in no condition to grind out editorials at night but such I as they have been I prepared them all with few and far exception and for nearly two week acted as cdltorlr thief managing editor reporter and devil This explanation U for the purpose o tbolng my friend bow heavily hand l h capped I havu been and to disarm my critics and forestall toy enemies 4Itla rather a singular coincidence that I end my editorial career for the I prevention tho anniversary day I began lu Twentysix vcar ago today I limed my first number of the Stanford INTRK lOUJontNAtVblch still 1Ive Red Hour isnc and promise like Tcnny onfc brook to go on forever I trust that in my brief sojourn In Lexington I hayo made many new k friend and lost none of my old ones I ilte the city and would gladly remain a resident of it except that my occu patlon le gone for the present My ournallitlo friend have boon exceed ingly kind and forbcurlpg and they and tho other good puopla who have given v aid and comfort have my sincerest gratitude 1 shall over retain u lively Ihtcrctt in the Democrat and wlh ll the higheste t mca uro of nucccr The dlinouraU should give It a loyal lupport and en tourage In everyway tho gentlemen who are trying to plato It on a flrra x foundation With a smile for those who love mo und a tear for those who unto I stet down and out with full confidence that bavu dono ray best under the circum stances and with a feeling of relief that I am no longer a hired man The following resolution was passei by tho director of the Democrat and v imblUhcd over their signatures In that paperII wo tender to Mr W P Walton thanks for tbo ablo and ef ficient manner In which ho lies die charged hie dutlea and express to him our hlghcM appreciation of We service and tbo Interest ho hue taken In tho success of tbo paper and assure trim of our best wishes for tile future prosper lly and happiness P A Bullock Pro W p ICImball Thomas A Comb W II McCorklo L Baker James L Vatklne and II 1H UoBworlh HUBBLE Mrs W H Uudorwood bas been on the sick list for somo days A prajer meeting hue bean organlz cd to meet each Sunday night at the Christian church James Wlluiot had u fine boy and three ante of twin lambs at his last Sunday und now pledges his vo to the candidate that can boat this A B Iolsgrovo and family have moved to Loulavlllo Morgan Suitor iyand wife will mako their homo at Mr y S M Spoonamored for the present Wo are glad to welcome thou amon us J t J Walker sold some hay to Mid dlceboro parties lit jOe on the car u Lancaster B W Gtvcna sold his ha- to Will Llllard atCOo lu the barn Jno ITndcrwood and J P Itlgnoy sold J J Walker tome 800pound stcors at lo IarantcoCraig A Hockcr every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Ilemedy and will refund tho money to any one who in not satisfied after using two thirds of time ron tents Tina is time best remedy In tho J world for Ugrippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and Is pleasant nml unto to take It prevents any tendency o f cold to result in pneumonia GyuardThe Kentucky com posed of 102 commissioned oHlccra 257 noncommissioned olllcera 11 musicians and 1110 privates n total of 1380 Tin number of men available for military service Is 410000 4 CHURCH MATTERS Eljlor Joseph Uttlnu will pruAch at- M t Xtsno ut 11 MSuadiy- HlUur Lloyd D4ralo meeting at the PAris Christian church resulted in 35 addition nov J W llagana subject Sunday mmatng will Im What la that to Thee Follow thou Me nt night Tempta glen lUbbi Motes la the best paid minister In Louisville Ue receives a salary of 87100 per year Hit houso la furnished him free of charge and hla congrega lion carries n lIfe Insurance policy for the bonetlt of his family for 10000 Tbo Christian Church Year Uook rep rb Churches 10023 members 110932 In Kentucky 455 ralnisiers 8S5 churches 112000 mumbcra Chris than Endeavor societies f 001 Amount raised for educational and benevolent purposes 85714095- Rev Wallace Fishur of the New Mission lUollst church colored It conducting ooo of tbo roost Interesting revivals ever held lo Danville It hat been going ou three week and there have been 41 addition lev J M Hurrlfl of Chattanooga la assisting Advocate K P Crowe who abandoned the ministry while pastor of the Mcthodlat church In Owunsbnro after being charged with drunkenness has decided to become a temperance lecturer and has prepared a lecture entitled Prom tbo Ialplt to Perdition which bo will deliver in various place Ho says ho has reformed for good Llncolnt birthday Sunday February 10 is to bo made occasion of special offerings throughout tho Meth edict Church for the cause of education In tho South through tho Prccdmcna Aid and Southern Educational Society A special appeal has been soot to all ot the 15000 ministers of the denomina glen urging an observance of the day In the manner Indicated LARD STOCK CROPS ETC W M Mathcny bought of S M Ow on 1 11 OWl at 15 A ststrrr to Star Pointer lJ111 to bo bred to John It Gentry OOL B P Wood sold to Jcsso Lynn nine fancy 10 pound steer at 4o- U K Uart of Fleming eold to Deard of Lexington 00 mules at 125 each Isaiah Wblto bought of Bony Carter and Welter Fields a bunch of hogs ut 4c- WANTRP six or eight fat hogs weigh IUI from 209 to 1100 pounds Apply nt this olllce MerltbOIllot of hags at4e ThoXedgor says muleseolJ at Murray j tbo past week at 03 to 8160 About 100 head wero sold which amounted to over 3000 Joseph Fioloy has bought and ship pod South alone lust Oototier 400 mules and 125 horse which were bought In Scott RotlRdJololorcountlusGeorliuL- own Times The highestpriced steer sold at auc glob or tbu South Oman Pat Stock Show netted 270 The steer scaled 195 o pound and brought 20 cents per ponnd going to Armour c Co Smith d Null sold to Bridgewater ft Co 12 steers nt 83 sad ono mule for 835 to TInK Wilson two mules for 4210 one cow to W Richard for tcLi They bought from C C IMckoti eight cattle for 8170 40 kegs in Molcalfo at 4cAduirNewsThe champion of Araerlciv as a calf and as a yearling sold nt Kansas City for 3700 ihn worlds btxhbttt record for n Hereford female way by Acrobat C8IGO that stands at the head of Glllncr Bruit herd at Eminence Ky Twentytwo calves by this bull Acrobat ut tho Kansas City smile sold for an avorayo of aucWt Pox fc Logan 100 barrels of corn at 22or delivered lie also sold soothe lot at 275 per barrel John D Harris sold 147 ewes und 41 yearling sheep to ltoblogDlckeraon C Son at 8550 per cwt W bytevening BlneoIAnother shooting affair occurred In Kstlll resulting in tbo killing of Louis Stores and tho wounding of SIlO Do kern They became Involved toa dlf lieu It when Stores opened lire upon Deharn wounding him four times ono shot striking him tho other wounds kolas cut with somo kind of an Instru sent ixsclbly u knife Debnni then shot Stores three tines onco in the leg breaking it once in the hand and once in the Luck A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo oared by a tow applications of Uminber Iains Pain IJalm For ale by CraIg Hockci Druggists Messrs G Ti Farrlsantl E Wi Llllard Democratic Can didatoii for State Senator IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The republicans of Knox will hold a primary Tuesday James Ingram aged 8i and a good citizen of Adair U dead Mrs Jane Tin ley sister of Judge TiiiHlcy is duad at Uarbourvlllc It Is now Collector Danton Ho Wok charge of the olllce at Danville Wed nesdayRobert Tudor a farmer of Taylors Pork near Richmond was murderously unknownC Catching Hotel ut London was Indicted on the charge of murdering a ncrro poner Hon John W Verkes sold to Misses Uortnneo und Virginia Leo his homo place ooPourth hlreot for 85500 Tho public schools at Somerset opened after having been closed for four weeks on account of the smallpox epidemic James U Miiberley for killing Wra Morgan Is on trial at Harrodsburg This Is the third trial in lees than two months Mutt S Cohen of Richmond had tho IhllunallOlIIJames Shotwell at Corbln returned orI verdict ol not cullty MM Luolla Thurman ot Barrods burp hat sued the Southern Railway for 810000 because she says she was forced to ride In a coach with Negroes t The Rsglslcr says there were 1500 cattle on the Richmond market but lees than a third of thorn sold Prices rang cd from to lo 5o Hordes old at 840 to SCO and a number of mules went as high as 1l20i Mr Willis W Woodcock well atiWoadnookU Woodcock Hud Lugrand tbo Negro who was tire rested on u charge of attempting to as ilfitult Mrs Dan Combs at Hanly was bejIn u tight In Laurel between a crowd from Jackson county and Kpn Moore and William Edwards Moore was twlco shot and Edwards was seriously cut with dirks The Jackson men then cut the throat of Moores horse killing him At Manchester Juln Webb William McOullom Danny McCullom Prank Spurlock and John Webb wero charg od with murdering Chad J IIand uf ter tho examining trial Jule Webb William McCullom and Prank Spur lock were held in 1000 ball Thu men of the Internal revenue of flee at Danville presented Mr John Yarkcs with u handsome silver tea service of six pieces made by Gorham IIIn a beautiful oaken cue lined with bluo silk purchased at a cost of about 8200 On the tea kettle is engraved Presented to Mr John W Yerkes by tbo Men of tho Internal Revenue Service Eighth District of Kentucky 1001 On the other pieces Is engraved u largo old English IY UExcursion to Washington C for presidential inauguration ceremonies via Queen C Crescent Houte March 4 1001 Pare one way for round trip from all stations on Q fc C Tickets on sale March 13 and 3 good to return until Marsh Dili Lower rates are made for parties of 25 or more of organized mill tary companies or brass hoods on ono ticket Write any Q C ticket agent who will give you further Information if desired or address W C Rlncarson G 1 A Cincinnati O It Is said that Queen Victoria willed the hulk ot her private fortune to King Edward including Balmoral and O borne house The King has resigned the ollloo of Grand Master of tbo Eu gush Free Masons ItvllI retain his connection with Masonry under the probable title of Protector sr i u LANCASTER Mrs J W Sweeney entertained the Missus Robertson of Cynthlunu at a dinner Wedncsdav Time Croklnole Club meets with Miss Annie Austin ibU evening tha Misses Gulacs of Danville will attend us guests The Rebate Stamp Company of Cin cinnati has ustubllribcd an agency here with headquarters at Josephs dry goods btoro Dr J L McKee absence from his pastorate bore for three weeks to due to n call to Oxford 0 to deliver his Intcreellntnnd instructive series of Gor Wi 0 Bradley returned home Monday from Louisville where be has been treated nt an Infirmary for throat trouble His condition Id very much ImprovedMrs MeCarley of the Hubble neighborhood died Tuesday night alter ft protracted illnejs from cousump tlon She hall reached her 30ih year and leaves it husband and two small children James Coldiron of the Flat Wood vicinity la In u dying condition from pneumonia He Isab3ut40yearsoldand a mss of family Mr Nixon Is reHU d slightly better with chance pow of Tocoyery Miss Olive Hill of Buckeye no Win McCullcy of the earao vicinity drove lo this city Wednesday after noon and wero married at the residence of Dr und Mrs B F Waller the Rev Loonlda Robinson performing tbo ceremony Margaret the 10 mpnihsold dough tar of Mr anti Mrs A H Bastin died Wednesday afternoon after several weeks illness from whooping cough and measles The remains ware taken ILO Crab Orchard Thursday morning IntermentMr Daniel of Lexington la a visitor in this city Miss Lizzie Hudson left on Wednesday nights train for Port Worth Kansas Cbus W Frlsblo is filling a good position with Diets a gents clothing establish ment ot St Louis Miss Florence Harris leaves this DuraIdoat a phyelclutijhere who pronounced the climate too cold for him Two or three attempts were made re cently to procure some whisky formed leal purposes but the wouldbe pur choler was told that there was none in storage if this improvement continues It will not bo necessary for Mrs Nation to raylslt bur native heath Miss Pinnlo Sprats of Lowell this county and Richard Rrown of n same vicinity were to have been mari ried aboitt two weeks ago but tbo con summation was delayed on account of the trousseau the marriage will take place within the next rortnltJtIS C Denny the polite and affable cashier of the old National Bank has been down with the grip but Is again at his place of business R E McRob orts and John M Lear arc oleo victims of tho same disease and Saulley Hughes Is solo proprietor at present of McRob cite drug store Moses Miller a farmer and team ster living three miles west of town II was the vletlm of u serious accident a tilIon was so us to have one of the heaviest fall on hIs lower limbs Tbo doctors do not consider his condition necessarily fa tub Elder A R Moore of the Christian church will deliver the following dls courses during the remaining Sunday rooruing and evenings of February Satans Throne Hold Past Till I Come A Name to 011II A Pillar In tho Temple of God Neither Cold nor Hot The WhlieHorae Thoae themes are all based on texts from Revelations and will be instructive und Iniorcsihig expositions of Johns won derful Apocalyptic vision u r i so t 4 wtrMtC LyJ = a I Do You Need aShirtWe Are Them Ch This Week Ijjfrz 75 cent ones for 50 cts J fjiJjTins ia your chanctl to buy shirts retail fur less than vc iiI for them nt wholesale pnyf 1 J I IT PAYS TO TRADEAT its THE GLOBE IMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing II ll f Your money back If jouro not satisfied MILLER HIBSCH nVilIBJ11Successors to J L Frohman Co t 1I It Still Continues Our Cost Price Sale of 4 Suits Overcoats and Odd Pants Isstill on You will miss your chance if 3011 donl let us make you prices It Is just like swapping dollars Wo dislike to do it of course but wo must and the sooner the better wo have not much time before our spring stock arrives We ine n busncss and limo prices oare making will sun the goods Lookd r And not much to buy Come and sen and save money CUMMINS McCLARY 8 uffi8 ti t8 4lIN NI R A C CONTRACTOR BUILDERISTANFOHD N A I make close estimates guarantee perfect as manship and material as will be worki ed by any one of the many yearsILumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered etestu a etele Bucket Pump And Water Purifier I It Is the simplest devicoSfor raising water It is the easiest lu adjust to njwcl1sLuis very durable It wums essiust It will out freeze It has a none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford CTAKJ YOUR PRBCRIPTIONS 10 Ze Craig Hoeker Stanfordy For Accuracy and Low Prices r th L h jJN J II ct T I fiE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ii r E C WALTON r- TIIK Illinois Leclslature has a bill before It to provide for klpderparleo and manual training In auy town or die trlct and to compel ibo establishment i of kindergarten In all cities with 5 p 000 or more Inhabitant Manual train og Is made oblljjatory In all cities of 20000 and more Massachusetts paused In 1804 a law making manual training k schools obligatory In all cities of 20000 andover Twentythree cities camo under this provision Besides these cities there arc In Massachusetts IS n smaller elite which while not requir ed by law to do eo maintain manual training schools The measures but anticipate the Inevitable They lead t the States Into n path of educational progress upon which every other American Commonwealth will soon bo found advancing with success to the solution of many of the gravest social I problems of tho day Tim trustees of the Houses of Reform should feel proud of their work when 1 they read and hear of ouch cases as this Tom Nickel a Syrian about 14 years old was released from tho IIouse of Reform yesterday after a years sen tence Hd went Into tho Institution Ignorant and unable to speak English but leaves It able to read In tho fourth es reader and master of arithmetic up to fractions a handsome compliment to the work of that excellent Institution Bad this boy spent the same length of time In the penitentiary the chances are that ho would have bqcn even more vr Ignorant than when bo went In as well as a hardened criminal who would t likely have found kits way back to place of punishment tbatI AT last one of the men charged with bringing about tho death of Gov Win Goebel is receiving punishment Hen- ryt E Youtsey was sentenced Tuesday to life imprisonment He has begun his sentence having abandoned all ef Torte for a now trial In a statement med In court his counsel claimed bo had not been given justice but ex- presseda a belief that he would fare no r better upon a second trial alleging prejudice against their client As sentence was passed Youtsey protested bis r Innocence Youtsoy was assigned to work In the dining room He will become a men ber of tho prison Christian Endeavor Society Sunday THE RIpley Indictment for compltcl t ity in the assassination of Gov GoebelI it is said will be followed by others which may Include people closo to f a home If there Is sutilctent evidence upI on which to base them they should beI found otherwise we take It they will not The motto should be Let no guilty man escape Too many are still at large whose necks should bavo felt the halter draw long ago r suits NATIONS visit toTopekaseem to have done some good The whisk joints have been warntd by city and t county odlclals to close and the saloon men have agreed to sell no moro llq uorHON DAVE H SMITH Is another candidate for U S Senator who favors the election of Senators by the popular will of the people W TUB House committee on Invalid pen sions has favorably reported the bill to give invalid pensioners 830 OVER 00000 was spent for flowers x at Queen Victorias burial CALL FOR MEETING The democratic district committee of the IStb Senatorial District of Ken tucky Is called to meet at the law olllc of R C Warren In Stanford on MQo 5day Feb 11 1001 at 10 oclock AI for the purpose of determining the time and manner of nominating a dem ocratic candidate to be voted for at tbo next ensuing November election R C WAIIKEN f Chairman 18th Senatorial District POLITICAL Maj Gen NeUon A Miles has been nominated by tbo president to be lieu tenant general of the army W H Culton ocoof the Goebel mur der suspects wanted to be appointed a notary public but was refused by Gov IJecknam The Tennessee Senate by a yoto ofI 18 to 15 defeated the Peeler Dill to ox iF tend tho provisions of the four mllo law to larger towns The House pawed a bill to extend the charters of national banks for another period of 20 years after 1902 when the present extension expires JJ C Bond of Harrodaburg has been declared the nominee of the democratic party for representative Mer oar county by tha democratic commit tee Hon J Campbell Cantrlll if an I pounced as a candidate for the State Senate from the district composed t Jessamine Suott and Woodford coun tiesThe republicans of the Indiana Leg islatnre backed on the proposl tlon to gerrymander the State as to In Congress insure a delegation a h 3 Harry Uakor who was a candidate for Congress against Hon Al Derry i died in Erlantrcr near Covln ton- Col John R Allen of Lexington told the Cincinnati Enquirer that ho thought Hon James B McCrnary had things his own way in the race for U S Vest of Missouri says wo are legally bound to give Cuba absolute Independence but that the Island will after u while seek annexation to the United States In tho list of nominations sent to the Senate Is the name of Capt J Franklin Bell of tho Seventh cavalry a Ken tucklan to bo Brigadier General in the regular army Sydney B Everett secretary of the United States legation at Guatemala City under Minister W Godfrey Hunt er commltted sulcldo by shooting 11 health was tho cause Tho Confederate veterans of Savan nah have protested against the Invitation to President McKinley and appeal td Gen Gordon to remove the coming encampment from Memphis Tho Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill as completed by the House Committee on Appropriation carries 80701OJU The Army Appropriation Bill carries approximately 8113000000 Senator Deboo recommended Con gressman Pugh for appointment as judge of the new Federal district in Kentucky Congressman Borelrg recommended Judge J H Tinsley for district attorney The republicans of the HUh Senatorial district have called a convention at Burksville for March 14 to nominate a candidate for Senator The counties In the district are AdaIr HUisellI Wayne Clinton and Cnmberland The democratic legislative COMer Lion In the UIckmanFultoa district held at Fulton resulted in a split The regular convention nominated dyers for Represenatlve 23 dela ate81c held a separate convention and noml nated Robert Flalt Capt Joseph Garrard of the Ninth Cavalry has been made a major Be Js at present In charge of the recruiting tattoo at Cincinnati Maj Garrard has been In tho army for a number nf years He Is a son of Gen T Garrard of Clay county Kentucky A Washington dispatch says Rep resentatlve foreleg is visiting jewelry stores today looking for a gold pen to ba used by the president when he signs tbo Kentucky Judicial bill He like wise wants this pen used by President McKlnley when he appoints Represen tatlve Pugh as judge The War revenue Reduction Bill was pissed by the Senato substantially as It came from the committee but being different from the louse bill must go j back to that body A determined clTort was made to remove the tax on bank checks but it failed as did an elTort to compel the telegraph and express com panics to bear the burden imposed upon their patrons under the present law Toe most Important amendment taxes bucket shops An amendment for an income tax was defeated by a party vote NEWS NOTES Hon Albert A Stoll Is dead In LouI people era dying from the cold at Canton China The Henderson tobacco works burn ed Loss 20000 Weaver the barber la on trial at Geor e ownISix pirates were executed by the British in tbo Yalu river Judge Cantrlll ordered Caleb Powers taken to the Frankfort jail For the fourth time within a year thuI Posioflice at Vienna W Va was rob bedMason a village In Warren county O of 1100 population bus not a single Negro Ex DeputySheriff John Elklns has been Indicted for murder In Marian countyAbnpr Anderson of Pembroke was killed while telling a tree In Christian 1aty1i Ward postmaster at Sandy Hook Elliot County fell dead while riding a horao Mrs James Tress of Paducah attempted suicide by taking laudanum She will recover Two large moonshine stills wcro de molished by a raid of revenue olllccrs in Rowan county Queen Wllhelrolna and Duke Henry of McoklenburgSchwerln were married at the Hague Circuit Judge Parker at Lexington rendered a decision exempting the Odd Fellows from taxes Twenty persons are reported killed or wounded In a wreck on the Erlo road near Greenville Par Qray new president of George town College was given a warm wel com by the students It required two shocks to kill Loren zo Priori who murdered Vlnccnzb Ga- o in New York City Jcaaa Bryant who is dying from Bright disease has been paroled from the Frankfort penitentiary Tno Exposition Hotel at Blnghamton N Y was burned Two men perished Several persons were fatally injured George Whitehead a brakeman was seriously injured under tho cars at Leb anon Junction He had been married only a few days to the daughter of Dr Johnson the railroad surgeon Ya The Masonic Templo at ToledQ o burned sml tha Masonic orders thero loot nil their records and paraphernalia 1 M IIIIIs livery stable at Adair villa burned with 17 horses and lOvo hicks Loss 83000 Insurance 2000 A telegram from tWbourvlllo states that It Is believed that tnhn L Powers has joined Taylor and llnluv In Indi 01Judo WUUnm Bullltt a prominent retired jurl illJlI oSContedorato dIe I of diminution in dead at Prank fort Judge Robert U Todd a former Jus tlco of the Louisiana supreme court- anda native 0t Kentucky IS In Brooklyn Gov LJeoklmm announces that under- no condition will the lulTrk RhulIn prfzoflght bo allowed to Lake place In KentuckyIn light In a suburb of Cincin nati Crank Hilton of Cailettsburtr was knoatced Into Insenilblllt and seriously burl- Angered because hU whiskers had beeb pulled John Duogartiefa cut the throat of Jack Grinder an oil man at Montpellcr Ind At Portland Me part of the Oriental powder mills at Newhall was demol ished by an explosion Two umployus were blown to atoms Flaming posters In Kansas City on nounco that Mrs Nation will visit that city She will be arrested if she at smashing theretempts any saloon Jessie Ashhursi as a result of a quar rel over a dog tired tllX dhoti at Robert Woodruff ut Georgetown Tho shots went wild and Ashhuret was rrestcd A society woman at Frankfort Ind sued her husband for divorce alleging that tie had beaten her Into luienslbtll ty using a yelping pet dog as a weapon Mrs Mary Wolfe who was born in Amsterdam In 1709 and claimed to bavo en Napoleon on his march to MoV w hOi just died at Moundsvllle During Va her Chicago engagement Sarah Bernhardt took out a life tniur anca policy of 9100000 In favor of her sdn Sbo was pronounced an excellent risk Stockholders of the German Nation al Bank of Louisville must pay a balance of 3120000 under the Ruessmeat levied by Controller Dawcs before Pub ruary u The American Cigar Company bus purchased tho Hummel rL Voget Com lays cigar manufactory In Louisville and will build an Immense factory giv ing employment to about 3000 people The large barn of Press Miller of Travisvllle Term was destroyed by tire consuming all the feedstuff bUll tIcs wagons and 12 horses Loss about 3000 No Insurance Tnctndlarlsm Is suspected The Ripley indictment was the only ono returned by the Franklin January grand jury in connection with tho as sassination case There Is no truth in rumors of Indictments of Dukr Sieve Sharp Mllward and otbers Gov Nash and Adj Gen Adams say they will send two regiments to Sacn gerfcst Hall and spend 8 0000 appro priated by the State Emergency Board to prevent the JetlrlesKhulln contest Cincinnati while the Saen erfes otllccrs say if the case now being heard Is decided in their favor they will bold the tight It Is now said that ex Judge W II Yost was the principal witness before the grand jury which Indicted Capt Rlpley ludgo Poet is said to bavo tes tified that Rlpley made the statement that he knew from personal knowledge that Powers was Innocent and Taylor guilty and rather than sea an Innocent wan convicted he would toll all bo knew Judge John Gibbons of Cbtcagoeays In a legal opinion The law of mar riage and divorce as it prevail here li nothing less than legalized concubin age I am not an alarmist but I do say that our present divorce law must nec essarily result In the debasement of public morale I should amend the law eo as to permit absolute divorce only for infidelity and impotency Mrfl Nation wrecked tho finest saloon In Topeka Sbe was arrested but after wards released The proprietor of the place and his two guards wore also arrested The Chief of Police says ho does not care If Mrs Nation sinuhbus every saloon in Topeka Mrs Nation was arftatcd on the complaint of tbo owners of tho wrecked saloon but was released on 100 ball A dlpatch from Vuraalles says Wood ford county failed to recognlo in Mrs Carrie Nation the Kansas saloon masher distinguished daughter un til Mrs Nation herself a tow days ago claimed the kinship Than a number of people here called to mind a tluxen tialred rollicking girl of twelve years whose father Georo Moore ECJi forty years ago owned ono of tho handsomest country places on the famous turnplko that leads from hero to Midway Neither Morgan the active negotia tor for the great Rockefoltcrityndlcato nor Carnegie will confirm tho story that the latter has sold to the trust a controlling Interest In his steel bust ness but it la generally accepted as true that the deal Id all but an at com pUshed fact The transaction U tbo most stupendous In industrial history and sets at rest the stories that tho two great kings of Industry Rockefeller and Carnegie were about toenter upon war et XII IVY1i 1 t I v f t t if r fet y r Iofl I il I i j J ir q 1iiv iSt m The Louisville Store jg Overstocked on Winter GoodsJOwing to the extremely mild winter we are overstocked 4jj f t on goods which we are bound to turn Into cash We will positively out garment iti our housett It does about the price They must be sold v quicksome at half and some at less thanhalfrbe reserved they must all goto make room I for the new spring stock j Copes mntto to sell fir UO go In this sao at Igo t4 Capes made to sell for 83CO RO InthU sale nt MJ mil 4 h Cs iCnpet made to sell for 100 Eo In this sale at 1j 48 0 J jg 14tilcs made to sell for iSOO go in this sale OIM Jl IS r i r1lulleslluh and Astrfchan Cfe go In taU ulll for loss time halt price 4X-I7 Jackets to close out at half price Ss Woh bm dozen of Genie tpv lilnoh Callers all theIalc tMylr wotth earl t ra 7They wilt all go In this great sale at 5c iJ0 JtExtra good iiualUr of l5 Kid gloves made of fine selected skins black sail mill the loading fall shades special price for a short time due Qviy = = ofI 25o Wool Socks lOc neverlih a pairlOc Hose 5eII adc + and Mlmn stainless fRt black twhoe strictly Meanders worth lOo a pair dont miss this great bargain at only 0jt h25c All Wool Mittens 5c 4 tJ or suit cliilJronn wuttli 2Cc our n prlrr flow t e School Shoos 48c J Lace and button thin hoo will cost fll i in any other store w o J i t t 4f v 1 ofca V F v v 4 If IiIIII1 i V fli j FOX j LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Hone and Mulct constoutly on fund and for sale at nil time V Lo nn Vooil Manager ADAMS FISTULA CURE 4 Mnnufnctureil by J W Mama S Oo Paint Mck Ky Ia a guaranteed sure cure for horses toll mult utlllctetl with 1Mlulu 1allavll Swlnney fcrutclir Huddle llollt lard and Soft Enlargements Oreair Hue lbtemper Ac for aale ll W Icllob crt ilru RUt UiAnfurdt K Humphrey Ilherty Thotnpuo ltingvllle A Cnldwell w jno burci Dunn IJrtxi llry V It Mlltedgavll J1OeoCluru Turnerivlllo J IL VanliooU icy HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call E DILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICK==And Dealer In Lime Cement c o- Wrlto For IVlpf Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lo In Ifenrlllfl ndtj UVlnwUri unit FrlJ y Will bo In SunfuM Tiira 1ar Tburtiliyi and Sal urdaji- Oltinln the IVrmimtou HulMIng St nlrJ li lice liourtli to to r OSTEOPATHY ThlSctenqnlalnatrl amt dtelorrt by Dr or Me dleula on riutlplesofdaatomyanti 1hynlology Of In re lull It rfqultw lio flllli noilruf no IdtIIIII no iiirrlcul and dalu hlagutwl muralihteohatbyrtewrluau ia mad1l1 of no inanjr la II Wben an pa- naproKrlyaJJulntwdnut overworked limltli at I the result Sooueofthe dbrawe trtetnl iiy nt N rrnui 1roitrallon JlraiUclim Neuralgia Ithruiiiillsni CIrrb weak lyCl Junulaled Lid hour IIlart liver and Iuug Ileece Qntlpallon 1rotliatr all Bloin lIeh 1llcaDlllnlllnaltrolllI bl aeeaol Ibmn ird Jolnli llnalurrluftl cailoniSllirJi lnU ImlTiU Inc ucomoior Alai la Female UUcatvt a qeeblty CnniulUtlun tlH Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital 8tocklJIW000- Suoceiaor to The Fanners flank Trust Cumwu and under lame management noullnu ouily fur 2a Yran Solicits Your Bank Account lloplog luch bustnpM relation will prose uutua Ijr beneficial aud jloJ Pill iCTOHS JJ Williams 1e SrJA W Carpenter W n Cumiulni J E SJIShiDk JKCaib J a Uwilcir OFFWita S II Shack President J UOwilty Cutter V Wo It Ilrlgut Asit Cashier 1IJa I rIUSCo N M7GJ iA c Eg 10Cieo3 IsCf i 10 1 w cor= In I= s o uw oS W = CD c scl n 0 I 3xI t aa ct Rider Hats 49o 1f 1Rough lMn or polkailol hauls 7JiIwiltyast you f1 any 1if atore iTable Llnan 25c I50c while red nil white soil linen table Hum It never sold for less IllIm 60c yard now 23e titr 1itforHeavy Gray Underwear t 100 Underwear 6Sc JJ Tens fins ribbed umlorwcur brown and blur closing price Pie per Mull they h are worth S 100 1c 0 1 1 i4 4 11 11- 4 of 4 T Voi Vi V1 2r f A Nice XIMV Clean Line of I Furniture r 1tn t Carpetsl lings anil Wall 1Sl1luisu MOIDfcSAYfl IS MONEY MADE 1111 1 SQ LOOK AT THE BARGAINS AT W W Withers STANFORD KENTUCKY something New r ITIWILLJIMAKE HARD WORK EASY CALL AND SEE IT IT WILL PAY YOU GEO H FARRIS 5 CO t c JpffiBS BRYB Bustentfille KY- Ha un K rgant Line or New- CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS Anil the Grenteat mace 4 Klioei Kvcr 1iittnSale In Hitntunvillo I am Closing Out n Line of atS3SO 500 100 and Boys Shoes ul The Former 1rlco 41 60 Mens 300 and 500 Shoes at 150 It willlpay you ID buy them whether you need them now or not WBIVIRobertsIIs THE DRUGGIST tZtp se k Trade With Him Ii i Ic it y t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANKoun KvvI 8 100l Ouil prescription work la uneurpau Try utt and bo convinced Pcooyi fed Store PERSONALS Miss LIUIE Mooiti la a grip aulTer or TUB widow of Mr John M Logan very lIck Alit AND SpIS J A DUUOKitMt arc both side- BORN to tho wire of Uobcrt Fenzel a daughter IlKV R It NOEL U with hid oletora In Ditnvlllo- U MKS JAMKS H OWENS le quite it with tho grip LEa DILL hot had H severe uuilu with thu grip Mlts J II MKItSUON and Mite Kati areMor hon both III ATTORNEY J It HUSH of Itlch 4 tnond came down Wednesday K U JitiAKMiY went to Marlon t county yesterday to buy huraea Mas ANNIE LASIKY and aged muth er Mrs Scarjjont Bro both IlooKKit WILKINSON of Liberty U with bus brother Kd Wilkinson MIR9 AMftBilKNtmiCKS of South LouUvllle le wkh Mu W II Brady MltS J S WKLLS of Danville U vIMtlng her homefolks at Walnut Flat LITTIK OAHKOLL DUUHKKAU of Kowluod who ha scarlet fever It very low MHH J P HOCK Hit of Junctio- Chy U with her daughter Mr W O Speed Mos J IAXTOs spent ccvcrul days with her parents at Gilbert Creek M183 IlKUTIIA Gnvillis 01 Shelb City It with hur abler Mm B r Ooazley t MuCrTTiiTiiuiuoxn Is visiting tiller AIIs Helen Thurmond at theri GKOKQK P GivrSBof Topeka Ju t a nephew of Jame Glveni deceased la in tho cloy Mu ANt Mus T U HAMMOND of Casey wero hero yesterday coneultln Dr It A Jonc J C LuCs of Nachvllle tpcclul agent of tho 1bcnlx Iniuranco Co It with Uov It H Mahony- MR0 WHL WIIITB of tho East Knd will enter Tranylvanla Normal Col lego at Lexington Monday Till hnndnome wile of Capt lion D McGraw of Junction Cltypant sev I eral day with Mr W O Speed Mils A ADDAMB and daughter of n Lebanon paucd up to Crab Orchard I je tcrday to vlU MM Jano Buchanan MB JI B08IBY of Iarli VIM In to sea us Tuesday Ho think of pet ling In to newspaper harness again soon MRS NCTTIK UeCK of Stanford who hoe been vitltlng MIa Elizabeth liar t moo has returned homo Danville Not WOODS WAIKKIJ of Garrard pasec through Tuesday to Union county where ho will hunt foxes for a few days ME9SH3 J S HociCFlt and I1 M Mcllobcrtu of thla place wero regii tercd at tho Gall Houno LouUvllle Wednesday Miss MAIUB KAOAN of Crvtal i Spring Mlu arrived last uvcnlng r and U tho guest of Mlsaoa Sue und Annie hello Wood MIL ALFRED DAVIS of Crab Orch ard was hero yesterday and Wednes day lookln for a farm Wo hopo he will buy near here Mils W It DIUION Mrs Samuel t Ward anti Messrs Wlx Hui oll and Harry Dllllon of Livingston attentlcd the burllll of Mr James H Tucker MRs G T LACKBY of St Louis arrived yettordny morning to vUlt rol atlvqa Dr Bertlo Carpenter of flue tonvlllo who had been thoro attending lecture returned on the aras train MliH J H GUKUH hUB been pasulng under the rod of sorrow During tho lust two week bo has lost father mother anti two other close relative Sbo Is u daughter of the late Jacob Ncwland of Carrard- MR um Mita J S MrKirnucK who recently moved to Boyle from Lin coin have rooted the Thomas Barbeo place Mr McKlttrick Is a daughter of the venerable Col V- tnI Stlgall who continues In III health Advocate Mil W P WALTON and family re turned yesterday from Lexington und again occupy their homo on West Main Street Mr Walton will enjoy a few months of much necded rest vary lag tho monotony now and then hope by assisting the editor of this JIB per ILOCALS tTo Jones for embroideries patonttkld eueaI at Cum mine ft McClarys t LADIES lieu tho 1001 ylleh footwear Severance Sons P U DAVIS Is gfibper pound for old hens and Do for turkeys DONT forget us when you como to ourt Monday Somo of our patrons have seemingly forgotten that they owo for their paper Let this be a gentlo reminder LADIES wo have the goods you wantIfor early sewing Severance L CAliiiAdK 1olatocs Hcan Hominy and Canned gooJa at Warren tShank JAMES UAMIIO k SON Is tho name of a now general merchandising llrm nt Mnywood A KEv pairs of mens and boys course boots to closo at a big bargain J PJontf Coreeteafco now anco k Son TUB Ladlca1 Aid Society of tho flap tUt church wltl have a bazaar In Pen na drugstore from 1 to b Saturday afternoon j 1NDTICE TO TASPAVBUS rtvo par cent bo added to nil school taxes not palu by Fob 121001 L It Hugbea trcas DilL Jfii 1 I A RBPORTBR of this paper saw the onglnuorit of the Southern surveying a lino yesterday morning between Dan vlllo dnd Faulconer I AM solo agent for the Continental FIro Insurance Company In the coun ties of Lincoln Boyle and Casey It B Mahony Stanford Cy CANT our Huitonvlllo and Ml Vet non correspondents do little better Hundreds of our readers look forward to their loiters and wo dislike to disap point them S Moitnis PIJBD proprIetor of the Farmer Holler Mills tells us that he toldnthe bust of pour meal do Monday next court day TUB Danvlllo New says that Mr It It Gentry has goon out of tbo meat probYscour u suitable building Anal ADAMS colored who was lined 910 for attempting to draw bit pistol here Christmas eve night 1809 and skipped out came to town Wednesday Marshal Jones laid eyes or him and had him In jail a few minute later Wegto build an Ico honed with a capacity of 600 tons Heretofore oho demand for Ico has been greater than tho supply and In orderto nil all order the movo Is made TUB Advocate boasts that It has a subscriber la Will Sallcc who Is paid up to Sept 1001 Shucks thats nosh log weve trot om by oho column paid up that tar while our list of those who are paid to lUOIl covert considerable space In our mailing galleys WIIITB going to the funeral of Mr J U Tucker yesterday a hot Iron In the buggy In which Mrs Joslo Bane y and Mrs Maggie Martin were driving toet flro telrs Martins dress burning It to such an extent that she had to togd a row slight burns i WK learn with deep regret of the death of our cousin Mr K T emit of Louisa Va A number of years ego ho wrote a very Interesting coati n ued story for this paper and nO doubt many of our readers remember It Ho was a liberal contributor to various tcugazlncs For years Mr Smith held a high and lucrative position with the C L O railroad but his lest years wero spent In literary work t BRYAN Mr James C Bryan died at his homo on Danvlllo Avenue at 11 oclock Tuesday morning of pneumonia aged 71 Ho was first takon with grip which terminated as above A wife and two children Mrs J L Tottonand J D Bryan survive Alter appropriate remark by Klder Joseph Ballot ut bill late residence Wednesday turning tha remains wero laid to rot in the Duwson burying ground Mr Bryan was ao honorable upright man an uflcompro musing democrut and u good citizen In evdry particular TuiiCKit A good man went to his reward when MrJumes H Tucker of tho Maywood section passed Into tho great boyond at an early hour Wcdncs day morning aged 60 Ito hud com plumed a Ilttlo tho evening before but when his nleco went Into his room about 4 oclock that morning ho her ho was feeling firstrate Sho cuB- ed him at 7 but no response came and on entering tho room she found him dead It Is believed that heart disease selfw t who Is crusbcd with grief was attend log tho bedside of her daughter Mrs Bused ll Dllllon at Livingston when sho was mado a widow Mr Tucker was a splendid man popular with bis neighbors and loved by all who know him Ua Wll8 a strict member of the Methodist ahurch and having lived a righteous life death held no fears for hIm Beside Mrs Dllllon u son J A Tucker survives and they with their mother have the sympathy of all In theIr jfreat Iou At 10 yesterday morn lug funeral services wero hold by Rev McIntyre at Sit Hebron church after which tho remains wore brought hero and Interred In Buffalo Cemetery An excellent man has fallen lot others emulate J the good example bo bag sot r SPECTACLES at Craig L Hookers WILL BISIIOI W9 Green Ings storo at KlddV Store for 2500 SrcuiAL prices on can gouda Como and tea us Ulgglns fc MoKlnney GENTLEMEN only one moro week of our shirt sale PaIr warning J R JoDcr InjDIG line of cooking stoves just In Prices very low Satisfaction guaran teed O U Farris t Co It B oNYleagent for floe of the oldest and strongest Fire Insurance Companies In this country rCC3t3nNS b1cCLAhavo oho handsomest thing In oho way of a show cuso over brought to Stanford TUB weather been behaving very badly since ground hog dry Consider able snow fell yesterday and It Is sleet lag this morning FARMEKS examine your wheat and sco If weevil has not damaged U Quite a lot of wheat is ruined before noticed J U Baughman S Co MR JAMES Dtsz iron ID tho trespass suit In Judge James P Bul loyn Court Wednesday Tim W Hutch teen bad sued him This was the sec ond trial of tho case JAN HARRIS of tbo West End for looting and wounding Dick Dunn also colored was placed In Jull yesterday by Deputy SherllT J A Shannon His trial Is set for Saturday NEW DEITTIES Collector Janice Demon has appointed Walter Elrod of Somernet und J L McCoy of Pine vllle division deputies In place of B G Alford and H W Atkcson WC Giti its Nu has bought bark oho stock of groceries ho sold Itoso c Bishop Hustonvlllo and will do buss ness a his old stand whero bo hopus hie old customers nail moony new ones will call IT matters little if the JelTrlceUuh lln light Is galled olT when we can ace one surge to homo Kid Hubert of Loulsyllle and Jim Canners of St Louis havo been matched to box 20 rounds at Junction City Fob 13 AL FIELDS has asked to have his date at Walton Opera Houca changed to March 10th from the 15th Hisf minstrel company Is larger and better than ever and ho only stops In a town this size to sera a night In a long jump JOPLIN Mrs J L Joplln ono of Mt Voroons best women died Tues day morning after a long Illness She was u devout member of tho Christian church and her work for all good caus es will bo missed An aged husband and a number ot grown children sur vivo ACCIDENT Marshal W W Penn of Junction Citytoga pretty badly used up In a runaway yesterday Driving to Danvllle nis horse became frightens and ran over an embankment wreck thhe head and shoulders IK talk amounts to anything Lancas ter will certainly get the Southern Railroad We are glad to know that our people realize that talk Is heap though and lire sawing wood and say tai nothing Let them keep tho ark amovlng while our Garrard county friends are wasting their wind in speech MR LfBEUCE who accompanied tbo consulting engineers of the Southern Railroad Messrs Harrison and Moore us far ns Dallas Pulaskl coun ty returned Wednesday night feeling good over Stanfords getting tho road The gentlemen were well pleased with the route sad were surprised at the splendid coal and timbered lands It goes through Mr Bruce turned tbo gentlemen over to Mr Hurvo Poyntor of Dallas who promised to accompany theta as far as they wished TUB following from Postmaster Cam niu at Hustonvlllo Is solfoxplanatory Papers felled to coma again last night The ones for Cbllton Ed and Llnnlo arrived all O K Ours did not como in atuntil this A consequently I again caught what Paddy gave the drum This Is exceedingly annoying to us The papers for Hustonville are In the same suck with those for the offices Mr Camnlt names and It seems noth log but puro cussedness on the part of the postal clerks that they aro not al lowed to reach their destination In time W P WALTON CANKD Exeditor of Tho Democrat given a quad one by Sheriff Bosworth The former editor of this paper W P Walton was hand somoly caued by Sheriff II M Dos worth yesterday In the presence of a number of gentlemen who seemed to enjoy tho performance The cane U mudo of leather is silver tipped and a beautiful one Mr Walton la very proud of It both for tho friendly spirit the gUt betokens and because It camo from the hand of tbo man who captur ed Caleb YawcraLoxlogton Morning Democrat CANDIDATES cards of various kinds cheap at this olllco En MINOR who was shot at Lancas tor by Will Hamilton Is doing as well- sa could ba expected Ills doctors think ho has a good show to recover MATRIMONIAL An Iowa woman Is about to marry tho ninth time Three of her husbands obtained divorce three suicided and the other two skipped out Mr James B Curtis ot Garrard and Miss Lucy A Lunstord tho pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mr B F Luntford of Prcachorsvllle were married at the residence of Rov B B Mahony In this city by that gentle man Wednesday Walter F Burns hll begun proceed ing In Now York for the annulment of his marriage with Alice Gladys Brau onllch whom ho charges with bigamy Ho also says sbo represented herself to bo a daughter of Gen John B Castle man of Louisville PIANO FOR SALE A fine abargainTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby elate tint the Dim Plow sold by thoOliveriirrlor to oho cradle W U 00WAN J 8 GOODB S M OWKNS BANK STOCK FOR SALE e onochcourthouse gull public v 10 ilmrcs of stuck Jhaten IAXTOX Exr Paper Hanging And Painting Fco and before you let your painting II paperandyoicniiholt I will do painting In proportion All work guaranteed J J BFLDEN Stanford Ky Painting Repairing I urn prepared to paint nod repair your tyloJtoed You can have your old vehicle made now for very little money J II GItEKIt Stanford Ky POSTED myarmVM LANIXiUAK KrlgorKy myfarmKRKD NIKILIA Otteobelni Ky PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE 1UEACHEnsvnTK KV openJanhlJbchoollnchllllngotten In tho dotwrtmcnt Thu common school branches Higher Mnthu 1116IorJ 0 MclCEC Prin- cipalPRUITTBROS MOHKLAND KY Second Hand Buggies and Surreys Bheap Give uv cull nod ho convinced A S PRICK SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffliaTP Urdeyllnildteg R A JONES DENTIST i Stanford Ky Ofllce over Higglns A McKinneya Stor Telephone No 41 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol STANKOHD KY Cipltal Stock 5100000 Surplus 817633 61 Thli Institution orlglnillf tttabllihei as the potU Bank nf SUnforJIu 133 then reorgaolittl II the National Dank ol Stanford In I8CS snJegah eorpnlud alb Flfit National Bank ot Stanforc n I882ha hJ practically an uninterrupted exist encefor4l jean It It better supplied now wlU fadlltie for uiac8ngbuilnM promptly and I I araUythanoTcrbeforcln IU lung anti bonniab career Accounts of IlIdIYI 1ulIlIducarlla- a d IndlJdudasollcltedalaarreal F hold Uucoln CoI J W IlajdenStanlu S T UnlII 8 II Baughman JSHockir II TP Hill WP Walton II W Trlbble JU CollferCrab Orchd U J Miller MLVwuon M DEIiuore HUnforJ orriciai J S hoc cr Prrald nt J J McltoberU Cathlo r S J Clearance Sale I Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky I Invite you to the SPECIAL SALE during the month of February This means money saved to you Sue our centre table loaded with PJfffiMensi olTCallcnesf t Ask to ileA our mena skirts at half trice 15 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 ThisIsManygootlsreduce our stock in tho nut 30 days to make room for spring goods Special Sale Goiogooat Racket Store I bavo Just received a carload of goods from the Eastern markets The Shipment Includes Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Shoes La dies and Gents Furnishings ChildrensClothingyou better bargains and more value for your money than any other store in IheStnto Goods will now be soul for than manufacturers Cost Price Como and see for yourself and avoid tho rush I also take In exchange or pay spot cash for produce Mer chants should also inspect my rim k as I sell wholesale as well as retail Thanking you for past favors I solicit your future trade Yours for bargains The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Gtiuuurc Prop Next Door to jlhcoln National flank o to I 110 p Irof lJt1otote e fvfif Another Opportunity J 1t n f t1ef 1To save money These are new up to date good thin cream of our Jfj stock Yon can get norm better are winter Is 5J1irlr If so a good thing us both 1 ot Ii Mens Conlivan reduced from 450 totl7 Ise 1 E 5 Mena Enamel Calf reduced from 150 to 37oetiPf Mens Kid Lined Vici reduced from 4 to2ii IiIJJS Mens Drill Lined Yici reduced from LThto 275rRjpZ Mens Valour Calf reduced from 375 to 2er Mens Box Calf reduced from 350 to275 fyJjbrtji1 f Ladies Ultra reduced from 350 to 275 t0Ji The above goods are all welt und extended soles nnd carry tho same JjjJT guarantee as with former prices SPOT CASH KBMKMBEK O M- if H J McROBERTS Jf j ja i til 4 Ui i ALa lsN I14g Ji tj w jr t IG f Ei i I Embroideries and t Laces I iv4 hCo e and iinnestinnaDlythe r =rc ww nw if French Vals Ii Lv L INy 9lGrftir tV 1UYaliltL Sb3 i We have in these a largo assortment many of them In matched sets from the tiny handkerchief lace to the wide lluunce Then cornea our wonder to nil Our 5c Lace Counter Ueauliful smoothly woven patterns trout to 4 inches wide nil ntGoper Srj yard Youll find It to your interest to sell these goods liuforc purchasing elsewhere IlilTJOBN P JONES Stanford 6 CJIi ti b lS6 U f a Nli t 12i 1 Cottons 11e are offering for early I icwiti special values iu IJkaoh Cottons atsic OAc ill SOFT FINISH COTTON7c anti Sic Wo are also showing it very soft iJfinish cotton 3G inches wide sera r I- tI weight anti count ns Hope at 7Ac LONG CLOTHS r NAINSOOKS KglooAt 10 cents IS cents and 25 conl S Splendid value in toil finish 4 B 1 BROWN COTTON Bleach Cambric at lOc m Yard wide Brown Cotton nt Cc itand fljc SHEETS ISIxU0 sued blccch hemmed Twenty by forty knotted fringe sheets at 6Uc rat towels at lUc 42xCO ireiimied or Ilem stitched Pillow Caecs nt 12Ac Five desirable patterns in GcnutuiIIulf llleech Tablo COJA SONS i Opposite Court House E r t I t Y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1ubl1ahadruera1ay ncSrdcSavra Li 1 PER YEAR CASH 1 Wben not aopaMfflSOP will bechtrg Entered tithe ftotlofflce at Stanford aa econ claa8 natter BRODHEAD Mrs Woodall was burled at tho Methodist cemetery Dro Pike 001 elating Aunt Jano Woodall passed qulctlV sway Tuesday morn Ins at 10 ocloi She was tho moiher lnlaw of John Jar 4 ret Eliza Roberts and Robert Woody Sno died at Mr John Jarretla 4 Mr G W Miller of Danville Is at the bedside of Mrs Tbarp her ilck mother J A Repass of Lancaster the railroad surveyor was In town thls week John Jarrett Jr of Lebanon attended the burial of Mrs Woody WednesdayMrs Brooks the widowed moll er of George Frank W T and Dick Brooks who lived at Gum Sulphur died at her home Monday at 5 A N The boys arc all good frlenda to tbo writer and thor have our sympathy for we all have only one mother and it Is bard Indeed to give her up So boys prepare to meet her In a bettor world than this one Our board of town trustees met Tuc day at a regular meeting and passed an ordinance adopting the general Biatuto on crime and punishment as an on Dance of this town also one against persons getting on or ofT a moving et f glno or train who has no ticket and one against trains running throuj h tho corporate limits at a speed greats r than 10 miles an hour Mr J E We lea was employed as marshal and saye ho will certainly enforce the law Miss Sallle Purccllia spending tbe week with relattvesand friends at Lan- cAster Mr Harvey Dunn returned from Danville Monday where ho bad been to confirm a deal with Mr P L T Beck In soiling him his fathers farm srThe price paid was 87500 and one fourth of the wheat crop We presun that Mr Joshua Dunn and family will mako their future home at Brodhead Ho is a good man and citizen and be with his family will do much In helpn up our town for Mr Harvey is an en terprlslnp energetic business man Rev George D Hcndrlckaon leave Thursday night for Indiana where he anticipates remaining for two months Bro Pike filled his appointment vlth Haysvllle church last Sunday and returned Monday Dr J S Evans of Rlleys came up last Monday tOBeo Mrs W G Tharpe who has been etc for the last 10 months Dr Evans is u Christian gentleman as well as a goof practitioner His diagnosis of Mrs Tbarps case establishes the diagnosIs of Dr Gravely our home physician who Is attending Mrs Tharpe She Is no better at this writing Mrs Mary Collynr has been confiner to her room for several days but Is soma better now Mr Wm Gtlpln has moved out to his farm recently pur nlHeodersonlsder J our never r falls to eund out a Drat class operator Mr J H Albright who has been ab eeot for a month working for the In terest of the Maccabees Is at borne this week looking well Dr J M Clark Is vhltlng his old borne in North Caroll na this week Dr J F Watson Is com plaining because he gets no rest Out young boys did well Friday night li their discussion Some of them whi could not say anything when they firs organized displayed considerable tal r oaten oratory So boys go forward you will make men some day The indorsement of Politician Pugl for the Eastern Kentucky DistrIct Judgeship by the democratic members of the Kentucky congressional dolega ton is unquestionably good fellowship ana probably good politics put It is bad faw and worse patriotism Pugh was cutout for a County Judge and like the baby cattish that grow up in a castaway jug he has never expanded sutli clently to burst his environment Louisville TIrDse IlKAHSESS CANNOT HE CURED lij local application ntthrr cinnat roach tilt din weal of eat There h only one war li eire deafneesand tilt U by constluuloaal dies IJcalnew It toed lif an IntUmed condltloi of the mucous llnlm of toe Kuttacklin Tube tube n InUtmed hive a nmiblln it abuofortmperrctliearingamlwbeuItIientirely clueS dealneaa U luillon can Ixtakrn out and thin tube retort to It normal condition bearing will be destroyed fed nine csutt out of ten are eausel by c terra width Is cotblniz but an Inllamuiod rontlt lion of the mucous turfacia eve wilt glra one hundred dollars fur any case or ileifnru rauwd bycilarrh that rannot bo curw by Halla Catarrh Cure for clrculan tree K J CHENEY A CO Tulido O c Sold llrugg eta 7o- ISelsrallly IIHa are the IIlIIt State Convention Y M C A of Kentucky LonisvJHe Ky Fob 21 tot 1001 Tickets on solo at all Queen Crescent ticket ofllcus in Kentucky at ono and ono tblyd fare fur round trip un the certlHciilo plea for ttiU conven tion Write or call on Q tt C ticket agents for further information W C Illnearson G P A Cincinnati O s cFhbtln a it established newspa h per is a costly undertaking Typo graphical Union No u has uncoujt tionally oil a strike against the Now York Sun which was begun Pmonths a q and has cost tho printers t 8125000 And the Sun itlll shines RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Huatonvlllo Lodge No 18tF ti A M WHEUKAS it has pleased God In uts wisdom to call from the labors of this world to tho reward of those who 6ervo Him our beloved brother thereto be It Resolved That In thq death of our brother Masonry has lost ono of It9 strongest supporters the cause of Christ an earnest and steadfast adv 0 date the community nn honored nnd valued citizen tho family a devot husband and father To them In tbl8 bereavement and sorrow we as itlodgc extend to them our heartfelt sympatb 2 That we wear tho usual emblem of mourning for the period of 30 days and 3r That these resolutions be 8pread upon the reoarJs of this lodge and tbat a copy be sent by the secretary to tbo members of decedents family to tho Masonic Horne Journal and INTCRI JOURNAL Brother L B Adams was born at Bolivar Tenn and lived there until the year 1880 when he moved to Lincoln county Ky Here ho lived until hIs death which occurred Dec 13 WOO Ho was 70 odd years of ago J C BAUKEH JAMES l nYE Com B B KINO i Reduced rates to New York City via tae Chesapeake tt Ohio Railway On account of the spring meeting of thc Now York Merchants Association tbe Chesapeake Ohio Railway will 8ell roundtrip tickets from Lexington at Ii fare on the certificate plan good gotc February 13th to the 17th and Mare let to the 4th and good to return 10 days from date of sale Tickets wt1l bo good to stop over at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia II yc have not yet registered with the secretary of the New York Association yc better do so at once Tbb 0 S O route Is tho only line from Lexington Rnd Central Kentucky with through sleep ers and dining car service without change Any Information desire cheerfully given or sleeper space reserved on receipt of advice Georg e W Barney Div Pass Agt Loxlnf too Ky The claim of other cough medicines be as good ns Chamberlains effectually set at rest in the following tcftirao nfa- of Mr 01 Glass an employe of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardner Me He says1 I lad kept adding to a cold and cough in the winter of 1897 trying every cough medicIne I heard of without permanen hell until ono day I was In the drug store of Mr lloulelian and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and offered to pay back my money if I was not ured My lungs and bronchial tubes well very sore at this time but I was complete Iy cured by this remedand have since always turned to it when I got a cold 8111 soon find relief I also recommend It to ly friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Craig locker Druggists MARDI GRAB Now Orleans and iobile Feb 14th to 10th Tickets salo at all ticket olllcce of the Queen 00I rescent Route one fare for the rouni rip Feb 12th to 18th good to return till March 7th Pullman Palace Draw ig Room Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to- New Orleans and Chattanooga to Mobile Finest trains In the South are run via the Q k C Write tt C ticket agents for IQ address W J Murphy InformationI W C Rinearson Gen O What most people want is somethIng mltdand gentle when in need of a phys Ie Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ableta flll tho b to a dot They are- cas to take and pleasant in eflcct For ale by Craig A Hooker Druggists George or swas glv en a life sentence fur killing John AU len SEW LIVERY STABLES DUDE k 3NP r3 JUNCTION CiTY KY atReasonable rstClass Turnouts Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale RITH HOTELF PBA1TCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY ronlltlerePounuNUlttraloleUol men Ulason HotelMRS U U HIMPSON Pror jiucnster r Kentucky Newly furnished cleats beds splondsd We verythlng firstclaBfl Porter mllat all trains 89 FOR SALE It Chance of A Life Time I My Kntlro Flock of enerul Mcichumlisc Store Ilouse und Lot- rI Sale or lll olitny tock and rent store CoI For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN T J HILL GEO S CARPENTER- G C BAKER J M CARTER Sr For Jailer GEORGE W DcBORD E D KENNEDY W HERRIN JAMES T JONES J H RAINES JOHN C PEPPLES DINK FARMER GEO A EUBANKS For Assessor SAMUEL M OWENS JOE T EMBRY- M G REYNOLDS CHARLES L DAWES- J C McWHORTER WM LANDGrfAF THALES H WRIGHT GUS McCORMACK For Representative M F NORTH ANDREW W BUCHANAN School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE McKINNEY Senator E W LILLARD GEO T FARR- ISCATTLE LOST A dark brown two steer loft lb- Ilgglnstarm In tlio Rml land of LIncol made light rea two yenroil steer left tho 8 W Owens tarm toward for Inlorrna tlon lending to their recovery T W KINNEY Junction City Kj Residence For Sale Or Rent very dwlrablo resldcniro of ten roosts with all neceisafy outbuildings Inrludln Ico houso and stable with large pardon at In Ilustonvlhotessesslon elv n at nude ror terms apply to Miss II V Logan hue ouvlfoor LututiU Ky TWO FARMS FOR SALE Hanng declilol to chaos mr Tomllon I will- aeU privately tarn on which lire 84 slefront Orchad Ky TbU firm U lIoe IAotlln stave of null lratton Ibo sera ot rice tloia land that is tine corn and meadow land hallOC acne U upland and well adaptrd lo cor wheat blue grass aul all other cro A tirlc d tclllnu ore rooms and cellar a well of plentll rlOlie water at the dour two guod tmrtuer mica new barn and all nrcMUr oulhulldiDK wlllt plenty ol good fruit and an abundanea of slock er make thlr the matdeilrahla Latin In of the IOuo Alsoaftrwofalout100srreslimtse from Cra- lrcharlKyonfanesstertreetoppoelte the mou Crib Orchard SprlnKi grass with largo stock bun and an abundance of water wilt renlthe finest building ilea in the neighbor I nice collage on I5nca ter street with gnat crlroltnlenAt IUlcbed or urIbe arll IIII c It on or aildr u II IlKOSAtUH Crab Orchard Kj Farm rs Roller Mills STAtTFODD Xi Morris FLed Pror- I have bought tho Carter A Straub Mill II- Ithe west end of Stanford and am supplying with new machinery of tho most modern make In about two week I will be ready to supply tho public with the best ot Flour MOLl Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc Having had dcallnp with u great many ncoln county people while I ran the Exchange In Staufood I feel that they know euough about my hpiusty to give mo n por cn at least tit Full weight iUld the best wlllho tny motto and I 1111 adhere strictly Ui It I meat our pa tronagfJ and sincerely hope to and ctho It Ilemember tie place Curler S Strnubli old mill MOUItIS KURD Stanford Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday February 11 1901 twcen tho hours of 0 a m and 4 p m It- tho courthouse door In Stanford Lincoln couuty Ky I will cxposo to tho hlKli blddcr for cash In hand to pay the 8llllo- IInd county taxes for tho vearx shown oppa- hlte the nurses the following property or 0much thereof as be necc to Iay- hald tares Thla list will bo publUhed once n week for fourweeUs unit too names will disappear as soon its tho tux und co tarep- aId Cost of advertising il 80 Time und hp3ce forbid us from pu lbhlnlt all out an- olher Hat lilt appear in four weeks BTANroitn WHITE 1I1lfll08 W II town lot 10 imtnctt MM anti daughter n acres 2 Rurke Frank 10 acres 3110- Collier James town lot S 33 lIulton Joslah 3 acres 3 70 lauoy Mrs 0 town lot 1 nhainI Thomas 25 acres 2 Grant Joseph IOMII lot 2 55 lipatrlcV Kitty n r S3 acre J Lellslur Tom acres 3 Marlin William M acres 5 05 IIiiurrotd4 fin ISO Murphy Mrs George tows lot 2 Oaks J W n r two acres 2 Smith Tom ox Hall town lot Hoter 0 3 acres do y IItANFORlJyCOLORIIIJ Hall Oliver ono acre S t 25 lUllojTIiomni 20 acre 2 40 Harrow Manuel I acre I 0 Huckner Scott town lot a two town lots 10 00 31IEvans Illclmrd u 120 acres 110I Hays Will Ji acre Helm Circcn and Holtln town lot I Illgglns Henry r acreit III Jonct William No towel lot j 0 lingaford Minor ono titre o Muntgooierr Mark One ucrQ 0 font Richard acres v I 15 Tardlir W n town lot to Wood Amanda n r1 acres 0 Chill OltCIIAUU VltlTi Unit C A n n a acres to Delaney Mathew SJ acre to Fagnly Jacob three BcrcA 120 Miller WlllUm 60 acnn I IA Slormes John heirs 100 ncros a 70 Slovens Levi F lire n r 00 acres J ells OIlCIIAUIl CMUtltK- tlMlddlcton Unrtlr town lot Sink J II n r SJ acres- WAYNxeaunn 60 wutig IJailcy W II slice f 2 0 laugh Grccnup n r 50 acres 2 40 lUugh John 1152 acres 4 00 Hasllti Laucl lire u r125 acres i 40 Itnruelt J D 05 acres 1 r ninDkin ilp S F 20 acres 31 Urnckett John 10 acres 1 11 Unit F N KJ acres 4 00 oye Mmy A 83 acres I 05 Dhtilboust Cnrl acres Drye 30 W D 57 acres Gains 20 Jk 15 acres 0 rabow kl Fred n r 100 acres 2 40 Ham Sam A18 acres 2 lucks David SO acres J 05 vniiisky Win Hr61 acres 0 Melton ItuW 10 acres 2 7 0 lulllni Sam n r SO acres 2 40 lulljua K IL n r 72 acres 20 McDonald Elizabeth 10 acres 3 M UeconillJ 53 acres 1110 Rogers O T63 screw 2 70- S Isco II F137 acres 3 30 inlduth J C n r 75 acres 7 Tnbb David n r 125 acres 2 Uj Young A J 05 ecru 5 00- Jolinl Sam town lot 11 Fox F F heirs 3DO acres 1inglcton j W M 20 acres 2 U5 HUSTON tIC WHITE dam PL1 Tarns 82 Hi grown Gahe 5 acne Jibson a Win 2 acres 2 10 Lair Henry 5 acres lUrtln Joanna 01 Rhu I 76 Martin Kay 3 acres ilnson WilliHiii 2 acres Tenlcr Kb town lot 3 0 teed John 4 acros 4 Taught Duillov town tot 10 stick F G for 18031000 n r ItO acres 3 40 IIUHTOSVItIK CoMnXl Itauey Cbas acre 2 15 sight Ilattle n r11 acres 2 00I Jrou emit town lot 1 rnvviiTimley town lot 80 Irucc James tin 25 nercs 2 40 iiirton Phillip bra 6 acres no Ralttwell Kph town lot 2 M liven Adam 7 uctes 2 70 ivcns John 11 oats 2 00 hyper Lee I acre SO Norton John 40 acres 00 McCormack T II 3 acres 2 25 cjnolds Henry 5 acres 2 I Smith Parten town lot SO Vuatherford Adam town lot 80- Welch James town lot right Jolm n r 30 acres li- LIiTTAKKX DV SUIKUVISOBB 1000 Joox 0 A 125 ncres i S M OWKXH SII utfrr To The Democrats of Llocoli County At meeting ot the Democratic County imrnlttee hnld In Stanford Ky un Mon tlay Jan 14 1101 the following oOlutloDl- tIere adopted ordering u jirlnmry election to be hold on Saturday thu lode day ot arch to noinlimtii democratic cundl dlltCli for rounty nnlcos to be votol fur at- tho November elution IU01 UEMlvei let That n primary election be held In the various voting iirooliicU In ncolu count on Saturday the loth day of March next between the hours ot a nnd m for the purpose of nominating ndldateg for the following olllcm to voted for nt tho regular November election aOI to wit County Judge County Clerk County Attorney blierllT Jailer County of School County Surveyor Msxor Representative for the County ironer Juetlcn of tho fence and Constable In each of the tour magisterial dNtrlcU of LI n coin county ItKKOlvrD id That each person desiring to become u candidate ut said primary eloc tlon for any of the olllcos hurclnbeforo narntd shall on or before 12 oclock man- thu 1st day of March notify thu airman of the Committee of his tendon to become a cundlduto and pay to till Treasurer of this eommliuo tho full amoullt of the e mont required of each ndldato to defray the nccesnary and of holding said prima r oleCtlURESOIViI3t Tha at wid primary IIffc8AaruIlfl1111cral IIlp- Iort the iiomirwef thereof without reference to ijiiettiuiu about which democrats in Slate or mtional politic are rdiallyiririkdarearpeeled and are cn to vote election RESOI VED tIll That all ntiaora trio are democrat an t trim will lltfOllCf lIU- Cbefore the Aovtmber election woJ- OU to support the nominees thereof arc cnlilid to role in tald primary election tKROrveu 5th That each candidate fore following unices shall pity tho following lOunts In order to have his tmmo IJpoll the ballots and to be voted for lit mill- prlmllry elections runty Judge ell 00 35 00 I inty Attorney 40 Oounty Clerk 40 PHlllty Superintendent ofscliool 40 00 lessor 20 JKlJr 15 00 prisfiuntallvo for tho County 5 It Oth That said election all Iw hnld under and conducted in strict lordanco with tho laws of thU Common kith regulating nod controlling tho Iduct of primary elections W S Iloiicu II O WAIIIIEK Secretary Chairman 0 OOOOOOtiOQ00000000 000VUUUUU JJcJO 0- F e NEW FIRM J 0ocp0Qft1 Having told n half Interest In my buggy and Implement business to fMr A M lcncetho now luiHlneM will bo conducted under FJ 0rholinn mule ot p GMsOt PEflGE + oWe will keep In stock at all times n ImmUome lino ol 6- a Buggies carriages Harness Also Farming Implements In addition wo wit hnndlo all kinds of 0 0 Dorn UaU Hay etc Hoping you will favor tlm now 00rmwith your imtrtmngo I remain Uupt lIorst y- c1 is- OOCO W A CATSONN GOOOOOJOOOCI C00 00000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo O g CHINN FRYEIig Brokers g 0oPhoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o rv 0 Stocks Bonds Cotton Graing oo4 o o Orders by Qexecutedo O Stank and Commercial Kafcrunces Long Distance Telephone 810 0 O O- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO N e CUT PRICES On Overcoats And Heavy SuitsIW E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky i New Goods New FirmI And Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Plod Everything Perfectly Fres r And you tints a Nice New Slot k to lelcctifrom Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and tea us wwW SAUNDERS S CO Phone 88 JIO West Main Street OiNK MtiN M1 tt mK d 9 A de WoHavoaFul Line of i Ledgers Journals i l j Day and Cash Books i A For the New Year Good loots nt Iw Prices L PennysTKLKIHOXE Oi1N v01 N d 1 ON111N11N11 Stanford Female College STANFORD KY OT horough courses in Literature Science Music Art andElocution DepartmentWrite MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY p have now a complete ttlCkol llullilliiif Material Yellow lie t Flooring Celllnf Doora Sash Illlnda mind ell UlniUot DrmHu and ItiiMgli Lumber Hlilnxlc and Stool Rooting La Cult tosts SicVe4 make eatltnaicton auyklndo work wiinU Ulllco opposite lr L II CookrBEAZLEY HAYS tJNDEltlAXEItS IN Furniture M tUuJttRug lucl Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for nil kinds of Stork Give them a call laces right STANFORD KENTUCKY dJasa r r i I icMCcuMTr5irtille Manufacturer and Denlcar In 1AElrESS SADD1t51RY 0ett taliroral3e 3 d