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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL rvoL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 2 190L 9 A M NO 11 I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Augustus was accidentally killed fHoyat work In u lumber mill at Ford portion ot tbo grandstand at tbo Somerset fair grounds burned Robert Pox blind for yearn died nt the borne of hl brother J A Fox In Somerset Dud Abney of Brush Creek Hock castlo county has u well developed cane n of smallpox At Nlcholasvlllo John Chase and WIIIIHlklns were blown to pieces wbllo laroerlng with dynamite Paul Flub who died near Somerset smallpox was for onto reason burled In thu city cemetery at midnight Burglars wbostole a ball of diamond valued at ISOO from the bomo of M Braun ot Nlcholasvlllc dropped them while tlcolnir A well developed caso of smallpox made Its appearance near Webb Cross Roads llussoll county Tbo patient Idrs Molvlu Shepherd Gene Montgomery who It Is alleged murdered bli teur year old daughter for ISO life Insurance was bound ovor without bull at Danville Mr George Torklogion a prominent citizen of Doyle county died suddenly Sunday Heart disease In supposed to have been the cause of bU death Two Negroes aro In Jail at Richmond accused of causing theucaihot William Callahan a raftsman by administering drugs for the purpo o of robbery Judgo Evans of tho United States Court granted an Injunction against J J Downey and other of Uarrodsburc to restrain them from operating a idle phone company The body of Lewis Reynolds who killed himself was robbed of 150 An Investigation will follow Reynolds left Science Hill a few days before with 170 In money on his person Twenty members of Capt lawn mllltla company at Dttrbourvlllo have tiled suite of 110000 each for damages against the L ft N Uillroad Company for alleged bad treatment on tho to and from Gov Ueclt barns Inauguration- Miss Mary Goggln has been appointI od by Collector Denton stamp deputI for this district entering upon the du r ties of tbo olllco next Monday with headquarters at tbo First National Dank The olliee pays about 4200 a year and Is In elllclunt bands Somer set Journal James Ashworlb engine foreman at Corbin for the past eight year was transferred to Illrraloghan Ala at an Increased salary yesterday succeeding lien C Gilford who resigned MrIAihworlh will bo succeeded by C Carroll now engine foreman at Bowling Green for the same company Tbo romaine of John Notko were brought to Junction City from Rock port WIs and Interred He bad been employed in a saw mill at that placo and was struck by a flying slab wblcb tore the top of bis head off Uo was a son of Mr John Nosko of Junction CltMlu Hottlo and Amanda Munday aged 00 and 93 respectively of Mercer county died Un week In tow days of each oiner They lived on a small farm near Mayo and uelthcr had over seen a cars or a railroad track They never used a lamp or candle In their house always retiring and rising with tho sun Matt Delph who was kidnaped by Jackson county moonshiners escaped r and returned to his homo rear Living eton very much fatigued from his Jour novolIu claims to have been made to walk In front of them as they rude on horseback When In Jackson county ho taw no oppornlty to escape and be hurriedly took advantage of It CHURCH MATTERS Rev Dexter Wblttlnghlll of Madl lion vlllo hoe gone to Rome Ital whore bo will tako charge of a Dip y school tilt Rev Carradlno has been engaged by Rev J W Hughes to bold a nlnu days meeting at Asbury College beginning April ia- Rov John Jasper the colored preacher who became famous for his Sun do movo theory died at Rich mond Va aged IM Elder R G Frank exKontucklon took up a collcctian at the First Chris than Church In Philadelphia for mil slonary purposed and raised 8000 r It has been decided to establish a dl ocuso of tbo Protestant Episcopal Cburcb of America iu the Philippines with a resident Bishop and duly appointed ministers Mr A O Sine who has boon super Inteodont of tho Presbyterian Sunday school for 15 years says bo put his teachers against the world for punetu ullty in attendance It is very rare that one of thorn is absent Rev S M Rankin and J U Paxton will represent the Stanford church at the Transylvania Presbytery at Leba non tonight The Transylvania Pros bytery Is ono ot the largest of tbo six placejto the erecwas torn down preparatory tion of a now and more edifice The steeple couldnt bo controlled and fell over In Mayor Fishers ard do molishing somo fencing and his chick en houso Danvlllo Advocate L Rev II E Lancaster writes from Somerset as follows Wo arc having very successful meeting at Somerset there havo boon about CS conversions and 15 accessions to the church up to the present Largo audiences aro In and there is a widespread interest awakoncdCarhlBle Mercury At tho second trial of tho famous case of the Texas Baptist organization in which Rov Hoyden sues Rev Cran till ot al for 100000 damages for being denied a delegates seat In the Baptist Stato convontlon the jury failed to agree after being out for six days At t the former trial Hoyden was awarded t a WOOOO judgment but the higher court reversed u LAND STOCK CROPS ETC James Anderson bought a bunchof fat bogs nt Gc W U Underwood sold to H T Bush a bull calf for R A Dodd of Wllmoro bought 5 SOO buot wheat at WJ Tho Advocatu says that Fox k Logan sold 10 good farm mules at 9112 to 81U5 E P Woods sold to S T Harris u yearling jack ut a flguro between 8triOI and 820- 0Iutel k Co sold In Cincinnati last week a car load of hogs they eugagcd In January ut4a M L Rare of Richmond lad sold the good trotting stallion Ham ward to P L McCabe for 1000 Dont forget Sweet William tbo nut ed mule jack PcdUrco and price In ter K P Woods Son Over 4000000 sheep perished In Ar gentina from foot ned mouth disease The loss In wool It 35000000 kilos Lutes Co boughtof Fayette Brooks of Garrurd 12600 pound yearlings ut 4o and sold to same a mule for 935 Thomas U Williams has Incorpora ted the California Jockey Club for SI 000000 and will control Oakland Tan loran and Ingledlde W H Boone bought of George D Boone a pair of work mules for I200 and sold to Samuel Dudderar a bunch of shoats at Co Better begin advertising your stal lion and jack Owners of snares want to seo the breeding of sires before they engage their marc W S Dryo ft Co of Hustonvllle bought of John Steele Carpenter n bay mare for 9200 and of Sam Muckln of Lebanon two tine horses for 1100 W C Carpenter bought has of S L clolheredIAt George W Ricos sale In Madi eon yearling mules Drought 130 to 170 cows 30 to 110 steers and heifers 31 to hogs about Oc sheep f5 jj and corn In crib 8225 Corn for May delivery was handled In enormous qusuiltlcs on the Board of Trade Chicago Saturday atd the high tit price record again broken May touching 41c Frank W McKee holds tho record on lambs 110 hUll IU Jewo with DOlsmbs The lambs are In excellent condition and average about 40 lb now Mr McKeu loot only 0 lambs adogcthcr Woodford Sun W W Lyon k Co sold to S T Harbison k Co u bay gelding for 1175 U C Carpenter sold them a fanny New York Siddior for twO Wm Dunn two forces for 300 and Doc Drye a N V saddler for 1800 and two other horses for 375 John Webb of Parksvllle has bought lou bogs of various parties jhls week at 5 and 61 cents to bo delivered between thu 10th and 20ib of April F T Logan says several bunches of lamb have been sold In thu Atoka neighbors hood for Juno delivery at 01 cents an atSlfor July delivery Allln Ede d of Burgle sold two fine Goldno tin Jersey calves this week to a Texa Lad tyat100Advocateyspar Secretary Horace Wilson of tho Kentucky Breeders Association au flounce that 1370 mares have been named In the rich Kentucky Futurity value 21000 for foals of 1001 which closed March 15 100 less than In tho record breaking list of 1000 Kentucky heads tbo list with 670 New York comes next with 147 Massachusetts 02 Pennsylvania 83 Illinois 82 Montana 55 Ohio 52 California 47 and so on URODHEAD Born to Mrs Jobn Houk a girl Rev E K Pike of Hazel Green is still going on with his meeting ut the M E church Our marshal J E Wallin arrested William Holt lute of Jackson county and took him to Mt Vernon and placed him In jail Tuesday on a charge of adulteryWm Pettus our night R R agent accompanied by his sister went to Prcacbcrsvlllo Friday Dr Proctor of Quail was with us this week Brodhcad has got the right man now for marshal In J K Wallln who Is making It hot for the boys who are fond of ordering jugs and drinking They will soon learn that It does nut pay to drink whisky in our town Uncle Dock Woodyard bad a very bad spell last Tuesday lie wont to the ta blo to oft his dinner and loll back from It just as If ho wan dead and could not speak for some time and the family thought ho was dying but after some considerable time ho recovered and Is apparently this A M all right again Mr Henry Thorp and his wife of Loretto como Into our town on No 23 last Friday bringing with tncm their sweet little Hazel Marie a precious lower that tbo Angel of Death had plucked from their bosom to pont It In the Christian Cemetery at plao Mesdames G D Hondrlcttson Wm Adams A J Pike Lon Hutchison Lllllu Miller and D Holtzolaw accom panied by Uevs J G Livingston E Pike Kay and A J Pike took dinner with MM J H and A E Albright at the Albright Hotel Sunday They report a pleasant time and a good din norMrs J E Wallin who has been sick for somo weeks Is able to visit her parents this week Messrs Clarence and John Perkins of Hlgglnsport 0 are visiting their grandfather U S Martin and other relatives of this county this week Mrs Joshua Dunn Is spending this week with her sister in Laurel Mrs R L Coffee of Ren fro was in town Wednesday Messrs W H Brown and John Cress of Preacbcrsvllle are with our people again this week J B Pike of LivI- ngston la visiting his brothers hero this week The Press Louisville oows1Japerwhat peculiar Thu Courier Journal has never bad aiy actual rival and has less now than it over had Perhaps tbo paper would be stronger If It would lot elty politics alone and devote itself to State and National issues But wheth er or not this Is so It Is recognized even by Its enemies as u great nawspa per clean in Its m thods and honest into purposeThe Is a scorpion that lashes right and putt out caring muuu woo is hit It Is an excellent alierooon dally full of the news ot the day cud even when most blltug la Its WItlluud bu moored Nobody laments tbo death of the Bib patch Under Euloe It was u ucurrll one uUUbtvu sheet calculated to Injure coy cuu e itouuujpiuuea anti wtieu u gut tutu Wualleu IiauUi It became u weak bargain counter concern with gouda uiurKud duwu to suit all comers us rise and tall and degruuattou boa death ought to bu u warning to toe peo ple who put money and trust in punt cal adventurers anti go Iu It bllud on party prejudice tied pitaaion- Tuu oiu commercial nas Dad the sad experience 01 muuy owners anti editors But It bOle always remained u repuoil can It is the republican organ touuy It Is nut very strung tluuuuiully of course unit out able to keep me puce with tue dt Louis GluDeUumocrut or the Chicago Tribune though it had held its uwu with us Cincinnati name nuKu Tne republicans support it aud believe In it uud people generally con steer ituu houeit newspaper Uolug the oest u can under Uitllotmieu fur iu par ty anti itself Xuo funny phrase of local journalism In me feveuiug Post Wheiner it la owued In wuuie ur iu part by Uuea Wbulleu us U coargcdor supported by tue Louisville Ntttvlllo railroad aobudy outside the Buctclngnam Theatre uud tile L st N heart ul directors cuu ray lor certain PerOaps no one really cares Tue thlug tual strikes the reader who doesnt snow and dues not carol Is the uuciiou 01 the Post iu procluttutug Its own virtue uud tin dc ulal ol any virtue whatever to any body else whllt oKunjrlodiDg fur u wise like WhullbO F very day it prluls on rid cdituriui page lee Life ol Cbrlst and ou me same page right alougside me west uoueive duds uuuuristluoltku viliiDCdtioa 14CU of Us departments is edited su as to magnify itself und vii ify tin enemies 1no Courier Journal Is to the PUtt what tbo red flag is to too toad bull Tue principal offense ot the Courier Journal upfMiars to be moat it never noticed the tuet This gives the Post a cbunce to say what it pleases without any fear ol exposure or any come back and it makes good use of me opportun ity Nut u Day pasacs tout the public Is hot told what u villain the Courier Journal is und bow K it Is not suppressed nod put down it will ruin me community Tho venerable Walter N iialtlemau is a robDer the veteran Henry Wutteraou is u pickpocket und all the other liuidemnos are traps of satan No end of absurd things are told to uiaKe out a cato and for exam ple tbe Ualdemans are accused of me Alvuy pardon though the Haldemans Bro all in Florida beyond the reaCh of steamboats and telegraphs and have been all tbo winter Though whether they were or not what should they care about a gambler like Alvoy In one stogie article tbe Post stated tbe other day that the Courier Journal hud nominated illndroun anti In days bad deserted him and that It bad opposed the nomination of Beckhuin until It was forced to take him Falsehoods so shameless and transparent us these discredit a public journal and make people stop and ibluK whether a paper moan enough to write them hud not eurne private reasons of Us own and when this same paper Is known to be tbo side partner of the sharpest kind of u political boss who has grown rich by corrupt politics these same people shako their heads and go on reading mo Courier Journal Thu Post does not credit tbo public with having even a little sense or rea soning power but goes on protesting Us virtue und befouling the Courier Journal like any drab ot the slums It claims the largest circulation in Louiavllle though its stock has never paid dividend und the paper is given away to people woo refuse to subscribe to it Tno Critic Is a bright newsy little aspirant for Sunday circulation undTne News Is the afternoon edition of Tho Commeiclul It Is believed that both are doing well They are deserving and though gossipy are nut scandal rn jngur or blackmailers In the minority opinion in the Powers case handed down by Judge Whllo he buys In speaking Of the bringing of the mountain desperadoes to Frankfurt In uny view of the fuels the enter prise was a felony producing condition of anarchy ut the State government uud tho peace and the good name of the State require that the majesty of tho law should bo upheld in such a manner that It will out bu repeated It of neo easily contemplated such a state of things that violence If not bloodshed would follow in Us wake and where u homicide was committed In further ance of it appellant who was Us dl rector was clearly guilty of murder To reverse tbo judgment ot convic tion on the fuels which arc either ud oiUlcd or so clearly established as to be beyond controversy is nut only to delay justice but to give no force to the statute providing that such judg meets may only be reversed when on the whole record tho court Is satisfied the substantial rights of the accused huvo been prejudiced What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to tako and pleasant in efloct For ealp by Craig A clocker Druggists LANCASTER Circuit court adjourned PrldayIFiscal court Is In session thouChristianreception next Saturday evening A new firm has established in tho hayingformedmans Judge W L Drown of London Is visiting relatives In this city Misses Rattle Doty and Margaret Noel nave returned from u visit to Danville McCrearySundayprotracted meeting at tbe Paint Lick Presbyterian church next Sunday Mr and Mrs A M Kinnaird of Mlddlesboro arc guests of W H Kin nulrd and family Mrs S D Haselden left Friday to vUlt her parents in Nlcb olusvllle vicinityhodcows by having them run down by a pair of work mules Ono cow was val ued ut 900 The fund raised by the concert and personal subscriptions for the Clover port sufferers amounted to 875 and was byMayorMiss Dove Barrie did not have a mil linery opening on Saturday because of her recent bereavement but her dls jearIIIA prayer service under tho auspices of the C W B M Auxiliary will bo hold every afternoon this week at the homes of tbo members An open bcs slon will be held Sunday evening Capt W H Collier son of Gen D R Collier Is ono of the Kentuckian in the Philippines who has applied for promotion He has already wisely saved a goodly portion of his salary which has been invested in real estate in this locality Beatrice the sevenyearold daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Cyrus Stone of this place died after a protracted Ill neesof a combination of measles and whooping cough Tills Is the second child these unfortunate parents have lout within a month of this fatal com plication Elder J W Lowber of Texas who at one time was pastor of the Christian church of this city la creating for himself considerable tame by his fond ness for scientific research He Is a member of tbe American Association for tbe Advancement of Science and also a fellow of three of the Royal Socl eties of GreatBrltafn- While In Lexington Mesdames Robert Embry and R L Elkln had tbe pleasure of a friendly greeting and a cordial of tbo hand from Mrs Carrie Nation In response to an levi tation to visit Garrard she expressed a wish to give a general clearance to her native county after the smashing bust ness was over In Kunias Amos McCaitpbell who resided here a short time ago with his aunt Miss Leila Bryant returned to Louisville Friday just back from a cruise as sailor on the transport Lancaster and after the most thrilling experiences both hy land and sea His ship was at tacked by a Venezuelan mob and by the bursting of a cylinder he suffered the lots of his left cyo and tho disflgur meet of bin face in consequence of which though only 20 ho will be re tired on a pension for life A recent Issue of the Courier Jour nal containing pictures of Kentucky governors wives Included a handsome likeness of Mrs W O Bradley of this countyhadlives but tho lair women who have been the Inspiring goddesses of their best achievements and truest etateman eltbetbyforegoing paragraphs to promise In somo way an assurance of fame and successMrs B F Walter of this place has recently beard from her son W 0 Dunlap who U now stationed at Fort Egbert Dawson City Alaska and seems to bo enjoying life in that tar away frozen clime Tbo lowest regis ter for tbo thermometer during the winter was 70 degrees below zero and tbo snow measured from two to 10 feet He enclosed a picture of himself and comrade clothed in bearskin and Im mense snow shoes and they wore just on their return from a hunt where 42 carubon were killed He also enclosed a scrap of oil silk a souvenir piece of a balloon used at Santiago shipped to Fort Slyer after the Spanish war and divided as mementoes among tbo sol dlero He also forwarded the Alaska Forum a weekly newspaper the size of u sheet of note paper and published at the rate of 812 per annum The Cos new doctor and his bride had just arrived a sad looking couple looking very much as If they wished they hadnt come after a trip of over 1000 miles by dog team Mr Dunlap Is now drawing 3000 per month with 500 per day extra duty and will recolve his discharge May 22 1002 J Fleece Robinson Sr after an ill ness of about five years from heart dlr seaoo and general dropsy died Friday night at the home brother J C Robinson He bad reached his 70th year and belonged to one of the most Influential families of tbo county bav log been one of seven brothers four of whom survive him Alex C Robinson Judge Joe S Robinson Jacob C Rob inson of this vicinity and Thomas J Robinson of Iliistonvlllo Ho had never married and had accumulated a fortune of about 80000 having been a very successful mule trader in South ern markets and spending most of his winters in that section His funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon at the Christian church by Elder A R Moore and a largo concourse of friends and relatives followed the remains to the cemetery for interment Mr Rob inson served gallantly in the Confeder ate army and was with Bragg when be Invaded Kentucky Ho mode many friends wherever ho wont and was re carded by everybody who know him as an honorable man and true to his friends Let him reetln peace 4 i = 0f 4f S i In Boy3r iiii3 ii IfIf and I r a t ClothingfJlEver brought to Danville I PAYS TO TUDE 1iJIT ATIt t 11Itamoney back If youre not satisfied r1111Your i1 HIRSCH Danvillet doIfffI aJ f e y fJta8 a 41J it eyyba It f tb laitirae 1 l t ail 11f tf PEACHESr ijf akaNot i the trees but our ce4 Late Shipment Of Clothes E3 wii Aro Peaches Indeed and when you see those little fellows If NORFOLK SUITS Irfl And those aMENS FLANNELS 4r t Woritcds and Oranates your mouth would water and you will long fora iSil cthem all fur the real juicy fruit The quality U the Jw f A LYr Our terms are CASH tu 1 5 iH J MCROBERTS l t C ts4 oroJr w sr 1 na ea wdtaway i i 1 IfGIfft lI Q eWQ f it les iNtNlMffWN A C SINE 4 CONTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andIguarantee yearsthat I I carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressedJThis Is ne Best Clothes Writer Madefl WARRANTY The rolls in this Improved Popular t Clothes Wringer are soft and clastic and I are warranted by us for two years from t1be date of purchase for family use It l either rot proves defective during said time we will replace same free of charillIt ii HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford j CRAIIG HCKIKQ0T- he 7lfla H JisbS a Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes j Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PRICES c a IF YOUR TIME Is worth one dolllnr n mina I uto you could not spend it to better advantage than reading our advertisement Owing to tho fact that we- S are offering some great bar gains in dry goods notions clothing shoes etc in the great closing out sal- eShoes I I 10 dozen ladles Ono turnsole shoes The kiioe were manufactured to retail at from 1150 to l3 closing out price and OSc A few cloaks and capes left over will i closo them out at less than cost Fancy Socks 5c Regular 15o quality mens fancy sucks go in this tale at 80 Summer Dress Goods SLAUGHTER SALE 60 pieces of colored Lawns and Dimi ties guaranteed to be lOc quality will go In this sale at 5c All 15o lawns dimities and organdies go at 7 jo all 20e quality reduced to lOcj all higher priced lawns and dimities reduced to half price 1 J All white goods such na India linen Swisses piques etc will bo offered In this sale at about halt price Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY 1aIh1h 1i14ti tt bOO pairs of Kid Gloves nil sizes and colors worth from f1 60 to J2 your choice at 69c 150 pairs ladies kid gloves worth from fi to Sl25 to close out at only 49 cents Ladles dont rnlts the greatest kid glove bargain of the 20ih century THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THE reversal of the lower court in the case of Caleb Powers convicted of complicity In the assassination of Got Goebel la on purely technical grounds and Is by no means a sweeping victory for the accused In fact the reasons given for the granting of a new trial are so slight as to amount almost to an affirmance of every thing done In the lower court The decision as banded down by Judge DuRelle for tho republican majority holds the testimony of Pat McDonald as to a conversation between two men who were not Identified as part of the mountain army was not competent and that Instruction No 7 which was amended by Judge Cantrlll t should have been further amended so as to require testimony showing that the killing was the direct result of tho conspiracy These and these alone are the oily grounds given by the appellate court for Interfering with tbo right eous verdict that Powers should spend his life time in prison in partexplatlon for his great crime The court hold that tbo Indictment was good that Goebel and not Taylor was governor at the time the latter Issued pardons to the assassins and there Is no Indication in any part of the opinion that Powers should go free The case Is simply re versed for error and a very technical error at that The accused and his fool i Cfriends can make the most of such a re versal made as It was by political bias The whole court agreed Ic the reversal oftbo Howard case holding that It was erroneous for Attorney Bon Williams to tell tho jury that Bob Franklin who was sick sent them a message that he believed Howard guilty and should be hanged and that It was further error in the second Instruction to use the word accomplice Instead of accom plices Wo have always entertained some doubt that Howard fired the fatal k shot but we can not see how any rea sonable man can recall the facts and supporting evidence anQ not believe Powers guilty of conspiracy In the blackest crime of the century MR BKVAN has already realized that be profitably without a paper can not run tho advertisers aid and has climb Hd down from his high horse In his last Issue ho says Beginning with April 12lh The Commoner will contain 12 pages and a limited amount of space will bo devoted to advertising matter SEVERAL census takers in Maryland have been arrested for stuffing the hats If this kind of thing Is kept up those who padded the lists In the 11th Kentucky district may yet got their deserts p It is as Important to Know How to Spend Money as to Know How to Earn It THE LOUISVILLE STORES- tanford f Kentucky GLOSIMrO t OUT SL 1 We especially invite country merchants to call at our store and examine our goods and prices We will sell goods wholesale as cheap as any Jobbing House Do not delay your visit to our store for this great stock will move at theseISlaughtering Prices like tinder before the flame COME AND EXAMINE NEVE IF YOU DO NOT BUY i The chancelfof a life time to secure good goods at very low prices 60c on the Sale of Dress Shirts 75 Uuzcu tueiru hue Uieaa eight dlaercnt styles to select from worth from 81 to SI 23 all In this great sale at JOc 10 dozen negligee lilrt regular SOo and 75o quality reduced to 39c Mens work shirts light and dark cola ors at llc25c 39o and Vic worth double the money a TUB magnificent Jefferson Hotel at Richmond Vu of which we wrote In letter last Issue Is In ashes Itolour from Main to Franklin streets and It was near tho former entrance that the fire originated and which soon en veloped the mammoth building Built of but brick with granite foundation It was regarded as seml fire proof but It burned like tinder The building contained many valuable works of art In eluding a marble statue of Thorns Jefferson by Valentine which stood In the centre of a beautiful court near the Franklin street front In which rare flowers bloomed the year around and many colored fish disported themselves In running waters the translucentcov crlng In many tints letting in a mellow light which added beauty to the sur roundings The whole building was a splendid illustration of architectural art and stood as a monument to Its builder and owner the late Lewis Gin ter who made many millions from a small beginning The loss of the betel which drew many rich visitors Is a sad one to the capital of tbo Old Do minion A SUIT has been filed In Logan coun ty that Is sure to go against the plaintiff with tbo costs A Missourian an swored Mrs E J Grlssams advertisement that she was marriageable and desirable wanted a husband and pos sessed a largo body of land In Todd allIvert1sementGrlesam and was disappointed In the surroundings Ho claims that bo expended during the negotiations the sum of 8300 and therefore asks damages In that sum But he will ask In vale It Is sure that the court and jury will consider It another case of a fool and his money are soon parted and return a verdict of nerved him right Tug presidents promptness In mak ing Frederick Funston a brigadier gen eral In the regular army the same po sition ho had In tho volunteer service Is highly commendable Tbero was a big kick by those whom ho will outrank but it was like going against the pricks The president was too much overjoyed over the capture of Agulnal do to listen to such protests Funston Is not a euphonious name foci a hero but if be can steer clear of the rocks upon which Dewoy stranded bo will prove that theres nothing in a name As Lewis GInter made the money with whlchbo built the palatial Jef ferson Hotel at Richmond Va by the manufacture of cigarettes it will be regarded by those who oppose tho use of tho little coflln nails as demonstrat ing tbo eternal fitness of things that It should go up in smoke Gov McCreary Is a late addition to the order of Elks a GREAT 60C ON THE DOLLAR Slaug- hterCLOTaIJfG SALE T I It takes very little money to buy ft suit of clothes or a Inir of odd puma at- Tho Louisvillo stnm Owing to the C11111108n Come and bo you goods if you arc ryady not Titans are said to have been 317 theIPowersscant endeavor the four republican judges of the court of appeals only find two upon which to bate are versal and that Is so purely technical that the guilt of the accused Is practi tally confessed Considering ho w beI was goaded and tempted Into overt by malignant counsel In the long drawn out trial Judge Cantrllls rulings for their fairness the ease are unparalleled and legality The next jury will award Mr Powers a berapcd necktie If It does Its duty THE Louisville is given tasking hard ones but thjs caps the cli max and will put the studying caps on the old grannies who have themselves ridiculous by a deslslon which reverses rulings and Is against all precedent The question Is If as the court of appeals In the How ard case following its recent and un precedented ruling in tho Welch case It Is a reversible error to into evidence the previous record the de fendant what becomes of the law pro viding a life term for a third conviction to the penitentiary IT Is a remarkable fact that nearly all of the democratic candidates solect ed for delegates to the constitutional convention In Virginia are those whd have been numbered among tho gold democrats They however voted for Bryan under protest This shows that tbero Is no longer any division on the currency question In the Virginia de should not bemocracy as Indeed there anywhere willfollow Cleve lands lead and promote his private secretary to a cabinet position P DL General Smith Is to resign and George B Cortelyou Is to bo given his place and Perry Heath Is to take Uortelyous placo as private secretary Smiths ambition Is to go to tho court St James and It Is said that It will be gratified POLITICAL Joe Searcy was appointed postmaster Alton Anderson Lt Gov L H Carter announces his candidacy for Congress In this district In tbo eyont that Gen Funton is not made a Brigadier General in the regu lar army tbo Kansas republicans propose to nominate him for Governor yearAccording to the dictionary of the reorganizers a democrat is u man who votes the republican ticket In National campaigns but Is generous enough too allow democrats to vote for him a municipal campaign The Common er us to greatly tI our competitors Our clothing id all strictly custom made and no fault of tho goods that our prices are low If you would only como and see these goods you would bo convinced that The Louisville Store is the cheapest itoro in Stanford 500 pairs teens nail Iwys cotton worsted pant worth 81 reduced to 19c 300 pairs boys cheviot worsted nnd cur lIntJro lnco pants mado to sell at 50c our slaughter price 25c 150 mens suits to sell at 10 we have 12 different colors to select from nt 405 75 boys suite regular S2 quality reduced to 98c Mews very flop custom mul10 IIUitl- 4nt S095 750 nut 975worth double the price we oak Wo have not space enough to describe all our- cotlllng but seeing is believing yourself wo will glad to show to buy or ex could In made former holds bring of of at county In R U Hearne having no opposition has been declared the nominee for Rev reeonatlvo by the democratic Commit tog of Scott county Gov Carter ended a lively fight for the police judgeship at Rurrod bur by nppolntldi S 0 Smith The other applicants were T R Phelps Wm Ewing and Samuel Black K J Hampton who wanted to ba district attorney In the new Kentucky district was given something Just us good Ho has been appointed captain and quartermaster In the army The contest between T J Wvattand James S Miller for the republican nom ination for county judge in Knox re suiting from burned ballots at tbo pri mary hold Feb 12 was decided by the committee in favor ot Miller Judge Wyatt will appeal to tbo Stat central committeePractically all the lawyers and coun ty officials In Clay Knox Whitley Boll Harlan Berry Leslie and Latch er counties bavo signed petitions to President McKinley asking the ap pointment of exGovenor Brrdley as Judge In the new Eastern district of Kentucky The many friends all over Kentucky of Mr W P Walton of Stanford arc Interested In his determination to enter the contest for Railroad Commissioner for his district Mr Walton Is an ablo man and an experienced journalist and there can be no doubt that ho wll be a shining figure In any race ho may enter Hu will start out with a backing of friends and admirers such as few others In the State could command Louis vllle Times THIS AND THAT Description and pedigree of W M Dodds splendid stallion Gallon will appear next Issue Easter services will be held at tho Christian church Hustonvllle Sunday by tho children of the Sunday school F M Ware and R S Scudder will stand at tho formers farm at McKln ney a fio combined stallion and two good jacks See ad later HUSTONVILLE Tho Misses Adams will have their Spring and Summer millinery opening Friday stud Saturday April cordially invite the generally to call and examine their stock which consists of the latest styles In pattern hats They have just returned from the cities and have a and complete tine They will bo found over Adams drug store CRAB ORCHARD I nAVE moved my millinery store to Main street near postofilco and will bavo my opening April 5 and 0 I cordially Invite all to come and Inspect my goads Mrs Kittle King Absolutely a pleasure- to show our stock to prospective customers Mene4 ply linen collars regular 15c quality reduced for tills great wile to 5c Celluloid collars all tylc and sires 3c Big reductions in mens hats neckwear and all kinds of underwe- arTable Linens NAIKIXS AND TOWELS Fine while imported Irish Table Linen Inchrs ride In number of beautiful floral ptitern worth oQc per yard ou price Ys and while and glue and white table linen nu ranUid fart colors well worth COo per yard at only 2So Napkins at ahwkl halt price BIg ducitun In all kinds of cotton and line lawelft Lace Curtains 49c Full 3 yds long extra stood value for- f1 during tbU great tile at 4ic u1 LOW PRICES Aro going to bo tho Great Attraction at tho Louixvillo Store Dont wonder why our store is always crowded Examine our goods and prices stud you will not bo Burnrifcd Lost money is r seldom found Every time you fail to buy from im you will lose money 1 Domestics Book at these prices carefully then come ss only all ewn no goods will fast at these ridiculously low prices 250 pieces of good t alien light aDllllArkrpatterns tlo iamo goods cost 5 And pticoluringrun ysrrl 4io liig hue of yard wldo percale worth lOc and 12Jo per yard for closing tot sane only oo Towels 10 dozen 13xiB chock linen lowetwoitu lOc At3c Fancy harder linen towel 11x37 worth lie nt Fancy larder linen towel 14x90 4c Fancy border lloeo fringed 33x31 worth JJc at 15c Allllnln blue bordunnl towol 30x11 194 White linen fringed towel 4lxi worth lie at Sic- lAlncli linen crash wr yard only So Ladies Muslin Underwwear asrtbrtel wren and drawers trimmed with laces and tjiurolderio worth roc our prim 2J Corset covey and gowns elegantly Undrnklrtrngowns seen ap predate the great value nt 6Bc Underskirts and gowns made of extra floe SeA Island cambric trimmed with flee laces ml embroideries the goods alone will coot you double tho money come and ace I these flne garments At COo and OSc Pay Less ad- Dress Better t NEWESTSTYLES IN- CLOTHING e FURNISHINGS AND SHOES Como in nUll get fitted up for Spring Cummins Molar y Contemplating A New Design In Wall Paper I THE OLD FEELING OF THE PAST REVIVED JEverything the world gets Its form from some ideal whether a man a flower or a piece of wall paper The art productions of today are but the expres slops of nn Ideal that linn been fostered through tho ages Half the fun of living is in an attractive bmjAn Attractive lIs not so much a matter of expense as It is of taste Art and economy beauty ami comfort OurlineFurniture CarpetsPicture W W Withers Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky Arnii 2 1001 OUIt work rl unlUrpal8 PennyDrug PERSONALS t COL W 0 WELCH Is In Frankfort Miss SIB PRYTON went to LouUvlllo yesterday Miss JKNNIH WARREN 1s visiting In Louisville JOHN BHIOIIT Jit la with tho home t folk for a low days A H UASTIN Lancasters tolophono magnate wile hero Saturday+ CLKLLANU EASTLANU of Louis vlllo spout Sunday at bomo hero Miss Mary GOuaiN of Somerset was tbo Guest of Mre1 K Kemp Miss SUK WIIITLYB MURPHY epcn last week with friends In Danvlllo Miss ROSA JONES of nartwoll 0 Is with her brother John P Jones MRS J S ItKKb of Lexington II with her mother Mrs J M White Mas A U SEVKKANCB spent sever al days with her father at Richmond J NKVIN CARTER has been aligned to Walkers dlitlllory at Lawrence burir MRS J E LYNN U visiting her daughter Mrs J E Clauncb at oom enct REV S M LoOAN of Mlddloiboro le at Judge Suulloysen route to Pres bytery Mn AND MRS J S RICK woo t up to Richmond Friday to tea his mother who Is Ill MUM S P BTAOO of Stanford f punt tbo week with Mrs Salllo C Welch Jcseamlno Journal Mlts JC McKBK of Preachers vlllo was tho guest of her sister here London Democrat R1vMILESSAUNDERS of Spring Meld spent several days with his son Hon J N Sounders ISAAC PRITCIIETT and sister MUs Florence Prltchctt of Doyle were guests at John W Wallace CHAKLKH LUTES of Lutes Co tbo stock traders was In Pulatkl last week buying anything ho could mtko on bon cit dollar nut of v ME88118 J W MILLI2II and J A llurnsldc of Lnncatter took tho train hero for Frankfort and Louisville re pectlvely Sunday MHSBKB JOHN W ROYSTON and Mlllard F Rout two good Uarrard county friends of tbo 1 J wero callers a at ktutsvllle was visiting ber sisterinlaw Mrs HannaJ Potcot last week Dar rodtburg Democrat Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDKRS returned Friday from a delightful and protracted visit to relatives and friends In St Louis and Kansas City PROFS J W DAVIS and J D Depp of tho Mlddleburg Normal College wore hero Saturday consulting dcntlsU and having printing done MISS JEAN IlOCHANAN and Mr J W James of Crab Orchard aro guests at tbo homo of Mr A Addami on Spalding avenue Lebanon Falcon L M WKSTERFIELD has rented Mrs ovllloIwho has moved w the rooms over his slablo MESSRS W P TATe and Edga Wilkinson left Sunday for Carey tho former to ace after his interests In thu county and the latter to visit relatives and fish RICHARD PETTUS and nleco Alfa Fllzabotb Pottus of Lincoln are guest of Judge Pettus Mr and Mrs J S Illggtns ore rejoicing over the arrlva- of n dnughtorSomcreetJournalT- RoSE who have signified their intention to go with the Walton party to hear Joe Jefferson at Lexington must give positive assurance by Saturday next In order that seats may be secur ed Tickets will bo n60 In balcony and 8J in dress circle and parquet Miss ANNIE THomSON will repro sent Rockastlo In iho declamatory cooI test to bo held at Stanford Juno 21st Miss Annie Is a beautiful reciter and the ono who wins tbo prlzo ow her will fully realize that they bavo been In a contest Mt Vernon Signal TUB Advocate says that Mr Harry Glovannoll was presented on tbo eve of his departure with his wife to Wash ington with n solid gold Knlghta Tem 11111plar charm set with diamonds by Mrs Robert Harding and a number of other f Dnnvlllo friends aa a slight token o their esteem and admiration for a gentleman f whoso noblo character excep tional ability and sterling worth as a eettlzon havo given him a placo In tho hearts of tho people that it Id the for tune of tow mon to attain LOCALS lot ladles patent kid Oxfords J P Jones it iNEW RICHARDS at Daugherty a the best shoor In town Give him a trial it READ our ad then come and buy you a lowcut shoo for lose money th they will ever bo offered you again season J P JoncsitQUARTERLY courtwas session yesterday and Judgo Bailey was kept busy listening to small appeal and oth t or cases not of general Interest Fitnsil fish at W H Bradys it NICK line of Moquctto and Brussell carpets at Bcazloy S Hays 7oaponndeachDring GARDEN Seed Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren Shanks MIIUNURY OPENING Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Kltby b Miss Vandovoer TUB Canton Disc trove for dura bility good work and light draft For solo by George H Farrls Coit TUB Junction CI bunk will bo next door to A Reynolds drug store Tho building will bo ready July 1 NEW Olio Corn Planters at Dlggl fe McKlnneye Also onehorse chain themtJ H BAUOIIMAN Oak will soil hey and feed of all kinds at nines- your own prlco In order to reduce stock v W POWELL HALE hoImpareonn tor will give an entertainment at tit 0 College chapel April 23d Admission 25 and 6DcCMllLINKllY Wo Invlto the ladles of Turncrsvlllo and vicinity to call April and 0 and Inspect our stock of goods Lewis l WbltoTurncrovlllc OUU cut prlce percale solo lait loft us with so few we havo conclude- to close tbo balance at tbo soma prlco Title le your last cbanco J P Jones Tim MISSES STIAUIIhave on exhl bltlon an unusually pretty and attract Ire lino of spring millinery which they cordially Invlto the ladles to call and eoitt TUB rnuslo and elocution department of Mlddleburg Normal College will glvn an entertainment In the College ohupcl at Mlddleburg Friday ovrnln next ubder the management of Ivdna Powell and Mary Carpenter Ad hilsilon 16 and 25o Go and enjoy your self TUB Somerset Journal tblnkn that II Cashier Hooker Is to put on airs par bis hair In tbo middle and wear a r snooktlebunk building and now furniture Dr Ed Alcorn should have a cushioned pow land Dr Hawkins Brown a young wile Prosperity over smiles on truo merit A SCKIUIILBR who seems to bo moro than Ignorant writes to the omerset Republican of the action of what ho chooses to call the returning board In tbo primary election tho tention belnl so plainly an effort to stir uu factional strife as to raaka it an ob ject moro of derision than of decent consideration TUB republican aro working with might anti main to make Mr Dink Farmer believe be was cheated out of the nomination for Jailer but It will boa Cato of loves labor lost Undo Dink is satisfied with the result and the meddlesome rode might Jet moro for tbolr work if they would turn their attention on some of the wcakkncud follows and lot this tried and true dam ocrat alone RAISED Tho tutu board of cquall conrt ow per cent 5 per cent benttd AllrlllS Iro m Garrard on tbo 10th which Is raised 10 put cent on land and nothing on lots Ttiero was no change In either lands or lots in Mercer Rockcastlo and Knox 1a4d only 1 per coat on lands In Madl eon In Clay county tho raise Is 0 percent on lands and 30 per cent on Iou TUB King Phillip Tribe No 43 I O R M at Hustonvlllo hold tbelr semiannual election of Ulcers last Saturday night The following wcro elected for the term D H Skinner sachem Frank North senior saga more Jones A Baughman senior sag amore Charles Wheeler prophet J B Adams C of R E D Powell K ofto W B P Showraukor C of W WC Greening trustee J W Lockrldgo was chosen representative to great council which moots In Danvlllo In May MISSED AGAIN Put Goer who w shot at four times the other day an escaped unhurt thinks that an effort was made to assassinate him Friday night Ho was returning from Frank Richards house on tbo creek where ho had gone to borrow a some when he ease solos ono shot at him three times Ho returned fire but the man who did the shooting was evidently good a dodger of bullets as Put and body was killed or oven hurt as tar aeatwo havo heard A bullet from the supposed assassins pistol glanced oil tho engine house and going through tho back window of H J MoRoborts store fell on the floor Another lodged In the engine houso It was a 3S calibre and tho weapon Goon used was a Mr Goer told Marshal Jones that he sitalaIt was a trap sot bo says that there wero several behind tbo fence from whence the bulk eamo Attar a low minutes Richards arrived and he and Geer mado a futile hunt NICE lino of wedding presents at Hamiltons PLENTY band made harness on hand J C McClaryitFRESH homemade candles of all kinds at J ir MeieritLADIES we havo som novelties In Easter ties gloves and hosiery J P Jones it A FEY days ofcold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J H Baugbman Co MESDAMESE U BALLARD and J X Dunn of Bryantsville are with Mils Annie Phillips A corn East wio prevailed for n week and whether wise or not all of us dei PROLIFIC Mr John Rclcbenbaab of tho Or Dof J ft C Relchcnbach owtti two healthy This same owe bad three lamb in 1800 that sold for 812 and three In 1000 but two of them dlnd The other brought SG SATURDAYS republican primary In asey resulted as follows W G Raines county judge P H Taylor county attorney Simeon Wcsloyelerk Grant FIllott sheriff G A Cundlff assessor J T Drown Jailer J C Lay superintendent There wero from two thatdpartisan republican will not deny TUB trustees of tho proposed graded sonnet elected tho following teachers Friday sight John A Miller Mrs Nannla S Saufley Mrs M J Cocbran Misses Georgia Lewis Annlo McKln noy Lllllo Peyton Essie Burch as Murjr Carter Wo congratulate trustees on selecting so splendid n corps of teachers Prof M O Wlnfroy areeACCIDENTALLY KILLED Cynthia Hurst the eightyearold daughter of George Hurst of Rowland was accidentally shot as she slept earl latertwasaat the a noise In tho kitchen and securing a pistol wont out to see who was there On return log tho weapon was discharged as the boy went to lay It on a table and the ball entered the little girls bead Youcg Benedict who Is almost crazy with grief gave himself up to the au thorities and spent tbo night In Jail When seen this morning ho seemed moro composed but wept as he spoke of tho horrible accident Ho Is a son of Thomas J Benedict of Mllledgo ruleITUB Missionary Institute which be gun at the Methodist church last sigh- promisee to be a most interesting an instructive one At 730 Rev C A Tague delivered an Intortalnlng address on Japan Its Need and Our Duty Today session began at 830 A aL with a paper onHOur Work Its Authority and Qualification by Rov A P Jones and the days exercises will Include drceecs by Revs L Robinson R Dobbs PC Ever olo W E Arnol C J Nugent F M Hill E C Savage W W Green C A Tague H G Turner E G B Man a J W Hughes and C M Humphrey At night Rev Mann will discuss the question Ie tho Epworth League Among us a Success In Wednesdays program the names of RefS W W Penn C J Nugent E C Savage T J FIzer S AL Carrier H G Turner ET Terrlll and J O A Vaught appear and Miss Julia Pryor will read a paper on How to Make the Monthly Meeting More Attractive i The exercises will close at noon LlUBKTY An average crowd attend cd clrc61e court at Liberty yesterday and the absorbing theme was the re publican primary of Saturday Wallace Jone put particular stress a tho law against vote buying and eQllln and urged the grand Jury in his chars spars no time In finding out whether this law was disregarded In the prima ry Title has put some of tbo candidates and their friends to thinking and they aro not resting at all easy Tbo docket has three murder cases on It i but It Is not likely that more than on Awill be tried this court Tho elv docket Is light and the lawyers wont live very high for the next few mooch Yesterday was the regular heron show day but only ono animal was exhibited Newspaper men wero aa thick us fid filers In the plutonlan regions while insurance men were not far behind in number Democrats of Casey are feel a8log good at the soreness caused by tho primary and say they are solos to win least two county offices They will not put out a full ticket Senator G T Farrl of Lancaster was smelts tho visitors at court who received much attention MATRIMONIAL DollGID Dougherty wero J Daugherty Saturday erA dispatch tram Greensboro Ala announces tbo engagement of Cap t Richmond Plerson flobson and Miss Grlgsby of New York MtoId 0 surprised their many friend as well their parents by driving Cumberland a Gap where they wore married In a suit for divorce and alimony at Paris tbo sotto In submitting her ex ponces for a year included the follow Ins Sixty hate yearly 83000 dresses yearly 87500 12 corsets 8210 horses yearly 815000 dogs yearly 3000 andMIyearago theywerecame a widower Fridayhusband Sho Is but 24 years old All lokamaof marriages and one of her suitors killed himself at her door because she refused him An exchange says tbero aro two fam SundaySuodayof the sons hays married Days and and ono la engaged so It naw appears that eabyeA bill ball been introduced in tho Sen tooman above the ago of 40 who has not marrlaJoIIcen80 tobuild5daYIlIeperatoand deeded her property valued at 820 000 while she relinquished all further eoperatlonWo tntoCourttiered him so that be refused to live with her any longer McKinney Roller Mills Propo3T tholllttii Iced he 1rlcc very ruaionable Ous t Kennedyiller yYAt the Chas Wheeler Emporium IIUSTONVILUE KY Friday and Saturday APRIL 5 AND G J elTortIna city Trimmer oilarge experi mayexpectup to date patterns PUBLIC SALE I will HUat pub lc auction at iajr farm on the froaThursday April 11th Ol lcCorllllckaod doubleIborbsetwagonclraoIDf1clampHSbortborubull ladeIbredin4yearoldErldlnebyAbdallah clersomehou ehold podi It rarRe with plnea mt4ehetittullesday of il J II McKISNEV MtKlnnef Ky PUBLIC SALE tbeTImIaufordI9OISellofHighgrade Yearling Calllo All good color IIIareforaoldwellallleaonegoedbroalmae of one good two bona wagon ono good hay frame and J lmprorq a mower hay plowbarnKentucky thintooand kitchen furnitur- eTicuuCaallforallauma under 810 over that negotlbleaodPayable a dlleSlleFlatjlKy Public Sale I OF PERSOMLPROPERTY And Rental of Load wloarSbelbyCIIWednesday April 10 1901 henofwlweighhlgbKrade uheadyarloufanulughulJeweall WewlUaeJlall ha1aDharlllekllutonrlllepike l proibrtThousandstion l00ILnasDont urget the date April Wi I Aatl SI1EU1V Shelby Cy H T D EKfiLlSlI uctloDeer 1 i1mrmmmmmrmrmrrrr i oLEa r THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT COs i1 OF LEXINGTON KY Ie = And get n sample certificate of their new E issue te j 1 EE IA G MORGAN Secy No3 W Short St IJii 11 11 11 JllliiJllll l111 IIi11111111utiI11iI1JIIJIIIIlU11JI1111111111C W BIMcROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest ofDrugs and Sundries At Lowest Prices Just The Thing r YOU WANT 1 The season is nowhere when every lady wishes a com Portable ni- ceLOW QUARTER We carried over from last season some very desirableJ things both in quality and style and have concluded to putithem all out on our CHEAP TABLE for one week and sell them for less money than we can place them in the house Remember these are all clean desirable shoes in Oxfords Too Slippers and Newport Ties If yom want Genuine Bargains this in your chance One week on ly t Jonesurf2 i IIIThe new goods More different kinds moro different prices than itever shown before In Stanford Prices aro reasonable and styles fr Jare more varied New Switscd Khoran Pongees Ginghams Tis m 11FoulardIAll Kinds Of TrimMings IIJ 14fJDrSEVERANCE a SONSOpposite Court 1IousetI EW EWim ijj i What We Sell i 1Columbusing manufacturers Imyinlithe country HarneBB Everything kept in a strictly firstclass Harness Store We manufacture every stitch of our flnergrado of harness lCoalWo handle Coal only from mint of the beet reputation Feed Wo buy and soil Hay Oats Corn Bran etcpWe make a specialty oi Secd and Feel Oats Have k handled 10 cars in CO days Wo are soul agents for Gluten Meal Koyal Cement Plaster Dr lIen Stock Food Poultry Panacea etc We buy everything In Car Lots for Cash and sell salgoods on a smeller Margin than any houso In Danville Bruce Bright Danville fJ t I y=THE INTERIOR JOURNA wabtSakxaTaulaapr axa03Fstdta I 1 PER YEAR CASH ben Dot sopaldffiSOO will becharged Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford eaonddau matter r rOB SALJ Two hundred and fifty bales pure imo thy hay None better D S CAUPFNTEIt Hustonville PRUITTBROSMORELAND t Furniture And Under taking TOJ WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wejhoroby state that the DISC Plow sold by D 8 Carpenter Is just u flU superior to the Oliver as tho Ueurlo is superIor to the cradle W O COWAN J a GOODE 8 M OWENS t A S PRICED Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlcver1 teRow Droll Store In the Owsle DuU- dinllPt1BLIC SAM t DI will sell at pabllc auction In front of Ceo Holmes storehouse at Crab Orchard depot on Saturday Mch 23 for tbo pur pose of winding up a partnershllone car load of nUOQlKS all leather top vehicles brand new and will to the highest bidbe sold without reserve der for cash In hind O M GILLILAND Lexington J H WARD CO NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable y llrucet 01J SUnJ Depot St StinforJ New and stjltnh Turnouts Kite reasonable Special attention to trarellog silenraen Hones ought and told on commltilon fHdOc llltchwlOc Nohllcheaon public days Good attention given all stock ten at our stable thqat W ADAMS FISTULA CURE JMaoufactured by W Adams d Co PaInt LIck Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules afflicted Fistula Pallevll SwInney Scratches Saddle foils Hard and Soft Enlargements Oreasy Heel Distemper dc For sale by W D erts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty O Thompson Klngsvllle A Caldwell Waynosburg Dunn Dros Dry antsvllle Ky Mllledgevllle Oeo K Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky Cash k Clure Turnersvllle J H Vanhook McKln ney Farmers Roller Mills STANFOSD Z7 MOIUUS FRED PiioraiKfoR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and nil kinds of grind log ami that I will lit all times furnish the beSt of Flour Meg Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At tho very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to glvo you thn best results Dont me bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror erCMCGbMYM Manufacturer and Dcalesr In FARNESS SADDLER fcC Stanford Ky Drs Slavin Fs PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lie In Danillle Mondays Wednesdays sod Friday Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursday and Sat urdays- Office In the IannlnxtoA UuIldlnjStanfordOI u acehour9to12Ahltolew OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr of KlnsTllle Mo deteude on the pdnclpleaofAaatomyand Physiology fur Us re no no drug no rubtdp- gnoeurxicaloperauomauclalma blag supernatural Osteopathy dews man as a machine of so many MrtKlts Is adjaitwtnt When all are properly adjusted and not owworUd b L the althI Some of the diseases treated by us Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Catarrh Weak Granulated Lld Uoltre Heart lifer and Lung Diseases Constipation i niMCUII iones Enlarged lrottatlll1I blow ash sod loteootlnl troubles I and IIIf JoIn IParrlpLInconunenceoiUrine IUylnI Miss Jennie Payne THE CBAB OBOHABD HILLINEB Lisa Just returned from Indianapolis and lionlsvllle with a complete line of and Summer Millinery and she cordl ally Invites the ladles of Grab Orchard and vicinity to call and see her stock tVAt tend hot opening of Pattern Hats Wendes day and Thursday April 3rd and 4th Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H OffER Stanford Ky E R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For Prices H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford Wv Office over HigRins de McKfnneys Store Telephone No 48 ILUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Rose Grapes Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Oar den right as we no but sell direct to the planter General nursery and special strawberry catalogue on cvtlon to H F HILLFNMEYER Phone 270 Lexington Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 100000 Successor to The Farmers Hank A Trust Compll and under saint management ouily for 33 Yuan Solicits Your Bank AccountHo- ping such business relations will prove mutua ly beneOcial and plea DIn CTOKS J Pax ton Sr JN Menefee A W Carpenter W H Cummins J 1LynnS Shank JPCUD JH Owslci VFF1CEU3I S U PrealdeDtlJ rW M Bright Aut Cash BEAZLEY HAYST- 7NDEBTASERS BtilEKS IN Furniture MntUngsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or tbe cloth furnished you to make your owl suit skirt or waist My samples of clothas largo andvaried as can bo in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And the prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line of samples for men New Goods of All Kinds Now arriving for spring wearMa Clothing Hats Car RugsDrypars Etc JAMES FRYE Hujtonrille Ky NEWS NOTES The Exposition hotel at Buffalo will have 2100 rooms Roland Reed tho well known auto died In New York Saturday Lebanon Tcnn voted two to one Saturday to shut out saloons Robert Rowell the pioneer of the oloatrotyplng business in Louisville Is dead 011 In paying quanitlcs has been struck In Bath county just over the lino from Montgomery So far the Philippines have cost tbls country 104160000 In money and a 023 men Are they worth it Mrs James R Smith of Martini vllle Va pave birth to her 18th cblld and fourth set of twins last week Dcnjamln Richards of Nolln wat struck by the limb of a tren and bls neck broken He lived 24 hours While Fields minstrels wero play It at Ashland an actors coat taU caucl fire from a heater and a panic followed Five natives were hanged at Manila for murderIng an Englishman who was superntcndent of the Manila water worksRichard Nugent who deserved a death sentence was given 21 years at Lexington for the murder of William Mahoney An Eastern land syndicate will buy a big tract In Harlan county and may build a railroad to the scene of that operations Sealskin cloaks ought to be chea this fall Tbo catch Is remarkably large Another steamer has coma In with 11000 seals- Theodore Wallert was hanged at Henderson Mine for the murder of his wife and four stepchildren on lobo 21st of last August- A terrific rain and hailstorm swept over Northern Texas Damage ai Dallas from water In collars and stores estimated at 100000 Sparks set fire to a sparrows noel under the caves of the residence of J G A Boyd at Louisville destroying the house Lots 83000 Harry Glenn some years agoclerk of the Kentucky Senate was committed U the asylum at Lexington Ho is a vie tim of whisky and morphine Safe Blowers made an attempt to rob the Peoples hank at Bagdad Shelby The vault door was badly damaged but not blown open At Howardstown Nelson county Sat urday night Samuel Cecil aged 10 shot and killed Anthony Thomas also aged 10 Both had been drinking Papalnlaw Zimmerman Is In Eng land Investigating the Duke of Mao hcaters debts and will extricate the young Duke from lily embarrassments A wise and venerable Boston lady h quoted as saving that Christian Sol mce may be very good for the cure of iomplalnts but I doubt If It Is good for diseases Miss Jennie C Bennedlct Is the first woman to be elected a member of the Louisville Board of Trade the dlreC Are having voted favorably upon her application Batson Files babe was burned to death at Mt Olivet three months ago IU wife ilea of grief and now a son las died of pneumonia contracted at her funeral Bloodhounds are on the trail of the burglars who broke Into Calverts store In Anderson county and blow open the safe securing S300 In cash and about ItOO in notes Col A K McClure has resigned the editorship of the Philadelphia Times hlch he held from rte establishment 26 In beenjournalism Count Tolstol has written a letter to the Czar of Russia saying I feel It- my sacred duty to endeavor to open your eyes to the senseless and horrible ruellles perpetrated in yonr Dame Relations between the United States and Venezuela are believed to be more serious than Una supposed The attl tude of tbe Venczulan Government toward the United States Is said to have become well nigh Intolerable Mai Gen MoArthur reports tho sur render on tho Island Mindanao of nine Ilcers ICO men and 187 rllleu and 80 lotguns ending the Insurgent trouble on the Island On Luzon the surrender of two leaders and 240 guns Is reported The late Henry Plckrell of t arllsle wail one of two brothers and live sisters whose combined ages were 039 years and the average ago 01 27 years All wero vigorous up to the time of death and their mental faculties were clear to the last The case of Garnett D Ripley cbartr cd with being ono of the conspirators 10 the murder of Gov Goebel wilt be called at Frankfort today Both sides are said to bo ready for trial The tel mony of Judge Yost Is expe ted to be very damaging to tbe defendant A receiver appointed by Judge handlers court at Macon Ga was nl- leled to be In default as receiver to tbo mount of 80000 Judge Chandler wasted no time on red tape Ha romptly sent the receiver to jail for contempt of court and ordered him to- be confined until the full amount was pld The noted mare Olivette owned by George Ltndenborgcr of Louisville died at Lexington A seat In the Now York Stock Ex change has been sold for 55000 wbleh Is 82500 more than the highest prleo heretofore paid Ono of the worst blizzards of the season Is prevailing In Northwest Texas In the Pan handle The snowfall Is1 ae companied by a fierce wind Twenty army olllcors are under arrest and others are suspected of stcalli thousands of dollars worth of supplies shipped to the army In the Philippine Maj Robert S Archer suporlntc dent of the Tredegar Works at Rlc mend Va which was the mainstay of the Confederate government for heavy ordnance Is dead Ed Hoffman IS who struck Chi Callaban with his flu and killed him at Louisville was hold over to tbtt grand jury Callahan was a large maDI but had once suffered a fracture of skull By fire In the saleroom of the gu boat Petrel at Cavllc Lieu Commander Jesse M Roper was suffocated In tempting to rescue some o his men Twentytwo other ofllccrs and men were prostrated but all are recovering Tho details of Funstona expedition In the capture of Agulnaldo form a thrilling story The nile Americana wero carried for five days and night through a country never before visile by American soldiers They were ob dlent sod subject to the orders of the natives In whom they had placed cent dence So well was It placed that at the proper time when Funsioa threw olT his mask and took command hIlt followers obeyed and tbe volleys which they soot quickly scattered tbo cnem1 and enabled tho Amerloans to captor Agulnaldo tlGd dn vou Ive been hunting for you were the words that greeted ltev w Plncrs care as a hugo pistol wa presented to his face by Jan D War at Hopklnsvlllo 1 am without tbe means to defend myself said the min Ister Then take this said tbo Irate man as ho drew another pistol aDd landed him Bystanders seized Ware tad friends took Piner away This h the second In the story whet began In Waro attempting to kill PI ier while ho was making a pastors call on his wife upon whom ho susplo toned Plncr bad designs Ware was lined 1120 and It U std will be Indicted for afesault with Intent to kill TWICE PROVEN Vindicator Ruthcrfordtun N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the efficacy of Chamber lame Pain Balm twice with the most re marlnble results in each cue First wilt rheumatism in the shoulder from which suOered excruciating pale for 10 days which was relieved with two application of Pain Balm rubbing the part aflllctci sad realizing instant benefit arid entire re lid in a very short time Second In rbeu matism in thigh joint almost prottralini him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing with tin liniment on retiring at night and get up rice from painFur sale by Craig i Mocker DruggistsISaid Assistant General vPaiscngc VgcntC B Ryan of the Chesapeake tad Ohio 1 dont know that the aDd O Is entitled to any of the credit or the capture of Agulnaldo but General Funston at one time was a roommate or our Chief Rate Clerk Vh irauostcln That certainly ought to- let us In on the play lJ troubled with rUwutnitlaai give Chamberlain PalnIJiilm a trial It will not cot you a rent If It does no good One apJ1l1calion will roIcve tho pain It also cures sprains and bruises In onethird the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites quinsey pains tile side and chest glanduU and other railings are 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