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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r II SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i r i JVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 1G19019 A MTnif II t LAND STOCK CRO S ETC John II Anderson bought a few hogs at 4 to- John S Murphy has bought a lot o hogs Bt1 ID to tic W T Beck bought of Luleb Si Co a bunch of shoats ut GIo An unknown disease Is killing lots of ehoep In tho Burgln section J W Flowers bought of Mote Rob inson a pair of 10 hand mules for I1UO Terre iluuios 610000 Matron Stako r q ifor foals of 1001 has closed with 110 en Tho Abbott and Crotccus will meet In a match race tit Brighton Beach Aug Yeitorday was horse show day at Danvlllo and a good many animals were exhibited I ib G S Games of Danville sold a pair of etx year old geldings to Mr Os borne for 1150 Tho Indications aro for tbo largest harvest of winter wbeat tho country has ever known I 100 bushels clean Southern German millet eccd for sale at Moroland H G Govor Hustonvlllo f Foot SALK Sixtytwo calves and yearling Aleo two good young bulls Mark Uardln Stanford a JjA K Hundley bought of D PrewlttI a bunch of i0 pound shoats at 60 Fox ft Logan sold u bunch of farm t mules at 1110 to 8125 Advocate Wo will havo our saddle stallion Marlon Squirrel on exhibition at Crab Orchard Saturday April 10 You should sea him J It ft J1I Bcazlcy John Banning bought of Cy Hughes of Fayotte tho twoyearold chestnut colt by St Savolr dam Orllc by Imp Deceiver for unknown parties for 18 t 000Tbo year 1318 Is known as tbo year without a summer So cloudy wore the skies that year no It Is said that crops refused to ripen and fruit trees bore no fruitM H Thomas sold to John S Robin J 1ion two yearling mule at 8130 Sales of a numborajf lots of huge arc also re ported In the Harrodsburg Democrat 51IDue tho magnificent saddle stallion of D S and O C Carpenter t of Uuttonvlllc took sick at Danville yesterday and was not able to be shown It Is feared hu has pneumonia J Harvey Dunn has bought of A C 1 Dunn his fine combined stallion Hog llsb Hunter at a fancy price and will stand him at his place ut Urodhcad this season He Is an excellent sire DANVILLK COUIt14 Ihero wore sev oral hundred cattle at Danvlllo court yesterday but only a small portion of them sold Thu best steers brought 4 to 4ic and hollers at 3h to 3c A fow butcher cattle went at 3 to 3ic Mules were a little off at ItW to 8110 and plug horses were dull ut any price At Danville yesterday the following thoroughbreds owned by the late Jae- D Gentry were sold Aurlolo by Imp Ordor and out of Ganges 2nd by Hlo doo to Dick Gentry of Doyle at 22 3coril by Imp Scorpion dam same as above to J T Krabry of this place vfor 113 Ganges 2nd dam of the above to D X Irowltt of Boyle for 1100 yearling colt out of the above marc to J U Swono for 10260 THE riDi KOK KHEU MATISMs QUICK KKMKF KBOM 1AIN All who use Chftitubcrtaln Pain Halm fur rheumatism ate delighted with Iho quick relief from pain which It alTorcs When speaking of this Mr N links of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism In my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was rcc uiiuitntled by Monsr Geo F Parsons A 4 druggists of this place to try Cham berlains Pain Halm They recommended HBO hghy that 1 bought a bottle I was soon relieved of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with mo that it is the bent remedy for muscular rheuma tism in the market For sale by Craig Ii VIA Hoc er Druggists In an article sent from Frankfort tot tbo Cincinnati Enquirer this appears with reference to Goobol Kentucky t has lost her ablest man but some fruits of his sacrifice are realized The cor portions aro out of politics They do clare It through their olllolala and the men who were the political Hessians of a tho railroad companies and the com mercial trusts aro looking for now fields of employment Our friend W P Walton formerly of the iNTEUlOtt JOJUHNAL and Loxlng ton Democrat Is n candidate for rail road commissioner Wo aro for him Hole ono of tho best follows In the or fworld and capable o f holding any job lo tackles He would do a great deal hotter as a newspaper man than as u politician but II ho wants to try his hand we him all wo can Cynthlana DemooratI The engine house and electric power Oak Bill mloes In HopkinsI county were destroyed by loss Is heavy t CHURCH MATTERS Tho levy In Marion county has been pollfew Providence church In Mercer Is dead Rev S F Taylor a prominent Pres McrcerlcouotGeorge Q Cannon bead of tho Mormon church died at Monterey Cal at the ago of 75 The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed ers Association will hung up 1250001- at Its meeting In Lexington In Qflto ber The Christian church Is 02 years old In tho United States Us total moor bcrstilp In the country Is 1200000 It Is tho strongest In the central states A church union now exists In New York for the most remarkable purpose on record Its vowed object is to cure tbo victims of tho morphine and other drug habits Probably the largest meeting held so far this year Is the ono now In prog rose at tho First Christian church Del Molncp Iowa In which there has been nearly 750 additions The board of education of the Ken tucky Wctleyan College at Winchester has elected Rev J L Weber of Big Stone Gnu Va president He comes highly recommended Rev Henry Miller of Lewis county Is the oldest preacher In Kentucky He was born Sept 10 1810 He Is a member of the Christian church and U Is said that ho has baptized over 6000 people Rev a O Guerrant who has been lion pastor of the Presbyterian church- at Wllmoru for about 15 years sent h i resignation to tho church a few Sun days ugo and will devote his time In tho future to evangelistic work NEWS NOTES Mrs Carrie Nation was arrested In Kansas City Kao on the charge of blockading the streets The trial of the first cao In the coJi ralsaary scandals ul Manila resulted in sensational disclosures Tbo Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company Is preparing to double tno capacity of a number of Its plants Lt Fred L Wilson of Lexington serving with tho lath Regiment was proIocelThomas Greonwado charged with betraying Eva Jackson a Mt Sterling school teacher has been sentenced to tho penitentiary for one year President Lowry of the Lexington Board of Aldermen has brought suit In the Fayotto circuit court to abolish socral city olllccs and to decrease sal DrIes Tbo hotel and incline railroads elec trio lines Ac of the Lookout Mountain Co at Chattanooga have been sold to C P King of Philadelphia for 200 000A huge mass of snow and rock swept down from the mountain near Adelaide Col burying a work train killing three men and seriously Injuring four othersNo over reigned over an empire so vast as King Jd ward ills majes ty rules over ono continent 100 peninsulas 600 promontories 1000 lakes 2 000 rivers and 10000 Islands Miss Caroline Gordon daughter of Gon John B Gordon will appear at Louisville In song and story of Negro folks from plantation life She Is said to POMCSS a rich contralto voice and to bo very beautiful Marshall Field the richest man In the West the merchant prince of Chicago owner of miles of land and blocks of houses and commander In chief of an army of employes Is the loneliest man In tho great city At 07 bowed with the weight of years and business cares his hair whitened and his step be ginning to falter his wife dead and do serted bv his chlldicn with not one of his kin to be thestall of his fading life ho is ccally an object of pity oven with his millions Git AND OiKicA CINCINNATI Low rates via Queen C Crescent Route April 10th and 20th account Metropoli tan Opera Co Famous artists such as Molba Nordlca Jean and Eduard Do Reakc and Mmo SchnmannUelnk In rcportolro that Includes Die Walkuro Lucia dl Liinmemoor and Cavelleriu Ruatlcana In threo performances Friday and Saturday April 10 dod 20 Ask ticket agents for particulars Tickets on sale from all points as far South as Moreland It has leaked out In Washington that the presidents anxiety to remove U Clay Evans from his position us pension commissioner la duo to an arrangement made by Mark Hanna with tho G A R previous to tho election of McKinley What most people wa issomething mild and gentle when in need of a phys- Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Oil the bill to a dot They are to take and pleasant in effect For lair by Craig Hooker Druggists MRS CECKLIA El PINGHOt SEN BAILEY Who will beat Wnltoia Opera House Friday Evening April 2Cth IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert Weather ford died suddenly at Wlinorasbure Ed Harvey of Adalr was held to the U S court for moonohlnlnir Hugh McCain has been unpointed postmaster at Chllton Casey county R J Meadows has beep appointed postmaster at Strunk Wbltlay county Waynescounty In 600 barrels of oil a day Mlddlcsburo Is to have a street fair April 22 to 27 with all sorts of atltua lions T II Coleman bf Uarrod burl was bitten ba mad dog at Cleartleld Pa where he has a railroad contract Miss Row Bate daughter of JudeIJ E Hays died ai the residence slater Mr S M Stone in Jamestown aged 82- The fiscal court of Rockcastlo fixed tbo levy for this year at 45elfe for roads and the remainder for current expensesThe well on Carpenters Fork In Wayne county was drilled 20 feet deeper Saturday and Is now yielding 600 barrels a day Ode Taylor was crushed to death and Miners Gllbreath and Carroll Injured by tho falling of slate in the Ml Mor gan mine In Whitley Tho Junction City Maccabto drill team woo the 8100 prize at Louisville defeating the team of that city and the other cracks ol the State The body of Wm Chestnut a colored soldier who died In the Philippines 18 months ago was brought to Munches ter Clay county for burial Harry Maglnnls of Cincinnati has boon elected to the managership of the Centre College baseball team to sue coed Reed Embry resigned Centre won the first base ball game of tho season taking It from tho State College at Lexington Friday 20 to 11 riotfinishedMajor Tablor brother of Dr M Tab ler formerly of this place was found dead In hU room in a hotel at Browns villa An overdose of laudanum U sup- Posed to be the cause Hnrrodsburg Democrat The business people of Somerset have combined their resources and decided to employ the celebrated Stur gls Carnival Company to furnish the attractions for a Grand Free Street Fair and Spring Carnival to commence April 20th and continue a whole week Mrs R P Jacobs and Misses Saille Lee und Virginia Young of Danville have tendered the Transylvania Pres bytery 3000 for use in the Kentucky mountains Tho money was left In tbo will of the late Dr W C Young pres dent of Centre College and an amount not exceeding 1j00 Is to be expended each year In missionary und education al work Marlon Kookc tor T M Thompson a large importer of fine millin err at 1053 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late severe weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made rue unlit to attend my work during the day One of my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough no mod for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to Improve at onto laIn now entirely well and ltd very pleased to acknowledgo its merits For sale by Craig 3t Hocker Druggists The tolls are tightening about the conspirators who assassinated GoIGoebel No wonder Youtsey penitentiary sentence so cheerfully lionIIng Taylor and Finloy too will soon come back to their old Kentucky home Cynthlana Democrat HUSTONVILLE Keep your eye on James Fryos ad It will save you money James Dalton has again opened his store In Moreland one of our suburbs Rev W W Bruce of Perryvllle will preach here next Sunday at the Presbyterian church We claim July 24 25 and 20 for our fair dates and as usual we expect to have u tine exhibition The Masonic building formerly oc cupied by the bank Is vacant but It is not likely to rom bin so long Llpp Co are making up for loss time with their roll now and are turn leg out clue to 100 barrels of fine flour per day John B Dlnwlddle and family leave today for Oklahoma John Whlpp Jr and Luclen Young of Liberty were here Saturday SberltTSamuel M Owens Is the first farmer In our section to finish planting corn He got through putting In his iOacre crop Friday Jones Baugbman and E B Powell sold tbelr crop of hemp about 80000 pounds to U A B Marksbury d Son of Lancaster at 510 per 100 pounds W S Drye k VCo aro buying and selling a good horse or so every now and then but they move so mysteriously It Is hard to find out about prices Miss Jessie Cookes many friends are looking forward to her visit hero with much pleasure Misses Lucille Cooper and Virginia Plckett were hero Satur day There la none but complimentary mention of the democratic ticket here and we are ready and anxiously await ing to snow the republicans under In NovemberWe only have the best bank in be State the most efficient and ac coiptnodatlngotllccrs but one of the handsomest banking rooms and fixtures to bo found anywhere In Central Ken lucky Tho weather was so Inclement Satur day the horse show was postponed until next Saturday Only two stallions were lu town R S Scuddcra good saddler and J K Baughmans tine coach horse W G Cowan sold to Wilkinson t Allen 23 feeders averaging 120 pounds at 4c and u premium T L Carpen ter eold to E Peonlo too of Dryden Va an aged Angus bull for 8150 Ho also sold for a fancy price to H F Coleman of Mulberry Tenn two heifers und to Pipes Broa of Casey a bull There Is great demand for Mr Carpenters highly bred cattle The following young people under the chaperonage of Dr Ed Alcorn went to Lexington yesterday to eeo Jefferson Misses KatherIne and Ada Alcorn Mary Carpenter Mattlo and Edna Powell Frances Adams Edna Camnltz Mclllo Hopper Helen Hock er Katherine Baughinan Mr and Mrs J W Lockrldge Messes J H Hock or J A Baugbman C W Adams and W C Greening Our people generally are delighted that Mr J W Lockridge one of our most energetic men has decided not to move from Huatonvllle Miss Martha Boll of Lawrencoburg Is with Mrs J W Lockrldge Mr and Mrs W bL Burruss of Cripple Creek Col are visiting Mrs Jennie Carpenter and other relatives hero F B Twldwell is back from Louisville and Is in very bad health Messrs James Frye Ed Stagg und A Jerry Adams spent u port Lion of lust week fishing In Casey Mr J W Allou continues ill Do not leave honor e on a journey with out a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Itcmedy It Is almost certain to bo needed and cannot be pro cured while you are on board tho ears or steamship It Is pleasant safe and rolls liable For sale by Craig to Honker Druggists Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Disc 1 tvatorsHIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford f i r = a d 1h =UJ A fly brush u fji tijAtLJ backWitJ A man properly shoed always comes back m tl Thats the reason we sell lots of shoes t There are rhbes and in tfI windowIll i ItfiJli hk IT PAYS TO TRADE AT E Ifjl 1Merchantq II Your money back if youre not satisfied 11 MILLER HIRSCH Danville ifit Successors to J L Frobman Co i tfbS ax CARPETS a f 3 It I j ijt tf i fittpIngrains Brussels Moquetts tie r Velvets and Axminsters All car iF t pets cut to fit the floor You can j make it yourself or we can have it fib made at little additional costa iSee Our Samples tJ 3 l7 y tiClQ1O gall CD 1 H J McROBERTS P t 4tti fi i VIpfha p1a ltt ta lrKa pIa ttas via k a a1 r Yf a f Hf rt rSlt tIftft 431 f fLf tIt Ifl O X11 iIiI r BOYLE NIJIIOIs O L GOVEU NICHOLS DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equlpJledfor I OUR REl AJEJAG DEPARTMENT 1 Is well prepared for tho renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol storing Ac Terms reasonable and guaranteed CountyBurialmembers and are the associations undertakers J S Goode is the agent for LincolnICounty 175A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as towork material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during1he 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL- E C WALT- ONDcmocraticF Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep reenIat ire J M F NORTH For CoioUy Judge JASP BAILEY rFor County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Altonifi HARVEY HELM For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN I For Atsctsor M G REYNOLDSFor W L HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON ADVICES from Indiana are to the ef fect that the republicans there are beginning to feel that they have ele phantapn their hands in the persons of t Taylor and Flnley and many of them are outspoken In their cony lotion since the testimony of Gov Bradley that Gor Durbln should honor Gov Beck hams requisition for them Gov Dur bin Is said to be getting restless and to have remarked This thing down In Kentucky is getting bad and we cant afford to stand In front of this crowd much longer Many now recognize that Goy Mount may the devil settle with him for It madea serious mis take In setting the example of harbor log criminals and that ito further coo tlnuaoce will work lasting Injury to the State There are those too who believe that innocent men would court instead of avoid a judicial inquiry Into the charge against them especially since the claim coin no longer be made that the court of appeals stands ready to confirm any decision of Judge Can trill The fact Is these fugitives have log confessed their guilt by flight thcv are now in mortal terror of their fast approaching doom They must fly fur ther If they would escape the wrath to come but which way they fly is hell An avenging God will pursue them with fear and remorse and should they succeed In escaping the officers their days on earth will be filled with anguish and travail But they will not succeed In escaping the long delayed punishment The scaffold timbers are already sawed and seasoned and the rope Is ready to do its work The blackest crime that these fiends Incarnate carried to such diabolical execu tion will be avenged and the law fully vindicated ACCORDING to the statistics publish ed In the Chicago RecordHerald over 10000 murders were committed in the United States last year The figure are appalling even to Kentucklanswbo are accustomed to seeing human blood Bpllledand cry aloud for so stringent an execution of the law against murder as will stay the hand of those who would take the lives of their fellow man In the table given by the Chlcago paper Texas beads tne list with 1021 mur ders New York coming next with 512 California next with 422 Alabama 401 and Tennessee 408 Kentucky be- Ing sixth with 303 The number of hangings that resulted from these murders Is not given but it Is probably the 100 The Monot more than one to sale law fully executed would stay the fearful slaughter for men would heel tate long before they would dip their bands In human blood If they were ful ly convinced that they would pay the forfeit with their own lives THOUGH they are related Col W C P Brccktnrldge who claimed that It was a monstrous outrage to accuse Capt Ripley of being In the conspira cy to murder Goebel Is conspicuous by his absence from the defense while Bill Owens Dory Hallam and John Young Brown are likewise missing The civil libertines have either stopped putting up or these worthies have shut up for the good and eutHclent reason that they have become disgusted with the whole dirty business of trying to keep the necks of the assassination fiends out of the halter TilE Texas Legislature has passed and the governor signed a barratry bill which imposes heavy fine and 1m prisonment on lawyers who foment suits against railroads and persons or who advance money to clients to secure such cases If such a law were enforced hero there would perhaps be hardly a sufficient numberot lawyers out of jail to attend to the regular business In the republican organs are making a great ado over the alleged fact that the now attorney general Knoxglvcs up a 850000 Income to take an 38000 office These papers need not tear their neth er garments In proving his sacrifice The trusts of which he Is an advocatu and was an attorney will see that be loses nothing pecuniarily by the sacri I fleer t vliliAti TfMM A CONTEMlOUAtlY which has not boen carried away with the daring ex ploits of Gen Punsion and his over prompt promotion rises to remark There Is a suspicion upon the horizon already several times larger than a mans band that Funston captured Agutnoldo on plans and specifications furnished by Agulnaldo himself Lay Ing all jokes aside and coming down to every day solid facts It does look a bit suspicious that the Filipino dictator should so easily and so quickly after his alleged capture accept the be neficent assimilation of the govern ment be was so latch In deadly conflict with Unless his remarks have been strongly censored or withheld entirely he has expressed no solicitude for his cause or shown the least concern about his alleged capture We do not wish to distract anything from the achIeve- ment of I unston and his party that really belongs to It but in this era of hero making and hero breaking wo may be excused for expressing a doubt that the alleged capture was as daring as the dime novel report of It or that Its execution entitled Funston to such rapid promotion especially over the men who had borne the beat and burden of tho day THE prosecution in the case of Capt Ripley for complicity In the murder of Gov Goebel rested Saturday after In traducing 47 witnesses Tbo defense made a motion for peremptory dismis sal but It was overruled anti Attorney ONeal stated Ripleys side of tho case In which be admitted the conversations told of by Gov Bradley and Judge Yost but said their memories were tricky What Rlpley did tell them that Taylor said was My God these are terrible times Goebel will be killed I will be killed and there will bo riot and bloodshed Court adjourn ed at the conrluslon of the statement till yesterday when Ripley took the stand In his own behalf Ho declared he did not conspire with anybody to kill Gov Goebel and his memory was faulty about the Bradley conversation He said that Taylor feared some crank night kill Goebel and himself IN our report of his testimony In tho Rlpley case we unintentionally of course did Gov Bradley ao Injustice Ho did not my that Ripley told him prior to the shooting that Taylor said Goebel would not live 24 hour but told him in May four months afterwards that Taylor bad made the reo mark the day before Goebel was shot This makes a great deal of difference as otherwise It places Gov Bradley In the position of having guilty knowledge of what was to occur which no one who knows him could believe CAIT LUCIEN YOUNG sent two jour nalists to prison at Havana because they published an article saying that he had lied Perhaps the charge is too severe but unless the captain has mended his ways mightily his dearest friend could not resent the Imputation that be can stretch a blanket about ts far as the next man IT Is sent out from Lincoln Neb that Mr Bryan will clear over 8100000 the first year of his newspaper venture and that the possession of so much money will make the presidential bee commence to buzz In his ear again It Is doubtful that the bee has ever ceased to buzz but It is not near as doubtful as the first statement NONE of the assassination organs have dared to intimate that Gov Bradley gets a dlvy of that 8100000 and there isnt one of them rash enough even though it is mean enough to don And yet Gov Bradley corroborates those who are designated by them as perjured scoundrels IN order to stimulate the infant dustry and replenish the decreasing population the State of Kansas will give a prize to all parents who hereaf ter have twins or triplet The result of such promise will be watched with interest POLITICAL Popular Abe Renick was renomlnat cd for the Legislature in Clark by u majority of 1400 Ollle M James has announced him gelf a democratic candidate for Con gress from the 1st district W W Huffman a Kentucky exotic In Indiana has been indicted for alter Ing a legislative bill after its passage By a technicality It is more than probable that Caleb Powers will not be tried before July or August of next yearW S Taylor failed to appear to pre- sIde over the debata at Greencastlo Ind as the sentiment was too strong against him The Somerset Republican made a desperate effort to have W Kirk Boone nominated for jailer One of Its reasons for doing so was that Kirk is the only rad of his family Would a republican State conven tion should one be held In view of the testimony of KxGov Bradley and Judge Yost In the Ripley case endorse tho patriotic action of Taylor Ow ensboro Messenger The president and several members of his cabinet will leave on the 29th on a train of Pullman palaces for a tour of the country to Ibe Pacific coast The trip will require six weeks and the traversing of 23 States Republican politicians at Wutblng ton are much wrought up over tho prospect that Taylor will be sent back to Kentucky An effort Is being made to get Gov Nash of Ohio to promise to protect the fugitives The tlmo is past for tender treat ment of the subject William Goebel was foully murdered It was a political assassination There was a widespread conspiracy In high quarters The at tempt to show that tho killing was a passing personal affair for which no body was responsible has become a disgrace to our civilization It has come to this that tho public or private man who does anything to further keep the conspirators out of tho hands of the courts must have the contempt of all honest and decent men Cincinnati Enquirer When the democrats of the 18th Sen atonal district renomlnatcd lion Goo T Farrls without opposition they did the right thing in the right place For tho last four years Senator Farris hal been prominent in legislative affairs Ho Is a fine speaker a man of great ability fears neither man nor devil and In democracy is one of the old blue hens chickens Senator Farris Is one of the best campaigners In the State and his election four years ago and hit renomination without opposition to succeed himself is convincing demon titration of his popularity The Times confidently predicts that Senator Far rls will be returned to the Senate there to resume his position among the true tried and staunch democratic leaders Glasgow Times NEWS NOTES Louisville has n brick trust with a papltal of 500000 A Now York Stock Exchange scat was sold for 35000 the record price Wllbolmlna queen of Rolland Is ex pecting an belr and bas ceased appear ing In public The total assessment of Owoosboro IB 85703300 an Increase of half a million over last year The P M general has leaned an or der permitting letter carriers to year shirt waists in warm weather In the mountains near John Martin shot and fatally woundedI Wesley Turner More trouble Is foar ed Gov Beckham increased the reward for tho murderers of Mrs Jemlnla Hall In Lctcber county from 1300 toI 500 William C Cotlln filed a petition in bankruptcy In New ork bis liabilities being 84150007 and his assets 2fi cash In Tandy of the State College whose subject was The Reign of Law won the oratorical contest at Lexington Friday night The coroners jury at Columbia S C declared In Its verdict that Capt James Griffin was killed by Maj Bernard B Evans of that city Assistant Treasurer S H Edgar of tho L N has been made 2d vice president to fill the vacancy left by the death of Mr A M Quarrier The secretary of the treasury purI chased one million dollars short term II per cent bonds at 11355 the same price be paid for the last bonds pur chaseltIThe Ohio Editorial Association adopted a rate for weekly papers of 71 cents per inch an insertion for the first 1000 circulation and 5 cents for every additional 1000 for yearly contracts Fred Ling was cowhided by Miss Anglo Taylor at Providence for writ Ing an insulting letter to her Her sister and brotherinlaw covered him with pistols during the performances Gen Thomas II Taylor veteran of the Mexican and civil wars for 12 years chief of the Louisville police force and one of the most widely known citizens died ot pneumonia after a few days illness Miss Amanda Simpson 50 and Law rence Worthln ton about 60 after a courtship of 20 years eloped from Rockbouse Letcher county to Cumberland Gap 00 miles both riding on the same horse The remains of Abraham Lincoln whlcb have been resting In a temporary vault at Springfield 111 during the reconstruction of the Lincoln mon ument will be removed to the now monument within a few days Two married daughters of exSecre tary of State John W Headloy and four prominent men have been indicted for adultery at Providence The wom ens husbands secured indisputable evl dence against them and sold out and left the country Mrs Marlah Sumraersaged 20 years died at her homo near Sand Hill a few days ago She went to bed 14 days previous to her death and absolutely refused to be undressed She laid in bed and died with her clothes shoes and bonnet on Glasgow Times Special Judge Shaw of CovIngton dismissed the response of Theodore Hallam to the disbarment proceedings brought against him The Insinuations against Judges Tarvln and Dodge were declared to be without foundation and the plea ot the defendant was held to be impertinent W White made an insulting remark at Fulton Ky and to a young lady was fined 9200 On his way to this depot to leave for his home at Newborn Tenn a mob caught him and after ty- Ing him across a barrel a brother of the Ipsulted girl whipped him till he begged mercy TJCILFrom the Booming Bargain Guns of the I The Louisville StoresGreat Closing Out Sale I High prices have Surrendered and Economical Buyers are Tri umphantly Laying in in Their Household Wants attest Prices Ever Recorded I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOiDomestics Look nt these prices carefully then como as eirly lIS you en these goods will go fast nt these ridiculously low prices 260 pieces uf ant dark patterns lle same goods cost 6 nnd 0 cents In Any other store our apcclnl price during this saleonlv ale Jfoosler cotton full yard wide 4fc Heat Sea Inland and Hoosier cotton full yanl wide at onl 4Jc- Ynrd wide bleach cotton 7c quality po now nt MiMonville Loneda Fruit of the Loom and Hope cotton 6Jc 200 pieces of apron gingham the butt AmoskcR brand nt 6c 200 pieces yard wide percale worth lOc and 12Jc yard for this closing only 6c It is imiKxisibc for us to mention every article In our store hut wo to sell you any grads in our house for nmeytitan s any other merchant can buy them Corsets 10 dozen tnisus coisttn 50c quality cut to 260- SPECZAIOOO miles1 corsets In whltr drab black bue and pluk lung abort and medium wnhted well wortl 60c our special price for Uiii alo2oe All 75c corsets reduced for this sale at In centsAll cortcU go In this sale at 76c Table Linens NAPKINS ANt TOWELS Fine white imported lush Table lInon Inohrfl title In n number of beautiful tloral patterns worth 6Uc per yard our price aio Red and white and blue and white table linen guaranteed fast color well wnith old per yanl at only 26c Napkins At almost half pries Big ro dilation In all kinds of cotton and linen towels Lace Curtains 49c Full 3 ydn long extra rood value for 11 during this grunt sale at 4Uc Albert Winfrey who stole a ride from Marfield to Paducah was shot and perhaps fatally wounded on board- Ing the train at Paducah I An attempt to arrest two ot the bers of the Reynolds Potter band 101 dicted for the murder of Mrs Mlna Hall and her son last fall resulted In a terrific fight at Boonos Fork Lctcber county Thursday in which two mem bers of a posse of detectives were kill ed One or tho olllcere and ono nf the outlaws was wounded An appeal was made for the mIlitia and Gov Beck bam ordered a Louisville and Lexing ton company to bo In readiness but afterward decided not to send them SWEET WILLIAM TIM fine mule jack will make the present season at S7 to Insure a Living Colt Sweet William la ISt hand Ired by SllgaUa 1rlnce ht dam by Stlcallft Itotich and Koady 2d dam by Etlenlla Black Hawk Our put experience an mulo denier war rant ua In saying tlntt no bettor mulo Jaek- will bo offered for public service than this ono as bis colts R WOODS A SONS Stanford The Kino Mulo mil Jennet Ja- ckBlack Cloud Will sake the season of at Ilonnrllall i milt from DanTlllx on the turnplkp at tttolnsursaliving mlq Money duo when roll routes or mare U parted with and a Urn retained on tell until wean money Is paid lie Is a with white points gre fears 151 blukIel tour Krcnr 1st data by IIanIItdby Jlni Iortrr lllack Cloud Is one breeding juke la the tOuotr1n T HUSH The Ono trotting stallion Flowers No 25031 make the waion ot JJOl at niy stable nea Turnvrirllle at SIO to Insure a Living Colt bar hone tB hands hl h bind feet white SlredbyPloridaty2alreorau aTear old1814 Fortuna rear OofdU yearold SW Frenir 2W M Horlda Monarch 211 Fsnnlenwo1e5l0atdslx others better 2W lilt sons have 9rlorm ra Flnl dim Uail Tracy 2K lull abler to Nellie- 2C1I Offl wllkea sire 016210 ierfurorer- aIdsuaoIGtand Second data lady Oaks dam of Nellie L by IIHa Vermont till sire of llanner Ilo y225 and dmsotIsmletta Ire n 251 hit King 27Ji 4slroof4- several other hllrd dam Kate own sister to Faunle dalnof seven In the br Klnkmda St Lawrence Fourth dam Ilrrndi tuoroughbrtd la combined the blow of three the- tsoo5ofliaiubleonlanamely HorMa Volun Jill 1ermcnt- rireedpStLawrence and thor ughhredanti he cirri 50 per cent the blood or llambletonlan 10 or at mutual a ton of his Ytry few hors In bull such a strong breeding AID Individual he Is equally great having plenty ol autiKtaiice and action mwlaa trslutng hll has shown a 212 Kill over a 1mile track Clevelandlllack Jack with while Paint IS handy Sired by Cordez he by Imp Cordovcue lit dam by Imp braD 2d dam loxn Dunn by the Curd Jack This Is said to be one ollbe Lrlliouiu jarka In Kentucky This Jack will make the xaaon of at the amall auin ol to Insure a living colt He will alto make the teuton at my stable near Turnersvlll II U CtIITElt oooooooooooooooooo Miscellaneous 1000 pieces fine white sail colored beading regular Joe quality at fie Lacer and embroideries at lose that half price como and see them Cllt Belts never known before to Bel- lfor less titan 31lc for 1X Wo Intro 160 Bolts to tutee out at lOc We iiave lecnrcll12 gro s ot Fountain Tens which are worth 160 each Fur thia great sale they will go at2c earl buttons the kind you pay 10o for In Any other store wo have only 900 dozen left nt So Celluloid collars worth lOc ccslng out trice 4c 4 v linen collars worth loc closing out Price tic Mens Suspenders 16c quality timing out price Oc Silk finished suspender 25o quality at Inc lions fancy sox 15c quality doting price ony 5c Gray and broNn mixed sox worth lOc closing price Ic Mens umlenhlrlf light weight sold everywhere at lie cloting price out 16c All heavy weight underwear will be closed out reganllee of ctat It will pay you to gut theca goods for future use Sale of Dress Shirts eightdilierent11110 SI 25 all go In this grout sale at 4th dozen negligee shirts regular 60o led 76o quality reduced to Mo 1ena work shirts light and dark oni on at lttc9611o and ISc worth double the money Mene4 ply linen collar regular life quality reducud for tills great sale In 60 Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Kid Gloves nil tux and cqlora worth from f 60 to IS your choice at ODe 160 pain lashes kid gloves worth from f1 to JlJC loclota out at only 10 cents Ijtdles dont miss the greatest kid glove bargain of the 20th country Stylish Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They are also exceedingly hand aJO for TRADE MARK tamped on OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO II ShoesO- ur shoes are butter nnd cheaper than ever before Thin la Tour chance to a flood pair of shoes for nlmoat nothing sampleshoesSiribley Co 1ingreo A Smith and the rcteliratrd Thonini pollen Shoes worth l onlytluc Iehlles400 s pnlr JOO pairs mens fine and coarse shoes worth 12 a pair In this sale USe Ladle mUf and childrens tint priceMenBand tan calf anti all go Nt Me on the dollar I ont mite thli groat shoo U c Great Clothing Sale It take very little money to buy a suit of dotliCB or n pair odd manta nt Tho Louisville Store Owing to the fact that wo want to lose out enables w to greatly mulereellall of mi uoniHtitor Our clothing jnIlstrictly onstom rondo nnd no fiudttl tho that our prircw are low It you would only ooino and MT throve footle you would IM Cdiivinpod that Louisville Stnro is tho rheniot store in Slatifurdf- iOO mice mats and boys rottmi worste l 111111 worth 81 redtidexl t lOc 800 t Alrs buys cheviot worst I and xiMiinoro kneo iwults nuidf ts tell nt fiOo our clntiehtcr price 2kl160 reeds fine suits nmde at S 10 we have dillbrent colors to fulect iroin at 105 75 hOI suite rugtilar 82 quality reduced to 08c- MeuV very fine custom rondo suits nt 80vUr 8750 tutu 807o worth douldo the price wo ask Have you seen tho no r Queen Quality leathers Or Our Now Ideal Patent Kids are someI Look sole vicE 12 The moat beautiful leather for drive shoes for women CTO nhown BrilliantSoft a Easy EaseFIUlhluuahle veryJeatCummins McClary u What Do You Think Q v 1 Of our new way of setting the pace In formerdays we used a knife to cut prices square 1 Now We User A Cannon Setting time price to round wit rte Isle numben One price anti that limo cash price Wo show tin nicest and best nsaortmunt of Furniture Wall Paper Mattings Carpets Picture Frames Etc In Central Kentucky and mnko ono price that soils them to People who art informed W W Withers Stanford R ti 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANKOIID KY AIJIIL 10 1001 QUit prescription work unsurpass ed Try us and be convinced 1eonys t Drug Store N PERSONALS JOHN 3 BAUUIIMAN spent several day in Georgetown Mns A IL SKVEHANCK Is visiting relatives In Cincinnati Mils W O SPEKU Is visiting her parents In Junction City REV A J 1IICB of Hrodhcad was hero between trains yesterday Alit AND MILS KD SIIIOLD of Lex Incton arc with relatives hero Mn W U HAMSBV of Crab Oroh urd passed through to Lexington Sun dayMRS MITcmII TALon of hum side was the guest of her parento In this county Mas KD PIIICB and Mr N H Price of Garrard spent Sunday with Dr A IIIiund son Howard of McKinney left yesterday for Indian Territory prospecting Mil JO AlKKSHON of Corbln has been appointed general foreman of tbo L k N yards at Lebanon Junction Mn AND slits J S WBLLS and daughter Mary Manier spent Friday with Mr anJ Mr J b Owsloy Jr ALKTTKU from T Cole Gulloy of Garrard gives us tho glad Information that ho It rapidly Improving In health TUB Montlcello Record says that Sain C Hardln and Samuel Rankle each have tine new girls at their homes Mrs MATT WOOUSOK who has boon Timing her parents Mr and Mrs O J Crow has ralurnml to her homo al Mlddlosboro Miss SIBIU SAtNDHits and little brother Miller have returned from a protracted visit to frlandtt and relatives I In Loutivlllo Mils J R GJCIMlCBleln Boyla county at tho bedside of her sUtar Mr Julia Miller who I e quite slolc BlUa buthtown News Miss PRAHL ULiuOSIDE left pester day for Lebanon to be a bridesmaid at ti the marriage of Miss Lucia MiAfM to Mr Hugh Murray on tho 17lh Mlt AND MM J E FAIUHB arc very grateful to their neighbors and friends for their valuable assistance In trying to save their home and contents IJY an oversight the names of Mrs J F Iloldom and Miss Derllo James of Crib Orchard wore omitted from tho Lexington party to see Jefferson Miss NANNIE VANDBVBBII wont to Lexington yesterday to bo ono of a box party given by Mrs Harriett Glaicook Hull at the Jeflerron performance last night Mit WHUS ADAMS of tho National Publishing House of Boston U hero foiling tbat company lmapesotno thing new and something youll want If you see them Miss EFKIB HCWMAN has as her guests Misses Llllle Roberts and Annie Evans of Danville and Mleec Annie IJronaugb and Dorllo James of Crab Orchard Lexington Democrat HiuuiNS WOODS of Cincinnati f spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Adella Wood here Wo are glad to state that ho Iii prospering In the Queen r City Dit J W GUEST of Loulsvlllo spent several days with his brother Dasll Guest at Crab Orchard Wo aro glad to know that tho latter gentleman ImprovingDlt FRY of Klrksvllle who r is ono of the graduates sends us a handsomely engraved Invitation to the commencement exorcises of the Cin cinnati College of Dental Surgery Missus MAUDH OAIIMAN of Indian Territory Depp and James of Glas gow Jessie Coulter of Mlddloburg and Kato McKlnnoy of Ml Snloui were guests of Misses Edna and Leo Powell of the West End 4 MIL W G McKlNNBY formerly of Stanford but who has mado Montgom cry Ala his homo for years is a fro quonl contributor to tbo Dally Journal of that city A recent article on A Montgomery Miser Is very Interesting indeed LOCALS ALL kinds of harness repairing J C McClary NOISKLESS shoes for women Some fi thing new Cummins t McGlary NEW and a wellselected line of bedroom suites just received Dcazloy Uoys GAHDUX Seeds Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren fc Shanks x WILL soil all our cheap hay in 10 or 15 days So como quick J II Bough man Co SPRING beauties just in They ar Hanun shoos for both ladles and gen tlemen John P Junes A HANAN shoe will wear und bold its shape longer and give vou more stylo and comfort than any other make John P Jones ONLY 8125 from all points between Junction City und Georgetown fore Queen k Crescent Cincinnati excursion y April 21st The tlrst of the season Tim best on earth is a Hanan shoo John P Jones FRESH homemodo candles of all kinds at J II Meiers Wt have on hand ono Uaworth Corn priceCarson IIAYWill sell hay at 3040 00 65 and CUo per 100 pounds for 10 days J II Oaughman Co YOUR property may burn next See Jesse D Wearen and Insure It before It Is too late lie represents the best companies In tho country Tilt government promul gated a law enforcing the penalty of death for opium smoking Its a pity Stanford cant cnucu similar law for cigarette smoker Miss MiNNIE PULLIAM Of the Shul by City section Is entitled to tho Woo tlo as a chicken raiser She has 250 young chicks und 30 hone setting 1ordcl alAN who was killed In Danville last week used to live In Stanford Ho worked for J B Dennis who ran a carriage shop hero A number of our older citizens remember the dead ofllcer JM PHILLIPS will offer at auction on May 18 eight beautiful building lute cor East Main Street and Logan Aye nue Head u description of them In another column and call on him for a plat of them- PEAIttfn appointing John Pearl to bo magistrate In Laurel county to proveshislug of tbo situation Mr Pearl Is one of the best democrats and truest of men and his appointment will be bailed with delight by his friends LONO HUN Thu Stanford Roller Mills J U Haughman fs Co proprietors bad a long run last week The mill started up at IS oclock Monday morning und made not a single stop until about 7 Saturday evening about 110 hour Theres no wiling how much money the clever proprietors mado during that time NOTHING LIKH ITIa a letter to a gentleman here stating that he could not furnish additional tickets for Jot arson ordered by telegraph Manage- Charles Scott of the Lexington Opera House toys that there was nothing like tho demand for ticket over loon there before Men stood In line waiting for the sale of tickets to commence 28 hours and Mr Scott bad to return over 1200 sent him by outoftown patrons for tickets IN the song recital obogiven by Mr Cccclla Kpptnghouson Bailey at Waltons Opera House April 20 with Mrs Leo F Huffman as accompanist she sings and acts In costume the Mar gbcrctas Jewel Scene from tho Opera Faust according to Goethes German version and fairly entrances her bear ers Lovers of music are looking for ward to the rare treat In store for them und the Opera louse will doubtless be tilled to hear tho charming vocalist IINDICTKU AND TRIAL SOT Reuben Quinn the Negro who shot Policeman Crum to dcath In his dive In Danville was captured at Ludlow apd brought to Dunvlllo ut noon Saturday Ho was Indicted yesterday and his trial set for tomorrow Wednesday Thn trial will likely last onlya few hours as there wcro no witnesses to tbo killing and hour Fridays paper wo expect to tell when the first legal hanging Boyle has had In years will take place The feel- Ing Is very bitter against Quinn and nothing short of hanging will satisfy the outraged people of Danville and surrounding country Quinn boarded a freight soon after leaving Lexington and when discovered by the crew he was invited to continue his ride A tel egram to Ludlow had officers at tho do pot when the train arrived and the Negro was soon In tbo clutches of tho law Marshal G T Helm and Sheriff G W Coulter and their deputies aro entitled to great credit for their work In running down Quinn and the people will not soon forgot their efforts A HEAD END collision of a work train and a through freight occurred near Plnovlllo Friday afternoon Wm Sharp engineer on the work tralnwas Instantly killed W R Frolwell conductor on the same train can not live and Cipt Wilbur on the through freight was slightly Injured Barney Upton engineer on the same train and K L Wilson saved their lives by jumping from their engines The two trains were running about 25 miles an hour when the collision occurred Both on glncs wero completely demolished Sharp jumped from his engine but was caught by a ear of coal Ho leaves a wife and six children Mr Frolwell died Saturday after horrible suffering Ho lived at Rowland fo years and familiarlyeby tho hundreds hero Ho was very popblar with his follow railroaders and was held in esteem by tho company which always kept him In a good job A wife and several children survive Tho remains were brought hero yesterday and In terred in buffalo Cemetery under the auspices of tho Odd Fellows of which larder Mr Fretwell was devoted member HAY corn oats and all kinds of feed cheap for 10 days only J H Bauph man S Co I WILt sell Bronze turkey eggs and Pckln duck eggs at 81 per betting MM J E Farris Stanford Mils SUSAN SPUADLIN sister of Sirs D A Twaddle now of Corbln Is dead She formerly lived In this county a GEORGE L PENNY trustcn of tho jury fund has received tho money duo jurymen at the last term of circuit court aud can now pay all claims HUSTONVILLE FAIR Hustonvlllo claims July 2125 and 20 for her fair and people aro already looking foward to the good time they will have there HOUSE Suov POSTPONEDOn ac count of the bad weather of Saturday the horse show at Uustonvlllo was postponed until next Saturday when good horses will be there by the dozen LOOK Mrs G B Prultt of More land will show a beautiful line of spring and summer millinery on Friday and Saturday next 10 and 20 La dins should by all means see this beau tlful stock Tim INTERIOR JOURNAL h preparing to print pictures and sketches of tho candidates composing tho Invincible democratic ticket which will show that they arc not only a handsome but a well pedigreed sot both as to family and as to democracy THE Boyle CircuitCourtstarted oil right sending four to the penitentiary the first day There may bo three sent to the gallows before tbo present term expires A negro crap shooter caught a tine of 500 und a 21year sentence Let the good work continue TUB damage suit of Claudo Becker against tho L N for being wounded whllo trying to save tho life of llue Mary Vnnartdnle who was killed br n freight while crowing the Knob Lmk bridge has boon reversed by tho court of appeals Peremptory instructions wore given for the company but the higher court decides that the evidences was sufficient to warrant a verdict by by the jury A decision In tho Van AreUalo case has not been reached youngrTennusfco will appear for the second time at tho Female College chapel Stanford Tuesday April 23 at 8 l M All who heard him before aro loud in their praise of Mr Halo as an Imper sonator of marked ability His lecture Is under the management of Prof K L Grubbs of the Malo Academy and tickets aro being sold by Misses Clara Cooper Kato Bastln Llcclo Martin gila May Ncwland and Howard With ors Tnt commencement exorcise of the Stanford Colored Public School at tho Opera louee Friday evening prov ed both enjoyable and entertaining The singing by a chorus of 10 or more was extraordinarily good whllo the solos duets and double quartettes wcro very creditably rendered Tho grad uates Misses Kllzd Emery Mary Cook Mary Emery and Mary Atkins deliv ered their well prepared essays like veterans In the cause and neither or needed notes Prof Stepp sang pretty solo which added to tho good program of the evening Roy Fry of Loulsvlllo presented tho diplomas In well chosen remarks His prayer and talk previous to doing so were both good and wcro well received Prof Isaac Fisher of Danville made a short talk congratulating tbo graduates and their teachers Pcrfcci order was pre served MATRIMONIAL James Adams and Miss Belle Farrir of the Bee Lick section were married last week William Carey a wldwcr of 08 and Miss Lucy Blunt jest 20 were married at UunUvllle Ala The BuprenJo court has decided in favor of Peter Leo Atherton of Louisville In the famous divorce suit against him- Invitations to the marriage of Miss Isabella Bailey to Dr Charles Poplin Uarviollo of St Louis fix the happy event to occur at the residence of Dr and Mrs Steelo Bailey at 10 A M May 1 When Benjamin Netbon went to the homo ofMrs Fanny Johnson In Chris thin county to mnko her his wife ho found that she had lied so ho returned his license to the clerk endorsed No property found Mrs Martha Lewis 81 la deal at Paducah because of the downfall of her son Richard Lcwls who whllo postmaster at Ragland this Statoforg ed money orders for 300 and was sent to the penitentiary Mrs Alice Gladys Brccklnridgo Cos tleman Burns who claimed to bo a daughter of Gon John B Castlcman t of Louisville and who has just boon basibeenrecommended that thq clause In tbo church law providing that the sister of a mans incensed wife Is to be regard cd In the same light as his own sister and hla relation to her ls a bar to mar rlago under tho church laws be ex pURoed THIS AND THAT Hon D J Curry a wealthy citizen of Mercer Is dead Wm McGee shot Robert Bongo In Laurel Particulars unknown The wife of H T Gray assistant cashier of the Bank of Perryvllle Is deadDr Charles Ie Gardner Hunting eodedhl8The receipts of the Danville post lOllMarchA Swlncbroad sold a bunch of stock heifers at Danville yesterday at 823 and bought 80 hogs for May dolls cry at Sic Old Lexington Club distillery In owned by Gordes Bros burned causing a 10000 lou partly covered by Insurance At Birmingham Walter Quadrall peotteoLlarold daughter of Sheriff Prltchard The First Presbyterian church of Richmond Instructed its representative to the Synod to vote against tbo propo sition to consolidate Central University and Centre College or any kindred propositions WOOL WANTED Wo want nil the wool In Lincoln count nnd will the highest price for U Call at J II Yard fi Vnt Stable In Stanford for sucks BOON E k GENTRY 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE The J M Phillips property corner East Main street and Logiin Avenue In Stanford will be divided Into eight lots und told at public auction nol oclock p m SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of tho lots arc COxlOO and IsxlOO and front on Mali street The let on which the liuuso stands is ISXxlOH Tho four lots that fronton Logan Avenue are lAHxtTO und all of them are desirable Plat of iota can lw seen by culling at Mr Phil lips residence- They will bo offered separately and then III acceptedTERMS 6 und is menthes Lien retained J PHILLIPS Stanford Ky English Hunter highIotlMow ngc First dam the WIlliam Lusk saddle mare by navy Crockett ion of Dennys Drennon HighlanderAbdullah le4 U by Messenger Chief situ of Maud Mea tengor 218J English Hunter hiss proven to be the best sire of tine size and high styled saddle hors es In the country t will English Hunter the season of 1901 at Ilrodhond at SIO to Insure a Living Colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or marb parted with L II DUNS Itrodheud SUNDAYRATES Anil Special Trains S25 Round Trip to OaSOT opens Sunday April II Ex Olj cunloos from all points M far south is Somerset fppctal train enter Ursnd Ceutnl Prpot Leave Jutdlon City at 6 X 1rUoulanCincinnati O Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplendtd table Everything firstcloBB Porter moot all trains 89I McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky Mako und keep constantly on hand tho best of Flonr Meal Fhlpstuff Ilrun Chick onKeed Ac Irlecs very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager KING EAGLE King Eagle Is 15 hands and three inches hIgh bay with heavy mane and tall goes all the gulls with plenty of speed styl und action Sired by Koyul King lit dam Eagle third Id dam Red Lion 3rd dam Harris Denmark ho Millers Denmark flit darn Jim Dell thoroughbredNOTE Is a full brother to tho groat Silver king and Mile 0 the great show mare that sold for JlOOO King En glos 2d dam Is tho dam of Minnie lloyd tho great show mare that Matt Cohen won every where with In 1100 and sold fur King will make the present season Sttrnnon price of 10 to Insure A Living Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits In cnranco and money becomes due at tho time of such transaction Will also Htaud the noted mulo jack Hilly Keeno at is to Insure a living tort S T lIAUItUr SiAsrono KY I WriteToTIIEFAYETTE f INVESTMENT OL t OF LEXINGTON KY 1 Anti get n sample certificate issue of their new J A G MORGAN Secy t No3 W Short St W B McROBERTS s DRUGGIST Freshest ofDrugs and Sundries At Lowest PricesiManfashioa Patent Ideal Kid Oxfords For Ladies Mode Bjr HANNAN SONS For tile benefit of Ladies wishing a high class shoe we have added this cele brated make To those Who have never worn then we have only to say THEY ARE THE BEST ON EARTH Once Worn Always worn Dont Fail to see TnBin IIAT P tlW fif 1 r m Every pair of Shoes we sell with our personal guarantee supported by the manufacturers we resent to mention kinds and styles e have all the desirable ones for Women Misses children both Oxfords Sandals and Shoes the Zeigler High Guade Shoes for women and chil dren Gentlemen You miss n Bar ftiIf you f il to look at our shoes U JOHN JONES II IT1tSTANDBE111ND relI rttaktQ1Y You Are Invited 1 To call Monday next County Court Day and see our Large and Well Selected Stock of ALL KINDS OF VOUCH See Our New and Stylish Rigs flgjf We have our own RUBBER TIRE PLANT Write for Prices Farm Implements s Of Every Description Set Up and Started by a competent man Bruce Bright Danville r IHEINTMORJOUR1 rabllshaxudate +n0 SriQa T 1 PER YEAR CASH When not topildasOO will be charged Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford as teond dots matter FOB SALE Two hundred and fifty bales pure timothy hay None better D S CAKPFNTER Hustonville i PR UITTBROS MORELAND KY Furniture And Undertaking TOi WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wojhereby state that the Dls Plow sold by D S Carpenter Is just 05 far superior to the Oliver tit tho Is superior to the cradle W O COWAN J S GOODE S M OWENS A S PRICE I SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffiMOV UcKoberta Drag Store tn the Owale Bnlldlnc NEW LIVERY STABLES BUSKS tSJNPrors JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates8- peclILt Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H WARD CO NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable llrucei Old Stand Depot St Stanford New and atylUU Turnouts Rites reasonable attention to trarellng talesmen Hones boughto1 fold on oammUston Single rents Hay lOc No hitches on public days Oood attention ttten all tock len at our stable Phone e- sADAMS FISTULA CURE p Manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules uQllcteU Fistula Pallevll Swlnney Scratches Saddle Dolls Hard and Soft Enlargements Heel Ac For sale by W R Mcllo- bartsdruggistStantord lit K Humphrey liberty O M Ktngsvllle A Caldwell Dunn Bros Dry antsvllle Ky F R Compton Hedge Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky Cash S Mc Clure Turnerevllle J H Vanhook McKtn ney Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnorBiETOR r I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind Ing and that I wIlt at nil times furnish the best o- fFlour Mol Shipstuff Q Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit u share of your patronage promising to give you thin best Dont me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage lt FRED Pror V4G4 JYJC NI Y UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Pealearln HARNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will t c In DinTllle Mondays Wednesday and Fridays Will le In Staofonl Tucwlsri Thursdays mil Saturdays Otticeln the Pennlngton HullJIng Stanford Ol rice hours to to r OSTEOPATHY Thll Science originated and developed ij Dr A T Still of KlrliTllla Mo Ku l on the principle of Anatomy and 1hytlolojy for Us re colts It requires no faith no drug no rubbing erjnluralparts lu Is adjustment When all erlYldJualod anilnot orerworked istheresuht heallhI of the diseases treated us Pratntlonlfeaduhea Neuralgia CallnhJWeak By Granulated Lids Goitre Llyer nd Lung Ulneucs Constipation hits Gall stone Enlarged 1roitiate ai stom ach and IntwUnal troubles Diseases allJonll and Joints CurTaturenlHilocatlonaHtlaJolnU Paralfsls tncontloeoce ttax- y Diseases a specialty Consultation Free Miss Jennie Payne THE CBAB OBOHABD MILLINER Has just returned tram Indianapolis and Louisville with a complete lino of Spring- and Summer Millinery and the cordi Invitee the ladles of Orab Orchard and vicinity to call and sea her stock crAt- tend her opening of Pattern Hats Wendes day and Thursday April 3rd and 4th Painting Repairing andI am prepared to paint your buggy carriage or wagon InOrstclassstyle Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OltEEIl Stanford Ky ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement o o Write For Prices H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over dt McKinnoys Story Telephone No 43 BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small Fruit AaparagustRhubarb and eerytblnlt for den Prices rIght ns we no ogents but sell direct to the planter General nursery and sptcllLlstrawberry en 11111- c1ltlon to IIILLENMEVEit Phone 270 Lexington Ky Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock f100000 Successor to Tile Farmers Bank A Trait Compan and under same management oualjr for 95 Yean Solioits Your Bank Account lisping such business relations will prove mule ly beneficial and plea DIR CTURS J J tj Uwle Sr JN Menefee A W Carpenter W IL Cummins J E Lynn S II Shanks JF Cash J B Owilcj- OFFICEIW S H Shanks President J UOwsleyCaihlerW Act Cash BEAZLEY fi HAYSU- NDEBTAEERS DEALERS IK Furniture MatUn jisRujjs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your own suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth and varied as cane found in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS And the prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line of samples for New Goods ofmil Kinds Now arriving fIClothing Hats Car pets Mattings Rugs Dry Goods Shoes slip pers Etc JAMES FRYE Hustonille Ky LANCASTER An approaching marriage la now tbo general topic in social circles Mrs Anderson of North Carolina Is visiting per niece Mra Wm Waldo T S Elkin bought of Thomas Stoi somo butchor stuff at 3o also holts from Huffman at Sic Iluntvt Doazloy of Paint Lick bao shipped 100000 pounds of tobacco from that end of the county in two months time The Ladles Aid Society of th Christian church will hold its next weekly meeting on Saturday ovonln at the homo of Mrs H M Ballou- Mrr Olllo Reid of the Fall Lick sea tlon died on Sunday and the tntormenl took place In that neighborhood She leaves a family and was about 40 yenta of ago R G Ward has begun the foundation of tbe new house bo Is to erect for Capl Wra Herndon In exchange for the dwclllnc now occupied by Mr Herndon and family The late rclreshlnc rains have brought out tbo grass wonderfully and It Is again a goodly sight to see the delicately woven silken verdure spread tog over meadow and hill Some of the residents of the Marks bury vicinity are losing their sheep bj raids from the wothloss dogs of that locality Atloso of lead Is the only cure for the sheep eating habit If tbo cold rainy weather continues much longer the farmers will have a backsot with their plowing Though some grangers claim that core planted In May will mature and make floe crops if tbo weather is seasonable The measuring party given FVIdoj night by the boys of the baseball team to compete for tbo championship in the lime Grass Tournament realized about 818 38 The money will be used to buy all necessary baseball appurtenances Somo enterprising citizens aro mak log efforts to have an Improvement in Ibo accommodation trains on tho L L N The principal undertaking will be to keep tbe night trains on and at the same time to secure better day service The Methodist parsonage Is being built on the lot adjoining the church and is considerably under headway the wcatherboardlog being now abqut completed When finished It will be a neat six room cottage with porches and basement Thomas Lawson of the Flat Woods neighborhood died Saturday of tbe In irmltles of ago and was burled Sunday in that vicinity Ho was a man of up rightness and Integrity and the people of that locality will miss such a good pan from their midst Miss Bessie Batson has returned from a visit to the MUses Murphy In Ltn oln Miss Bettto Miller who spent tbe winter with her bother Samuel illller at Knoxvlllcls at home again Mrs J S Robinson U at home otter a visit to her mother Mrs Wallace of Madison The lot leased by H C Jennings ly log In the rear of his premises has been plowed and rolled and gotten Into irstclass condition for the athletic ontests in which the boys of the Gar card Graded School will compete dur log tbe Blue Grass Tournament hero tbo latter part of May The Presbyterians are raising funds to build a parsonage and are quite sue csstul eight members atone giving 1000 A 4000 subscription will be solicited as it Is their desire to build a andsome and commodious dwelling The lot on Water street recently pur based by J C Hempblll has been mentioned at a choice building site John Lackey has taken tho posltlc of night clerk at the Mason Hotel Tho boys of the Garrard Graded School will make an attempt to raise money to buy the lot lying back of the college grounds for base ball and oil or athletic sports On a farm about six miles from thl placo 05 cannon balls have boon plow cd up as well as some loaded bombs They had been unlaced In a ditch dui log tho Civil war The popular jowoler J C Thompson Is again confined to his room iron an attack of erysipelas Mr John An dersone family ore quite unfortunate from sickness Misses Al and Bottlm being victims respectively of the grip and rheumatism The Big Pour Minstrel will give one of their pleasing and highly laughable entertainments the opera house Prl day evening April Songs dances jokes and acrobatic performances and many unique features will bo Included In tho program The amusing farce Tbe Share Doctor will conclude the aro becoming rather numerous In this section and now Paint Lick who Is fast forging to the front for various enterprises has added an other to her list ot mechanical geniuses W N Bcazley of that place has Invented a machine that runs without steam electricity or horse power It Is so arranged that It can be attached to a settbinder wagon buggy or any kind of a vehicle works a lever on each side and two men can move anything that Is movable with It The now air paratus is called a man power machine and Mr Beazloy has sent a model to Washington and applied for a patent The Bowling Alloy has become quite a source of pleasure and diversion to many ot the citizens of this place and at long as It Is used merely as a recrea tion and Innocent pastime there can be no harm but only advantage attached to this form of exercise Even Gov Bradley occasionally lays aside grave matters of statesmanship and enters heartily Into a game of ten pint Ills handling the balls with both bands and stooping to a salaamlo posture to give force to tho roll creates a good deal of amusement and goodnatured raillery Other citizens a preacher among tho number call In at the Alloy and give a good stretch and swing to their limbs sod muscles Along this line F B dyer the noted London preacher eta ted while on his Louisville visit that i t Is only by becoming too fond or enslaved by any pleasure or pastime and placing too great stress on material achievement that one commits great wrong or sin To me all things aro tee but all things are not expedient walt the Scriptural authority given As jog as one Is tree and not In bondage to an Innocent pleasure or habit such odulgcncc Is no sin A lame shoulder is usually caused by loumatlsni of the muscles and way bo urcd by a few applcatlons of Chamber lalns Pain Balm For ale by Craig h locker Druggists Evan Blcdsnw a Tennessee mountain sudst was killed from ambush near I nccdvlllu CURED1- Ith OATAltltll CAN local application u thy ran not reach the eat olthediase li a blood or coottltu tlonal UUraw and lu order to cure It you mutt take Internal rtruallea halls Catarrh Cure laken internally and arts directly on the blood nd mucous surface llalla Catarrh Cure la not a lack niMlldne It wa pfttcrtlied br ont ot belt pbylclanln thla toryean and la a rflul It It competed ol the tat nlca known combined with the best blood purl on the urtacn The erfecteonbtaarlanofthetwoingredient la what oduce such woxdtrful results In Catarrh fSnd fur tcatlmunlala tree P J CHIN iv 1rur Toledo O Sold l rtre 78c Rafts Fatuity1111a are the List NABOTH OOGStandard Rule 6 Record SMOVj Sired by Walxlngham 2108 sire of Latitude 2I7 and many others In the list WaUlngham Nabotli sire Is a son of George Wilkes 510 First dam Tinsel by Messenger Duror son of Ilambletonlan and sire of Elalno 330 the dam of Norlalne yearling record 2315 Second dam IleiM sister to Jamo Howoll Jr by Hamblotonlan 10 slroof Dexter 217jy Third dam Jostle Sayro by Harry Clay 45 afro of St Julian 2ll4 Ilodlne 2JOH and 15 others that have produced 230 trottors also afro of tho dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse NOTE Naboth Is a bay 16 hands high foaled Juno S3 1343 Ills pe llzree contains the blood of Ilambletonlan George Wllkw Mnmbrlno Wllkos Pilot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand at f 15 to Insure a Living Polt gr HAPSBURG 509Ray stallion 101 hands high Bv Gloster 26 Imported 1st ilamJolly by Wonderful DOT S3I 2nd dam by Preserves S22 First dam Trlnketl Imp i by Cotnty King 110 2nd dam by Champion of England 3rd dam by IInrnaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 139 NOTE From the above pedigree you can see that Hapsburg U a urn bred Cleveland Day English Coach Horso a beautiful ranhrigany bay with black points Is 1G1 hands weighs 273 pounds drive well gentle and kind with floe style and high action Can show a mllo letter than 3 minutes and any ono wishing a high bred coach hone to breed on Standard hired mares for getting style speed and action should see title horse Will Stand At 9IO To Insure n Ulvlnp Colt Will also stand the 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