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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 26 1901 9 A M NO9j 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ilutno Bros distillery boiler at SII Vvcr Creek exploded but hurt no ono John Lawwlll of Boyle hat the srcaltpox no lives between Datovlllo and Shelby City Howard Martin accidentally that young Mapfrard In the head whllo hunting In Laurel fatally wounding r him Thomas Turner a colored boy was fined f 00 nod given lOOdaYI in thucoun ty Jail for striking Mlw Bertha Going a young white girl at Hlchmond 1 TomAdams a Negro lie In jail at Lebanon for Impersonating an olllcer and getting all tho whisky ho could drink at Hard citys distillery OIovannolllWA5rard county for 83005 about 81000 than It cost Danville Advocate Three residence belonging to Mrs Mary Williamson burned ltlohmond Lou about 2700 with 1400 Insurance Tho household goods of It Leo Davis wore entirely consumed J W Jones who woe In Columbia parading all a postoftlce Inspector was arrested on a charge of nil it mort Raced farm in Clark county Iowa Rte real namo Is W L Fogle John Ilondrlckson charged with tho murder of Galloway Cameo woe arrest ed In a coal mine In Boll county and Is now In Jail ut Ilncvllle Ho escaped recently from tho Manchester Jail The Pulaski fiscal court allowed the city of Somerset tbo sum of 801960 It being onehalf of the legitimate and v reasonable Incurred In stamp log out tbo lato smallpox epidemic Henry Clay Black nephew of the Hon James D Black ofBarbouri vllc has received oniclal Information from the War tbat bo has pees ed the entrance examination to West Point While Hov C A Logan and family were crossing tbo Kentucky river at Jackson tbo boat was swept over a M milldun and his seveoyear child oartrow escape Miss Louise Bohon a Danville beau ty has been selected by tbo H J Brccklnrldgo Camp of Confederate i Veterans to bo sponsor for It at tho Memphis reunion She Is a daughter of W J Bohon Lewis Reynolds son of Jack Reynolds of Science lUll drank two ouoo es of carbolic acid and died at Lcxlng i too to which city be moved last Bummer Ho and his wife had separated and jealousy of her caused the suicide Census Bulletin No 67 shows Ken tucky has 10000 wjusro miles land and too water surface Lincoln county has aid Casey 371 Boyle 160 Garrard 31 Mercer 254 and Pulaskl 761 which is- excecdedoely by Plko7CO while Wayno has 017 and the smallest Is Ilobcrtoon JO Bro Albright of the Ml Vernon Signal referring to a despised contain porary says that some creatures aro posing as editors that God Intended should dig coal break rock or carry out the slop tubs at omo 2x4 hotel and wo can see where ho Is right Mr Joe H Gibson cashier of the First National Bank was unanimously elected County Treasurer Sheriff Langdon was allowed credit for 81400 on delinquent polls This Is doubtless correct proper so far as tho sheriff Is concerned but It Is a disgrace to that many people In the county since It must be a poor stick of a man whoso prldo of cltUonshlp will allow himself returned delinquent for tbo small sum of SlSomorl1el Journal 9 CHURCH MATTERS Bowling Green has tbo largest Cum berland Presbyterian Sundayschool ol that denomination In tbo State r An Ohio clergyman has adopted die play newspaper advertising ae a moans of Increasing tbo sUo of bin congrega lion and ho finds It pays too Dr Gray of Los Angeles Cal hUll purchased 0000000 acres of land In will establish a number of Mormon cololnlcs taking 0000 Mormons from tho Untied States The Rev Alfred Waller a clergy man In Southend offered JC2 a year to any saloonkeeper who will hang t up behind his bur a placard contain ing a verso of the hymn What Shall the Harvest Bey Ono man agreed on condition that Mr Waller would put up In church a notice of his bottled aloe At tho annual meeting of tho Amor lean Tract Society Sunday It was eta ted that during the years of the so cietys existence It has Issued between lJOOOOOO and 14000000 publications During the year between 4000000 and 0000000 pages of Christian literature t In the Spanish language has been die tributed In our Island possessions A prayer service under the auspices of the C W B M will bo hold In the I Christian church at 2 oclock Monday April and continuing through tho t week Representative women of all the churches In town tako part In 1the services Thursday afternoon and on Saturday the auxiliaries In the county and the one from Lances tur will bo represented on tho program All members of the Stanford auxiliary aro earnestly requested to attend tho service Monday afternoon f Low Rates Queen Crescent Route Travelers Protective Association Chattanooga April GtbOth So6thcrn Cotton Spinners Association Charlotte N C May 010 Annual Encamp ment G A R of Tcnn Grconovllle May 1510 Confederate Veterans Mem May 2830th Ask ticket agents for particulars A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Ilocker Druggists New York la to have a 80000000 ho tel which will bo the Qneat le mho world KINGSVILLE Prayer meeting Is hold on Thursday ovunlng of each week Mr W L McCarty says that ho h uncertain about running the factory this year byMrsto consult a dressmaker Rumor has It that a popular young couplo hero are to be made ono In a surprisingly short while The democrats bore seem to bo very well satiated with tho result of tho primary and oven those who did not participate In the primary say they will support the Mrs 0 G Baker will have a Ono line of millinery this season as usual and Miss Lucille Johnson will again be como her trimmer Mr J M McCarty will also bavu millinery If ho succeeds In procuring a trimmer Dave Hicks has about completed comfortable dwelling house on the pike where quite a number of houses have boon erected within the past year and it really looks very much lIke a Slrlngtown on Tho Pike Tusco Waters has returned to thus boro N C where ho will resume his position us R R engineer Waco byEmmettfun however Dr Thompson dressed the wound which proved to bo not a dangerous one Master Mlko McCarty has boon suf fering from throat trouble L G Ox Icy a produce man Is hero looking af ter business Interests with headquar tore at Thompsons drug store Mrs MarlaretWilhamAI Murley of Now River Tenn who has been the guest of her daugh ter Mrs James Robinson has returned to her homo accompanied by Mr Mrs Robinson and children ltllIlIl Clara Dunn recently returned from a pleasant and protracted visit to rela visitingfriends LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Tbo Versailles Sun says that J A Cohen bought 200 hogs at 5c S T Harbison of Lexington bought of Carter Bros a goldlcg for SilO hayforpoundhogscats B A Hlatt has bought of Tim W lulchlnton tho J M Delany farm of 142 acres near Highland for 000 The recent heavy rain and warm spells of weather have brought out the wheat In Jcssamlno considerable with in the past 10 days Journal The Downing farm of 20 acres on the Richmond pike four miles from Lox lngton softl at 10115 31 acres at 880 75 and 181acres at 810755 R S Scuddor of Madison Is at Mr P M Warod McKinney with a tine horse and two jacks that they will stand this season Pedigrees later In California millions of dollars worth of oranges aro rotting In tbo packing houses and on tbo grounds of tho groves because of tho lack of trans portation faculties to move the enor mous crop Tho prospects were never better at this time of tbo year for a very largo fruit liar all varieties In Hardln county and our fruit growers are feel Ing very comfortable over the outlook Etown News A raco for a t50000 purse made up of 810000 a corner and 20000 added by Thomas W Lawson between Charley Herr Cresccud and Boralma Is an nounced by Mr Lawson It is to be best three in five beau the first horse to tako 30000 tbo second 20000 Each owner to deposit 82500 and the remainder the night before tho raco All gate receipts to bo divided The race will bo bandied by the New England Trotting Horse Breeders As sOctution MATRIMONIAL A Rochester N Y mean was lined 81000 for kissing a pretty trained nurse who attended his wlfo In hur last nose Miss Elizabeth Livingston 42 of Pu laskl and Daniel Hagor of Jesse mine met at Lancaster and wero mar red Potter Palmer has given the Income of tho Palmer House Chicago which U 250000 a year to his wife for pin money A fraud order has been Issued by the postal authorities against a fake matri monial bureau of Syracuse N Y which has caught many suckers From a late Tuscola Ill paper we leurn of tile remarriage of Joseph W Bud MuBcath Sr and Mrs Noyada MoDoath after a separation by divorce for eight years at the St Nicholas Ho tel Decatur Mr and Mrs MoBcaih wore married In Somerset In 1877 where bo was raised and engaged In mercantile business for many years Shu was u daughter of Melvin Jones sister to Mrs Phil B PorchSomer set Journal If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains PalnIialiu a trial It will not cost you a cent if It docs no good One application will relieve limo pnln It also cures sprains and bruises In onethird the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qulnsey pains In the side and chest glnndula and other swellings are quickly cured by applying Every bottle warranted 1rico 25 and 50c For sale by Sratg A llockcr Druggists Bran Richardson of the Glasgow Times gives this sago advice And now arrives that fateful period whoa men fall from grace planting the gar den and women lose their religion shooing tbo hens After all dear broth ren the best way In the world to work a garden la over a telephone LANCASTER J Clark bought M Pol ere tobacco crop at Ole per pound Elder A R Moore will attend tbo Congress of Disciples which meets In Lexington tbu 2th- Tbo Social and Industrial Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs Louis Lundram and Misses Altlu and Bessie Marksbury Rev G W Young tho noted tem perance orator will deliver one of his Inimitable lectures hero this evening at tho court house Rev Lconldus Robinson left yester day for Wllllamstown wbero hu will hold u protracted meeting for the Methodists He will be absent about two weeks Miss Cordlo Hamilton of Buena VI- ta and Mlttlo Dunn of Bryantsvllle OwsloyMissesSlolla Dallou of Stanford are vUltlng Mrs II M Bullou The little Misses Allen bavo been victims of the plnK uye Editor Louis Landram has bad a relapse ol the grip D W Guinea has suffered an attack of pneumonia Dr J L McKee after a weeks sere vices discontinued the revival at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening Ho Is troubled with hoarseness and considered a cessation necessary to tile preservation of his voice SweooeyMorshipped a car load ol bogs to the city Saturday T J Horning bought of Jack Bourno 10 sheep at 4c R G Ward has bought Capt Wm Uerndons dwelling und In payment Is to erect for Mr Herndon a bundeome- residence on tho beautiful building lot a portion of the Herndon place Mr and Mrs J S Baugbman of Danville Miss Jennie Embry William lllali and son Allen Mrs W T Drowning and children of Lexington Mrs Frank Bacon and little son of Louisville attended Mrs B A Harris funeral at this place on Monday Mrs 0 M Patterson has returned from Livingston where she arranged as president ol the district W C T U for the noxt annual meeting of that or ganization April 30 and May 1 and 2 The district Includes Boyle Madison Mercer Roekcaeilo and Garrurd Misses Julia May and Nannie Gaines wore hero Saturday with their visitors MUses Early of Faycttc and Jennie Turley of Missouri Geogo Harris of Carlisle Is hero at his homo on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Dr A S Price and two fair young ladles of Stanford wero In this city Sunday- A concert will bo given next Thurs day evening at tho opera boufo for the benefit of tbo Clovorport sufferers Tho best vocalists and other nOR local musi cians Including tho Lancaster orches tra under the leadership of T B Long will furnish tbo program and a lint class musical entertainment is promised Admission 153 and 35c More sod is being broken and a larg er acreage of corn will be planted in tbo county this spring than for years Last year IUO worth of clover and tim otby seed wero sown on u certain farm and already all but 12 acres of It have been broken with a probability of turn Ing tho rest a little later because of so poor a sot In grass The trial of Luther Ray for the kill ing of Edgar Drown election night re suited In a verdict of acquittal Tho defense made a much better case than at the previous trial a number of wit nesses testifying to having beard Brown threaten Rays life The faith er of Ray was also said to have advised his son that It might be necessary for him toklll Brown In selfdefense Mr Masonbelmer a guest at the Garrard Hotel who travels for a tobacco house at Lexington suffered a partial stroke of paralysis while attending Fields minstrels hero Friday night Ho was taken in a carriage to Danville where ho has resided a num ber of years Ho Is well known in this section as ho represented a Cincinna ti fruit firm for a long time previous to his present engagement Mrs Salllo Ann Harris after an Ill ness of about six days from bronchial pneumonia died at her homo In this city Sunday morning at 0 oclock She had reached her 75th your and belong ed to a wldo mind Influential relationship She was the daughter of the wealthy farmer Allen Hlatt of three generations She had been twice married her first husband being Jack Bcazlcy a brother of the late James and Allen Bcazley and Mesdames Gar rard Elkln and Martha Salter Her second husband was Russell Harris an Inlluantlul farmer of tbo Sugar Creek section Mrs Harris leaves an aged slater Mrs Susan Anderson three daughters Mesdames John and Simeon Anderson and Miss Dovo Harris and ono son residing In the West Tbo neral was preached at tho homo on Monday afternoon by Elder Jesse Walden assisted by Eld A R Moore The deceased was one of the oldest members of tbo Christian church and her placid spiritual faco will long bo miss ed by a host of friends and relatives TWICE PROVEN Vindicator Rulherfordton N C Tho editor of tho Vindicator has had occasion to test the eflicacy of Chamber lains Pain Balm twice with tho most re workable results in each case First wIth rheumatism In the shoulder from which liesuflbred excruciating pain for 10 days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts alllicted and realizing instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time Second in thou matism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing with tho liniment on retiring at night and got up free from painFor sale by Craig Rocker Druggists yam A Marlon county trader bought a car of hogs at 5c POLITICAL Attorney General Grlgga has resign ed Tbo null service commission will op pose the reappointment of Collector Kapp Irovernmcotdepartmeots lt44U drawing salaries to the amount of 1002850572 per annum Thirteen of the 21 members of tbo Democratic Committee In tbo Fulton Hlckman legislative district mot at Fulton denounced tho action of tbo meeting of committeemen at Clinton March St declared Molt Ayers the nom inee for Represenatlvo and directed County Clerks to place his name on the olllclal ballot As Mr Wattcrson says so say all true piraticalblackthe partl colored liaR of populism and upwith tbo bright old banners of do mocracy untcrrlfled and undefiled Let the word go forth in every legisla tive district and senatorial subdivision from one end of Kentucky to the other and wo shall see at Frankfort next win ter a body of picked Kentuckians on whom the people can rely To Declare Farris Nominated The democratic executive committee of the 18lh Senatorial District of Ken tucky Is ordered to meet M tbo courthouse In Stanford on the Oth day of April 1001 and If by the Eat day of April 1001 there la no opposing candi date for the democratic nomination for State Senator the executive committee of said district will declare Hon Geo T Pars tbo democratic nominee for State Senator without the Intervention of a convention R C WAUKEN Chairman 18th Senatorial Diet Well Said I desire through your paper to express my heartfelt thanks to my friends who so loyally supported mo In tbo race for Jailer of Lincoln county and earn estly entreat them every one to be Just as truo and loyal when the final test comes to all those who won in the recent primary epeclally to my worthy and successful competitor Mr Isaac Herrin He as well as the whole tick et deserve and shall have my hearty support and my friends who Interested themselves In my behalf can do noth lug more pleasing to me now than to work for the democratic ticket until the final yoto is taken in November JOHN PEPPLES Urges Election of Ticket As I will not likely bo privileged to seo each and all of those good demq crate who favored and assisted me In by effort to becomo the riomineo for sheriff I avail myself of this means of expressing to them my profound thanks for their freo and zealous assistance I assure you my friends that I feel very grateful for this high evidence of your confidence in my Integrity and ability to servo you In thanking you I am not Insensible of the conflict and duty that now confronts ua alland would urge you to join mo in an effort to elect the worthy ticket nominated T J HILL SR Stanford Male Academy Tbo following Is the roll of honor ol the Stanford Male Academy for the seventh month ending March 22 fool Grade L Joseph H Murphy 07 Chas R Wright 03 James G Carpen ter Grade II Elijah T Spoonnmore 07 Allen J Coffey and George O Spoona more 00 Wlnfrov Duncan and John Menefee Jr 03 Henry Clay Ruploy 02 George G Beazley 01 Grade III Richard M Williams 07 Hubert Carpenter and Cecil Wil liams 00 George Guy Gilmore Mene leo 01 George E Cooper 02i Adam JL Pence 83- Grade A Robert L Porter 00 Miss Ella May Newlund 00 Robert L Porter and Miss Ella May Newland were perfect In deportment this month Winfrey Duncan Robert L Portor John Mcncfce Robert Root George and Thomas Spoonamore Richard Williams and Charles Wright were neither absent nor tardy this month E L GKDims Prln MRS E L Gituinis Asat tmldah6tThursd- ay Hens March 21 the death angel visited the homo of Mr and Mrs C H Carter and claimed one of tbolr little ones as its own Llttlo Susan a bright sweet baby of 20 months was taken from them to the Paradise of God there to become a beautiful angel Every care and attention that loving ones could be stow were hers but of no avail She bad pneumonia and lingered only one week when her spirit took Its flight It was hard 0 so bard to give her up but perhaps It is better so for her lit tin body will never again suffer pain and her soul rests with Him who arid Suffer little children to come unto me for of such Is the kingdom of Heaven Susan was one of the twins of whom Mr and Mrs Carter were justly very proud Elizabeth Susans twin sister and Robert a boy of live aro loft to bo a comfort to tho father and mother In their grief In this time of deep distress they havo tbo greatest sympathy of their many friends MARY D What most people want Is something mild and fccntle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in ofluct For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Miss Martha Hausor Is suing tho postmaster at Barada Mich for 85 000 for calling her a hateful old maid Gen HarrUons will left 810000 to a posthumous child but the provision seetra to have been unnecessary r yv = ifs =ijF = == = =roJ New Lines of f jJ 11 Spring1-f j 4 m Novelties1 Arriving Daily CD J I nIT PAYS TO TRADE AT I THE GLOBE t RepairingiFI I money back if youre not satisfied JYourtfj HIHSCH RW Successors to J L Frobman Co nVIlIBJI r iI Aira WYWAA 1aAy Ar1n CI tJ aQ V aJ tl V IB aSaAIt8SSfi e 7 1ji iHa Our Spring Stock 2 Ci fi Itsr ooc 5 r3yw Will Contain the fewest and Nicest Things the Market I + Affords We always have the tj fl e + A B Newest Things Out fifV rr- a The shirts this season will be the most beautiful patterns ever shown since the negligee made its nppeamnce tti t f SEE OUR STOCK at 0 i 1 Some have already beJOII I H J McROBERTS p 18qft aor fi3 11 It t kVdnAy4erlCydt jV fji S V9 A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties forIyearsthat t I carry a full stock of Doors Sasli yt Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate a anyprices offered tT air This Is The Best Clothes Wringer Made Jf IfWARRANTY4 The rolls in this i 11arcproves Jtime wo will replace same free of charge 1 1 J HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford r CRAIIGO the 0HCKIRc x Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PRICES r Fri HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON The Editor Visits his Old Vir ginia Home By the kindness of u brother whose every thought seems to be of my pleas ure and welfare I am again permitted to visit the scenes of my younger days and live over again as It were the S happy hours of childhood Twenty years ago I knew every chick and child in my neighborhood In dear old Hanov er county Vat but now I am almost a stranger in a strange land Young men of those days are the old citizens now and I am deeply impressed with the fact that Im nol as young as I used to be Since my last visit to the Old Domin ion some eight years ago my only sis ter has been made a widow and her grief 48 well as the absence of her husbands cheery words saddens my visit to the dear old home no little But I must not dwell on sad thoughts bap py ones are best received Through the courtesy of Mr G W Barney the clever C d O passenger agent at Lexington myself and little daughter were provided with transpor tatlon over that splendid railroad which runs through a portion of the most picturesque scenery in the United States Leaving the beautiful bluegrass counties of Fayette Clark and Montgomery the tourist Is soon merg ed into the mountains of Rowan and other counties and almost before he knows It he has penetrated West Vir glnla whose river and mountain scenery Is superb This feeble pen will not attempt to describe the magnlUcenceof the scenery along Now River In the above State The beautiful clear riv er on one side and towering peaks on the other must be seen to be best ap predated The U k O has probably more sum 5mar resorts on its line than any road East of the Mississippi The famous old White Sulphur Springs where in days gone by the wealthiest of the wealthy gathered every summer it Iatlil a popular watering place and just ly so The climate in summer is des lightful while the sulphur and other waters there lire the purest in the countryThe C b O trains which run from Lexington to Washington are about as near traveling palaces as one could well Imagine Heated by steam lighted by electricity and the car seats and backs as soft as older down pillows the traveler is as much at case In one of its Pullman cars as ho is In the par of a wealthy Lincoln county citi v mf tff t t7itt I fftffit 1iifii e d e e if i ttea laaeyf1 k fwieetset aff a tf e Strike liuIe TflG Iron 1 Hot IL j It is the last chance you will ever have like this Thousands have taken advantage of thelGreat Closing Out Sale at the The Louisville Store Stanford Kentucky We put within your reach whatever low prices can do in the newest and best yours on easyterms We offer you bargain after bar ain with such plentitude of attractions to select from that1yo- ursatisfaction is gained without an effort The LowPrice farlaves Over Every Department of Our Establishment itS Ladles patent leather bejts heavy gilded worth 35c dont miss tills chance this week 16c Ladies leather belts all sizes patent fasten ers worth 25o 9c 63x00 bleach ready mado shets 43o- 81x00 unblench ready made sleets 30o 72x72 bed spread Manalllvs pattern CIte i 2j yard lace curtains worth 75c 48e 3yard lace curtains only i2c- S 6foot felt shade patent rollers only lOc All linen shades plain and fringed worth 5pc 25c 2000 yards Hamburg bought at COc on the v dollar least half onIS these goodsI1000 yards of Val and Linen Lace that wasIbought tho same way 10 dozen 13x2p check linen towels worth 100 3c i Fancy border linen town 8 16x27 worth 16c He Fancy border linen towels 16x20 Ic I fancy linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c 15c I All linen blue bordered towels 39x2IMlSc I White linenfringcd towers 41x21 worth 3c 24c- 16inch i linen crash per yard only 6c 200 pairs mens wool pants actual value ofIgoods f2 will sol at MsHe Boys knee pants lOc Boys long pants in jeans 48c Mens all wool doeskin jeans pants as long as they last 69c One lot of Capes and Cloaks will close out at less than cost Mens and ors Overcoats to close out at lees than manufacturers prices zen Tis a modern age when a man can enjoy such luxuries while going over the country- Virginia though further South Is not as verdant as Kentucky and little grass is seen The climate Is warmer but It seems that the soil does not do- Its work as early as that around Stan ford The fields in the grand old State may not bo as greun nor the soil as rlcb as that of other States but every inch of Virginias ground Is precious to those of us who claim it as our native StateI hurriedly to catch the mall Goodbye for a day or two E C W THERE is a battle royal on for su premacy In subscription lists between the Lexington Herald and Us youthful competitor the Democrat The former Is offering a house and lota two weeks trip to Ocean View and another of the same length to Old Point and the latter two trips to the Pan American Exposition la prize contests This Is all very well for papers that can not get subscriptions any otber way the INTERIOR JOURNAL does not have to resort to such schemes It has the largest circulation of any country pa per in the State and its advertising pa tronage is so large as to be actually burdensome The way to get subscrib ers is to give the people more than the worth of their money in the paper and with subscribers In largo numbers the advertisements come unsolicited Wo actually turned oil three columns of good ads this Issue TilE committee appointed by Judg Barker to white wash Lawyer Klnkoad In the charges made against him by Gov Beckham didnt exactly fulfill ex pectations The majority exonerates KInkead and says tho charges made by the governor were without foundation but Maj R C Davis filed a minority report dissenting from the latter con clusion and saying that from the papers before him there were grounds for the charges Ma Davis will doubtless be fired at once from the civil libertine band for hovlng opinions of his own and the courage to express them TilE supreme court of North Caro lina which Is republican has solemnly asseverated In a ponderously worded opinion that church olllcere have the right to expel from membersblp any Negro who votes the democratic ticket The same court would doubtless hold that a Negro has the natural and in alienable right to rob hen roosts and still retain church membership and II zort the bretheren1 to similar achievements Louisville Post is engaged In fTUB g ghost stories which are true as the average item in that paper MR BRYAN In his Commoner offers a reward of 15 for a written statement not to exceed 600 words signed by Mr Cleveland applying democratic principles as ho understands them to at least five of the questions now before the country This Is in response to Mr Clevelands recent letter appealing to the rank and file of the democratic party to return to correct principles and Is In keeping with the character of the editorial that follows in the discus aloe of the latter the whole of which Is undignified and not In keeping with the kind of matter to be expected from one who has twice aspired and is apparently still aspiring to the highest oftico in the land Job was anxious for his ads versary to write a book The enemies of Mr Bryan must feel fully as satisfied that bo Is editing a paper DlT begins to look like at least a com mon school education ought to be one of the requisites to admission to the bar fudging by the ludicrous breaks of some of the socalled lawyers In orthog raphy etymology syntax and prosody A Lexington firm of Blacketone degen erates recently described a hog In a pe tition as a Pole dt China and now limb of thocomes a Louisville brokon law with a petition for divorce on the ground that the defendant wife was UDcbased TUB governor of Indiana granted a requisition for some Shelby county Negroes last week wanted for house breaking Whats the matter with trying him with one for Taylor and Finley et al P They stand indicted for a muSt heinous offense and should be brought to justice which in this case looks like the gallows INSTEAD of disfranchising drunken men as they should be the Illinois Legislature will provide that Intoxi cation shall bo regarded as a physical disability and an Intoxicated person shall be on titled td assistance in mark ing his balota8 blind or Ignorant people are Shame upon such law mak ing IT Is told that President Harrison wrote his own will It remains to be seen If bo made one the dourts wont break Samuel J Tilden was a great lawyer but his will written by him self pass the muster of the courts COL A S BERRY says bo has rctlr cd from politics He evidently means that politics has retired him His fight on Goebel sounded his death knell A terrific windstorm swept over Birmingham Ala and vicinity yester day killing 20 people in Birmingham and suburbs and injuring many Fifty were killed at Iron ale a few miles away A number of houses are re ported to bavo been wrecked and the property damage Is great- E B Sweeney has filed suit in Boyle against the Times and Courier Journal for each for charging that bo obtained money by false pretenses Four men are reported to have kid naped Mat Delph from Livingston Dolph was a member of revenue par tv which had raided several moonshine stills u rStcks of now spring sally arc coning in every I youIpieces now a added to I I our already big linn of dress goods to be sold at a I sacrifice in this closing out tale I Dimity Pique 15 pieces llalicut Lawns Organ 1 dy Covert Cloth and hundreds of now things that our space will not permit us to mention One big lino of calico worth Be only 3Jc for closing out price I Best brands of blue calicoes 6c quality closingi price 4 and 4jc I Yard wide blench cottou 7jc quality closing outIprice only 4 jc Yard wide brown cotton closing out price 4 t r 1 Ladies kid gloves worth il and f1b ourI1 price 49 4 1 Our line of sample shoe 2 j find 3 worth 8160 I t and 12 will as long ai they last atM6Sc Blue and red plaid table linen 40c quality clos I ing out price 23c- 50InchI white tablo linen 40o quality closing 1 price only 23c IOne lot of polkadot shirt waists in wool twoIto a customer worth ioo 3DcI Ladies black figuod drdss skirt worth tWO DSoI Ladles all wool rainy day klrtM19S1 I mattiogaIJtf EDITOR WOODSON Of the Oweotbo thlrelJlvesanything he wants and he deserves any party reward he may ask but we advise him to leave that railroad com- missionership alone Olllce holding In high or low degree Is a delusion and 8I snareMn HARRISON KOUERTSONS new book The Inlander Is receiving highly flattering notices Since Mr Robertson has become so noted an author and shaved oil his moustache be looks more like James Whitcomb RI Joy than the CourierJournal scribe the writer know a score or more years ago MORE LOCALS CUT IN TWAIN The body of an unknown man wets found near Klugsvllle on too Cincinnati Southern track It bad been cut In twain by the train the right leg was mangled and there was a bolo In the head Eight cents and two empty bottles were found In his pock ets The man was about 20 years of age slim with light hair and brown oyes about five lent six Inches hlgn and weighed about 150 pounds ANTHONY A dispatch yesterday said that the body of Clarence Anthony would arrive today for burial but gavo no particulars as to his death He was the son of Mr and Mrs P J An ebony and a very bright young man 4 TilE sensational correspondents are making a great ado oyer a Moreland Negro Charles Woolrldgo who cats glass but say nothing of the largo number who never cat anything they work for AUCTION I I wlll sell at Public Auction at house In Uarstovrn near Alex Martin between Stanford and Rowland on Wednesday Mch 27th Ol pour rooms of furniture stoves wagon chickens harness und stock Also n stock of clothing and shoos J GOLD JUMBO I will make the season with my line jack Jumbo Will servo mares or Jennets at tO to Insure a living colt S2JBO Hero Is a fine mule jack Will servo mares at S8 to Insure a living colt DeBoe My fine youolt Jack 01100 will servo n felY mares true charge Seasons duo when mares aro sold or parted with Pasture for Jennets 83 per month I Will not bo icsponslblo for accident should any occur B B KING Moreland I 2000 yard Ingrain cat IeI000 yards hemp carpet 100 ptice mating rag carpe t and floor I Ir oil cloth will be closed out at 10 to 49o per yard 30c and uSe corsets pink blue and white omImer corsets will close out at tic I Pink Illnc Drab and White Short Walt Corsets only 4Rc They are worth double tlc money II 1I oather Tip Corset is the best Inl1 only nINotions 400 doz fine pearl butlona worth 10 and 18o 1 ier Inz Co 800 yards fanny webbing worth lOc this week 3e f8 spools machine thread Hte r- r 00 dozen harm collars worth lie our price 60 rI Mens simpendrr Oo MenV silk nlphtdluspel1llcra worth 25c ISo Mens MsamluM black sax only Co Met heavy gray mixed ration sox othersrask you lOcft pelt our price S pairs I Shoes Ono lot of childrens school shoes 8 to 11 4SeFpcelal JYard1 X = = J t onternplating iL New Design In Wall Paper THE OLD FEELING OF THE PAST REVIVED Kfcrytlilngin the world IU form fromguts some Ideal whether it man n lower or a piece of wall paper The art productions of to day are but tho oxprrs Ions of an Neal that hen been fostered through the ages Half the fun of living Is in an attraclivo homer An Attractive HomeIs not so much a matter of expense as It is of taste Art and economy beauty and comfort OurlineFurniture CarpetsPicture W W Withers Stanford tt SDirietninrj NeWt IT WILL vIHARD After a good dear of persuasion I de cantruthfullythe kind math The price at first J gfcmed high but after a trial Iant con vinced It is very cheap u C i MRS E J DROWN FOR SALE KY r GEO H FARRIS 6 CO WakeUp URcketrTo The TUB Racist store is Far In Tie Lead In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Caps Ladles and Gents Furnishing Goods priceMens I 7 Jc a pair Nnee Pants He a pair Laces and hamburgs nt less than cost Skirt binding at Ic n yard Ladles Umbrellas for M9c Suspenders 8c a pair Suits worth 1760 at83 48 Shoes at less than over been sold in Stanford MensIbargains can be had which we havent space to mention Good machine thread 2 spools for 5c The Racket Store Stanford KyJacob Glnsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Banktl 11 j ti DANVILLE KENTUCKY OpeningtSPRING AND SUMMER w r Pattern Hats r FRIDAY and SATURDAY NQL 29 and 30a t Wo will liavo on exhibition more than 200 of the very newest ideas and smartest model hilts for Spring und Sum j mer wear These will range in price from J to 918 We arc exclusive agents for PHILLIPS ATOIISON ladies tatters Whose creations now regulate the fashions in Tailored Hats Not only are they tho leading attractions in first Lont and Continental Europe as well Read about them i- tk Vogue j Silk Waists o The prettiest line we have ever been able to show our trade Special values in fine black Tafieta Waists at 5 t and X150 New and exclusive styles in all tho choice Spring shades from 150 to 10 AHk to see the now tailored silk Eton routs They are extremely stylish and becoming as well as serviceable tSILK STRIPE WOOL CHALLIES 29c YARD New Silks Genuine twilled Foulards 21 inches wide 65C ydin now designs in black old rose blues and browns Cheney Bros Liberty satinfaced Foulards Jpl nsYprice of these is 125 More than 25 pieces finest grade of cords 150c yd wash silks in pure white ami tho new cameo shading 750ydNow Washable Talletas in plain colors un Guaranteed to w- ashHOSIERY Wo have many special values to oiler in this depart mont At 25c genuine lisle thread first Purless black extra line guagc with double sole heel and toe Yea yby priceiunct styles at 25c 50c J rife and 1 pair All over lace lisle thread hose in black white and colors at 50c pai- rTAILOR SUITS A look will convince you that we have the best line it- a Central Kentucky and that we sell them at closest prices t Any price from 8 up All alterations made free of charge NEW WASH GOODS Wtfiaro now showing more than 500 pieces now wash Luppetsfrom12A 15 1 S 20 and 25c Linen Madras for waists at JJ5c WHITE GC ODS Every description of white goods nnulit nil prices White goods for waists for commencement dresses for street dresscslfor underwear More kinds and better val ues than you will see anywhere A B Robertson Bro KENTUCKYr 4 THE INtERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky Uuicit 20 1001 OUR prescription work Ia unsurpaBs IJconysDruJr PERSONALS S J EMimv In IB In Memphis Mu JAMKS B OWENS It quite sick BORN to the wife of Mr L L Doty a son Miss ANNIE DUNN Is visiting Mils Jennie McKinney atUustonvlllo MRs C P Srt sin of Lexington Is the truest of Mien Sallie Dodderer MRS WAI HAMILTON wont to Lex ington Saturday to volt her parents Miss LUCY FRANCIS has reiurned from a visit to friends In Richmond Mn JOHN RIDDLE of Pulaekl is hero to buy a Lincoln county farm MRs s P STAUG Is spcndlnc a few days with Mrs G P Bright lit Dan ville MRS E C WALTON Clulborno and Mbs Frances Cooper spent several days at UuBtonvlllo Miss DOLLIE McRoiiBKTS will en tertaln the Fancy Work Club Thurs day afternoon Miss SALLIC SHKtroN has succeed cd MUs Suo Rout as cashier ut tbo Louisville Store Mn S A BULLOCK of Richmond was hero Sunday to see one of Stan fords little beauties MRS M C BPKNSIUB and Mrs A O HutTmsn attended Mrs Harris fu neral at Lancaster yesterday Mn THOMAS H COLLINS of Rich mond was down Sunday to see one of Mrs W H Shanks pretty visitors MESSRS GILDKUT GIUNSTEAD as Gordon ParrUb of Richmond were the guest of Mr E H Beazloy Sunday ATTORNEY J R HUSH was down from Richmond Sunday He pronounces 1the capital of Madison the finest town ho has struck yet MISSES MARY AND NELL ADAMS of HustODVllli have returned from Gin clnnatl where they wont to purchase their spring millinery Du AND MRS J M BLACK of Knoxvllle and Miss Mllo Fish of Crab Orchard arrived yesterday to visit Dr 1and Mrs J G Carpenter THE Warren Grlsby Chapter of tbo Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs J W Alcorn this Tuesday afternoon at 230 MR AND Mies J AL ALVERSON en tertulncd In honor of Miss Christine Bradley the charming guest of Miss Tevls Carpenter at the St Asaph Fri day evening Miss GREEN of Indianapolis Mie Llccio Bnazloys pretty new trimmer arrived yesterday She Is a grsdunt- In the beautiful art and up todate o all the styles- A DISPATCH was received by Mr W- It Underwood yesterday tolling hl of the serious Illness of his eonlnlaw Mr Frank Holtzclaw at Alva Cook county Wyoming MR Gus SALINGER of the Green Front Danville was hero yesterday advertising his slaughter solo and gave us an order for 3500 bills halt tho size of this paper Miss MAMIE MCROIIERTS Is very sick at Richmond Mrs A A McKln Cllftodh her daughter Mrs W 1C SmltbJdvocate RYAN Commandery No 17 has con upotl Hutcbinson of Burgln G L Penny of Stanford A E Hundley John R Yea ger and Harry GlovannolrAdvocatt Miss NELLIE WARREN roturnc from Decatur Ga Friday where sb has been attending college oho recently underwent an operation for np pcudlcltls which was very successful and she is apparently now In the best of health EDITOR E C WALTON accompanied his little daughter Lucy Leo left Friday for old Virginia to see his sis ter Mrs I N Vaughan and visit tho scenes of his childhood after an nb pence of many years Ho has been a tireless worker and his patrons will wish him all tbo joy and comfort that comes from such a visit and long de served root LOCALS 1Ftusn fish at W H Bradys UPTODATE tinting done at Miss Su crays NICE lino of wedding presents at Hamiltons ZIEOLEII BROS reliable footwear for ladies at Severance fc Sons A FEW days more cold weather wilt exhaust our supply of coati J H Baughman k Co THE Southern engineers returned from St Louis yesterday and will re sume tho survey this morning TilE Centre College Glee Club will give an entertainment at Alcorns Op era House Hustonvllle March 20th BEST 121 cent sea leland percales this week at Sc also big cut on ginghams and cotton Read our advertisement J P Jones Tim trustees of the graded school elected Prof M O Winfrey principal over 20 or more applicants There are eight or nine teachers to be selected HAVE your photo made at Miss Sa Crays WASH silks 60c urde and SOo Severance S Sons HALE WATERS bad ht leg broken Sunday by a barn door falling on it GARDEN Seeds OnionSets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren is Shanks LADIES look our Ilke waists and dresses Black goods for skirts Severance L Sons THE Canton Disc Harrow for dura bility good work and light draft For solo by George H Farrls fc Co NEW Disc Corn Planters at Higgins fc McKlnneys Also onehorse chain less Oleo Corn Planter See them TilE largest stO anydkrop solo In this section for a long time Is that of I d G S Shelby advertised on our 4th saga J H BAUQHMAN d Co will sell you bay and feed of all kinds at almost your own price in order to reduce stock Miss ANNIE PHILLIPS will have her spring opening next Tuesday and cordially invites all of her patrons and the public generally to call and Jnepect her pattern hate MY friends will find me in the old Christian church on Depot street where they can got good livery at low prices Special attention to feed and bay horses I M Bruce SQUIRE HAINES and a jury of two mon after hearing tbo case of loon vs Green yesterday ordered Green to get off of lebns premises on the Crab Orch dand pike for non payment of rent THE builiilng of the wood work of the large Ice house for the Stanford Water Light fc Ice Co was awarded to J A Allen Co at 8747 It will re quire over 40000 feet of lumber and shingles galore Ten men were at work on yesterday THE gilled vocalist Mrs Cecilia Ep penhauscn Bailey with Mrs Lee F Huffman of Lexington as accompa nlcst will give a song recital at Wal tons Opera House April 20 under the auspices of the C W B Mall music lovers will be glad to know THE Glasgow Times thinks that the failure of Lincoln county democrats to rIve Dink Farmers blood hounds a chance shows that they are not dead game sports and can not recognize a good thing when they see it As clover old Dink was only beaten by nine insto years hence HerbertnRcnsbugh and William Nox who escaped from the D D Institute at Lilymcounty by 0 J Newland and returned They gave as a reason for leaving that they did not like to stay there but when Newland told that It was that or go to jail they eaten without a murmer HEAVY FINElt G Hall George W Walt Cy Walt and L E Hunt charged with conspiracy to defraud the Somerset BanklngCompany were fined ifpnot money or Appll citlon was made for a new trial There arn other cases against them to bo tried this term one for making false report of too condition of the bank FOUNTAIN LYNCH a human pervert Is In jail charged with failure lo sup port his Infant children and with beat mostd aeman can so as to spring starve or be otherwise cruel to them and a tallow charged with such offense would got It to the full extent of the law before a jury of fathers As there Is already a Quo of 325 against Lynch In the circuit court Judge Bailey let him oft with a 910 fine as It would do no good to keep him In jail AN association to be known as The Boylo and Lincoln County Burial Asso elution has been formed the object of which Is to provide for the funeral ex penses of Its members Any one be tween the ages of 1 and 70 who Is in good health can join Persons over 10 years pay 12 cents on the death of a member who Is allowed 1100 for bur sal and those below that ago pay 0 cents and are entitled to a 150 burial C L Cover is president and treasurer W W Wiseman vice president and Boyle Nichols secretary Nichols C Cover are the associations undertakers The circulars just printed at this office show how cheaply one can tot a decent bur- Ial by joining the association RIGHT SORT OF DEMOCRATS When Prospecllvo Squire J A Dudderar was said to have been beaten by John W Walter a bolter said to him I reckon you will bo with us after this when ho hotly replied that defeat nor any other thing would swerve him from the support of the full democratic ticket which be will vote as long as he can got to the polls Mr O S Rogers who was defeated on being told by a republican who Imagined ho was sore that anybody who would vote for the ticket nominated on the 16th ought to be kicked told the follow If ho thought so to begin on him as ho intended to vole It from first to last By the way Mr Dudderar feels much elated In winning over a field of good ones and us to say to those who supported 1elm that he will show his gratitude by that they did not misplace their confidence In him unl3uetripday evening at the homo of Mr and Florenceeyershome so recently finished was convert a palcenor In the dining car was eoundedtheguests were presented with compll thedlolagwith an aisle between and the buffet In tho bay window presented a fine Imita ion of a real dining car Hero the t theiricketstheyereconverting of the puzzles Into the betweenincinnatito be found in Boston furnished much AstorAnlahlog presidedthelinentravellogblotter for the men Miss Nettle Wray tbeluckydruwlnJroom MrBrlof folders giving full Information as to li trains and connections scenery and telThomaswith his official cap and bundle of pa persadded greatly to the reality of the 1 Illusion There were present beside andMrsonce Tate Misses Dolllo McRoborts acd1DaldwlnWill Shanks Jack Rout Wallace Withers Jack Beazley Dick Denny HillSpaldlnjlCobb P M McRaberts and Dr Jones Y was real April day t with its sunshine and showers Rain fell all night and the clouds aro threatening this morningAIF you want a high medium or low1Cpriced carpet see our samples and get prices Well save you money J P Jones HAD A RAZOR Marshal Jones ar rested Mallnda Kendrlck In Mncks rlllo Sunday night as she was going for another Negro woman On being searched a razor was found in Mallndaalstocking and she is In jail charged with carrying concealed weaponsi W0B McROBERTS DRUGGIST i Freshest ofDrugs and Sundries At Lowest Prices A This Week y T Just to rntke things lively and to acquaint you with the many attractive Spring Goods we are now showing wo A will offer this week the following Inducements to l RVISIT OUR STORE PercaluAhave a world of pretty C WASH GOODS I TAndwantyou to see them before you buy Among tEe many are Silk CLambras Silk Ginghams Korah Pongees Mercerized Organdies Persian 1Organdiesetc- Come this week buy what you wish In domestics an- do look through the other lines If you dont buy your spring Dress Goods N Now It will help you to decide later what you want S John P Jones ti fl I 1 I Come and See I 1The now goods More different kinds more different prices than ever shown before in Stanford Prices aro reasonable and styles are more varied New Swissec Khoran Pongees Ginghams Tis sues Chambras Wool Crepe de Chene Batistes Wash Silks m Foulard Silks Wash Taffetas Mercerized Goods of many kinds IAll Kinds Of Trimmings e ISuch as Acrue Bands Persian Bands Gilt and Chiffon t i In fact we are showing all the seasonable laand desirable go- odsSEVERANCE t a SONSIIOpposite Court House jtliiU ffli ur4 i What We SellitieliiclesTho largest stock in Central Kentucky including Columbus Kaufman Woodbine Brockway Troy and ether lead ing manufacturers Implements A big line andsolected by an experienced Implement man from the best known implement manufacturers In the country Harness I vcrjthing kept in a strictly 6rat case Harness Store We manufacture every stitch of our finer grade of harness Wagons The Old Reliable Mitchell and Fish Bros IConi An experience of years has taught us which is tho best We handle Coal only front mines of the best reputation Feed Wo buy and sell Hay Oats Corn Bran etc We make a specialty ot Seed and Feed Oats Have handled 10 cars in CO days We are soul agents for Gluten Meal Royal Cement Plaster Dr Hres Stock Food loultry Panacea etc We buy everything in Car Lots for Cash and sell goods on a smaller Margin than any house in Danville Bruce Bright Danville 1 TIrE INTERIOR JOURNAL ubUahdrUS rad TSdept 1 PER YEAR CASH Whin not sopsldmsOO will twchtrttd Uttered n the pottQfflce at Stanford a toonddatt matter rOB SALE Two hundred and fifty bales pure limo thy hay None better D S CAlUFKTEn Hustonville FRU ITT BROS MORELAND KY FurnitureAnd Undertaking TOJ WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby state that the Tts5 Plow sold by II S Carpenter Is just se far superior to tho Oliver Chilled as the Deerln Is superior to tho cradle W O OOWAN- J 8 000 DES M OWENS A S PRICED SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky omCOT WcRoberU Drug Store in the Owil Bnlldlni FTTBZIC SAM I I will soil at public auction In front of Oco Holmes storehouse at Crab Orchard depot on Saturday Mch 33 for the pur pose winding up a partnership one car load of HUGO IBS These are firstclass altleather top vehicles brand new and wil a bo soil without reserve to the highest bid der for cash In band OM OtLLIIiAND Lexington JHWARD CO = INV =eLivery feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St Stanford f cr ytg flu K4ytSM iii New and ftylbh Turnout Itates reajonab Special attention to traveling ailearaen Uoroes bought mil told on conimlwlon Single feeds 30c Jlay 20c Illtebot Nobltcheaon public days Hood attention ghee all stock left at our Stable Phone M ADAMS FISTULA CURE i by3Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a sure cure for horses and mules afflicted with Fistula Pallevll Bwlnnsy Scratches Saddle Dolls Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper c For sale by W B McRob r arts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty O M Thompson Klogsvllle A K Caldwell Dunn Bros antavtlle Ky F K Compton Mllledgevllfo Oeo B Jeter lllddlebnr Ky Cash McClure Turueravlllo J II Vanhook McKln ney Farmers Roller Mills SrANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnormitToR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and nil of grind Ingand that I will at all times best o- fFlour Moal Shipstuff c Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very best results Dont forget me but bear In mind always that I need your patronage lIlO ll1S FRED Pror Jc+ tcGbMY h UNDEEtT AxmB t Manufacturer and Pcalear In HARNESS SATDDLBRY fisO Stanford Ky DrsaSlavinPhillipsOSTEOPATHISTS Will be In PinYllla Mondnyi WeJnesdtys and FrUsys Will be In Stanford Tuesta1l Tbundiyi and Sat urdaji Office In the IVnolngtoo Dultdtng Stanford OI Ace boars 0 to NII to r OSTEOPATHY This Science orljlntted and developed byDr r AT Still of KlrttTllle Moi depends un the principles of Anatomy sod 1Uyslology fur Us re sults It no no rubbing no surgical opertlona liedelalma hteg supernatural Osteopathy views man sac machine of so many parts Its li adjaitmvnt When all puts are adjusted soil not health Istberoaulu Some of tbe dlncaees treated by In Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Itheumatltin Catarrh Qranultted LIdS Goitre lleart Liver and Lung Diseases Conttlpatlon Piles Gall Stone Enlarged 1roitiate all Stomach Joints and Inteetlna trouble JilsloatioaeStlltJolnLs- ParalfalsIncontinence Max a specialty tbnsanatlon- rYee sun of Kti ILUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Rose o Brriall Fruit Asparagus Ilhuba and evorythingror Orchard and Oar den right us no p no but sell direct to the planter General nursei anllllptclal trowbcrry on appli- Cation to II F UlLLENMEYEH Phone 270 Lexington Iy POSTED below have huntlogTho public will F J Oclszl Crab Orchard Charlie Klcm Krlger Samuel Kwallon Ewell Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your carriage or wagon InOntclllsutylo Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle made new for very llttlo money J II GHKFH Stanford Ky PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE PREACHKR8VILLE KY The first session of this school will open Jan 1001 Our course of study Is us com Ieto as that found In the ordinary high school Including kitchen garden and niton In the nlmarV department The common school branches Higher Matho mattes I and tho lllble For further particulars address J 0 McKEE Principal EaR DILLEHADA- NVILLEKY Manufacturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Prices H Ca RUPLEY I Fhe Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Ins ft McKlnneys Stor Telephone No 48 FOR SALE I A Chance of A Life Time My Entire Stock of GenerallIerclul1llisc Store House and Lot For Sale or will sell my stock and rent store house and lot Best stand In Lincoln Co I F STEELE Hc8itsviuE Kr BEAZLEY F HAYS VNDERT98FSIN They Makes you YE for all GREATEST DRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And tho prices are much lower I have also equally ns great a line of samples for men New Goods of All Kinds NoW arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car RugsDrypers Etc JAMES FBYE Hmlonvllle Ky ii NEWS NOTES The Lexington City tax rate was Ox cd at 120- Preeldant Harrison loft I40000 In lire gave over 0000 to tho Cloverport Ore sufferers The Bourbon grand jury returned 120 Indictments against gamblers James Meadows a Southern Rallroda brakeman was crushed to death near TazwollThe Kentucky has been assigned to bo the flag ship of Rear Ad mlral Kcmpff Patrick Henry Thompson ono of tho finest old gentlemen In Fayctto county Mead aged 82 The LN paid 00000 for 40 Bcres of land at Mllldalo which wll bo ulled for additional track room Tho railroads have agreed on a 1 cent rate to tho grand army reunIon at Cleveland In September The wife of John C Ucrndon the traveling man for the BradleyGUI Company died at Louisville Gen Fred Funston hat set out with 10 Americans and a company of native scouts to capture Agulnaldo The Odd Follows have decided to build a 15000 addition to their Idow nod orphans home at Lexington The Ohio sap boiler are formlni a Maolo Sugar Trust and have raised the price of syrup 25 per cent An American syndicate has acquIred 5000 acres of In and i build a great sugar refining plant The court of appeals decides that It has no jurisdiction In the case of a saloon fined for open Sunday- In a court at Oreonsburg the Sheri and Attorney Jeff Henry fought and were fined for contempt of tho coua Lulgarte plaining mill at LextnJtton was fired and damage sustained to tho extent of 20000 with no Insurance Two persons wore killed and 17 wounded by the staecl car thev wen In running Into a O fo O train at Clncln natlSenator Tillman says the South Car ollDa dispensary has reduced drunkeD less 50 per cent and gives other atls factory results At Arkadolphla Ark John Wesley colored was banned for criminal Iault In tho presence of 2000 people who stood In a heavy rain fog three hours to witness the scene Jefferson Bounty will pay 1895 a mile for tho turnpikes In the county the total being 140000 that being the varago price asked by the owners Attorney General Drccklnrldge med ult In the Franklin circuit court gainst the Cumberland Telephone Company to forfeit Its charter for buv ag up and operating competing lines A M Herring whipped one of tbo saucy Negro mall carriers at Lexit ton and was held to the U S court It clog a serious offense to strike a carrier while In discharge of his duty Judge Field held that recovery atralnst a telegraph company for mental ifferlng occasioned by neglect or otber caullo apolles only to cases where rcl onshtp by blood or marriage Is love ed Benjamin 0 Davis a Sergeant Major of tbe Ninth Cdvalry colored bas passed a successful examination for a sound Lieutenants commission lIe- will be the second negro officer In the armyThe death rate of Havana for February was only 10 32 per 1000 which II said to be below the average of mOlt American cities The rate during the last February of Spanish rule was 8232 per 1000 The coal shipments from Plttsbun Pa this month Is the largest In the history of the Ohio river trade It witt proximate the enormous amount of 20000000 bushels of coal or about 200000 tons James Wllon Charles MoAdams and Wrljlbt MoAdams engaged In afightt Orlando Tenn in which Wilson wa killed The McAdams brothers who reside in Kentucky escaped from Ton sees offlcer- sjeor e Washington Anderson sect 6S years who has just been admitted to- tbe Plea ants county W Va poor- bouse confessed to having married women within the last 10 years All- are said to be living A L Johnson promises within the- next two years to carry passengers by 1 trolley line from Philadelphia to New- YorC for fivo cents Ho will commence to build the line at once The fare wll be 40 cents at first The State Board of Valuation and Assessment has decided that all life In- lurance companies doing bulsness In- this State must pay a franchise tax- based on the net revenue collected It tbo State each year An attempt was made to burn Ashland the town being fired In three- places slmutancously It Is believed to- hae been the work of tramps Infenlnjl- tbe suburbs The chief loss was a coal- tlople and drum house Tbe L R N the Southern road In- IeDtuckv tbe Illinois Central and the- O fc O railroads have filed suits ai Frankfort to enjoin the State Board Assessmont from certifying railroad franchise valuations The United States considers 200- OOPOOO the maxlum limit of IChlnls to and has fixed upon 825 lieimsted States would be willing to sbade- tbls other Powers joining In to reduce tbA total to 8100000009 Irom March 31 1693 to March 11 1901 British army expenditures Ulare- Irate 1125000000 Tho special loans- made on account of the Door War- amount to almost 700000000 A pretty rood sum to subdue a handful of- people who are far from being lubju- gated yet Tbe Korea the largest vessel ever- hullton this side of the Atlantic vas- lauDebed at Newport News Saturday- Sbe Is 5721 feet long 03 foot wide and 40 eet high In the hull The distance around the rail Is a quarter of a mile and she has accommodations for 1400 pafJ5engersA In Massachusetts killed her six children with an ax the other day and a father In Maine on the same day- killed his three children with a similar Implement The occurrence of such borror has lately seemed to be on tbe- Increase especially In Now England 1hole who commit such acts are ener- ally religious preverta n i Mrs Nation the Kansas saloon smasher will lecture at the Lexington opera house March 27 W P Evans a travellnlltnan of Yer sallies was found dead In a Lexlnltton hotel His death followed a protracted eprto The steamer Newfoundland has arrived at St Johns 23000 sealeklns Three other vessels heavily loaded will soon follow Mn Marcllla South Flzpatrlck wUe of ex Congressman Thomas Y Itzpat rick died of pbeurnonlu at Frankfon Saturday night Tlioi v U Joller advance of 25 cents a ton off pik Iron In Alabama roak a rise of 125 since tho November election Manufacturers predict a furtber advance Ex Mayor W J Gilbert of NJlel Mich committed suicide by sbootl Grief worry and financial losses caul cd by the fight of a defaulting bank cashier who was his close friend aro thought to have caused the suicide A plot to assassinate tho Czar has boon discovered A group 01lI udents drew lots and the fatal choice fell U 1 son of a General Tho young man told his father who informed the Czar IInd begged him leave St Petersburg LIBERTY Her S M Boll of New York Is with us again and has been delivering some very Interesting sermons at tbe Christian church Eld J Q Montgomery filled hllrelt ular appointment at tho Cbrlltlan church Sunday evening HU ubJect was Temporanc Mr Will Stone Is the champion flsh1 erman of this place lIe caugnt largo black bass In about 30 minutes Tho six weighed 10 pounds Miss Emily Royalty died of pouur nla at the home of her brother 11Ill1w George Woltord March IDih Her remains were brought to ibe ChristIan church and tho funeral preached by Eld J Q Montgomery Vies Mattie McRobtris who has been In Louisville several week buy lag her spring millinery will be hOlllo ibis week Dr Santo of ColumbIa ono of the best dentists In Kentucky II U the Exchange Hotel Ho will bo hero for several weeks The ladles of the W C T U had BD open csllion Sunday afternoon Tbo program consisted of music by Mlsi l Rowe and Bryant a solo by Mise Amanda Stone exercises by the L T L and several Interesting talks by tho adles of the Union The Union hal61 members of which 14 artS honorary Mr W H Wilkinson Is In Louis vll his week buying his spring andcur nor goods Miss Haldco Rowe of Jamestown is visiting her Bletir Mrll W C Adams Miss Birdie Stone of lontlccllo Is visiting her aunt Mr Seorgo E Stone Mr W W Phil Ips returned to Kentucky Unlvcrsl after a pleasant visit at homo Mlu I mma Fitzpalrfck of Somerset wbo hal been visiting her niece Mrs L M Sharp returned to her home Frlda Mrs W M Myers of Hustonville wal hore Friday week to son her faihcrM Winston Bowman who has been quite III Mrs Ruth McClure has been Quite ck but Is much better now Mr L- M Sharp was In Louisville last week nylng spring goods Miss Dolll Sharp who has been visiting In Scott vllle for several months hair returned bome Prof Davis and wife were at 10 Exchange Hotel Friday night losers J P Wilkinson and P W Thlpp were In Loulsvlllo last wool lying goofs Mice Maggie Brown who has been attending school at thia placo has returned homo STAlK or OHIO CITY or Totutxj i 14 CliKXKTtnskrsoatbihathf la ani- oatnerorthefrmotFJCltaxavACo Join ulnwr is the City of Toledo county Stat afohU and that said arm will pe too sum StO II NLJIIEU WLLAltS for each and ever Beef caraaan that cannot be cured by the Ule of HALLS CATAHUII CVIRIIllAKK J Chancy 5worn to Ixfore me and tubnrlbnl MJ enrc tills Clb day of Vuil rA A WOLEASOY sKiti Notary Public JaiFs Catarrh Curs U taken Internally and dlml1 n the Mood and moconi surfaces of thl Iotelll Hind for tntlinonlili free K J CIIENKV A CO Toledo 0 Wd brdrurElats 75o alls Family fills are the bent Public Sale I OF PERSONflL PROPERTY And Sontal of Land laying ilttblod to move to Oklahoma will- nlfer at public tale lo the lil lie t ant Lest bidder wllhout reterre on the remUvt near Shelby CII Ky o- nfodnosday April 10 1901 the following Personal property About 210 head of tUeol which 80 bead wll I pe esch- cad00 will weigh tt WI cacti MIcad Welgb Welgblng 800 from each S50 Wo600pounds ilo a lotof high lt1ade shorthorn cows and a r blrOO IboUborn- bull head of good ewes and lamb with 2- 1hd of Southdown bucki tot ot stock host heat or Work mule Inll borer Also various farmlnghllllpluenta nectaury to the rultlratlon 0- 1dlllerelroducls ol a thousand scre lirm We III sell ill driving end saddle horse vehicle harne dc barrels of corn bales of hay nd straw tereial houses and lots In Junction and Shelb Clllc and one house and lot on the San 1110 IIuiU nrllle pike two miles South of libel It City sod known as the tollgate property Tboulo1ndl of other things too numerous to tutu tlon There will be 1000 acres of land Jo rent for 1902 nd I9O to the hltheit end lint bidder Jool forget the date April to i A U s siiisunvShelby City Ky T n EKOUSIIBurtlonrer UBLIC SALE I ailngdeclilnl to to Oklahoma I will at the- TIUllllgglnl lirra oar J S 18Yalon Slan fonl Crab llrcbard pike five Stan ford on odnosday April 3d I9OI Irll at public auction slimy stock connoting of llghgraila Yearling Cattle All good talon to good milk which will be fresh In a tfW day live hig4lgrade calve also a few good helf n one alr of ItO mules Ilre1can0Id- wn broke onegood fjmllr hone lItoyunoldj two young ltotsre two fillies one good brood mare aho all my Farming Implements Cnniutlng of one good twoborne wagon one hay frame aD- dgranl twine binders I a latest Improved used only one season the other a rlbtblnd McGormlck Peering mower I nk e1 tooth harrow lot wagon and plow iMil klollneeultlvator almott new rock urt21nnr CIIIII1 plows good Central tucky Carriage Co buggy meat and lard from fou- rbori lot of chickens and turkeys and other llilnui too numerous to mention also my household and kitchen furniture aus Caih for all sums under f over tbat- alllounL a creditor six months with note ncgotla ble and payable at 1lrst Xtstlonsl Sank of citau ford Ky per cent Interest from date 511 wlU promptly at J UUANkS Walnut Flat Tt ENGLISH Auctioneer w Pay less ad- Dress Better t NEWESTSTYLES IN- CLOTHING I FURNISHINGS AND SHOES IIICome in nutl get fitted up for Spring Cummins Modify CCOOOOOQOOoOODOU OOO OOOOOOC OOQ f NEW FIRM J I I 0 0 00 Having old II half interest in buggy and Implement business to Ci 0 Mr A M lencetlie new huslne will bo conducted under 0 p tho firm name of p Gf SOt PEtGE+ 0 We will keep In stock at all times a handsome lino of Q f 1 Buggies Carriages Harness 0 W Also Ograin0 firm your patronage 11A CARSON Q- or cooooooo 000 o000ooooocl 000 aa r1pTHE tINational Weekly Investment Co INCORPORATED Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established 1rForf GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky S SSS SUSSSSSS Shirts I Soft Shirts are the CorrectwStyles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters wE PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky oeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeefV6 ji WII Line st Ledgers JourQalsi Day and CashBooks For thoNowYearKGood Goodsjat LowIricea Pennys Drug Store + TELEIHONK NO 2 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