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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt == = = 1 VOL XXVIII I STANFORD KL TUESDAY FEBRUARY 127l90L 9Alit r NO 98 INEWS NOTES o The court ot appeals U wfoetllng j with tho Powers cues Ptro nt VcMallc doitrojed ihahbuid f of Mrs Clmrlotto Howman Frank Morrow dropped lena at Carl rolton whllo splitting wood Tho heaviest snowfall of the winter Is reported from Central ICnn ns One tuna was killed nod another Wounded In a snow storm la Chicago Tho Iarls dressmakers nro on a strike vrbloh hilt assumed huge pro 4 portions Mr and Mrs Thomas Moore aged 70 years each died of the grip within a fOR hour near Walton ha 10000 mile of telephone 1CblCl110 world system Is sold to bo tho The Union IaclUo railroad la to U sue 840000000 In bond to pay for the stockI of Columbus Ga killed a Negro named John Cln clnnatl who sworn In her pretcnco W II Ilarrli proptlctor of tho Nlcklo Plato Cireut which baa frequently oxhlbllcd In Stanford U dead W O Taylor a negro woo first hon- Or In the Indiana StatcInlcrcollcjInto contest Seven colleges contested Capt Iatrlck Punch many years chief of police at Ml Sterling and later a Federal deputy marshal died In that city A woman at Auburn Ind smashed up a aloon because the proprietor haa Ignored her warning not to toll her husbandThe State Bureau has devel oped a system of wlrelc telegraphy by which hlp 500 mlle out at sea can ba signaled Peter Poland a member of the Ole cinnati flro department committed sui cide on nocounl of being hounded by moo y sharkv Oscar heck formerly of LouUvlllu wielded In Philadelphia by drinking alcohol Ho left a note saying Unit ho was tired of life An Indiana Stato Senator In his night clothe walked offu last Mouon train but loll In a snow drill andes aped serious Injury Itultwaydmore vlab orate und thu bulldlBjr will roil from 100003 to t0000 Throe MoIntOh brothers and two Howling brothers were looJtII In the penitentiary fruit Owiley county to serve four years ouch for kitbag Hoary UJlcy Etjfhtytcvcniraqn women and children wcro killed anilmnny others badly vi wounded by the explosion of dynamite f n a Mexico mine which destroyed a village over It The jury In the onto of George F Weaver on trial for perjury IncontJto not with the trial of Caleb Power was unable to agree upon a verdict WM discharged I Three men are In jail at Manila la charged with taking an oxprots safe from a depot platform hauling ll moru than u milo low the country und rob bing ll of 410000 King Edward has pardoned Mrs Mnybrlck the American woman who waa convicted In England of poisoning her husband and whoso case has 6tlr1 r red two continentsr In Clay county Gran Burton fatally stabbed his hired man Reuben Davidson who was drunk and attempted to shoot him Burton then nursed the victim until his death t Tho Atlantic and Western Telephone Company tiled n foO000000 damage suit at t hlcugongalnsl tho Hell und other rouipanlo for Infringement of the long distance telephone patont Tho commissioners 01 the Eastern Kentucky liinallo asylum decided to ask the Legislature to v tlOOOOU for now buildings upproJlrlll1oI lUlU and the trustees of the Uuform wilt ask for a similar amount Tho Inventor of smokeless powder Count Smollaooll hits been convicted In a Washington police court of being un habitual drunkard Not having tho necessary security of 150 for ball ho went to the workbouuo for three mouths Tho contract to erect the State Col lego gymnasium was let to Clark C Howard for Including super Intendonls and orchlicets fees This Is about SlCOO below J U Scott the architects estimate This linn built tho Fayolto county court house and also tho Houses of Reform Tbo last of then ml statements of the three great liftInsurance compa nies the Equitable the Mutual and tho New YaraIs justout Tho amount p comraoleliInmiraneo In force at tho bcgjnolngof the year reached lobo enormous aa05OG0o Details of the great steel deal have been made public Mr Carnegie is ho guaranteed per cent per toI on his 980000000 of bonds nod for 880iliCOOof stock In the Carue Steel Company IB to bo given bonds to bo issued by tho vnrlons other steel v properties Involved In the deal Thus Mr will In effect have a mot rgago en the entire steel Industry of the company and but little cash will be required to conduct tho negotiations fi orc Carton tho Negro who at tempted to commit an assault on Mrs Inn Hoard wife of W E Board as Utunt casrlPt1 of the Deposit lank ut Pnrs was taken from the county jail there ut 1 ucoib yesterday morning by a mob rf about coreona and bang ed fi an flectrlo arch In front of tho gnu t hou n Jailer Kiwi mndo u stub born resistance but wan overpowered and taken from him A card was pinnedto the Negros boJy saying a sltrllar fate would befall all Negroes Vbo attempted to assault white women r LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Q Vpnoy hits 11 owe with 18 lambc 10 Btaye bought of yarlou parties f5 shouts al 4H R L Uiuor of Lexington Sold a lot of fat hogs at lilt r A It Mathuny sold to Mr Stringer a bunch of ewes at S3 75 Lot of sheep for Salo or to trade for hogs A U Mathcny lit W C Floyd sold to Montlo Fox n pair of 10 hand mules for 8220- 8ov n two yrarold mulct told five Jiioks for saiu W U Floyd Anncl ICy Juries L Hamilton of Lancaster bought six borea hero yesterday at 10 to 8100 W STlm six or eight hat hogs weigh lag from iMO to 100 pounds Apply at this ofllctf Powell t Harper sold hero yesterday toJD Teraplln of Mlddlesboro a walking horse fur 4250 JcifioC Lynn bought of Jim Hobin son of Hubble 14 extra butcher cattlo at 4c Dnvlllo Advocate Brock it HalUbauk bought this week 301 hogs weight lie pounds and leas nt llo Wlnchosur Ocmocrat M L Grltton of the Dugansvlllc community bought of R F Sanders It Co extra good stock owes at 9425- Al a torso talo at Mt Slcrllne tho blgbost price paid was 8600 for a sorrel stallion Thlrtythreo nlco ones brought 031S J T Palmer has shipped ovecMOOOO pounds of tobacco from Paint Lick this season It was purchased In Madison and Garrard George Cogar bought of J Sum rail It G Kvans and W J Gllmoro about 300000 pounds of hump at five cents straight Advocate At Shawhan J M Scott sold 1000 busbol of wheat at it cents George W Stuart bought of C J Ddnlol 8000 bushels of bluegrass seed al 45 cents Paris Kentuckian At an auction sale of English bred rams held two months ago In Buenos Ayers 2S head brought an average of SU70 11 of the bolt sheep madb an average of alb UorlloeIal Urns tbelr crap at fie n c Allen sold to Emmett McCor snack 10 two yeur o11 catllo at Uo to It II Cooper II long yearlings al Mr Allen shipped 14 butcher cattle and 80 hogs be bought at 3o for the cattle and 4 to 4o for the hogs Charles Greon of St Loul owner of the Kentucky As oolatlon Racecourse made the announeernunl thai a spring meeting of 10 days will be hold In rftJlln lon beglnnlnir parly April It will be Independent qf the Tort Congress Thero arc now 143 horso quar tered thoro and Mr Green says ho la assured ol u heavy participation of the runners and good patronage CO Ward of Iendloton hat a 20 monthsold jack which measures Height 01 inches cars tip to tip 31 incites mouth to oontor of oars 31 Inches center of ears to base of tall 7 feet 0 Inches around jaw 33 Inches around knee 15 jncho around girth 72 Inches around hock IS luuhos around forearm 221naho around foot Id Inches around thigh no Inuhe Col Hamilton of Ml olorllng said to tho Lexington Leader Wo are feeding 000 cattlo In our barns for the coming season Export cattle are now worth 5 to fiioa pound on tho farm which la about equivalent to 0 to file In Chicago or New York The low price of tobacco U converting tho tobacco barns into cattle barn which is moro profitable does not Injure tho lands but improves them and this sheltering of cattlo makes theta good and fatton faster Exert trade U Increasing very de1mudCOURT DAY Thero were Ug cattle at A H Florence pens yesterday about 80 of which sold The highest prlco real letT was 4o which was for some extra good yearlings D C Allen sold 13 yearlings at 122 CO anti some twoyearold at 21 J M Robert sold a bunch of yearlings at Sli CO sonic calves at 813 und heifers at 810 J D WbltohoiiBo sold H Cobb 10 JrmrI- Inal1 at die Watt Brown sold Fox L Logan a pair of mules for 9185 a pair to George Tombs for 200 and a inure for 875 A number of mules changed hands al7C to SIHI and horses at 40 to 250 Now that Knglaoda Queen la burled Hollands Queen la married and Gall Dan Colllur hnant boon Indicted tho anxious and weary public can now await news of the paclllcatlon of the Philippines some moro Lexington DomocrlltIJoo Mulhattau formerly of Kan tacky has regained hU reason und will shortly be released from tho Arizona asylum James H Dtshman was found dead In a cow stall at DarbourvllleI r t4 LANCASTER A hop was given by tho young men last Friday night Tbn Junior Croklnolo Club mot with Miss Merle Joseph Friday evening Tho Presbyterian have arranged to hold a protracted meeting ubqut the 17th of March cropt70000 pounds at 45 er hundred Pictures of two llttlTi nieces of Mrs Nation rueldfiit of this county are on wloduwIi on eveIpastors wife Airs A It Moore on next Saturday afternoon A buyer la purchasing mules In the Preacbaravlllo vicinity for the South urn market Wm Lawson the stock trader bought a good horse for 55 Arrangements are being made by the W O T U to have Miss Nunnle Bar bee of Danville to favor this city with u dialect reading about lobo let of Wm Lqng of McCreary died Friday after an Illness of several weeks from erysipelas She bad reached her 47th year and leaven a husband to mourn her loss Porter White wlil till an engage meat uf tho opera house Saturday night Feb 10 at which dine will bo bo played that masterpiece of modern literature Faust Mrs Charles Richardson und little lion liuvo returned u their homo to Somcrjui Miss Alberta Anderson la vtaltlniTuergrandfalber Mr Thomas Anderson l Madison 4ThorbwttD Preiby litrlaii church on Sunday night Oli Hev U Crawford was compelled to return to Danville on account ot the Illness of bin wile and tnOthur in law Gvorgo D Ludc on returning from Asbtivlllc Nt left thu next night fur Louisville to put himself under the iruaimuut of u physician who claims to have discovered u euro Jor tub reulo ala Another doctor Is soon oxpectcd to locate In this city und occupy the ofllco ot the lute Dr W S ONeal This will snake two new physluiuu added to thu list blocs the beginning of tho year Elwurd Minor was taken to Louisville Or Friday night al the desire ot his patents Mr und Mrs J S Minor of that city Ho Is bald lo bo Improv lug with fair cbuncea now for ultimate recovery Little Hlobard Pottus sun of Wm Pettus of this county was badly kick oil by a cow u few days since Thu- scalp of his head was badly cut and the physician found It necessary to lako several sticbea Measles whooping cougli grip and maoyIelJhtIwero two death In she city varying in ago from threo to 73 ihrccycarjdied Saturday ulght after blx weeks Hlnes from whooping trough und nieaa los Ho hud always been as fragile und dolluttie us a lower and the comblna lion of diseases was moro than his too Ole couetltutlon could withstand Tho Impression sccma to bo alloat thai there la noun error ou tho part of the reporters In regard to Mr Thomas Mooros fraternal relationship to Mrs Currlo Nation thu saloon dcmollsher and general duvustutor The I J cot LOtUIromNation us his slater Mr Junes Doorea and slater Miss Boitlc recently returned front Arkan thoIllamploo10f Graded School Mrs Arthur Hubbard ot Covlngton the guest of Mrs J K Stormes Three thousand malo clllzena held a mass meeting ut Topeka Kits Sunday tied issued an ultimatum to the joint keepers wcloso their plucea by next Friday al noon Tho whisky men are wanted that unless tboy cjosa an army of 1000 armed men wlll maroh against then and destroy their joints by force Over 1200 man signed pledges tocullai in such un army Tbo Dlblo continues to be the most popular book published During the past yoo lharo have been sold more than 1000000 copies of the Oxford HI IsIIdates for taller Tr ttid CRAB ORCHARD Mla s cud whooptng cuuh tutu both upltlKiuu IHT A number of uamildatei worn with us again Saturday snaking hands da Keep our uye On W K Perkins advertisement Youll always tied thing Interesting In U omI W D ltumuy Is figuring on putting up a planing mill on his lot near the donou Ho U doing nicely with his coal undfued buslniiiij J W James bought of John W Moines 118 barrels of corn at about 92 K L King sold to S Morgan a bunch of 17upmind hogs atI05 Dr E G Dlckn crowd of gentlemen who ore trying to rid tbem olres of bad habits Is rather Biitill hut a new one comes In now and then Mr F J Junes received Saturday the sad intelligence of the death of his nephew Henry Jones al Williams burg Ho bad typhoid fever J W James distillery Is only run ning half tlmo now making six barrels of rod liquor Mr D It Edmlston continues to look after Uncle Sams in terest there D C Payne the jeweler merchant candy maker laundry agent c is still hopeful of Crab Orchards getting the Southern and spares no tlmo talking It up Our town needs something tobulld It up Mr J D Willis mlnohoH of Crab Orchard Springs has made many friends during his short stay hero Ho Is a Ono gentleman an experienced landlord and If bo does not have a crowd this year his friends will bo la appointed Mrs O II Singleton and two children are town with pneumonia Mr Curtis Cover nail family leave today for Now Orleans to attend Mardi Gras They will bo gone about three weeks Mr Campbell Alexander will have charge of Mr Covers business In his absence Mr W Stuart Myersls wing ling with old friends hero J H Collier has u contract to fur nigh 1000 telephone poles to tho Nlch olasvlllc Telephone Co They must bo 21 feet long and six Inches in diameter at tho small end Ho Is paying 403 for thorn Mr Collier also hiss the contract to furnish 100 poles 30 to 60 feet for which be Is to receive from 75c to 95 It will take seven or eight cars to haul the polc e IN NEIGHBORING Lindsay Peel Jessamine county poor house keeper Is dead J M Hums has been appointed post master at Oneida Clay county Ed Cook a yard brakeman was crushed to death while coupling cars ut Hurgln Bradley Manwarrlng tho woll known carriage manufacturer Is dead al Dan ville aged Derry Howard again visited Mlddlea boro Ho says ho has nd idea of teeing from Kentucky- An attempt was mado to assassinate C J McLear who was acquitted of killing a Negro ul London Grover McGuire a nephew of W S McGuIre of this county died last week In Hockcastlo of peritonitis Tho jury In the Shotwcll murJorca oa nl Wllllamsburg hung standing 10 for conviction and two for acquittal C J McLear proprietor of ibo Catching Hotel at London was acquit ted of killing his Negro porter Sam Rogers Al Wllllamsburg Circuit Judge Mor row refused to allow ball to John and Charles Shotwcll The other defendants wero woro granted ball In sums of 92 003 to 94000 Senator Deboo has recommended the appointment of Lucien Nelson of Dan villa to bo First Lieutenant In the ar my and of K J Hampton of Winchester to be a regular Quartermaster Goo Garrard who has been danger ously III forsovorat weeks at the homo of his daughter Mrs Ford la now able to be up and about and frets to return to his homo In Clay county Middle boro News The success of the Theodore Harris Institute just started by the State board at Plnevlllo baa surpassed the most sanguine expectations Though only a month old the Institute has 333 students in attendance A COMPLIMENT IIY AN EXPERT Speaking of tabloid journalism thu metropolitan papers may get an idea of what ll Iii by examining some of their best weekly exchanges It h cunl1onsatloDof news and tho very gist atIcounty editor can give his metropolitan brother six In the game and beat him out on tabloid journalism The INTE maR JOURNAL at Stanford is a specs men of Harrasworth Idea Somerset Journal Too Helglan Hare Rubbltry of George Leach at Hopklnsvlllo was raided by u dog ono night lust week and 50 worth of tine pedigreed bares recc tly received from California were destroyed l iF 0 v r 0h= tulWd 4- Do You Need aShirt lll t tiJWe Are Soiling Them Cheap This Week j iIli Manhattan150 Shirts LOO riii 4 Fountain L00 Shirts 75 kif1y lf1itv for them at wholesale IIj HITIAYS TO TRADEly iMerchant IIJ j Your money beck if youre not II watlSfled1JJTIILLEB S HIBSGH ll Successors in J L Frohman l Co li I rT iR iI 1vMdAViIL x11rrAI vV = It Still Continues 1 Our Cost Price Sale of ry Suits Overcoats and Odd Pa isI- s i still on You will miss your chance If you dont let us make you prices It is just andthestock arrives We men busness and the prices we are making will sell limo goods It Costs Nothing to Look H moueyJ t CUMMINS IVfcCLARY ts Ci60trZ aASAittltilti e A C SINEC- OV77JCTOre BUILDER STANFORD XENrUOItYII make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attest foriWhon1 g Lumber Lath Shingles Etc i I will duplicate anyprices offered eea5aa Bucket Pump And Wa ter Purifier It Is the simplest deviccJfor raisins water It is the easiest to adjust to any well It U very durabjo It wirus eisiost It will out freeze It has ct none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS MCKINNEY Stanfordv TAKE YOUIl PRESCRIPTIONSCraig yr N For Accuracy and Low Prices t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON The Primary Election Two sensible farmers ID amiable mood were dhcusstnir the virtue nnd good policy of tolerance toward tbe qUCtlonslort the wisdomof course one them went so farns to say that ll would bo very foolish any way for all peoplo to think alike on all subjects humorously Illustrating his point by remark InXow suppose all men bad the same tasto about women Intblilca- every man would have wanted to marry my wife and DO tune would have wanted to marry yours I The anecdote fat specially apt as Illustrative of any cou time o thtngenowtrasplrh iloour democratic primary contest but It mli serve as a text to each one of the can dldatcs Irom which ho may profita 9 r preach a sermon to himself winding up with such wit and humor as the olJca iiioQ may atTord Whether it is better or worse for people to differ Is not presently the Is 8UOthough we are Inclined to side with the old gentleman who thought eVlJry man would want to marry his wife Tbe fact remains that they do differ and tho matter In hand just now U whether our democratic people will allow their ferenco to bo one of tolerance or rote e ancoa difference which may be justed without asperity leaving nl sang behind When we come to tblnk of It It Is must discreditable to onetl manhood and gentility to voluntarl submit his side of a controversy to bitrallon and then pout or fret or cry like a peevish child if the award sbonld be against him Primary elections ar necessities The people demand tbem and the law awards them Courts Ilre ordained by law to settle the dttierencc between people over property right Legislatures are organized to eett conflicting opinions about propose lawsPopular elections are held to decide which of rival aspirants shall administer the government So It U tbat all civilized nations prescribe some method by which it Is intended tbat every dispute about property every political rivalry every conflict of oph ion as to the existence or the policy of a law may have a peaceful solution People brlogdlsboaorupon themselves they discredit their own Intelligence they disregard their own welfare thelf abuse their own Interest If they trans j form the peaceful methods of adjust meet Into noisy broils They do thu like when they revolt against the dd clsions of their own constituted author itles There is no existing reason to believe that any candidate In the dem ccratlc primary contemplates the post Btblllty of his own bolting If bo fall to win There is no existing reason to believe that any combination of causes could arise which would Induce hire to do so Heretofore this paper has so declared again it repeats the declara Lion The object of this article Is not to forestall the possibility of an impossible thing Each candidate is a per son of honor of disinterested devotion to his party and Its principles While seeking honorable prefermentthe JoodI of the cause which the party stands for 4Is with each one the primary consider The polnt we have In mind Is tOI emphasize the necessity as well as theI decency of conducting the campainin- the uture In that spirit of falrnes gentility and tolerance which has huh erto graced It In brief we counsel against the display or even the nursing of hot temper HI feeling nod btIwords lead to the same ends which bolting and kicking do As no one of i the candidates would be guilty of the latter let each one jruard against the former Our party Is now united We have no longer gold democrats or pllver democrats just plain oldfash ioned democrats who revere the teach logs of Jefferson and mean to follow them who admire the brave honesty tif Old Hickory and mean to Imitate it who remember the statesmanship self effacement and unstained integrity oft Tildcn and mean to cherish them Tjiua united ourtraditions refreshed our history reconsecrated our print 1a plea reeetablljhed who shall stand be fore us t t TUB State Board of Valuation has Ijr ordered the auditor to certify to the counties Interested the value of rail road franchises for county taxation If the boards contention Is uphold by the courts It will mean thousands of dollars in taxes for the counties as the as sessment will be made retroactive for a period of five years In tho desire to make the railroads pay for the prlvll ego of operating in the State the board accrue likely to overstep the limit Kentucky had very few miles of now 6 road added lasyear and If this spirit of proscription continues she wont bare any this year tACTING MAYOII REED of Louisville all tbo aldermen who served with blm in 1835 and all of the sinking fund commissioners of that year are dead That Mr Reed fltlll lives la one of those inscrutable ways of Providence that the finite mind rebels at grappling with a4 Ia IT has been discovered tout there Is a pIpro hlbitlng the delivery of weekly paper in titles having free delivery at ICBs than one cent a copy Members claim tni they took Mr Loads word that there was nothing objectionable In tb bill but it will be hard for them to work that sort of au excuse on the edl tors of the weekly papers Such law would practically prohibit tbe handling of such papers In the cltle and if the Congressmen who are Julltr of gross a neglect of duty in reading the bill will lice the wrath to come they will prevail on the Senatorll to expurgate the obnoxious paragru TUB Chicago saloon keepers are preparing for a mighty coup when Ira Nation gets to tho Windy City toward which she ia headed The feminine fear of mice Is rolled on to stampede tbe saloon smasher and unless all precedent goes for naught the reliance vlll not be in vain Small boys have be on engaged to supply the mice and tbe price olie red la ooecent a mouse All the saloon men on the levee have good supply on hand and more arc coming hourly When Mrs Nation puts In her appearance the little rodents are to be turned loose the Ian sag fiend will swoon and It will ba allover but the shouting by the backec p IX order to reduce the tax on beer which is not too hlgb to a still lower figure than proposed by the House the U S Senate restored the bank check tax which la both annoying and trout lespmo As the Courier Journal saYd It Is a nuisance and of petty a nature that the government should not resort to it except In clUes of extreme revenue needs The brewers are r ch lad powerful In politics however and the United States Senate Is peculiarly susceptible to such Inlluenco and doell not care how many common people are annoyed and Inconvenienced If the favorites Bre rewarded for cam paig contributions COL Tot CAMIMIKLL has nga made monkeys of Attorneys Nelson and Crawford Their reasons for pet muting their client Youtaey to go tO tbo penitentiary for life without furt cr effort to save him is the tbinno imaginable and should disbar the from practicing In the courts of Kentucky as well as make them the laugh- ng stock of the country Col Campbell reviews their screed and makes them appear even mote ridiculous that a casual reading of it discloses WALTER JONES who has serves Scott county as constable for 17 years vants the democrats to nominate blm- for magistrate says the Georgetow Cows A man who can gatlstactorll fill the office of constable for the length of time Mr Jones did shows commendable modesty In not asking for tht residency lie should be made mag trato by all means and allowed to- serve as long ad he wants to TUB Senate passed without divis- Ion the pension appropriation bill car- r Ing 8144000000 Tbp appropriation for the short session alone will be fully billion of dollars President McKln leya admonition to economy In hill cssage seems to bare been taken In a Pick wick Ian sense At any rate there seems no end to profligacy and no limit wild cat schemes for appropriation run fact that Congressman Brown a publican from McKlnleys own State Ohio urged In a speech that Con gress declare Its purpose of granting the Filllplnoa Independence shows tbat- tbe administration has not got every tblnr Its own way and that there quite a respectable element of the re publican party opposed to the miserable policy towards the Philippines IT Is said that Judge Tineley will call fOI troops to maintain order at the cOlnlnlr circuit court term In Clay It Is hoped however that Gov Beckham will turn a deaf car to the appeal Thec- UBtom of calling for the military on an y and every occasion should be die countenanced The civil authorities can maintain the peace it they hlVlthen- erve to try r Mlt BItYAN scums to have chosen name for his paper wisely and well He selected a word in the comparative dc- tree and Is able in three Issues to- nob the superlative The Nebraskan furnishes additional proof that not- every statesman can make a successful irnallrit MEN to fortune and to fame unknown are coming into brief notice all over- Statetbe by claiming acquaintance Iltb Mrs Nation theJKansus she dev Decent people generally we opine would prefer to remain In obscurity always to making such a confession A MiUDLEsnono dispatch says that- Jobn L Powers who Itwas thought had joined Taylor and Flnley In Indl ana la running the Harlan Times He- could put some valuable information III bid paper It be only Would do so 11ll6 Lexlngtpn Detnocratlscoopcdall t1e papers local and otherwise in the muttrr of the Paris lynching Charles Lungenboh was sentenced to- deatb In the Jefferson criminal court for the murder of his motherinlaw of nightNov POLITiCALt1 Sampson la promoted above Scbloy In the navy nominations that the prce- iduut will send in this week Friday was tho last day for conelder Ing private petitions at this Congrcsl when 184 were passed making 000 this session Gov Bcckham appointed Uanion Kennedy of Carlisle Jo till the cy caused by tho deatli ofCircuit Judgo W W Kluibrough Judge E B Wllbolt of Grason says the people of his county of Crter favor Hou Jamey B McCrnay for United States Senator Judge William U Bullltt u well known retired lawyer nod member of the last Constitutional Convention hI dead ut his homo at Frankfurt Congressman Albert D Shaw of Wa torujwn N Y former commander chief of the Grand Army of the Hepub lie was found dead lu his room at tho Hlgga House Washington Lawyer Youtsey now holds In the penitentiary the same relative position he held In the Goebel murder consplra cy asaistanX cook and bottlewu hc to bigger scoundrels of higher rank Louisville Times Uardce Camp of Confederate eter ans the largest In Alabama has adopted resolutions approving Invitation 01 President McKinley to attend tbe Memphis reunion and condemns tboso who have criticised the action takcn Circuit Judge W W Klmbrough of the ISth Judicial district died at Car Halo whore he had been holding court Ho had been indisposed for abou a week but was on the beach every da of the the term until Friday Ue- a resident of Cynthlana Tho ship subsidy bill Is dead Mr Hanna will not admit it and the measure will drag slowly along In thu Senate bujthe prospect of Its ever reading a vote Is more remote than ever Ihe futility of night sessions has been de- unrated by two farslcal plays and tboy have been abandoned The power orln luence of the President has been was id not being able to muster the He publicans in solid line1Vaehingtc Dispatch W Reed Embry says big prime object In running for the LegUlatu In Boyle was to cast a vote for United Status Senator for lIon James B Ic Dreary who has been a true domocr tined the days of 01 to the present tlmc but finding that his opponent Mr Reed and Mr Wingatc lire botb lor Gov McCreary and knowing there fore that his candidacy ia safe In tbelr- bandebc publlabea a card wlthdrat Ing from the race KINGSVILE Mrs G W BalljOf Lexington 1- 5with Mr J M McCarty and chlldr to remain Indefinitely A Mr McIntosh of Louisville purchased of Squire Singleton his farm r800 Tbu latter bought of Mr might his farm for 8500 That Assessor C G Baker who bas inounced himself candidate for her Ilf will have abundant support In thlit section U assured for ho la indeed one of our most popular citizens Mrs Dave Hicks was declared Insano- anI committed to an asylum last week Dr Thompson and her husband accompanied Mrs Hicks to Lakeland Sb II the mother of six children the lungesl but one year old We sympathize deeply with the sad Iy bereaved relatives of the late Mr J M MCarty Having seen her so re- ceDtly In her radlaot health and beaut It but recalls to mind that In the idstof life we are In death Mrs James Roblneon continues very III Edmond Murphy who has been ngorously of pneumonia Is much better and his physician Dr Thomp on has hope of hla recovery Ed Mc Cartyll borso fell on him recently dun- gIn a fox chase causing a painful tho not dangerous injury Daniel Hester who has been ill of grip has about re caused our absence from jour columns last weak and of course Ve- were mined We also hold grip responsible for u mistake made In our concerning Rev Dr Allen of Dan- vllle who is to preach for us on the od- aDd 4th Sundays Instead of the 3rd We- regret 10 learn of Bro Allens Illness at his homo In Danville and hope for his speedy recovery About two weeks ago a very Jlollte- and voluble young man visited our clty- and secured about 38 worth of subscrip tlon to the Delineator A few days- IIlnce one of the ladles who had been ex- pcctlng to receive her Delineator re- celvd Instead a letter from the publishers stating that she hud been vlc- tlmlzcd as they had no such agent In- tbelr employ The man Is said to bl1ve- been from Knoxville Mss Elizabeth McParland an lit- tractive young lady of Knoxvlllo has returned homo alter a protracted visit to her cousin Miss Gertrude Pcnny- backer Miss Anna Mclntosh of Lou- ilvlllo arrived Friday to join her fatb er In their new homo here James Roy for many years the popular stltlon- altent at this place but now of Frank fort was hero last week on business raak Cotton of WllllumabJrg tried to commit suicide by cutting his head- with an ax A gang of jallbreakers from IuntI- ngton W Vra stole three horses ut Olt SterlingI r ht ay v Jt R r yy A 7 r Rtiaailhl f Mktyill h1lII i rl r t Yi rJ iThe Louisville Store j c Overstocked on Winter Goods fItOwing to the extremely mild winter we arebverstocked 1 goods which we are bound to turn into cash Wetf will positively close out every winter garment in our house k It dos not matter about the price They be sold quick some at half price and some at less than half a Nothing will be reserved they must all go to make room i yfor the new spring stock I Cups WILlIe to tell fr r 160 gi In tlili aae lit ISo lyey1 Canoe rondo to sell for 300 go In this sale at 03o t JjJ Cnpe etude to sell for 3100 go in this sale nL rfl48x C Capes tunic to soil for i500 go in this sale 1I1M a3310-Ladies Plush and Astriclmn Capos go In tjUialo for lots than halt price va Ladies Stylish Jackets to close out at half price i ItWehue 6X dozen of acute ply Llnon Collnra all the fatal styles worth ltei11nli go In this grunt sale nt5o lLxtrngood quality of 125 Kill gloves made of One selected skins bint k nod I Ualthe leading lull shades special price for a short time Ire i 25c Wool Socks 10of- iO dozen inenn gray woolnecks novc1 known to sell for less 25c per pair during our tcuial sao theyll RO at lUi rt a pair10c Host 5c n Ladies and Misses stainless fast black IG hole strictly senmlcsfl worth 10c a pair dont miss this great bargain at only c5 25o All Wool Mittens 5c cI 4For muses Mid children worth Sflc our Lprim now 5- 0W School Shoes 48c Lace and button tlia shoe will cot f- Sri 4 in any other store Vi t1It t Nt 4pJr J 4 iaV4ie V r 1t x i FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEE D AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTLftKIar Horses any Mules fur solo at all time W Logan Wood Manager ADAMSFISTULACURr Manufactured by J W Adams k Co Iulnt Lick Ky Is a gu rnnten sure CUNt for hones mulra ntlllcUxl with FUtul tallevll Swliiney Ccratctict addle Bolt Iliird and Soft Enlargement Orcaay lire Jkc For sale by W R cnob errs drugglat8agnford M Humiibtc Ulxrtys U M Thompson Klnp llle f Caldwell wayoeshurCDunn Urea Hr infertile MIUedROTlll Gee It icier Middleburg Ky Ch k 310 Olure Turnerarjllo J II Vaubook 3tclJu catty Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call w ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE SYM- atiufiicturrr of ER I CR1 And Dealer In Lime Cement c c Write Tor Irlrw Drs Slain PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS Will ba In DanrUle Mnmlayi WednedayttniF- ridays Will bt In Stanford Tunular Tlinrt I yi and Sat urJajrt Othee In the l nnlnitoa Hullling Sianfonl tll lie hours 10 U c1 to r iOSTEOPATHY ThiiSvlentanrl laaud at developed br lIt A TStlllof KlmtUJe Ma lri ul on the rrluclJllca of Anttumy cod 1lijrtlology for his re ills It rruulrm noilrngc no ruliblac 1oIUtllkalolrallol anti claim b surer sturalIbtenluathyHewnnnn al niirhlnc oho mm raru lla keynote When all pa- rae aduilc l and not oferworktd dealt bLbennltSome of the Ulwan tnatnl by ua Nervous oatratlon Headarhra Neuralfla Itheuinatltiii itarrb Weak ICyn Irannlatttl JliU lloltrr IIMlrt IJrcr and lund Vlzeavt Conntlpatlon lire Lroiiat all istoio Intetlnaitroublea IMvawiol lloim ud JoIUItIlnallurnturt1llIhlocalloullInJolntllrllll ree Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital itockiinO00 SUlnMOr 10 The Fnuen Hank 4 Trust Coinixu and under same management coniliiu- oiuly fur 2J Yran solicits Your Bank Account UoplDj ucb butlnru relation will prove mutua If tenencial suit plea IJtIt sCIOttSt J J Williams J dOrste J N Mencfee A W Carpenter W It Cuuitutn J K Lynn W S lIHhank JiF Cah J IJ Oiraltr OFFICERSI t SH Shank J UOwtleyOMhlerW Awt Cathler r rtd 0t1 csC toto10 rC C t9 e- nOftI i 5t cn- go A 0C f iOI a C 0 c n s lit yoarow r W o3 t 0P poet n- tt ri D tai- a 1fii t Rough Rldor Hats 49o i If Trlnnufil with plain or polkail t ands r the lntct style will cost Ton II in guy in Hurry store If 50c Table Llnan 25c Mine ami white red and wh Ijcream nil linen table ianrark never cold for ICM iliiii 50c n yard now U3o v Heavy Gray Underwear VA Fond hoary still of gray n nderw Mr tjfur turn clearance prlco tlo per sun 7r 100 Underwear GBc f Miens fine ribbed uinlorwoar brown r Ltmil lilnp cloHlnt lrlC USo per suit they ire worth 81JO it tfia1 rt or Y tic12 sZeZ1 4 Ql y r A Nice Xev Glenn hilts of Furniture iCarpets tr Mattings Hugs nlltlTnllPapul just received and vt are midi to gurpnsc you with low priios MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE SO LOOK AT 7tW W Withers STANFORD KENTUCKY sometfiing VIEW i If ITHWILL JHARDWORKEASY CALL AND fITGEO Ha FARRIS COii t JflffiESI1 EcrJu lon eK i llw nn Elegant Lint of Now CARPETS MATTING RUGS And the Uredlsl Line uf hoes Ever Put n Halo In Ifiulorifflllo v I inn Opting Out a Line of and0 OOOleS Shoes at50C UojVsiiot at 75c Former IVico 415- 0Mens 300 and 500 Sloes at 150 It will pay to buy tbemwh tcr you need them now or not ValentinesrIIU u j J3oU7 Gothic arjd I SE Grjtal at WIB McROBERTS DRUG STORE oJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n KY Fin 12 1001SfANIOltU OUR prescription work la unsurpan 1cnnyeDrug PERSONALS Mils SUSAN WAIWKS Id sick Mil ISAAC HAMILTON id ID Louie t vlllo utIKICB hut joined hit wife CltyI PAXTON Is quite with tho grip tfi W P LAVIIINCK of ICIrkivllIc wu hero yesterday MIIH J S KICK Is vltUlntf her par t cots nt Cuvo City Miss KATIIAUINK WJLCIIBR had hnd a suvero attack of grip Mil Ast MOS SAMUEL HEW of the I WcetEnd Rro both III Mns t0 WiNPiiKY loft Friday for J Glaipow to visit relative ft II KKNNKUV of McKinney leaved today for Ada T Mss ALLli WlllTKof tbo Ka t land U wltb thu Mltic Nowland lION M F NqitTii writes uI that bo bt been III for tho past 10 days G T PliOCTOK hat uHcucdcd Geo 1ntaoneac Jehu on the McKlnnoy hack JUIMKJW ALCOItN and Hon J V day N Sounder went up to London ester I Mug O S IlALLBW of Gitrrard ac companied her husband to court yes terday OitiANl U BKCIC ban entered tho Kentucky Wctleyati College at Win chciter Miss MOLMU UAKMAN of tbo Went End spent itororal days with Mrs A C Dunn MRS WILL MORKLANU of Lexn U visiting bur daughter Mr 1 Miss Shank NULL MKIWIIOK of Stanford 1C tlLc Register tri ede In tho oltyIUc ItlCIIAllU SllAClCliLrauu of Jersey Olty Mo was thu guild of hie oouiln I Mr J A Allen r MMBSIIS i D iJutcB and w j Price worn among our Lioylc county callers yesterday A NUMIIKII of young people unJJye- an Impromptu hop at Mill Pearl Hum elses Friday ovenlnc Dfc WM SIIFLTON was called to Nushvlllo yesterday by a dispatch tat Ing that hit wlfo Is very sick Mil M P KLKIN left Friday for Port Ilurou Mich to attend a banquet glv In by the lilt but Moccabcw J F SlirciAKS of ShlppentburK Pafare y lit fair Johns of Wayne Is wltb Mr James McKeebrile They will p In a i oodlzed tobacco crop toctbu MKKHKS K L DUUDKIIAK of fir Ingham and Fox Duddcrur of rob 1non Junction uro with the bomefol- at Ituwlandtt V took tbo train hero yesterday to go g to Corbln to son If his property there had been blown up MKSSHS T U UowxsoN M D Uughca and U F Sluvin were among our narrard county patrons wbo hon orcd us with a cull yesterday THOMAS AUSTIN W L Lawson und David Host democratic nomlncceifor hiOOMor tthcrltT and japer itsopectlve ly of Gurrurd were hero yesterday wlnucriJf was well represented yesterday its editor Mr ft O Cunningham und its collator Mr Ow en Mclntyre both being on hand Judglfwhen they lull they must have raked In the ducats I GixmciK S SIIHMIY of near Shelby City who has boon Buffering from pneu moms Is reported as convalescing Sid fey Adams clerk for Caldwoll C La nler Is mlTerlng from u eevero alto of The grip nnd ls at his home In flu a tonvllle Danville Now Mil AND Mils CKOIUIK II UIIUCH have returned from Brootou Mae und have rooms at tbo rastdeno ol Mayor Fisher They have no definite urrangoments for the future but the ir many friends hope they will make Danville their home Howard Is still in Now York notwithstanding ho consid ers Danville about the center of the universe Dunvllla AdvocateI LOCALS 50000 niucic for sale J P italla Preaohors Illc LADIES the tyllai footwc Severance t Sons II CASEY county republicans will tot primary election March iiO TUB elght y ear ol son of Noah Roy of Yoaomlto dim Sunday of pneumo Olin making six deaths in 10 days In that town e TELEPHONE or write J E Storm oe Lancaster for reserve seats to Faust the Opera House Saturday nla next 10th FRANK KICIIAUDS an experienced blacksmith hasrented Wm Daupher tvs shop and will be glad to do shoeing e and other work for tho public ti NnV shoes for hose gents and little gents just In J P Jones ST VALRNTINKS day Is almost upon j 1u again Wutoh out Thursday e LADIES wo have tho goods you want for early sewing Severance Sons CASH muni Invariably accompany or dors for publications seat to title olllce CAUUAOK Potatoes Deans Hominy and Canned goods at Warren St Shanks am luyf Ole hone andLoolcl 15c for eggs lirlng tberaxalong A H Florence DIG dalo of Amcriciiu e Lady Cortets Como and sec the now shapes Sever ance Son eWM SKIUMOIU desires his demo canIItlltIl1tuMOST of the property advertised In tho delinquent list was bought In by the county and Stain yesterday HANK STOCIW A Trlbblo sold to H L Porter a block of First National Hank of Stanford stuck yester day at 31 15 e NOTICBTOTAXPAYKIIS Five per cent will be added to all school tuxes not pals by Feb 111101 L R Hughes trcjis Diet No1 e I AM solo BBent for the Continental hiflueU MahOny Stanford Ky LICrows 11datetill lime as a glanco ut our fourth pogo will provehTile now Ico house of the Water Works Company will bo a big ono Mr A C Sinn whole figuring on a hid fu It says It will require over three car aloneVe Tm jury in the case of James M Moberly who killed Morgan In Merno- ountyc over two years ago tolled acres and Judge Saullcy held them tilt today when he will return to Harrods burg This Is Mobcrlya third trial TIIK Lincoln County National Bank stock owned by tbo into James Glvone 1105dG5 o o bulk of It Administrator J Ili Paxton told tho First National Dank stuck to S H Uaubmun at 110 SInNTIYNThere were three gen tlemen here yesterday who had 17 con between them and girls galore Mr TJnlllhslxIIQd Mr J C Huy and Capt U F Powell raven each Mr Hays last run Is named Koough and Cpu Powells Quit man e IN tbo H udmlmstrttnrut of Gm14 executor of MUs 1IIkdea import o Berkclo Semlnary In California an the rosldon to liar tour namesakes e NOT INDUTKD Hearing thiiUie had been indicted In connection with theI Goebcl asa bl nation Gen U 11 Col- lIer wired Judge Cnntrll If It was true that he might surrender without tiTest and received the following I know nothing of any Indictment against you Am satined tbero III none Pie grand jury horn Is In session but It would have no jurUiMctlun of anything done In Frankfurt Judge Jas K Cantrlll StephenI Satot betene phonon on bclng taken with tbo grip went tohle futborN whore pneu monia coon devulopod lIe was twice married neat to u daughter of Mr K L Tannor who left hem a son and then to Mrs Alfortl who was Miss Bill bitakCemeterySun Cooic Afusr u useful life of 74 ynara Mr John fulontloo Cook ofLancas ArootbooDdbeen In a fraU condition fur sometime but it was on Friday evening thus he grow much worsejand thus it was read fly apparent that tho end of the good roan was not far nIT He was conscious up to his death and with the exception of a few hours Friday night he suffered very little Tho noble structure was t o huAdtMIlls Anglo Robinson sister of Mr arAlex C Robinson of this county who preceded him to the grave sotro 15 ITduCook and Mrs J A Robinson are loft to mourn tbo loss of as kind und Indul gent tether as ever lived A splendid business man Mr Cook laid up a good ly amount of this worlds goods whllo his good judgment was sought and ob wasita rellglo circles The funeral by fader A Moore occurred at 11 oclock yesterday und a largo concourse of friends follow ed the remains to their last resting place In the Lancaster Cemetery SPECTACLES at Craig lockers IDEAL patent kid shoes at Cum- mins McClarys LOST Liver and itepointer dog named Joe C A Cox Stanfordwe SiKCIAL prices on c tn goods Como ant sco us Higgins fc 1KIDoeI OHK lot of 8125 corsets come slightly soiled to cloac at Ci J P Jones BARGAINS on r an4counter In well COo wool drew gouda at only 20j Severance S Sons e II D MAUONY la uent tor live ot the oldest and strongest Fire Insurance Companies In this country FAUMBRS oxamlou our and see If wcavll has not damaged U Quito a lot of wheat Is ruined before noticed J H Haughman Co DStanfordgreatly appreciate your voto and as sistance C S Rogers Rowland TUB smallpox epid e mio over In Somerset and business has resumed Its usual activity Lot Bro Campbell continue to issue hIs paper semiweekly and we rosy be happy yet you bet WC GrtFI SINO has bright back the stock of mDialingbopeebill calkAW D WALLtN magistrate for the Ivut End Is being Importuned to make 10 rnce again and bo will likely do to has made u splendid oOlolal und his friends will delight In voting fo im seals e A SOMBRSITT sptolul ays It Is no klterrwill touch the town As u matter of tact It It not dt f Inlloly known that It will touch till earth LouUvillc Times e cuer utparty to endorse theIr faithful ofllcers with u rcnomlnntlon Under this rulo Judge James P Bailey ought to win a second nomination bands down for Lincoln county never had a moro careful painstaking and faithful olllclul than he He has studied the countys Interest and subserved It In every way Wo do not know that h will have any opposition for tho nomI nation but wo do know that It re quire n man of scalded nerVe and great fosr a model officer bo Is ulsways relied upon In any emergency that the party may be placed as thats why democrats stand so Qnnty by him asp SetP1tECINcfatonal District Committee met hero yesterday In response to a call from Chairman 1L C Warren Boyle coun Roodd S a son Ca uy by J1 Wilkinson and Lit coin by R C Warren Dot candidates Mcwrs G T Parrls and E W Llllard were present After some discussion It was agreed that precinct conventions bj hold on thn nth of April at 2 l M to name delegates to the county con vcntlons to be hold on the Sth at 1 r M which will In tutu name delegates to tho district convention to be hold In Stanford April 11 at 12 M Tho coon chairman uru to report to Mr Warr e the number of delegates each precinct Is entitled to and he will Issue an only alai statenrfTntln duo time The can dldu Q seemed to be pleased with the decision of the committee CHURCH MATTERS A rutty ot the Christian churches of tho Ulucgrass counties will bo held la tho Hrouuwiiy Cbrlstlan church Lex Ington Feb ISth Rev George C Clues intotldg at 07rincreasing Interest Rev J B Culpopper the noted ovan gellst Is assisted In bIll work by bin son and they make ii strung team They aro now Holding a great revival at the Walnut Street Methodist church Lou Isville Ror Dr W S Pulton pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Lexlng ton hue accepted u call to fill the pul pilot the Point Ureeza Presbyterian church of Plltsburg at a salary of 84 000 a yea The UGib annual convention of tho Kentucky SundaySchool Association edwill bo hold at Danville August 20 aud 22 1001 The Committee is already at work and the prospects uro that It will surpius any ever held in tho State Tho novo J U Hopper has tilled all tho appointments which worn made for him by tbo Homo Mission Commlttco If any pastors wish to have his assist anon in holding meetings ho wit be glad to hear from them His address Is Perryvllle Oa Thursday Feb 14 utI1t M and also at 7110 Sec K A fox of Louis cbvilla will bald a convention of all the county Sunday Schools The Baptisttgunlzu tile Sunday schools of Lincoln county for State Sunday school work All olllcera tbachorjpuplla and friends of the cause Bro to at tend Jl Waters E L Grubbs FOOD tau Ttiouiriu Two snare ago beganIta billion dollars U500 lives and its self respect to further the selflah schemes of scarehavepuddurlnllthe republic had underarms during the war of 1812 more men than Scott bad when lie Invaded Mexico moro men thud Shatter had when ho invaded Cuba and compelled the surrender of of the Spanish forces and moro men than Grunt had at any time during his Vicksburg campaign And vet it has been Impossible to subjugate a weak people who IIro tired by a love of fiber ty There Is much Jn these fasts the demands the consideration of the thoughtful Bryan Commoner Editor S J Roberts has gone to Washington to press the claims of Geo enny for tho now judgeshlp Sale of Personalty willcellthe prcmlus Thursday Fob 21st 1901 o1Jmulefernhogshnunhouehal ItJSiUlIf Ailrar PIANO FOR SALE Tine ubargainTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN byrOliver CMIlo 1low as the meeting Hinder U u no r lor lo thocnidlo W G OOWAN GOODEtCATTLE LOST tho1I1JhIMand a lljjlitnnl twoyearold steer left the InlormlUonT W KINNEY Junction City Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you pct your painting I IlapiJralllllutwQrrl I will sell you paper as cheap ns you ptrbuttwork guaranteed JJ IIELDKN IiyLPainting Repairing I nm prepared to paint and repair our OlltclasltyleIxlerlenclod teed You can have your old vehicle and QUEERdPREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE IHEAOHEHSVILtE KY openanhllthtiChoollnetudlngarten In thi department Tho common school branches Higher Mnthe antics Sclonrcs Languages and the Illble For further partlculnnnddresJ Principal atofRUITTBROSMom IASD KY On February 23rd ClceepnA S PRICE tDentist Stanford Ky OtBtfCTw UcUaberti OwleT1I1111 R IL JONESDeNTIST Stanford ti VI Olllce over Higgins McKinnoya Storm Telephone IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANIOltD KY Cipital Stock 1100000 Snrplai J176S3 51 Tblilrutitutlon originally establUbed ai the Ie- posltnanknfhtanfordlnte5athen reorganized the National JUnk of Stanford In 18ji3 and agalr eoranlIl11U Ibe Flrtt National Dank of SUnforr n 188rhu had practically an uninterrupted exit ncefdrtl yon It Ii better auprllnl now wit acllltlca for tranuctlngjmilneii promptly and rally than e erV Iore In its long anti konoiab carver Account ol Inillrldaalt flduclarl and IndhlulnollcJtl aCTOI F held Lincoln Co JW Harden Slanfot S T Harris 8 H BsughmaD J3 Rocker II TP Hill WP Walton W A Tribblv JltColllerCraliUrchd M J Mlilrr MtVrtm M D Elinor gtaifordorricsat J S Hoc er Pnald ate J J McRoWrU CmbU Clearance Sale I Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville KytI Invite you to tile SIKIIAL SALE during tlio month of February This means money saved to you See mir centre table loaded with S25O SHOES AT SOC FAIRMens Shoes worth up lo foOO going atTbcn pair otTCalicoesAsk to ece our mens shirts at half price 151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 ThisIsnuMAnygootlsreduce our stock in the next 30 days to wake room for spring goods Special Sale Going on at Racket Store I have Just received a car Ioad of goods from the Eastern markets The Shipment Includes Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Shoes La Idips and Gents Furnishings Tr ChildrensClothing storeinCost Price Como and see for yourself and avoid tho riiBh also take in exchange or pay spot cash for produce Mer chants should also inspect my tint k as I wholesRleI as well as retail Thanking you for past favors I solicit your future trade Yours for bargains The Racket Store Stanford KyJacob Ginsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank t 1 t11i r f Jj S1+ r+ itoi fO I1i t I t1 ri r ytl Sigys9ed e f + lrtS a aSelle f 1 i t W Another Opportunity Hr l i t + t cJfIrJW1jU9t what want for the next three months lint I a rather have what they coat now than the goods Jw so it Is a good thing for us both w an t 1 CLVtfensKid Lined Viol reduced from 4 to 325jrtS Mens Drill Lined Vici reduced from 375 to275 T fO Mens Valour Calf reduced from 375 to CDliens Box Calf reduced from 350 to 275eIga Mens Enamel Colt Skin reduced 350 to275 itW 8225rt Ladies Ultra reduced from 350 to 2751Tho 9dyguaranteef tlo H J McROBERTS 6i wofIrIrt 4 s 4 rill irk 4tN yce- t N v yA f4J S j jj f t it Underware Sale le 11o want to close out our underwear stock before the season is over and in order to do tins we know the prices must bo an inducement to buy Mens Womens and Childrons t All tiO AT A GREAT SACRIFICE 1 v V l1Vt W biJN l t Irhave sonic extra good wann garments for hove worth cents closing price 35c Misses Oliiltes Union Suits INic qimlit to clos at 20 cents Any garment in this house willJI1now ut a reduction Set them alldOll will bo 11Ifijjuul m mr g 1411cHave Just Placed on Sale Ten Doftrii g I ILady CorsetsThey carh 11I is designed a living model to suit exactly a particular kind of figure 1 a WEAR EXCELLENTLY belIUIl owing to their splendid Uti fitting qualities tine strain on tho garment is greatly Ieseual mnod for thi reason that time materials used in their construction lj are the best of each kind obtainable Pairti fa SEVERANCE c SONS j osle Court IIous mOll eii B 61 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 7NnbltshaTu nsiay And FrtdVIl 1 1 PER YEAR CAST JIY When not top iJSB2OO will tecaarj Entcrtd n the post olf c at Stanford ai tcondclattinatter T KNDXVILLE DIVISION II Tram folnf North 118 a m j IIM II South 2ao- t In 2 U rorauu1 otw CENTUCKY CENTRAL iJIVISION if No2t Arrrlnn tat 108 A x t 021 Leaves Stanford at 210 No 21 ArrlrMitlUiwUnilit M00 DAT KoZJ Images Stanford at 2SO PM f QUEEN CRESCENT Train going South Junction City No not Hop No S UM P x JfoJ 1122 No 9 at3 r It Going South No2 doesnt Mop No 4 343 No 6 115 r N010 =r From An Old Lincolnite GUILFORD Mo Feb JEncIose find iU which will set mo one yet r ahead for your paper I am a IIttlu slow but reasonably sure Wo bay e bad the mildest winter up to the 2nd cIf r this ttonth that I ever remember c If twprcold weathur a largo per cent of the stock have been on grass up to thl tlmo and are in floe ebape On tho uvcnlnir of toe 2nd the blizzard struck us in great force and continued wltbou any lot up until the night of the 3ri about 80 hours About six iSebea u SCOW fell and it Is badly drifted whirl h makes travel difficult in place but toI day tho aun is shining nicely and It thawing some There U time jut tor us to bavo some bad weather butther is ono thing pretty certain we cant have six months of It this time lWellwe are enjoying some prosper orLbwo8t Missouri In the way c i prices for our products Horjeg muter hogs and corn are all bringing fair prices wheat seems to bo a drug plea ty of money at a low rate of interest It scums to mo that now la the time or at least a very good time for those who ore In the hole to get out But my ob nervation and exptdcnce has been that only a email percent of the peopl ever take thced itles toXet out of debt but opporLun1 Inclined in the opposite timed get easy money plenty price good and a majority of the people teen to see only one vast level plain before thorn never seeming to realize that they are liable to encounter mud hole and other obstacles beloro they get to the other end consequently they are t found after awhile In about the condition those five foolish were In havent enough oil and can noSJ get it In timo before the mortgage- r door U closed I am sallstlea that people of the West owe onethird more money today than they did three years ago at that time Interest was 7 and 8 per coat now money can be bad for I nod consequently they have paid their mortgages and remortgaged lot more money at less rate of lutereatand when the reaction takes place which It Is sura to sin they will bo in u worse condition thin they were when this r waive of prosperity struck them We are frequently twltted by some of our republican friends over this McKinley prosperity Ve claim that the greater part of our present prosperity was brought about by the very cause tbat democracy said would produce It viz a greater volume of money Wo bo llpvn at the beginning of McKinleys administration there were Issued 9300 OtWUOC of bonds Then we are told that McKinley hag coined more silver than any other president notwith standing we were told that free coin aye would ruin the country Our crease of gold hi the last four years been some 400000000 besides the Na tonal book notes have been Increased almoatlilOOOOOOOO In 00 the republi cans told us that free coinage of silver would Im a bed thing yet they have tolncu just the same and the only Ion est conclusion that can be arrived at la that wo are Indebted to the present prosperity ot our country from the causes that Bryan said would produce- It hesldus McKinley has been doing some of the things that Bryan eald ought to be done coining sliver at the ratio of 11 to I Now my brother ru publican bo honest take away our in crease of money stop the wars and bow much butter prices do you think you would get than you did when Grover was running the machine Thin leaves my family all well and myKentuckyblessing RespectfullyC It I hobbled into Mr Blackmonu drug store one evening says Vcsly Nelson ul Hamilton Gahand he asked mu to try hamberlalns ialn Balm for rheumatism with which suffered for a long time told him I had no faith in any medicine a they all failed He said Well if Chamberlains twin Balm docs not help you you need not pay for it I took a bottle of It home and used it according to the nine tions and in one week I was lureJand have nut since been troubled with rheu mutism Sold by Craig locker Drug gists It Is claimed by the farmers during the teuton from Nov 10 to Dec 21 of moo over 100000 birds were killed in Indiana throe New Albany hunters having flllnrt more than 1100 A I will therefore be presented to the Lug Irilature to prohibit the killing ouch birds for live yeas t What most people want le something mild and gentle when In used vl a phys 10 Clmmbftrlalnfl Stomach and Liver Tnbletu lilt the b to a dot They are- cUlY to take mid pleasant in ollect For silo by Craltr A UooUor Druggists Strolling Barber Weaver may not havo been there tosoa that omoklng rule barrel protruding from a window ot the Secretary of State but tho rule was there nil the eatne LouUvillo Times J i a f iYfaN nr 11 MATRIMONIAL l our Lincoln county people are c o lag to be tnade two before another euu rises Louis Thompson nod MUa Lucy Belle lUchard of Lebanon eloped to New Albany and were married Perry Humble of Russell count accuses hU wife ot trying to poUon him and their child and tins brought suit for divorce Charley Rogers and Miss Ruth Her rln popular young people of the Qua section of Rockcastlo were made on by Rev Martin Owens last week- In It M Allen the new district passenger agent of the Southern railroad with headquarters at Louisville wl marry Miss Bessie daughter of Josop 1 Vastloe judge of tho circuit court of St Louis today Rev WV Davis of Btoomueld an Miss Ellen McDowell of Perryvlllt 1were married at the Presbyteria church there Mf Davls baa charger the Presbyterian church at Bloomftelil His bride Is the daughter of Joe McDowell one of the most promlncn men In thee county iThe Hon John W McQueen of Bir rnlngham qud Miss Caroline Bealttpo Montgomery Ala were married alter Mr McQueen had dodged bullets fired by Mr Beale who opposed the marrl age One of the bullets wounded the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court In- whoso bouse the encounter took place An exchange ovei in Arkansas says an editor wont to church the other day and was called on to lead In prayer when bo said- Almighty and kind Father who doth from thy throne look on the oov ernment of men and delinquent subscribers most humbly do we beseech Thee to draw near unto them and whlV per a law things In their oars that the statutes forbid us to print Thou know etb our wants but our subscribers knowcth them not and seldom stop to to inquire Let it be known to them tbat there art largo pitches on the homestead of our pants and there Uai aching void in front of our back and asklcost money but the subscriber know etb it not and oarclh u sight less Thou knoweth that we are cold and tho subscriber brlngutb not the wood ho prom iced und that wo are shivering and shaking while he roisteth his shins before a red hot stove of his raoUiorlii law Amen WAYMAN INSTITUTK This institution f Is owned by the A M E church and has us Its object the moral Indus trial and educational advancement off the Negro race It Is located one mile from Harrodsburg Goo W Saffoll Jr Is principal Daisy M Saffell has charge of music Ida L Frazier arils tie sewing Joe Young secretary Rev J W Frazier Is resident pastor and chairman of the teal board of trustees Lincoln county bas three representa Lives there Addle L Craig Auto and Belle Sulton George W Craig Of this county will likely be made finan coal agent DANUEHOF COLDS AND L OWtiH The greatest danger front colds and In grippe is their resulting In pneumonia If resonnblo cats is used however and Ummberlnins Cough Remedy taken all- s danger will be avoided Among the tens remedyIa single cane having resulted In inoamo nia which shows conclusively that it is certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or attack of la grippe tu less time than any other treat ment It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig Hacker Druggists Excursion to Washington D C for presidential inauguration ceremonies via Queen C Crescent Route March 4 1JOl Faro one way for round trip from all Htatloos on Q C Tickets on sale March I2 and 3 good to return until March Oth Lower rates are made for parties of 25 or more of organized mili tary companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q t C ticket agent who will give you further Information If desired or address W C Rlncarson G P A Cincinnati O DEAFNESS CANNOT UK CfKKD by IcHnl application n they cu not rrach the lli eased pardon of the Sal There U one way to rurailfnfncHj and tbit U lijr comtltutlonal reme oondillullIWhen this tale u Inllamed you have a tumbling ound or lcirf ct hearts and when It entirely clam ileafnma is the result end unles the tlon can be taken out and this reitoreil to destroyedforerertads which cotblnx but an indammed roodl llnu ot Ilio niurous urac oJL1br llalli Catarrh Cure Sons for clrrubn free V J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold Uniittili 75- oilairaKainlly Pith are the bat State Convention Y M C A of Kentucky LonUville Ky Fob 21 to 91 QueenCrescentticket tripIlion Wrlto or call on Q A C ticket atents for further information W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O American troops will mtbe with drawn from Cuba soonor thin six months following the adoption of sIConstitution entirely acceptable to the United States It Is clollnately suited that there Is little prospect ofa with drawal boforo fall A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a tow Applications of Chamberlains Palo Balm For ale by Craig A locker Druggists AU Reduced rate to Now york City via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Oil account of the spring meeting of tho New York Merchants Association tbe Chesapeake Ohio Railway will soli roundtrip tickets from Lexington at Ii faro the certificate plan good olDI- r1cbruary 13th to the 17th and March ltto the Itb and good to return 10 days from date ot sale Tickets will be good to atop over at Washlntc Baltimore and Philad61phla It y have not yet registered with tho seer l tnry of the New York Association ou better do so at once The C O route Is the only lino from Lexington nnd Central Kentucky with through sleet era and dining car service wltho change Any Information desire i cheerfully given or sleeper space roo served on receipt or advice Geori W Barney Div Pass Agt Lexin ton ICy- MARDI r GIIAS New Orleans aod Mobile Fob 14tbto 10th Tickets 00 sale at all ticket oDIces of the Queen Crescent Haute ono faro for the roui trip Feb 12th to IStb good to return till March 7tb Pullman Palace Draw lag Room Sleeping Cars Cincinnati I New Orleans and Chattanooga to to bile Finest trains In tho South are run via tho Q C Write any of tbe Q C ticket agents for informatio or address W J Murphy Gen Man ger W C Rlnearson lea Pass Agt Cincinnati O Tho movement of troops from Cut to tho Philippines will go throng Newport News The C t 0 undorbl New Orleans lines on San FrancUc rates and got the business Severn thousand regulars will pass through Cincinnati cooseLuen- eeCounty JudgeJ- AS P BAILEY For CouutySCrerlLJ GEO B COOPER 4 For Sheriff J M CARTER Sr MS BAUGHMAN T J HILLt GEO S CARPENTER G C BAKER For Jailer GEO A EUBANKS GEORGE W DeBORD E D KENNEDY W HERRIN JAMES T JONES J H RAINES JOHN C PEPPLES t DINK FARMER For Assessor CHARLES L CROW GUS McCORMACK SAMUEL M OWENS JOE T EMBRY MG REYNOLDS CHARLES L DAWES CMcWHORTERWM THALES H WRIGHT For Representative ANDREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH SchoolJ Superintendent MISS ANNIE McKINNEY GARLAND SINGLETON Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLARD Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable rusldonco of ten rooms with all nocessary outbuildings Includtug Ice und stiiblo with largo garden at ached The property U centrally In llustonvlMo IosscHslon clr n at onco or terms apply to Miss II V Logan Hun nvlllo or Lutonla Ky SEW LIVERY STABLE SVfBUBSESHPrjrs JUNCTION rV KY IrstClans Turnouts at Ui Pmnble Rates Attention to T cling Men Oruln and Iluy Fur Sale TWO PARKS FOR SALE ll Tinz Jccllhl tocbaDE inr vocation I will 11111111111 farm on which lire 34 of mile from l rn OrehaC Ky This tutu li One 1kIlo o l atateot cultlTcMun M acres ol river bllllQlllltnd that see corn end neednw laud 11lnoollO acne li upland and well darted to corn heat blue sus all other arole A brink dwelling orll roonIIIr a well of splendid r rwtone wntcr at the cIr tw moat teneueht- uuta new Uru and all nay autlmlldlnKS with plenty jJ gad rlllt nd an abundant of oek wa er make tiii the in ttdniubie tutu tn hit end or tbecodtivr Also a rum afaboui rm if mlU from Crab ictiard Kir on Ltnruterstrsetuppetlte Ibo la Oreh ni All IB grip with rgetncklearnauieaateundana of water wllb the iiclghrwr Alcoa nice cottage in on fantasy Iff shift withqasIuldrta gcrdenAc IIlIached for turlbe jf lYIniOSAUilU Crab Ir Orchard Kf IlIf f fj 1 oI d FOR SALE 1 A Chance of A LFe Time My Eotlre Stock of Genolll Zclchnl1lisc St1l House inul Lot Kur Sale or vltlioll my dock und ronttti houiohnil lou lle t stand In Lineal 00 I V STEELS HUKWIXVIUB Kv d Farmers Roller Mills STAUOBD fart Morris Frod Pror I have brought the Cnhr t fitniub Mill In the west end of Stanford nod am nupplvli It wllli new mnchlncry of tilt most mouei make In nbout twowccUn I will lw trail to supply the public with the boat of Flour Meal Ship tufI Chicken Food Etc having hail iloaUiipn with u great InllhY Ilticnl county wlillu I ran Urn change In Ktaiifiwd I feel thru they kllow enough about my honusty to glvo luo a 1Or tlcnnl lrn tot Uit lr patronage Full felJht and thn very beet II lio my motto and I peIccire It Itamember thu place Carter t itraubn olilinlllMOItlUS KURD Stanford GRflOEO SCHOOl ELEC e TJOI KRNTIC1YlSr1COCN1yDF At a regular Imol Ibe Unfcoln Ootonlyleurt diets f f Kentucky hHdon the t IIh day of lanu ry IWI U apvarl g that a tltltunilaord II 1111 M bonrr lJ U U P nny S te J C Florence T v IUljjIil Wit N furs Ut lesro Iwl llany J Vanarndatf lit W McltrUrU and iothrrweeltdbefore lh cuunij Juap In l1nat the tail rrgalar iKxrmlxr term of tbl cou tatkintlbtaaratkl ehMi district be ot with IhboMry as rullose ta IWfJD ulncatKT itoa thence lu mtown etrrx and with raoie tu the Jane Barrow plea ntluJlo II tliMXto lohn llrUita inclidlim II tlirnt to John fo tftl Inehullitl It tbfnrt lo the Joe lVnnln tftn Ilnolulln II thence lo tVool InduJlun hit plat then to Jarot II rrU ueUDIf It but lltclndlug tin old 11IIIibenrototVutileckelucjud tog II thoeoJan Mlllfri thrnf to Whiten l Tatva tams IneluiIlBg II tinned U Wrn Ilauahman lnrtuJlnitlt tbnrlo K T PtncV lh and that the tile lor tb echoo- lbouseuelheuldprepowl district the Irolshoot bulldlnK Mlorrlna to raronMD wheel trlrtNO allaaed on KiuTltl MrrM Unfonl Ky whkfc ells ti ofottnl to netrxrrwllnatwoand ontalf nm an pad or theknndryofthestill lfOpOtt itlMtlcl a Irrl81t alotl that path nrea Hi trp1lhdJmMoM OIotrkt thh cot aad II alo porlHi lha the WIIJ Smperleteedet of eoN won Srhneta of Unmla rauatr ba eedernl a- M4 w ttonhiapprove4icand that al- lthetwtavofthsonlycu rimoo dtetrkt Ie LebrredinthM Ipenod radwl cow NMMtI ellaII hovedo Mtl a a Psntor tllft apnro1 al or ne c to pttldil ky law ant the- Glllft Mm Hi riH ily ad toJ ordrrt that Stn 10 the bjtllf of tht MMintrbe and hsrybralrenatocanseapnll t In owtml am t anclmlon to at city nl Klanlonl IJaeaCouetyKnnrkrwtb wooed day o Manfa IMI the aarae bring mra Ikau W dli aflrrlb entry of this onlp for tile or tatfu5l lMHm of Ih lgl whte mitra nM ttkqwithie the Umedrv r MId Prop nl aa School OMtilH wlwllitr then ball h Itvkd ant ralkrtol H m aweee tax 81 forty 4PJ rent o urh MM fcunlml dollar 01 lMih rvtaViiW so State or spat- axatlenw5d by white l nmM aid one oIeUu and treat eve each 41U of post Mi an each while malt InbaMlant of w proposed 0 IIIII OMta M Srhoo Ulitrtol eetr IwMlfM run DfaM lor Ih Pugsre ol oUMUhluc std tad tII a rad1 waqm thwrlu M vldedleealonatUetoletnitbcCMan tIafewn of MM tintinn will ate MUM it rpt ro nW profnwl headed Ctmm School IHatrlrt U role rIM to be tire ln Um flM MUM p a ldfJ MM vas hail M sdbr Ih mil- erTbeWrnuraddttenalit miki Mac ie due 1snf the r MiU el MM Ik euUtal JiMUfwM AMCI Itn nonru Clerk iAOo py MMriD 0 ut Ctarl- Notlre It hrrhyPlean that IB hdla le Ik Lore order watt s4 UIB nonttr IwUl had an tMIn at the MMBMn Mko kvtUlMt In Stanford on Patent Xtrck 1 loot fro otock w ua1U otck r AIr the M4 huh In aaM akr ortbr- TWw tllld 8 yea are all whit male stet Jtanut who lure Mere rdbate l the d Sctuwl OMrM fcr e- Sdalaaddlbaeay six Mwnhi cad of the- Nraesue year rr mM day d MM dvtlws Tlili UM My or unwary Baal owaesrSbeeltr To Trc flcrnocrotn of Lincoln County Aln tneetlne of the INunointtli Jountj ConitiiltttM held In Stanford Kyon Monday Jim II 1601 the following resolution wore ndoptwl odorlDg a primary election to held on Kutvrdav the lUtli lyofMarch 1001 to nominate democratic Fwidl dates fur county olHcon to votOJ for at the November election tOOl ItRwiirfVKii let That a primary election be held In tho varloim voting prwlnrn In ltnooln county on Saturday triO 18th day of Manli next botwnon tire hour of 0 n rn and p in for the purpose of nominating cnndldatoi for the following oniren to be roUd for lit the regular November blertloti tOOt to wit County Judge County Clerk County IIorlll Sheriff Jailor County- Stilerfutondont of School County Sun cyon AhMwsor for tine Coullt Coroner Jutlcc of the 1uaco and Constalmi III each of four uaglatorlnl dUtrtcU ot Lincoln county KiwolVED id That each person desiring to Iwwromo ft chndldate ut Mid primary tlon for any of the olllco lierelnln forc mimed shull on or before 12 oclock noon cif the Ist day of March 1001 notify thu Uhalrman of the County Conunlltue of Ids Intention to becomo a candidate toad pay to the Treasurer of title rommllton amount of tho nssesrment rltredIt each zandldato tn defray the noce ary raid of folding wild primary electionRESOLVFf13t1 Thai at aid primary lection all ittrron jiomtfMiny the Hreemtirij regal tjualijtcatioiu of voters uho are demo iralt and in honor bound tn iwrt the nwninenSUrrreoftuilhoatrefereneefa tnyinietlioniafivtit which denirieraM hare ill State or national politic are ordially inritcd are etpetttd raid are era RlSULYRI141iTinldl minor ico ire democrali ana irhavUl beware of ffurethe November dtctinn ml UJII1111 pose to support the hominess thereof are entitled to vote in lid primary ttillll KKDOUVBH Ith That tuicli cnndldato fur thu follqwlnj olllcn i liiill pay thn following mounts In ordur to havo Ids name printed upon the ballots nod to bo voted fur at ald wlmnry oleatloiti County Judeo 210 00 Hiorllt 35 00 County Attorney 40 ounty Uerk 10 to Jtiunty Supnrlntondunt of schools 40 00 Assessor 20 00 laller 1611 lelluLAtlve for the Doutity 1100 KDSOITKII Otli That cold primary election hull bo hold under and conduct In itrlet iceordunco with the of tllitt Oommqn wOAlth rozulutlnx nnd controlling the con duet of primary uhtstlnttas W S llnitcii It 0 WAniiB Secretary Chairman h tI iIj y 00t700000J OOOU Oi1QCtOC J JO tCCOOOOc7 t NEW FIRM T e oo 0 In buggy nail Implement lmiln M to HI 0 having sold it half interest my Mr A M Ioncetho new liu lhtloot will bo cunductod under 0thefirm name ofiGfRSCJjJ PEffGE We will keep in stock at nIl times a 1iandom line of r HarBesso i 0 Also Fanning Implcincntn In Rilillllon WP wll hnndlu all kinds of I 1rnIii Corn 011111 etc hoping you will favor the now o S fitm with your patronage 1 remain Itoapt Your O 0 W A CAIISON e Iovt ocoo c c i oo 0ooocoOooc 0o oooooooooooooooooo CHIIMN 0000000000000j g Brokers gIIo Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o glJ o Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain o Provisions and Investment gSecuaitirs Bought and Soldo Yo 0 I Orders by mail or telegraph promptly g oexecuted o Itank alit Commercial Itafcroncrs long Distance Tutoptieno CJO 2g 000000000000000000000000000000000000 8c s Just Received I e A1WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF HAMBURG EDGINGS 1N E PERIINS 4 S Crab Orchard icy A A + o eoeeeon A Iyvvv VVVVVTTTTTTT New Goods New FirmitAnd Every Day Is Itarjjmln Isay Whew You Find Everything PercectlyFresI And you halo a Nice New Sux k to aslant f mill Your patronag will J bo nppradated GooJi dtllMretl jiroinpily Vill androe w IW W SAUNDERS CO PhoneSS 110 West Main Street f1o V We Have a Fu I Lne of i Ledgers JournalsP i Day and Cash Boo s i FnrtheNew Your load liuoilaal Low 1rirci = PennY5 Drug Store i TKLHIIIOXK 02 td0 0 10 9RvV 61 9rt1 0 69ti1K1 ON Stanford Female College STANFORD KY rjrhorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue I MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN a CO Contractors And ISToilciors STANFORD ICy Have now a complete ntocknt IlulMlnj Material Yellow Ilno Flooring Collliie Door Sash Illlndt and all kind of Urosed and Hough Lumber ItooUuir L cust Toit be jVe toake citlinateion nnyulnd of work wuuu1 Ulllce oppoiltej lr L II Cooks BEAZLEK HAYS TJITDEETAKBBS ALO DkALKIU Purulturc aiattlnjjsKuRs And Wall Paper They will Exohnngo Furniture fur all kinds of Stnrit Give them a call Prices tight STANFORD KENTUOKY 1c + McGbM YI t1NDE Jeil1ai 19 Manufacturer and DOlloaf In aABNEBD sADDEt Y NtattfordlCyt e