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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH L 1901 9AM NO1 HRODHEAD Our boyi did not acquit themselves quite to well Friday night as they tad beau doing In Ibo past Misses Clldl Can and Amy Pike of Ml Vornon spent Saturday and Sun day with home folks Will Pottti our night agent came back to his old stand Friday after being absent 10 days Joshua Dunn boa been sick for tbe last week but Is some better at the present time Mrs W O Tharp and Mrs Mary Collyor are not Improving very much Egbert Wallln our ma- ri ball has been confined to his room this week Tbe father In law of our postmaster Jeremiah Durdlno Is reported very t elek at the home of Capt Evans f MesirsrD N Holler master of trains and L M Wcitcrfleld chief train dls patobcr of Livingston camo down j oo Tuesday to see our town council lo regard to an ordinance they bad pasted In regard to running trains at a certain rato of speed through the cor porato limits and iho matter was ad Dusted satisfactorily to all parties Dud Holme and P J Hall who have boon litigating In the Rockcaitle circuit court for a number of years over a tract of land near Drodbead bad I t their case adjusted last week It was favor of Holmes Another tdecidellin case In tbo Hockcastlo r court was the suit In which W O Say- ore attempted to break tbe will of bis brother John deceased The case bad been tried In the lower court by Judge Williams his decision being In favor Jofthe will It was a hard fought case on both sides and some 40 or 60 witness es used but the appellant W D Say 4ore was unsuccessful and the last will the dead man was sustained KINGSVILLE Lent has occasioned Its usual quietus of social gayeties In Klngsvllle MUs Maud Blankonshlp however entertain ed a few friends with an oyster supper Tuesday evening It was a quiet af fair but tho o who attended report a delightful evening Misses Hello and Lucille Johnson returned Wednesday from a delightful visit to friends and relative at Frankfort LouUvlllo and Jeffersonvllle Mite Louanna Single ton visited friends at Waynetburg last week Mrs Rebecca McCarty of Pine vllle is with her son J M McCarty and family Jesse D Wearen of Stan ford was a guest at the Pennybtckori Hotel Wednesday Mu J L John son It suffering from grip Mr James Robinson 0 A Walter Kdmond Murphy and other who have been are j Improving Mr W H CundllT our t station agent a sweet little wife It learning telegraphy as a diversion and Ie becoming quite an expert Mrs H C Pennybacker entertained Thursday evening In honor of Mr Towraoy a C S conductor and nn elegant supper was served L I An amendment to the army appropri ation bill provide that Cuba shall enter Into a treaty with the United State whereby Cuba shall agree never to en ter Into any foreign treaty which shall s tend to Impair Us Independence nor grant any military or naval conces Ions that we shall bo given the right of Intervention that its debt shall not bo beyond Its means of retirement that rall the acts of tbe United States and rights grunted shall be ratified that sanitation shall bo maintained that the Isle of Pines be omitted from lu terri tory and that tbe United State may buy or lease naval station as may bo agreed upon by the president A cowboy appeared at nrailway tta LIon in Nevada and 8ta cd that he de sired to ship to parent East the body of a comrade who bad been killed by u bear In shipping the box the Alagent noticed the box was quite heavy and not of the usual shape in a few days came the telegram II Some mis taku Bills body not arrived box con talncd a hoar The cowboy who wu allll at the station on a protracted spree wired back No mistake DIIII inside tbo bear- Excursion to Washington D C for presidential inauguration ceremonies via Queen Crescent Route March 4 1001 Faro one way for round trip from all station on Q Se O Tickets on sale March 1 2 and 3 good to return until March Oih Lower rates are made for of 25 or more of organized mill lary companies or braes bands on one ticket Write any Q ft C ticket agent who will give you further Information if dcalrcd or address W U Rlncareon G P A Cincinnati O What most people want is something mild and fcentle when in need of a phys- Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Live- Tablets nil the hill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in oflect For sale by Craig A Hooker Druggists It is said that the bebta of tbe civil ized nations of tbo worldmost of which have been Incurred by wars amount to a total of over 32000000000 The in teest on this amount is equal to the la bor of 3000000 men working constantly at 81 60 per day Alamo shoulder Is usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may be l cured by a few applications of Chamber t Jains Pain Balm For ale by Craig A e Hooker Druggists LANDSTOCKCROPSETC W U Llllard sold 3080 pound shoats to W F DeLoog at lic George T Wood told to J C Lynn 25 butcher cattle at ale J IL Uaughman k Co bought of D P Martin a lot of corn at 12 25 John T Anderson bought a lot of heifer at ale and some hogs at 4o Joab Rlgney sold to Emmett McCor- mack a bunch of fat cows at 2i to 3c Five hundred bales of Timothy hay fur sale J S Owsloy Sr Stanford Ky A W Carpenter bought of Ander son Nunnelley 110 owes with lamb at tO 60 Duncan Goodloo bought Jonn S Uaughmana farm three miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike 103 acre at 100 Will Campbell and Jame Thomas were arrested at Nlcholasvlllo charged with stealing a carload of hogs from a London 0 party Farmers from all over Central Ken tucky report the growing wheat In worse condition than for years and predict an exceedingly short crop The Lexington Democrat says that F Reid of Stanford has a carload of One horses there to ba disposed of dur lag tbe Smiley Combination Sale Jut R Magronof Mt Sterling re fused an offer of 1150 for a pilr of four yearold mules Monday his price being 1500 This la probably the finest pair in the Slate they aro smootbe with good style and weigh over 3200 W W Lyon ot this county paid 1130 for Mary a black mare at Z T Smiley L COI sale at Lexington He also got Cornelia brown mare for alliO John black geldlcg for a220 a brown gelding for 1130 a sorrel gelding for 163 and a bay gelding for 1130 Well wager ho bought them worth the moony It is probable that much ground will be plowed this spring Much of the wheat crop will ba plowed up the meadows are in the same fix and the high price of bemp will stimulate the sowing of that product J W Ragland bought of T S Shout of Owlngivillc a nice voting black jack forl35Wln chonier Democrat- Probably the most remarkable yield of bemp this year and for many years was that ot Judge George U Nelson of Clark county who raised 100011 pounds on OS acres of land an average of 1600 pound to the acre On 12 of the 04 acres the average was 2000 pound Wben It Is considered that the ordinary yield Ie 1000 pound It can bo teen how unusual Is this amount Sold at the present mar ket price of five cent tho net profit on this hemp Ir 1li0 per acre MONTICELLO Quite a large crowd attended the con test on the 22nd and much credit was due to Prof Ragnn and Miss Jones in furnishing the publlo with so interesting a program The seven young lady participants and ushers were dressed In white organdy and a prettier group would have been hard to find Miss Evelyn Klndrlck won the gold medal although Misses Leila Klndrick and Emma Ramsey wero so near and did so well that especial mention Is due them Monday was county court day and a largo crowd was lo town The repub lican convention was held to nominate the county olllcer for the November election After much debating and balloting the following ticket woa nom inated County Judge Sam C Hardln county attorney Calvin David county clerk Tnoams Jones a snor George K Ryan jailer G W Eller school twin John E Hurt sheriff Sam Call tollo surveyor Ewing Kennedy coroner Lewis Shearer Mlsten Ella Francis and Nora Tullle spent several day in Hurnsldo Bunny Tate Is with Mr G M Hcdrlck Min es Amelia and Susie Onus and Bonny Tate were very pleasantly entertained by Mies Lee Bertram this week Ellis Date and family will move to Missouri shortly Capt Tuttle who has been in Williamsburg on business returned via Louisville and was accompanied homo by his daughter Mrs George Motcalfe Miss Mary Hardln has been a victim of grip for several weeks Mr Tom Spradlln Is seriously A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN I have no hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran a wellknown and popular ba rkayos Petersburg Va We have given It to our children when troubled with lad coughs aso whooping cough and it has always given perfect satisfaction It was recommended to mo by a druggist as boat cough medicine for children as contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by tralgJe hockey Drug gists aletterson offering to return 20000 of the ransom on condition that all de tectives be withdrawn and that no at be made to eoute tbe abduc torsiehouldtheiridentity be discover i MT VERNON QThornas Parsons aged 70 died here SaturdayJ who died hero last Monday was a native of this county He was u lawyer of pronounced ability He bad been a member of the Legislature many years ago and filled the po sition with credit The remains were laid to rest by the side of his wife In the McClary burying ground near Oak Hill Among the names of those who have Joined the silent majority with tbo last quarter of a century which we failed to mention last week appear those of Champ Mullin Colooel and William Stringer Stephen Cummins John AI bright James Baker Jones Lair C D Burnett Wm Stewart Jasper Wood Sam Myers and John Coffuy The writer will not wait until she has been called across tbe dark river before giving praise to one of our tru est bravest and best of women Mrs M O Miller who has suffered almost the agonies of death for six weeks We are glad to say she has recovered and returned the cares of looking after her honsohold duties her children and grand children By Lancaster dispatches no notice that two men were held over there af tar an examining trial In the sum of 1300 for throwing stones at and de stroying telephone glues Insulator This le a good start The parties gull ty of such conduct are liable to both fine and imprisonment and let us hope they and others ot their Ilk will catch It both acomlng and agwlne Away back when a man hal two chimneys to his bouse bo was entitled to be called colonel and whpn three chimneys pointed up from his dwelling bo was a major Our friend Zack Hantcl put up two dummy chimneys no as to acquire tbe coveted title Zack is now a candidate for jailer and to place himself oo a level with tbe great common people has removed all his cnhnuey and is bunting a cheap boy to carry out the snakes In bushel bas ketsFranklin the jewclerbas prominently displayed In his front window a for midable looking single shot pIstol which was recently sent him by a friend from the Philippine Islands Tbo weapon is somewhat shorter than a sawed oil musket but it Is all that one man would want to carry long at a time A placard hanging above tho pistol make this startling announce ments Shoots 15 times and throws rocks for half an hour The old weapon looks as though it would do almost any old thing that lit low down and meanS Miller of Lancaster who was confined hero with grip for two weeks bas returned homo M C Miller Is In from Texas to see relatives Mrs Kate Robards ot Harrodsburg bas been vis lung friend end relatives Inbl coun ty The sick members of the family of Reuben Mulling are Improvln Sick ness has lessened the attendance at school Frank Miller has been seriously There Is a bran new girl at Jonas McKenzlo John T Welch was out from Louisville to visit relatives lie is connected with an extensive fer tilizer company Little Bessie the bright twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs L W Belhurum died Fri day Mrs George Jones was hero froji Mlddlcaboro a few days A Venetian LoveSong Tbo shadows have lengthened the world Is asleep Tbe stars over mortals In wonderment peep And swift with song My bark glides along Till It rests neath thy lattice steep The waters are burnished and clear my love And lit by heavens pale glow from above And the round ripples bright Roll softly tonight As they murmur of theo my love Silent Is all neath the nights purple shade Tbo moonbeams dance tbco a soft rou lade And fragrant mists Bv the cool waves kissed Breathe close to thy marble facade Beauteous dreams from the mermaids sleep Are wafted as Incense to theo from the deep And pensive I sing To the oars slow swing My love thy watch I will keep O slumbering world oer thy course more show Ah dark oycd love from thy dream couch low List while afar My loved guitar Breathes soft oer the dark water How The faint morn streaks where the stars lately shone And the freshenlngday oer the waves blownt swell Must sound a farewell As I speed oer the waves alone ANGIE CAUPENTER Mother coming swiftly Why WU llel Strike your little sister Willie dodgedly Auntie made me Malden AuntWhy Willie I said you did strike her I would never kiss you again WUlle etlll doggedlyWell I could not let no cbance HUa that slip LANCASTER IeOlllnJtsons storerooms J C Hera phi says that outing nan nels will be ono of the leading fads for gentlemen this spring + Mr Moses Collier has been nominated by tbe democrats for coroner He creditablyYou see HemphillW G Anderson sold a bunch of shoats to Sweeney Morgan at 4u W- It Cook sold a mule to Logan laon for SIM The friends of Mrand Mrs H P Nolandwill be glad to learn they did not go to Seattle Wash to locate but may reside In Tennessee Mrs T S Elkin leaves In a short time to visit relatives In Georgia Mr and Mrs r Hamilton will depart again soon for another sojourn In Mem phis Rev A W Crawford late pastor of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church has accepted a call to Franklin The Presbyterians of that locality will now be without a preacher If you do not know what you need In HempbUJLion ashe take a monthly fashion journal that keeps him posted about the styles Mr and Mr J B Carter of Car tersvllle have moved to this city and have engaged board at the Hotel Gar rard Mrs Letcher Owaley Is visiting relatives In Covlngton E G Brown has returned from a trip to Cincinnati- A new pleasure resort In the way of a bowling alley Is now in process of ar rangement at Sweeneys storeroom It la to be run by two men from Ver sallies and Is established under the promise ot being conducted as an Inno cent amusement Mrs A H Rico of Nashville arriv ed Wednesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs H A B Marksbury Miss Stella Brown of Londou Is visiting her father Mr Achilles Brown at the Hotel Garrard Miss Hare of Jessa mine tbo guest of Mr W McClel land Johnston The mistake in some of tbo papers that Mrs Mort Scott was very ill bas caused some amusement but tbo au thority was the Jeffcrsonvlllo reporter to the Courier Journal who stated that Mrs Sweeney bad boon called to Gar rard to the bedside of her sister Mrs Mort Scott who was dangerously sick Lancaster bas no local merchant tai lor but J C Hempnlll has the exclu sloe agency for The Royal Tailors of Chicago who guarantee their work a equal that of any local tailor In the United States and their samples are now ready for Inspection Leave your measure and be convinced that this Is true The Blue Grass Graded School Tcur nament will be held In this city in May and the citizens will throw wide their doors to entertain both the participants and guests who will visit Lancaster at that time Some eight or 10 towns of the Blue Grass section will send pupil- and there will bo spirited contests bot In literary branches and athletic sports A number of the leading citizens will furnish prizes for the contests Rev H N Faulconer whoso parent live hero and who regards this place as his home is now holding a revival at Newark O A paper of that city has the following notice of his services To be appreciated tbe preacher must b beard His natlvo oratory an attractive personality a One voice his rich Southern accent and soul on Ore go to make up a combination rarely mot with It is safe to say that his su perior as a gospel preacher bas not been beard in our city Mr Faulcon er Is now very successfully filling the pulpit of a Presbyterian church at Hillboro O Gov W O Bradley was recently in tervlowed at one of the Louisville ho tell by a reporter of the Courier Journal In regard to Garrards prospects for tho now Southern railroad extension He stated bo was confident this count would secure this much needed enterprise that the route was the most prac ticable and direct that the contiguous territory was quite rich in product and resources and that the Garrard people were fully aroused to the Importance of the great advantage now with in their grasp He seemed tabe fully satisfied with his native countys claim to this road to prosperity AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W irailt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the worst cough coldchllls and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever anid I congratulate tire manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists t 1 i= = = = m annorsllION OUR OUTER WALLS nut Just the same we are showing our customers the best prices and canIi than cost If you are bargain ustIT PAYS TO TRADEATt i THE GLOBEeMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing i1 iiYour money back if youre not satisfied 1iJ mILLER HIRSCH DanvilleSuc- cessors to J L Frohman Co W HftTS I We have just received a Large Assortment of Spring Hats I Of The Very westShapes Ana Shanes A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for the Newest Things CUMMINS McCLARY OQNNtaNNiNsNN A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFOBD KENTUCKY 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 yearshI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered Bucket Pump And Wa te Purifier 9It is the simplest device ror raising water Itls the easiest to adjust to any well It is very durable It wurta easiest It will not freeze It has none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO Craig locker Stanford For Accuracy and LowPrices r li 1 t l ltX t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THE INTERIOR JOURNAL la 29 year old today having first seen the lght or rather began to dispense tho light the f first Friday In March 1872 After nu- merouS and sundry failures to establlsb a newspaper here Messrs Hilton Campbell tho latter our dear friend Seph at present editor of the Sonel1let Journal started this paper Thot ran It three years and sold It to a young fellow whoso desire to be an editor out weighed his discretion for 82500 cas1l about twice Its real value Having DU merOUS other irons In the fire and pos scssed of no knowledge whatever of tbe newspaper buslneea the youth aforclJald sunk thousands of dollars In the enter prise before ho got It on paying ba ll x which ho finally did by getting down to the hardest work Ho ran It at a Weekly till 1882 when It blOlJsomed into a Semi Weekly and has since or failed to make Its appearance every Tuesday and Friday In October 1900 after a continuous ownership and edl torsblp of 25 years and eight months the proprietor sold out to E C Walton who bad been with the paper 81nce 1881 and who intends to make his 3000 subscribers agree with one accord that the INTERIOR JOURNAL grows In grace and favor as It grows In years and In fluenco DELAWARE has found tho wbJpplng post to be a wonderful deterrent from the commission of crime and an almolJt absolute preventive of a Becond offense but her experience Is worth nothing to those who prate about a rei let of barbarity as If all punishment is not more or lees open to that charge A Missouri solon has presented a b11l providing for a whipping post for mls r demeanors but he la gnawing a f1le The bill will not be given the honor- a or second reading Somo of the legislator are afraid that their own backit may be put In jeopardy while other8 aro so sentimental they would only look with horror on such an enactment There la not a penitentiary or other penal Institution in tho country In which flogging in some form is not practiced to maintain discipline but It would never do In the opinions of a cer- taini over sensitive class to use the lasb as a primary punishment to prevent tbe chances of filling prisons with those who will of necessity have to be wblp ped to make them submit to the rule A little less of sentiment and more or common sense would help wonderful in tho management of the criminal lau THE heirs of Daniel Scotten a De trolt millionaire doubtless wish tbe old man hadnt been so easily alarme During tbo Bryan campaign In 1890 ha worked himself up to the halluclnatl that If the great Nebraskan was elected the monetary system of the count would be so deranged tnat his riches would take to themselves wings and Oy away Accordingly he transfern 900000 In cash to Canadian banks He died not long ago and after a vain legal tight his heirs were compelled to pava succession duty of 845240 before tbey could get the money They now wish the old man was alive for a few minutes so that they could kick him for being such a fool ALLEN of Nebraska in the course of a speech In Congress Tuesday called Admiral Sampson a conceited ass and a rank coward This may be puttln the matter too strongly though his letter seems to warrant It but we do not tblnk we overstep the bounds of le gltlmato criticism when we say that a president who honors such a man at the expense of brave Capt Schley Is either a fool or a knave THE Brownies In Warren are tryln to bring about a fusion with the repul Means for the county offices Since their inglorious defeat last fall It wa hoped that the Brownies and other al lies of the republicans had joined that party for good and ceased from ltvln and acting the He that they aro demo craw JUST think of this President Schwab uf the Morgan Carneglo Steel Combine Is to receive a salary of 3800 000 or 10 times as much as the presl dent of the United States gets These trusts and combines are good things for such men as Mr Schwab but un fortunately there are very few like him WE can not see why some of the Con ederate camps are raising such a row over the Invitation of Memphis to President McKinley to attend the Con ederato Reunion They might save both their manners and their hospital ity by letting tho question alone The president wont go anyway apPlllcants Marshall January Cochran but ho le not making suoh rapid strides towards tho goal as to necessitate the exclama tlon of Whoa January BOLOGNA sausage should ba mighty cheap in Lexington judging from the number of dogs that have been slaughtered there lately BY an apparant understanding between Lawyer Kinkead and Judge Bar ker Ed Alvey and Paddy Miles were selected for punishment for gambllnJ Iin Louisville and others more notorl ously In the business given Immunity The attention of Gov Beckham being Immediately called to the matter he pardoned tho victims of tho conspiracy and In scathing terms denounced tbe court and attorney for seeking to re duce competition for their friends In the gambling business Says the gov ernor This warfare eeetna to bave been inspired not by an intention to suppress gambling but by a desire to destroy competition in that buslnelB The papers before mo show boyond doubt that this man was convicted upon evidence secured by one of the a t Infamous bargains over tolerated In any court I therefore as a rebuke to tbo character of such a prosecution and not as a condonation to the olfenee or gambling which lam ever ready to aid In suppressing grant this pardon to Alvey upon assurance from him tbaL he will not again violate the law Ev pry right thinking man will applaud the governor in his action Ther evidence as strong as the proota of Bo Iy Writ that the officers of Loulsvl11e Lexington and elsewhere have been playing favorites in the gambling busl iess and In two cases at least tbAY iavo been shown up to a disgraceful cgrco Let the laws be enforced rig- Idly against all law breakers and when pedal privileges are granted any lass we aro glad to know that we bav governor who has the courage to right a wrong and denounce in fittlng terms judges and other officers inter Into corrupt combines to use tho law for their own personal ends BECAUSE they were not given tbe post of honor as special escort for tbe president In the inaugural parade the G A R leaders have kicked out of tbe traces and declined to participate at all- In the march Gen Dan Sickles who was marshal of the veterans has tendered his reslgnattyn and there le row and a rumpus all around The 8ub lImlty of the gall of these petted and pompous people Is ludrlcoua The eartb and the fullness thereof can not satlafy them and the more they get tho more theyvaat A good flat sit down on- them now will do tho organlrdtlot a world of good THE Lexington Herald has Issued neat little hand book setting forth the advantages of the Blue Grass Capital Lying a map of the contiguous country and containing some of the many favorable comments of the press on Its unrivalled Christmas number The Ber- aid with Col W C P Brecklnridt e editor Desha Brccklnrldge as eQeral manager and Jouett H Shouse as 8ec reLry and treasurer Is a glltterli scess In every sense except politico In which it Is decidedly oil color Tim Boer war which was not to Cosi- omore than 50000000 has already cost 0000000 and increasing the amour a million a day The English seem In- be In about as bad a snap as the Amer- Icans who are trying to shoot clvlllz Ion Into the Filipinos POLITICAL fJ H Saunders has been appointed itmaster at Stone Garrard county IxLleut Gov Worthington haslfot- ten himself on the pension rolls at 812- a month Tbe pensfonbenefltsystem which has- been In operation for one year on the Pennsylvania lines east of Pltt burg- has cost the company 8244019 Walter Headrick a prominent youc man of Chattanooga became Insane as tbe result of a disappointment over fails to secure a political appointment tanryPlummerof Harrodsburg bas- written to Senator Deboe asking his- 8upport for the appointment of Mlnlstc to Guatemala to succeed Dr Godfre Hunter Congressman Borelng has recommended to the President the appoint- menL of exGov W O Bradley for one of the commtsaloncrahlps to the St- Louis Exposition These are consider cd very desirable positions and quite a cramble is being made for them nirtyihrce members of the Kenton- County Democratic Executive Commit tee met In Covington and decided to- hold a primary on May 4 A motion was- adopted to appoint a committee to meet a nllar committee from the Goocb- EIll8ton faction and attempt to bring- about a reconciliation between warring elements xGovenor McCreary la the man for United States Senator remarked Judge Garrett S Wall of Maysville former State Senator and I am eatls fied that the Democrats of our county are almost solidly for him Idont know a better man In Kentucky than McCrea ry to send to the Senate and I shall- give him my hearty support Ciooln natl Enquirerletter A Rear Admiral Sampson opposing the promotion to ensign of delJervlng gunner was read In the Sen ate Sampson takes the ground thBt- tbough tbo gunner Is fully competent tbo unlisted men have not the same so clallitandln as the olllcors and should such men be promoted they would nat- uraU have the same social standing whlcb Sampson fears Senator Allen scored Sampson as full or conceit and as- unntlor the promotion asked for him by the President ahlllAI T L Bird has been appointed pOS1 master at Lot Vbltloy county The Senate has given the pre ltlent power to deal as he sees lit with tho Philippines in providing a temporary government and has also adopted tb i resolution providing for the future re latlons between the United States and Cuba The result was attained after a long debate in which every amend ment was voted down The Spoonor amendment to the army appropriation bill providing for the temporary g eminent or the Philippines was adopt ed by a vote of 45 to 27 Mr Hoar vot log with the democrats and Mr Mc Laurin with the republicans The Cu ban amendment was adopted by a vote of 43 to 20 The army bill At amended was then finally paused un NEWS NOTES The Russell county grand jury reo turned 73 Indictments Former United States Senator wn slam M Evarte of Now York Is deac A positive cure for consumption by electricity Is reported to have been dls covered Uriah Harper was given el htycnrll for murdering his nineyearold son In Ballard county Tho republican conforrcea on the War Revenue Reduction bill have agreed to a rate ot 900 on tobacco The Court of Appeals ordered a new trial for John W Jolly sentenced In Hampell county to be hangcnd for murder A fight will be mado in the Louie rllle courts over the estate of K Standiford Jr estimated at about dealers will advertise llber ally In the edition of the Peoria Journal to be edited by Mrs Saloon Sma er Nation A lively legal fight has been started determine whether Frankfort Ne goes shall be allowed to build a churcb opposite the governors mansion At Columbus Ind George Jarre a ged 20 killed his stepfather Austin lalloy aged G2 with an ax Ho drunk and bad threatened to kill the oung man and his mother Healer Dowlo In Chicago Is dnfyl tbe State of Illinois He says he w1l1lro to jail a year before he will make public the affairs of his Zlon Bank which It la claimed rotten to the core Mrs Ann H Todd aged 72 wbo died at Cynthlana last week was the widow of Dr George It C Todd who was a brotherof Mrs Abraham LincolnI and surgeon In the Confederate arm The suit to establish tho will of Bryant Nelson In the Russell circuit court compromised the woman in the- Cl1se Miss J McWIlllams agreeing to take 8535 both sides paying the coati- Jose Seraplo an uncle of Agulnalc and formerly an Insurgent colonel haa len appointed governor of the pro Ince of Bulacan by the Philippine com lesion The town of Bulacan was cbosen as the seat of government Suit was filed In the Pulaskl circuit court by Commonwealths Attorney N Sharp Sheriff C M Langdon Jam ingdon Link Hall J A Warr1l1er- and I L Warriner stockholders tbe imerset National Banking Company against tbo president cashier direr tors and recelrer of the Somerset Na- tlonal Banking Company and tb- ockbolders of tho old Somerset flank fn Company of Somerset It attempt to set aside the transfer of the awcl and relieve the National Bank of all- tbo obligations Incurred thereby The petition charges that the transfer from- the State to the National Bank wa fraudulent that prior to July 2 1000- the State Bank was and has been lor- more than 12 months prior thereto hopeless1y Insolvent the llabllltle thereof amounting to moro than 820 000 over and above the assets IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES EIfty men are working In the Indian- Creek gold mine in Clinton county bomas Kldd charged with shooting Mrs Bryant In Whitley was arrested In Tennessee George Bobon administrator of Ed- Cook who was killed while working In Lbo C S yard at Bur ln has sued that railroad for 830000- weph Nool who shot and fatal Iy wounded Mark Spence at Hlgb- Bridge was taken to Nlcholosville by- Sheriff Moaeley and lodged in Jail- At Russell Springs an Indictment was- returned against Mrs Perry Humble charging her with attempts to poison her husband and child Humble la su Ing for divorce Jule Webb who was reported to bave- been assassinated while In jail at Man- ohester by some unknown person firlnll- through the jail window Is not dead Ho was wounded seriously but will reo coverW B Jones of Lincoln has purchased of John Wright the lot lying botween Tuttlea store and Burl E111- 8sbop Mr Jones will begin the creo tlon of a twostory building thereon Ilt ooce which will be used as a residence and millinery by his sister Mlas Llzzli JoncllJunctlon City Cor Advocate Judge TlnsloV Monday ordered every one entering the courtroom at Man cbe8ter disarmed This was done with out any friction His charge to the Ilrand jury was a very strong one Ho saId with the aid of the lawabiding cltlzen8 Clay countys good name should be restored and without the use of state militia t 7 t c ar i tjar ff ii4 V t PiJf lY i J 1 L L f 1t 11 J 1f iI I 1 taken advantage of the Cut Hundreds of customers have Price Sale on Winter Goods at i The Louisvillex- J Store tAsthe weather continues cold we will treat our friends and customers to k r Jtfo Another Slaughter Sale this Week Our big line of new hamburgs laces and cottons that have just come in will be put in this big sale 1 48cl1 I v pea mails to tell for 81BO go in this sae a1 QSc Caprs made to sail for 8300 go In this tale at jja Capes malt to eell for 8400 go In this sale IIt1148 iCapes made to soil for 1500 go in this sale otM 1300 lIeLadles flush and Antrlchan Capos go In prlcoi11 4 Ladle Stylish Jackets to close out At half 4wWahave COO dozen of Genie 4plr Linen Collam all the latest styles worth 1krwill all go In this great sale It6c 1IiilThey good quality of 8125 Kid gloves made of fine selected skins blade unit 7 1 l1 all the leading felt shades special price for a hort time 40o t i25c Wool Socks 10cIinoVa wool knownto sell for less than 1during our social sale theyll go at lOc and Misses stainless fast black tfallies seamiess worth lOc a pair dont miss this great bargain at only be Lc School Shoes 4lo Lace and button this shoo will cost f1 4cIn any other store ff Ladles 100 Waists 39o Made of plain and polkadot French Flannel only 2 to each customer at 3Vc JAll brands of calicoes this week 10 y to each customer at lIe t J t v v f v- 1f I V lkI Itf i It FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY lIonel and Mules constantly on band and- for isle Kt all time W Logan Wood Manager H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED Piiornrron r I desire to announce to the public that am ready to do any and nil kind of grind log and that I will at all times rurnlutt thu tofnour Moat Shipstuff Obickon Food Etc At the Tory lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage to give you the best Dont forget me but bear lu wind always that I your FIlFt Pierlalronago TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We hereby state that the DIM Plow sold by D r Is Just a far to the D11verChllled Plow as the DeerinR Hinder Is superior to the cradle W O COWAN- J 8 GOOftE 8 M OWENS A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford KY Offlc cT McBobcrU Drnj Stan In tbs Uwilcr Pudding Painting Repairing mind I am prepared to pnlnt repair your bu carriage or wagon In flrat class style Experienced mon to do It mind work guaran teed can havo your old vehicle made new for very little money J II UltrEU Stanford Ky R A JONESDENTIST Stanford RYt Office over Illggins h McKinnoys Ston Telephone No 48 Drs Slaving PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanTllle Wednesfaysatcridayi Will ba In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturday Office In the iennlntton llutlillng Stanford Ol lice hours 0 to 12 1111 lo 4 r OSTEOPATHY ThliSclenco originated and darclopod hr Dr A T Still of KlrttTlll Mo dependon the principle of Anatomy anti 1hytlology for lu ro suits It roaulrmnofillli no drug no rubbing no iurclcal operation sou claim i hjng supernatural O eopdhyviewsman as a machine ofao many lu Whin all aria- ahrpwperlysdJusled and not overworked health Is the result Some of the dbeanca trratod by ui Nervous Prostration headaches Nfuntluli hheunatliui CatlrrbJWeak Granulated Lids Colt LIer Lung pleae Constipation Hies tail Stones loUrgod tom ash and Inleetina troubles Dieaaa oliiona sod J01nls IlocatlonIIUIfJolo- tlaralrII111contlnoc of Urine laromotorAtax a specialty Consultation Free A Few Good ReasonsWhy ShouldTrade With MeA ReasonsWhy And Will Save You Money 50o Table Linen 25o lllue and white red And while andrcream all linen table Dtniatk never tsold for ICM than 60c a yard now 25c t 100 Underwear 680 theyareA goof hoary suit of gray underwear N for men clearance price 41o per still x Yard wide frown Cotton Co qnallty l only 4Jc art wide Drown Cotton 7c auallly AlttIIn this sale 4 Jc Yard wldo bleach cotton 4 jc T Yanl wide bleach cotton good uality 11 free of ttarcb worth 8J title week Co JJItx or i1 v u f 4 Aku us I ft X dOOD REASONS I First Itecatue carry the largest and most va tied tock In this city SecondThird Fourth Fifth L Ilcoauto mr prates are ilrlght uthey are with all well conducted wholesnte butlneM Ko Jockey price e I tindenlanil my business and know where and what to bllJfllecauio I pay spot cult and can al most live on my dl count Because I am exceedingly anxious to Sc yefinalart goods nt Rock Helium 1rlcci TERh CASH I I Furniture Carpets Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades Rugs Etc W W WithersST- ANFORD KY 3oriitfiinNew IT WILLMAKE HARD WORK EASY IAfter a good deal ot persuasion I de cided to try the Popular Washer and can truthfully say It in tho greatest Invention tho kind made The price at flat emed high but after a am con vinced It ii very cheap liS E J BROWN FOIL SALE BY GEO H FARRIS 5 CO JflffiBS BRYE Rusfeenville Ky lifts nn Elegant Line of Now CARPETS MATTING RUGS And the Greatest Line of Shoes Ever Put n Sale In Utiitnnville lAm Clotting Out a Lino of f2and 00 Oales Shoes at100Boys Shoes at The Former Price II 60 i Mens 300 and 500 Shoes at 150 rIt will pay you lo buy them whether you need them now or not Take Advantage Of The Great Sacrifice SaleWhich is still going on at TIm 11AOKKT STonE Sulll worlh lj now f205 f- Cn014411 WorRied J gonalll and Cl8hmorl wortithYouths suite worth fj now i218 Youtha all wool suite worth fS now Cliii lrens three piece suit from 8fio to 1860 Hoys fine stilts all sizes golnV at OSe 82 panU now sizesSiHOESn 40c Shoes from 03ptjoheap nt lie to 48c all MenB 310Ladies Shoes Iron 5Oe to2ISO ChlldrenlI Shoes from 20e to 112j Mms Rubbere aUJsizes for lOc a plllr mens night shirts worth fljOIIOV 41c neus lino underwear wool fleece under wear worth fI now 43c flue in callcoosIronl s ladles handkerchief Bilks satin etc nt laulhterlnK prices Thousands oi titer bargains wlll bo sold whkb I havent place to mention Como and see for yourself The Racket Store Stanford KyJacob OInsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank I trfHi INTERIOR JOURNAL STANTOIIO KY MARCO 1 1001 OCR prescription work Is unturpaii cd Try and bo convinced Peonys Drug Store PERSONALS Mn D W VANUEUVBKK continues very Mn W P WALTON went to Lexing ton yesterday FltlTZ KllUEOKR of Ml Vernon here at yesterday MIss ruclI DKAZtKV Is convalei cent from a severe epe1LroP II DAVIS will go to Naihvlllo to morrow to visit relatives Miss MINNIE WooDS spout several weeks with relatives at Paint Lick JUIJOK It 0 WILLIAMS of Mt Vernon was hero a taw hours yesterday 4Mids ELLEN GKKBN of Shelby City her brother Mr G B Barnett loins W O SPEED spent several days with her sick mother at Junction City MRS ALicr LYTLB and son Mack of Harrodiburtr were with friends here yesterday loins DINK WILKINSON of Liberty has been ut Mr Isloh Whites for several days- MKSDAMKH J It ORNDORFK and Hugh Ilauan of Livingston are guests of friends bore Miss KATE HICIIAItI SON of Rich mood II the guotlot Mrs W W Ly on In tbo Wet End MliH P K KKMP ahd children have 1returned from a protracted visit to Lexington J B BRYAN u suffering groaily from tbo effects of a paralytic stroke bc reo coined some tliflo ago Vets S M ALLHN and baby of Mil loreburj nro visiting her parents Mr and Mr K P Wood Mit JASON WESLEY of Mlddlcburg was hero yesterday to meet his pistol Inlaw Mrs Theo Wesley of Mt Va non W O SlKKD Is In Pondleton county anlLloa his sitter Mrs Alex Orr whole running for school iup jrlnton dent t Milts M C SAUKLEY wont to Mid dlceboro yesterday to sno her new grandson which arrived Wednesday night Mil GKOUOB It OUIKKITHS who Was hero from McKinney yesterday told us that E J Tanner Is rololclne over a son A LITTER from J W Stcpnonion of Lebanon Junction tells us of n doe 11 pound boy which arrived at his house a fow days since DON B B KINO of Moreland Is back from his prospecting tour of Ore Ion delighted with that State but not certain tha ho will move to It MRS D B CAIUENTKU Of UUSlOO 1villa wont to Louisville Wednesday for b r mother tu Mary J Weather ford Sho has been very sick there LIEtT WILLIAM D DAUST of this place on duty with tbo volunteer army In tbo Philippines has been recom mended for tho appointment of Second Llcutcnnanl In the regular service LOCALS KEY found This ofilco PLENTY handmade harness ut J McClaryej I U Farrls k Gos ad vcrtlscmcnt It will Interest you P FIELDS Minstrels eelontho roa at Waltons Opera House March 10 FIFTY pieces now Spring Gingham last placed on sale at Severance Sons s Os DESIIIAULK residences and lots In Stanford for solo Apply to W P Walton ntfor two months a Remington or Smiths Premier typ- t writer This ofllco NEW Carpets Rugs Mattings o arriving dally Prices lower than tho lowest Beazley DaY8itWANTEDWill pay Ojc for hens 61o for turkeys Ole for ducks and 12Jo for eggs A B FlorenoeitJ 1 ALL but two of the candidates f county olllce have paid their tnItI tlon foes to the primary election of March 10 NICE clover and thY corn oats ito ready to feed and a wagon ready to deliver Give us a call PoncoCareonitAllM 13UOKEN While workln wl a young mule Tllford Alexander got too close to Its heels and received from It a kick which broke his left arm A GOOD many subscriptions expire with this Issue If your label reads March 1001 or any date provi please do us the kindness to llquld at onco DONr damage yoursolf physically overdoing tho thing In the election morrow This election Is not tho on Iy one as some 40odd democratic Ifcandidatesmemory servos us right another four bo hold on or about March 10 t WINTFJt ii over spring has como and Lancaster hasnt gotten tho rail road yet A FEW days moro of cold weather will exhaust our or J anBaughman1 AM now receiving my spring and summer goods which you are cordially RuplluyDEAR In mind that tho ladles of the Baptist church will have some good druKLWrolon SALE Second crop Irish seed potalocs seed sweet potatoes and Yel low Globe onion sots John C Christ an gardener Stanford Ky LEOTUKK AT MOrrELANDMrs Frances E Beaucbarap of Lexington Strata president of the W C T U will lecture ut Moreland Sunday cordiallyInvited IIOiisu STOLEN A large dark bay horse was stolen from William Fields stably Tuesday nisei A bridle and saddle wore also taken Dlnlc Farmers bloodhound were brought to tho stablo early Wednesday morning and traced tbo horse about six miles down Somer sot pike but dust was so thick that further trace was lost NHW SWITCIUIOAHD Mr GeorgoT Dodo an export from Nashville II putting In a now and largo switchboard In tho telephone DOlce which will raako the work of the operator much easier and the connection much hatter All of tbo old phones are to bo taken out and their places supplied with tbu tutee Boll InstrumentseJ CAIIUOLL DAILKY was rejoiced to Ond an overcoat valuable plpo and good pair of gloves bo thought veer lost for the last three years The day before ho was married he loft the coat In Mr Hupleys tailoring house and forgot about It Mr Iluploy did not know whose It was and hero It remain ohaner saw Dix HlVKU Mrs F Iolts cor reels the Lexington Leader which spoils It Disks Rlvar IIaud says Judge George Robertson who was born In Uarrard county wrote and published a blstory of his beloved old home In which Dix River often oc curs which Is I think conclusive tel tlmooy Now what has Harry Glovan noli U copy t TUIINED STATES F ItJENelEllba Piccolos who with his brother 50 Fleming anJ Mack Yon 8 were hero for safekeeping from Lotcber county charged with murdering u widow nnnv cd Hall has turned States evidence Fourteen persons nro Indicted for tho murder and Sol Fleming is now on trial It is believed that Kllsba Fleming lId the Indicting FPETITIONfir Jack Uoaley was cir culating a petition hero this week for tbo pardon of his son J L Oosloycon vleted of technical gulls In using tuna of the Paris poet olllco Every one ap preached signed It with pleasure seal aro contidcnt Mr Bosley has committed no punishable ofTcnse A dispatch says that a similar petition In Paris obtained hundreds of signers earCcases rg religious worship before tho circuit court this tlmo and most of the men accused have caught It heavily Jame enddlh oo a jail sentence of SO days Duona Vista Compton was sentenced to six months In jail for stealing dynarnlto from David Eubands W O Greening was acquitted of assaulting Will Dunn and the other Cato against him wn dismissed Casper Apt was acqultte- 1a two cases for selling liquor unlawful ly sacs tbo third was dismissed C Mounts shooting on the wt f caug4ot It for 823 and 10 days in jail for carry Ing concealed weapons James P Goo Jo was summoned as a juror ID tho place oi Sam Rutherford excused C R Martlnwbo brought suit for dl vorco against kite wife Frcdonla with drew it Tuesday Hill Spalding Is assisting Circuit 0earcase was heard Wednesday but a dozen pages of or dare were mado In minor civil suits In eluding a number of judgments case of Mrs Annlo Engleman for des apes against tbo L tt N for injurlos received whoa her buggy was run Into terthm o suit against It by the Kaeloy Curo for protestTho for killing Tocumseh Waters was begun at 11 oclock yesterday after considerable uatrouble In securing the following jury atetout S T Sandldgo C B Mo Guffoy Leo II Stone J P Goodo ChancebarCommonwealthtothe prosecution by lions Harvey Helm WWelchsootAshby Warren are represcntlnl IIkolytaket IT needless to toll our readers that an election will bo held in this school que8tlonthere shall be levied and collected an nual tax ot 40 cents on each 8100 of property valuo therein subject to Stato or county taxation owned by white persons and 8125 of poll tax on each white male Inhabitant of said proposed graded common school district over 21 years of ego for the purpose of entablUhlnfc and maintaining a traded common school Every voter knows it and on work being done by theca who csponso us well as tboso who oppose the tax a largo vote will likely bo polled Wbllo personally not favoring tbo tax wo shall take no hand In the matter save vote our sentiments a privilegeinend right wo claim and at time accord to every follow man If you favor ilea tax vote for It If not vote against It Every good citizen has an opinion of bis own and his neighbors will respect him the moro for express log It- The Graded School Question To Till EDrron1 do not b liev tho Graded School will benefit the town of Stanford for tho reason that It will make taxation so heavy that It will drive off Instead of bring In capital With frco turnpikes and water work- the rato of taxation Is now as great lcan well bo stood It Is argued however that the trustees under tho elec ion to extend the term of tbo common school have tbo power to levy as gran n tax as If the Graded School was vat ed This Is not true and besides tbo powers tho trustees have under that election It must bo remembered last only three years from the date of th- lection a and If tbo Graded School Is voted tbo tax fe on us for all time come and tbo powlblllty as well as probability of a greatly Increased tax lor If the election carries the trustee r will then bo authorized by Section 117 of the school lax to bold another cl tlon on tbo question of selling the bond of the school district for tbo purpose of building a school house If both elec maybo8100 Tho order calling the election for the Graded School fixes the alto ol tho Public School Building as the site of the proposed Graded Sbbool Wit the additional building that will be re qulred I cant see how the tax can fall far short of 75 cents on the 8100 In view of the fact that we now have three good schools I cant tee tho need of this additional tax Tbo Increased ratu of taxttlon has already reduced tha SaboI a greater reduction and hoe driven from tho town a halt million dollars In tbo last tax years on which the town toe the tax CITIZEN w MATRIMONIAL Henry Dowman aged 17 and Miss Lula Jones 14 were married in Bat h County Derzoal Reynolds and Mlles Myrtle mnrrlnCd yesterday Whitt Wall a widower of 33 an oneJohnUollInBworththe courthouse by Roy K R Noel MfFrancesD W Hunn of Shelby City were roar rled yesterday PlttaburarFranktorteuporlnteadantottheFraofort y March 12 Trustees Suggested by Citizen To TUB EDITOU The success of a graded school depends on tho board of trustees more than anything else If xve ore to have the school at all both those who oppose and those who favor oada board who are capable and who would meyJohn J McRoberts J H McAllster J B Paxton E L Rlneharl Johu N Menofco and W A Tribble CITITEN THIS AND THAT JoenlJrnoy Rignthree tiro ee Prldemoro was killed and Mike Welch Injured Deputy Sheriff Mannerlng of Doll county who turned a lunatic loose has been held juryh timCourt of Appeals holds that limo cannot bo collected from ono who has been discharged in bankruptcy probablvfTuylorsvlllo The former was drink log and Sbclbourno was trying to quiet him prejudicedas attorney General by applying to W WushlDltonLou prIel Methodist church scar Maysvlllo byinn and causes the congregation to Good to lnrmcd n become hysterical and fall over In a faint The community has almost go 0 wild over her exhortation 0J CHURCH MATTERS Slockport England has the largest and oldest Sunday school In tbe world with 3320 pupils and 439 teachers Sundaymorning WleoCholco InAmerican studyingtoThere wore 400 confessions at are Daytooat one In Dee Moines Iowa GeorlePuttendaneeInRev Dr 0 Fredrick Wright discov era In the neighborhood of Mt Ararat evidence submergence during some period of tbo earths life which shows that the Biblical account of t storyTbe e of the erection of tbe now Baptist weaknthBlakeman e church It will cost between 815000 and 820000 and be one of tbo handsom Kentuckygate NOTICE J tAttcr the Z8th of February I will sell oodsStrictly for Cash perweeleW t JU AhslIA W Turnernllle iy toBLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 y RosesOrlCIhl1 rvervthlogfor Orchard Lawn and Onr butelland IIfioell1ll1lrrbcrry catalogue on 1111 KIIILLENMEVEIJIhono Iy PRUTTBROS KYhFurniture And Under taking SALE OF FARM C PERSONALTY I will it public ule oa Wednesday March 6 I9OI At 10 oclock at my t lac 2 mile from Ilniton TurnCJjrnroia uddle hose 1 aged well broke work tunics I good milk cow fresh with rail and airlpprr 25 head calm IHra and belfirri 100 end ewes and lamia 3 goal brood towa 100 bar reltcorn in tons ODd clover bay In harD stack millet bay tO Ulra clover hay 73 ihocka folder karugucane 2 large straw readyLruperlorh1DewIoubleallelestoo 156dromlaDd23fUrlberIDemlllon underatamount and over JO McDANIEL Lincoln County National Bank ofCapital 8tockillO000 mpaDaDdouily for ft Yeara Solicits Your Blink Account mulesKoplauchlTnbenenctel URSsoJ3 Wllllami J80wleySr koJ N Menefee A W Carpenter W II Cummlna J E Lynn S II Shank JKCMb J B OwalcT OFFICERS S HShaukPrealdentJ UIIIhlcri W M Hrlght AHt Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY CajilUl Stock 1100000 Surplai 117688 51 1nThis Institution originally established aa the Dti poalt Bank nf Stanford la 1833 then reorganized ai endagahnnrgsnltod u the Firat National Dank of Stanford existarttacillllei for transacting builneu promptly and I rally than rar before In its long and honoiabr carter Accounta of Individual fiduclarlei andlndlrldualiiolldtcdDIRICTOXI F Btld Lincoln Co J W Hayden Stanfur STHinli 8H Banghman JSUocker II T2 hill WPWalton II W A Tribble JUColllerCrab Orchd M J Miller MlVercon M DEIiQore Htanford Onlcus S Hoo er PreslJ it J J MeKoberU Caahl J fleaSateL07r f 1 1ftf gl 4544a2 tif fliP New Goods Bv tf J A4t xela r i4Jr U iftfIDaily4i I fi t J 0 Clothing oats itij ki Fle Furnishing Goods ij rt- Trunks Suit Cases Mclntoshes Slickers Ladies Gents and v QIeAai1WGIi101 1 Call and See Them t a t H J McROBBBTS IHVlyir Irfwe Y g tI tr f e sal e f1 Q li f NEW GOODS STILL ROLLING IN e t We have just opened some nice things iri the way of Fine Table Damask Hemstitch Tray Cloths EtctCome and see a big bargain we are offering- in half bleach Table Damask 2 yards wide at 50c Nice huck towels 12 l2c JOHN P JONES Stanford Ky Ladies Suits InWelarge and choice collection of FABRICS and FASHION Puns and will take pleat urn In submitting them for your We can quote you prices on perfect customtiilorcd suits skirts jackets and capes that youOurof any puree or any taste wo make both medium higher priced garments ft8I WE 9NOYOU REQUIRE Ladies Stylish Suits toordea sjo oo to f5oo Ladies Coats and Capes toorder76otoj35 It will be greatly to your advantage to call on us at once and let t itIOpposite Court House ii ilz7Ct7wCyic Ea si iJ 50000For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November S 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 86000 For Second Nearest Correct Guesa 3000It ThirdIt It It 1600II FourthIt It It 1000It FUhII It It 60O SixthIt It It 400It Seventhu II 300II Next 20 each 100 amounting to 2000It 100It 6O 5000n It 200II 25II II 5000ss 1000It 10s 10000I- I It 3060It 5II II 15300 A total of 438 prizes amounting to 50000 In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 796631 1896 was 1020107 1892 86626 1897 864022 1893 8366O4 1898 793169 1894II 776819 1899II 92O872 1895It 846996 1900II 1049121 Guess what it will 6e in 1901 6000An additional prize of 0000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them Tho Conditions era 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess 1000 for ten yearly subscriptions secures ton guesses 1000 for QUO subscription ton years secures ton guesses No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see WeeklyiEnquirer Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Q Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses In Literature Science Muiic Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write tor Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE S 8AOFLEY Pus y tr a lp I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL PrabltshatTn3ayt ndFrt4 1 PER YEAR CASH ItWhen sot opatdmsOO will be ehalKed Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford tU ettondclait matter MORE NEWS NOTES John PfefTer was killed In nenry t county by being kicked by a mule The L S N la coining money SInce July last Its earnings havo Increased 9484163 Elmer Pdfer a Louisville IZluttonate two dozen sandwiches In 48 mlnutell and won 325 Ed fodgen the notorious moonshin er Bald to have killed three men was captured in MetcaUe Dr Wm F Aiken an ear and eye specialist of Savannah Ga killed hIs JK wife and then himself Fire In upper storlea of the Cordova Hotel at Memphis Teen caused a loss 0315000 Many guests escaped In night clothesSixteen countlea In Mississippi for the month endinp February 15 reportcd 557 cases of smallpox 126 of which were fatal Cbllllcotbo 0 Is the only city in the country that has tally street carcondi torn and they are preparing to go on a strike like men Marshall Collins of Padncab has stopped the elotmacblno bulsneaa In that city by threatening to brerk the machines with an ax An epidemic of rinderpest Is kllll boasts of burden In the Philippines and the natives It Is feared will suffer on account at restricted crops James Hale a prominent young man of Murray was killed while horsebai rldlntr ills horse ran under a tree Halos head striking a limb Native Filipinos are fond of dried grasshoppers a standard article In the markets An American who has tried them says they taste like gingersnaps A syndicate of New York and Eol Huh capitalists will spend 94000000 IQ the United States for equipment and roling stock for a railroad In Ecuador A crazed mother at Pitta burl threw her tvo children In the Monongahe river One was drowned and the otber rescued but will probably die from ex posnre George Ward n negro who shot and klllnd Miss Ida Frankleatcn a school teacher was taken from jail by a Terre Haute Ind mob aad strung up then buruedThe Beckham Hotel at Calhoui named In honor of Governor Beckhan was destroyed bv Ore together with several other buildings Losses 930001 no Insurance Charles Herbert suspected of belnl a tire bug ws strung un twice bv a mob at Matteawan N Y in an effort to make him confess He declared he was not guilty Two Chinese Christians from tbe northern part of the province of Sha SI report the massacre of 20 male and female missionaries and nine children who have been missing since October W S Bfatcbley State geologist Say that the decrease In gas pressure in Ic diana has been greater the last year than any since gas was discovered ne places the life of the Beld at four to five years To the case against Ed Alvey accue ed of running a Crap game at Louisville tour others accused turned stains evl denco and bo win given a 8500 floe and two years In the penitentiary The others were dismissed- TbnUaitedStates Steel Corporation the gigantic MorganCarnegie Combi nation tiled Its artlclesof Incorporatloi In New Jersey Its capital stock Is tbi ridiculous sum of 1000 divided into 30 shares of 8100 each- Superstitious people have eomethlm to talk about since the birth of a son to merehant S W Peters The child if the 13th grandchild of Dr A D De Bard born on the 13th of the month 13th hour of the day and weighed 13 poundsThn 18th child was born to Uov Ell Jah Petty former representative from Grant county It was a son and Is the ninth boy to bless his home All the children but one are living Tblrteer arc children of his frat wire and five ol his second DoiijiTian Drake who died near Is land McLean county a few days ago Bled 80 was the last of a family of 21 brothers and sisters This large family was from the same father and mother and till but one or two lived to be grown and over half lived to be old A terrific tire In Dlamondyille mines at Kemmerer Wyo men only one escaping All efforts to succor the entombed aeo failed and there le no doubt that all perished The fire Is stilt raging In the colliery and the- a property loss will be enormous Cblh Slu former grand secretary and Hsu Cheng Yo were publicly be heeded In Pekln In conformance with the demand of the Powers The far- r met his death fate in a dignified manner walnlng from the cart calmly and fearlessly Use Cheng Yo was tupefled with opium They wore both dressed In their Chinese ofliclal costumes without the insignia of their rank rDEAFNFsS CANNOT m CURED ly localappltcanoa al thl cannot rpcb the dls peed portion of ear There is only one war to cure deatnessnd tint U lay eonttltutlonal rem cites IJealnaw U eauwd by en InflamM condition of the muooui lInln ol tne uttacklan Tube When this tube u rnUtmed you hire a rumbling sound or Impede bearing end when It II entirely clowd deafnwa result and unless lh inflam m tlon can be taken out and this lube restored to JU normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine ciscs out of ten are caused by u IJnb muooaturLcn- v an lndammet dl lion of the for ease ofwill one und dollars any deafness cawed by catarrh that cannot be cured l1alla tiamb Cure Spud for ctrcubrs free br F L CIIZNEY 4 CO Toledo O Sold by DrugjiiU 75c HallsFually Illls are the best ROLL OF HONOR Stanford Male Academy The following Is the report of tho Stanford Male Academy for tbe six montht ending Feb 22nd 1001 Grade ICae well Sautter 00 Wale ter O Hopper 05 Joseph Murphy 01 James G Carpenter Jr 01 Chas n Wright 90 Grade IIE Thomas Spoonamon OS Allen J Coffey and Geo O Spoons more 07 John N Monefee Jr P Robert R Root 03 GGrlmes Beazley and Winfrey M Duncan 02 H Clllv Rupley 01 Grade III Richard M Williams 03 Cecil T Williams and Hubert C Carpenter 07 George G Mcncfcc 04 Adam M Pence 03 G Edward Cooper DlSGrade IVRobert L Porter 90j Miss Ella May Newland 07 The following were neither tardy nor absent during the month Wtnf rej Duncan John Monefee Robert Porter George and Thomas Spoonamoro Cecil Williams Chas Wright and Miss Elli May Newland Robert L Porter and Miss Ella May Newland were perfect In deportment the whole monthE L GRUDBS Prlo MRS JENNIE F Guuuus Math Aest PREACHERSVILLE Mrs Robinson aged 65 and a widow died a few days since of a complication of troubles Shi was a splendid woman and a faithful member of the Baptist church Our Institute Is progressing nicely There ire 66 students enrolled J Mt Roberts of Woodstock sold to W H Cum- mIns 23 yearlings at 21J B Hutches is building a nice residence Grip Is raging heroWe are all hoping that the Southern Railroad will come thro Jreachersvllle Miss NellIe Hobbs Is cry ill of pneumonlaCandldatea vis It us dally We hope the men who can get the most votes tn November will win t fsl YARICOCELENo or how yon have had It our NEW WETIIOD TRLATS1ENTwillcure It The veins return to their normal condition and hence the sexual or sane recelre nourishment The organs become vitalized and manly powers return No temporary benefit bat a per manent cure aurred NO CURE NO PAY NO OPERATION NECESsARY NO DETENTION FROM BUSINESS STRICTURE men are troubled with this dlseas unconsciously They may have a smart tug sensation harp cutting pains at times weak organs all tho symptoms of nervous debility they hue TORE Dont let doctors experiment on you by cutting stretching or learogyou- Tble wilt not cure you as It wilt return Our NEW METHOD TREATMENT absorbs the stricture tissue hence removes palunoeuUertngnodetentloufrom oat or ane are strengthened the nerre are Invigorated and the bUM of manhood returnsCures Guaranteed We treat and cure JJtoon POISON NERVOUS DEBILITY IMPOTENCY STRICTURE VAKICOCULE SEMIN AL LOSSES BLADDER and KIDNEY DISEASES CONSULTATION FREE BOORS FREE CHARGES MODERATE Htmsblo to call write fora CUES T10X D1ANK for HOME Treatment DRS- KENNEDY KERGAN 028 Walnut Ste CINcinnati 0 County Judg- eJ SWOPE JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEOBCOOPERI For Sheriff A L CARPENTER- 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 Otis McCORMACK- THALES H WRIGHT WM LANDGRAF- SAMUEL M OWENS JOE T EMBRY- M G REYNOLDS CHARLES L DAWES For RepresentativeM ANDREW W BUCHANAN School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE McKINNEY Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLARD MagistrateJA CATTLE LOST I A dark brown twoyearold deer left the Ilfrglns farm In tho Fast of Lincoln and a light red twoyearold steer left the S W Glrcns farm Reward tor Inlormn lon leading to their recovery- T W KINNEY Junction City Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure- tor horse mutes aBllcted with Fistula allevll Swloney Scratches Saddle Dolls liard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Istemper c For sale by W erte druggist Stanford if K Humphrey Liberty O M Thompson IClngnlllel A aldwoll tiros nUTllle Ky V It Complonilllledgevlire Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrp Clure Turnersrlllo J iL Vanhook McKtn bey RDILLEHAY DANVILLE ST Manufacturer of ERIOE i- And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Wrlto For Price A P Bruce H C Bright BRUCE iSt BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY oe We extend n corJal Invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us bellIn Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles i The Largest and Heat Assorted Stock in Central Kentucky All Bought For Gash In Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too U D Bruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleased to see his friends at all time Ike G Adler has charge- of our Harness Department which is an assurance you can buy th- eM Hand Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respect- fullyBRUCE BRIGHT Clearance Sale I Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium HustonVille Ky- I Invite you to the SPEOIAL SALE during the month of February This means money saved to you See our centre table loaded with S25O SHOES AT 5OC PAIRM- ens Shoes worth up to f500 going at7bc a pair Entire stock of underwear to close at 25 percent oil Calicoes 4c Ojc Brown Cotton 5c Ginghams 5c Ask to see our men s shirts at half price 151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 Arbucklee CotTee 12Jc not more than 1 worth of sugar and coffee at this price This is an honest cnt and not a merchants scheme to advertise This sale is for cash only No goods taken back but will exchange when necessary Many in this sale not mentioned in above for want of room We must reduce our stock in the next 30 days to make room for spring goods k d PIANO FOR SALE A Kino Upright Cabinet Grand Piano at a bargain Apply nt this olltce Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable resldenco of ten rooms with alt noceasary outbuildings lncludlnl ice house and table with Isrg garden attached The property is centrally In lIuston1lIll1 linn at once For terms apply to Minn II V Logan hue tonvllle or Latonla Ky FOR SALE I A Chance of A Life Time I My Entire Stock of General Merchandise Store House and Lot For Sale or will sell my stock and rcntston house and lot Host stand In Lincoln Co I V STEELE llDKTOBVIUJC KY NEW LIVERY STABLES Brass tSKT tan JUNCTION CITY KY aFirstClass Turnout Reasonable Rates Special Attention io Traveling Men and Hay For Bale PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE- PREACRERSV ILL KV The Oltlttcslon of title school will open Jllnl 1001 Our course of study leas com leto an that round In tho ordinary hlgh- choolincludingkltcheagarden and kinder srtcn In tho Tho common school branches higher Mntbo jallcs and tho Illblo For further particulate address J 0 McKrt Principal J+ G + j4cC1JA YI UNDESSAKER Manufacturer and Dcalearln HARNESS SADDLER 60 tanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYST- UTDESTASEES DULla la Furniture MatUIIJsRuJ8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture lot aU kinds of Stock Give them a call 1rlces right STANFORD KENTUOK To Ttc 0en7ocrats or Llpcolt County At a meeting of tho Democratic Count Committee held in Stanford Ky on Mon day Jan 1001 the following resolution were adopted ordering a primary lectloi to be hold on Saturday tho 16th day 01 March 1001 to nominate democratic cundl dates for county offices to be votes for at the November election 1001 RESOLVED let That a primary oloctlor be held In the nrlou voting In Lincoln county on Saturday the 16th dRY of Match next between the hours of a a and p m for the OtIe of nominating candidates for the followingofllces to be voted for at tho regular November election 1001 to wit County Judge County Clerk Attorney HhcrllT Jailer County Superintendent Schools County Surveyor Assessor for the County Coroner Justice of tho Pcaco and Constable In each of the four magisterial district ol Lincoln county REHOLVFI Sd That each person desiring to become a candidate at said election for any of the offices hereinbefore named shall on or before 12 oclock noon en the let day of March 1001 notify tho Chairman of tho County Committee of his Intention to become a candidate and pay to tho Treasurer of this committee the full amount of tho assessment required of each candidate to defray tho necessary and and proper expenses of holding said primary electionItRSOLVED3d That at said primary tlectiotiall rttrwnt jioMruing the necessary legul yiuiifcttiu7i of ivifre are demo rata in honor bound to sup fart the nominees thereof without reference to Inrf questions democrats hare llered in State or national politics are ordiallyinritcdareerpected and are en itltd to tote election RESOLVED Ath That all minors tdlO ire democrats ant who will bemire of aye lefore the Aotwiter election 1001 and pro wte to support the nominees thereof are ntitltd to vote said primary UNSOLVED 6th That each candidate for tho following olflces shall pay the following mounts In to havo his name printed upon the ballots and to be voted for at said prImary elections ouhtv Judge C40 00 iherllt 35 00 Jounty Attorney 40 00 tounty Clerk 40 00 Jounty Suporlntcndont of schools 40 00 00 issossor Jailer 15 00 tepreHontatlvo for tho County S 00 That election hall be held under and conducted In strict ccordanco with tho laws of this Commonwealth regulating and controlling tho conduct of W 8 Boner R C WAIWEK SecretaryChairman OOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOU OOOOi0000000 W NEW FIRM J o f0p and Implement business to n- p r Having sold a half Interest In buggy Mr A lit lcncethe new business bo conducted under tho firm name of U 0 GA SOl PEJ CE+ 0 Wo will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of Q HarBesso i Also Farming Implements In addition we wll handle all kinds 0grain Worn Oau ftc Hoping you will favor the now 0 firm with your patronage I lltspt Yours Q Q W A CARSON Ot000000000t00000000s0a0000000 000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o g CHINN FRYE1 g g Brokers g o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky gj0o o Stocks Bonds Cotton Graingg Provisions and Investment go Securities Bought and Sold 0- o 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o o executed go Bank and Commercial References Long Distance Telephone 5- 10ooooooooooooooodoooooooooooooooooooo 0 o 0 Just Received 1 ot A WELL ASSORTED STOCK t OF HAMBURG EDGINGS wEe PERKINSa Crab Orchard Ky 0 i New Goods New FirmA- nd I Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find e Everything Perfectly Frestji AndyouhavoR Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call sad tee us I W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street t N NM1 1tiN 1 1 L1111 KNWe IISTO a Full Line of Ledgers JourQolsv S Day and Gash Books t For thoNewlYcar Good Go xl l Ixjwjlrlcej i J Pennys Drug Store V NO2tThe souttiern mutual Investment COi OF LEXINGTON K- YINSVRANCE REVEIZSEI7I Wo pay while you live Old Line Companies pay when yon 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 Bradfordsvillc Ky W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand At Lowest Pricesi t K Jl