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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL HJ I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 29 1901 9 A M NO 10 It IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 0 U Henderson of Mt Vernon has t r Ibeen granted a patent fur a rolling Alfred W James of Buena Vlste Garrard county was killed In battle In the Philippines Elvira Sucker was found dead at her homo at Harrodtburjj apparently bav Inc been dead several days Lllile May Phelps daughter of T C Ihelps of High Bridge was run over by a wagon and sustained fatal Injuries I William Sears who U said to bavo murdered Henry Laruo last week ut East Uernsladi near London was captured at Ilnevlllo I The Richmond Lodge O P O E No Ml will so to Danville next Tues r Iday to Inltato the members of tho new In that city Jean Montgomery colored is under arrest at Danville charged with mur dering his little daughter to obtain ISO Insurance on her life A man supposed to bo J C Durham wanted at Santa Clara Cat for the murder of ilx people war arrested at 1lnovlllo by detectives on a reward of 110000 Elijah Owen was appointed ponraas ter at Emanuel Knox county J 0 f Durru at Seth Clay county J M Caddell at Swain Wbltloy county and A J Wllkorson at Wllkcr on Whit Icy count- yr Jones of London U training the Statu College base ball team Tho Ont game will be April 0 with Georgetown College tho second with Contra Col lego April 12 tho dato of the oratorical r contest there Tho Nicholas aged 21 died sudden ly at tbo home of his father In Morcer Though the organs of his body wore transposed hit heart and spleen on tho the right side and hit liver on the left tide be had always enjoyed perfect health J U Dowlln formerly a lawyer at Gold bug Whllley county has been ar retted at Portland Oro on a charge of hiving violated the pension laws by forging a number of signatures to pen lion paper Tho alleged olTanao was committed In Wbltloy county John Scanlon freight conductor on the Chesapeake and Ohio road was shut and killed by John G Goodln a brakeman on the same train near Lox ington Tbe difficulty occurred In n uabooto over a trilling dispute Good I itTwas formerly uwn marshal at Cor blo Wblllcy county where his lather now resides He U the von of J M Goodln f POLITICAL The New York Legislature has j changed the name of the vtllago of Slag I Sing to Oseming Wayno county democrats selected May 27 for the day of the convention to select candidates for county olUcer The congressional redistricting bill recently in vented In Washington allows the democrats of Ohio only four memo hers II agedIc Kentucky Senate in 111 In his will bo loft 35000 ur 140000 lo build water works and an electric light plant at Au gust ofWby should liter Walton say saucy things about Does Whallens literary man As a moral decoy duck bo Is well enough Uo holds tbo suckers whilst tho boss skins them IIo sin- gLpsalms whilst the boss robs tbo till i Let him alone and hell come homo 1 wagging his loot behind him But no the city printing Loulsvlllo Times The democrats of Lincoln county arc surely made of the right stuff as evi denced by the manly way In which at tor the hardest contested primary In year the defeated candidates accepted i rthefr defeat with that grace tbatls pos bible only amoung gentlemen to the manor born Let the democrats In In every county In the Stato do likewise and Kentucky will go back to her old time maJorltyDanvllio News Tho widow of Preston S Brooks who caned Charlie Sumner in the U S Sen ute died at Columbia S C When ibo Missouri CompromUo was repealed Ins 1851 and In the contest over the admis non of Kansas In 1858 In a speech on a The Crime Against Kansas Senator t Sunnier sharply censured Senator But lor of South Carolina Two days after r ward as Sumner was seated at his desk in the Senate chamber bo was assault cd by Preston S Brooks a ropresenta tvafrjm Sou h Carolina end a nephew of Senator Butler Senator Sumner was practically Incapttatcd from public ser I vlco for nearly tour years The inci dent caused intense excitement In all parts of the country Brooks received costly canes and other testimonials many places In the South IIo died in t January 1857 Low Route Queen x Crescent Route Travelers Protective Association Chattanooga April Cthflth Southern 0Cotlon Spinners Association Char lotto C May 0 10 Annual Encamp ment G A It of Tcnn Grconevllle May 1610 Confederate Veterans Mew phis May 23UOtb Ask ticket agents for particulars A lame shoulder is usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Hocker Druggists LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Mark Hardln sold to William Wilder a Jersoy cow fur 120 Best cattle are selling In Chicago at 03 and butt hogs at 020 J U Montgomery of Garrard sold a lot of corn at 4950 at the crib UIOO bales of good timothy hay for sale aifiUo per bale Mark Ilardln- R U Llllard sold to W P Graham two young toks for 8450 Andcrnon News Jctto Walters sold a nice saddle horo to W B Burton of Lancaster Pantagraph says that R S Scudder bought a tbreuyearold mule jtckfor500 J II Montgomery of Mt Hebron Tae been nelllng corn at 12 6U per bar rel al the crib Advocate J II Ward bought of Stone of Lex ington u couple of mares for eso and u cow of Charles Stringer for 131 George W Robinson recently sold to an Indiana mule trader 45 wcanllug mules at 119 IIurrod burl Democrat Something of the vast magnitude of the canning fruit bulsncbt In California may be teen when It Is known that f0 000000 cans are annually shipped out of tbo StaluV D W June of Pulukkl sold to Dr J B Owl6y 21 cattle at t 6to E P Woods kovcn at 432 and to P P Nun ley six at 8 7 Mr Newt Ashhurst accompanied Mr Jones In Fleming Cbai A Peters sold to E It Davis of Helena seven maro mule colts tit 8JO This break the rec ord fur years ao far as we know for that number Times Democrat Cburlton Alexander Jr bought 200 barrels of corn delivered at his farm at Ilu hlson fur 240 Bob Penn bought 30 barrels at f2 23 Matt Brown bought of J W Jacoby Jr CO tons of timothy bay at 810 In bale Paris Kontucklan Read tbo description and psdlgroo of C C Carpenters Dignity Dare Uo one of the greatest sons of grand old Ohrttcr Dtraaod many horsemen think IIH ii u butter horse than his biro Uo will make this season 21 miles west of Huitonvlllu at the low plco of S15 to Insure Ii living colt Marion Squirrel OoO N S H R will make tho season at Ueazley Bros table iq Stanford at only 112 CO to In sure u living colt Considering bis ex cellent breeding and Individuality the price ho stands ut Is very low Marlon Squirrel Is by old Black Squirrel 68 out of n Green Mountain snare Qo Is as handsome as u picture and bat prov- en a Ono breeder head about him In another column Jas Clay bought CO Wayne county cattlo at 824 Joe Hales told 25 good calves for 420 fully fie Ue also sold a lot of long yeallngs about 700 phunde at e1I The lamb crop will bo qulto large In Clark county this year for prob ably a larger per cent of the crop was never saved than has been this season The larger portion of them have been aold at 5i cents for the early deliveries end five cents for later Democrat From Wheat VALLKY VIEW TEXAS March 21 Your paper comes to mo twlco a week and Ian letter from many or my Ken lucky friends Wheat farmers arc alarmed Wheat being the principal product of thIs part of the State anything that toads t check the growth of this great crop a once elicits considerable comment and discussion Tbo recent rain was need martrapid growth Considerable Interest and tear Is manifested by the appear ante of multiplied millions or small green Insects that are Infesting the wheat fields What tbo result will bo Is the perplexing question Wheat St Page aro having a good dry trade which shows an Increase each month Mr Vega who is my brother inlaw is one of tbo beet dry goods men In Northern Texas Uo can com mand a salary of 115 a month any time ho wishes to give up his own business Well I am for M R North for repro sentative I would vote for him If I was In Lincoln county over thg field Mr North is a truo and tried democrat Elect him and fool proud Mc WHEAT AN HONEST MEDIOINE FOIL LA GRIPPE George W llaltt of South Gardiner Mo says I have had tho worst cough- coldchllls and grip and have taken lots of trash ot no account but profit to vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is time only thing that linsdono any good whatever I have used only one bottle of it and the chills cold and grlphave all left mo I congratulate the manufacturers ofIUl honest medicine For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists A copper cent bas boon drawn out Into 6700 feet ot wire This simply shows that if a parson knows bow a little mon ey may be made to go a long way The Louisville Medical College grad uated 28 young physicians Wednesday CHURCH MATTERS Rabbi Joseph Mona of the most noted Jewish divines In this country was confirmed into the Christian faith In New York Tho W C T U women in Washington raid the saloons altar closing hours and prosecute them with witnesses caught wltbln There have been 18 additions totbo Baptist church In this city since Rev G W Argabrito took charge Jan 15 Purls Kcniucklan The faro to the Baptlstconvenilon New Orleans in May will be e19 for the round trip from Loulsvlllo and board 61 to 1 2 60 a day Dr Curradlno Is not creating the sensation In Kentucky be did on his first visit Tho doctrine of eunlclQca lion seems to have lotlts power Rev J W Haglns subject at tbo Christian church Sunday morning will boloA God Sent Man at night Three Characters Concerned In the CrucifixionMrs Polllit wife of the pastor of the Methodist church at Mt Olivet Robertson county claims to have been divinely healed by prayor of a tumor from which she suffered for years and which bad baflled medical skill After a pastorate of 45 years Dr W E Hunt has resigned from tbo First Presbyterian church at Cochocion 0 giving as his reason that the relations between some of the officers and mom bers of the church and himself have been so strained and be bad so far lost confidence In their wisdom truth courage and manly honor If not their Chris tian character that It would not seem possible to work with and for them pleasantly and with hope of success A prayer lervlco under the auspices of the O W B M will be held In the Cbrlsllan church al 2 oclock Monday April 1IInd continuing through the week Representative women of all the churches In town will take part In time services Thursday afternoon and on Saturday afternoon all the auxiliaries In the county and the ono from Lancas tel will bo represented on the program All members of the Stanford auxiliary are earnestly requested to attend the service Monday afternoon MATRIMONIAL Robert Hays a prominent Harbour vlllo merchant and Miss Beccher Ver million a popular young lady of that place were married at Jcffersonvllle Ind last June and the fact did not boo como known until Tuesday John P Madden leader of Qiieens County N Y democracy left Ibis item In his will It Is my earnest wish that when my widow shall meet some ono deserving of her high charan tor and loving disposition she shall re Suo Shy aged 15 years lefl Plnovlllo ostensibly for Paris to enter school but a telegram was received by her mother from Jelllco Tenn announcing her marriage to a young man named flays Young Hays and Muss Shy completely outwitted the girls par ents who objected to the marriage on account of her ago Davo W Vandevetr and Mies Mary Moore wore married at the brides par ante near Richmond Wednesday by Rev J L Bailey The brldo Is the handsome and talented daughter of Mr James Moore wbllo the groom who has been an employe of tbo L k N for three years Is of ono of Lincoln oftW Vandoveer Mr Vandoveer and bride arrived yesterday to visit his peo willetnatce A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN I have no hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Morau a wellknown and popular ba ker of Petersburg Va Vc have given It to our children when troubled with Lad coughs also whooping cough and it hue always given perfect satisfaction It was recommended to mo by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by tralg Hocker Druggists To Declare Farris Nominated The democratic executive commllleo of the 18lb Senatorial District of Ken tucky is ordered to meet at the court house in Stanford on the Oth day of April 1001 and If by the tat day of April 1001 there is no opposing candl date for the democratic nomination for State Senator the executive committee of said district will declare Hon Geo T Farris the democratic nominee for Slate Senator without the Intervention- of a convention R C WARREN Chairman 18th Senatorial Dlst Tbo skeleton of the largest madslodon yet discovered has beon mounted In the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences It was found in 1809 near Nowburg N Y In the mud of a pond Is twice the largeIivory tusks res crvitlon curving upward and inward Paleontologists fix tbo date of its life on earth as 40000 years ago before the glacial period y o LANCASTER Dr G W Young is delivering a ee ries of lectures hero this week for the benefit lot the Methodist parsonage fundSam Anderson of Gallalln Tenn the guest of Mr and Mrs John Ander son Charles Doty of Lexington Is in this vicinity with relatives Miss Italia Arnold leaves Saturday for Lexington whore she will bo a guest at the WyattPorter nuptials which takes place In that city on the 2nd Miss Mary Ely and Mr Millard Highland both of Paint Lick drovo over to Danvlllo Wednesday and bad the raarrlugo vows duly administered in that city Misses Helen and Martha Gill are av homo from Oxford College for Easter holiday Judge M D Hughes Is a sufferer from the prevailing ailment the pink eye Miss Isabella Day and A M Nantz of Paint Lick and Miss Maggie Anderson and John Penntngton of this coun ty were married at the brides homes on Wednesday The Ladles Cemetery Auxiliary Commllleo will bold their regular monthly meeting at the Masonic Lodge rooms on Monday April 1 at 130 P M A lull attendance Is earnestly solicited Mrs S U Hasolden entertained Tuesday evening In honor of Misses Julia May and Nannie Gaines of Dan ville and their visitors Misses Jennie Turley of Missouri and Ada Early of LexingtonMary a colored woman and Mrs Margaret Gills cook dropped dead on the street Wednesday night as she was returning from her worksAn Inquest was hold and her death was supposed to bo due to heart disease Prof Patterson has made arrange ments to haven special train run from Richmond lo this place on the opening day of the Blue Grass Tournament The train will make connection with other lines and will arrive In this city at 130 p MlesSallle Tlllotls spring opening of her millinery stock will tako place on Saturday April 0 There will bo a flee opportunity for the ladles to make choice selections with which to adorn their heads on tbo following day Easter Sunday- J OColllor sold a tract of land near Beliis to Robert Betlts 29 acres for 3000 John Marsce of tbo Fork sec lion sold his farm to J C Collier for 5000 the tract contained 115 acres and Is considered one of the best bodies of land of that locality Tbb building committee which Has under advisement the repairing of the Christian church have about reached tho conclusion that It would bo wiser to tear down the old edifice utilize the abundance of brick in the building and erect a handsome modern church cen trally located on the lot J M Farra R G Ward J C Hemphlll O W Shugars J W Dates and Mesdames J M Logan G M Patterson William Lackey Juliette Rog ers Belle Burnslde and T B Longs orchestra were the chief musicians at the concert Thursday evening for the boncQiof the Ciovcrport sufferers Mr and Mrs R L Elkln attended the Congress of Disciples at Loxlng ton this week Miss Mngglo Tomlin son was at home to a few friends at her pleasant residence on last Wednes day evening Mrs Elizabeth Denny Is at home again after a protracted visit to Mrs John Boland of Burnslde Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson H W Rickets a tobacconist of the Bryunlsvillo vlclnlly was awarded a TuesdayRailroad Company for 175 The plain lily claimed to have been maltreated theUniontorJunctiontrip ticket from Lancaster to Louisville and when he presented his ticket On nts return at tbo Union station bo was refused admittance by the gatekeeper Thomas Shearer of Dryant81I0 and W U Stone of this vlolnlty have just returned to their homes bero after nearly two years residence as soldiers in the Philippines It required 34 days time after their embarkation from Manila to reach this place While they enjoyed ibo change of scone and voca tion they express great preference for the Old Kentucky Home and say tbo extreme heat Is very enervating young Stono having suffered something liko sunstroke from its effects The fruits of Luzon are ono of Its chief at tractions a dlmo buying more than one can cat and of a most delicious variety What most people want is something mild andcnlle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Oil tho bill to a dot They are easy to tako and pleasant In eflect For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists A judgo at Toledo 0 decided that for ono person to call another rubber neck constituted sufficient extenuat ing circumstances excuse the person eo called of administering a sound beat- Ing to the person applying the epithet v ov frr= + 1 ffi =f = j1 New Lines of 1F1I SpringNovelties if l fI- e IIfJ Arriving Daily ij i rIT PAYS TO TRADEAT J GLOBEIl Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing ftJ tW money back If youre not satUfled JJYour 11 EjI HIHSGH Danville 9 Cor= o = v = cI t fI 1tQ tfi 8 itcfl J II 4Ii a a slrCrrJGt c Iii tghr ak e T battttpyrf I if a it 1i PEACHES Ip V ai3g Late Shipment Of Clothes IIf obi i Are Teaches Indeed and when you see those little fellows A x NORFOLK SUITS i iIi t1 l And tljoso k ti rMErrIS FL nVNELSt4tyoratede nnd Graimtcs your mouth would water and you will long for Sidiifi dthem as for the real juicy truth The quality Is tho UE3T l ajtM CF Our terms are CASH 4I ceJ H J McROBBRTSt tHoWI j r k k lkIiII t t t1i II iii G fi1 tf Sti l ii w Q If 1i fit VET e u w t A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash t Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate anyprices offered This Is THe Best duties Writer Made Pj WARRANTY Tho rolls in this Improved Popular Clothes Wringer are soft and elastic and are warranted by us for two years from the date of purchase for family use If either roll proves defective during said time we will replace same free of charge HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford dAii HCKIRQ the iIug iSiS Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Albo Painters Supplies at LOWEST IFIRIEOIES g THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON tf Democratic Ticket for Kepraenlatire t M F NORTH For County Judg- eJASPBAILEYr For County Clerk r GEO B cOOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For 1PubiiQ M S BAUGHMAN For Utuor M G REYNOLDS 1or Jailer W HERRIN For School Superintendent t GARLAND SINGLETON k More About Old Virginia Only thoso who have left an old home for years and visited It can appreciate the pleasure I have enjoyed for the pail several days Not only was It my privilege to go to the old homestead but I was again permitted to ace friends and schoolmate and relatives the greater part of whom I had not been with for nearly a fifth of a century Every place that was dear to mo in my more youthful days was visited includ leg old St Peters church where my h godly father and mother worshipped long ago and where I was first taught + of the ways of righteousness and the of peace It was an almost Inde t6crlbablo pleasure to go over tho Aolis Whore light hearted I hall roamed eo often and to drlnkjrom the old oaken bucket that hangs In the well at the old place I used to love to call home hero wero thousands of pleasures that 1 must not tIre our readers by telling about but to which my memory will revert many and many times A trip which I had enjoyed the thought of for years has been made and tho only sad Incident of it Is that it la all over Tho old homestead has yielded to tho ravages of time and does not look like it did In days of yore but It has lout none of Its sweetness to mo It la the same dear place that my father took pride In keeping In good repair and where an angel mother started me on my journey of life It is the place where they both sleep their last sleep and it was a sweet but sad privilege to again look on the little mounds that mark their resting place f filii i l tpdi j it jWwifjfi iPJt3Ik f rl 6 hu1e n E I It is the last chance you will ever have like this Thousands have taken advantage of the Great Closing Out Sale at the v I The Louisville Store Stanford Kentucky a- We jq put within your reach whatever low prices can do in makingthe newest and best yours on easy terms We offer you bargain after bargain with such plentitude of attractions to select from that your satisfaction is gained without an effort Tho LowPrice Banner Waves Over Every Department of Our Establishment Ladles patent leather belts heavy glided worth 35c dont miss this chance this week 15c 1 Ladles 9aorsleather belts all sizes patent fasten 63x00 bleach ready made she ts I3o 81x00 unbleach ready made sheets 3Jc 72x72 bed spread Manallles pattern tHc 21 yard lace curtains worth 75c 48c 3 yard lace curtains onlyi2c6foot fol shade patent rotlenooly10c All linen shades plain and fringed worth 60c 2oc 2000 yards Hamburg bought at 50c on tho dollar We can save you at least half on r these goods 1000 yards of Val and Linen Taco that was rboulht the same way 10 dozen 13x29 check linen towels woi Ih 10c 3e Fancy burner linen towes 16x27 worth 15e Uc Fancy border linen towels 16x20 4c Fancy linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c 15c All linen blue bordered towels 39x2U ISo White linenfringed towers 41x24 worth 35c 24c l6 inch linen crash per yard only So 200 pairs mens wool pants actual value fcf goodi 52 will soil at 91t Boys knee pants lOc Boys long pants in jeansScMens all wool doeskin jeans pants as long as they last 69c One lot of CApes and Cloaks will close out lit less than cost Mens and Boys Overcoats to close out at less thantmanufacturers prices t 1 kf yt t i f t 6 f Another pleasure that I trust our readers will bear with me In mention log was a few hours stay with a lady who taught the country school where It was my good fortune to attend In year gone by The warm welcome at her hospitable homo and the pressing invl tatlon to remain longer and come again will only cause mo to love her the more and sympathize with those who have never had the pleasure of attending a esbool taught by an elegant VIrglnli lady In this rapid age people on likely to forget kindness but I trust my Ingratitude will never be so great ormj memory so poor as to cause me to elth er forget or reuse to love my first and boat teacher Miss Sallle Farrar While my frequent visits to my sis ter have all been pleasant none have been moro BO than the present Noth lag was left undone that would have added to my happiness and the few days with her will be cherished as an oasis In my rather busy life It was great satisfaction to see her oldest son so creditably filling the placo made ya vant by the death of his father and the rest of her boys doing only that which would bring comfort and joy to their widowed mother Five sons would nat urally seem a great responsibility to soy woman but I am glad to say these boys are exemplary fellows who bring tothelr mother sunshine rather than sadness Ashland where I spent most of my time Is a delightful suburb of Rich mond and Is made historic as the homo of Henry Clay It la a town of some 1500 a great number of whoso citizens transact their business In Richmond It Is the seat of RandolphMacon College one of the grandest educational load tutions In the South Ashland is a harming place with by far better res idences than business houses Willie Walton who lived In Stanford several years and was connected with this pa per lives there and Is conducting a newspaper In tho Hanover Herald which Is democratic to the core and as newsy as a womens sewing so ciety I am glad to tell his Kentucky perlcgI Where cities attlo were grazing when I was there last magnificent brown stone front homes are seen The old capital of the Confederacy is doing herself proud as few Western cities can claim a more substantial population moro manufac tories or more modern business houses tad residence It Is a grand old city full of history and the pride of ovary SouthernerAbout biggest thing in Richmond Is Hotel Jefferson which compares ta rorably in elegance with the Ponco do Leon at St Augustine Florida Built at an outlay of nearly 82000000 It Is grand far beyond the description of I piI f this feeble pen Its rates ore from 15 to 120 per day and of couree I took tbe latterwhile looking through it It covers nearly a square has 500 largi rooms and Its magnificent rcot arden looks as big as all out doors and la 881 elegant as a palace Tho JefTeraon said to be equally as good in every way as the WaldorfAstoria In Now York and la a veritable Eden of delight to the wealthy Southern people An Eastern company is about com pleting In Richmond a power house a cost of 81500000 It will have enougb power to supply the city and contiguous country with light and transportation A single dynamo has power equlvaleul to that of 30000 horses Shipbuilding is a new enterprise lt Richmond but it is a very successful one The Galveston to cost 12500000 Is now under construction while torpe do boats and destroyers of various kinds are turned out there for various countries There are few better markets for either leaf or manufactured tobacco and many a fortune has been made dealing in the weed In Richmond Almost everything Is manufactured there but- to her credit be it said Richmond hasnt a patent medicine factory One of Richmonds street railway lines has inaugurated a cheap faro of 3c und it is believed that the rest of the lines will have to do likewise The cltv has a splendid street car system but jne line only a few weeks ago discard id the old mule for electricity Virginia has called a constitutional convention and what will be done is musing considerable speculation It Is more than probable that the Illiterate tfegro will bo disfranchised and the bought of it Is already causing the ro publicans to howl The Chesapeake k Ohio and Seaboard Air Line railroads are building in elegant passenger depot on Main Street that will cost far up la the hun reds of thousands The latter road inters Richmond over tho Richmond JYoderlckeburg Potomao Railroads racks and its trains aro among tho fin 9t la tbo South The Southern railroad has just Completed a magnificent lepot in the capital city The postotllco at Ashland was broken nto the night before I left and more han 81000 worth of stamps stolen This Is the fifth time the office has been robbed and the occurrence being so common It was scarely noticed By the ray Unclo SamS exceedingly goner oue with the office tho postmaster got log a salary of about 82000 EC W THERE la talk of ExSenator Lindsay ffcring for the republican nomination for U S Senator Having started lawn the bill of Infamy tho fat and oxy traitor seems determined to go to tho bottom and wind up with a lull thud + s Stacks of now spring suits arc coming In everyday at prices that will surprise you 25 pieces of now thick dresa goods added to our already big line of dress goods to be old at a sacrifice in this closing out isle Dimity Pique 15 pieces Baldest Lawns Organ dy Covert Cloth and hundreds of now things that ouripnco will not permit us to mention One big tine of calico worth 5c only Sic for closing out price nest brands of blue calicoes 6c quality closing price 4 and Ile 1Yard wide bleach cotton 7c quality closing out 1 price lie Yard wide brown cotton closing out price 4l Ladles kid gloves worth il and fl25 price 40 Our line of sample shoes 21 and 3 worth and 12 will as long as they last at ouriBlue and red plaid tAble linen 40c ing out price 23c- 56Inch white lawn linen 40c quality closing out price only 23c One lot of polkadot shirt waists in wool twerfto a customer worth cn80o Ladles black flgucd dress skirt worth f150 98c Ladles nil wool rainy day skirts 1 93 Dont forget to look at our line of capeU and mailings t tf l f Mf + THAT there Is a strong feellnj leimaolfeltamong those who are worn to mete equal and exact justice to them Sorai of the corporations notably omo of the railroads aro In t great responsible for the animosity mcuuroI but there should be no attempt them under the forms of law In order to punish them They bavo charters In which tbelr rights are defined and they ebnuld bo kept strictly within them and at the same time given ev cry lawful protection The hostility to corporate wealth Is working incalcu lable damage to Kentucky It prevent tho extension of railroad and drives capital to a more hospitable section Let us have dono with the foolish but apparently popular cry of Down with corporations and instead offer ovary inducement to legitimate concerns which will aid in the development of the States illimitable resources It Is time that the reign of the demagogue and the time server should cod and conservatism moderation and justice como to the front FRIENDS of Senator Harro1lf behave any should see that ho Is placed where ho can not annoy his superiors or any one else During Gov Oeckhams South ern visit he Is said to have shadowed him lu overy public placo in order to bring about a difficulty The governor has declined to have him arrested say log that nothing would please Barrel so much as an arrest on the plea that be was afraid of a difficulty with him Ibo reason of ilarrola hostility to Gov Beckham Is because he refused to appoint him superintendent of Lakeland Asylum knowing as he did how beam potent and how unworthy bo was for such a trust Tbo most charitable view of Barrels action Is that ho Is Irre iponslble and that he should try an other course ID a Kccloy Institute A REPUBLICAN Senator is said to lave calculated that If all tho pension eglslation recommended by the Grand Army of the Republic is passed It will require a billion dollars a year to pay the patriots who saved the country Vnd tho next year It will cost two him Ions Like the horseleachs daugb cr tho G A R will continuo to call for more and never be satisfied till the reasury is turned over to it IN tho last week the commercial value of kisses has been judicially fixed In Indiana New York and Rhode Island An Indiana maiden got 81500 for a smack on her rosy lips tho Now York girl was awarded 81000 while tho young woman In Rhode Island got inlv 810 for two kisses taken without her consent At this rate It Is hard to ompute the real value of such kisses and the matter must remain open until a Kentucky Is heard from t f 200 yards ins rain carpeU 1000 yards hemp carpet 100 phces mating rag carp t and floor joil cloth will be closed out at 10 to 40e per yard q 30o and 35o corsets pink btiiv and white sum i met corset will close out at 23c Pink lime Drab and White Short Walit Concta only tSc They arc worth double the money I11 II eathr Tip Cartel la the best made only fl Notions iOOdoz fine pearl buttons worth 10 and Iflc dot 60 4 1500 yards fanny webbing worth lOc this week 3 spools good machine ibrew MX dozen linen collar worth 16c our price McnB suspenders Mens silk suspender worth Sc 10ei o- Mens Mens teamlcM black sox only t heavy gray mixed cotton MX others auk you pair our price 2 pairs for One lot of Shoesi 1 they ate worth t Ppecial reduction In afros Shoes Yard wide percale JOe quality only c to dOle j ss THE OLD FEELING OF THE PAST REVIVED Everything the world seta h form tone idsal whether a man a flower or piece of wall paper art production of to day ire but tho exprea alone or an Med that has been fostered the ages Half the fun of living Is in an attractive home Is not so much a matter of expense as it is of taio Art and economy beauty and comfortYou see them all when you look Ihrougu Withers Store Our line embraces the most uptodate designs and patterns In Wall Etc i MR McKlNLEYs feeling towards civil service reform la shown In his np polntmont of W A Rodonbcrg of Illinois to fill the vacancy on the commls Dion caused by the death of a member Rodcnberg la not only a spoilsman but while a member of Congress recorded his voto In favor of the amendment IlpproJlrlatl03rice and expenses of tho civil eervlc commission Such a man will hardly try to do otherwise than make the commission a laughing stock McKIn ley will be congratulated by the spoils men for his efforts In their behalf CONSIDERING that tho constitution of Virginia was adopted shortly after tho war and during the reconstruction period there ought to bo no trouble In making an Improvement on It and letting rid of tho many objectionable fea lures but constitutional conventions can not always bo relied on to make Im provements as Kentucky knows to her sorrow Better things aro expected however of the Virginia convention delegates to which are to bo elected Juno 12 since such men as Senator Daniel and otber excellent ones are ex Peeled to be members of It IT was a foregone conclusion that the cpublicanlzcd court of appeals would rant a bow trial to Powers convicted of the assassination of Gov Gocbol as It agreed to tho reversal In the Howard aso Thero is hardly n doubt that was not In tho conspiracy to saasalnato Gov Goebol Tbero Is some doubt that Howard fired the shot THERE is ono redeeming feature in the Powers reversal case Tbo pardons of Taylor wero held invalid Contemplating fi A New Design t j In Wall Paper f from through An Attractive Home Furniture Paper Mattings Carpets Picture Frames W W Withers Stanford judgesliseonttng owors AOtlNALDO has been captured I more Uo la alleged to have boon lured 10 often that If thero bo somoIdoubting Thomases they can r 1 TI- LEQueen h CrescentIjj Route 4ifand Its connecting lines to the Pe nAmmrrlcan 1ExpositionV I- B U F F A LoTMay lat to Nov tat Excursion rates and special will bo announced later 1901tAmerican tho greatest American ition Blnco the World Fair architecture wonderful displays features I NIAGARAIFree Reclining s1641yeuwew w w era =1 1isI- o prtua w rr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ir STANFORD KY MAIICH 20 lOOi dun prescription york Ts unsurpass PUDOYDrug PERSONALS Mf F KLICIN wont to Louisville Tuesday Mit JOHN B MKUSIION has taken charge of Ilcazlcy Uro9shop SBNATOK GKOIHIR T FAKRIS of Lancaster was hero yesterday Mits A W CAitiFNTKii and Mrs R I L Saltor arc visiting In Lexington Jot K NKVIUB has taken a position with H S Strader fc Co Lexington pins MAny BnONAUOit spent sever al days with tier eon at Crab Orchard Mlts Dn STKKIU BAILEY and Miss Isabella went to Loutivlllo Wednes dayUON 0 0 WILLIAMS of Ml Vor non was hero this week on legal buel ness J NEVI CAKTEII Is serving Uncle Sam at J W James distillery Crab Orchard Miss NETTLE VitA spent several days with Mrs II C Uaoijhman In the West End pins MATTIE V Kiniiv contributes a ghost story to the LouIsvllldToata prize contest f MltP It O CKKKL of Birmingham Ala who was Miss Ida Dickey Is with Mrs J 8 Rico LaxtMrs T M Iennlngton Miss MAUD VAKKON aged 12 has won two prizes on short stories In the Loutsvlllo Poet contest REV D A SOMMKR has returned from Soltllla Ind where bo has been attending a Bible Reading Miss LENA PALMUK who has been tho guest of Miss Noll Morsbon return cd to Junction Wednesday MRS A K GOODWIN of Nashville i como up yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Richard Bibb MRS 8 M LOOAN and little son George of MIddlcsboro como down v Yesterday to visit tbo family of Judge t bL O Sauflcy MR E L KINU ono of our good Ilookcasllo county patrons orders his 1 paper sent to Ivcsdalo mat which place ho has locatod MRS VU McRonKRTS will bun a candy pulling at her homo Saturday I afternoon for tho benefit of tho nils cIoaary cause Go and carry a dime + f Miss JBNNIK PAYNE of Crab Orch ard was hero yoetorday and left tho advertisement which appears In anoth er column lolling of her millinery opening April 3 and 4 WKaro Indebted to Mrs G D Smi lay for a Birmingham paper glvtcg tbo details of the result of the terrific torokdoTtbat swept a portion of tbo town Monday mention of which wo had In Tuesdays paper x t LOCALS UP To DATE tinting done at Miss Sat crag NICE lino of wedding presents at Hamiltons r SEK the beautiful Ito Sev emcee Sons WASH silks roc Poniards 69 and Oar Severance k Sons IKQLEH BROS reliable footwear for ladles at Severance tL Sons ON bargain cotter next week odds and ends ladles summer vests Sev prance k Sons A FEW days moro ocold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J II t Baughman k Co poundlf you have P H Davis JONES Percales Bro selling this weak like hot cakes 10 and 12c quality for Sc Hurry If you wish any WE aro showing a splendid lino of Mercer Sattcn and Cbambra Petticoats OSo to 250 Severance it Sons 8 M CARSON u brother of Judge W R Carson of Stanford has ant pounced for tbo Legislature In Louis vlllc subject to the action of the republican t party Miss DORA STHAUU has returned from tbo cities with a beautiful lino or r millinery and Invites tbo ladles to call t and oxamlno tbo roadytcwcar hate All the latest styles and fancies LliiERTY AH usual tho INTERIOR 1J JOURNAL representative will boat Lib J arty next Monday first day of circuit T court Meet him there If you have business of any kind with this paper Tim Insurance companies hnvo ra- lsLcd rates on tho opera houao block 25 cent and on other property almost much No reason la given but It Is they want tho money to pay ithe franchise taxes PARDONED Everybody will be glad to know that the pre slneot has pardon ed John L Boaley who was convicted of technical guilt In tho handling of the funds of the Purls poatoOIco Col lector S J Roberts has given Mr Dos toy a revenue Job and be Is now on duty In a Paris distillery t HAVE your photo made at Miss Sa Crays a GARDEN Seeds Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren Shanks + rightkindP Jonns a LADIES look at our silks for waists and dresses Black goods for skirts Severance it SonsaTne Canton Dlso Harrow for dura bility good work and light draft For sale by George II Ferris k Co NEW DUo Corn Planters at Higglns k McKlnnoye Also one horse chain less Disc Corn Planter Sea thana e J H OAUCJHMAN Co will soil you hay and feed of all kinds at almost your own price In order to reduce stockaBRO CUNNINGHAM of the Danville Newe Jumped from a moving train and landing on his head suffered painful Injuries which we aro glad to know are not serious Miss ANNIE PHILLIPS will have her spring opening next Tuesday and cor dially invites all of her patrons and tbo publlo generally to call and Inspect her pattern bats PROLIFICColW Lanham who was In Casey last week tells us that at Popa MoAnlnchs In one day there were born twin sons six pigs eve kit tons and a calf NEW STORE JOBJO Walter Is build log a sloretioullo on the lot his rest denco on Logan Avenue and his broth cr James will open a store as oou us It Is completed THE Huslonvlllo National flank has moved into Its elegant now quarters and Cashier J W Rocker Is as proud as a boy with his Ort boots Tho post office there has been moved Into Mrs Bishops house next to It THE Oiford MabloitCoof Chtca go which sells goods by sample and at an anionlshlngly low price Is working this county and Mr G P Bright la as sisting tbo agents In Paris and Mays vlllo other agents were arrested but dismissed when they showed they only said In tho country THE commencement exorcises of tbo colored Stanford Public School F L Stcrfp principal and Mrs M J Miller assistant will occur at Walton Opera louse Friday evening April 12 There aro four graduates Misses Eliza Emery Mary L Cook Mary C Adklns and Mary R Emery A WRECK on tbo LiS N at Junc lon City wad caused by a draw bead pulling out of a freight car causing the cars to separate Tho rear section ran Into the first coming down tbo crade throw tog oil four care and demolishing ono loaded with lour A car struck tho buildingbut GEN lIOENTRY who was rnUod on the farm now occupied by John B Foster never loses a chanco to advertise and If fate bad turned his life Into mercantile channels he would bavo made a glittering success In prov lag that advertising pays Ho was ono of the first to call on tbo saloon smash er Mrs Carrlo Nation at Lexington and extended her an Invitation to Join In his big rabbit hunt In which Gov Carter and otbers will participate TilE Warren Gri Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy aro arranging for an entertainment at Wal tons Opera House early In April which promises to be a hlgbly amusing ono Several of the members who are grand mothers will appear In comedy for the first time on any stage and their debut will bo worth coming many miles to see After their performance the younger members will hold the boards end with the specialties and other numbers a warm time may bo expect ed Watch for the date- S A BLOODLESS SHOOTIJJCI Persons waiting for the 1P M train Wednes day wero treated to a shooting scrape Stove Teater who had reason to believe Put Geor was looking for hIm opened fire on him when bo appeared in front of the passenger depot Goer took to his heels and sought shelter behind tbo freight depot Teater after emptying his pistol about faced and struck for a safo placo at a break neck speed Geers courage roturned as ho saw his assailant flea and ho started after him with a 44 but Marshal ponce drew his pistol and ordered him to halt which bo did without protest As Teater took dollbcratr aim the wonder la that ho did not strlko his victim Eph Pen nlngton however camo near catching rBVObOl1doclock yesterday morning and Geer was kept under guard When the case was called the county court room was crowded to the doors by men who ex pected to heat some rich raro and raoy dieappointmentfornation was to court In 300 bond which ha Rave with Mark Hardln security The warrant sworn out agalnt Geor to keep tho peace was dismissed notwithstanding Geera ap peal to tbo court to be permitted to on1Thosome time ago and Is said to havo its origin In family uffalra TAKE your blacksmithing and horse shooing to Frank Richards at Dauth ertyd ehopaTile county democratic com mittee assessed each candidate 125 to defray the expenses of tbo primary which will bo held May IS Tim remains of Clarence Anthony who died at Urbana 0 of consump Lion wero brought hero Wednesday and after services by Rev o M Ran kin at tho home of the deceaseds grandmother Mrs Parsons at Rowland wero laid to rest in DulTalo Cem etery Mr Anthony had been III with the dread disease about a year Tbo widow and Mrs F J Anthony accom panted the remains Mr Anthony was connected with the Cincinnati Post for several years and at ono tlmo hold tho position of court reporter lie was 2t years old and a bright young fellow THE pioiiiSTICKET Chairman Warren Pronounces It Invincible The democratic executive committee of Lincoln county congratulates tbe democrats of the county on tbo excel lent ticket for county olllccii completed by tho action of the party In the pri mary election held on the 16th day of March In their personnel us men as citizens and as democrats they will challenge and command tbo hearty sup countyThethe action of the voters In tho primary Is that tbo nominees were chosen by the people themselves the boys In tho trenches and distributed according to their own sense of justice to every section of the county Tho people In whom all power resides to mako nomi nations named tho nominees It U the peoples ticket Tho will of tho ity was fairly and clearly alcrtalnod- nlld the people will sco that tbo ticket NpvamberTheulatos tbo defeated candidates on tboI manly and gracious way In which as democrats they havo accepted defeat There Is in store for each of them In promotlooOutcrats for nominations the party could havo made no mistake In nomina lion of of them Tho ticket Is a tu perb and Invincible one and wo lift our bats to It R C WARREN cbmu W S BURCll sccy h HUBBLE George Wood sold some hogs to Gene Leo at Cc Mrs Wm Stanford has been very sick for a few days Chickens are worth Go on our market now and plenty of now goods that need selling Eld A R Moore will Oil his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday after noon at 2iO W H Underwood has the sad Information that his eon lnlaw Frank Holtclaw Is at the point of death in WyomingMrs F Rlguoy Is at home after a good stay at Prcaehcrsvlllo J J Walker is on the trip list B T MII nor is doing fairly well contending with a severe attack of malarial faver coupled with his had wounds George Wood haa rented somo mead ow land of Mrs Harris at tO an acre T C Rankin sold some fat hogs to J C Lynn at 5o W L Wearen has tak en possession of the farm ho bought of J N Menefeo a few days ago Times must bo Improving as the country was never fuller of agents showing the pea plo good cheap things Tho On-wWaltoiLsCandldacy It Is Insisted that Mr W P Walton desires to till the office of Railroad Commissioner In his district If It be true and his wishes are gratified the State will have in the oOlco as honest consclenllous Ictclllgcnt officer as ever filled that or ay other ollico In the State Ho has never asked for an office boforo this and his merits give him loll entitlement to the place A man of un disguised convictions be acts with as little prejudice as any man who over gave promise of honorable and Justser vice add the people have never bad any cause to believe him to be other than strictly just Bowling Green Times Journal W P Walton announces that he will be a candidate for Railroad Commis donor at tho proper time No man has done moro or better work for the dem ocratic party than be and this small favor In recognlliou of his services ought to go to him without opposition Owen ton Herald W P Walton waacutoutof tho foun dation of things for newspaper work but If ho is sot In his determination to servo tbo people In on official way there Is nothing ho can ask for that Is above his deserts Louisville Times Wo heartily endorse the good things being said of W P Walton for the railroad commlssloncrshlp by th SLate press Harrodsburg Democrat W P Walton for railroad commie loner and James B McCrearyU S Senator and all will us Mt Vernon Signal If loyalty and devotion to his party counts for anything It looks as If Mr Walton should win hands downCarl Isle Mercury THIS AND THAT Tho Senatorial deadlock In Nobras ka was broken by tho election of Gov Chas H Dietrich for the short term and J H Millard a dark horse for the long term In Louisville Gov McCreary when asked concerning his canvass for Sena tor said lam perfectly satisfied That Is about all I havo to say on that point but I do know that the democrats will havo a good In both branches of the General Assembly- HUSTONVILLE Tbo Misses Adams will have their Spring and Summer millinery opening Friday and Saturday April 5 and 6 and cordially Invite the publlo generally to call and examine their stock which consists of the latest styles In pattern hate Thoy have Just returnsd from tho cities and have a and complete line They will bo found over Adams drug store e China Is said to have definitely re treMYOreatChina against signing any treaty Thus the United States Japan anti great opposItionto UnitedStatesof addressing Russia directly upon the subjectMiss Jennie Payne TIRE CAD OUCHABD MILLI1IEB andLouisville cordIIvicinity to call and see her stock ttTM tend her opening of Pattern Bate Wendcs day and Thursday April 3rd and 4- thJthtlinerDispla1 At the Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSf ONVILlE KY Friday and Saturday APRILS AND G Everybody Invited to this our best effort We Lave added a city Trimmer oi large experl ence this searon and IOU may expect correct style and up to Into patterns MARION SQUIRREL bodyaodlJOnfout one white hair lIOalI the gilt wltb high IIOlIodandIloIlint toll hare reached maturity and are mowing what they are flne t soundest and tint bones on anyrornMnedIMiiGRKK Mirlou JqultreI wn aired by old byKlnMonte wu by Ilronl l1I blodrr 2d dun byMc IIlghlanllrIarloo EdwinKorettIOnTKlIllclc Squirrel It the lire of more noted any other horn In the world ouch m HlgbUiiif Denmark now standing at fiO a tqulrrelassmirk sirs that Marlon Siulrrel Is model and wore like the old mack Squirrel than any ot lda that he has ever seen ard that abouldatandhlmataprlcaequaling big brothers el according to Ibe low price that others stand at In this county we will stand him In reach of TcryUodr at the extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt Money due when roll Is foaled or mare parted with Mares traded ur removed from this county due All weaakicformsrsownentoellandsee him tw fore breeding Mirlon Squirrel will make this season at our stables In Stanford J Ht K H BCAZIEY DIGNITY DARE Dt CBirriox Foaled IS bands SW Inches hljh ll mahogany biywlth Mack Inta a model In form oxwslug that wdnderful style charactertitlo of the Chester lire family which the world acknowledge ae superior to all As a show horse he ha already made a reputation winning In his clisi and sweepcUke from a year ling many blue tics In his three lear old form he 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he Is very with aCllonlaDd II quite speedy both In hirocvand We bellete the pub tic It njw aObrded an opportunity to secure the serrlce of the routing oungetalllonoftleday at 81rlre within reach 0 allilrlng a clot of colts when niitnml that will sell readily on our Eaifrn market al fancy prices tee hint to fully all re cat him rcKloBICK Sired brlbll famous Chester Dare No 10S S U U he by Black Squirrel II he hack Ialtl he bt King William 61 he by Washington Denuiirk Clb bylslnes Denmark and he b Race lone Denmark F S by in inrtnl lledgrfonl lit l ani Uiile Welchmont Welch Sit he hyllysdlksllimbletonlan Melcbmonts tat dam Isuline by ol Id dam by AMHah MfIIOOltr lrd by dills Vermont Ib dim Thoroughbred Will make the season of at Lawn Mere Stock Farm 2y miles West of llusioniille Ky on A Uuitonvllle pike At SI5 to Insure Living Colt tam traded or pared with forrcjts Insurance and money becomes due at time of luch transaction Mares from a distance kept a 11 per month Ursa lr g bill must be paid before remonl ol marc Marts intruded will receive my personal attention but I am hot responsible for calllC PUBLIC SALE Hat Ig decided to go to Oklahoma I will at the Tim HUcIns Itrm near J S 01111onStanford t Crab Orchard pike ford on Wednesday April 3d IOOI Sell at public auction all my stock consisting of fit lligh grsde Yeirllng Cattle All good colors two good milk cows one of which will be fresh In goodhei6welt broke tone good finiHy horse are yearsold two young horses two Ullies one good brocil mare also all my Farming Implements Confuting of one good two horee wagon one nllle and granl hell twine binders la latest Improved used only ore season the other righthand McCormick Dorrlng mower hay plowharnesscart 3 Oliver Chilled plows good Central Ken lucky Carriage Co buggy meat and lard from four hogs lot of I and turkeys and too numerous to mention also all niy household and kitchen furniture Cash for all aums under 110 over that amount a credit of six months with note ncgotla tile and at First National flank of Stan ford Krwllb per cent Interest from date Sale Ill at 10 r KyTPublic Sale S OF PERSOSSLPROPERTY And Rental of Land Having decided to move to Oklahoma we will otter at public sale to the highest cud best bidder without reserve on the premises near Shelby City Ky o- nWednesday April 10 lOOt the following personal 1I 210 head of rattle ol which 50 bead willweigh O head will weigh atO to 900 each t0 bead will weigh 800 each amlMc lves anti short yearlings welshing from 330 to 000 also a tot of high trade shorthorn rows and a reglitered shorthorn OO head of good ewa and lamb with hoed of Southdown bucks lot ol tuck hog lit head of work mules and horses oleo various farming Implements necessary to the cultivation of different products ol a thounndacre farm We will sell all and saddle hortfs Tchtclei harneM o100 barrels of corn bale of nd straw seveial houses and lots In Junction and Shelby Cities and one house and lot on the Ian ville t Hustonvllla pike two miles South ol Slid b City and known as the tollgate property Thousands of other things too numerous to men tton There will be 1000 acres of land lo rent for 1902 and to the highest andeel bidder Dont forget the daleAfrlt to t 8 SHELBY KyT j i1mrmmmmmmmmnrrrrr 11f t Write To tI I THE AYETTE INVESTMENT CO J rOF LEXINGTON KY And gel n sample certificate of their new = issue EA jji a MORGAN Secy = No3 W Short St iUIIIIIIJIIIIIJIIIIUiI111JII111J1fJIiIIII11111111JIIJIUUJI JU III4 WIB McROBERTS W t DRUGGIST Freshest ofDrugs and Sundries f At Lowest Pricesir A This Week yj TJustto mike things lively and to acquaint you with attractive Spring Goods we are now showing HO will offer this week tbe following inducements to RVISIT OUR STORE PercalesJla world of pretty CWASH GOODS V TAndwant TOU to see them before you buy Among the new things are Silk Chambras Silk Ginghams Organdies Korah Pongees Mercerized Organdies Persian I Novelties etc 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 Jonesa 1Ta4e17iT 3CsTT im ltWlt lbG WbCfJ L i IiCome and See The now goods More different kinds moro different prices than ever shown before in Stanford Prices are reasonable and styles are moro varied New Swfese Khoran Pongees Ginghams Tis sues Chambras Wool Crepe de Chene Batistes Wash SilksyFoulard Silk Wash Taffetas Mercerized Goods of many kinds I All Kinds Of TrimmingsI 1Suchas Acrue Bands Persian Bands Gilt and Chiffon In fact we are showing all the seasonable and desirable go- odsSEVERANCE iI I SONSIOpposite Court House t 4 IEYEEW iW iWhat We Sell includingIVehicles The largest stock In Central Kentucky Columbus Kanf man Woodbine Brockwajr Troy and other lead Ing manufactures t ImplementsA big line and selected by an experienced Im plement man from the best known implement manufacturers InIthe country Harness Everything kept in a strictly first ciass Harness Store We manufacture every stitch of our liner grade of harness Wagons Tho Old Reliable Mitchell and Fish Bros = Coal An experience of years has taught us which is the best t We hande Coal only from mines of the best reputation Feed Wo buy and sell Hay Oats Corn Bran etc Wo make a specialty ol Seed and Feed Oats Have handled 10 cars In 60 days i We are soul agents for Gluten Meal Royal Cement Plaster Dr hires Stock Food Poultry 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 r f rO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL abitshasTuiwywdTztdatpu 11 PER YEAR CASH L When not sopsldSSOO will bechsrgcd Entered n the pottqfflct at Stanford a econdclass matter rOB SAM Two hundred and fifty bales pure tlmo thy hay None better D8 CARPFNTER Hustonville I PRUITTBROS MORELAND KY MFurniture And Undertaking TOj WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TVXUeroby state that the Dls5 Plow sold by D 8 Carpenter Is justs far superior to the Oliver Chilled Plow as the Deering is superior to the cradle W G COWAN J S OOODE S M OWENS A S PRICE Enr eon Dentist Stanford Ky Office r McBobcrU1 Drug Store in the Owile Uatid- tngPUBLIC BALE I will soil at public auction In front of Oeo Holmes storehouse at Crab Orchard depot on Saturday Men 23 for the pur of winding up a partnership one carload of nUOQIES These are firstclass all leather top vehicles brand new and will be soil without reserve to the highest bid der for cash In hind OM QILULAND Lexington j H WARD co r NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable t Uruces Old Stud Depot 8t Stanford New and stylish Turnouts Kites reasonabl- eSpchlattention to trsTellDj stlramtn Honei bought and on cammlisbn Single ftfla 30c liar rte Hitches 10s No bitches on public flays Rood attention glren all sloot left at our stabla 1honeW ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by JW Adams A Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules dieted with Fistula Pallevll Swinney Scratches Saddle Dolls Hard and Soft Enlargements Oreasv Heel Distemper Ac for sale by W D McKob erts druggist Stanford M Humphrey Liberty lI M Thompson Klngsrllle A K Oaldwoll Waynesburg Dunn Bros antsvlllo Ky V It Compton Mllledgovllfe Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky Cash Jr Clure Turnersvllle J H Vanhoolc JIcKln ney Farmers RoliarMills STANPOED SI MORRIS FRED PitorKitTOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish the bestof Ship3t11ffa Food Etc a At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very best results forget me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G + 1c L Y t1NDEEtrr AXEB Manuacturerand Dealear In HARNESS SADDLES 1 iC Stanford Ky DrsSlavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will Le In Dsntlllo Monday Wedotnlirs and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Tburidayi and Saturdays Oicein the 1annlngton I3utMlDgSUnfordO fce hour 9 to 12A to r a OSTEOPATHY It This Science originated and developed br Dr T Still of KlriirlUe Mo depends on the priaelpleaofAnalomyand Physiology for Ito reo no rubbing noeugIceloperaUonsanticlaims king auper Tlews man as machine oleo man- yWtltekeynoteI adjustment When all part are not overworked health Is the result- S9meof the diseases treated in Kcnoui Prwtntlon Headaches Neuralgia Itbeumatltm Catarrh Weak Granulated Lids Goitre Heart Liver and Lung Diseases Constipation riles Oa1l81OnC8J Enlarged lroitist all Btom aeh trouble Jlaeuea ones cad Joints CurTatureSipIilocatlonsSUffJolnts Paralysis Ineontioence Urine Locomotor Alex l Diseases a specialty Consultation free Painting Repairing andI am prepared to repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass yle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J lIt OREER Stanford Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fBRICKiAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call R A JONES DENTIST Stanford K Office over dt McKlnneys SloA Telephone No 4- 6JUMBOS I will make the season with my One jack Jumbo Will servo mares or jennets at 10 to Insure a living colt id2OHero Is a fine mule jack Will servo mares at Se to Insure a living colt CeBoe My Ono young jack DoDoe wm servo a yew mares free of charge Seasons duo when mares are sold or parted with Pasture for JcnneUS3 per month I will not be responsible for accident should any occur BB KING Moreland Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100090 Successor to The Farmers flank A Trust Oompaa and under same management ously for M Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping Inch buslnen relation will prove mutua ly beneficial and plea DIR iCTOKS J 0 Paxton JI Uwiler Sr JK Jlenefoe A CarpenterW J E Lynn S U Shank J F Cub J a Owilty OFFICERS S D Shanks J U Owaleyetaahteriv Awt Cub BEAZLEY SHAYS UNDERTAKERS DEALERS Furniture Mattings Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a cull Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your ow suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as large and varied as can bo found inIN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORI UMS IN And the prices are much lower I have also equally as groat a line of samples for men New Goods of All Kinds Now Arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car RugsDrypers Etc JAUE3 FRYE Uuitoarille Ky L NEWS NOTES Atlanta suffered a torrlQo wind act rain storm The bonded Indebtedness of Louie 7ille Is 18200000 Two young girls were killed by light nlnff at Kingston Ga A train load of 14 cars of oranges Is en route from California The list of killed in tho cyclone at Birmingham siandaal 18IAn order has been charge of 2COO census clerks mostlj women Coasting of tho amount of whisky he could drink David Paquln a Canadi an consumed 15 quarts and died James Hensley a Boyd county far mor rode home from Catlcttburg aid fell from his horso dead at his farm gate Twentythree female babies were born In the vicinity of Columbus with In 43 hours Only one male child Is re portedThe Loulsvlllo Ice Association has advanced tho prlco of Ice about 33l cents a ton The advance will go Into effect April Capitalists am figuring on building a flno hotel at Blue Lick and connecting the Springs with Carlisle by electric railway The bank of Columbus Ky was rob bed of from 87000 to 10000 tho rob bars escaping but four suspects were captured at Union City Tenn Mrs E Thompson wife of a promi nent druggist at Georgetown killed her little child and herself yesterday using a razor to cut their throats Seven men robbed the Somerset Dank at Somerset 0 of 15000 but overlooked 835000 in cash anJ bonds Tho build- Ing was wrecked by tho explosion Moses Maggard while asleep at his moonshine distillery near Making was fatally burned by a log rolling from the Ore on him He had been a moonshin er for 23 years At Memphis A W Uogln one of the most prominent brokers In the South was shot and probably fatally wounded br a dissolute woman who was crazed by liquor In a general tight at Liberty Tex W B Duncan and his father in law W K Waul wore shot and Instantly killed by Wharton Branch a promi nent attorney of South Texas The United States Supreme Court has ordered a rear umcnt of tbo Mo Chord railroad cases on October 28ib There are several points on which the court desires furtbur Information The great Slraplon tunnel 12 tulles through one of tbo mountains of the Alps system nearing completion will shorten the distance from Franca to It illy 31 miles about an hours run The United States Steel Corporation has 160000 employes and a payroll of half a million dollars a day Allowing 300 working days this manufacturing corporation will pay out 8150000000 a year The Cunard liner Etrurlu encountered a fierce gale en route from Liverpool New York One girt passenger be came demented and a second cabin passenger committed eulMde during the storm Collector Sam J Roberts has been ordered to reduce his otlloo force one 11200 deputy and his field force ono 91 100 general deputy a cutting ofl of 82 100 In salaries and 8600 In traveling expenses Tho supreme court of Ohio has knocked Investment companies hlghe than a kite Kato Kane aged less than 20 was arrested at Lexington raving crazy from tho uso of cooalno In a Ore at Huntington W Va a a fireman was klllol and property worth 100000 was destroyed Miss Mary Uoeowaterof Harlancoun ty loll upon a pair of scissors and died us a result of the Injury As tho result of tho blizzard Iin No braska and Colorado tho plains tire strewn with dead cattle sheep and horsesA cablo says 8000 Person died of the plague last weok In Bengal Including Calcutta Towns arc boln desertedNea SixMile W Va a man killed a sevenyearold boy and wounded the rather because some ono had stoned the murderers horse J E McCoy charged with the mar del of French Howard on March 14 was committed to Jail at Pino villa with out ball to await the action of tho May grand jury A hurricane has wrought terrible bavoo In the South Pacific Several sailing vessels were wrecked at Now Caledonia with heavy loss of lire and a tidal wave swept ono town 50 people perishing Tho Sotto will caso has been settled by compromise By It tho IrvloMo Harry heirs will got 813000 cash and their court costs The otbor legatee will pay tho rest of tbo court costs amounting to about 816000 The cs tato Is valued at about 200000 Wade Hampton sentenced to die on the gallows at Momohia May 3 will not hang Hampton 67 years of age has gooo Insane since his conviction a week ace Action was taken by the Criminal Court by which the prisoner will go to tho penitentiary for lifo Aculnaldo has been caPtured as the result of tho daring protect of Brie Gen Fuoaton The prisoner was taken to Manila a prisoner of wat on tho vlcksburg Ho was taken March 23 at his hiding place In the province of Ia bona Island of Luzon His staff as- alo captured The sounding of an alarm clock caused the death of Mrs Mario Hart nan of Elmira N Y She was sleep ing with her hostess and when tbn Harm went off she sprang up In bed bricking and then dropped back gasp ng for breath She had never heard ono before Tbo poor ventilation of the Bowling Green courthonio Is held responsible or Iho death of jurymen there Two members of tho last petit Jury are dead and another ts al the point of death 7boso who have passed away with phew nonla are Garrard Stewart and G P Mark The one now sick Is B D Cole Dr Dudley S Reynolds lecturer on leeases of the car nose and throat at be Loulsvlllo Hospital College of Med clot wbo U an Is uncompromising foo to nicotine and holds that any map who uses tobacco Is mentally unbalanc cd Insulted some students who were moklnir nod the whole school has demanded his removal STAn or OHIO CITY or TuLane i IVMS Corjtir KRAXKJ CIIKSIT m11 oath lint lie U senior Irarlneroflbellrm rJ CIIKXET A Cot doing of Toledo couoty anl1 scat tamil1 and that said linn will p the sum of INK IIUNDItKl DULL ltS tar rock and etftr raM of CATIRRII that cannot be curvl by the use of HALLS CATABRII CVBSKIUNK J Ciicxtr Sworn lo before me anti iubrjrlb l In JIT Mo A 111814- WGLEASUNI Ilslls Catarrh Curs It taken internally and sets Irrclly n the and mucous surface of the ystem Uina for latlmonlsbtflee t ro Toledo O Sold 1lInttKlla 7Sc Halls Fatally lllli are the twit WALL PNPEf PMbO 1 A E Gibbons is now receiving the liandsimcct and largest line of built imported and Domestic Wall taper over shown in this part of the State We live the cheapest to the most expensive thing made Wo have the paper hung by the very best decorators at lowest prices Wo carry a full line ofall kinds of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass And PAINTEUS1 SUPPLIES at Lowest Market Irlco Ilcspeclfn- llyS L GIBBONS Danville MAIN STREET Sometfiing new IT WILL lMAKE HARD WORK EASY After a good deal of persuasion I de cided to try the Popular can truthfully say greatest invention of the kind made The prico at first mmeil high but alter a I am con vinced It is very chnan Mrs E J BBQWN FOIt SALE BY GEOIH FARRIS CO Wake Up Arid wistef To The Racket Ttie RacKet Store Is Far in THe Lead In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks Valises Ac Big stocks of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits at half price Mens Socks 3c pair Veiling lOc yd Ladies Kid Gloves sum slice 35c Towels 7Jc a pair Nnce Pants 14o a pair Laces and hamburgs at less than cost Skirt binding at Ic a yard Ladles Umbrellas for JlOc Suspenders 80 a pair Mens Suits worth 750 at S3 48 Shoes at less than ever been sold in Stanford Other bargains can be had which we havent space to mention Good machine thread 2 spools for 6u The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsbur Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank Ly L w a r Pay Less aQd Dress Better i NEWESTSTYLES INICLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND SHOES II COIIIO in and get fitted tip for Spring ummins Mlary COCOOOOOOOOC 00 0C000000 C G00 C NEW FIRM JC 0 o 0 0 Having sold a half interest in my buggy and implement bmlnws to 0 0 Mr A M Pence the new business will bo conducted under 0 0 tho Orm name of 0 GMSOt i PEJGE o- Reo 0 will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of 0 I Buggies carriages Harness Also Farming Implement in addition wo wll liandlu all kind of00 grain Uorii Oalllnay etc toping you will favor the now 0 firm II III your patronage l remain Iteept Yours 0 W A CARSON I 0C000000w00000 S 00000c1D t jc00 s iTHEiati- ona1eo1y Investment Co II CORPORRTzD Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at 1 tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky S S S s S SSS S S Shirts f Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters W E PERKINS Crab Orchnrd Ky 0 44444444444We Have a Full Line of t Ledgers Journals Day and CashBooks For tho NcwYeurHQood Goodsal LowPriccs Pennys Drug Store I 9TELElIlONE NO2 New Goods New Firm And Every Day la Bargain Duyj Vhcrc You Find Evefytrjing Perfectly Fresh rAnd you bate a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Gall and see us willlW W SAUNDERS Phone 88 110 West Main Street 1 For Sale by Oeo L 1eny and W 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