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I i I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i fVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 22 1901 9AM NO8 L IMIDDLEBURG i Tho lick aro all Improving Mies Lula Demon will visit her undo at fcYnnkiln III about April let Charity McWhortcr bougbt20sboala of Joseph Cribble and Wallace Evans of Grove at Sic JteubeDStatoDCC Jones W J f Godby and E K Kolsay are tho officers of tho election hero Dr J M Ilanoy le building a neat j and commodious olllcc which wilt add to the appearance of College Street Ethol MoWhorlcr who wool to Illl note three weeks ago to mateo bit borne returned Thursday He saga thu weather woe too zorooy out thuro for him n Tbo democratic primary In Mncoln may have been hot but the republican primary In Casey la already hotter nod bide fair to reach the superlative degree boforu tho end Damocrats are taking no part except to clap their hand and yell Sic em Tlfre Joseph Gribble of the Grove section was hero a few days ago and told ua of his exciting experience with lire tome lima elnco lie laid when Intrude hli farm It went through by leaps To save fencing was out of the question and hli effort wore directed toward saving hls buildings lie and Mm Grlbblo fought the flumes for nearly 21 hour without eating or stooping before safety wen assured lie had about 300 panncli of fence burned and f t li a great wonder that hie house and barn wore saved MATRIMONIAL Mrs Itatio Adams of Lotcher coun ty U seeking divorce after three weeks of married life James II Heath aged 17 and Mitt Qottln Abraham 20 wore married at IMlttIlIarrlolo Abraham Wednesday T II James and Mis Mamto Reed W W Scay und Miss Ethel Goatley eloping couple from Springfield were married at the Commercial louse llarrodsburg Wednesday morning at 0 oclock having driven all night to reach that point Urltlol which It half In Tenncstee l and half In Virginia Is shortly to have a novel celebration Rev Alfred II Uurroufbi will marry hU tbouiandth couple since that place became a Grot na Green In the opera house the occa stun to bo made a big demonstration s MI i Lena Ialtho 30 a trained nurse was awarded 1100 by a jury In the suit for 5030 against Charles W Riling 61 a wealthy real estate agent for breach of promise icing asked If Rising had ever kissed her the assum ed a very dramatic air and said Only on the hand and cheek no roan ever kissed these lips Mr J It Uoswcll of Shelby county was married to Mle Annie Plckolt at Mr Wm Severances Wednesday morning Rev J W Haglo perform 110Jt tbo ceremony Miss Ilokett was visiting her sister Mrs Sever aoco and although the family had made omo preparation lor It the mar rtagc was a genuine surprise to Mite rickctts friends She made a number of friends during her visit here and there aro several young men who beard with regret that she had become Mr Doswell The brldo Is an exceed ingly bright handsome lady whllo tbo gentleman who won her la ono of Shol by countys mOil successful young farmers They drove to Junction City after the ceremony where they took the train for borne Mr Hart Ilckett brother of tbo bride came up from I Flnchvlllo to attend the wedding To Follow Democrats I It la needless tar me to toll you that 1 was defeated Saturday for the noml o nation for jailer Rod It ought to bo just as useless to say that I urn far the- straight democratlo ticket for you ull know that lam neither a scratcher nor a bolter but stories lire afloat and I take this method of setting myself straight In tbo eyes of tho people Not only am for Mr Herrln who defeated me but I am ready and willing to do what I can to help elect every man on tbo splendid ticket nominated I am profoundly thankful for tbo good work t my did for mo und although It a little early I want to toll them and the root of the democrats of Lincoln forvthat I ask their support If I dlo in the meantime I have norao good demo cratic boys who would fill out my un expired term with credit DINT FARMER t AN HONEST MEDICINE lOn LA GRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gardiner Mo says I hove had tho worst cough coldchllls lI grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy la tbo only thing that hasdono any good whatever I have used only one bottle of It and the chills cold and griplhave all left me I congratulate the manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by Craig A Hooker Druggists U A Capllnger a student In a local business college was arrested at Lox Ington charged with the murder of John of Stnlthvllle Decall coun ty Tonn LAND STOCK CROPS ETC The Newport races begin April Gand last 45 days t Wm Cloyd sold to Harry Lockrldge u pair of mules for 17- 6HAY100 bales of good timothy bay for sate at 60a per bale Mark tlardtn Five hundred bales of Timothy hay or sale J S Owsley Sr Stanford Ky Mark lIardl bought of E II Beaz boy a lot of sows at 4ic aud loven shoats for 81 Jesse Martin bought 15 sheep from Claude Rogers sit 15 7libeadWood ford Sun i Tom Wllllnraa hat bought the Ingle side and Tanforan race tracks near San Francisco for 1600000 Garry Herrmann the Derby favor Ito wont a mile In 148 at Churchill Downs Louisville the other day At Dr Lawwolla sale In Doyle 30 thrco ycar old feeders sold at 11702 and Pulled Auges cattle 111 to 463 The sale of the worlds champion trotter Tbo Abbot 2031 for 40000 to Fred Ghorken has been practically completed George W Jenkins a threeyearold by Ether and atone time thought to bo a prominent candidate for all Western Derbies has been retired to do service In a brewery wagon Tbo great match race Is off owners of the Abbot and Doralma being unable li agree on terms Scannell Is now ready to match his horse for 50000 proceeds to gotocharlty The Secretary of Agriculture esti mate that over 10000000 worth of young live stock were rayed during 1000 by the prompt use of mcdlclno for blackleg sent out by the department Thomas L wson the millionaire banker and sportsman of Boston now offers tu back floral ma against any trotting bono for 250000 the race to to be run In September the best four heats la seven Pork for delivery In May soared to 110 35 per barrel at Chicago Tuesday 260 higher than the price at the be ginning of tbo month and at the high est point since the Lipton squeeze In ribs 1000 acres of corn grass and meadow- lands to rent for balance of this year responsiblela lots to suit renter Dwelling and several tenant houses also 100 acres of growing wheat Seo display ad titer of stock personalty c A bar gain can be eccurcd by applying at once George S Shelby Shelby City Ky At Ml Sterling Monday there were about 1500 cattle on the market medi um quality Best feeding steers sold at 41 yearlings from H to Co hollers 3i to 4o cows 3 to 3io bulls 3c can nor 11 to 2c The highest price of the day was 1285 for a pair of mare mules On medium mules prices were too high for buyers to take bold so very little trading was done u CHURCH MATTERS There are more than 31 taller of ca loons In Chicago and lets than eight miles of churches Rev A D Rash died of paralysis at Winchester Ho was pastor of the Hap tlst church hero In the iOII Rev J W Haglns subject Sunday morning will be Right Use of In llucnco At night Courage of Con vlctlon Rev George W Young the eternal agitator of tbo public conscience will speak at the court house In Lancaster March 2tUb at 81111 resident E E Wood of Williams burg wrlte We have bad a most successful session of Wlllluinsburg In utttute Wo have enrolled 415 students since tho lat of January and our en tire enrollment for the year will reach about 450 Wo have had a protracted meeting during which 25 young people professed conversion The State Christian Endeavor Coo vvntlon which was to have been hold In Cynthlana In May bus been aban doned and no State convention will be hold this year Tbo reason for tbo change Is that the International Con ventlon will behold In Cincinnati In July and so many endcavorers will at tend tbo big convention It was thought that many would on this account fore go the pleasure of attending the State convention This from tho Baptist Recorder seems to be a crow over proselyting Iasor Wm Nowlin writes from Lox Ington I paptlzcd six candidates Sunday night representing five new families Three were from the Metho dists and ono from tho Presbyterians I have three other Presbyterians sev eral other Methodists and two Camp bollltcs for baptism We could have had Qve other additions If wo bad taken alien Immersion A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN have up hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran a well knnwq and popular ba ker of Petersburg Va We havo given It to our children when troubled with Lad coughs aso whooping cough and it has always given perfect satisfaction It was recommended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by tralg sit Hocker Druggists MT VERNON Ballast crushers at Sparke Quarry and Mulllnt Station will start up next week IMaoy of our merchants and citizens purchased late patent lights and the old town now puts on an Illuminated appearance at nlgnt The now lessees of the Pine Hill Skal18Creokbest coal In the mountains F L Thompson ol this place com mercial tourist for a Louisville house sold more goods lust year than any other drummer of his largo wholesale houseHenry Ramsey living In the north ern portion of tbo county Is said to have smallpox Ho lately returned ed from Corbln Thii health board has taken charge of the case Wo are Informed that the contract todayThursdaymiles of the Brush Creek Valley rail road This place has a party Interest ed In one of the bids Tbo extensive stone saw mills at Langford started up Monday und will bo kept busy until next winter Tho product from these quarries goes to Cincinnati Chicago Now York Balti more and many other cities Frank rink Mulllns who accidental Iv shot himself on Crooked Creek Is Improving Lloyd Mare bad a tall and seriously sprained his hand W R McClure and family have moved to a point near Guthrie Oklahoma In cases of sickness death sorrow despondency our good friend Jno W Drown Is a comforter Indeed Hole no respecter of station but Is prodigal In his deeds of kindness to all and In a quiet unostentatious manner Dill county who WHI In jail hero charged with forgery at nightbyprizing a brick beside a window on the second floor Four other prisoners remained Including E K Wilson who made no attempt to leave Mrs Georgia Jones is hero from Middtcxboro to see her daughter Mrs L W Belhurura who has been for two weeks The Joplin Hotel this place has been tooted by Mrs Jones of London who will take possession on Aprll 1st A daughter of John Fred rick was sent to tho reform school last week Mrs Reuben Mulllns after nursing fiyu members of the family through serious spells of sickness has Wllllamehasshe went to see hei sister Miss Clara Whllohead who had sustained a frac turn of both wrists from a fall The Injuries arc progressing favorably towards recovery Mrs Nathan School er of Paint Lick IB visiting the family of Willis Adams hero Mr B F Fu quay It hero from Mitchell Ind nursing her husband who has boor serious ly III Mr Fuquay has lumber Inter eats In the county A E Albright tolyIDning a store at Brodhead his old home and Is doing a nourishing business Mrs David Henderson continues III Mrs Theo Wesley has returned from Mlddleburg Mrs L W Dethurum Is slightly bettor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of W B Hurt of Colum his died the other day Mrs R A Burton widow of tho wellknown judge died at Lebanon Mrs Susan Dickcreon of Beuna VIe ta Garrard county Is dead aged 06 C J Cunningham has bought Owen Mclntyros Interest In the Burgln Re cordClarence Coffee of Shelby City was badly hurt by being thrown from hIs horseJamaica Is tbo name of u now port office lu Estlll and John Reese is post master Lucian B Nelson of Danvllle has been recommended for appointment as u dental surgeon in the regular army W H Kirby formerly a passenger conductor on tho K C has embarked In tho horse combination stile business InPaducabMrs hell of the Dunnvlllo section of Casey died a few days since She was a sister of Messrs Bob and Curd Williams Jim Stanley who Is charged with abandonment In Knox county was ar rested at East Berustttdl by Deputy Sherltl Hopkins but managed to cc capo The now Lodge of Elks at Danvlllo elected W G Dunlup exalted ruler W S Rowland esteemed leading knight Guy Wiseman esteemed loyal knight A C VanWInklo lecturing knight Jli Lotcher secretary F N Leo treasurer At W O Nowells sale at Somerset 20 shares of First National Bank of Meridian brought 111 a eharo and 20 moro shares brought 9200 a share The First National Bank stock of Jackson Miss brought 1200 a share Florence Ala flank stock brought tSo a share The Government bonds brought exceed ingly high prices The wife of Congressman Vincent Borelng bas appealed judgement from the Laurel Circult Court lu tho divorce suit against her husband which grunted an absolute divorce but refused all mony notwithstanding the proof that her husband has a comfortable estate Tho petition alleges that Borolng la worth 60000 and gets a salary of 5000 and asks that alimony be gi- venrteFriends of Judge W H Swlggart of Nashville are urging him to run for governor LANCASTER The lawyers are now In the midst of the argument in the Ray case B F Hudson bought of W Bur ton a lino combined sorrel horse for tl65Mr and Mrs S D Merrill willromove to the Underwood place on Wa ter street GFieldsoperahouseTho Christian Endeavor Society or ganized by Elder A R Moore now numbers over DadGeorgIeclerks in the millinery establishment of Miss Dovo Harris Tbo sum raised at tho Christian church was somewhere near tGO li Is intended to augment this amount by ad ditional subscription leftThursdayreside Mrs S A Harris U quito ill of bronchial pneumonia Mrs George Evans has been extreme LeoaBrllbtIs now somewhat Improved TIIletIndianapolisInButter Is a rare and expensive com modity In tblssccllon Some town con palataboMalcolm Tllleti and sisters are pro paring to erect a handsome brick build dwelllogThursdaylin honor of Dr Frances Woods of Io wa and Mies Laura Clay of Loxlng ton Farrllfarma number of trees are being cut down preparatory to Its cultivation In to bacco GeorlloWrllhtstook place Wednesday afternoon on tbo public square Articles brought an un usually good price Miss Dove Harris has opened up her theGarrardcomplished trimmer Mtsa Fannie Harris of Circlovllle 0 Master Joe Francis Price has return ed from a visit to Alex Francis of ofDanvlllcsister Miss Junto Shumate DlxRiverto be so low during the winter season and a number of mllle could not grind along ltd course lor lack of running water The scarcity of grass at this period ruleloga number because of a lack of early spring grazing for their necessary sus tenance The grand jury has been making In vestigation into what Is reported to be bogus whisky prescriptions It Is be Ho red the names of somo of the local physicians have been forged and an attempt Is being made to discover the miscreants Thomas Barnes who until six or clghi months ago was a resident of the Gilberts Creek Imwllty of this county killed himself Wednesday at his re IllHeOJureInneighborhood Louis Landram the efficient editor InLoulnlllemittee to arrange for the annual trip of MrLandrameditors of Kentucky Is held in high esteem by his brotherhood and fro quently receives complimentary notices tram their quills Embrys All Right I desire through your columns to sin cerely thank my frIends for their earn csl efforts In my behalf in the late url wary I certainly appreciate what was done for mo by them and shall feel grateful therefor as long as I live While I would have been glad to have received the nomination for assessor yet I cheerfully yield to the voice of the majority and tbo whole ticket nom bated by the party at the late primary will receive my earnest and cordial support in November Very truly J T EMBHY According to the census bulletin just Issued the largest territorial division subject to the United States is Alaska mllelllThean area square miles the next largest Is California with 168 360 square miler and the next Montana with 146080 square miles Rhode Island has but 1250 square miles It Is reported that A B Drown of London will succeed J T Sbackel ford In the collectors olllco at Danville and that Dr Owens of Somerset will take the place now held by James Sur ber It la said that Mr Surber will be gltan a nice place In the office of Com missioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes at Washington Whet most people want Is something mild and gentle when in need of a plays ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig Hocker Druggist v y 1 =It = =t = = = = lllj New Lines of tJ I SprlngrY mi1 Arriving Daily 6 Jl i Ji IT PAYS TO TRADEATI i THE GLOBE m JiRepairingf1l tJ Your money back If jroure not satisfied r jj MILLER HIRSCH Danviiie 11b t Successors to J L Frohman Co J= = = v Z + tirr rn 6i tft 5 J18 W e f e II M 1 J It Wol fI or z If lp 1tIf4f- iI13 ur prl g OC 4 x t h t a 8VWill Contain tho Newest and Nicest Things the Market tViaAffords We always have the s 3iI 4 i Newest Things Out Lw t aIpatterns a appearancec l li STOCKIrJ Jfif f 4 uhJfJf i r vt Rtb R3 e4c a ti t CaXlt 0 i- sh itIIiC fIi oft rio fl fia iw 1 iMi N NN A C SNEJiCONTRACTOR die BUILDER STANFORD XENIt1CItYjI make close guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work t1 mans material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for f yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing land DressedJLumber Lath Shingles EtcTI will duplicate anyprices offered fi9s j This Is The Best Clothes Writer Made I t J WARRANTY The rolls in this Improved IOPUlarlClothes Wringer are soft and are warranted by us for two the date of purchase for family use either roll proves defective during said r time wo will replace same free of charge p t HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford II CCRAllC0J HcCKIKQij The rr1dists Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PPICESy HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Jepreientattre M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Oheriff M S BAUGHMAN- For Attewor REYNOLDSFFor Jailer WI HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON IAFTER tho governor has fully exam toed a petition for pardon and passed adversely upon It the lieutenant gov ernor should not feel it his duty to go over tba same papers when the ab sence of the governor places him In the executive office It Is a waste of time and a reflection on the governor The greater part of Lt Gov Carters time since bo has been acting chief execu tive has been taken up in hearing pee titions that Gov Beckham has turned down and so far as can be ascertained justly so There Is hardly a redeeming feature in the Wilson case yet four men acting as governor have been asked to pardon the defendant after the courts have decided that he was let off very lightly In punishment IT Is tho custom of Congress to pen aloe tho widows of presidents at 5000 a year The next session will allow that amount to Mrs Harrison who with the neat little sum her husband left her will ba able to keep the wolf h from her door very nicely The ques tion very naturally arises why should tt the widows of presidents bo pensioned There is certainly no good reason for It except the homely one that It is human t nature to grease tho fat sow h Tug Lord has called over COO preachers to apply for the 23 vacancies In the list of G2 army chaplaincies I The job gives the holder thereof the rank of captain and pays 81500 a year salary with 2000 In commutations for r forage house rent etc etc Tho Lou isville Times says It doesnt require an unusually keen sense of hearing to bear a call to a job like that i ff1 t tkk l k tt tk f fkt t t f ttt tJ Bmii rf t I CLOSING OUT SALE The Louisville Store Stanford Kentucky f 6 Just got instructions from headquarters that are going in the wholesale business in Louis q 1 ville and have decided to close out the Sanford Store known as the Louisville Store It means that our stock of goods MUST BE SOLD It dont matter about y the price they must be turned into cash 500000 Worth of Our New Spring Goods That were bought before the decision was made will be slaughtered in this great closing out sale Eastern houses to cancel their orders therefore we will give our customers the benefit of t I these new goods in the closing out sale Dont delay coming but come while stock is full of new seasonable goods Killing prices are to do the work Some goods 4- i will sold at cost and some goods will be sold j GO AT LESS TZHCAX T COST I 1 Ladled patent leather belts heavy gilded worth 35c dont miss this chance this week 15c Ladies leather belts all sites patent fasten ors worth 25o 9c 03x00 bleach ready made shells 43c unbleach ready made sheets Webed spread Marseilles pattern 54c 4 i81xOO lace curtains worth 75c 4Se lace curtains only72cfelt shade patent rollers only lOc shades plain and fringed worth 60c 25c iGrootyards Hamburg bought at SOc on the goods We can save you at least half on yards of Val and Linen Lace that was bought the same way 10 dozen 43x29 check linen towels worth lOe i Fancy border linen towns 16x27 worth 16c 4iFancy border linen towels 16x20 Fancy linen fringed 35x21worlh 25c All linen blue bordered towels 39x21 ISc White linonfringcd towels 41x24 worth 35c 24c i lO Inch linen crash per yard only 6c 200 pairs mens wool pants actual value of goods t2 will ne1 at Mi Boys knee pants Wo Boys long pants in jeans 48e Mens all wool doeskin jeans pants as long as they last C9c Mens single and double breasted cutaway worsted suits only 403 Mens fancy worsted suits straight and round cut worth 3760 our price 498 I WHAT do the people of Kentucky think of a party whose organs and ex ponents are the Fulton Leader the Owensboro Messenger the INTERIOR JOURNAL tho Lexington nernocratthe Swing Inquirer and the Courier Journal asks the Impotent creature misnamed a man ot the Louisville Post Judging by the way the papers are pa tronlzed especially this one they are pretty well pleased both with the party and its exponents Leastwise It look like they are not only satisfied with it but proud of it But what pray do tho think of the Post The answer is easy and that is that it Is a paper without honor without shame and without a party It is a disgrace to journalism and a Jonah to any cause It espouses In other words it is a hired harlot untrue to its master and ready always to bilk or bunco any who comes in Its reach It Is all this and more but space and Inclination forbid a further eluci dation A PROMINENT Federal official says that It was originally Intended to make the Dispatch the State republican or gan and give the Commercial the ie stare but Mr duPont knocked this plan intoa cocked hat by thrcateclo to nut 8100000 additional capital Io the Commercial and bring Gov Brad ley to Louisville to edit the paper It has now been determined to freeze ou the Dispatch This is as It should be The Commercial has always been re publican while the Dispatch has sold clean out to get the Inky dink just as the fruition of its hopes seemed cer tale Thus should It ever be with traitors whose part and lot should bo only in hades COL CRADDOCK who has been try ing It all his life and has never bad a cold gives this advlco Never wash your feet from November 1 till May land when you retire draw right sock olT your foot and be sure and leave the other one on As the remedy seems worse than the disease nobody but a confirmed old bachelor like the colonel and Irredeemable old maids will follow the suggestion Divorce suits would follow fast and furious were married men and women to accept It TUB democracy of Lincoln county is In splendid shape to win a famous vlc tory this fall with the excellent ticket named last Saturday The republicans may go through the form of putting up a ticket against It but It will be with no hope of defeating it Even turncoats who were seeking favors a the bands of their new found friends seem to have a desire to go Into their holes and draw them In after them LT Gov CAKTBK is not proving eo soft a snap for the pardon hunters us Gov WorthIngton thanks to him and the democratic party IT is very natural that tho trusts should demand the selection of an attorney general after electing McKln ley president They have named P Knox the Pittsburg trust lawyer and the president will doubtless do his part In a few days PRAISE God from Whom all bless- Ing flow the Loulsvllo Dispatch Is no more It has gone where Ae bad pa1 Ineshore Now let us hope the Post x ydo so Mr W P Walton for many yearaG editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Is a candidate for rallrord commissioner succeed Mr CC McChord That 61 Walton Is eminently fitted for this po sition there Is not a doubt and tho many hot and bard fights bo has mad for the democratic party are sufficient commend him to every good democrat throughout this district With bis en ergy determination and the fearless stand be has always taken against the common political foe be will doubtless achieve his desires Adalr Newsy Brother Walton late of the Loxlng ton Democrat Is said to bo otter th railroad commlssioncrahlp in his dis foamtoI Our belief In Mr Walton is Infallible We are certain that a man of his vo tht railroad line from running a great trunk system to punching tickets on a narrow gauge The best In the land not too good for him Richmond CI max Mr Walton Is among the best democrats of the State and has always tough loyally for his party By giving hl the nomination he asks for would but be a fitting recognition of the splendid service he has done for his party Richmond Heglster POLITICAL Nathan Buchanan has withdrawn from the race for thA republican nomination for judge of PulaskI The Marylandact disfranchising II literates has passed both branches the Legislature and Is now ready for the governors signature The Pueblo Chieftain says former Senator Edward O Wolcott of Colorado will be appointed secretary of the Interior to succeed Mr Hitchcock Senator Hanna Is studying the Span ish language and It Is who hoped th Senator may be Induced to oak a lesson or so in English Louisville TimesDavid E Thompson of Lincoln won Senatt t struggle The long term is still in contest There Is a lively scrimmage on for postmaster of Junction City th term of the Incumbent being near e end The applicants are G A Dunn M L Aaderaon and Henry Hankla the present postmasterNews Sticks of new spring suits are coming In every day at prices that will surprise you 4 25 pieces of now thick dives goods added to pur already big line of dress goods to be sold tU a sacrifice in this cloning out sale Dimity Piqut 16 pieces ItslieM Lawns Organ I dyCovert Cloth and hundreds of new thing tbat our epllco will not permit us to mention One big line of calico worth 3c only 3c for closing out price Ucst brands of blue caliron Cc quality closing price 4 and 4jc Yard wido blench cotton 71e quality closing outIprice only 4c Yard wide brown cotton closing out price 4 I Ladies kid gloves worth II and 1123 our price 40 and 09- 0lOur line of sample shoes 2J and 8 worth 31 60v ami 12 will sell ai long as they last at C8o- IKue and red plaid table linen 40c quality ol- osling out price 23c cloalnRIout lOne lot of polkadot shirt waist in wool two to a customer worth The 30c Ladies black flgued drdts skirt worth flBO OSc Ladies oil wool rainy day skirts NOS Dont forget to look at our line of cnrxis and melting Charles A Morrow of Somerset and J K Watkins of Wllllarasburg have boon recommended by Congressman- C Uoreing for second lieutenants In the regular array Representative Borelnjr hat recom mended the appointment of the following postmasters Wiley Murrell Am mle Clay William 0 Kads Alex Wayne Sidney Necherton Bowls Monroe Hugh McClalo Chilton C J Warren Eros Clay Elijah Owens Emanuel Knox Wm Gabbord Gab ford Owelov W Young Parrol Jack eooW T DoollnSharpavlllc Pulatkl W Streak Strunk Wbllley Ceo Daniels Mistletoe Ownley T J Mor Georgorand C Collins Crocus AdaIr 10THIS AND THAT Dan E OSulllvan will begin the publication of the Free Lance at Lou Uvlilo Sunday C B Stewart ot Continental Tobac co Co bus purchased over a million adjoinIDJ The British have agreed to withdraw territoryeent danger of a conflict with Russia The lynching of a Negro In Simpson county who astaultcd u white woman Lebar Frankfort olllclals hive been eum mooed to Somerset to testify olllclally In the case of the Commonwealth Igagainst the Somerset Dunking Compu undIJe H WARD CO- n NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable Ilrucei Ulil Stand Depot tit Stanford rUlOnMeSpeclalbought and told on coinmlilan Single feel SOc hay 20o lillclio lOc Nu bltcbu on public dayi tableIhonePUBLIC SALE thatlord A lrab Orchard pipe ate lance from Stan lurdoD Wednesday April 3cU I9OI Sell at public auction all my stock consisting o fil llltibgrade Yearling Cuttle All good colon two good milk cow one ef which will be fresh In w a goodilllllDaref one good two lion wagon one gout lay lrallleand ltuprovedebamplunrighthand McCormlck 1 During mower 1 hay plowharnesscart 9 lllvcr Chilled plows said Central KeD ourbogsIou numerous to mentkn also all my houaehold and kitchen furnluroT- EIUIS Culi fur all sums under f10 orer that nelollandataSaleFlatKyT a H 2000 yard Inijrfiin carpel 1000 yaidn iemlijcarpet 100 pliccit inmiiig rag carpt t and Hour t oil 1will be closed out 110 to IPc lcr yard ImrrI money 5- I olilyUt I Notions IDOtloz iliac peal buttons worth 10 and lie l rdi fa e 600 yards fanny wnbblng worth lOo this week 3o looAOO t OcMens 1 OcrDcIuk you Mica lair our price 2 Itrlor 16c Ono lot of tiny are worth Shoesipcclal reduction In Men s Shoe I Yard wide crcj Wiien You Think of HoiwdediiiinlF- W I HBRmBBmmm mmium m mm mimmm m mn letutertyFurniture l 1Mattings Rugs- Druggets iWall Paper Picture Frame Etc 1Areat W I J ERSI t Retnember there are two value to every purelmfewhnt it costa nntl o1Competitionere the 0EIIIiCI ilculcr quotes I WHOLESALE tCESIIloincmlicr wo have nn jockey prices wo do not prico you n f I fiftycent carpet at seventyfivo nntl pivo you a to oiler us or give ourselves nn tuinty to full ten cents Wo price it nt clmllcotteats anil sell at that price WW Withers I SomethIng New NI IT WILL MAKEtHARD WORK EASYI illcldoll J inventionof I 1 Denied high limit alter a trial Iam con it is very chealcFOR SALE IllNGEO He FARRIS 6 CO li JrTUB Raclcet story Is Far in TUB Lead J GoodeTrufnks II Mens Socks 3c pair Veiling lOa yd Ladles Kid Gloves snfali site 35c Towels I Skirtbinding I Otherbargainsspools for 6c 1 The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank 1 i rr It Welshi a1 Wiseman Co ID J DANVILLE KENTUCKY v SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are now ready with tho choicest und best selected stock of de It sirable Spring nnd Summer Goods wo hiivo over shown Every depart hunt is filled to overflowing with tho very latest novelties Wo most cordially invite the ladies of Stanford IInd Lincoln County to como and inspect tho ninny attractive lines of goods wo havo to show 11o prom use to make your visit both pleasant nnd prof- itableTailorMadeI wits Nowhere outeido the largo cities will you find so complete a collection of finolyinado stylish dresses We are now showing moro than n hnndrdd of tho very latest styles in tho now mon anti Postillion Hack Suits Jackets trimmed with Persian and tafTota bands and skirts taffeta trimmed on wide flare flounce You will have to see these suits to fully appreciate the styles and values Prices range from 12r0 to 000FOULARD SILKS n tJoulnnl Silks will be universally worn this season Tho colorings 1IInd designs nro wonderfully pretty and the prices lower than over for clnss goods No ladys wardrobe will bo complete this season 1tsithout a plain or satin Foulard Wo also show more than fifty styles Prices rnngo from 70c to SLuO n8Innl 21inch Cropo dc Clicne all colors 100 yard IBinch Grenadines and La Toscn Nets 125 yard Fine Cottoi fabrics i i tYOll will flail hero nil the very Intest novelties in Embroidered Swisses Silk Stripe ircnndinos Irish Dimities Plain and Stripe Linens in fact every new nnd desirable wash fabric Embroidered Swisjlcant2 o to 200 yard Silk stripe Grenadines It050 to 125 yard t Andersons Scotch Ginghams nt2f o to loo ynnf Sheer Irish Dimities ntlo to 25oyard- x I Sample of any goods mailed cheerfully on application t SPRING SALE OF LADIES c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR weekh11and are prepared to show the most beautiful assortment of these goods ever bnfore brought to this section mado in best possible manner of fino cambrics and nainsooks and trimmed with dainty edges and laces vNight gowns plain nnd trimmed nt SOc to 500 Skirts rOo to 250 f ChumisoBII 75oto150 4Corset covers 25c to 160 Drawers 2rc to 200 Furniture and Carpets i If you have Carpets Mattings or Furniture to buy this Spring we want you to look us over before buying for wo can surely save you money besides showing you tho largest and best stock of these goods- I in this whole section IiTIle Welsh Wiseman Col J DANVILLE KENTUCKY t W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand f At Lowest Prices r M INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY M tech 22 1001 Oait prescription work Is unsurpass PeonysDrull PERSONALS Mils J H VANHOOIC of McKlnnoy hill BONN to tho wife of Dr W N Craig a son B O PENNINOTON wont to Lexing ton Wednesday SAMUEL W SEVERANCE of Chicago Is at homo for u few days Mil AND MRS HOKACB BKOWN spent several days In Danville MRS AO FAVLKNBII went up to Corbin yesterday to visit relative HANDSOME Miss MINVA PIIELIS of Richmond Is with Mle Florence My ors Via OWENS of Crab Orchard attended Fields minstrels hero lust night MISS ANNE II SHANKS will attend tho Coujj rees of Disciples In Lexing ton next week MRs J F CUMMINS la at Crab Orchard with her homefolks several of whom aro ill Mn IL E MCROIIEItTS of Lancaster was the guestof Mesdames U J and- o A McRoberte MRS CHAKLKS SINOLETON of Crab Orchard U the guest of Mrs II U Karris Advocate MRS BENEDICT SPALDINQ of Leba non Is with her eon Hill Spalding at Col T P Hills MISSES OLIVIA BALDWIN and Anna Bennett of Richmond are guests of Mrs W II Shanks Miss FLORENCE MYEns willenter ain the Charade Club at Mr W M Brlghts this evening MRS MATTIE V KIRMY and MI s Nannlo Vandovccr are In Louisville buying millinery goods MRS E II UEAZLBY and little daughter Josephine ore visiting Mrs J II Turner In Jessamine MESDAMES Jos BnitNsiDEand J M Farra of Garrard spent yesterday with Mn G A McRoberts Miss PEARL POLLOCK who has been visiting Misses Sallie and Ada Shelton will return to Livingston today REV J W HAUIN will spend several days of next week In Lexington attend ing tbo Congress of Disciples DR W F H ICICLE who Is attending medical college In Louisville Is with friends at Bubble for a few days WILL B BISHOP and wife and Mr Rowland Bishop of tho West End leave Tuesday for Oklahoma to reside Mn JOHN SAM LYONS of Downs III Is visiting his father Mr Evan Lyons and other relatives In this countyMiss CHRISTINE BRADLEY of Lan caster the charming daughter of Gov Bradley Is the guest of Miss Tevls Carpenter Miss ROIIERTA CASH who has been attending Fairmont Seminary In Washington City Is confined there In the In flrmary with scarlet fever MR C L GOVEK president of the Harrison Mutual Burial Association of Boyle and Lincoln counties was here yesterday and left with us a nice order printing s DEWITT T C GRUIIIIS brother of Mrs E T Bcazlcy of this place has been notified that bo paused a success ful examination for entrance to West Point and will enter tho Institution the latter part of Juno M S BAt ohlMAN democratic nominee for Sheriff of Lincoln was on the streets of Danville Monday Tho democrats made a 10 strike when they nomi nated him for ho Is a tine man and a sure winnerNews- Tin Adair News says that Dr R A Jones of Stanford Is spending the week with his parents in Adair but oven his roommate Jack L Bcazloy hasnt missed him from Stanford So It must bo a mistake MR J E EullANltSlsanotherof our good citizens who has caught the Okla homa fever Ho will have a solo of his stock farming Implements Wednes day April I and leave shortly after ward for that country LOCALS INEW YORK seed potatoes at A Bt 2t NICE line of wedding presents at DamlltonsItHOMEMADE tatty nod cream candy good and cheap at J H MeiersIt WANTED AH your chickens Will pay 7o this week A B Florence It A FEW days morn of cold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J H Baughman ft CoItKaas Jon SETTING Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn one setting 75c two for 9125 Farris Keller Stanford A delighted audience saw Al G Fields minstrels at Waitons Opera House last night The show was good In all Its appointments GOODE Daniel C Goode aged 88 died at Rowland yesterday afternoon of stomach trouble and will be burled in Buffalo Cemetery this afternoon A wife and several children survive HAVE your pboto made at dies So trays It GARDEN Seeds Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren fc Shanks THE Canton Disc Harrow for durability good work and light draft For sale by George H Farris k CoIt youbayyour own price In order to reduce stock It IT Is said that Collector Denton will secure tho removal of tho ofllco from Danville to Somerset and then what will Llttlo Britain do poor thing CumDlok Farmers card shows that ho Is a democrat tried and true lie announces bis candidacy for jailer for 1000 to 1U10 when he should be given a clear track Hurrah for Farmer TELL thedemocrats am disap pointed at not winning the nomination for assessor but that my democracy Is not weakened an Iota said Samuel M Owens Also thank my friends for the good work they did for me for which I am profoundly grateful Our ticket Is a winner Tim table below shows tho vote of each of the candidates In Saturdays primary On counting the vote Tues day It was discovered that W I Her rin bad won the nomination for jailer by nine vote although In the excitement of Saturday night It was figured that Dink Farmer hada majority of 40 It was pretty hard on Mr Farmer and his friends to find out tbat be bad been defeated after having been so heartily congratulated on wlnnlp so good a field It was fust a ca overII counting too hurriedly and while appointed Mr Farmer will prove democracy by working till the last hour for not only tbo gentleman who beat him but the entire democratic ticket It was also shown In the ofilclal count that J A Dudderar had secured the nomination for magistrate In this die trlct aqd F It Compton had beaten O J Crow in tho Uustonvlllo district when both Mr John Walter and Mr Crow had been put down as the sue cessful candidates While condoling with Messrs Farmer Walter and Crow we rejoice with their successful competitors who having won a good fight In their own party are ready and willing to try conclusions with any body the republicans may put up nwc 0 Cs8 0 o fI 22g = Z cr ttUISMn enJII1OJJuumpna V J d ttttONJaa a 5 a ciu18 faBCH 8l1odoMS+ gcpc o a t = t 8Ift f1 UUlltlU1 Itrl- w 8 cI = luU fn J vl af1DOC l aatauD J tc8 t 1Ja1uadtuJ awe + J Q LWcco IIIIH m = t3oolfil aosaddol ts iz too o = r BJiunqn l IRaulunwta wa 00 r = r t3 3o= ul aaJ- fa n- J1 0011 oo 7 rrOOJ ICQ J JOUUHI e t 31tw JI apauua- yIS s uiria ctolA OJD agoI1JutlPUU r oo is c o I 00C001Ioo = = tqtU1 lIaooeooo4IItttaDo1ctooc swai t oowcocol818I Ijua splouSallo HttoS If il 13 S 8 81JolT sallT F R Compton defeated O J Crow for Magistrate In the Hustonvllle die trict by 38 J A Dudderor won in tho Stanford district by six votes John Walter being the contending man W D Wallin and C A Smith from tho Crab Orchard and Waynesbure dis tricts respectively had no opposition M S Peyton D K Farris Tim Root and Pedro Green were tho constables nominatedIThe following gentlemen were voted for for coronor Eph Pennlngton 14 W S Drye 33 Wat Fields 6 A B C Dlnwlddlc 0 Chas Brawner 14 G C Keller Jr Wm Skldmoro 623 Nobody offered for surveyor but the following gentlemen were compliment ed L R Hughes 1 G A Richards 2 F B Howard 1 J H Wblto 6 C Reynolds 3 W H Perkins 17 Goo Weatberford John Bright 2 Corp Edward Urutcbtlold of Lexing ton was killed In the Pbllllplnes in battle being caught with three sol diers In an ambuscade The Filipinos were led by an American deserter WIND rain and some snow marked tho equinox but the storm was not near as severe as usual MY friends will find me In tbo old Christian church on Depot strectwhero they can got good livery at low prices hayhorseWE aro all right In my section said Samuel Helm ono of Lincoln beet democrats yesterday TurnersIvllle was cut out to some that dont hurt our democracy ho added I WILL sell at public auction at my houso in Darstown near Alex Mar tins between Stanford and Rowland on Wednesday March 27 four rooms of furniture wagon chickens harness and stock Also a stock of clothing and shoes J Gold It A LETTER from Mine non J B Willis of Crab Orchard springs says dologWewashing trimming trees covering the buildings In fant renovating everything and getting ready for the sum mer season Have contracted with the druggists of the State to meet with us June 18tb for four days and It is likely that the commonwealth attorneys of Kentucky will meet here TUB bop at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night given id honor of Mr Ream Leacbman was a most en joyable one and was participated In tot only by our belles and beaux but the following young ladles from other AnnaDennottMellleHopperBronaugh and Bert James Crab Orch ard Miss Christine Bradley Lancas OandMIss liI 3 i UPTODATE tinting done at Miss Sa crays NEW Disc Corn Planters at Higgles S McKinneys Also one horeo chain less Disc Corn Planter Seo them ItJANDREW TRICE a McKlnney darkeyIwas lodged ID Jail yesterday for rock Ing a train after be had been put alTIiLET R G Brady repair your clock Best of work at very low prices Ho also does the best of boot and shoo re pairing MAD Doa KILLED John Riddle of Crab Orchard killed a mad dog after It had badly bitten a dog belonging to him It took three bullets to lay the canine out R J CASSIDY the patent medicine vendor who used to make Stanford has brought suit to enjoin the Statesboard of pharmacy from iterferlng with him and for 10000 for making him stop selling AMONO the Indictments found by the Garrard grand jury was one against Mrs Jane Estrldge for murder She Is accuBed of performing an abortion on herself with some blunt Instrument The trial promises to be ono of the most sensational the county has ever bad Mrs Estrldge is a land owner residing 10 miles from town A DANK at Clty seems a certainty this time At a meeting of the promoters A Miller was elected president and J W Shelby vice presl dent The following gentlemen were elected directors W C Surber J M Keene W A Reynolds N L Kelly George H Hocker R S Martin and John Schmidt M D Randsdall of Monterey will be tho cashier Work will begin on a banking building 1m mediately and the capital stock will be 15000 Look Out 1 0 For New l i Pretty Next We andI the market to i buy only latest i Fine furnishings dress thei 1L0 6NN N16 J P Jones iEiaMaMrM IICome and See I The new goods More different kinds more different prices than ever shown before In Stanford Prices are reasonable and styles are more varied New Swlsse Khoran Pongees Ginghams Tis sues Chsmbras Wool Crepe de Chene Batiste Wash Silks Foulard Silks Wash Taffetas Mercerized Goods of many kinds All Kinds Of Trimmings Such as Acme Bands Persian Bands Gilt and Chiffon Trimmings In fact we are showing all the seasonable and desirable goodsfiJ f r ij SEVERANCE SONS iIi Opposite Court Rouse t E fl m What WeSell t Vehicles Tho largest stock in Central Kentucky including Columbus Kaufman Woodbine Brockway Troy and other lead ing manufacturers Implements A big line and selected by an experienced Im element man from the best known implement manufacturers in the country Harness Everything kept in a strictly firetcasa Harness Store We manufacture every stitch of our finer grade of harness Wagons Tho Old Reliable Mitchell and Fish Iiros1iCoal An experience of years has taught us which is tho best We hande Coal only from mints of the best reputation Feed We buy and soil Hay Oats Corn Bran etc We make a specialty ot Seed and Feed Oats Have handled 10 cars in days We are soul agents for Gluten Meal Itoyal Cement Platter Dr Heas Stock Food Poultry Panacea elc x f 1 We bjjy everything in Car Lots for Cash and sell goods on a smaller largin than any house in Danville Bruce Bright Danville 1 fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL i 7UbUahcLTu sr rail Exude- si PER YEAR CASH f When not sopsldmaOO will betnrd Entered n UK postOjflce at Stanford at t1 dot matter ADAMS FISTULA CURE L Manufactured by J W Adams k Co Paint Lick ICy Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mulm afflicted with Fistula 1allcvll Scratches Saddle Boll Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy heel Distemper c For sale by W orts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty 0 M Thompson iiinga YlUe A Caldwell Bros Url nntsvllle Ky V UComptonMlllcdjovllfe Oeo It Jetor Mlddlebnrg Chute Turnorsvlllc J II Vanhook McKln ney Farmers Roller Mills r STANFORD S7 I MORRIS FRED PKOPBIKTOR I desire to announce to the public that I rim ready to do any and fill kinds grind Ipgand that I will at nil times furnish the bestot Flour Xoa118hipstnff oec1Ztcv At the very lowest prices and I solicit hare of your patronage to give you the very best results Dont forget me but boar mind alwep that I need your patronage Mouths FRED Pror J+ G + MCCbMY ITSTDSRTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY GsO t Stanford Ky Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS win tb In lUntllle Mondays WednesdsjV Friday Vf be In Stanford TuewUyi Thurxliyi and Saturday Office In the l nnlniUm HuliaingtSUnfonlOI 6cehoure9t012AXIto4rP 1 OSTEOPATHYT- hUScience originated and developed byb of Kluullle Mo depends on prlnclpleofAnstomyaud Ihyjlology for Ita re nulls ftrequlreeuoldth no drug no rubbing 0ourqIcaloperations eWma lung super natural hteopatby view man M a machine oho manjrl Kr1aitskeynote II adjustment When all part are proper radiotod and not overworked health is the result Some of dlOUlt treated liy ui Kerrons lYoslratlon Ueodtcbes Neuralgia Uheumatlim Catarrh Weak ty Granulated Lids Uoltrt Heart IjTer and Lung UUraies Constipation Mies Gall Stones Enlarged 1roitiate all Stomach and Intestinal trouble Dieeasea 011100 aod JolonSpinalCurratnree UBlocatlonSiiGJolnta ParallIncontinence Urine Locomotor Atax a peetalty Consuitallot Free FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY 1CalUal Stock 150000 Surplui 10003 Thli Institution originally eiUbllihed aa the lie potltBtnknf Htanford In 1858 then reorganized si the National Bank cfSUntord In IBM sndsgali organled as the Flnt National Bank ol Stanton n 1MZ hai had practically an uninterrupted xlit encotot years It ti better supplied now will f fitllitles for tranacting business promptly and eraUj than ever before In Its long and honoisb career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and ladhluaillollellednllleTO PIheldLlncolnCo J W Harden Stanfur BT lUrrls b II Baughinan i J S Rocker TfHlll WP Walton W A Tribble J ColllerCrab Orchd Jas Robinson Hubble M OKImori Stanford orrtctas J b Hocksr President J J Mclloberts Cashier i Lincoln County National Bank capital Stock 110000- 0Socwuor to The Frtere Dank A Trust Compan and under same management ously for 33 Years f Solicits Your Bank f Account hoping such business relations will prove uutua benoficUl and pleat DIR CrrOUS J K J JoIerSr A CarpenterW J E Lynn B ShanksJ J a Owslcf OFFICERS S B Shanks President iJ IJOwsley M Wright Asst Cashier ILUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 9O I Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Hones 0ralC8 Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for and Oar don as wo pay no agents but sell direct to the planter nuraery and plClahtra erry catalogue on cotton to II F IIILLRNMEYRlt Phono 370 Lexington ICy FOSTXD+ We whose names appear below hay posted our lands and will not permit hunt- Ing or trespassing of any kind The publlewlil please bear In mind F J Octantirab Orchard Charlie Kleps Krlgcr Samuel Zwallen Ewell Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint arid repair your carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran can have your old vehicle made now for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky PREftCHERSVILLE INSTITUTE PREAOiIEi1SVILLE ICY The tint session of this school will open Jan 1901 Our course of study Isas com plete as that found In the ordinary high rchooi Including kitchen garden and kinder garten In tho primary department Tho common school Higher Mathe matics Sciences Languages and the Bible For further particulars address J OMcKEE Principal ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE EY Manufacturer of BRICK I And Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For Prices HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call ReA JONES DENTISTStanford K Office over ITelep FOR SALE A Chance of A Life Time My Entire Stock of General Merchandise Store House and Lot For Sale or win sell my stock and rent store house and lot Best stand In Lincoln Co I F STEELE IlusTOSvuLE Kr BEAZLEY HAYS 4NDE1 TIERS DKALEB3 IH Furniture M attiii jjsRuj8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your oWu suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as large and varied as can be found in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS And tho prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line of samples for men New Goods of All Kinds Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car pots Mattings Rugs Dry Goods Shoos Slip pars EtcJ- AMES FIIYE HuslonTille Ky NEWS NOTES Flro destroyed 41 houses at Tipton villa Tenn L N stock Jumped from USl In September to 1001 A 1100000 tannlo acid plant Is to bo built near Abtngdon Va Mrs Lottie Orr Iowas wealthiest woman Is dead In Chicago Lewis Dlnkelipoll a young npwspa per man died In Louisville this week Jeff Hill his wife and ana children were burned to death near Wullston O A drought prevails In the San An tonlo section In Texas and stock Is suffering Martin Collier aged 70 fell dead while conversing with friends la Letch er county Dloclno the noted Tugal rebel lead er has been captured In tho Philip pines by American troops Mrs Emmons Blaine of Chicago has given 81000000 to the University of Chicago School of Education Ada Gray the actress who for years toOl tho leading role In East Lynno Is dying at a hospital In Now York Three Sharon Pa boys In search of wintergreen ate poisoned berries and died in great agony a few hours later A furious blizzard Is sweeping tho coast ot Newfoundland and great loss of life among tho sealing fleets may re sultIn a general fight In a democratic primary at Wes Liberty 10 men were three of which were badly shot A young woman was arrested at San SVancieco on the charge of attempting murder her husband by sending him poisoned whisky The Clover city council has pass cd an ordinance against loafing Those who arobomelcss from tho fire If they will not work must get out of the way of those who will In 110 years the United States Gov ernment lost through dishonest agents and officials approximately 910 000000 In the handling of gross receipts ot 2CG3ai3543 13 A wealthySoutbern woman has offered homes to 60 poor couples of Now York The Plan offer free transportation and employment will be given tboee accept Rev J Forrest Marston of Owens vllle Ind pleaded guilty In toe enl ted States District Court to forging money orders and was sentenced to 18 years In tho penitentiary Fire at New Liberty destroyed the livery stable of J B Blackwell won SI600i the residence of Mrs Wallace Dond worth 2500 and the residence of William Mama worth 81000- ThlrtyQvo today and n failure Goodbye wrote W H Mobley at Palestine Tex Then he swallowed a largo dose of morphine and got out ot this world as he should have done Fred B Bush of Atlanta Ga now Division Passenger Agent at that place has been appointed a successor to Jack Division Passerson Smith formerly ger Agent of the L N at Cincinnati The steel trust has absorbed tbo Rockefeller mining shipping and railway lntbrcete and it la report ed that the capital of the United Suttee Company will be Increased by 8100000000 A 83000 tray of diamonds was stole from a Kansas City firm and the thelves demand a ransom of 81000 de islarlng they will kidnap tbo eon of ono of the proprietors If it Is not forthcom ing In her endeavors to save the life of her brother Eliza Harris colored of Lexington threw herself In front of him and a bullet fired at him by Clark Taylor The girl soon died and Clark fled The market price for a stolen kiss and an embrace was fixed at 1500 by a at Indianapolis That amount waa Iseeeed against J C Wheat for hug glng and kissing a married woman against her will A few days ago the New York bank of New York city celebrated tho 117th year of Ita existence It was founded by Alexander Hamilton and with one exception Is the oldest Bank In the coun try and ono of the strongest Slave Swift Jr en route from Lex In ton to Manila on army transport writes that a rough ocean passage was encountered tho ship being driven 1 000 miles out of Its track Too 700 army mules on board were killed by rough action of waves A mutiny of 284 convicts employed In a Kansas mine was suppressed by the Warden after two days The convicts had held 15 guads captlyes hostages The Warden proceeded to starve then out with an armed dcccnded into tho shaft so suddenly that the ring lead ers wore surprised Fire destroyed 875000 worth of property at Madleonvllle The flames origi nated In an old tobacco stemmery On accountof the high wind It spread rap- Idly The town had no fire protection and the citizens formed a bucket brig ade The Insurance on the property de stroyed is about 10000 The Kentucky Press Association will meet In MadUonvlllo In June The Itinerary Includes Kansas CltyPueblo Royal George Colorado Springs Man- Itou The cograilway trip up Pikes Peak Denver and probably Cripple Creek Victor and Salt Lako City Tho newspaper men will travel In special Pullman carl and tho Denver and Rio Grande will also bo hosts The will of Harrison was filed for probate in Indianapolis Tues day The widow la given 815000 In cash and tbo Interest from a trust fund of 8125000 The debts of hU son Rue sell arc canceled and his share In the estate Is left In trust for the support undcdueat1on of his Russolls child ren The will was dated April 20 1809 It Is said the older children will contest the will Tho government has just discovered that the 10 the treasury note series of 1880 has a well defined pint ure of a jackass on It The jackass hows as plaIn as a lifelike portrait when the bill Is turned upside down On the face of the bill Is an American eagle In a little engraving to the loft of the seal There Is nothing peculiar In tho eagle until the bill Is turned upside down and thou the animal appears In perfect outline L Hopklnsvlllo la to have an old time fiddlers contest on April 10 with ox Gov Bob Taylor as nn Invited guest A seat on the Now York Stock Ex change was sold Wednesday for 852 000 8500 moro than the previous high price Thorn are now 187 patients In tho Louisville city hospital tbo largest number any one time In the history ot the Institution Tho court of appeals affirms the judg wont giving Bcrca Dill Bockncr a 85 000 ice against A J Ashor the lumber king Becknor sued for 810000 Capplo Davis shot and killed Joe Mil ler at Sunny Dale and a family feud may result Millers eon had married Davis sister and out of this tho trouble grew In 1893 Bill Lange center fielder weighed 210 pounds and played for 82 000 a year In 1001 Lange weighing 340 pounds Is offered a splendid salary but holds out for 83000 The situation at Tien Tsln Is still squally According to the Pokin cor respondent of tbo London Dally Mall Gen Wogack refused to accept Count von Waldcrsca arbitration and do mands that tbo British not only with draw but apologize for removing tho Russian Hag Gen Barrow refuses to do either and Is said to bo supported by thu homo office War seams Imminent bRODHEAD Mr Edgar S Albright tho good looking editor of the Ml croon Sig nal was down Monday looking after builncss The Rev G D Hendrlckson returned tbls week to Illlnoli to hold another meeting Ho has been preaching In Indiana for the last few months and has been called as pastor over there Wo hope ho will not move away from this county Dannie Owens has the foundation laid for his new buildings near the de pot Mrs Mary Collver ts ablo to bo out again F L Thompson of Ml Vernon made us a flying visit Tues day M C Williams of Stanford was with us a few daya ago Master Gocbcl Pile who Is a year old this month It walking and almost talking Mctdamcs Charlie and Alton Tharp of Marion county attended the burial of MM W G Tharp Samuel Tatem and wife of Marlon have been with Bro Tharp for a few days Rev 11 K Plko Iii In our town this week assisting tho pastor Rev D Uollzolaw In a mooting Mrs W G Tbarp the Christian lady whom we have been reporting for tbo last few months as being very pain cd quietly away Tuesday afternoon She was born In Marlon county March 21 1837 and joined the Mothodlsl church when It years old Sho was a member of the Methodist church at this place and was a good Christian lady beloved by all who know her Sbo leaves a good faithful husband and a number of children to mourn her death She was taken o the Metho dist church and after appropriate ser vices rendered by Revs E K Pike Gcorgo Hendrlckson and A J Pike tbo body was taken to tbo Mctbodltt cemetery and the casket covered with tlowcra was lowered In the IraveI A lame shoulder is tally by rheumatism of the muscle and may bo cured by a few applications of Clamber Ulnt Pain Balm For alo by Craig 4 Ilocker Druggists Tbero bid the00004- per31 cent 40year gold refunding bond of Louisville 841000 went at 1109 and tho rest at 81031 SIATK TOLluolIcuJ lII6NLT mle oath that lie It senior oerofthearmdFJ doing in IntheCity01 Toledoeotmtyand Stat a firm will ray turn of ONB IIdNDICEp DOlJAltsfur rich and emy cav of CATARRH that cannot be cured by the UM of iaua CATARRH CtaF1tANx J CiinxBY Sworn to before nt soil ubnrlUU In jiy pres ence this 6th day wf loftmwr A WoCKASON IKAUJ Notary 1uUll- fiisiFscstsrrh Curs It taken Internally and seta dlrtclly nth blood and mucous surfaces of she syitrm HDd nor UtllinnnUli R J CHENEY TO Toledo 0 Kold t r drurglsli Sc JIslls Family Villa are the best PR UITTBROS MOKKLAND KY Furniture And Undertaking TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby state that the TJImllow sold by II S Carpenter Just 4s far superior to the Oliver low us the peering Hinder Is uuiMjrlor to the cradle W a UOWAN J 8 GOODE M pWFNd A S PRICE SurgoonDentist Stanford Ky OfflceOT McHobeiU Drug Stars In the Owsley Uulld- inaPQBLIC SALE I I will soil at public auction In front of Oeo Hotroin storehouse at Crab Orchard depot on Saturday Mch 23 for the per pose winding up a partnership ono car loud of lIUOOE3 These are al Iwtcluss nil loather top vehicles brand new and will be soil without reserve to the highest bid dor for cash In hind O M OILtilLANO Lexington Pay Less ad- Dress Better NEWEST STYLES IN- CLOTHING r FURNISHINGS AND SHOES I Condo in and get fitted tip for Fpritlg- i Cummins Mary OD0 t00000000000 I NEW FIRM I 0 Q- p 00 Having sold n half Interest in my buggy and Implement business to 0 Mr A M Pence tlio new business will bo conducted under Up tho fun name of 0 1 CAJ S01l PEJVCE + a- We 0 will keep In stock at all times a handsome lino of 0 0pAlso Implements In lulttlllnn we wll Iandld aU kinds or 0grain thorn Oats flay etc Hoping you will favor the new Jfirm while your patronage remain htenpt Yours 0 01VA CARSON O OOOOOOOOtO 3ti OOOO OOOO OOOO OOOp SlitS SSSI SS IS SSSSS SSSSSSSS Just Received I t Our Stock of New Spring Shoes THE S ECLIPSE Manufactured by Hel mers Betman Co is the greatest 350 shoe on marke- tSS Style Material send Workmanship they ran not h excelled W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky 1 6L1 NtiVftN N7111 vN N1ti i- 4N We Have a Pull Line of i Ledgers Journals i Day and CashBool s For the XewYear Good OOhal Luwlrices Pennys Drug StoreTELEPHONE NO 2a1tiN11KM7111 1 N11NYK1tiK Wall Paper Parlor J A K Gibbons is now receiving the hand oinett and largest line of both Imported and Domestic Wall Paper over shown In uric part of the State Wo have tbe cheapest to the most expensive thing made Wo have the paper hung by the very best decorators at lowest prices t We carry a full line of all kinds of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass And PAINTEKS fjUPPLlKS at Lowest Market Price Respectfully S L GIBBONS Danville MAIN STREET f I New Goods New Firm tad Every Day Is Bargain DayjWhere You Find Everything Perfectly Fresb jl And you have u Nice New Stock to select from Your patronago will bo appreciated Good delivered promptly Call and tee us Waw SAUNDERS Si CO I Phone 88 110 West Main StreetI1 1 Stanford Female College STANFORD KY t Thorough courses In Llteraturo Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE 8AUPLKY Prea j k t