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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 8 1901 9AM NO8 From the Cicero of the Moun tainsC- RAII OUOHAUO Mar 7 Altondlng Ircult court In your oily last week I was lost lo aetonlbmentattbo profound learning of our brilliant circuit Judge We shall probably novor look upon bis like again Then Stanford or rather Lincoln county has the ablest bar In Kentucky Give mo the legal talent of your bar and I would duty all the other lawyers In the State lu a criminal or civil caso1 am in favor of Judo Saufioy remaining upon the bench forever Welch somo great attorney gen oral Stato or National and send Bob bin 10 Congress and then all tbo great men of Lincoln will bo provided for except Col Hill and he has long slnco provided for himself and ho says ho Is tbo only ono capblo of providing for hlmiolf Tbe colonel may bo right for a mm can bo too lazy to succeed as a farmer too dull or too brilliant as a lawyer Tho bright glowing blazo of his dazzling genius may so daze and confuse him that like a groat bug In a strong ulccirlo light ho knows not which way Is right When thu now proprietor of Crab Orchard Springs the bandsomo and Ilrblo Mr J D Willis had Jut ar rived at tho tprlngs tbo writer happen ed to bo down there dressed In his hi bernal garb and was talking pretty vivaciously embroidering with French furbelowlng with Latin and now and then a classical quotation from tbo an cleat authors Finally Col Willis plucked aside a sable attache and said That little old drunken man In there talking no duos ho como down hero pretty often drunk like bo Is now Colored boyIIWbat little old drunken man Col Willis described the talk er In such manner that tbo boy said That Is Mr Bobbin Ho Is notdrunk Do lslustematt1 After getting trot ter acquainted Col Willis told mo the t explalnfdRaised postmaster eight years and associating wltb such men as James B McCreary Curtis Burnam and Clarence Woods and never bearing such language as that before you thought a man bad u- be drunk to talk that way I told him that I Intended to publish tho eplioflo In tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL and be told too to do so I met beautiful widow on the streetsr ot Crab Orchard a few days ago whom I called in her girlhood day Zophyr Wavo the accosted mo and said A little law advice If you please Can you collect this 150 now I do not know madam whether the payor Is sol vent or not but I can put It to judgment for you I What do I owe you Mr Well madam I regret your misfortune that caused you to seek my advice but I consider myself peculiarly fortunate In gelling to hear again Iho lost music of two decade You owe mo nothing I am deeply In yourdebt J Then both moved slowly on thinking It might havebcon On ono occasion when traveling y tbo mountains wo wero being transfer ed over tbo Cumberland Mountainstho tunnel being unsafe a rough and typl cal mountaineer who bad a seat In a crowded hank thinking I was going to walk over the mountain because I tied no scat laIduJere old gentleman get up hero I will wa1II I said Thank you sir I am no old gentle roan but I appreciate your rudo polite t ness excuse your great mla l1ku and respcclfully decline your polite Invite 100WellJontlo Annie spring has arrived but tbo candidate was hero before her G S Carpenter was in W E Perkins1 etoro before I wont to Mt Vernon court and In a rapid running fire of 30 minutes ho made a grand Im pression and made votes also Ho would make an excellent sheriff Af terward came Owens the handshaker and the born electioneer and ho and the gallant knight S J Einbry mot and the diamond blaze of their elco tloncerln genius was equal to a show to tho admiring crowd T J Hill Singleton Baughman Reynolds and tIthe North star so true to the people- has been bare and all the rest some of 1 v whom I saw and some I saw not Dub anal and Herrln wero already hero Now I want to say to tho voters on the 10th soloeD wisely and well give me no excuse to run for I am afraid my t candidacy would defeat tho wholo ticket or you must not think that I am v not dally solicited to run before the people In November For what olllco County judge county attorney and rep re Qntlltlvo I now have no Idea of running although I know ono blast my bugle horn would bo worth a thousand monoI notified both parties 11 some Limo ago that tbo difference In their votes was eo small that unless I was put on both tickets for about two offices I did not see how either could win Tbo democracy will not by the hint wo shall eco If the t republicans are equally blind If you distribute offices properly and eo lect good men you can win otherwise you will have serious opposition and many will bo left for the want of a few It moro votes political wrecks high stranded on the coast of defeat FONTAINE F BODUITT LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W4 tl Cummins of fVcacberevlllo bought of J M Roberts 28 yearlings at 121Sbolllarbhon wan elected President of tho Elks Fair Auoclallon at Lex ingtonJ Otvcns sold to Simon Wolhl 32 1200 pound cattle at 4o J K Bruce told to O P Huffman some l20pound steers at 4o T D Rinoy sold to J Randolph Harris a bunch of hogs at 4q W S Dryo sold to a Bowling Greon party two harness horses for 1325 Five hundred bales of Timothy hay or tale J S Owsloy Sr Stanford Ky letter begin advertising your stal lions and Jacks The early bird got tho worms- I will sell publicly next Monday court day a two boreo wagon and bar ness J P Chandler John D Foster bought of Waverly Hamilton a bunch of 100 pound shoats at 4o and some of II J DArot at same W W Lyon ft Co bought of Hoax Icy Oros a bay gelding for 1110 and of E P Woods a tine yearold maro for 135At tbo WordtllRobblns Shorthorn solo In Kansas City Lady Valentine brought 31105 Graceful Rose 890 Scotch Graceful 8930 Nora 8500 Over a hundred jacks of all ages and sizes wore sold In the Faulconer sale and prices wore generally satisfactory running from zero to U0Advo cato Mode Nlcoll of Lexington sold to Spratley Mitchell of Now York tbo five yearold chestnut maro Clara Don by Chatterton dam by Mambrlno Patch en for 2000 H F Bedford sold to J T Judy 35 700 pound cattle at 835 60 and to John LaRuo 14 000 pounders at 127 60 Simon Wolbl sold to Sol Weaver 17 000pound cattle at same Parts Kontuoklan At Richmond Monday 000pound bolt CM brought 31 to 3ic good yearling steers 41 to Cc 800 pound steers 31 to 4o bologna to lie DOlls sold at 4c Good hor oand mules wore In demand Hudson Bros of Louisville will bo at Beazley Uro stable hero Monday next court day to buy 100 Cavalry Horses from 151 to 10 bands high 4 to 7 years old sound and In good Ox They will also buy mules 14 to 10 bands 4 to 8 years old and some good walking horses Have your stock In town The relative merits of The Abbott 203 Crceccus 201 and Charley Herr 207 coming up for dUcutslon In a par ty of horsemen Ceo Floyd announced his readiness to back Charley Horr In a swcepalako for 910000 a corner with these three bones as starters the win ner to take all Ho Intimated that a wealthy Now York horseman was nog otating for Charley Herr and that the Kentucky horse might bo told within a few days Mr Floyd remarked that George H Ketcham the owner of Cresceus has signified his willingness to enter his horse In such a race MRS J K BAUGHMAN For tho first tlmo In Its history the C W B M Auxiliary at Hustonvlllo mourns tho lost of ono of Its members Mrs Pcachlo Baughraau who passed from this life to tho beautiful home be yond on tbo night ot March tad Her membership wltb this auxiliary dates tram March 1803 and though per muted to enjoy but few ot Its meetings her gentle presence was encourage ment nod strength to all Just two weeks ago when the shadows of death were creeping slowly but surely over her and pain was torturing the tired body she spoke of the good times we all enjoyed at the convention of tho 10th district bold hero In October last reapooltbllItlellJolly was her home life beautiful As wlfo and mother her tender lovo is a rich legacy to her husband and child reo to her friends ebo was true and her memory will be vory precious In the hearts of tbo runny who wero tho re cipients of hor beautiful charities Realizing our loss we her sisters eladly pay this trlbuto to her memory therefore bo it IlBSOLVBD That wo as members of tho O W B M Auxiliary at flu tonvltlo appreciate her lovely Christian character and will cherish scurcdly bur memory 2 That we extend our sympathies to keenlyComforter whodoelh all things well i That thoso resolutions be placed upon tho minutes of this society and ai copy be sent to the family of our slater and n copy to tho INTEHIOU JOURNAL for publication Lifes ruco well run Lifes work welldone Llfoa crown well won Sbo rests at homo Mits JENNIE CAItPENTEIt i MRS MINNIE ROHINBON Com NitS KATE POWELL What most people want Is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Oil the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IINround dozen barns burned In Pu laskl county Sunday Capt g W Llllard has sold to his partner Mr Stout his Interest in the drug bulslncss at Danvlllo Milton and William Kendall wero ac quitted of tho assassination of Eugene Cassoll In Jcssamlno county John Hondilckeon accused of the murder of Galloway Curacs escaped from Jill at Manchester Tuesday night Dr George Jean of Danville has jsc copied the appointment of resident physician and surgeon at the United States Military Academp at West Point 4 Mr J W McGarvey Jr of Lexing too has been chosen by tbo board of trustees of Madison Institute as Mlee Lloyds successor as principal of that InstitutionMrs JBakcr of near Corbln who gave birth to male trlplotts a low days ago died Tuesday The three boys aro living and doctors say doing well though ono of them Is a dwarf- J Morgan Smith of Russell county convicted of manslaughter and soot up for 21 years was paroled Ho killed McElroy Smith In Juno 1810 rho pat role was recommended by every mom ber of the trial jury A forest fire In Adair destroyed thousands of pannelsot fence Mt Pleasant Church and two largo barns Near Dunnvlllo Casey county tbo old Taylor mansion owned by A Taylor and loca ted on a largo plantation and two large barns were burned Julo Webb charged with the murder of Chat Hall and Abo Gilbert In Clay county and Millard Pbllpot charged with the murder of Felix Davidson a deputy of that county bavo both been granted changes of venue from Clay to Laurel county Sara Philpot charged with murder In that county has been granted a change of venue to Bell couo ty HUSTONVILLE Dora to the wlfo of Mr A Newton a son The Centra College Gleo Club and minstrel show Is booked for this placo tonightAn of Mr and Mrs L C Dunn of Mt Salem was burled hero this week Samuel P Caldwell a Paducah lawyer Is hero to settle up the estate of the late J R Napier Our community has not yet gotten over tbo shock occasioned by the death of Mrs John K Baugbman ono of our very best women The AfroAmerican Vaudeville Co should and doubtless will have a crowd ed house at Alcornd opera house on Thursday night llth Those clever young gentlemen Charles W Adams and A Jerry Ad ame arc now managers of tbfc Uuitoo vlllo Opera house and well wager they will manage It right Miss Eliza Rout daughter of John B Rout Is somewhat bettor Mrs Harry Lockridgo Is back from a visit to rela tires In Shelby county Mrs J W- AileD Is somewhat better than sho has been for a few days W C Greening has sold to John McDanlel the stock of goods at Kldds Storo In Casey The stock amounted to 12600 Mr MoDanlel was in the mercantile business at Yosemite for years and Is a success at the business Miss Agnes daughter of W R Wil Items of this place was married at Dolhon Ala to Mr Charles R Long of Savannah Go a railroad official of the Seaboard Air Line Thu brldo Is very handsome young lady and Mr Long is to be congratulated winning her To the Democrats of Lincoln County When I ran for jailor seven years ago wits live other candidates I came second in the race Three of my opponents bolted and WOOL over to the ro publicans tbo other left the county Threo years ago I was again second before a convention aod it begins to look like It was time I was first I have always supported the domocratlo party nod on election days bayo always been at tho polls as soon as any man living three mites away and worked till they closed I never bolt and If I am do tented which I hope I will not bo will continue as strong a democrat aa ever I surely trust that the democrats will voto to give me a good easy job so that I can train my bloodhounds and then I will bo useful to the whole community DINT FARMER Tbo Court of Appeals ball rovareod the caioot John Colnon vj Common wealth given six years In the Knox Circuit Court for uttering a forged noto Colson was charged with having shown a letter purporting to bavo been written by a woman Inviting him to como down and have a private conver nation with her It turned out that the letter was a forgery that some per son bad wrlllen to Colson and signed holdsI w LAN ERITbo Methodlsls have begun the fouo dallon of their new parsonage rho Young Married Folks Club has disbanded for the winter season The Junior Crokinolo Club will con vene Friday night with Miss Salllo RossRev James E Woolford will preach Sunday morning at tbo Baptist church on IIRegeneration Dr McKee will begin the protracted meeting at tbo Presbyterian church on Sunday week March li- Tho Baptist organization The Helping Hand will meet with Mrs I S Wesley Saturday afternoon Misses Sallie Tlllelt and Laura Smith go to Cincinnati tho first of the week for their spring millinery Old Mrs Layton Is quite ill of pneu monia Miss Jane Lusk Is tbo victim of a soycro attack of the measles Miss Katie Hood has returned from Shelby City and Is again acting as clerk In Miss Lily Noels millinery store Tbe new doctor Dr H G Sandlln of Manchester has arrived and has rented the Walden place on Lexington AvenueA Rico of Nashville Is with H A B Marksbury and family W C Price of Daovllb visited Mrs Susan Price Tuesday William Watt and family who lately moved from their native home In this vicinity to Winchester bavo recently removed to Lexington The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet next Sat urday afternoon with Mrs S A Harris on Richmond Avenue Miss Julia May Gaines of Danville It expected today to visit Mrs Ed C Galnes Mrs Mildred Beaziey has re turned from a visit to Stanford Al G Fields has written to M D Hughes the manager of tbo Opera House changing the date for his minstrel troupe to visit this city from tbo 20th to the 22d Prof J H Patterson has sold his In terest In the grocery business to R G Ward and the firm Is now Ward it Sympson The new residence of Mr Ward was transferred in the trade Erasmus Dunns house two miles West of town caught fire a few days ago and U was with tbo utmost difficul ty the flames wero extinguished The roof was torn off to stop the conflagra Lion Mr Duncan Goodloo and family will arrive the first of the week and take possession of their new home the William Hlatt placo The peoplo of that locality extend them a gracious welcomeGov did not attend the Ken tucky Club Banquet at St Louis on ac count of being too ill to travel Ho was to have been chief orator of the occasion and Miss Christine one of the guests of honor Thu reports from the wheat aro more and more discouraging A few farmers bavo fields sowed very late which will average a half or twothirds crop but the earlier sowing will in moat locall ties bo broken up for corn Misses Mary Gill and Grace Klnnalrd bavo returned from a visit to Miss Car rie Riker of Harrodaburg Mrs R L Jennings who has been with her par cats Mr and Mrs J C Thompson left Tuesday for Paint Lick The Pleasant Grove church is now without a preacher slice tbo retire ment of Its highly esteemed and vener able pastor Elder J L Allen Elder W P Walden preached there Sunday with the probability of a call Mrs Nannie Carpenters will has just been probated and her property Is equally divided among three heirs Mrs G S Gaines of Danville receiving onethird she owned two residences hero ono In Florida and several thou sand dollars In bank stock Tho wind Sunday Is reported to have done considerable damage In different parts of tbo county Somo of the far mo a had fences and hay stacks blown down and In the Fork church neighbor hood vehicles were completely upset by the torrlBo gala blowing about 12 oclockTbe Garrard Graded School will hold a declamatory coolest on Friday night March 15tb to choose a representative for the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament to be held In this city May 23 24 Rod 25 There will be eight or 10 declaimer and the interest and kindly rivalry will make the entertain moot oplhuslasllo and exciting Tbo dialect reading to be given by Miss Nannie Barbee of Danville un der the auspices of the W C T U has been postponed for several weeks on account of her engagements in Lou isville and elsewhere Halt of thu not proceeds will go to the dialectician and the other halt bo given by the Lancas tar W C T Uto mountain education al work A lamp shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism ot the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Palo Balm For ale by CraIg Hocker Druggists F g 1f I We Hive Hung No BIDDers I E iONOUR OUTER WALLS II ii Hut Just the lame we are showing our customers the best prices and EIIJ ti 11J r Iithancoet Ifyou are bargain i J hunting como to us J IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE RopII Merchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and rWJiCorp= v Let Us i Dress You For Spring New Suits New Shoes New Hats New Line of Furnishings and Fifty Dozen New Spring Shirts Our styles are rigbtSee t r CUMMINS MeCLSRY messss ms A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD 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 yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressedILumber This Is The Best Clothes Wringer Mades WARRANTY The rolls In this Improved Popular Clothes Wringer are soft and elastic and are warranted by us for two years from the date of purchase for family use ir either roll proves defective during said tlmo we will replace same tree of charge HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford 1 TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO Craig Hocker Stanford at For Accuracy and Low Prices THE INTERIOR JOURN WALTONIE C EVKRV democrat should foci It hie prlImarylent material from to 0 firstclaaa ticket and wo have every reaI eon to believe that ono will bo that the republicans and their aUlee for revenue only will ooo dare to tackle The contest has been conducted In a manner singularly free from friction and all of the candidates being ood democrats we expect to eee each of the defeated rally with zeal to the support of thu winners and march with u reunited party to certain victory There are no National questions at Usuo thU time Good local govecmcatle alone to be considered which can only bo aceom pushed by nominating and electlnA clean and honest democrats to onleo Let every true man of his party feel It a patriotic duty to help to that end As luck would have It Joe Blackburn got his old eeat In the Senate Cbamb The 230000 and over democrats In Ien tucky are delighted to again have a representative In court especially OIe enable to look after their Interest They have been denied this right since Lindsay turned traitor and an Idlolc r Legislature elected an Idiot to the Senate Patience and shuttle the carde Its a long lane that hue no turning aud we will be happy yet Deboe will pack his duds before very long and retire to give place to a ace enough man wbo will be given the honor he so well deserves With Gov McCreary and J C S Blackburn In the Senate Ien tucky will no longer hang her head In shame when asked who represents bel In that body but point with pride and satisfaction to them ST Louis promises to present In10 in commemoration of the centennial the Louisiana purchase a worlds fair that will eclipse anything ever hoi Over a hundred millions will be expended on It 85000000 of which has been v to It by Congress Tbe State of Missouri gives a million tbe city five In cash and Issues bonds to the amount of 10000000 more Each State will have a suitable exhibit and each foreign country besides the South American republics and Mexico vlll spend millions In displays The future great Intends to see Chicagos little show and take high low jack aod the game c JUDGE HARQIS seems to be up ajlalnst It again If the remarkable story ofI the Denver capitalists of his obtalnln money from them under misrepresent Lion Is true They camp to Louisville h to make him refund or perfect the tltle of the Eastern Kentucky lands he sold them and they were arrested on a war rant sworn out by P Galt Mlllei charging them with conspiring to falsely prosecute Judge Bargls how ever says he will meet all accusation in a court ot justice TilE meeting to condemn Gov Beck ham for pardoning Gambler Alvey hold at Louisville Tuesday night was as wo predicted a flash In the pan A couple of preachers and a briefless law yer or two berated and orated some resolutions were adopted and the earth which had for the moment ceased to revolve began again to turn on hs axle Even Dick Knott considerately kept himself from public view TUB silly worshippers of an Imaglna ry hero got It good and strong In the Senate chamber galleries Wednesday They persisted In applauding every movement of Vice President Uoosovell which ho finally squelched by saying It his most strenuous tonesIIIf there Is any more applause or disorder the ser geantatrarms will clear the galleries There can be too much of a good thing even for Teddy TilE Illinois supreme court has dc cited that a trial judge has the right to take a little nap If ho chooses during the hearing of evidence At least It saya that the fact that a judge did so regale himself Is no ground for a now trial Perhaps however the Judge was not asleep but simply closed his eyes to represent justice which Is sup posed to be blind- TliEdemocratle members of Congress sold their birthright for a mess of pot tage aud then failed to get it They surrendered to the administration to get the rivers and harbors bill passed which contained many rich grafts and then It failed Senator Carter talked it to death in a 13 hour speech WE feel to congratulate Editor Jas M Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat on his appointment as private secretary toCongresatnan Keboo Next to be Ing Congressman we can Imagine noth handFall the goose out of life Bro Allen will fill the bill all around IT Is stated that Urey Woodson who owns that prosperous dally the Owens bolo Messenger is behind the plan to start a live dally at Paducab If It is true the paper It a go from the start Paducab Is a tine field for such an en terprise and Mr Woodson Is the man to pilot It McKINLEY sent the names of his old cabinet officers to the Senate to coed themselves Ho was doubtleBS afraid ho could not make a worse lolec tlon and determined to let bid enough alone IPOLITICAL ITbe appropriation of the BOth Con amounted to 11440002545 Ex Senator W E Chandler has been appointed Chairman of the Span Isb War Claims Commission Edward Hall a negro democrat wae found dead at Midway under circumstances indicating murder Carter Harrison was renominated ror Mayor by Chicago democrats on a mu nlclpal ownership platform Gov Benton MoMlllen It Is etBted may be a candidate for a third term all Chief Executive of Tennessee Robert S McCommlck of Illlno was moraluated by the President to be United States Minister to Austria It took 20 policemen to eject one Irish member from the English HOUIB of Commons by order of the speaker The President sent to the Senate tbe nomination of Commander Chapman Todd of Kentucky to ba Captain In the navy In tbe Senate Vice President Hoose veil sharply rebuked tho galleries which Insist on applauding him whtn cuunty democrats at a mael meeting held at Paris declared for Judge James E Cantrlll for United States Senator It Is expected that the proposed Mar land ballot law doing away wllh ballot mblems will disfranchise 50000 voter mostly negroes Friends of exConrcssman A S llBr ry will urge his appointment as one or the National Commissioners to the Sr Louis Exposition- President McKlnle has killed by a pocket veto the bill to reimburse Con federate soldiers for horses taken troin hem by the Fcdcarls after the surroi delPe ksklll the birthplace of Senator Jepew which has for many years beon uled by republicans went democrat csterday Tbe majority ranged from 00 to 400 Maj A T Wood of Mt Sterllni will file his application at Waahlngto for the district attorneysblp of the Ne edoral district Ho has secured some trong Indorsements Tbo democrats of Ohio county bave nominated M J Cox forRepreeonatlvi IcLean county democrats have noml ated J A Peak for Ropreaenatlvo and- G W Beckman for State Senator Congressman Lentz of Ohio said In a speech that a democratic democrat a man seeking an opportunity to do methlng for everybodr while a degenerate democrat Is a man seeking an pportunlty to do everybody for some ilng Over 40000001 was spent at the second inaugural of McKinley Just 100 ears ago in 1801 Thomas Jefferson of MonlicollolV0 was Inaugurated tbe third President of the United States at a total cost of 5000 which Include the cost of coaching parties to Wash igton from tbe surrounding country to witness the inauguration NEWS NOTES The assessed value of property it exlogton Is 917243489 50 John D Rockfeller has given 8110 000 to Vassar College for a new dormitory John Shannon died at Carlisle iron Injurlea received In being thrown from a horsePinnacle cafe which stood at tbt corner of the three states near Mid esboro was burned To keep smallpox patients and sus pects Indoors officers at Fisk Mo wll shackle them with balls and chains Five men were killed and two otbers- were Injured by the oxplolon of a box of powder In amino at Center Valley fo Never before In the history of the United States have precious stones been worn in such profusion as this arThomas Christian for tbe murder of- Frank Perkins a colored horse train er at Lexington was given a life sen tenceThe latest reports from Manila are to- eth effect that Gen Veracity has not- yet assumed commandBryans Commoner Samuel Moser was convicted of tho irdcrof his wife and three children at Pokin Ill and given a 21 year prla on sentence The gross 0ld in the trcsury Tuesday was 8485412758 tho highest amount over reached In the history of the Government Henry M Finger will erect a 81000 000 European hotel at Palm Beach Ia- Mr Flager Is now building a large hotel at Pablo Beach Tho cotton crop of 1899 according to- the Census Bureau was 0051074 com merclal bales Of this crop 84 balee- were ginned In Kentucky Peter Vinegar the noted negro cvan- Aellet of Lexington author of the sermon A Damned Hot Day and otber- unlquB subjects Is critically of small poxMrs Daniel Muldoon of Covlngto- no birth to twin daughters the- fourth sot of twins that she has been the mother of during her marrjage of 12 years The jury hung In the damage suit of Gov John C Underwood va tbeCon federate Veteran which charged him with the misuse of funds collected for the Battle Abbey On his arrival at Liverpool with hie American brldo tbo Duko of Mancbcs ter was served with a writ In a brcach ofpromlso suit Instituted by a 1188 Knight of London A charter has been token out at Nashville for the building of a railroad from Wayne county to the Tonnessec river It will be known as the Tennessee and Northwestern- A 15yearold actress whoso ataJo name was Manila Clrolll was shot and killed Tuesday by her jealous lovor Antonio Trlolo 20 years old lu Now York Trolo was arrested- A wealthy man living near Washir ton Ind has received a letter from an unknown person warning him that un less a large amount of money is fortb coming ho and his family will be kl1ed I T Gentry had a bloody fight In his homo at Lexington with a negro burglar The negro was terribly beaten and left a trail ot blood behind avid Mr Gentry was severely bitten In the band and arm Harvard University sent a check for 2000 to Washington and Leo Unlver eitv at Lexington Va as a contribution to the fund being raised as a oe mortal to William L Wilson to endow an economic chair at the University Americans pay 00000 a year lor orayerbooks 500000 for hymnboo 82000000 for Bibles 7250000 for Sun layschool literature 11750000 for re ilglous periodicals 25000000 for mls lions 287000000 for church axponsi The old hospital and school settlon of Backers Orphans Home a Baptlet ostliutlon at DallasTexap burned All bo occupants were removed This Is ho same Institution part ot which burned six years ago and when 21 orpbanll ost their lives Monk and Dave Bolen were acquitted In the Manchester t Ircult Court for tilling Eli Bolen This case has been one of the most Important cases on tho locket In that court and a great deal or Interest was manifested during the rial A decision has been handed down by the United States Circuit Court of A p teals In the case of Louisville nation banks against the State Board of Ae essment declaring that nontaxable se unities can not be Included In the BS essment of the banks or other corpo lions John Mac Wilson Durant of New York was shot and killed In a pistol duel with a Russian Count at OHen PlUon bad killed the Counts nepbe In Paris with a glass In a barroom Ibe radegtcs art said to have been tocct Toned by Wilson writing a letter to- tbe Counts wile MT VERNON Ltnvlllo Knob near Conway Is the Ighest point In Roclccastle being 1 75 feet above sea level Alex Bastln of your county says be 1111 plant seven acres In tomatoes thlll ason for tbe Klngsvllle cannery Tbe only surviving member of tbe family of Jacky Maret of Garrard II AddIson Maret aged 75 now living In Webb City Mo- Merchants U G Baker and Houk Adams have added light plants to thol ores that seem to give better sail faction than electricity The KIrkevlllo Telephone Compan Is putting In an exchange at that plac and will build lines connecting that eo rprlslng town with various points In Madison and Garrard and Independent lines of the State The telephone pole Industry at llrod- head and Crab Orchard Is flourishing Some 15 cars have been sent to Nlcbo lasvl1e and other central Kentuck polntll besides those being hauled by wagon to Lancaster and other Garrar Item last wens about Cacdldat Zack Hansel having removed his cblm neye and was carrying the smoke out In baskets appeared In the paper as makes Mr Hansel says no reptiles hayo shown up yet as bo has never used any bait on the voters The new railroad up Brush Creek wl1 pass near Great Salt Peter Cave- Thlil cave passes entirely through a mountain like a tunnel and ox wagons bave been driven through it Product- froui this freak of nature was used In- tbe manufacture of gunpowder for the American army In 1812 Tbo Kentucky Stone Co operating Inrle quarry near Langford has leased tbe plant of the Rockcastle Stone Co- nenrby and will soon start up the extensive stone saw mills owned by the- latter company The Langford poet- oOlce has been moved across tbe creek to tbo Kentucky Companys plant the writer was to Klrksvlllo last- wcek tbe first time In 30 years Not mercbnnt doctor blacksmith or saddler were there that ho know long ago- except Jim Walker and ho was but a boywben Dr Fails A D Jones II Jones Frank Smith C ChrlsmanWm Weaver Simon Qlgglns Jas Slaugb tel Wade Walker and others wbo- bave pissed away were residents or- tbnt thriving village IWo met only- one other citizen we know James Fin- nell Most of the buildings hays been- replaced by now and modern ones Tbo old brick church looks about like It did In 1870 tbe new one Is a neat build- Ing Tbe school building Is of modern desllrn l 000it t l1 t 31 1i4 It io1 i JIY l1 I pi1 r1ffI4JA4 f1 I I1t 7 11 i trft7f1k VrJi z 1l 7 J 71t 11t 1T9 t r iT Another Weeek of Striking Values M YAt If l The Louisville Store til Percale worth lOc cur priceSoy l Ynrdwdo Drown Cotton worth Oc at v ji 5 4Yard wide Blench Cotton worth 61c Ill lie Nest brands of Cotton oilier people ask Sic vVWy for same our priceic2000 yards hamburg bought at GOc on the dollar We can save roc at least half on goodS Val and Linen Lace that was GY bought tho same way 10 dozen 13x29 check linen towels worth lOc 3c tfife Fancy border linen towos 10x27 worth 15c O0 Fancy border linen towels 10x20 Ic 41aucl linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c 16c All linen bluo bordered towels 39x81 18c 7j While Hnonfringcd toweli 41x24 worth 36o 24o- V 400 doz linn earl buttons worth 10 and USe per doz this week only5cill Fancy blue and red scrim worth lOo 1per yard this week only5c10Inch linen crash per yard only5ev yards fancy webbing worth lOc this week 3o 3 spools goof machine thread tOe ar Ladies leather belts all sizes patent fasten era worth 25c lids week only 9c 5v Ladles patent leather belts heavy glided worth 35c dont miss this chance this week 16c- v 41oit2x72 bed spread Manalllcs pattern Sic jCI yard taco curtains worth 710 this week 48e 3 yard lace curtains only i90 iI t 1c rr lit 1 v le 4 4 1l 1i Elder Martin Owens was pastor of the Mt Mori ah church In Lincoln county for 42 years He preached the first and last sermon In the bulldlo that wee replaced by a new ono 0mB years ago Ho resigned his charge on account of Increasing years and his tea btltly to endure long rides In sever winter weather The elder was here onu day last week shaking hands wIth his friends and looking In fair health School Superintendent Davis who has been extremely low Is better Jeweler Franklin Is In Athens Fayett county for the purpose of bringing bla parents here to live with him Ei Short will put In the Klrksvlllo telo phone plant Miss Katie Redd a pretty Crab Orchard girl has been the guest of the family of F L Thompson F S Phillips is clerking for the Ken tucky Stone Co at Langford George T Johnson and brother of Orlando wore In Stanford Tuesday between trains to sea Dr Brown Mle Bcssli Miller Is Improving Two men are at Brush Creek looking over mineral lands Agent Landrum has returned after a two weeks stay with bin lick mother at Plltiburg FOX d LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE 4 STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all timed W Logan Wood Manager H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Farmers Rollar Mills STAHFOBD Xi MORRIS FRED IIIOPBIKTOR I dculro to announce to tho public that am ready to do any nnd nil kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at all times farulih tho jest o- fFloor Koal SWpstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a tiara ot your patronage promising to give you the best results moat bear lu mind always that I need your atronago MORRIS PURl lror A S PRICE SurgeonDentist I i Stanford Ky OfflocoT MclloberU Drug Store In tbe Owiler Uulldln Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon Inflmtclaisttylo Experienced mon to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle mail now tot very little money J U OUFEK Stanford Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford v Office over Higel0 AMcKlnnoys Story No 48 jOeI 0 foot fot nhttile patent rollers only All linen shades plain anti fringed worth 60c l5o jI1 1100 dozen linen collars worth 15c our price 6c- Mcna suspenilert Oo 711 Meni silk finished suspended worth 25c 15o t llul seamless black sox only9eMens heavy mixed cotton soc others ask you lOoa pilr our price 2 pale for 15c a A 1ft1lllIesLadles nil wool rainy day skirt 193 Another MK shipment of ladles klj gloves J4 worth flOO our lJc and Joe tla wool actual value of h200 paira incnn pants goods 12 will title week nt fiStI tHoys knee jianla 10o Uoy lone pants In jeans 8o j4 t Mens all wool doeakln jeans penis as lung as 00 1 they last OOc X Mens lnglo and double breasted cutaway tf worsted wilts only 408 4 fens fancy worsted suit straight and round of cut worth 750 our JlrhcM4USStacks of now spring suite aro In u r day at prices that surprise Our line of sample shoes 2i and aud 12 wllleoll as long as they youtOno lot of childrens school II they are worth double the Special reduction In our line of Mens Show Dont forget to look aL our line of captU and matting0 4 44r ftX When you lire ready to do your houio cleaning remeuibgr that Wilhcri carries tho IngMl and tint atsotmculof arpets MattiNgs Rugs Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frame r J And an up todnte line of FUIt bargainjthe house at a cE3 PiICE3 J We Are not ocieys therefore a Lady or Gentl man can crone Into my house and find prices tight If the goods lire what they want Cuitomen from adiitanco will find this stock to none In Central Kentnoty trondIW W Withers t I and SOlBthingHNBW I IT WILL WORK EASY After a deal t Jtided to try tho Popular Wither and can truthfully fa11t iMlio greatest Invention of the kind made The price at lint w conInctdMM K J BROWN FOil 8ALU BYVGEO H FARRIS16 CO JflffiBS BRYE rushonv III Ry Has an Elegant Lino of New CARPETS MATTING RUGS t Ami the Greatest llIeIS2OO S3SO Ladies Shoes at 50C andIBoys Shoe at 75i Former Price 11 60 I Mens 300 and 500 Shoes at 150 lIt will pay you to buy them whether you need them now or not Tako Advantage Of The Great Sacrifice SaleWhich Is still going on nt THU HAOKET STORErCLOTHINCMene SUItK worlh flii oow f2US Men nil wool eulle worlh now708Youthsdrens three piece suits from 85o to f250 Ibis line suits all IIZe1 going III Mens 2 now 9 1000 pair besizes oSHOEaSMess fSecheap nt4cp48c all Shoes m tO3cp i soldtShoe from 60c to250 Childrens Shoes from 20o to 8125 Hone Rubbers sizes for lOo a pair niens night shirts worth tl t now lOc mlns fine now lOCi wool fleece underwear worth fl now I3e fine top shirts for 39c menI calicoesfruruladies handkerchief silks satins etc at slaughtering prices Thousands of other bargains will bo bold which I havent plce to mention Conic and seo for yourself The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Qlntburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANTOIIU KY MAIICII 8 1001 i OUil prescription work la unsurpass ed Try ua and bo convinced Pennys Drug Storo PERSONALS r Oil J U OW8IBY bat been for leyerBI day TUB MlBkoa Francis will entertain tho Charade Club tonight Mils II C PAUitia Id having a great deal of troublo with her eyes Mils JOHN P JoNKBnnd son Klllott have been III but are butter Mite F A MEItsIioN and daughter Miss Uolle havo both been BORN to the wile of Dr I S War 1 ren a son Sotueri et Republican MIss 1LOIU NCI MYKIIB Is back from a visit to relatives In Madison IlPV J W IIAOIN will spend next week with his parents In Shelby coun vty MISS MYUTLK UUUHES Is In Clncln f f nnll attending the Conservatory of Mu alo EDITOR EDGAR S AUIIUOHT of Mt Vernon was hero a short while Tues dayMiss LAURA CARTER spent some tune with Mlea Leo Uobbllt la Dan HKNHY LAMMKIIS has returned from a trip to Colorado Richmond Register Mus JAMES I HAMILTON of Lan I castcrwason yesterdays train en routo to Memphis CattIJtOy No- bk MR AND MRS HOIIACK BROWN of Cincinnati arrived yerlcrday to visit nOD Harvey Holm COLUMiifft MAKCUM und Mlis Mary Della Ware of Pulaskl are Rucitu at Mr Samuel Bluhopf- O W KDWAltDS who was a juror In tpncutf TUB Ladles Aid Society of tb- on Presbyterian church will meet with Mr J B Paxton this afternoon at 3 oclock PlIILMI K KKJII who married Mils Ppxlo Pennlngton of this place has been plrcn a clerkship la the revenue a office at Danville JOHN TJ BLANKKNSIII1 tbo Livings ton lightning contractor builder und furniture dealer was hero with old friends yesterday MANAOCK FRITTER of tho Western r Union at Lexington and Operator Cooper Bro over to testify in Ii damage suit against tbo company Mils GUSSIB Piliuurrs was called to Franklin by tho death of her father inlaw Mr U B Pbllltppi wbu was found dead In his stable lot DR AND MRS J C CARlKNTKR ro turned yesterday from their trip East They camo via Washington and wit I ncsscd Inaugural exercises DR STKKIK BAILEY has made sev era visit to Corbln to ace the llttlo child of Mr and Mrs J J Hngan who Is very III of tubercular meningitis MOItUIH FRKU has engaged U G CrutohUold of McKlnnoy an experi enced miller to assist him In tbo Par IDOl Roller Mills Mr C will move his family to this place MRS SUSAN WARREN fell Wednes day breaking her nose and wrist and badly bruising and cutting her faco t She is very old and it is feared that the accident will shorten her days TUG Kentucky press will lose a capl cal man and the ncrvlco gain competent ono when Harry Olovannoll goes t Washington to bo private Scerotar for Commissioner Ycrkea Tho ap- r polntment was announced yesterday Ho will bo succeeded on tho Advocate by Mr Owen Mcintyre LOCALS HAVE your photo made at Mies Su cray FIELDS Minstrel at Waltpns Op era House March 21 J U BAUOHMAN L Co will sell you bay and feed of oil kinds zit almost reduaa HUDSON Duos of Louisville will buy JOO cavalry horses good mules and walking horses at Beazloy Droll stable hero next MondBYItw THK motion for10 u cent addition al damage In tho suit of Powell ve Alcorn was overruled by tho court of appcafa Wednesday READ A E Gibbons ad In anoth er column Ho carries a largo lino of both Imported and domestic wallpaper faints Oils Varnishes Window Gin S and Painters supplies Call on him when In Danville iALETTER from Dallas Texas tells of the death of Mrs Lucy A Lucas Who was a Miss Vardcman of this county nnd was born at Crab Orchard In 1834 She moved from this county to Coney and thonco to Texas THE Lincoln County Medical Society will convene hero nt 1030 Tuesday morning when Dr C M Thompson of j Klngsvlllo will read a paper on th Etiology Pathology and Treatment of Pleurisy Somo Important bust ness la to be transacted t Pf UPTODATB tinting dune at Miss Su craya It Bio reduction on buggy robes to close winter stock J C McClary It FIFTYTURKU republicans are scram bung altar elx county ofllces In Casey CHATTANOOOA Chilled Plow Bud all kinds of Harness Gao H Farris ft Co e jiYK nro making very close prices on Groceries Ac for 10 days Warren k Shanks ROYAL tailoring adoring tailor ed right See samples at Cummins L McClarys 2t BARGAIN hand Doub lo Geared corn crusher Higgins ft MoKlnnoy 2t A PEW days more of cold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J U Baughman L Co OWING to a lgbtchange In the unto Al G Fields Minstrels will not bo with us till tho 21st recom1mended and tbo president will doubtless act at a4C0nyy PII EMS =Samuel Pholps aged died at jits homo near Highland Tues day of grip and was burled at Pleasant Point church Wcdnciday He was formerly of Tennessee IT has developed that Eugono Faulk ncr who Is to bo bossed In Texas for pouring 011OD n drunken man and burning him so badlv that bo died U fron Harrison county this State TUB Crab Orchard Minstrel and Comedy Co will give one of their de lightful performances at College Hall drab Orchard tomorrow Saturday night Admission 1C and 2i cents Go and eDjoyyourseU MRS HANNAH L STKUEIC will do dmssmaking at tho homo of Mrs Marl Bronaugh A liberal portion of the patronage of the ladles of Stanford Is respectfully solicited Prices reaeona blo Work done In the latest and most fashionable styles Flu guaranteed 2t MWAS IT A BLUKK A dispatch says The general Impression In Cincinnati that tho Southern railway will secure lease of the Cincinnati Southern on the terms proposed by President SpeD cer If this proved to be tbo race tbo extension from Burgle to Jclllco will notbo made- S1foIcEitoCs EuG Wash Singletons smokehouse burned tbo other day and his house near It came near being destroyed Tbo omokohouso contained all of hili meat and Blot of flour corn fie There was no Insurance and tho loss falls heavily on Mr Single ton who bad his homo near Creek burned only a year or ao ago TUB gentlemen names in the list of olllccr to servo la the primary of March lath have been agreed on by the candidates and Cbalr man R C Warren and Scorctary W S Burcb ask us to Insist on their serving They nro all good men and It Is not strange to us that the various candidates are willing to put their cases In their hands TUB trustees of the graded school elected Saturday met Bt Supt Garland Singletons olllco Tuesday afternoon and organized by electing Dr W OBannon president and Geo LPcnn secretary Col W G Welch and Dr W N Craig woro chosen for the long toor ReynoldY s o moro trustees are to bo electoJ You should not miss tbo entertain moat to ho given at Alcorns Opera House Huitonvlllo by the Afro American Vaudeville Co on Thurs day evening March 14 Two hours ol solid fun and tbo biggest opportunity of tb3 ago to see a big show See an hear tbo quartette and dont fall to seethe beautiful Creole Octoroon anti Cu ban girls plekanlnlcs c The whole to conclude with a grand cake walk la which professionals only will tako part The company which carries 68 people makes nd small towns but con sented to let 10 of Its best performers play HustonvIIlc Every act good and no objeotlonal featuresIt CIRCUIT COURT Robert Wilson charged with raping Miss Salllo Grab tree on trial when wo wont to press penItentloryjury early Wednesday afternoon bu a verdict was not reached until 030 yesterday Wilson has served two fuecaso us to make n third conviction a life eon tcnco and bo will servo only the time given Tho case of William Clymor also charged with raping Miss Crab tree was called yesterday morning aud tbo following jury was secured J H Bright J R Hales James Milburn W P Robinson S C Thurmond II C Walter George D Hopper O P Huffman J U Engloman W T Smith B K Ball Josh Jones Tho cage will take up mot of today TueedstIndict manta CLOTHES Wringers at Geo II Farris Cos with a fiveyear guarantee It CANDIDATES wishing sample ballots will sell on Chairman It C Warren READ George H Farris fc Cos ad vertisement It will Interest ouIt DESIRAHLE residences and lots 10 Stanford for sale Apply to W P Walton It THE latest ala a Cast Range with steel ovens ii per cent saving In fubl G H Farrls ft CoItWHEN In aloe your horse to I M Bruce livery stable In the Old Christian church on Depot street where ho will bo well cared for Good livery rise at reasonable pricesIt TUB Danville Advocate contends that It Is Dicks River and glues an disputeJudge t thatheyago Even tho father of his country was shy on orthography In days Tit Tot Snow has been rumor ed In and about Hustonvlllo that the OperaRousewish to state that It Is firtclBBs in oven and the pick of a compa y of 68 highpriced actors who made such towns as Cincinnati Louisville and Chicago Any ono attending this show and Is not satisfied I will gadly and willingly return his or her money storoLowlsLIST of election office to servo lathe primary of March 10th GeoWnodW T Saunders sheriff John H En gleman challenger Stanford No 2J H McAlister A FoeterclerkJchallenger ThosDudderarGeorge Martin sheriff T D Nowlaud No 4T L Sbolton E T Pence judges James Dalton clolc ThomaMartin AJJohn Sutton sheriff Jack Hayden challengerCrab No 2S A Middle ton Samuel Chandler judges W A Keazley clerk James flay sheriff R II Bronaugh challenger Wavnesburg NotII II Singleton F B Howard Judges n Y Ballard sheriff W F Camden clerk S P Gooch challenger HensloyDonliT Wallace W Walter clerk J T Drown challenger Waynesburg No 3John Haujrh C B McGuffoy judges Green Acton sheriff D R Adams clerk TIm W Hutchison challenger Ilustonvlllo No 1 James MoAlIU sSaodldgoheriffHughes challenger NrSims judges W G Cowan sheriff E J Tanner clerk J R Routt challen garr Uustonvllla No 3 James T Martin J F Cover judges John Hubble sheriff James N Cash clerk Robert Nunnclley challcnecr THIS AND THAT Mrs Thomas Floyd of tho Mt Olive section of Casey died a few days since W W Lyon loft this week for Atlan ta with abother car load of horses DepotPostmasterat London Tbo Louisville Commercial and Dis patch aro to ba combined and will bo republicany stores tho post oRlcc hotel and two tobacco factories at Llntoo Tries county The Burgle Record has secured Woodson May formerly of Perryvllle as local editor and solicitor Flvo Kentucky Congressmen said a sad farewell to Washington this week Berry Turner Gavle Pugh and FItz Patrick They will hardly be missed A poslofllco has been established Ward t Pulaskl county with J H Cooper postmaster and ono at Bandy same county with S B DeBord post master suitdalleged blackmail etc In the compll cared transaction involving himself and Denver capitalists A weakminded man threw a stone striking Emperor William of Germany on tho check while tho Kaiser wa riding In a carriage In Berlin Th wound is painful but not serious Tho man was captured MATRIMONIAL B K Halloway of Pulaski and MIll Louisa ODear of this county were married at Thomas ODears yesterday Roy Ball and MIss Carrlo N Dtaesa were united In wedlock holy bonds tho St Asaph Hotel Wednesday Tho ladytof todo citizen of Garrard Rev J W Hugln performed tho ceremony Wm F Champ of Paint Lick and Miss Ileaalo McCluro of Rookcastlo worn married at Mr A H Severance by lieu J W Hagln yesterday Tho brldo Is tho pretty and accomplished daughter of Judge G W McClure nnd the groom is a prosperous young mer chant CHURCH MATTERS Tho Catholic population of Louis ville Is 45000 Rev J W Haglnd subject Sunday Is Doing Gods WlllovonlngChrlst Claims for Himself MarYk edict church at Mcntlcello last week Ho will bo 00 years old this year KINGSVILLE Farmers hero have decided to post pone gardening for awhile J EyerBrd Crelghton went to Lox Ington a fow days since where bo telegraphyMiss school this week on account of the so MaryElizabethtlon of her father J A McKee Miss Ellen Cbovoletto one of Kings vllles very attractive young ladles entertained a number of her friends last Friday evening Mrs Taylor ren tiered some very sweet solos on the guitarYour correspondent Is Inclined to thank the court for the requisition of her presence as It resulted in aq extremely pleasant visit to the family of Mr Cicero Reynolds Our visit ter minated Sunday when wo were accom panied homo to the terIble llltlo city of about 50 inhabitants by Miss Sue Rout and Mr L D Reynolds Confession Is said to bo good for the soul but we find It very hard to confess our mistakes sometimes Howev er we must corrects statement mado In our last which If not a grievous er ror is nevertheless a mistake We said that Misses Bollo and Lucille G Johnson bad returned from an extend ed volt to relatives at Louisville Jet fersonvillo and Frankfort whereas they did not return until Saturday and wo trv to bo so accurate too Mr Carrie Shelton of Rowland Is expected here this week to volt her mother Mrs Pearls anti other rela tives Daniel Hester Is talking of mov ing to his farm near Stanford Miss Bessie Baslln of Ewoll Is the guest of 1Mrs W R Cundlff Mr and Mrs D P DInccn and children of Somerset are the guests of her mother Mrs B C Pennybacker E D Carey and Waco Waters after a few days visit to their friends here have returned to their work at Georgetown Jerry Baker of Hurnldo has returned after a brief visit to his son Assessor C G Baker Mrs George Love suQcrcd a paralytic stroke but her condition is somewhat Improved at this writing Dr Allen of Somerset was tho guest of Miss Ger trude Pennybacker TO WHOMIT MAY CONCERN byUOliver Chilled flow an the Decrlnp Hinder Is superior to the cradle W O COWAN J OOODE S M OWENS Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be la D nfllleWedneelarejandFridays Will U In Stanton TueuUji Thursday and Sat urday Office In the IVnnlnglon Uulldlng3Unf Uf fits hours 1 to AIIj to r OSTEOPATHY Thli Science orlilnatcd and det eloped ly fDr A T Still of Ktrkirllle Mo depends on the irlnclplea of Anatomy and lhT lology for its re no rubbin- gnasurldalopentlonsaodcWme bins supers naturalO Tlewi OliO u a machine of to many parUilukernoteli adjuitiuent When all parts ate properly and not overworked health b the result Some ol the diseases treated by us Nervous Prostration Headache Neuralgia ItheuutatUm Catarrh Weak Eyes Oranulated Lids Mollie pearl Ijrer and Lung Diseases Constipation llles Hall Stone Enlarged lr06Itall Stow JolouSplaalCunalureslShloatloosBllaJolnU I Incontinence Ataz ConsulUtload Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmers Dank A Truit Cowpan and under sates management ously for 34 Yean Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such business relations will prove mutua IT benelldal and pleu out Tons J Iaxtou IN Menefee CarpenterrJ E Lynn S H Shank J F Cub J 11 0ilOFFICERS S U Shanks President 41era Aut Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK- OF STANFORD KY CipiUltosk 150000 Surplus 10000 lnsthntlonorlglnallyataUlLhalulhslhat posit Bank of Stanford In then reorganized II the National Hank ofSUntord In ISM andagali eorganlud u the First National hank of Stanforc n I8S2 hat bad practically an uninterrupted exist nco for years It Is better supplied now wilt hcllltles for transacting business promptly and rally than rer before In Its long anti honoiab ruse Accounts ol IndlTlduali Bdnclarle ant tnIiiduals solicited O1RKCTOK F Reid Lincoln Cof JW Hayden Stanlor STnarrlt 8 U Baughman J SHocker TrHllI WP Walton W A Tribble J H ColllerCrlb Orcbd Jas Itoblnson Hubble MCBtuore Stanford orrtcxas J S UofVer PraUeal J J McUoUrU CaihUr IWall Paper Parlor J 3 Importedand0 the cheapest to the most expensive thing made We have the paper pricesWePaints Oils Varnishes Window Glass And PAINTERS SUPPLIES Lowest Market IMco Kwpectful- lyS L GIBBONS DanvilleMAIN STREET 1Stt II 1J JIi 17 tI R tj i1 0s Q pt 1 8 ruto dsayrd e WepeMA e f4eapN YefYS eyfey ry Ss H New Goods 3 is 4 i 9 a ID V J Are Now Coming In Daily 1 li ItCl0 thtS 3 l i Furnishing Goods IA f aI Trunks Suit Cases Mclntoshes 6 1i 4 Slickers Ladies Gents and f r ji 0 Childrens Shoes ICji i1IJICall and See Them ito ith c 1 H J MeR 1hIt FtL11rt7rVj f U i 4 ci 1 ka ystes K t e 0h c i ocw T1eJ4o 4w f ifDi ih Ia 6r P1fJ r liIilio 1futl II 3II J f I i rj IiSons who are showing i1lots of New and Season r fIit11IIEMiiii g Jj Spring Styles e IN GENTLEMENS SntLlTsc Just open and on sale this week BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS And Artistically Cut See them before you buy SOC to 150 Jno PO Jones Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and ElocutionJExcellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE S 8ADPLEY Im BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Itosci Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Oar den Prh es right as we pay no agents but sepi direct to tho planter General nursery and special strawberry catalogue on cation to II F IIILLENSIEYE- Rriionol0 Lexington Ky S FRUlTTBFtOS MOKELAND KY Furniture And Under takingr 1 4 ITHE INTERIOR JOURN lsblslaaTusap mod rote 1 PER YEAR CASH WIIn not to paid8J3QO will be cllareed Entered n the post offlce at Stanforc a eoonddoM matter BRODHEAD Our marshal J E Wallln and his deputy Max Tyree were kept busy Suurday looking after some of the bola who had made a trip to Crab OrchardThe Palmer a prohibition lecturer for the 8th Congressional district delivered a very Impressive lecture at the Christian church last Friday night and If our people would vote tbey talk the prohibition party would get a Rood vote In our town next election Misses Kittle Simpson and Annlo t Austin of Lancaster Save been spend log a few days with their friend our accomplished teacher Miss Helen Thurmond Rev A J Pike went to Hayavllle Saturday and returned Monday He reports a One tlmo Bro Pike says bo has some good members In HayvUlo church Mrs Della Perkins of Bee Llck and Dr Luthera of that locality eloped to Louisville Monday night and wero married Mrs Perkins Is the widow of Dr Perkins of lice Lick and Is a very amiable lady Dr Luthora Is said to be a fine physician They have the good wishes of the many friends Mrs Luthers hay In our town R L Brown of Mt Vernon was In town last week W L Monk of Llv irifjaton spent Friday with our mer chants J C McClary of Stanford stopped a short time with us on his return from the burial of John McClat who was burled at the McClary cemetery J Thomas Cherry one of our most cnergotto merchants went to Lou lavllle Monday night Miss Susie HII ton Is back at her old stand behind thu counter at J Thomas Cherrys store Miss Susie Yaden Is visiting friends and relatives at Rowland this veek Miss Dolpba Collyer who has been detained from her school on account of her mother biro Mary Collyer belnJr sick returned to Mt Vernon and re entered school Monday Horace Benton the doctorti brother entered school at Ml Vernon Monday He bad just returned from one session at Mt Sterling Miss Bcrta Hilton lato of Lancaster came up Saturday to call on homo folks and was escorted by Mr Batson of Lancaster Mr Ben Pike and Miss Bettle Hendrickson went to Preachersvllle Saturday Wm Lun ford who has been very sick for a few weeks la reported better MIDDLEBURG Uncle Brice Edwards has moved to Brush Creek Rev George Green will preach at the Baptist church Sunday Ho aDd Mrs Green will movu back to the par nonage about May 1 Rev P A Gillum tilled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Bro G and wile are boarding at J T Shorts at Yo l Jsemita the doctors have not all escaped the clutches of grip Dr J M Hl ney was confined to his room sevarr days last week Luther Russell w ho was ao near the point of death for nearly three weeks Is now thought to out of danger Walter Carter it also improving The little son of C E Jones Is still very low l The republican primary la gcttt r warm indeed Candidates are scour Ing the woods and aro shaking every bush In their effort It Is appare that Capt M G Raines will get tho nomination for county judge The bosses dont want the captain and are uslog ovary means fair und otherwise lode feat him and It Is remarkable how well bo la holding his own It is general conceded that Capt Raines has a good record but somo of the leaders of his party say ho obtained It by the help of democratsIt circulated throu hon tthe county that a number of democrats here will not support Senator FarrleJI the final election should be recclv the nomination I have talked to J S McWborter and W P Keenoy two of the democrats referred to and they say there Is no truth wbatevor In the report Mr MoWhorter Is an entbui no Farris man and will vote for him In the primary Mr Kecney Is also a Farrls man but has not vet decided to take part In tho precinct convention on April 6th lam sure no democrat here will refusa to vote for either Mr Far- rIs or Mr Ltllard la the final election and democrats with the Interest of the party at heart will not manufacture and circulate these reports A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN I have no hesitancy In recommending Chamberlains Cough Hemedy says F P Moran wellknown and popular baker of Petersburg VaeWe have given It tobur children when troubled with Lad coughs l1sO whooping cough and It has 1 always given perfect satisfaction It was recommended to mo by a druggist as the teat cough medicine for children as It contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by Craig A Hocker Druggists Tbreo murders aro committed every hour In the United States Last year hero was a legal execution every 80 hours If three murders are committed every hour and one murderer hanged every 80 hours how long will It take for our redbanded fellowzens to create a majority for themselves The shed ding of human blood Is already one of the protected Industry of this country Glasgow Times r n DANVILLE Burglars entered Soaya ttoro at Perryvltle Sunday night and carried oT somewhere In the neighborhood of 840 or 850 worth of clothing shoes otc The Boyle county court has granted tbo congregation of tho Baptist church the privilege of using tho circuit courtroom for worship while the now ehurcb Is building the Baptists to pay all expenses Incurred by such use The county levy for the coming year was fixed at35Jc lie for current expenses lOo for road purposes and HIo for Interest on pike bonds The poll tax was put at 150 R S Nioho was reelected county treasurer at a salary of e150 a year L A Martin keeper of the poorbouse was allowed 043 Sheriff Coulter was settled wltb and pike coupons to the amount of el 600 destroyed The firm of Rowland fe Woodcook has been dissolved E S Rowland re tiring Tbo business will bo continued by W P Woodcock tho junior mot bar The dissolution was caused by the acceptance by Mr Rowland of the agency of four largo New York bOU811S which will necessitate his removal to St Louis Advocate To The Democrats of Stanford Magisterial District I desire to toll each and all of jou that I am a candidate for magistrate 01 the Stanford district and that I will appreciate your support or anything you may do for me My health Is such tbat I can not get around tosee all tho voters but I trust they will not forget me when voting tlmo comes It Is uncle for mo to add that I have been a democrat all my life and that I am still one ready and willing at all times to do aU- In my power for the cause I have had eight years experience as police judge of Rowland and although appeals have been taken I have never bad one of my eclslons reversed I merely mention this to show that my judgment can not be considered wholly worthless WILLIS BARNETT AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W Waltl of South Gardiner Mo sayshI have had tho worst cough Idchills and grip and havo taken lots of rash of no account but profit to vendor lamberlaini Cough Remedy Is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used only one bottle of it nnd- the chills coM and grip have all left me I congratulate the manufacturers of an- honest medicine For sale by Craig e locker Druggists At Bardstown Miss Annette Haydon- was awarded the sum of 5000 damages atnst the L and N Railroad Company for Injuries sustained In the wreck at tho Gap ln the Knobs which occurred December 24 1809 Stlt OF 01110 City OP TOLIDO I 1VC4S BANKJ CIIRNL rmIEesosththathe Is stntoi parlnerolthe firm tfFJ CIUXEV A Cot doing uilnes City ot Toledo county Stall MM arm will My the turn of NF IIIJNDICEU DULLAILS for each and eery cueloICATiBltii thai Clnlot be cured b7 the UK of IALLS CATARBII CelL FIIAXK J CIIUKY Sworn to before nio and lutxrcibeil In ji1 rlea- pnce thliCth day of December A U 1886 A W OLEASOJf 8KALjNotary Public dills Catarrh Cure la taken tDternillr and acll- dlrectl7 the blood and mucous luruces oUb- eIum Bend for laotlmonlablINll CO Toledo 0 Sold dlnvglll 75e Hall Family Illli ate tie best County Judge JAS P BAILEY JD SWOPE For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN G C DAKER J M CARTER 8r GEO 8 CARPENTER- T J HILL For Jailer JOHN C PEPPLES GEO A EUBANKS- J H RAINES W HERRIN DINK FARMER- E D KENNEDY For Assessor CHARLES L CROW WM LANDGRAF JOE T EMBRY SAMUEL M OWENS GUS McCORMACK CHARLES L DAWES- M G REYNOLDS For Representative ANDREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH School Superiiitendeii GARLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE McKINNEY Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLA- RDMagistrate JA DUDDERAR C S ROGE- RSCATTLE LOST I A dark brown to elect left the Ipfilns farm In the FAst End of Lincoln and n light red twoyearold steer left the L W Olrens farm for Inlorma Lion lending to their T W KINXEY Junction City Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams k Co cure cure- orhoraeeandymulrafflicted with Fistula tllevll Scratches Saddle Bolls Bard and Soft Enlargement Heel t temper Rc For sale by W B Melteb- erts druggist Stanford K Humphrey Wbertyi U Thompson KlngsTllle A Intivllle Caldwell Ky F HComptonMlllcUgCTlire Opo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg Clure Tarneravillo J H Vanhook McKln- y RDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices A P BruceH C Bright BRUCE BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY Wo extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us when to Danvllle and look over our Big Line of Vehicles l The Largest and Best Assorted Stock In Central Kentucky All Oouiht For Wish in Car Lots anti Prices Are Right Too 11 D Bruce Will nave Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleased to lice his friends at all time Ike G Adler has charge of our Harness Department whlcb is an assurance you can buy the test Hand Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respectfully BRUCE BRIGHT Clearance Sale I Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky OUR CLEARANCE SALE ON SLIPPERS Begins March I0th Regardless ofValue They must go 50c and 100 catches the line up to 3 Come early and choice Continu ing through March 151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 Irbucklei Co lice 12Jc not more than gl worth of sugar and coffee at this price This advertise This sale is formerchant scheme toIB an honest ant and not a 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 our stock In the next 30 days to make room for spring goods J PIANO FOR SALE A Kino Upright Cabinet Orand Plano at a bargain Apply at lull attic Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable residence ot ten room with necessary outbuilding Includl Ice house and stable with largo garden attached Tho property It centrally locale In llustonvlllo In at once For terms apply to Mlxs II V Logan flue tonvllle or LatonU Ky FOR SALE I A Chance of A LIfe Time I Entire Stock of GCl1clallIclchnl1dise Store House and Lot For Sale or will sell my stock nnd rent slot louao and lot Ileat stand In Lincoln Co L V 3TEKLE HCHTUXVIUK Kr NEW LIVERY STABLES W BtnUtE k sm Prors JUNCTION CITY KY r IritClans Turnouts at lleasonable Itatc Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale PREACIIERSYILLE INSTITUTE rREACIIFIlSYIILE KY The rsteadon of this school will ops Jan 11901 Our coupe of study lies com lete as that found In tho ordinary hlg- lschoolincludingkitchen garden and kinder garteD In the Irlmarr department Tt1I common school branches higher Mathe malice Sciences Lna and the Bible For further particular nddrea J O McKEB Principal J+ G + MCGbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalearln 8A1 NESS SADDLES SO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYST- JKDEETASEBS DKALKM III Furniture 9Inttius8Ru And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUO To The Democrats of Llrjco County At a meeting of the Domocmtlc Count Committee held In Stanford Ky on Mot day Jan 14 1001 Urn following reaolutli were adopted ordering a primary Hcctl to bo held on Saturday tho 18th day of March 1901 to nominate democratic cundl bo yowl for the NovemberoIuuctlun100- 1Itssobycu hat That a primary eloctl boilold In the various voting precinct In Lincoln county on Salurdayte 10th duy of March next between the hours of 0 a and p m for the purpose of nomlnatl candidates for the following olllccs to be voted for at tho regular Norumlior oluctk 001 to wits County Judge County Ottlrk County Attorney tiherllT Jailer County Superintendent of School County Surveyi Bsossor for the County Coroner Juatlcnot tho Peace and Const al In each of the four magisterial districts of Lincoln count- ytt80LID2d That each person dcMrli to become a candidate at said primary dice Lion for any of the oniecs licrclntnfo named shall on or before 12 oclock noon cn the lit day of March IDOl notify tho halrman of tho County Committee of his itentlon to become a candidate and PLY to- tho Treasurer of this committee tho full mount of tho UMoaiincnt required of each candidate to defray the riccesitary and and proper expenses of holding said prIma- ry JtESOLVED Sd That at taid jirimar eclion all trsonf possessing the ntctuar ItJ1I1 qualifications of voter ore demo cral and in honor bound to 1- part the nomincft thereof without reference to an qtiettiont about trnci democralt llale Stale or notional polities are ordiallyferitedareerpeckd and are tn- titkd to rote election HKSOrVXDlth That all minors a rf democrat and tcho will become ofaye rfure the Koreinlxr election 1901 pro ose to support the nomiiwft thereof are entitltd to rote miid primary ltrsorvri 5th That each candidate tor- iha following olllcos shall pay the following amounts In order to have hi name printed uJIOu the ballots and to be voted for at salt primary election Oountv Judge t0 00 horns 3500- County Attorney 40 00 ountyClerk 4000- flounty Superintendent ol schools 40 au A lessor 2000- Jailer is preHcntatlve for tbo s 00 That said primary election hall be hold under and conducted In strict Iccordanco with tho laws of this Common wealth regulating and controlling tho conduct of primary elections W BDoncil RO WAnntK Secretary Cbalrman m 0 0 m 0000G00 I NEW FIRM J I U 0U0 p Having Mr sold A a M Pencethe new buslncM will bo conducted under p s m tho firm name of C CMSOtt JDEtE+ We will keep in stock at nil times a handsome lino of 0 1 Buggies carriages Harness o Also Farming Implements In addition we wit handlo all klndi of 0grain etc Hoping you will favor tho now firm with your patronage l remain Ileapt Yours 0 w W A CARSON o Uor cooooooo oooooooo S oooooooooclo eW oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 10 CHINN FRYE S o g o Brokers Io 0- o o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky S 0 o o Stocks Bonds Cotton GrainogProvisions and Investment Bought and Soldoo 0o 0 o o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly 0 gexecuted0 Bank and Commercial Reference Distance Telephone 310 0 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo u ar Just Received 1 Our Stock of New Spring Shoes TH E t ECLIPSE Manufactured by Hel t mers Betman Co is the greatest market 350 shoe on tFor Style Material and Workminthlp they rn not be excelled W E PERKINSIt Crab Orchard Ky I New Goods New Firm 1 And Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Kind I Everything Perfectly Fres And you luna a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will J bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see ui I W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street vN 1till1N4 1N111 N V NiWo lIavo a Full Line of 0 Ledgers Journals Day and Cash Books For the NowiYetr Good Goods at Low PrIce Pennys Drug Store NO2L 1ti The soutnern mutual investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY INSURANCE REVER SET 1 We pay while you live Old Linc Companies pay when you die Which do you prefer V Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus +00000 Paid in Maturities in September 1 Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G this j tin Special Agent Bnulfordsville Ky W B fflcROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest of Drugs and Sundries At Lowest Prices f