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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL f rVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1901 9 A M NO 102 11 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wlro of G W Miller of Somcr tot li dead of grip Robert Langford onoof Rookcaatlos oldest citizen died last week Ring Kcatoreoo found 100 In gold In tbo hollow of a tree near Cumberland Gap The roeldoncu of Griff Scott candl i djilo for sheriff of Jessamine was burned Lose 12000 Walter Scott Itttlo of Chief of PollcoO O Gilllsplo of Somerset died last week of confluent variola E B Gregg was appointed poitmas ter at Valley Oak Pulailcl county and N J Howard at Pass hell county Joo and Julia Duncan charged with killing Surgonor and Marvin at Jail co woro dismissed Selfdefonio wee tbo plea William Thompson was ibot and killed near Loulea by Richard Vloion Jr They had boon In troublo before Vlason li la custody In toeing a maul at hit brother to- catch ufo Bennlngton a 10 yearold Marlon county boy broke a blood vcs eel and died tbo following day WG Cram of Wllllanmown has been elected to represent Centro JCol loge in the Intorcolleulato oratorical contest to bo bold In Lexington In AprilT Wyatt tho defeated candidate r for county judge In the rnccnt Knox county republican primary will con fen tbo nomination of James S Miller hit tucccMful opponent Judge R L Wllmoro brother af Col W J Wllmoro dropped dead of appo plexy at Nloholaivlllo Uo was 01 year old and had been In the employ of the 1 Government for several care Burglars blew open the safe of M T Crawford at South Somerset end got 1250 Bloodhounds tracked them at far ae the railroad by which they art kuppo cd to have escaped on a Florida trainJohn I King postmaster of Burgln died Saturday night of pneumonia af tor five days Illness Petition asking 0for the appointment of Mr King daughter who was really the acting j postmaster are In circulation John Weaver charged with break log Into tbo L N depot at Farrltton I was convicted al London and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years At thus term of the court Weaver was aUo given a twoyear sentence for stealing a horse In addition to John Weaver for house breaking and horse stealing Judge Tinsloy sentenced at London Marlou Hall convicted of striking John Wai fogle for lo years and Henry Wit hoyt convicted of the killing of Pleas Vaughan for four year he L A railroad extension from Iant to Millers Creek Is about Corn and It Is said a Chicago syndl sate will shortly begin the cottructlon of a narrow guagd road from the latter point Into the rich mineral and timber lands several miles further on Circuit Judo Patterson at Lebanon set aside the judgment In favor of tbo Boyle National Hank of Danville t against Dr Dewitt U Tucker and wife for 120000 rthlch was rendered at a former terra of the Marlon nlrcuil court and granted a now trial The de fendants alleged fraud and usury Four Bell county preacher want of Ace They aro Revs John Green and J L Childers Methodist preachers who are candidates for county judge and Revs John M Carroll and II G Miracle Baptist preachers who wan to bo assessor and jailer respectively Preaching evidently doesnt pay up In Dell Sheriff J I1 Mannorlng of nell county was arrested at Lexington for releasing Frank Cowan a lunatic on tho street aud jailed When Hupt Redwlno informed him that ho could take no more patients ho swore that hat t would waste no more money on Cowan Thereupon ho turned him loose and thereby got himself In serious trouble I hobbled Into Mr Blackiuons drugstore one evening eays Wcsly Nelson of Hamilton 0amI ho asktd me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which suffered far a long time I told him I had no faith In any medicine as they all failed HoBald Well If Chamber Iains Ialn Balm does not help you you need not pay for it I took a bottle of It homo and used It according to the direc lions and In one week I WAS cured and have not since been troubled with rheu matism Sold by Crag Hocker Drug gists I Excursion to Washington D C for presidential Inaujturatlon ceremonies via Queen Crescent Route March 4 1001 Faro one way for round trip from all stations on Q C Tickets on sale March 1 2 and 3 good to return Until March Oth Lower rates are made for of 25 or moro of organized mill tury companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q C ticket agent r who will give you further information If desired or address W U Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O s I A lame shoulder IB usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig l locker Druggists 41ft IL LANCASTER Corn Is selling In some localities at 12 23 per barrel Ono of the ministerial staff Is a vie tim of the pink eye Communion services wero observed Sunday morning at the Methodist church Mrs Banks Hudson entertained tho Young Married Folks Club at their lat meeting Thu Social and Industrial Circle will convene this afternoon with Mrs Sam uol Uasolden Tho Crokinolc Club will bold lie next mooting with Mrs J W Sweeney on Lexington Avenue The Sock Social given Friday night by tbo Baptists at the parsonage netted the neat sum of 820 Mr Mort Scott daughter of the later Johu Will Poor has boon danger ously til at the homo of a relative near Bryantsvlllo Rev II E Water of Illinois and of the Theological Seminary Danville preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning The collection for foreign missions will be solicited next Sunday March 1 at the Christian church tlOO Is tho ap portionment expected from the Lao caster congregation Dr G W Young the noted temperance lecturer and Hold agent of the in terdenominational temperance work of tbo State addressed a largo union meeting at tho Methodist church Sunday night Mr and Mrs A M Klnnalrd alien several weeks visit left for Middles bore and Cumberland Gap Mrs Donald McDonald of Danvlllo has been with her parents Mr and Mrs W II Klnnalrd The Baptists at Paint Licit this county have bought them a lot near the church and will at once commence tbo erection of a parsonage Their preacher Rqv Shepherd of Louisville will become a resident pastor Mr John Simpson of the Marksbury locality struck his foot while culllnjj wood and made a painful and serious wound He Is another ono of Iho many who have had considerable suffering and danger to follow seemingly slight cuts and bruises Miss Nannie Slier daughter of Mr and Mrs Slier died at her home In this city Friday ol 2 P M and the in torment took place Saturday afternoon at Prcacbersvlllu She was 17 years of age and u severe case of measles combined with a heavy cold brought about her demise Mrs II N Faulconcr of Hlllsboro 0 Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W D Mason James Rico Drown of Chicago and Mrs J A Royston of this placo have gooo to Mlddlosboro to visit Mrs 0 Park Muse Lena Bright has been qulto for a week Mr and MM George Evans have been victims of the prevailing disease grip Miss Laura Smith It lmprovlng after a re lapseA banking firm was organized Satur day at Paint Lick with Ernest Woods as president and Mr Flab Sr of Mad lean vico president They have chosen a board of directors and have a capital of 18000 A lot has boon bought and a bank building 20x40 will bo erected at once The organizer Is a Mr Smith of Madlsonvlllo who took stock to tho fullest amount allowed 82600 and bas lately established eight hanks A republican rally was beld Friday at Buckeyes the batnor republican pre duct of the county at which several oxStalo olllclals wore present Gov W O Bradley was the cblof orator of the occasion and Indulged In more than his usual amount of oratory The nomination of u magistrate for that district at the resignation of Squlro R A Noel was the object of the meeting Nothing definite In regard to their can dldato has been made publlj The recent marriage of Miss Fannie Sprats daughter of Henry Spratt and Richard Brown was the leading social event of the Palnl Lick section The bride was attired ID wblto organdie and the contracting couple stood under an evergreen arch the ceremony being pronounced by Rev Shepherd of Lou Isvlllo Charles Spratt and Miss Jen ole Klnnalrd acted as attendant and maid of honor Miss Eliza Lusk organist G Overman cornetlst Ed Hurst and Finley Davis ushers A very bountiful bridal supper was spread and fully 75 guests did full justice to the tempting viands Mrs Nation herself In a letter in last Thursdays Courier Journal la the latest authority for the fact that she a native of Garrard Lincoln Doyle Garrard Clay and Woodford have all been reported as her native counties but the matter la now settled beyond dispute She was born at the old G Bright placo on the frying pan bend of Dix River and lived there till she was six years old Her father George Moore and mother a Mrs Caldwell widower and widow at the tlmo of marriage then moved near Danville whero they remained for a year or two Ono summer was spent at Huatonvlllo where 0 her father owned a saw mill and store Mr MOore then moved his family to Woodford and bought a large farm ad joining the Alexanders They remain ed In that section till Mrs Nation was a goodsized girl and this closes the Kentucky portion of bar history Her fathers first wife was a Miss Boner of the Uryanisvlllc vicinity and of the four children of this marriage two wore taken by Mr Moore and the two younger remained with tjlelr mothers family In Garrard one of wham Is still living T S Moore of this county Several Garrard families are mentioned In Mrs Nations letter tho Burdettcs Boners tbo late Jones Adams and oth ore Her mother was a M las Campbell of Mercer and the Campbells of the lower end oftbo county belong to this same relationship LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J H Thompson sold to S Morgan a bunch of hogs at 4c W M Uyslngcr sold a mule at Lao caster yesterday for 85 Mixed baled hay for sale J H Thompson Preacher vllle Dan Holmao sold to James I Hamil ton a combined horse at ISO Dr J B Owsloy bought of M F Craig a pair of mules for 8180 During the four days sale of Wood ard k Sbnoklln IJ33 horses wore dispos ed of for 80333 The Ellzabotbtown News says that the wheat prospect In Hardin Is the poorest In years Conrad Hlatt sold five steers at 20 LanjcasterSqulro Myers bought of C A Robin son ui Lancaster yesterday 10 Berk shire Ibollt8 at lie J W Scott living near Wllmorc HIM sold his farm of 73 acres to Chas Roister for 83175 cash Last year crop of cotton In Texas was of the value of 8100000000 or 850000 000 moro than Iowa corn crop was worthD Anderson has 01 ewes that have bad 102 lambs 02 of which are living He has two owes with three living lambs each Tho pair of carriage horecspurcbascd by Govenor Bcckbam from J B Bowles of Bardstown last week have been named Nelson and Davies Lutes Co told to D C Allen a load of hogs at 4c bought of J J Allen 10 extra good 050pound yearling cattle at 827 and of Isaac Hubbard 40 shouts 100 pounds average at 4o At the sale of the effects of J M Tu dor Saturday huge sold at 6tc mules 8C7 to 880 twoyearold steers 825year ling holfors814 fat cows 942 horses lao to 870 corn in the crib 82 The lifo of a mule In Africa Is of but six weeks duration and England ts sinking millions of money In their pur chase In Africa they are worth 8300 per head An agent of Great Britain II now purchasing 50000 head of horses and mules In Kansas and the fresh outbreak of hostilities will doubtless make an Increased demand It would there fore seem tho part of wisdom amoung our farmer friends to have these mar ketable goods ready for the market Ex LANCABTEK COURT Thoro were about 200 cattle on tho Lancaster mar ket yesterday over half of them changing hands The beet prlco was for a bunch of 700pound steer which brought 41c Price Bros bought 35 twoyearold steers at 82760 A J Thompson sold 10 twoyearold steers at 41e and 10 yearlings at 81050 Butcher stuff was quiet at 2 to 3o A large number of mules sold at 850 to 8120 James I Hamilton bought 10 horses at 820 to 880 To The VotersOf Lincoln County I have been sl iiseveral days and during the time my friends as I call them In this writing but really my enemies If I could let thorn to confess it have been trying to get me out of some ones way Ono of my oppo nents told over the county that be bad agreed to leave his and my race to two of my cousins which I say Is a black falsehood Not satisfied with that ho went to Mr Glvene sale and told the crowd I was off the track It being a Uo I want this published J H RAINES DANGER OF COLDS AND LaGIUPPE The greatest danger from colds and la grippe Is their resulting In pneumonia If resonnblo care Is used however and chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the lens of thousands who havo used this remedy for there diseases we havoyet to learn of a single caso having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it Is certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or attack of la grippe In loss time than any other treat ment It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Prof A G Murphy president of Lo Iran Female College at Rusaellvllle Is dead MATRIMONIAL It Is estimated that only one couple In 11600 live to celebrate their dia mond wedding Miss Mary Winter and Francis Schaub of Baltimore were married in an automobile going at 16 ratios an hourT F Dunne of Brooklyn has brought suit for divorce because his wife persists In letting the pug dog sleep with them H D Paynter claim agent of the Cumberland Valley Branch of the L N and Miss Mary Crooks of Salonce Hill will be married March 12thJohn A Dlsbon a widower of 20 celebrated Wathlngtons birthday by taking pretty Miss Mattle Kldd aged 17 to wire The ceremony was said at James Cummins While attending tbo burial of his wife aged 75 Leo Harrell 78 contracted pneumonia and died next day The grave was widened and the remains of Mr Harrell wore burled by tbo side of those of his wife Mr and Mrs EUsba Brown of near Haler town Ind were married 71 years ago Wednesday Brown Is 03 and his wife is two years younger Brown ts still In full possession of all his fac ulties and his wife Is halo and hearty Miss Myram Brooke Collins aged 20 hoe sued Col John F Tobias million aire 75 years old and almost dying from nervous paralysis a widower of 18 months of Philadelphia for 850000 for wounding her feelings her spirit and social standing in tailing to keep his promise to marry her DEDOE The following from the Washington Mlrrlor Is a remarkably exact pen plcturo of Kentuckys nlaflt Senator Possesses less ability than any man in the Senate of the United States Ha practically no knowledge of public affairs Was elected more by mere ace dent than otherwise Has few friends amoung public men but no companions lIe was unknown excep In his immeid ate neighborhood until a Republican Legislature In a Democrat Stato elec ted him to tbo Senate Durlug his tour years of service be has done nothing If be wero to servo another four years or 10 times four tho result would bo the lamo He seems to understand his mental limitation and does not pre sumo to be other than what he really is Few people know him and thoso who do not bavo no Interest In forming his acquaintance At the expiration of his term he will retire to private life and no moro will bo heard of him This will bo ai It should be- Low I Rates to Washington and New York On account of tho inauguration the Chesapeake Ohio will sell round trip tickets to Washington and Balti more at one fare for the round trip March let 2nd and 3rd good returning until March 8th The round trip from Lexington will bo814 65 A rate of ono cent per mllo will bo made for military organizations traveling In a body and in proper numbers This affords an opportunity to make a cheap trip to New York as the round trip from Washington to Now York is only 810 The C l O has two fast trains each way dally and the only line wltb thro sleepers Persons contemplating the trip are requested to send tbelc names at once for sleeper reservations Geo W Barney dlv pass agt Lexington The merchant who becomes horrified at a seemingly extra largo advertising hill would have a fit if be was present ed with a bill like any of the following IIA pago ad In one issue of tho Century magazine costs 8590 In Harpers the charge is 3400 and in other magazines from 800 to 8350 A yearly advertisement In one column of the Chicago Tribune costs 28500 for tho lowest and 886000 for the highest rate In the Now York World It la 846000 for the lowest and and 59000 for the highest priced col umn Advertisers who pay out money for publicity to tbo extent shown by the foregoing figures must find that it pays I I The latest census bulletin gives the population of Virginia as 1854184 an Increase in the last decade of 12 per cent Tho population of Richmond le 85050 an Increase of 45 per cent and that of Norfolk 40024 with Increase of 337 percent I Miss Via Lowis a young society woman of Findlay 0 died as the result ot an operation for tonsllitls The Bur goons Instrument slipped severing an artery and before the surgeon knew the result of his error she was In a dying condition What most people waut is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists Fredorlco Mora who served a term fn Singling prison for counterfeiting was captured while leading an army of Invasion against Costa Rica J v y = + + C t v == = = == tJJ NEW AND NOBBY tLJ i I m I mcif Just In cITPAYS TO TRADEATmJJ THE GLOBE 1Mhnl Tailoring Cleaning Pressing nod Repairing N 1 money back If youre not satisfied JYour iIHCH Successors to J L Frobman DanviIleJ= d = HftTSWo have just received a Large Assortment of Spring Hats Of The Very Newest Shapes Ana Shales A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for tho Newest Things CUMMINS McCLARY fie A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUC2Y 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 sand Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered i Bucket Pump And Wafer Purifier It ia tho simplest devicojfor raising water It Is the easiest to adjust to any well It is very durable It works easiest It will nut freeze It has none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford TAKE YOUR PRBSCRIP TIONS TO t Craig locker Stanford iF tFor Accuracy andLowPrICesr t i r srsLh1r 0 e d1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u E C WALTON WillLti we believe that ExPosttLas tel John L Boalcy was wrongfully con Tlotod and that ho had no Intention of defrauding tho government we aro sure but for the company ho select to keep early In life bo wquld never havo gotten Into trouble Not satlsQei to follow in the footsteps of his democrat lo father ho soon imagined bo know more than tho old gentleman and un der the tutllagu of the late Armstoad M Swopci became a republican- was He given one omen after another tlll finally he got the Paris postoffieo That wan the beginning of his undoing and It proved a wreck of hU former Had ho remained a dcmo Itprestigewould never have known the arrows that he has felt from false friends nor found how qulokly f those who smiled on him In fortunr frowned on him In adversity The boy who thinks that papas politics and religion aro good enough for me and accepts them will In ninetynine casos out ot a hundred follow the rllrht course and havo less of regrets and re worse than the one who prides himself on his ability to think for himself and r act accordingly SEVERAL months ago the Lexington Democrat printed an editorial settlng forth the advantages that would accrue to the capital of the blue grass as weU as to the neighboring towns by con necttng them with electric railroads and showing what an opening such an enterprise would be for capitalists for a profitable Investment The article awakened at once an interest In the matter which assumed definlto shape Saturday when a company was Incorporated with a capital of 30000 to build and equip lines to NIcholasvll Georgetown Richmond Versalll Paris Winchester and Midway Thc incorporators are such well knov business men and capitalists as D F leaFrazee M C Alford Judge F A Bul L Baker C J Bronston Doha Breckinrldge L G Cox John R Allen and others whose names are a guarantee that they will accompli what they put their bands to There are millions In the enterprise and it III a wonder it had not long ago been undertaken SOME comment is being Indulged In because John L Scott has been abseot from Frankfort since last fall since which time he has not been heard from During the GoobelTaylor contest he was one of the clerks and assistant attorney of the Taylor forces and U Is thought ho has Information of the con splracy that he doesnt wish to Impart to a grand jury The absence of reo publicans at this time should not bc commented on They should be treated like ExSuperintendent of Public Instruction Davidson who Is said to In parts unkdown and about whom 013 questions are asked TnE president has called tbe Sena Into extra session Immediately after its adjournment on the 4th This Is usual and no importance attaches to It It Is for the purpose of confirming the new cabinet which in the case will bc nearly If not entirely the old The Sen ate can do no other business without the concurrence of this House which will not be in session The extra session of Congress pretendedly to cot elder the Cuban constitution but In reality to pass the ship subsidy bill will It is said be called to convent two weeks later COMMISSIONER YERKES says he Is for A M J Cochran of Maysvllle for judge of the new Federal district but fears the wellestablished prece dent of caring for Congressmen who have been left out in the cold will Jlve the position to Pugh It would Indeed bo a shame upon the republican party If Pugh should be named He Is neither fitted by training nor learning for a judicial position In fact it is said that like necessity he knows no law or anything else much but peanut politics SENATOR PETTIOREWS political life a fast ebbing away but he making tbe most of It while It lasts in fjettlo even with the administration which a responsible for his defeat Saturday ho proposed an amendment to the army appropriation bill providing that the title of th president shall hereafter be the president of the so called republic of the United States and the emperor of the Islands of the sea- THE Ashland Dally News a republi can sheet bas joined the innumerable caravan of newspapers that have mov ed to the mysterious realm Como to think of it thero la very little reason for the average republican paper and many socalled democratic papers to exist and It Is a pity they do not follow suitMRS NATIONS urueude has already borne fruit in Kansas The LcgUla turn has passed and the governor sign ed a bill which makes places where liquor is sold common nuisances and allows the county ollicers to confiscate the Illegal stock So again docs good come out of apparent evil j The inaugural ball March 4th Is to t cost 13500 t TUB Lexington Herald has evolved a plan to promote Interest In the lives of Kentuckys dead statesmen by aeklng 200 representative citizens to state who In their opinions are the 12rreatest of those who have made the State famous for men of learning and broadness of views and genuine statesmanship The majority of those named Is to constitute the list and to the first student who names It or the nearest list to It tho Herald will give 810 In gold or books and to the second 15 In gold or books The contest Is open to tho students of every school In Kent and should there be more than one rent answer the one received first will be given tho prize As there is no coupon attachment by which the plper would hope to sell many extra coplos the scheme is not one for money make leg but solely for the purpose of cdu eating the rising generation In tbe achievements of our forefathers and creating Interest In tho history of our glorious State Students who wish to contest can write to Manager Dtsha Brccklnrldgo for further particulars A VIRGINIA youth one Arthur Ful Iler by name was convicted at Chatham if attempting to assault his swcetheartI who rejected his proposal of marriage tad lot old with eight years In the peQ tcntlarv after attempting to cscapc lunishment by attacking the girls character The dispatches say he belongs to a prominent family wblch makes tho affair all the worse Det tb In any form Is too good for a fiend who would take such means for 10 enge and In giving him a less punishment the Virginia jury has shown Ita ontcmpt for the law and its dlereuard 01 womans most sacred possession An Ignorant Negro guilty of such an of- fenec would have been given neither tbe right of trial by jury or the benefit of clergy An educated white maD should be shown oven less consideration i Tin 56th Congress has been an Important and a very expensive one It- has established the governments of Porto Rico and Hawaii Increased thc- army to 100000 men reapportioned thc embershtp of Congress and establl ed the permanent gold standard Its iproprlatlons reach 14572694 only a little over a hundred millions leBS than the war Congress The NI- caraguan and the war tax reduction bills are among the elnejaof omlsllt wltb millions of those of commission FEBRUARY makes up In holidays and lebrations what she lacks In numbcr of days We have had Marshall Lincoln and Washington celebrations and- tbere are still two days left of tbe month The dumber of legal holidays Is constantly increasing and if every statesman real and imaginary Is to be so honored the time may come when- tho days to work will be the exeJp- tlon A TRUST of trusts wltb a capital of 10000000 Is the latest to be chartered Its object is to financier trusts and- create a community of Interests A eminent trust will doubtless be that POLITICAL Seven applications are already on file at Washington for the Hong Kong consulate vacated by the death of Coo suI- WIIdmao in tbe City of Rio do JaneIro dleaeterIn weeks Joe Blackburn will be a Senator and Jim Kehoo will be a Congressman and Kentucky will bogln to look natural once moroCynthtao DemocratJoho Mitchell was elected United- States Senator by the Oregon Lctlela- ture at 1230 oclock Sunday morning The deadlock was broken by a combination of 35 Republicans and 11 Demo cratilGov Beckham named Mrs W Carotherd of Bardstown Mrs Emm Guy Cromwell of Frankfort Mr C W- Lewis of Shelbyvllle and W H- SprlJtg of Shcphordsvllle as commll- lsloners from Kentucky for tbo Dulfalo- PanAmerican Exposition McKinley Is going to allow the G A R to force his friend Henry Clay- Evans out of the pension bureau Ht will give Evans something equally as- good if not better but it ts all a IICll- ndalous piece of business and shows that McKinley has not tbe backbone of- Grover Cleveland ephen M White exUnited States- Senator for California temporary chairman of the National Democratic Coo- ventlon that nominated Cleveland In 88 and substitute chairman of the Chicago convention that nominated Bryan In IS96 Is dead at the comparatively early ago of 49 years In a speech denouncing bazlngdel- ivered in tho House Mr Hepburn said In affect that the habits of oppression formed by ofllcers of the army and- navy at their academies wore responsible For tho refusal of sailors to enlist and for the largo number of de8ertlonil- from the army- Tho prohibitionists have devised novel though futile function for March 4th the reading simultaneously in every- town in the United States In which problIthe occasion by Mr Wooley the Inil- tdefeated prohibition candidate for the Presidency Another feature will be a collection for the needs of the National Prohibition Committee I t One of the socalled democrats In Lhe Pennsylvania Legislature who helped in the election of Quay has Introduced a bill to prevent newspapers from commenting on acts affecting the reputu Lion of accused persons until the char- es against the latter shall have been finally determined The poor feUow seems to be In a bad fix The Senate Committee on Military Affairs favorbly reported a bill to Iay- Confederate soldiers for horses taken from them by the Federal soldiers after the surrender at Appomattox It Is cs tlmatcd that these claims amount to 200000 about 40000 of which Vollid go to citizens of Kentucky and ab ut 160000 to Tcnncssccans News comes from Wayne county that Samuel C Hardin who left the demo jratle party a year or so ago will be the republican nominee for county judge W R Cress formerly ol Roek castle will be the democratic nominee for that office and before ho gets thro with Mr HarJtn ho will make him wish ho had remained with the Ilart that had frequently honored him CHURCH MATTERS The Methodists report the baptism of 258 converts In Manila last week Bishop O O Morrison will dedlcatc thc new Lucinda B Helm Memorial Methodist church at Elizabeths May 12 1901 The Christian Church Orphans Home Executive Committee Is ralslnl in endowment fund Already 111000- hae been raised Rev Mr Sprlggs of tho Method Protestant church baptized 11 con eru In the Ohio river at Ashla rhllo the Ice floes were running Quarterly meeting for the Preacho vntc circuit will bo held at Bebroo church next Saturday nnd Sunday Communion services Sunday morning Rev J B Culpeppers meeting at- the Walnut Street Methodist church uulsvllle closed a few nights sine when 25 persons were received Into membership In that church Rev J R Deerlng presiding elder of the Danville district will preach at- the Methodist church Friday even at 7 oclock Services Saturday nt1030 A M and 7 P M Sacramental services Sunday Rev B A Carradlao the cancttfic tlon evangelist will hold meetings In icholasvlllo March 1427 and at Mil rsburg March 20 April 7 He base tgcrnents to August 4 no other bu- Ing in IentuckyIADDITIONAL LOCAL THE severest cold spell of the winter came near Its close The mercury wailI below the freezing point for days and went as low as 12 above zero Many people availed themselves of the opportunity to fill their leo houses LIVED AT HCSTONVILL In a letter written while she was In jail at Topeka Kansas and published tin th Curler Journal Mrs Carrie Nation of- saloon smashing fame says that In her- very early life she lived at Hustonvlll a fear or so Her father ran a store- there and had a saw mill near by Probably some of the older Inhabitan of the little West End city remember- the girl of those days who has made- sucb a rep in the last month or so VOTE FOR GOOD TRUSTEES A gen tlemao who favors the proposed graded scbool and who will vote for the tax hands us the following list of ISaturday who are willing to serve as trusteell and who if elected will do their duty at all times Dr W B ODannon Col W G Welch A Sine J H MoAllster Cicero Reynolds and George B Cooper They are all resentatlvc citizens who have the Interest of a good school at heart and will favor securing none but the best of teachers It Is very probable that tbe tax will be vote and It behooves every voter to help In electing a good- clean board of trustees We think the gentlemen suggested fill tbn bill With thr exception of one they all have children of school age they have no axes to rind and arc willing to give to the proposed graded school as much of their attention as may be necessary If there are any candidates for trustees ve- havc not board It and we trust there are not Such office should seek then THIS AND THAT H C Bright was elected to succeed C N Smith as secretary of the Dan- vllIe fair eorge Smith aged 75 died at bll- 1hOClenear Danville Sunday Ho was retlred carriage maker Thc smallpox hospital at Somerset burned The last patient had been dlschnrgcd a few hours before In Wayne county Shell Huffaker sbot and killed James Taylor after quarrel over a woman Both are col aredJ W Adams was fatally shot during a raid In a wholesale liquor house ut- Topeka Kiss The Rev P W Eraer son was also hurt but not seriously Thc Union and Bourbon Stock Yards at oulsvllle have been consolidated but other yards are to be opened to be known as the Central on the L ts N In South Louisville Therc were 500 cattle on tbo Winchester market yesterday No Orst- claiJe offered The best of the da was 41 for a nice lot of yearlings Sevunty hogs sold at 1160- Lum and George Holt two- younll men livlngatRockcastloSprlngs drank a quantity of mistaking Itfor alcohol After suf- ferlDI great agony both died Ila a i W1i W lYJII of J oJ I 1 r t1 7 l1 1lj IztYjtYiIY y V 1 1 itlM T 1 1It 1rrTf l 11 7t rfHundreds of customers have taken advantage of the Cut pt Price Sale on Winter Goods at i The LouisvilleStoreAs the weather continues cold we will treat our friends and customers to jA tJ Another Slaughter Sale this Week i 1LOur big line of new hamburgs laces and cottons that have just come in will be put in this big sale f Capes made to sell for 8160 go In thin sale at 48c 1 wNQii Capes made losell for lCO go In this sale at USe fCapcl Hindi to sell for 400 go In this salt at 1146- yl e made to soil for 1500 go In thin sale at Ul + Ladles Plush and Astrlchan Capes go In tale sale for lose than half price f Ladles Stylish Jackets to close out at half price ee 1w + We have 500 dozen of Genie 4 ply Linen Collars nil the latest styles worth 15c tOIka They will all go iu this great eels at 6c 11 I Extra good quality of 815 Kid gloves made of fine selected skins black and fLallthe loading fall shades special price for a short time 49c II 25c Wool Socks 10c l 50 dozen moos Irl wool socks never 1 known totull for lees thin 2Sc per pair during our acelal sale theyll go at lUc a pelt ylallies and Misses stainless fast black seamless worth lOc a pair 1JiJ dont miss this great bargain tit only School Shots 48c w Lace and button this shoe will cost 11 9 In any other store i Ladies 100 Waists 39c c Made of plain and polkadot French Z Flannel only 2 to each customer at 3c All brands of calicoes this week 10 t yards to each customer at 4Jc Vi JJ t1ttl- r ftt ti 1 t J ttf y1 t1sJqyfIFt r J v Vro k s i 7 1 Gi 1j 1j IZ X 7 1f X X I FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY tones and contttintly on hand and for tale at all time W Logan Wood Manager H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Farmers Roller Mills STAHF03D E7 MORRIS FILED Fiioriinoit I ilcslro to announce to the public that I im ready to do any and all kind of grind- Ing nod that I wIll at all time furnUh the best of Flour Moat Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At tho tarp lowest price and I solicit ft hare of your patronage promising to give ou thn very beAt results forget me but beu In mind nlway that I need your patronage MOICKI3 PJIFO Iror TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Ve hereby state that tho DUi Ilow sold by D 8 Carpenter Is Just far superior to thv Oliver at the Veering Hinder is uperlor to tho cradle W O COW AN J 8 loom8 M OwENs A S PRICE IDentist Stanford Ky Oflceot UcBobcrU bnt Store In the Owilcy Unlldlnc Painting Repairing randI am prepared to paint repair your buggy carriage or wagon InflntclaMitylo Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made now for very little money 3 QUEEH Stanford Ky R A JONES I DENTISTStanford Ky Office over lugging II McKlnnoys Stan Telephone No 4S Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be Darn lle Monday VeJnexliTil Frldayi Will be In Stanford TiiowUfi Thursday and Saturday Office In the IVnnlngton llulldlng Stanford Dee hours 9 to ti at1104 r OSTEOPATHY This Selfnee orlglmtnl sod developed 1y lIt on th prlncipleaofAnstotuyawl1byslolugy for it reo no rubbin- gaoaurgfaloeranonsandclafwe nine iui cr natural hteopathj slew man as a machine of mani III lt Who all part- areproperlyadlusleland not overworkEd braltt litlie result Some of the dlsouc treated ui Nervous Prostration Headache Neuralgia Itbeuniatlnni Catarrh Weak Granulated Lid Ooltre llrartUrer and Lung Illsesan Oonitlpatlon rile Hall 8tonef KnUrged froniate all titoui acb and Intestinal trouble 1110 lion and Joint IIplnllCnrnlUnt locatloniKliaJolnl Atax- la Female DlJeuc a specialty Consullation- FYee o Srn iZtftn S II roilQry a g- go wV clOrJim gC= D0Otl 12 M SaoyegoMpX goo Jt ii0 CSC pbC1acg A Few Good ReasonsWhy ShouldTrade With MeA ReasonsWhy And Will Save You Money i1I1uo100 Underwear 6lo K Mens line trlbbetl underwear brown tftj1J and blupclo8ing price 6o per suit theyN are worth 1100 A goo1 heavy suit of tray underwear for men clearance price tic per 11111l s Yard wide brown Cotton GoIluallty only 4Jc- anlwldolirotrn Cotton 7c nunlliv In this sale 4ie 00 Yard wide bleach rotten 4 Jc Ynrd Vide Wench Iualhywl rfreo of Hatch worth 81 thlweek Go t l t Mv 1 v J X iG l Mules U In M li or GOOD REASONS 1 y fcoauw carry the largest and mot va F 13 1 sled stock In this city IfecaiiM my prices are straight with all well Secondthey ImalncM No jockey price Third Because l understand my buInes and know where and what to buyr Fourth 1cin J pay spot cashand can almost live on my discounts i IJccaus I am exceedingly anxious to no Fifth cure the of the broad rnlnded ftefined people who can appreciate stand aid goods at hock llottom Prices TEEiS CASEI f f Furniture Carpets Mattings Wall Pa per Window Shades Rugs Etc W W Withers r STANFORD KY sometfiing New I IT LHARD After a good deal of iwrsuaslon I de Il tided to try the Popular Vailier and can truthfully yltl the Rreatcit Invention of the kind undo The price at lint Bromed high but after a trial I am con vlnced It is very cheap K J UROWX FOR SALE BY GEO H FARRIS 5 CO I jyIfflEg RRfE uSziwi1Ie Iy lice an Elegant fine of Now K1 CARPETS MATTING RUGS And the Greatest ifurtonvilieI 350ladies Shoes at Boys Shoed at 75c Former Price nw 0 50Cl500oJ Mens 300 and 500 Shoes at 150 r It will pay you to buy them whether you need them now or not W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest of Drugs and Sundries At Lowest Prices f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD KY1ISn 120 1001 ODll prescription work la uniurpass cil Try UI and bo convinced Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS J S OW8LKY Jit vjaa In Nushvlllo last week Mns W P WALTO t has been quite for a week CHAULK3 LUTES the stock trader It down with the grip Miss COKA JONES of Somerset visiting friends hero MRS OUSSIK PiiiLuiH who has been quite sick la convalescing J 0 MKHSHON wife and eons of Corblo were guests of relatives hero JOHN M BALE of Kansas City was visiting bll mother Mr Noodle Halo MIKB L OWSCKY Is at homo from the Tennessee University at Lebanon TonnMiss MAlt D KENNEDY of McKln I soy spout last week with Mill Clara Cooper Quit old friend Jako Reams ot Rock coailc la rejoicing over tho arrival of twin boys Mil J V AltNOLD aoalatant L N agent spent a portion of Sunday at Pitttburg CLELLAND EASTLAND of tho L S N ofllce Louisville spent Sunday with his parents hero FRIENDS of Dr Clifton Fowler are urging him to run for Magistrate lie would mako a good ono TilK Llterarr and Fancy Work Club i will meet with Mr J S Rico Thurs day afternoon at 2 oclock MK M J FAUKIB who has been connected with the Lexington Demo It at homo for a few days IBrat Mt Vernon Signal gays that Miss Via Anne Cook of the Scaffold y Cano section was found dead In bed GKOIUIK II DUNN spent Saturday In Loulivlllo IJo will likely travel for the American Grocery Co of that cityCC WILLIAMS ESQ the leading lawyer of the Mt Vcrnon bar Is hero to MO after nevoral cases la tno circuit court M C WILLIAMS of Stanford who e hae been ill for a week was with our merchant this weekMt Vernon Signal PllLBoDBN wellknown here fell while working on hit engine In Louis vlllo tho other day and knocked out several of his tenth Mica Lou PACICAKD and daughter MU Pbay of Independence Mo and f Mrs M D ilugbb of Lancaster wore guests fct Mr H J Mcltoboru SATURDAYS Courier Journal con tamed a splendid half tone cut of Mita Maydce Kagan Mira Annie Hullo Wood pretty MliiUilppI guest Miss ANNA GOVEH hat returned to r A lcr homo at Turneravllle after spend- IngS a week with Ira D O Cover on l Coinotry stroct Danvlllo Now F T AKNOLD of Carlisle who recently visited his brother Rev W E Arnold hero II only 41 and le the fath er of 11 children Nine of whom aro liv log PBAHL Rosin Edna and Dot tJMISSES Mitern W S Iluffman and O S William of attended tbo hop Friday nightL Mr A G MoitOAN secretary of the I Fayetto Investment Co Lexington was hero Friday and left the big nd Vcrtleomcnl vrhlchnppeura In another column MKSSUS DKAZLEYV MENEFEK thea I elocutionary contest manager have already received an entry for their Juno contest Tbo young lady lives at E ROUINSON of Lao FlemlnlburllI hero Sunday returning hili brother In Arizona Mr Robinson likes the West but la glad to get back to tho hamlet of La- uCasterL r Mil J D McKINNEY telephoned us yesterday that E D Kennedy tbo next Jailor la sick In bed with grip and If bo does not get bettor will have a card In Fridays paunr Tell tho boys to look out for It Miss MAHOAKET INOLKS has an nounced her candidacy for Stato Llba rlan Tho olllco la now held by Miss Paulino llardln who will also bo a can didate dIU Ingles was on the stump Dryant DUNN and Mr David Dunn of Garrard county are in Lexington callow hero by the Illness of their mother Mrs Mary Dunn who Is here on a visit to Mrs G n T Baker Lexington Democrat B II DANICB formerly of thIs place but now with Ledman tho Market street Louisville Jeweler Is making an onvlrablo reputation as a design originator and engraver of souvenir spoons Ho has had orders forhisOld Kentusky Homo Spoon from a dozen states I s MK GKOIUJE H BRDCE has accepted position as a traveling man for tho Arnold Shoo Company of Boston Ho will cover tho States of Tennessee Kentucky Indiana and Michigan Mr Bruce has not yet decided wbero ho will make his homo Ho will start on his Drat trip about March 10th Advo 1te Mil R B Woofs Is down with pneu wools Mrs Lena Wilson Montgomery sla ter of II T Wilson formerly of this place died In Louisville this week Ma AND MHS WILL SBVEUANCB entertained Mr and Mrs C E Tate at an elegant dinner a few evenings ago MRS J O CAHIENTEll loft yester day to join her husband In Phlladel phia whore ha Is attending a course of lectures M 88113 JOSEPH AND FOREST MC CLAn went to Mt Vernon this morn log to attend tbo burial of Mr J K McClary FELIX B TwiDWKLLof Hustonvllle has bought drug Btoro at Burnsldo and will tako possession at onco Wo commend him to the good people of that section Mil AND Mils W II MUHPHY ro turned Friday from a delightful bridal tour which embraced Now Orleans during tbo Mardi Gras festivities and other prominent points LOCALS PLENTY handmade harness at J C McClarya I WILL pay Go for turkeys and OJo for old hens P II Davis READ GeorgeFarris Se Gos ad vertisement It will Interest you FIFTY pieces nowSpring Gingham just placed on sale at Severance L Sons CUMMINS Yare receiving their spring stock of clothing It la immense DESiltAliLK residences and lots In Stanford for solo Apply to W P Walton WANTED Will Oicfor hens 0o for turkey Ole for ducks and 12o for eggs A B Florence Foil SALFA Bllckentdorfer type writer No5 In good order Mlts Llzzlo Bright Stanford ICy U HUSTONVILLI peoplo pre looking forward to tho minstrel performance In Dr KJ Alcorns Opera House March U NICE clover and timothy hay corn oat fee ready to feed and a wagon ready to deliver Give us a call Pence Canon NEW FlHM Peter traub Jr and Will T Stone bavo formed a partner chip to do all kinds of machinery re pairing and the like They aro both good machinists COL J P CIIANDIttt tells UI that lobo farm of the lato James Given on tbo Danvlllo pike was bought by G C Gl fens at 831 Tbo knob land be longing to the estate sold at 325 Foil SALE Second crop Irish seed potatoes seed sweet potatoes and Yellow Globe onion set John C Christ man gardener Stanford Ky DEATH Mreoi McGulTey aged 30 died yesterday at her homo near Highland of the grip Sbo was a daughter of the lato Squlro Kit Brown DlSCHAKOKD Evan Harris who was charged with shooting Dick Dunn In the eye was tried before Judgo Car ton Satardny and discharged the evi denco showing that tbo defendant shot In self defense THE hop at Waltons Opera House Friday night was delightfully pleasant and the belles and beaux of Stanford and several from surrounding towns tripped the light fantastic until a late hour IN our lint of candidates wllll be found the name of Mr James A Dud dorar ono of Stanfords substantial citizens who desires to servo the peo plo of this district as magistrate Ho is a good man TUB Warren IgebyChapter of tho United Daughters of the Confederacy aro requested to meet with MM J W Al orn Tuesday Fob O8t 230 P M The membership Is constantly growing and now roaches 40 Mn H F HILLENMEYEII proprietor of the old reliable Blue Grass Nurser ies again calls the attention of our pat rODS to his stock You cau order direct from him with the absolute guar anteo that everything will bo as rep resented GAVE DowJ L Bosloy former postmaster of Paris convicted In the United States district court of nmbo zlcmcnt has given bond in tbo sum of 11500 pending a motion for a now trial Judgo Evans has not yet passed sentence Tom law doesnt require that an nouncements In this paper bo paid for beforo tbo candidate who owes for it can have his name placed on tho bal lot but It would bo a mighty good rulo for those who have not liquidated for such to adopt Theres nothing like going Into a fight with all bridges burned and debts paid CONTINUED Tho cage e Feder al court against R G Hull of this SqfnersetBankingvilla Saturday and will bo tried in the Eastern Division court Mr Bails attorneys are Hon A E Willson of Louisville Vi A Morrow of Somer set and Samuel C Hardln of Monti cello A FEW days more of cold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J H BaJghraan fe Co I 1 AM now receiving my spring and summer goods which you are cordially invited to call and Inspect U C Rup leyeAtilt SUEmtJA L Carpenter of Uustunvlllo announces for sheriff in youngdemocrathas fought In democratic ranks for years He desire s that tho democrats consider his claims at the polls March HI TUB democrats of Garrard aro In fine fighting trim and aro confident of suc cess in November Tbo republicans aro worried at tbo good feeling existing since the ticket was named and they arc a blue looking lot The odd are about 10 to 1 that tho democrats will win overyoltlco- MCCLAItyJoh n K McClary died of paralysis at Mt Vernon yesterday afternoon aged about 05 Ho bad been a grout sufferer from rheumatism and bad not walked fur 15 years A son and daughter survive Mr McClary was a lawyer by profession and was master commissioner for many years FOUND DEAD bdames R Napier an aged citizen of tbo West End was found dead in bed yesterday morning Ua had not been that wo could as certain and his death was probably duo to heart trouble Ho was an old bath Danijiavlnga family to live with him A slater Mr Caldwell who lives In Pa ducah is his only near relative Tho old gentleman was quite eccentric and for tho lost 15 years has kept himself shut up In his homo rarely over going out of It lIe leaves a good little farm and considerable other property PREPARING FOK TUB PRIMARY Tho democratic county committee imt Saturday afternoon In response to the call of Chairman R C Warren with tbo following members present B W Given Jerry Brlscoc W S Burcb George D Weatherford by proxy W R Singleton Lllburn Gooch and T B Rest Mr Warren explained that tbo object of the meeting was to consider the manner of printing the ballot the arrangement of the names on It and other matters It was decided that the candidates for representative shall come first on the ballot to bo followed by those for county judge county clerk attorney sheriff jailer assessor su perintendent magistrate coroner surveyor and constable Tho ballot Is to be about the width of five columns of this paper tbo various offices to bo voted for aro to bo printed In black typo to be followed by the candidates names with a square opposite each and ono blank space after them There will be two seta of candidates in each column a black dash to run through tbo middle of the entire ballot Tim best of feeling seems to prevail among the candidates While the corn mittee was In session they met and unanimously agreed on a list of elec Lion officers to hold the primary and It was submitted to the commltteo which will doubtless approve and appoint ac cordingly Only ono list was submitted and when It was presented to tbo com mitten through lIon M F North each candidate expressed his cntiru satisfac tlon with It At tho suggestion of J M Carter It was agreed among the candidates that In ananglng the names of the candidates on the ballot the committee shall wrlto tbo name of each candidate for a given olllco on a slip of paper shako them up and lot a blind folded man draw tho first to bo placed first and so on down the list CIRCUIT COURT convened Ihort1yaf ter 0 oclock yesterday Tbo grand Dry was at onco qualified and sworn and Judgo Saulley delivered tbo usual charge couched In such language as to make the dry subject really Interest Ing There was nothing sensational but peculiar stress was laid upon the duty to Inquire Into the office of ovory man who handles any part of tho Stato funds and call him to a strict accountability Tbo jury Is as follows- L G Gooch foreman II G Cum mins W S Wlgham Henderson Baugh June H Reid W H Curtis Hugh Scargont Josiah Bishop G B Barnett Walker Rout S L Withers and A A Warren The petit jury Is as follows D S RIffe F M Yovroll George Edwards John Doyle John W Walllo E T Ponce Charles Scott J B Myels Wm Amen G A Peyton Emmett McCormack Bedell Chancellor David Newland H C Adams G A Pleas ants L U Stone J H Pro wilt Sam Rutherford B W Given James Me Guffey J U Owens W T Saunders 0 ApporsonTbo and others for trespass was dismissed and so was the ono against John Lunsford ThosNaylorfor the latter offense John McCor mocks case for carrying concealed weapons was dismissed James F andbatteryof carrying concealed weapons and unlawfulthaotberdlsmlseIn tbo afternoon Will Lovelace col ored was given 10 days In jail and fin ed 925 fop drawing a pistol on or in the presence ot Mrs Allco Haynes NOTICE After tho 28th of February I will sell goodStrictly for Cash perweekW P IWAI 3IIAV Turnemvllle Ky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamnntal Trees Shrubs Roes Grapes Small 1rult Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard lawn and Oar den lrlces rIght as wo pay no oStjnt but sell direct to tho plBnter nursery uppllcntlon1lionoSTO LAltlagtan ICy PRUl7jOSMOKELANDfKYA FurnitureAnd Under 5 N- oitee wfiREPORT OP THE CONDITION THE NATIONAL BANKIF HUSTONVILLE AT HUSTONVIUE In the State of Kentucky at the close of butiotti Febftb7i 90- 1RESOUitCES Loan and dhcounUIIG7 82 Overdraft secured and unsecured 301 43 U S Condi to secure circulation 12600 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 161 U Due Iron National Tanks not Reserve Agents r 18348 Due from State Dank and Bankeri 8403 IS Duo from approval reserve agent 16014 Cheeks and other euh Items 70 91 Internal Revenue Stamp UC Notes ot other Kationil Itank4380 00 Fractional paper currency nickel and cent 65 Lawful Money Reserve in Dank via Specie 99S5 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of clrculationI 625 00 Total 1s9ov9 53 LIABILITIES Capital stack paid in JV 000 00 Surplus fund 23000 00 Undivided profits less expenses ono laze pdd 3132 72 National Bank notes outstanding 1150000 Due to Slato flanks and Uankera 2071 73 Individual depoiiU lubject check 97301 Total JU9003M I J W llocker rubier of the above named flank do solemnly awear that the above statement It true to the beat of mr knowledge and belief J W HOCKKK Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day ol Feb U W Huxs N P L C KDWAKD Atronx II lluowN Pirectors OEuaoa L OnfRMEB SALE OF FARM C PERSONALTY I will otter at public silo oa Wednesday March 6 I9OI At 10 oclock at my place 1 miles from Huston vllle on the Huston and JoC Mill Turnpike one fouryearold combined mare one saddle horse 2 ffted wellbroke work inulw 2 good milk cows fresh with calf and t atrlpprrii 23 head calves stern and heifers brad ewe and lambs 3 good brood tow 100 bar rels corn In tons good clover hay In tern stack mallet hay bale clover hay 73 shock rodder IS shock sugar cane 2 large straw rick pounds flntclau Hurley tobacco ready fur market new Old Hickory 2horse wagon and old wagon t spring wagon superior wheat drill onebone bay h new Buckeye binder I new IlHrlolt mower iI harrow l new double A SOllterChlllea plows lot of wagon barrOj larn I and a lot or other articles too numerous to mention also household and kitchen furniture My farm consisting of IX acres of Und a portion of the old Carpenter places Is In a high stale of cultivation 70 acres fine com Und 23 acre In wheat and rest In grass It lor isle It not told I will rent same For further Information call on or address me at Hustonvllle Lincoln County Terms cash for all sums under amount and over 90 day notesNOMcDANIELt Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital hlockIt10009- 0SuuewrtoTheFarmenfank A Trust Compan and under same management ously for 29 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such business relations will prove minus ly beneficial and pleat Din CTOKS JJ William JOwlle Sr + JN Moncfet A W Carpenter W II Cummn J E Lynn S HShnnks J r Cue J n Owatcy OFFICEILi S H Shanks President J UOulehlerW Asst Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CftpiUl Stock 100000 Sarpli 917683 61 This Institution originally established aa the Dn pMlt Bank of Stanford in 1818 then reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford In IBM andagali oorganlzed uthe First National Rank of Stanford n 18S2 has had practically an uninterrupted exist nee for 41 years It la better supplied now Trill tacUIUes for transacting buslues promptly and I rally than ever before In long and honoiab career Accounts of Individuals flduclari and IndlvldaalisollcltodDIRICTOat FIrfM Lincoln Co JW UaydenStantw STHarrli flII Baughinari J Sliocker TP Hill WP Walton W A Trlbblt JUColllerCrabOrchd MJ Miller MtVernon M DElmore Stanford orc J S Hoe ere Praia nt J J McRoberti Cublt 3 1 iI1P11111111P11P11PIlPflPIIPIIPi1PIIPIIPIIP11P11111P11PIIP1 Pi1P11111P11PG JWrite To f I THE AmiT INVESTMENT CO 1 l = OF LEXINGTON KY 1= = And get a sample certificate of their new 3 E issue 3t A G MORGAN Secy 2 No3 W Short St1- 711IIIIIIIIIIIIII111111111111U1111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIU ii IIIIIIIIIC 4t 8 e e c otTi iatiAJvr 1 iiolrJfj JIl 1iI ro fI J 11 1 jU It t cf j New Goods A f ii cJiIUJ0 1re Now Coming In Daily gif Clothing Hats gfA it Furnishing GoodsIS alt- as Trunks Suit Cases Mclntoshes f4 Slickers Ladies Gents and 1exs1ChildrensIt tlt 0n Call and See Them 0 H J McROBERTS if1 18e ee e5 cit e see teka oco e q4lk la a Isis sk kg1 a f G It 9 i Ii Ii NEW GOODS STILL ROlliNG IN We have just opened some nice things in the way of i Fine Table Damask Hemstitch Tray ClothsY Napkins Towels Etc Come and see a big bargain we are offering- in half bleach Table Damask 2 yards wide at 50c Nice huck towels 1212cjJOHN P JONES Stanford Ky 11Ladies Suits j 1 to It us us fully money on A Co Paint la a guaranteed uorsca mules ullllcted Fistula Pallevll Hard Soft Greasy Heel c W R Mcltob SI It Uumllhrcv O M iCingsvllla A Caldwell Dry- U Jetor Mlddlcbnrg Cash R Turncnrille J U d have on display a large and cholet collection j of and will tako ure in submitting them your prlccs on f IrAskirl8 l t PLEASE YOU NO YOU Ladies Stylish toiTsoo Ladies Capes to order 5750 jss will be greatly to your advantage to call on at once and let explain how we cnn save you your spring order SEVERANCESONS ImOpposile Court House Ej i5YEt ADAMS FISTULA CURE byJ7WAdams Lick ICy sure cure for and Bwlnney Scratches Saddle hulls and Enlargements Distemper For sule by erts druggist Stanford Liberty Thompson RaynesburiDunn Droa antsvlllo Mo- Cluro Vanhook McKln any We FABRICS and FASHION PLATES pleasfor inspection Wo caDtf TO MATTET WHAT REQUIRE Suits toordesfioco Coats and MllledgovUlo- Oeo E R DILLEHA DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement ooW- rite For Prices p itJ v 7THE INTERIOR JOURNAL sbliahaTuigp au0Te sit lT 1 PER YEAR CASH When not IOpald1 2CO vill be ebaraed littered n the potlofflce at Stanford al eeendclau nailer NEWS NOTES The Lexington Elks have decided to hold a fair Aug 217 The saloon license at Lexington has been Increased to 8100 from 75 Five railroad section bands were rUD down and killed on a bridge at Sbaron PaThe rate to California every Tuesday out of Chicago la laO and large crowds are going Dennis Mulligan father of J H Mul exconsul general to Samoa died at LexlnjtonIMichael Pollnskl fell down a H foot shaft at Minneapolis Minn and escaped Injury A bill has been presented In the Mis sourl Legislature to declare Feb H ground bog day John Bourne of Frankfort 111 kill cd himself because his wife called him a stingy old thing The home of George James In Wood ford was burned and he and his four daughter were cremated Ten people were killed and several Injured in the wreck op the Peonsylv nia near Bordootown N J1 airs E G Mitchell of Boston died In a dental chair of heart disease after having four teeth extracted Tens of thousansd of persons In Rui sia are starving and a typhus epldeml adds to the horror of the situation Sallle Dale of Lewis county aged 90 fainted fell In the fire and was burned to a crisp when found by the family The salt production of Michigan last year filled 4820865 barrels a gain over the preceedlng year of 5410 barrels The hospital at the University of To klo was destroyed by Ore 21 patieni perishing and 21 being seriously injui edAn advance of 25 cents a ton In tbe price of pig Iron Is announced at BlrI tnlngham Ala due to large demand for Iron John W Forbes who lighted the fire to burn the Negro Alexander near Leavenworth distinguished tJlmself by marrying a Negro girl The bill appropriating 85000000 for the St Louis Exposition has passed tbe Senate and needs only the president signature to make it a law Mrs Nessenhene was convicted at Hannibal Mo of the murder of herI husband last July by morphine and sentenced to be hanged April 12 The Southern States bad their Bra taste of winter Friday night snow fall fog from Charleston S O to Central and Northern Texas The heaviest faUI was 10 inches at La Grange Ga Sparks from a C O passenger engine set fire to F L Thompsons cloth- Ing at Richmond Va and he was badly burned that bo can not live The Courts have decided that Old Point Comfort Is not a part of the State of Virginia and that property there should not be taxed by that state A big natural gas well is a blaze near Cameron W Va sending a Ilame 200 eat high It is estimated that the well Is dischargeng 00000000 feet a day Grant Gillette the noted Kansas cat tie king defaulter for 1000000 hae left Chihuahua Mexico where be wu exiled for Kansas to face his creditors Capt C W Longmlre who captured and held the Lexington armory during the Taylor rebellion was elected maJorI of the 3d battalion of the 2d Regl rccnt After three convictions Mrs Nor Woodruff has been transferred from the Nashville jail to the Tennessee penitentiary to serve a life sentence fort e murder of her fivoyear old stepson Attorneys for Langhorn in Louisville convicted of killing his morher in law Maggie Ward allege that jurors read accounts of the trial visited saloons and gUllItyMrs Roje Wurzer a a of Insanity drowned her six children at Unlootown Washn She threw them In a well 30 feet deep containing two feet of water then jumped in herself and held the heads of the children beneath the surface until all were drowned Mrs Wurzer was found alive In the well Ten persons were killed and about 25 In jured In a collision between a pas senger train and the Nellie BIy express on the Amboy division of the Pennsylvania railroad at Ruetlngs sid log about eight miles south of Trenton N J The men killed were mostly Ital ians who were on their way to Atlantic City to do construction work for the 130 persons are thought to have been drowned by tho sinking of the Pacific Mall steamer Rio do aneiro while entering the Golden Gate near San Francisco The vessel ran on r a rook in a fug and went to the bottom In a few minutes Rouneovlllo Wild ham United States consul general at Hong Kong and his wife and two children were among the passengcra and they were supposed to have been drowned 1 lo 1 iiR The seven National Banks of Lexlng ton have resources of 1501022709 aDd Individual deposits of 8313370088 A company has been organized at Lexington for the purpoao of building electric railroads from that city tc neighborhood blue grass towns The eastern span of the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis Railway bridge over the Tennessee at Johnson vllle burned entailing a loss of 825 000 The fire caught from a spark In a birds nest- Dally for 22 years Mrs Dora Oehl strom of Cleveland 0 visited the grave of her husband Dally had she knelt upon tho mound of earth and ut tered a prayer thattheLord would take her to her husband Sunday afternoon her prayer was answered and she was found still and stark upon the grave The earnings of the Chesapeake and Ohio for the first six months of the present fiscal year of the company show an increase of over 81000000 gross ana an increase of over 600000 net Presi dent Stevans hopes the company will be able to show an increase of over 2000 000 gross for the year ending June 30 nextSupt Rcdwlne reports tho number of patients treated at the Lexington Lunatic Asylum during the year 1180 D93 whites 103 Negroes 31 per cent recovered 23 per cent of those reedy ed were over CO years of age The mortality was G per cent 42 per cent at whom were over One patient miclded A Chinese newspaper began publica ion In New York yesterday At pres eDt the only way in which the vast majority of Chinamen can bear news Is by paying from 1 to 5 cents each night nrbllo a professional reader translates extracts from the dally papers The editor has Imported from China a font of typo which contains 12000 charac tels Gov Beckbam made requisition on the governor of Tenncesco for the reo turn to Kentucky of Mark and Tbbmas Cidd who are under indictment In IVhltley county for malicious shooting DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CUBED by local application as they cannot reach the dts eaoed portion of the ear There la only one war to cure deafnf a and that Is by constitutional remedies Uestneoa caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining ol the EuitacVlan Tube Vben till tube u Inflamed you hire a rumbling tunJ or Imperfect hearing and when It la entirely losfd deafneaa the result and unleeathe Inflani utlon can bo taken out and this tuba restored to Ita normal condition hearing will In destroyed ever ninecaiceout of ten are caused by fa tArrb which Is notUn but an Infltmmed condl tlOD of the mucous surfaces awlhgive one hundred dollars for any case or linen caused by catarrh that cannot be cured br Kails Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold by Dniggits 75- eHallsFamlly Hllsare the beet County Judge JO SWOPE JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER IrSheriff A L CARPENTER- T J HILL J M CARTER Sr M S BAUGHMAN GEO S CARPENTER- G C BAKER t Far Jilsr DtK FARMER GBOTA7IEUBANKS GEORGE W D4IIORD- E D KENNEDY W HERRIN JJH1HAINES JOHN1CVEPPLES For Assessor CHARLES L CROW GUS McCORMACK THALES1HTWRIGHT WM LANDGRAF SAMUELMrOWENS JOE T EMORY M G REYNOLDS CHARLES L DAWES For RepresentativeM ANDREW W BUCHANAN School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE McKINNEY SenatorG- EO T FARRIS E W LILLA- RDMagistrate JA DUDDERAR PIANO FOR SALE A Fine Upright Cabinet Grand Piano at a bargain Apply at this ofllce CATTLE LOST I A dark brown twoyearold deer loft the llggtni farm In tho of Lincoln IIDd a red twoyearold steer left the 8 W Given farm for Inlorma tlon leading to their recovery T W KIXNEY Junction City Ky A P Bruce H C Bright BRUCE tSt BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY We extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us when li Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in Central Kentucky All Douiht For Cash in Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too H D Bruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleated to see his friends at all times Ike G Adler has charge- of our Harness Department whtcb is au nsaurance you can buy the Best Hand Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respect- fullyBRUCE BRIGHT Clearance ScIE i Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky I invite you to the SPEQIAL SALE during the month of February This mean money saved to you Bee our centre table loaded with S25O SHOES AT 50C PAIR Mens Shoes worth up to 500 going at7bc a pair Entire stock of underwear to close at 25 percent off Calicoes 4c 6c Brown Cotton 5c Ginghams 6c Ask to see our mens shirts at half price 151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 Arbuckloa Coffee 121c not more than worth of and coffee at this price Thi is an honest cut and not a merchant scheme to advertise This sale is for cash only No goods taken back but will exchange when necessary Many goods in this sale not mentioned in above for want of room We must reduce our stock in the next 30 days to mako room for spring goods Wild for The Next Ten Days Sale I In order to make room for Our Spring Stock we will make A FEW SPECIAL OFFERS J Mens Corduroy pants worth f3 now 135IMens Lest quality Alpine lists worth 12 now 74c Mens underwear 60 cents now 23 cents Mens fine suits worth 750 now 1348 Boyss Caps worth 50 cents now 10 cents Mens fine pants worth 160 now 00 cents Jeans pants at 48c calicoes at 4 cent lot of tine kid gloves that ire worth 100 and SI 60 now at 48cCome nnd see for yourself for this sale will last but 10 days The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank t q Residence For Sale Or Rent A very detlrablo residence of ten room with all necessary outbuildings lncludln1 Ice houso nod stable with largo garden at Inched Tim property Is contrally locates In Hustonvlllu given at once For terms apply to Miss II V Logan UusI tonvtlle or Littonla Ky FOR SALE I A Chance of A Life Time I My Entire Stock of General Merchandise Store house and Lot For Sate or will soil clock and rent storehouse and lot host stand In Lincoln Co I V 8TKKLE HcsTOSviUJt Kr NEW LIVERY STABLE s W DtmEE sm Prans JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClous Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Salo PREACrJERSVILLE INSTITUTE IREACIIERSYILLE KY- Tlio QrstsenMon of this school will open Jan IDOl Our couno of study lane complete as that found In the ordinary high including kitchen garden and lnder tartan In the primary department Thu common school Higher Maths raatlc and tho Illblo For further particulars address J 0 McKxB Principal JC+ MCCbMY UNDERTAKES Manufacturer and Dcalcnr- lnSASNESSSADDLSBY NCa Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSV- NDEItT98ElIi3 AUO DKALKM lie Furniture MntUn j 8Rug And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCK GRflOEO SCHOOL ELEC TIOH KENTUCCYSctC1UNTl At a regular term ol the Lincoln County Court held on the llth day of hllu byr71tltplIt II J O Florence T M Imdkalchl 6 Wl N Craig 7 Cicero ltenololl is T II antiJ K Vinarsdale W U Mcltberta I others war Sled before the county Judge la OIID court it the It regular lH cwt r term of Ibl couit ttVlngtbsta graded school dlitrlct lr 01 Rlnlitd with Its boundary al follows via Itrnln nlnrstE T Teams thence to Dantown Iliftt sad with to lh Jsns Harrow plsc excludlu If thence to John llrlghts Including It Ibroc to John KoiUrs Including It tbrnre to the JDo rnolnglon plsev Including it thence to K I Wood bis place thrnet to Jsmn A Uirris place exciUillDait but Including the nld brick houte thence to the loll gale on the Mil IrdgcTlllo turnpike including It thmce to Fun tus It thence to Mrs Jno Neal including it thence to Wm lIekllnelud log It then to John Miner thence to William I TsUs ana Including II thence to Wn Including ittbenetok T fence the Grinning and that the site lor th school home ol tb add propowd dlilrlct be the preen n boot building belorrlnc to common school oils trlctXo liltuilcdon IUa llle street BUnford Lincoln county Kywblchslli Is certlfltd to be aDd one mtlre Tom auy IMirtortbeboundsryofthessId dlitrlct alIta a petitioners are as Irgal toters and rtIIldlllta propose Graded Oumion Scoool IMntrlct and or IiUDrOrd unices District of this coiutj and II further sp paring that the County Hupor uleDdeol of Com of Uncoln county has endorsed on taldpflltonhlsapproTalofssme and that all ot district beembraccdlntheuldproposed jtuoled commoo school district dare on their approral of same as tde l by law and Ihe court sufflclcnlly adrlsed orders that Saml MOwens the sheriff of this county be and Ia hereby directed to cause a poll to hs opened and In election to bo held at the ol Stanford Lincoln County Kentucky ou tho Moond day o March the same more than 40 111 after the entry of this order for the purpose or taking tie sense of the legsl wh te voters Mid Ing within the boundary of the mid oed Graded Common School District whether then shall be levied and collected an an annul tax of 40 rents on each one hundred dollars rolertyvalue therein subject to Stale or co unLr taxation hv whfle persons and one dolls and twenty lire cents IIM of tax on rscl bite mile Inhabitant ot old proposed UralttI Common School Dlttrlct over twentyona year of age lor the purpose of Ubllihluft and main talnln a graded common school therein as pro l4d In sections to 130 ol the Common Schoo Law The officers of saMtlectlnn will also cause Ihi legal voters ol said proposed traded Common School District to vote for persons to be thi trustees ofthe same provided slid tax shall be toter- Tbenlnevrsofatdelection will mike return ID due form of the result of came at the earliest practicable Attest OKO COOPER Clerk- A Copy Lincoln County Court b given that In obedience to tin coulIllIbuilding Stanford on Irom oclock until 4 oclock p far the purposes set forth In said above order Tboae nt1l1td 0 vote are all while males otet yeaisof who hue been residents of the roposed ruled Common School District fur Ira and of the county six months and of the Hate one year preceding the day of said election rbls 211t day or January M OWKKS Sheriff of Lincoln County Ky xislrtale 000000000000000000000000OOOOU000YEW 0p and Implement business to 0having sold R hall Interest in buggy under Mr A Mloncethe new huslncw be conducted 0 e firm name of p- CMSOJ0tho PEflGE + g We will keep In stock at all times a handsome line of 0 I Buggies carriages Harness l In addition we wll handle all kinds of 0 0 Farming ImplementsAlso Vwill favor the newunplugetc you 0 grain 0with our pairuungo l remain Respt Yuurs 0WA CARSON 0000000000000ora000000000000000000 o dooo oo66boooo ooooooooooooooopoo 0ro g g CHINN FRYE1 0 o g Brokers g g Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Kyo gStocks Bonds Cotton Graingo Provisions and Investment o Securities Bought and Sold 00 0o- o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly a- O executed 0 0 Distance Telephone 010 00 o Bank and Commercial UafcrcnCM Long OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi H s Just Received I e- iA WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF HAMBURG EDGINGS i W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky H i I e New Goods New Firm And Every DAy is Bargain Day Where You Flml Everything Perfectly Fresh And you have a Nice New Suxlc to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and ace ui W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street l i Wo Havo a Pull Line of i Ledgers Journals J I Day and Cash Books i For thuNowlYrar Good Goodsjal Lowjlriecs Pennys Drug StoreTELEPHONE NO 2 IK N7 1 71 NtiK1111 Tile southern mutual investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY INSURANCE REVERSED I Wo pay while you liveft01 Line Com panics pay whenryou tile Which do you prefer i Over 300000 pnid in Living Benefits Over x120000 Reserve and Surplus GO000 Paid in Maturities in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G bus tin Special Agent Bradfordsville Ky Stanford Female College STANFORD KYIThorough courses in Music Art andElocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres