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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 t IVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 1901 9 A M NO 101 II rmNEIGHBORING COUNTIES e Kompor Doyle la wear ing a pair of boots that ho hat worn or 10 winters Tho Laurel Baptist Seminary of London Is so full that an annex will havo to bo built Dollo fowling was appointed post master at Dewitt Knox county vlco J II Warren removed Pirn destroyed the houses of J W Caikoy and James McCormick at Jtlnc tlon City causing a 11200 loss Tho widow of Col D E Caudill died at Barbourvlllo Tuesday tier husband was a gallant Confederate soldier Joseph Duncan and Julia Parsons aro In Jail at Wlillamsburg charged killing Hon Surgonor and Char tbyMarvin at Jelllco pT N Edwards oxpostmaster at who was accused of crookedness but dismissed on account of mental troubles le dead Dr W A P Martin a hero of tho slegoof Iekln loft Danvlllo Wednes day on his return to China where he nlll resume charge of tho Imperial Tung Wun University Hobert L Robards committed nutcldc by hanging himself In his barn In Boyle county Bad health Is given M the cause of tho act Ho was CO and leaves I a wife and four children Julius Webb In jail at Manchester on a murder charge was shot through tho head by an unknown assassin while talking with Jailor CundKT and Is ro ported to bare died shortly afterward The Columbia Spectator has changed 1bands W D Jones retiring from the manrgomont of the paper and T A Murrell succeeding him The Spectator will continuo to bo Republi IfCAn paper Sbolwoll Sam and lUch Mc and Paris and Boo Shotwell who have been In jail since they were arrested January 18 for blowing up Whites store at Corbin and killing Sutton Karris and Susan Cox have l given ball t Tho first Rural Man Bouto lor Boyle as well as for Garrard county will bo established on March the fret between this city and Marccllus All portions living on the route lan havo their mall delivered to them by making applica lion In writing to the postmaster and I fixing al their gates a suitable box to deposit the same In Danvlllo New As a roault of a local election held at Corbln January 22 In which the wets wero victorious by a majority of 42 a saloon was opened there Tuesday Brit Farris of Grays and Tom Elliott of this place aro the proprietors Another saloon will bo opened about March 1 and probably a wholesale liquor establishment will bo opened In tho near future The most Important cato to be tried at the Russell circuit court this term Is u suit to establish the wilt of Bryant Nelson a bachelor who died several hefwrote a to flame aa she claims stating that at his death ho wanted her to have 2000 of his estate Ho had been paying bis re tpccts to her for many years The brothers of Notion claim tbo letter Is a fraudMrs W M Gulloy of Lexington who was a daughter of Thomas Wool folk of died of consumption after two years Illness The Leader says she was a woman of raro Christian virtues and kindly and lovablo disposi Lion Rev I J Spencer preached tho funeral sermon at night so that tho cortege oould got an early start on tho drive through to Lancaster where tho remains wero Interred IAman of statistical mind thus tabulates the various ways In which lovers believe in popping the question In 100 Cases whore the proposal was accepted no fowor than 67 kissed tho lady and began all of a sudden 81 declared tboy could not live without her while 72 hold the girls hand and 36 took her In their arms 20 lovers sat down to put the Four fidgeted about with their handkarchlcfswhlch three after ward required to wlpo away the teaiv of Three etood on ono foot three reclined on the grass Four thought It necessary to go down on both knees btt t twice as many knelt on ono In 32 i cases no kissing took place Only four kissed the girl on the cheek but 10 sa e luted tbo fair ones curls Three kissed her oyos two her hands ono the top of her bead one bar noso by mistake and one her shawl Acceptance of the proposal caused a lump in the throat of- the 13 lovor Tbo same number had qualms of conscience wbllo five had eyes and clear Nine declared themselves the happiest men alive Seven were dellrously happy but five wero too full for utterance iCraigA Ilocker guarantee very bottle Cough Remedy and will refund the money tonny ono who is not satisfied after using twuihlnls of the con tents Tills la the best remedy In the world for lagrlppo coughs colds croup and whooping cough and Is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of cold to result In pneumonia Tho largest dwelling house In tbo world is the Frolbaua in n suburb of Vienna containing in all between 1200 and 1500 rooms divided into upward of 400 separata apartments This Im money house wherein a whole city lives works eats and sleeps has 13 I tlours five open and eight cover a garden within Its walls L MT VERNON Will Kruegor Is very III Tho doctors here are continually on tho go Much sickness throughout the countyOur pcoplo appreciated tho editors write up of our town which appeared In Fridays Issue The Livingston correspondent to tbo Mt Vornon Signal Is a corker from away up tho crock The grand jury found no Indictment against HI Cox In connection with tho alleged murder of Henry Idol Ho was released As wo aro afraid of getting Into trouble after the manner of a fellow Intort ring whore a man and wife are fighting we will keep muni on this spatting business between the I JIod Central Rccocd Parson Smith better known as Coal Oil Johnnie hat announced his can didacy for county judge and Is being pushed for that position by Theodore Wesley tho druggist and S C Frank lin the owolcr Among the I700om1grants who camo on the ship on his return from Germany two weeks since Fritz Krueger says thero were but two Germans On tbo voyage one birth and two deaths oc curred Tbo dead wero consigned to the waves The Whitley County Telephone Co has most of Its poles set between Lon don and Wllllamsburg They will con tlnuo tbo line on to Jolllco where they will establish an exchange Central Kentucky will have connection with tho latter place nod Intermediate points over splendid wires by or before May Jet The writers surname Is spelled with five letters In his correspondence during the last 30 years ho has rocelv edicommunlcallons among which tho spoiling of the name was varied 33 sep arate and distinct ways Wero It not for exhausting all tho cap ms la tho printers case wo could give a list but wo rsfralo which will likely prevent the loss of a portion of the typos relig ionIndications are very favorable for the early development of tbo vast coal Holds and timber region In Eastern Hookcas tIc There Is no doubt of the branch railroad being built from Brush Creek station up the creek of tbo same name to Jackson county a distance of 10 or moro miles Mines aro already being worked and coal hauled by wagon to stations at n fair profit This branch road will bo of vast bonctlt to this coun ty The article in your last Issue What Is a Convent School and signed by A Lincoln County Student Indicates that said student Is a Catholic Let us say thero Is some good In every church and some things that aro not endorsed by all We have met Masons In our travels eastward whom wo aro convinced wero honest men yet there Is a church organization which wo aro told teaches tbo docrtlno that members of the littler craft will have no portion of the pleasures boyond this valo of tears Its a great old world anyhow and every person should bo allowed to take tho route which he thinks Is tho best for his salvation Do all the church de nominations endorse this privilege If not why Thirty years ago Frank Ramsey a farmer boy left Rockcastlo the place of his birth with a few dollars In his pocket for Lexington whore ho re mained a few years and pushed on to Crawfordsvlllo led where with his savings bo entered the mercantile busi ness Today ha Is president and main stockholder of tbo leading bank of his city owns several stock farms many houses and lots Is president of an In surance company president of the Home Independent Telephone Compa ny and vlco president of tho National Long distance Co covering his State llo is u worker In his success and prosperity bo never forgets his Rock castle relatives w po need his assist ante They not only got his good ad vlco but financial aid along with It A late issue of tho Indianapolis Press gives his picture along with other Indepen dent leaders In telephone work E B Brown formerly of this placo but now of Lebanon Junction reports tbo arrival of a daughter J J Law ronce and wlfo aro here from Guthrlo to see relatives and Monde Tho fam ily of Reuben MutltoB has had from ono to four sick for the last two months Three of them aro now on tho convb lesccnt list W G Nicely of Hans ford Is In Knoxville Miss Bessie Miller is seriously ill Jack Fowory of Level Green has returned from Bar buurvlllo where bo usslutcd M F El kin In organizing a Maccaboo tent of 61 charter Dr E J Brown was hero Monday Tbco Wesley the druggist has hod a siege of grip but is able to bo aronnd The wife of J J Wood deputy sheriff Ib somo better An infant of W T Davis died Tuesday morning Tbo now lessee of Pine Hill mines aro doing a good business Mrs Purdom la III Mrs D O Poynt or who has been ill a long time Is no better The 11 months old boy of D S Purdom has scarlet favor James placeIswho la qulto ill j When Editor W P Walton first visited Mt Vernon a quarter of a cen tury ago there was living in this coun ty C W and W G Adams L M Hoult M Pike George and James Sambrook Jack Adams Harrison Car neuter T T Wallace J J Williams M J Cook R L MyareMarshall Mul line Charles Klrtlcy W M Fish Add Myerr George Severance Marshall Jack and Tom Moore Jesse Tyree Wm McClure Judge John Fish Kin icy and James Bathurura Willis Ad ams Sr JAko Cash and W P Crook Frank McClary Wm AlbrlghlSr and Jr General Leo Rav B B Van Nuys James G Carter T Adams Jcsso Fish Dr J J Brown Geo B Bragg Tom Clark Muses Langford Durroll Cress Andy Baker J T Stephens Emmett and Squire Snodgrass Wm L Henderson Rev James Chestnut John Riddle M P and Robert Now comb Dr Joplin and a host of others who have answered deaths roll call bRODHEAD Misses Annie Owens and Bessie Roy nolds of Maretsburg spont Tuesday and Wednesday this week with Miss Lello Pike and the Misses Hondrlck son Miss Ella Butner of Wlldlo has been visiting Mrs J R Cass R H Hamm went to Louisville Tuesday night Gordon Bain of Barbourvllle was in town Monday John and Char lie Pike two sons of Bro Pike went to Louis Mile Tuesday Leo Roberts went to Louisville Tuesday Bro Pike went to Gllcad church last Friday night and returned Monday Mrs W G Thorp and Mrs Mary Colyor both of whom wo have reported as bang sick for some time are no better- I have been attending court at Mt Vernon for a few days and I must con fess that I was much surprised at tbo wonderful amount of whisky that is being sold In our county and delivered at Mt Vernon through the jug system Our county Is a local option one and under the law no man can sell the stuff In It because it would bo against tbo law and the will of tbo majority of the people And yet under tho recent decisions of the courts men In other counties can and aro allowed to ship It Into our town and we aro compelled to suffer tbo results It Is an outrage on our people We have said by our vote that no man can come Into our midst and open a drinking place and sell to our boys find children poison drinks Wo have a right to say no and wo say no because wo see its evil effects nod yet under tho recent decision of tbo highest court we are compelled to al Iowa man at Crab Orchard or some other place out of our county to sell and ship C O D to our boys and neighbors that poison that begets reck lessness carelessness and utter Indif ference to and disregard of tbo rights the Interests and the happiness of oth ere The reason wo oppose It so much is that it Invites encourages and nec essarily develops all that Is base de grading and dangerous lc man It Is a nursery for the development and growth of those wicked practices which lead to tho crlmo of gambling robbery arson perjury murder and every sort of public crime Now wo say that any man who enters this unlawful business In our county docs It with his oyo open and bo knows that be Is engaged In a buslnes that our law forbids ho Is fully advised of tho risks and danger ho assumes The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains are effectual ly set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr 0 D Glass an employe of Bartlett it Dennis Co Gardner Me Ho says I had kept Adding to a cold anti cough In the winter of 1897 trying every cough medicine I heard of without permanent helplIntilono day I was In the drug store of Mr Iloulehnti and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Hemedy and of feted to pay back my money if I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but I was complete ly cured by this remedy and have since always turned to It when I got a cold and soon find relief I also recommend it to my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For salo by Craig it Hocker Druggists S It la figured that 115200000000 matches ao burned In this country every year If these matches were placed end to ond they would make a line 4000000 miles In length or 170 times around the world Aa another lustration of the enormity of tbo output- It la said that the matches made In a year would make a belt 10 Inches in width once around the globe In the manufacture of these matches 40000 000 square feet of lumber ono Inch In thickness 3500000 pounds of brimstone and paralllno and 0000000 pounds of chemical compound are used In order to box the matches It la necessary to cut up 8000 tons of strawboard Last year the total number of now books published In tbo United States reached 0350 or 653 more than In any previous year There wore 662 now editions of old fiction and 616 now novels showing a decided reaction toward novels of established reputation A special feature of the year was the re issue of celebrated books In tine and carefully edited editions LANCASTER A T Anderson sold for W S Fergu son 20 hogs to Wm Lawson at 4 65 Mr and Mrs R E McRoberts enter tamed the NolandUughcs bridal party at 6 oclock dinner Judge and Mrs J S Robinson moved Tuesday Into their handsome new cot tage on Danvlllo Avenue The earliest gardeners have put in a few of tbo spring vegetables as tho soil was never so light and arable Mrs J W Grlllllh of the White Hall section died the first of the week of pneumonia and the interment took place Monday Miss Christine Bradley of this city was recently given u handsome lunch eon by Mrs W S Barnes of North Broadway Lexington Wm S Ferguson a some time reel dent of this city has gone to California to join his Blstor Mrs Will Barnes who Is n sufferer from consumption Misses Mattie and Mary Thompson wero at homo to the Croklnolo Club Thursday evening and tbelr spacious parlor was well filled with genial guests The residence of Mr and Mrs Gill tenants on the J T Coon place was burned Monday with all Its contents A subscription was solicited for the un fortunates C D Powell reports a better trade In his grocery business for the month of February than be has bad during that month of the previous years of his residence hero Miss Ethel West entertained the Croklnole Club Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Coy of Klrksvllle as many as seven boards were surrounded by highly Interested players- L D Rout of Cincinnati Is hero in the Interest of the Fraternal Order ol America Mrs R H Fox has return ed from Louisville and Is a suffere- from the grip Wile and Ben Moore two sons of T S Moore are qulto ill pneumoniaMrs Woolrldgo and daub ter Miss Mary Harvey leave Tuesday forthelrhorao In Denver Col Mrand Mrs James Henry and Mrs R E Hen ry arrived Wednesday from El Dorado Ark A W Smith a commercial traveler passed through Saturday to visit his lance at Marksbury Tho tobacconists Clark d Palmer bavo recently shipped hogsheads of tobacco to the Brown House Louis ville They still have about 20000 pounds not yet brought Into the ware house There are still as much as 50 000 or 00000 pounds yet undelivered by tbo Garrard growers HoyteA Trip to Tramp Town a melodrama will bo given at tbo Opera Rouse Monday night Feb 25 prices 2535 and 50c There will bo high class specialties bright and catchy mu sic and a grand concert band and an orchestra of solo artists Tickets for sale at Stormes drug store It Is reported none of the Icegather ers of this section have succeeded in filling their bouses The thrifty farm ors Messrs Ed and N B Price har vested this winter product over three weeks ago in blocks of more than two Inches In thickness Where were the other gatherers Asleep or gone on a journeyThursday morning a number of the families of the town drank their break fast coffee free of cream as the dairy failed to furnish Its usual supply of the lacteal fluid Two different horses wero hitched to the dairy wagon but both kicked outof tbo traces and one ran off and entirely emptied the vehicle of Its bovine liquid Several hungry infants sent up a pitiful wall thatmorn Ing over split milk oHUBBLE G A Swlnobroad bought somo hogs of J J Walker at 41c Mrs Fannie Ball has some young chickens batched and ia going to fur nish some early fryers Tbo many friends of F P Bishop and family hero aro glad to hear that they are located In Poaca City O T right sldoup Elder A R Moore gave a fine ser mon on character Building Sunday afternoon which was prized and com plimented by all John Walters many friends are urg log him to make the race for magis trace as we need good men to watch the expenses of our county Somo coals of fire fell from C II Ycagora grate a few nights ago nnd when they awoko from suffocation In the smoke they saw a tine prospect for a Qro but tbo escape was made with a hole burned In tbo floor Arthur Hubble who has been In Providence Ind for a few months re turned Monday looking as If ho has bad a good time He reports a big snow on tbo ground when be left Miss Katie Walter of Stanford has been visiting friends here Reports come In daily from Louisville that Ed Miner Is doing nicely and will soon bo at homo able for business This is good news for bla many friends hero L O King U on tbo grip list James Me Kechnlo was telephoned from Wayne county that his aged mother was very low and bo went Saturday to her bed etde A L Spoonamore has been con fined to his room for some days Vj I 8 ii F P = = i NEW AND NOBBY w SP I G IITSfq- J 1l3TRADnATIIT PAYS TO 11 iij THE GLOBE ti tiMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Jj 11Your money back It youre not sathsfed j mILLER HIRSOH DanViIIB1i 1Successors to J L Frobmau sit u 3 == 00 + = = v== == HftTSWe have just received a Large Assortment of Spring Hats Of The Very New st Shapes Ana Shaaes a A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for tho Newest Things CUMMINS McCLARY ssM A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY s I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate anyprices offered sssassssssssssssssss Bucket Pump And Wa ter Purifier It is the 1ItTAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO Craig locker Stanford r JFor Accuracy andLow Prices 4 rr tert +cYj tr r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON The Office Of Magistrate ONE of tho most Important offices In the county is that of magistrate but as thero Isllttlo pay attached and very few perquisites it is often permitted to eo abecglnp and but Hula attention la paid to It Oftener than otberwlse it IB a question of who will have It stead of filling it with the best material obtainable in tho district Second in Importance with the county judgeship it frequently happens that Ullon a magistrate devolves tbo duties of tbat office when tho judgo fa or other wise incapacitated Tho law requires that a county judire shall sit in tbo examination of murder cases yet if from any reason he can not do so the nearest magistrate Is by a provision of the law compelled to his place if there is no reason that he should not K there is then the next nearest and soon Tho four aclstrates In Lincoln county constitute with the county judge a fiscal court which levies the taxes and provides for the manner In which they shall bo appropriated This alone Is a great responsibility and should not be exercised except by men of sense and excellent judgment This court decides how the roads shall be a kept In repair who shall manage them and what the cost shall be what brldir es shall be built and so on Tho county buildings are under Its direction and it can order Improvements or bang involving thousands of dollars of tho peoples money and do many otber things that the execution of should be entrusted only to men of good buslne s qualifications thorough knowledge of affairs and full interest pecuniary and otherwise in the welfare of the count There Is hardly a possibility tbat with a good judge the magistrates could wreck a county but It might be in the power of ignorant or vicious men to do so Frequently there comes before magistrates In their local capac- Ity questions of much importance and to their judgment is left matters that affect ones liberty as well as his property rights We might give many other reasons why only the best men should be cno sen to the office of magistrate but we hope the oces suggested are suQlclei to arouse the people to the Important of putting only capable honest and true men on guard and that they will act accordingly IF new and true not otherwise Is the alleged motto of the Loulsvlll Post but when It prints such a para graph as this in its socalled Washing ton dispatches it proves that it is a stranger to truth and is reckless as tc novelty Heres what It says Sen ator Deboe made a conclusive and ex hauBtlve argument favoring the con Btructlon of the Nicaraguan canalI Can anybody who knows what a fat witted and ignorant individual the mss fit Senator is stretch his imagination to the point of believing so preposter our a proposition NOTWITHSTANDING ho was turned i down by the court of appeals Judge Evans Instructed the Federal grand jury to continue to Indict do called election offenders that they may not escape punishment by a lapse of time should the supreme court fall to affirm the decision against him Such sore ness over being thwarted in his partisan effort to punish democrats for ex erclsing constitutional rIghts might be expected of ordinary mortals but a man of Immaculate purity like Judge Evans should be shy of exhibiting It IT Is stated that Philip C Knox of Plllsburg who has been the principal legal adviser of the Carnegie Steel Co for several years will be appointed attorney general of the United States to succeed Attorney General Griggs If there is no change in the present plant of the president There will be no change Mr Knox being Identified with the trusts will make an Ideal attorney general according to the presidents estimate of an Ideal TUB Lexington Herald at last admIts Caleb Powers guilt and there Is hope for Col Billy and Sha yet The paper declares edltorlly that disguise Is a con Session of guilt and as Caleb was dis guised when arrested at Lexington of course be is guilty Believing Powers guilty Col Brecklnrldge owes It to the State that has honored him to assist In a vigorous prosecution in the event the court of appeals grants another hear lug of the Powers case TUB republican committee in Martin county Is wise in Its day and genera tion in requiring socalled democrats who desire to participate In the repub lican primary to swear that they voted for McKinley before permitting them s do so The democrat who says he vot ed for McKinley at the last election should not be believed except on oath and precious few of them after they go through the formality of making one TUB president has nominated Gen Shatter to bo a major general on the retired list He was major general U SV THEUE are two reasons for referring the Ship Subsidy bill to an extra ses slon One Is that tho present session wont consider it and the other is that Terrible Teddy who will be the pre- sIdIng olllcer of tho new Senate will be able la force it through owing to the reputation ho has made by a strenuous life that he Is a bad man In other words It is rolled on that ho may cutoff debate with a bowie knife and shoot the light through the first Senator who doesnt see things as he does POLITICAL Washington county democrats noml nated G A Dehony for representative A democratic ticket has just beon nominated in Washington county by a housetohouae primary United States Minister Conger cstl mates the the total demands for Indem nlty upon China at 8400000000 A recent census bulletin shows the population of Nevada to be only 12335 a decrease of eight per cent since 1890 and yet Nevada has two senators and one reprcacnatlve in the congress of tho United States By a change In the river and harbors bill the big appropriatIon of 1327000 for the Licking river la entirely stricken out The Big Sandy river which vas allowed only 3000 In the House bill gets an appropriation of 1122500 The secretary of State decides that the ballots for tho primary electtons shall bo of the same quality as prov ed by law for regular elections and that they be preserved but the polls cal party holding the election must fur ilsh them Tbose who oppose the appolutrac of Judge Tinsley as district attorney urge that his resignation as cIrcuit judge will create a vacancy to be filled by Gov Beckbam who will appoint a let ocrat This may defeat TInsle oho seems to have had a cinch on the obThe appeal for 100000 with which to endow a chair of economics In Wash- Ington and Lee University as a fittlt and attest memorial of the late William L Wilson la one that should fall upon glad ears and generous baud rover Cleveland and others sIgn the ppealPhilip OConnell Democrat was elected Mayor of Wdrchesler Mau- over William A Lytle Republican by a plurality of oil votes The electlc was necessary to decide the vote of 06L between these two candidates at tbe gularo lectlon last December OCon ills election Is one of the greatest victorIes the Democrats have over had In the state as he Is the first Democra Mayor ever elected in Worchetiter NEWS NOTES Capitalists will likely build a 150000- hotel in Carlisle Fire In the business district of Atla ta caused a loss of 500000 Mrs G E Jones wire of the Jamestown druggist is dead aged 40 The twoyearold child of George umbo was bnrncd to death in Bath countyIThe residence of W B Saffell al iwrenceburg burned causing a 1L5 lossA dispatch says Queen Vic torias private fortune amounted to only 13000000 Four firemen were killed by afallln wall while fighting a fire at New Haven Coon One of the Cudahy kidnapers has- been arrested and Identified by young Eddie Cudahay Miss Annie Davis committed suicide at Rockwood Tcnn on account of dis- appoIntment In love The Louisville grand jury IndIcted Mrs Cloteal lotto accused of perjury In the Botto will case The court of appeals sustained the- statute imposing a life sentence for the- tblrd conviction for felony tiles Annie Reamy living near Cat tsburg was burned to death last nIght by falling on a lighted lamp Fire at Jackson Tcnn destroyed the Pylhlan opera house and other buildings entailing a loss of about 00 000 Conductor William Holloway of the Illinoid Central railroad died suddenly in a caboose near Paducab of heart dls cllseTho military forces of Great Drltaln- are to be Increased by 150000 men to- secure whom It Is proposed to Increase- the pay of soldiers An attempt was made to blow up a unIon miners boirding house at Providence with dynamite Discharged miners are suspected- At Millwood Kaa Mrs Hudson wife of a saloonkeeper was shot and killed durin a raid by a mob One of the raider was fatally shot At Fort Wayne Ind Bessie Slator- aged 15 shot and probably fatally jured her father to save her mother- from death at his hands The court of appeals gave E K Wilt sentenced for killing Miss Mary- Cloyd 15 moro days in which to file petition for a rehearing Mary murphy was fined 1100 at Pa- ducah for cowhiding Dr W M Cow gill a prominent oculist who she now- says was an Innocent victim County Judge Moore of Franklin released John and George Heaves from- State prison on a writ of habeas corpus- They were rearrested and placed in jatl and will be taken to Indiana to- answer a charge of murder Wyatt Stapp aged 80 and Mrs Polly Koltnor 87 both of tho Gradyvllle section of AdaIr ore dead Fire at CorbIn at noon yesterday de stroycd the CorbIn Hotel building and and Engineer Davis residence Allen Mounco lost hU case alalnst the L fi N at Mt Vernon Ho sued for damages for the killing of his 80n Dr Whltsltt late President of the Theological seminary at Louisville Is to be made chancellor of the Pcabody Normal School at Nashville Tom Vital a Negro who assaulted a white child at Lake Charles La was lynched and a companion who defended Vital was shot to death A mysterious attempt wits made to poison the family of T L Morrow In Christian county by sprinkling strycb nina In a bowl of custard and on other articles of food The Southern railroads are now ing pine ties the oak having become scarce The tics arc treated with a bath of creosote which Is sold to harden and preserve the wood Ollie Brown a negro desperado escaped from jail at Hopklnsvllle aftcr making an attempt to kill the jailer with a pistol which had boon smuggled Into Jail by Browns wire A Negro organization at Seattlo Wash has offered 8500 reward for tho arrest and conviction of any momLer of the mob that lynched George Cartcr In Paris on the night of Feb 10 Travis Brown in jail at Albany charged with killing Miss Cella Jones confesses that be shot at her but sa11 that Stonewall McGulro fired the fatal hot Brown la only 15 years old Mrs Nation was discharged In the case growing out of the smashing of tbe Senate saloon at Topeka the judac oldlng that In destroying the place sbe was abating a nuisance end was tot guilty of malicious destruction of roperty The body of Moses Joseph a travel ilesman was found in Green River below Greensburg He bad evidently teen murdered and robbed Hia watch rlnlr money and several other valuable articles were missing Mr Joseph was recently married to a Miss Knop of Marlon Miss Mary Murphy who publicly a suited Dr Cowgill at Paducah with a hlo for an alleged attempt to 1rt with her has a signed statement todaY8 papers that she commuted tbe- act under a misapprehension and that Dr Cowgill was guilty of no IndIgnity toward her- LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Corn wanted This office Mark Hardin sold to R L Gose bull call for 835 Lot of sheep for sale or to trade for hogs A R Matheny 2t A B Ealrldge of Paint LlckBold 200 barrels of corn at 82 25 Jeff Dunn and B T Patton sold to- Fish Kuhlman 20 mules at 8120 A G Todd sold to W H Hudson 250 185 pound hogs at 4o Adalr News CM Jenkins of Garrard sold 200- sheep at 84 per bead to Jessamine par tiesJ H Dalton sold to Reuben Duddci ar 00 acres of land near Gilberts Creel at 850 Thompson Bros livery stable at FranIdol t burned causing a loss of JOOO A H Bastln sold to Abel Bryant of Corbin his farm of 35 acres on Ceda Creek for 8400 C Alexander Jr sold J S Wilson of Paris 20000 bushels of blue rass- seed at 45 cents The fine Poland China hog for which Churchill Sc Merrlott of Nlcholasvill refused 1000 la dead The rot destroyed the potato crop irtbern Michigan the past year the damage being estimated at 81000000 Al HutchIngs of Danville gave 12 000 for Ashland Cassoll by Ashlani Wilkes at the trotting horse sale It LexlnatonIt We1 Peltus have sold- thelr farm of 200 acres near Gilbert Creek to J H Dalton at 845 and will 10 to Oklahoma W J Young of Lexington sold to- thu Ashbrook Stock Farm Wellington MILSS Melton three years old by Al- lerton for 5000 Onward Sliver 2111 brought e3li00 at the Lexington horse sales Lha W 2131 went to A B Hutchlngs of- Danvtlle for 3250 Seorgo D Boone sold to John Lynn some 1100 pound feeders at 4ie- and bought some hogs at 4 to 4f c He- sold to Fox S Logan a mule for 180- At Wodson Masters sale in Madl Bon mule colts brought 835 to 850 two year old and over li5 to al50 horses 35 to 8102 oats 8J per 100 bundles and- corn 210 to 230 In the crib Col J P Chandler says that a Iood- crowd including most all of the candidates attended J E Wrights sale yesterday Cows brought 823 yearlings 12UM horses 150 to SiD mule 850 and- sbeep 1325- About 1200 cattle were on the market at Mt Sterling Monday quality medium trade a little slow buyers say- Ing prices were too high Good feed ers sold at 41o yearlings at u to 5c- heifers tt to 3c cows 2i to 3Je Most of the cattle were sold at eo much per- bcad Good mules sold from 880 to IUO Lexington parties bought about 35 nt from 85 to 8150 Good many oth or sales at about these figuresSentl nelDemocrat N W J Nt A ic l lmfwN t1 E i l J A 1o 1 1ljo t 11 i 1 It 1 T tJi 4 t i hh F The LouisvilleStore iI 4- K Strike While the Iron Is Hot I Its the last chance at odds and ends and Winter Goods Our Spring Goods are pouring in on us Thousands 1t 1K nave profited here in the past two weeks 7 c beyond their fondest hopes NOW IS YOuR TIME Tip Cubes made to sell for 160 go In this solo alM iSc 7 r 1 jt made to sell for 300 RO In this sale at USo 4 148Capes t I t to sell for 500 go In this at dLadlesIlnsh and ABtrichan Capes go In this sale for less than half price 11 Ladles Stylish Jackets to close out at half price 1 i Wo have 500 dozen of Gcnte Linen Collars all the latest styles worth 16c s f They will all go In this great sale atticrExtra good quality of 125 Kid gloves made of fino selected skins black and 71 Sallthe leading fall shades special price for a short item 40cI25c Wool Socks 10c i n sRough Rider Hats 49o IAseeks j 8 plain or olkadol bands 1 50 dozen menn raywool never g ya ofImowntollellforll1llthan 25c fur pair S g thelatl1ltstylewlllcolt you Uln at lUc Sw 2 h millinery store anymq R t III1IrQs t vTo y incae Linen 25c l j E A Blue and white rod and white X Ladles and Misses stainless fast black aaC rroRiu all linen table Damask novas vhOie strictly leamll1lll worth lOc R pair G u o sold for 1CM than a yrtl now 2k LIiont miss this great bargain at only f i 0 Gray Underwear c 21It Jlavyk t25c All Woo Mittens 5a C A Rood hoary suit of gray underwear For misses and children worth 25c our a for melt clearance pricy tic per not LEprice now 5c- c o 100 Underwear 68M 0 0w1chaoI Shoes 48c o aa Wry CD liens tine rlbbw undor roar tl1O WnI Lace and button this shoe will cost II prop Q Jf 3 n nd blun cloning prlcoGSc per suit they InM any other store i aare worth eJuo tll l k fe rru vif Xwu ot y l vcJIl 4 4IrvI4171 X f ftG f X I I 1 Low Rates to Washington and New York On account qf the Inauguration the ChcBupeako r Ohio will soil round- trip tickets to Washington and Balti more at ono fare for the round trip March let 2nd and 3rd good returning until March 8th The round trip from Lexington will beH 65 A rate of one cent per mile will be made for military organizations traveling In a body and In proper number This affords an opportunity to make a cheap trip to New York as the round trip from Washington to New York Is only 810 The C ft O has two fast trains each way dally and the only line with thro sleepers Persons contemplating the trip are requested to send their names U once for sleeper reservations Gco W Barney dlv pass act Lexington Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your bUlgy cnrrlaRO or wagon In drst claaa style jpcrlenccd men to do tt and work Ruaran teed You can have your old vehicle made- taw for very little money J It GUREK Stanford Kyl R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ity- Office over lligKlns A McKinneys Star Telephone No 48 Special Carpet Sale a- tPRUITTBROS MORELAND KY On February 23rdA- lso several Buggies and Surreys Cheap to make room for new stock FOX LOGANr LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mules constantly on hand and for iale at all times W Logan Wood Manager ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adami lit Co Paint Lick Is a guaranteed sure curl for horses and mules ailllctcd with Fistula Iallevll Swlnney Scratches Saddle Ilolh lard and Soft Enlargements Greasyheel Utemper c For sale by arts druggist Stanford ll lIumphrey Ibcrtyj 0 II Thora son KlogSTlllet A It Oaldwell Dunn Ilros llry ntsvlllo Ky F U CompUinMllledgoYllU Ueo U Jeter Mlddlebnrg lluro Turnersvlllo J II Vanhook McKIn soy H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call E RDILLEHAr DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices A Few GOOD REASONS Good Because I carry Iho largest and mot vsastock In thin city Reasonstied it Trhy You l-lseontluototlSecondprices I Should 1Jcottll I umlonuml my Imilnem and j where and what to buy lkcauao Trade Withknew I paYIOt cash and can al MeFourth most live on my dUcount Because I aw exceedingly anxioun to to A Few FOlfthcuro the trade of the broid minded re cople wbo can appreciate standard tOOth at Hock Bottom Prices Reasons Why I CanTERMS CASTS Furniture Carpets Mattings Wall Pa And Will per Window Shades Rugs Etc Save You W W Withers J Money STANFORD KY and Something New I IT WILL 1 WORK EASY IAfter a good deal of persuasion de clued to try tho Popular Washer truthfully say it is tho greatest of the kind made The Brcuied high but alto a trial I fnnntlonIvinced It it very cheap M tie K J FOU SALE liT GEO H FARRIS F CO t JJlffiBS RIPE us6piville K fiIHas an Elegant Lino of Now CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS t And the Greatest Lino of Shoes Ever Put en Sato In Uuttonvillc I nm Closing Out a Line of S20O S35O Ladles Shoes at Boys Show at 75c Former Prico 4150 1and Mens 300 and 500 Shoes at 150 rIt will pay you to buy them whether you need them now or not i W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand At Lowest Prices I THE INTERIORJOUR- NALil STANFOIIIJ KY Fjn 22 1001 OUR proscription work la uneurpaea ell UB and bo convinced Pennys t Drug Store PERSONALS t Mils D W VANDKVKEII la Mas J C BAILEY continues Mils JAMES LEE wont to LouUvlllo yustnrdayU Jit was In Lox IDRIOD this wtok r MISSY JJMMA AND EFFIB WAIUIEN aro visiting In LouUvlllo Miss FLOUENCK MYKIIS is with Miss Mlnva 1liclps In Madison Ma AND Mas W P TATS spent several days In LouUvlllo OMItS J C HAYS spent several days with relatives In Garrard Miss TOMMIK IIIANCIS spent several I days with relatives In Garrard Mils ANNIE D VANAIISDALK re turned to Hurrodnburir Tuesday Miss TJR CAIUENTKIt Is vUItlnR olin Karl Chenault In Richmond MISSES MARY AND MAIUUKCTNOEL wore jjuenta of the Mlsics Kastland- Mas T W KiNNKV of Boyle spent ovural days with Mrs T I Itanoy MIss EVELYN EABTLANU hm joined her sister MUt Louise In Danville J II BAUCJIIMAN attended the mil lers meeting nt Lexington yesterday Mas KirriKKlNO of Cr b Orchard Is spending several days with relative here f MKFT ARNOLD and family of- Carlisle aro with Uev and Mrs W E ArLold MISS CORA LllJS and gentleman friend of Huitonvlllo were hero Tuesday Mas HANNAH STBOAU of Crab Orchard will live with Mrs Mary IJronauph MIUMmofLlylngltont In this county Mils C T THOMSON of Lexington I U with her parents Mr and Mrs T M Ionnlncton Mlt A W CURD has cone to Mercer to look after hU farm and his wife will join him next week Miss MAnE TAYicn of Huston vlllo Is tho gucit of Miss Annie Done Rhy Danville Now Da 11 M PltHUS formerly of this place but later of Sliver Cllffc Col has located at Versailles MBSDAMKS M F KIKIN and Edwin MorItz went up to WllllaraBboru Wed ncsdav to see Archie Klkln- Mas W O SrcrD spent lovoral days at the bedside of her mother Mrs J F Rocker at Junction City Mils II II BaioiiT of Mt Sterling pasted through Lexington yesterday to Ivisit In VoreatllcsDemoorat WALLACE II HALL of Huetonvlllc has been promoted In the census bureau J from a li2jto a 4900 clerkship Miss MARY IOltTMAN who Is at tending college at Liennft Vale Washington county has pneumonia- J A SHANNON and John Million of Crab Orchard wero In LouUvlllo bo fore the Federal grand jury this week j COL JORDAN PETER Cn ANDLEII the bogie auctioneer has our thanks for or dare for bills for a half dozen or to sales ho will cry W A MoliEitLEY of Kooxvlllo attended the burial of his mother who died In Garrard county and was interred In the Richmond cemetery Pantograph F I Mlt J W OlVKNS who has boon at Lexington Miss dealing In horses writes that ho will bo homo In a few days after n short visit to his daugh OIwho was a candl t date for county clerk of Rockcaetlo has moved to title county and taken charge of the farm of the lato James L H Tuciccr who was his fathor In law i MESSRS LOVE LILLAIID George t and Alt Shelby and Billy Sandldgo loft yesterday for Oklahoma just to take a look at tbo country to bo absent two weeks Alt may Invost somo of the duet ho got In the Klondike Advo I cute IN a letter from Curtly Cover of Crab Orchard who with big wife and son is visiting Now Orleans ho says Wo aro having regular spring weath cr flowers In bloom iVo but we i havent gotten the INTERIOR JOURNAL yet and consequently dont enjoy any- thIng very much fLOCALSPLENTY bandmade harness at J O McClarys I WILL pay Co for keys and Ole for old hens P II Davis THK young folks will celebrate Washln tons birthday by a hop at Waltons Opera Rouse tonight r THEltE Is almost enough snow on the ground for good sleighing February la proving itself the worst of tho win tor months PORTRAITS IN OIL Portraits any sIze painted in oil also photographs tinted In oil or water colors Call on mo Ton Logan Ave Mrs G C Keller I READ George fi Barrie k Gos ado ycrtUomont It will Interest you AL G FIELDS great minstrel com puny at Waltons Opera Uouso Mar 10 FIFTY pieces now Spring Gingham lust placed on sale at Severance ft Sons BEAR In mind the ealo of the James GIvens place on the Danville pike Sat urday CUMMINS k McCLAKY aro receiving their spring stock of clothing It Is Immense DKHIIIAIILI residency nod lots In Stanford for sale Apply to W P Walton PATRONIZE tho LadleeAid Society exchange at Pennys drug store Saturday afternoon NEW Carpets Rugs Mattings ko arriving dully Prices lower than the lowest Beazlcy t Hays Foie SALEA Bllckonidcrfcr typewriter No C In good order MUs Llzzlo Bright Stanford Ky 4t A survey shows that the James GIvens tract of land which Is to bo sold tomorrow contains U3 acres and three rood NICE clover and timothy hay corn oats o ready to ford and a wagon ready to deliver Give us a call Pence Sc Canton ALL persons having claims against the estate of James Olvcns are rcque ad to present them to me properly vcrllicd for payment J B Paxton administrator CANDIDATES for thevarious county offices should bear In mind that the law requires them to pay entrance fees to Secretary and Treasurer W S Bureh on or boforo 12 oclock Friday March In order that their names may appear on tho ballot W L McGAUTY run Kings Mountain Canning Co wide open thlll year HU contracts state that ho will pay lOe per bushel for tomatoes and 26c for picked beans Mr McCar tys canned goods are sought for by housekeepers who want tho best WANTS DIVOIICE Robert Nooks wife bat brought suit against him for divorce before the court at Harbour vlllo Noak Is from this county und came Into prominence by reason of his testimony In tho assassination cases o Is said to have left tho United Stat- eS SAL SATUIIDAY Stock household furniture pair good work mules two combined hortoa 14 J26 pound shoats 2yearold steers and yearling heifers corn In crib and farming Implements- c at the Joseph McClary farm Kt 10 oclock tomorrow Saturday J H Tu dor admr J M TudorItLosr13oW0webb of Pitt burg was hero Wednesday looking for his son William aged 17 who loft bU homo Monday lie found no trace of him He says his son Is a handsome fairly well dressed boy of good address and has dark hair and eyes He will appreciate hearing from any one who has seen him J C McWuoitTER of Crab Orcb ard has withdrawn from the race for assessor for reasons tatisfaclory to him sell He Is very thankfnl to those who pledged their support and helped him In his race and hopes his friends will voto for the strongest men for the va rious county olllccs regardless of per sonal friendship Mr MoWhorter ts a tried and true democrat who can be depended upon at all times to help the party and bo hat many friends who will regret that hIs name will not be on tho ballotSINOULAitJ S express agent hero received yesterday from tho Berkeley Bible Seminary at Los Angeles Cut a deed signed with the name of MUs Mary Myers transforing to It a house and lot of four acres In Stan ford halt Interest In 114 acres of land on DIs River and halt interest In 11 acres adjoining it it being all ot her real estate and asked that it bo record ed and returned at once It Is dated Aug 29 1800 In her last will and toe tament Mild Myers says if she signed such a paper she has no recollec tion of It but that she frequently signed papers that her agents and at torneys asked her without reading them A contest will likely result NOT AFRAID OF Surra Alihough there la a damage suit pending against him for 81000 for taking out windows and thereby giving the renters of his houses colds Tommy Ball took oft the doors and windows of two more of his renters Wednesday cold as It was Under a contract signed sealed and delivered hU rcnlers agree to such performance It they fall to pay their rent when duo and demand Is made tho In strumont reading as follOvsHI hero by give said Ball full and free permis sion to take out any windows sash or blinds Bud to take off any doors plank Ing or boards on saId premises herein rented and If the said Ball should see fit ho may even take oil tho roof of said promises or house which I now rent should I fall to pay over duo rent or fall or refuse to move when requested A FEW days moro of cold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J H Baugbtnan a Co THIS le the birthday of George Washington who was born Feb 22 1732 and died Deo 14 1700 ills last words wore I dlo bard but I am not afraid logo Tho poalolllce und banks Bro celebrating tho day A MAN without legs Isrunning for asseefor In Caldwell county lie would stand a poor show In this countywhero tbo dozen or so gentlemen who aspIre to that uilleo pray nightly for moro legs that they may be enabled to visit the dear people moro frequently 9 BOSLBY CONVICTED John L Doa ley formerly postmaster at Paris was convicted In the United States court yesterday of embezzling 138312 of the money order funds of the olllce while In charge Ho U liable to a penitentiary sentence and a heavy fine Judge Evans will noi sentence him until la tar Boaley expects to appeal When the jury brought In Its verdict there was an affecting scone between Boeley and his wife Both wept bitterly The marshal had to escort them out of the court room The verdict of guilty was unexpected and It is Sato to say that Mr Bosloy bad the sympathy of everybody In tho court room oven the ds trlct attorney who is said to be a friend of hie Bosloy has many friends who will grieve that the jury over thought him technically guilty Sherman Stl vert Bosloys asjlstant was acquitted MATRIMONIAL John Farris and Miss Julia Noaks wero married ut Mrs Llzzlo Noaks ThursdayJohn and Miss Nannle Barton were made ono at William Bur tons Thursday John A Dlshon and Miss Mottle Kldd both of the Hast End wero mar ried at James Cummins yesterday Charles Martin and wife of Amela 0 have just boon married for the third time having been twice divorced Matthew Murphy of Casey and Miss Martha Mercer of this county wore pronounced husband and wile by Judge Bailey at tho courthouse Wednesday He bad boon devoted to a pretty girl for some time when he read this advice to a young man Before marrying a girl look her mother over Ho did so with the result that he married the motherH Bush of West Point this State and MIss Hstcllo Rockefeller ol Chicago were married at Union N Y by means of a phonograph because tho bride was quarantined In a relatives homo with diphtheria The engagement of MUs Annie De pew PauldIng niece of Senator De pew to Lt John Edle of the navy has been broken off by tbo Senator who refused to state why Tho trousseau hadbeen made In Paris and U now on its way to this country This bill has been introduced in the Connecticut Legislature Every bach elor who shall remain unmarried at the age of 40 years shall not thereafter bo allowed to enter Into any matrlmo nlul alliance except upon the payment to the State of Connecticut of the sum of 8100In Laurel circuit court Mrs Sa rah Borelng was granted a divorce from Congressman Vincent forcing was restored to her maiden name of Randall but was denied alimony O H Waddle of Somerset acted judge Judge James D Black of Barbour villc and lIon W R Ramsey repre rented tbo plaintiff while tho defend ant was represented by Judge J H Tlnslcy Senator Ed Barker and Chas R Brock At a double wedding In Kingston N J John Voorhecs and his son John Jr two wealthy farmers wore wedded to two sisters tho father marrying the younger Relationships resulting from this marriage are causing much com wont Mrs Voorhees Sr is tho motherinlaw of her elder sister and will bo at once aunt and grandmother of any children born to Mr Voorhces Jr Mr Voorhees Sr becomes fath erinlaw to his slslcrlnlaw and any male child ho may have will bo half brother to his own undo by marriage Mr Voorhees Jr- CHURCH MATTERS Southern Methodists have raised 81 43052003 for the Twentieth Century Educational Fund Rev JW Haglns subject Sunday morning IsliTho Lords Supper eve nine Jesus Our Advocate Tho congregation of the Christian church at Dan villa presented Treasurer Fred Harris with a handsome walking cane Rev Henry Pearce Atkins of liar rodsburg has been called to the pasto rate of tbo West End Christian church In Richmond Va Rev R B Mnhony will fill the pul pit at the Baptist church Sunday morn ing Rev J B Crouch tho pastor will bo In Louisville that day Cumberland Presbyterians are rais ing money to build a church en the spot of land which stood the humble house of tho Rev Samuel McAdoo In which was organized in 1810 tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church China has 8ilb lii dtOtho Powers the following In lieu of tho demands which will be agreed to Gen Tung Feb Sian to be degraded and deprived of hfs rank Prince Tuan and Duke Lan to bo disgraced and exiled Prince Chaung Vlng Nlon and Chap Shu Chlao to commit suicide Hsu Chen Yu Yu Helen rnd Kl Hatn to be be headed SALEOF FARM C PERSONALTY I will ofltr it public salt oj Wednesday March 6 I9OI Alto ocloc1cjd my plies 2 mile rom lliuton Till lorr y Mill Turnpike one fpuryrarojj combined mate one year old aged wellbroke work mules 2 good milk oowi I fresh with nil and 100headrelscorn In crib event tone clorrr liar In l 75hockaeslderIShoekamgarcane redyloorold wagon l good sprlug wagon superior IInckyeblndrdouble A harrowaoiberChllled plows lot ol rlleltookitchen furniture My farm consisting of IV plaeeilaland 21 acres In wheat and rest In grass la for NrlherInrormallonLincoln County Terms cub fur alt sums under 110 negotiable day notes for sums ol that- fcUANIELmount and over JNO Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MOItlllS FRED PKOPBIKTOR ontof cleslro to the public that I grindingWilt of Flour Meal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give the very best result Dont forget me bat bear In mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FILED Pror EXECUTORS SALE- OF LAND As Executor of James Olvcns I will on SATURDAY FEB 23 IDOl Beginning at 10 oclock am at his lato publiclylate homestead of Oil acre of wellIm proved land lit tulles from Stanford con largobarnImprovement and also about 85 acres of knob land The homestead will bo sold for oee thlrd cash In hand balance In ono and two years tlmo with 0 jicr cent Interest from date Possession of the land given when terms of the sale are with and of the residence April lit Eighteen acres of tho land Is now In wheat which the purchaser will gel but he U to pay taxes for the present year The knob land will be sold for cash J II PAXTON Executor of James Olvcns 2795 REPORT OF TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the doe of business Feb 5h1901- RESOURCES Loans and dlscountooU154321 40 Orerdrafti secured and uniccurtd 3588 26 U S bonds to secure Circulation 31000 00 Premium on U S Honda 3100 Stocks securities etc 12401 23 Bankinghome furniture and fiituret 900 00 Other real catate and mortgage owned 537540- Des from National flank not serve Agents 4020 Due from approved reserve agent 13364 InternallUrenu tamps M 00 Checks and other cash items 1H7 Notes of other NatlInks 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 12S47 Speciooo 11713 00 Legal tender notes 2811 17558 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer- per cent of circulationooIMO Total J2CJ5I1 u7 LIAIIILIIIES Capital stock I 60000 Surplus fund 10000 Undivided profits lets expenses and taies paid nM nra 1312 National Rank Notes outstanding SlOOJ Due to other National Dank 2919 II Due to State flanks and Dankfrs 21 Individual deposita subject o check 128811 Dehiand certificate of deposit 12000 Fund to pay losses 4000 00 Liabilities other than those above staled 36923 00 Total J2C98I1 63 STATE OF KENTUCKY Counl of Lincoln I John J McRoberts cashier of above named Hank do solemnly swear that the above state meat Is true to tho best of my knowledge and lief JOHN J McROUERTS Cashier of PiSubscribed Feb 1JOl and styrIdUl titlIlTNh1 LCy- J K S T KAURIS Directors S K IUVUIIUAX Ho 31S2 1ti PORT OF Tin CONDITION OF Till Lincoln County National Bant OF STANFORD KY At the closoof lluslnras Feb 8th IlBSOUllCES mans and 1IounlIS2IO 29 O frdrafU secured and unsecured 13ll 92 U S Honda to secureclrculatlon 100000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 22W 35 Stocks securities etc 9900 00 Ilanklag house furniture and fixture 4000 00 Due from National Uanks not Reserve Agents 8233 43 Due from State Hanks and Bankers 39 Due from nvproTe1 reserve agents 67183 07 Internal Ilevenuo stamps 323 00 Checks and other cash Items 1992 Notes of other National flank 3000 00 Fractional paper currency nlckle a- nticentss159 79 lawful Money Reserve In lank via Specie J17943 0- 0lgalltndcrnolaN19ooo 36913 00 Redemption from U q Treasi percent clrculatlonN 5000 00 Total I3387IJ LIAHILITIES Capital stock pats lallOOOOO 00 Surplustund 2430 00 Undivided profits less expcnsesand es paid liMU National tank Notes outstanding 99200 Due to other National Uanks 12724 67 Due to State hanks and Uankers 712 39 Individual deposita subject to check 217WW 47 Totalt133878 79 1CountI e stare named Hank do solemnly awear that Ihe above statement true to the best trniv knowledge lad belief v i J U OWSLEY Cashier SubicrtllCll and sworn to before me this 21st day- of Feb J J McItUIJEltTd N I L C- oCOKBocrII + t y 11ii x a J N UKKKFkK 6 1 A Pe Bruce H C Bright BRUCE BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY to Wo extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us Then In Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in Central Kentucky All Bought For Cash in Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too It D Bruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleased to ace his friends at all times Ike G Adler has charge of our Harness Department whlcb is an assurance you can buy the Best Viand Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respectfully BRIGHTff f f Jla c JJIftet 1r New G00d1Iftc Z2lil Are Now Coming In DailyitQJgets r e Clothing n Ui61 fa x jfi Furnishing Goods cy a i XI toeTrunks Suit Cases Mclntoshes f Ladies Gents and l9 L c iqri r PICalldfJrIiitII x H J MCROBERTS f J sytt= te k ls tfi o 4eetIIfroil t f iIl itt 4 V1tvt4iY ifa iCeS4 1 NEW GOODS ROLLING IN I We have just opened some nice things in the way of Table Damask Hemstitch Tray Cloths Napkins Towels Etc Come and see a big bargain we are offering in half bleach Table Damask 2 yards wide atSOc Nice huck towels 12 l2c JOHN P JONES Ky iSCr iuC1TrTxt C17rTiSL1I117 CiDb7 1tJ rL 1216 iS 1Wo Have Just Placed on Sale Ten Dozen Stanford fp y canm Lady ii COrsets They fit Jorfecily because each rtlo 1 h8 designed from a living to suit exactly a particular kind of figure EXCELLENTLY because owing to their splendid r fitting qualities tho strain on the garment is greatly lessened und lor the reason that the materials used in their construction are the best of each kind obtainable i One Dollar to Live Dollars a Pair f SEVERANCEOpposite Court House SONSm t i1 Aa 3 PRICE SurgeonI Ky OfflcsOTW OwaleyDundmg 3 BRUCE STILL Fine Stanford men model 1WEAR TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN byUOliver Chilled Plow as the Decrlng Hinder Is superior to tho cradle W O COWAN J 8 OOODE 8k M OWENS a wo Lj THEINTERIORJOIM 3vob11ahcLXU Say end S x dla- 1 PER YEAR CASH sifts When not sopildfflaOO will becbafled Entered n Me post ofce at Stanford a teondclatt natte- rPoetical Wanderings JOK NEWLAND While wintry Waits blow tierce anti cold these mountain aides AndnatureturnatbewheelsoftimeTo As oer the earth he morn with And learn a freeilnt track I lit and tblnki lint o health And I get back Mid bluing tint and snowcapped hllli This little hamlet stsnds And does III part In natures tullli Although so few IU hands I wonder If as time rolls on And arise and fall TbisplarowillgroworbackwardgoTo Now memory It seems to me Is likened to a ball On which erents In life are wound So that we may recall A place or time a or grief That make our lives so sad Or Joy us the use may be The wont Is not so lad The beautiful Is on the ground And mates a seen sublime The towering cliffs the vine clsd bills They look as If a crime Commuted by them In the put Ualnit nature and her lode Drought Tengtsnce In the form of snow Oer paths that nature trod On man a blessing Is bestowed By nilure In her wrath flelIb happiness the snow brings forth And places In our path Ye snowcapped hills Ye moss grown rocks Ye rippling brook below Oh I clap your hands with me In joy For this most welcome snow The wildcat hunts his wintry home Oh hear his mournful cry The ntzhl birds scream as If alone Theyre left to stares and die The lowing of the cattle drowns The rambling of the csrs Nlght draws her sable curtain down And pins It with the stars rWAYNESBURG I thought few a Items from this metropolis of Lincoln county might Into eat your readers Candidates are with us almost dally and they all claim their prospects are brleht Mr Alexander Andrew of Centr Iowa U here prospecting with a view of buying a farm Our land agent J H Dalpb 831S real estate Is advancing every day and his sales are many We have many new buildings and several contemplate building It D Padgett bas added a now addition to his dwelling and built a new hart Dutch Gooch has b gun workon a bls house In the South end of the tovrnan later on will likely build a barn Mr H H Singleton has completed and moved Into his commodious dwel log Mr Bonta of Burgln was here last week Inspecting staves Josepl Sexton of Dayton was here last week looking up a land trade Mr Bryant is starting oil with his singing class with fair prospects of success We learn that it is being circulate in the West End of the county that our superintendent Garland Singleton will not run well In this end of the county In answer to this we wish to say we do not know of a man in Waj ncaburg magisterial district that will r pollNovemberSuccess to the old reliableGUESS Wno MIDDLEBURG Grant Elliott one of the cleverest republicans in the county and a candl date for sheriff was here Friday look Ing after his Interest Since we are to have a republican sheriff anyway dem ocrata are glad to know that Grant Is having comparatively a walkover the nomination forI Dr J M Haney tolls us that pneu monlaand grip are aballcg somewhat He says there is not near so asa week ago He and Dr have been kept busy for the lastVesleyI weeke attending calls and they have not been nble to attend then all We hope the worst Is over W T Coulters hogs aro dying with cholera W T Dye sold to W R Delk a 430pound hog at 4o J C Coulter has bought of J S Coulter hU stock of hay and Jim will move to town In a few days Col H H MoAnlnch has bought the Mack Wheat farm near Mt Salem of his son in law John Wesley Mr Wesleys health has be come bad and be has decided to quit farmingDEAFNFS3CANOs CURED by local application ns they cannot reach the dis eased portion of the ui Tbere Is only ono way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional reme dies Oeafnos Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining ol tne Kustacklan Tube When this tube u Inft med you hare a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed deafness Is re unless the InHim mlon can be taken out anithis tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nineearesout of ten are caused by tarrn which Is nothing but an Inflsmmed condl lion of the mucous surfaces Wwilt giro one hundred dollars for case of dufnerluuaed by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CH UN E A CD Toledo O Sold by Drugg its HairaKsiiilly Pills are the heal Excursion to Washington D C for presidential inauguration ceremonies via Queen Crescent Route March 4 1001 Fare one way for round trip from nil stations on Q C Tickets on sale March 12 and 3 good to return until March Dili Lower rates are made for parties of 25 or more of organized mill tary companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q S C ticket agent who will give you further Information if desired or address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O The Registrar General of National Society ol toe Daughters of the Amend can Revolution olllclally reports that during the last three years 12759 wo men have become daughters but what tbo e who hold with Pope that the proper study of mankind Is man want to know is how many of those same daughters became mothers Louisville Times j What most people want is something mild and gentle whoa in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets all the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflerJt For I i sale by Craig dc Hooker Druggists d KINGSVILLE Logan Walls has built a new residence adjoining his mothers Klngsvllle is thinking of having Ite streets zed houses numbered Sam Flint deaf and dumb is grit lag over the loss of e5 which ho tblnks was stolen Joe Johnson of color our only dar key is recovering from a severe ness Well call it grip Dr Allen failed to Oil his last ap polntment at the Christian church ow to Wo learn that ho bas about recovered and will preach next Sunday if possible Mrs James Robinson is slowly 1m proving Mr Robinson Is suflcrlt from grip Edmond Murphy Is said to be Improving John Johnson is vet with pneumonia Miss Annie McKee is teaching a subscription school She has quite a number of pupils and deservedly for she Is noted as an excellent teacher and for- man v noble qualities which make ber so lovable Just her presence we should think would have a load Influence over her school We rcpeat that the Christian church has reason to be proud of its splendid preacher and would add that our town has reason to be proud indeed of Its teacher Mraod Mrs Glass of Danvill were the quests of Dr and Mrs J V Anton and other relatives hero Mrs B C Pennybacker visited her daugl ter Mrs D P Dlneon and family at Somerset recently Mrs Laura Dot bam and her two boys of Somerset visited friends and relatives hero la8t week Mrs G W Ball returned to her home In Lexington Mrs Robecc McCarty of Willlamsburg to expecte soon to make her home with her sot T M McCarty and children Dr J L McCarty of Harrodaburg Is heron a visit to relatives Dr McCarty Is about to enlist in the army as surgeon dentist C M Pennybacker and Jobn D Potts railroad officials of Lexlnc ton were hero last week S C Carter of Frankfort formerly depot agon hero was the pleasant guest of bls grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Pearls and other relatives hero last Sunda Another railroad official Mack Williams of Burgln was down to tee bill many friends last Sunday Mr Bnd Mrs W R Cundlff paid a flying visit to Norwood last week E W Crclgh ton and brother J E Crelghton Vent to Somerset Tuesday on business Tue co Waters of Hallsboro N C has re turned home to attend the trial of Thomas Lee for killing his brother Tecumseb on Christmas day A lame shoulder Is usually canoed b9 rheumatism of the muscles and may Le cured by a few applications of rhamber atns Pajn Balm For ale by Craig i locker DruggliU IThe estate of Collie Hnntlngto bas just paid 700000 Inheritance tax IEAKIESS oc MEN AND WOMEN Could mread the hurts of every man we meet what a load ot sorrow and despair- woald be disclosed Indiscretion Blood Diseases have caused more physical and mental wrecks than all other Cannes combined They strike at the foundation of manhood they aap the vital undumlne the system and not only do they often disrupt the family circle but they may eves their poisonous lines into the next generation you hue been a victim of early sinful habits remember the seed la sown and sooner or later you will a harvest If your blood has been diseased from any cause do not risk a return later on Our New MethodTreatment will positively cure you and yon need never fear any return of the disease We will give yon a guarantee bond to that effect We would warn you sincerely against the promiscuous ose of mercury which does not cure blood poison but simply suppresses the symptoms WE CURE OR NO PAY Dont Let your LIU be Drained Away which weakens the Intellect as well as the CorInatural Losses Purify the blood Strength en the Nerves Restore Vitality and make a man of you If yonare In trouble call and consult ns Consultation Is Free We treat and cure Drama mood Diseases ricocele Stricture Unnatural Discharges Beet Kidney and madder Disease No cutting or No detention from business Everything confidential CO- nsultation Free Books Free Question Blank Ftee for Home Treatment DRS- KENNEDYS KERGAN S28 Walnut Street CINCINNATI OHIO County Judge- JD SWOPE JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For Sheriff- T J HILL- J M CARTER Sr M S BAUGHMAN GEO S CARPENTER- G C BAKER For Jailer DINK FARMER GEO A EUBANKS GEORGE W DeBORD- E D KENNEDY- W HERRIN- J H RAINES JOHN C PEPPLES For Assessor CHARLES L CROW GUS McCORMACK THALES H WRIGHT WM LANDGRAF SAMUEL M OWENS JOE T EMBRY- M G REYNOLDS CHARLES L DAWES For Representative ANDREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH School Superintendent MISS ANNIE McKINNEY GARLAND SINGLETON Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLARD Drs SlavinS Phillips OSTEOFATHISTS Will bt In Danville Mondays Wednndsysj and Fridays Vlll W In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and SaLe Unisys Office In the Iennlntton Building Stanford Of lea hours 9 to 12s to r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr of Klnitllle Mo depends on the rlociplesofAnatomyand Physiology fur Its re It no faith no drug no rubbin- gpoaurgtaloperatlornsadclaims nlng super iaturalatecpslhyviews are machine of so man arts lea keynote sdjua men When all part ale properly adjusted and not overworked health a tbo result Some of the diseases treated by urn Kerrou rostratlon Headaches Neuralgia Itheumatlsm latarrb Weak Eyes Oranulated Lids 101 Ire tract and Lung please Constipation JIles Oall Stones Enlarged Prostrate all Stomach sod Intestinal troubles Diseases of Bonn and tlol1 KtltTJolnU a anllrlaluwnllnenceolUrine LocomolorAtax ConsulUUo rce TWO FARMS FOR SALt Raving decided to ebsogem Toratlon I wUl llprl ately my farm on which I Ilse 34 of a fuUe Crab Orchid Ky This farm Is one land In goodetsteofeultlntionlMiaeresof riper bottOIU lend that corn land sluice 80 acres Is upland sod well adapted to corn whut blue grass and all other crops A brick welling of 8 rooms and cellar a well of splendid ewtone water at the door two good tenement ouses new barn and all necessary outbuildings with plenty of fruit and an bundroc tock wa er make this the most desirable farm In his end of the county Also a hrraofaboui 100 acres 4 mile from Crab Irchard KT on I inciuter street opposite the fa bus Crab Orehsnl Springs All In grass with a irge stock barn and an abundance ol water with neoftbe flout building sites the neighbor hood Also a nice cottage In Stanford Ky rstreet with cistern garden Aaattached- orfurlheeparteulan cell on or I It II Crb Urchard Ky 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 See our centre table loaded with 25O SHOES AT 50C PAIR Mens Shoes worlh up to foOO going at7bc a pair Entire stock of underwear to close at 25 percent off Calicoes 4c Ole Brown Cotton 6c Ginghams 5c Ask to see our mens shirts at half price 151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 Arbuckles Coffee 12Jc not more than worth of and cofleo at this price This merchants scheme to advertise This sale is for is an honest cnt and not a cash only No goods taken back but will exchange when necessary Many goods in title sale not mentioned in above for want of room must reduce our stock in tho next 30 days to make room for spring goods Watch For The Next Ten Days Sale l In order to make room forSpring Stock we will make A FEW SPECIAL OFFERS I t Wens Corduroy pants worth g3 now 1135 Mens Lest quality Alpine Hats worth f2 now 74c Mens underwear CO cents now 23 cents Mens One suits worth 760 now 1348 Boyss Caps worlh 50 cents now 10 cents Mens Ono pants worth 150 now 69 cents Jeans pants at 48q calicoes at 4 cents A lot of tine kid gloves that are worth 100 and II 50 now at 48c Como and s o for yourself for this sale will last but 10 days The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank PIANO FOR SALE A Fine Upright Cabinet Grand Tlano at a bargain Apply at this once Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable residence of ten rooms with all necessary outbuildings Including Ico houso and stablo with attached The Is centrally located prollertv clvin at once I IIuItonvllle FOR SALE A Chance of A Life Time I Entire Stock ot General Merchandise Store House and Lot For Sale or willsell my stock rand rent store house and lot Itrst stand In Lincoln Go I V STEELE llcaroiiviLue KY NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BURKE S TPrors JUNCTION I CITY KY PintClam Turnout nt Ueiwonuble Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Salo P EACltEIlSVILLE INSTITUTE IllEACHKRSVILLK KY The flmt session of this school will open Jan 1001 Our course of study Ua complete os tbttt found In the ordinary high Inctudlnkluhen rden Itarten In the primary department The common school lIIgher Iatbo mattes Bclencw Languages and the Illble Ior further particular address J u SIcKic Principal Jc+ MCCbM1X UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEILTAXES DSULKU IX Furniture Malthigt Ituge And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY To Toe Democrats of Lincoln County At a meeting ot tho Democratic County Committee held In Stanford Ky on Mon day Jan H 1001 tho following resolution were adopted ordering n primary election to bo held on Saturday tho day of March 1POI to nominate democratic candi date for county offices to bo votol for at the ovemberelctlon1001l- teOLVODlet That a primary election bo held In the various voting precinct In Lincoln county on Saturday the loth day of Starch next between the bourn of B a m and 4pm for thn purpose of nominating candidates for tho following ofllccs to bit voted for nt the regular November election 1001 to wit Couuty Judge County Clerk County Attorney HlicrllT Jailer County Superintendent of Schools County Surveyor AnsoMOr for the Coroner Jtistlcnof tho Icace and Constable In each of the four magisterial districts of Lincoln county KrsoiVKn 2d That each person desiring to become a candidate at wild election for any of the oIllccH hereinbefore named shall on or before 13 oclock noon on tho 1st day of March 1001 notify the Chairman of tho County Committee of his Intention to become a candidate and pay to the Treasurer of this committee the full amount of the assessment required of each candidate to defray the necessary and and proper expenses of said prima ryelection R VED 3d That at soul primary election aUnerMi possessing the neceuary legal lIulfication of voters tem are demo crat and will in honor bound to sup the nominees thereof without reference anlquesfionsabout which democrats hav- edicred in or national politics are invited are expected and are titled lovoteinsaid primary election RRSOIiVED th all minor mho are democrats mid who will become of age before the November election 1301 and propose to support the nominees thereof are entitled to vote in avid primary election KCSOLVKII fith That each candidate for tho following oftlccs ahull pay tho following amounts In order to havo hla name printed upon the ballots and to bo voted for at said elections County Judge 810 00 Sheriff 85 00 County Attorney 40 00 OountyOIork 40 00 Tounty Superintendent schools 40 00 8808sor 20 00 Taller IS 00 Representative for tho County S 00 UESOLVED Otb That said primary election shall be held under end conducted In strict tccordauco with tho laws of this Commonwealth regulating and controlling tho conduct of primary elections W S nuncn R 0 WAUIIIN Secretary Chairman 000000000000000000000000000000000NEW 0 C e 0 having told a half interest In my buggy and Implement under business to 0 Mr A M Iencethe now lumlnew be 0 0thoGrist uauio of 0- cMsov PEJGE 0 Wo will keep In stock at nil times a handsome 1no or Qai BUggiBSaarriagBs Harness l0 o Also Farming Implement In aJtlllton we wit handle all kinds of 0 0grain OorntOatl Hay etc Hoping you will favor the now 0 your patronage 1 remain lUspt Yours CARSON 0 WA 0 000000000000000000000000000000000 booooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooo e 00 g CHINN FRYE4- Brokers g- g g o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky g O o Stocks Bonds Cotton Graino Provisions and Investment o- o Securities Bought and Sold o 0- o o 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o g executed 5 O Bank and Commercial References Long Distance Telephone 510 0 0 1iIJust Received I e A WELL ASSORTED STOCK S OF HAMBURG EDGINGS W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky New Goods New Firm I And Every Day U Bargain Day Where You Find J Everything Perfectly Fres And you have nNIcc New Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Oall and ice ui 4 IW W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Streetf i We have a Full Line ofILedgers Journals f Day and Cash Books 4TFor tho Ncw Year Good Uoodsjal Low Prices Pennys Drug StoreTELEPHONE N0- 21tiN7ti1tiN111N1tifL 1 NM11LK The soutnem mutual investment Go- OF LEXINGTON KYwINSURANCE REVERSES I Wo pity while you liveOhl Companies pay when you die Which do you prefer Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus 00000 Paid in Maturities in September further particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G Aus tin Special Agent Bradfordsvillo ICyI Stanford Female College STANFORD KY e Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding DepartmentrWrite for Catalogueto MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres GRAY MARE STOLEN I An Iron Gray Mare yours old title spring was stolon from my place She is about IS hands and bus splint on tight leg Bridle and saddle were stolen OW VERMILLION Danville Ky bw CATTLE LOST I A dark brown twoy nrotd steer loft tho IIICKlnn farm In tho Kast End of Lincoln mind a light red two vearold stior left tine- S W QiTcns farm Reward for lnlormastlon leading to their recovery- T W K1NNEY Junction Olty Ky