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J I 1St I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 23 1901 9AM NO 17 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Tho Paris News reports eovoral sake of hose nt 3i Col Underwood sold two tows and pies at 120 and 25 s VK Good fresh milk cow for solo W Shanks Stanford T B Robinson bought of Sweeney Morgan 60 shouts at 60 U Simon Wclhl bought 185 slop caUlo in Bourbon at 435 to 4o G A Swine broad of Lancaster 50I6c J M and Craig Gooch sold to W II Traylor bushels of wheat at 7bc- J M Roberts sold In the last tow days 76 yearlings and two yoar olde at 3i to W H Traylor bought of W P Grimes 250 barrels of corn at I25at the crib John Steak Carpenter refused 1400 for his handsome black gelding Lox dayiCo sold seven horses at the Danvlllo combination sale at 1111 and bought 10 nt176 to elOO J Slier of Lancaster wants a good farm hand with small family and has a red Polled bull calf for sale T The orange treo Is very fruitful a single tree will produce 20000 oranges tit fur use A good lemon Iron will produco 8000 lemons J McKinney of Union Clly has purchased of W F Powers his saddle siailton Walking Denmark 2G1Ilro 2nd Jewell dam Damsel price 1275 Joe Jordon of Atlanta bought of r Deizley Bro a sorrel gelding for 8105 a saddle home of J W Baughman for 165 and a pony of W S Embry for 1M Only two stallions were at Lancaster yesterday Pcavlno owned by Wm Lear and Esgle Bird In the hands of John 8 Baugbroan The weather Was too bad to show them That undisputed authority on matters pcrulning to fruit Mr U F Hilton s rarer says that peaches and apples aro safo to date and that bo thinks tbo prospects good for a fine fruit year Charles F Price formerly of Louis vllle has been appointed general man ager of tho three tracks OtkUmlTun foran and Inglcaldo Ho will have charge of the butlneM atlalrs as Mull as tbo racingL- AXCASTKH Conrr There were 150 cattle at Lancaster yesterday but buy era were few and not many of them were sold A tow steers went at Ho and hollers at 31 lode Cows and calve brought 30 to t35 and springers 25 to 130 Tho horse and mule market wal- L dullTwomammoth steers attracted more attention than any cattle seen on the streets hero In years TrIo two weigh cd 3810poundeono 1000 and the oth er 1010 They were tailed by B Button of the Lucas country who sold them to Harry Lazarus at Co a pound or 102 for tho pair Glasgow Times TWENTYSEVENTH DERBY t Louisville Mooting Begins Monday April 29th Not since Arlstldes won the Ken tueky Derby back in 76 has a grcatur tinterest been manifested In tbo out this classic event than is now being taken In tbo result of tho 27lh Derby to bo decided April 29th at Churchill Downs With a promised field of nearly a dozen colts the cream of tho Western turf it will auspicious ly mark the opening of the 12 days racing with a stake each day In which tho very best horses will participate Tho demand lor stable room has been unprecedented There will bo over 000 horses at Churchill Downs when the meeting begins There will bo flvo or moro races each day Including a stake and there will bo liberal addi dons to tho purses Tho railroads put on special rates and aha faro from hero will bo ono fate on Derby Day April 2Jth Clark Day May Otb and I the Oaks May llltusnd lrw- lllsbofaro and n third Tho Derby run the day April 20th followed by tbo Debutante Stakes tbo Turf Congress Handicap Bluegrass Stakes Clark Stakes Wenonah Stakes Frank Fehr Stakes Juvenile and the Kentucky Oaks in the order named These constitute the biggest stakes of the Western turf and on Friday May lOb tho Gentlemen Cup race which has become such a feature will bo de cided jMarion Kooko manager for T M Thompson a large importer of One ndllin err at IDAS Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says Durlnfc the late severe weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made mo unlit to attend my work during tho day One of my milliners was Inking Chamberlains 6ough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly tbat I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to im prove at once I am now entirely well and feel very pleased to acknowledge lie merits For sale by Craig Hockor Druggists SOUTHBUN DAlTIST CONVENTIONi NEW ORPHANS Low rated ono far the round trip to New Orleans and ro turn is announced by the Queen Crescent Route for May 7 8 and 0 oc count Baptist convention as above t Tickets will bo on sale ono faro for tho t round trip Finest trains in South aro at tho service of Queen Crescent trees Ask ticket agents for partlcu lars IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Madison court sent six men to the penitentiary Boyles assessment on lands was float ly fixed at 3 per cent Increase E L Muban of Mahun Bro gen oral merchants at Wllllarasburg U deadDaniel Barton for killing Will Clint McElroy in Marlon county was hold without ball Mrs Minnie Spears committed sul aide at Jackson after a quarrel with her husband A tolllco has been established at Uopwood Laurel county with Jame 0 Katie postmaster- A Corbin dispatch says that moro that 60 families wero forced to leave their homes by high water Tho little daughter recently born to Mr and kits Sam C Hardln of Moo llcello died a few days ago Mrs V P Johnson of the Dugans vlllo section of Mercer is dead of a complication of diseases aged 55 The election at Burnsldo on the question of issuing bonds to build a bridge over South Fork stood 112 for and none against Conductor J U Kcsholmer has been allowed tbo reward of offered by Gov Beckham for the capture of Itou ben Quinn tlo Is a freight conductor on thu Cincinnati Southern and will divide with his train crow woo assist ed in the capture Columbia Ij elated over the prospects of having a railroad A plan Is on foot to build a road from Port Royal S 0 to Louisville the line to pats through East Tennessee and enter Kentucky Irora Pickett county Ton neue touch lOll the towns of Albany Jamestown Columbia Grccnsburg Hodgensvlllo Kllzabclblown and Into Louisville Obituary The death of Hugh Martin son of it S Martin of Hrodhead has cat a gloom over ibalenllro community A young man In whom there wa ovary prospect of an honorable upright bull ness life has been suddenly brought to an end Ono In whom his father now somewhat worn with an active bust ncs life was beginning to place the responsibility of a business that had been ibo outcome of a small beginning but bad grown to ono of considerable magnitude Hugh was a good boy such was the expression of all who know him and for a father whoso hopo Is suddenly blighted the deepest sym patby Is felt While the kind expres lone ot sympathy of our friends help us boar tbo sore trials of life yet they fall to heal the wounds made by deep sorrowBut the sympathy of Him who can bo touched with a foaling of our Infirm- Ity and who himself boro our sorrows can heal and give that comfort without which our hearts would break And so wo are enabled to say Ho docth all things well All that remains of Hugh Martin wa burled In the family burying ground Thursday afternoon April 18 whore many sorrowing relatives and friends including a delegation of the ordor of Red Men of Junction Clly stood around tho grave thus showing their lovo and esteem for ono who was a model young man May bis virtues bo emulated and his good deeds kept In memoryJ Me A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENG LAND 1Iconsider Chamberlains Cough Rem edy the kit in the world for bronchitis says Mr William Savory of Varrington England ll tae saved my wifes life silo having Wen a a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time couflned to her bed She Is now quite well It la a great pleasure to the matt ufa Inters of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy to be ablo to publish testimonials o of this character They show that great good is being done pain and suffering r lieveil and valuable lives restored to health and happiness by this remedy It is for sale by Craig it Rocker Drug gists Tbo governor of Indiana may pro tent W S Taylor of Kentucky from the operation of the law but it would scarcely bo wise to exploit him on tho platform at the State convention of th republican party Tbero is still a nauseated condition of tho public stom ach on account of tho honors conferred upon Taylor at the National conven Lion In Philadelphia last yearCie cinnati Enquirer rTbo editor and his wlfo disagree with each other very materially Sh sets things to right and ho things to set Sho roads what other- e S wrlto and ho writes what others read Sho keep tho devil out of tho house C s much a possible and ho retains him and could not go to press with without him Ho knows moro things than bo wrltcand she write more than sbo koowlEx a IDOlton women now affect divided skirts and rldo astride KINGSVILLE Miss Annie MuKeeAaehool closed Friday with appropriate exercises Her school was a very successful one whom Twas Jell Faulconberry to Daniel Hester sold his farm near hero for 5000 Instead of Mr Grant as stated in our last Miss Virginia Johnson Is suffering from pink eju Phil Sutlerfield of Horrodaburg Wlj the guest of friends here a few days since Alonzo Itlgncy wno has been employed in Stanford for too last few week lout homo again Mrs Mary Flint at home from Danville Mary Sew rduf II xsltcasile com rallied suicide lust Wednesday at the homo of Milford Smltb by taking 12 grains of raorpnlnu She was burled at the Goocb graveyard Friday Notwithstanding iho two millinery shop with the latest and prettiest styles Imaginable nod two pretty ae compllshcd trimmers the millinery business Is dull prooably owing to the continued cool weather A wreck occurred at South Fork Trestle Friday which delayed the trains several hours Operator J E Crolgbton was called though the dam ago caused was not very great and It was not necessary to Institute a telegraph ofllce- Meredith Francis pretty now rest dance is still prettier since It baa been tastefully palmed J W Thompson dug store Is receiving a coat of paint Postmaster J L Johnson is improving LIJobollonprovement about their home Miss Clara Dunn Ik visiting relatives at Wllltamstorrn Mrs Carrie Shah ton of Rowland who has been tbo guest of her mother Mrs Elizabeth Pearls and Sister Mrs John McKee has returned homo S C Carter of Frankfort is expected homo to visit bis grandmother Mrs Pearle Opera tor J E Crctghlon has been holding the night ofileb at Moreland the past week MATRIMONIAL The Duke and Duchess of Marlbo rough have separated The duchess was a Vanderbilt Thomas Poicel of Warren has six living divorced wives and is living with bill seventh Altogether ho has 22 children Robert Blakcly aged 71 and Miss Louisa Smltb aged 02 were married at Eufala Ala They tad been sweethearts for 40 years J R Wells of Qarrodsburg and Miss Matilo Remington of Cvniblana wore married last week and It was a beautiful wedding according to the Democrat Tho engagement of Miss Clara Hal deroan daughier of Mr and Mrs W B Ualdcman of Louisville to J G Darden la announced Tbo wedding will occur In Juno liar John W Loving the brilliant pastor of the Bapilsl church of this place and Miss Hester Dickinson the accomplished daughter of Mrs M B Dickinson wore united In marrlaro at tho homo of tho brides mother Wed nc day Tbo ceremony was performed by Rev W a Ellis of Nashvlllo a brotherinlaw the bride Glasgow Times Mr Dickinson Is a Methodist t CHURCH MATTERS Rev A S Moffelt Is conducting a protracted meeting at Rev I S Mc- Elroy church In Lexington Run Dr Muller of Louisville wasI installed pastor of the First Presbyte rlan church Lexington Sunday to sue teed Dr Bartlett The camp mceting at Preaohorsvlllo will be opened July 2 Tbo Revs U O Morrison and H D Cockrlll of Louisville will attend Evangelist Cntes who is holding a revival at the Franklin Street Baptist thurch Louisville had USO additions at his three previous meetings ASlemblvftortulncd free at West Point Mis canagot at c n railroads give a faro and a third RotJ ov HONOU tTho following the roll of honor of the Stanford Malo Academy for the month ending April lOih Grade Joseph Murphy 00 James G Carpenter and Charies Wright 03 Grado 2Thomas E Spoonnmore 93 ReRoot U5G Grimes frey M Duncan and John N Monofco 02 H Clay Rupley 00 Grado 3 Rlbhard M Williams 07 Cecil T Williams and Hubert C Car nectar 05 G Edward Cooper 04 Geo G G Menefcc03 Adam DL Pence 89 Grade A Robert L Porter 00 Ella May Newland 05 noro8MBY Newland Robert Porter George and Tom Spoonamoro and Charles Wright wero perfect In deportment E L Gnuuus Prln MRS E L GRUIUIS Aeet What mbst 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 take end pleasant in oflcct For tale by Craig Hockor Druggists LANCASTER W B Mason la Improving bis lately IIpropcltywho went a short time ago to Indiana to live have returned to this place The midwinter weather of the last few days bBS made the people of this locality bellevo that the seasons are lowing backward Elder A R Moore preached an able and highly beneficial discourse Sunday morning at the Chrlsilun church on An Enduring Foundation The Social and Industrial Clrclo has- aoappnntweuttoboldits next meet ing un Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mir Elizabeth Brown on Danville Avenue Mlas Leila Ward the 11 year old daughter of Wm Ward who was thought to be dying on last Tuesday Is bo much hatter that her friends hope flee her able lo rldo out again Miss Earl Chenouli of Richmond he guest of Mrs J W Elmore Mil Sue whltloy Murphy of Lincoln has been visiting Mis Bessie Baison Miss Allen Alexander of Burksvlllc le the gueslof Mrs Ed Allen A Loulsvlllo capitalist proposes to citybyopportunItiesencouragement It Is posalblo to extend Mr and Sirs George Wright who left here Ices than a month ago to 10I cute in Indiana bavo returned to this place regarding this Commonwealth as the best of the whole United States They contemplate a removal to Stan fordMiss Buttlo Doores and brother Jas Doorcs who bavo been very ill during the winter from the effect of the grin are both again quite sick John L Doty son of Alex Doty Is reported ill of chills and fever Miss Jennie Dun can after a severe Illness is convales clogS 3 Anderson Is preparing ground and setting out several acres of straw berry plants for the purpose of market Ing the fruit on an extensive scale This la tbo second moan to undertake strawberry cultivation wlibln the last weekThe liberal offer of A H Bastln toI give too proceeds of Saturdays tele pbone exchange to the Methodist parIsonage fund will result in a about 20 Many such beneficent con tributions would soon fill the church coffers Sites Florence Harris who left over aImonth ago for a protracted vlsll to relatives in El Dorado Arkansas returned home Thursday night because of the prevalence of smallpox In that section Twenty cases wore reported In the Immediate locality oho was via fling Miss Isabella Walker daughter of A K Walker who hu spent several months In Louisville taking course as nurse at one of tho hospitals will return In a short time and complete the training She has tilled a placo at the hospital with which Dr Wood Oglivle Is connected Mr Joseph FrancI and family who bavo been living In Stanford for about- a year wore to move to their Garrard farm recently purchased of W B Jar ViII or today Mr and Mrs JurvU will visit among relatives for a1 few weeks and then think of locating In LouisvilleA of sportsmen have recently tried their luck with hook and line In Olx and Kentucky rivers Messrs R U Bauon Friable Claude Wherrltt J E Stormes and others have Indulged in the pleasure and some rather fair specimen of the finny tribe caughtPaint has tho spirit bf enter prise In that its clllzen soon carry Into effect any public Improvement The contract for tbo new bank has already been let to Rico Turpin of Rich mond and a largo enough forco of workmen will bo put on at once to soon bring the building to completion Traders James McCurlov and Sween ey Morgan shipped a car load of hogs to the city market Wm Royston bought a family horse of Rice of Paint Lick for eOl Robert C Hamilton of tbo Battle vicinity bought the Ball farm West of this place for 2200 He will move to his new property at once The local lodge of I 0 O F will cel ebrate the S2d anniversary of the order by appropriate exorcise and a banquet to be given In this city on FrldayAprll 20 Elder A R Moore Rev L Rob Inson and others will deliver addresses at the Christian church after which the organization will repair to the Ho tel Garrard whore T B Long will furnish an elaborate menu Tho rain and bad weather generally are Interfering with corn planting and other work of the farmer Hemp sow lag le about completed and iho pros pecte are for Garrard to still draw con siderable revenue from this Industry Mr Joel T Walker and son William base put Into cultivation their One piece of bottom land on tho North side of Dlx river and no doubt will make a goodly sum from this field of hemp Tbo Big Four Minstrels advertised for Friday night showed up In best ap pearance notwithstanding the very clement evening Considering the weather the door receipts wero fairly good amounting to 27 60 As the show was composed entirely of homo talent with the exception of the mando lin player Dan Junes of London the whole performance was pronounced very creditable for a tot of amateurs Tbo acrobats Willie Fox Logan Horn er Tlnslev and Walter Hudson the Buck and Wing Dancer Herbert Kin nalrd and the end men Will West and Lewis Herndon were said to very favorably with urofceslonal Severe weather is past From now on wo will bavo balmy weather Tbo fruit crop will bo the largest in years Maj Horsey weather forecaster at LouisvilleThe seems to have shot oil too soon The present spell looks like it has come to stay 1 M J I Look Here tIijIE f i J fJJWJ believe we have the best line in tins sectionnot only in Jl1 hut Furnishings Hats Shoes and all that is worn 1Clothing boys J t MIIt3 i3J i THE GLOBE m J Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing ItJJ l Your money back If joure not fltIs edrmiLLER HIRSCH 1p 11Succee80r to J L Frohman DanvIlleJ M = i = W 9IIII1 a a CARPETS m j thll ti Carpets sold by sample Ingrains Brussels Moquetts ti ar- ss r Velvets and Axminsters All carpets i cut to fit the floor You can G make it yourself or we can have ite 1 made at little additional cost r 49ftu r txr0ur terms are CASH g t 4 fr H J McROBERTS ti i irt 4 ct k Rp It tr o IIytir iji i Qiif jjj i BOYLE NI3IIQLS O L GOYER NICHOLS COVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have Just received a equippedroro UB REPAIRIAC DEPABJMENJ Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurialmembers and are the associations undertakers J S Goode is the agent for Lincoln County Phone 175 A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFOBD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 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 ss n Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you willmake no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford A I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Slate Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep resrntaftre M F NORTH For County Judge tJAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For t3herip M 8 BAUGHMAN For Auetfor M Q REYNOLDSFor W I HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON TilE prompt action of tho Boyle circuit court In trying the Negro Quinn for the murder of Policeman Crun will have a salutary effect upon tho mob spirit of the day With their well earned reputation aa law abldln- u people tho citizens of Danville tboug greatly aroused by tho heinous crime restrained their Impulso to take tho law Into their own bands and avong tho ghastly murder under tho belie the court would mete out prompt lnd condign punishment and they have no cause for a feeling of misplaced confidence They are to bo congratulate r for their restraint under very exaeper atlng circumstances aa well aa tho court for not disappointing them We had a similar exhibition of punIshment fast upon tho commission of 5following in ths county when a Negn without provocation murdered a whit boy at Crab Orchard a year or two ago Our people were hardly as self reatraln ed aa those of Danville for they would have lynched the Negro but for the ac tlon of a few determined men includ ing Judge Saufley who promised tbi frenzied mob that there should be a speedy trial and punishment If the facts developed justified It The promise I was keptthe Negro was hanged In less than two months from the time hL committed the murder and the majesty of the law maintained If punishment would follow always as fast tbe com mission of crimes as In these cases there would be no excuse for and little resort to mob violence The laws de lay the resort to all sorts of technical Hies and quibbles by criminal lawyers and the frequent failures of justice combine to encourage and foster the mob spirit and are responsible for nine tenths of the lynzhlngs Let other courts follow the examples noted and Kentucky will soon lose her reputation for murder and the other spirit of lawlessness that It engenders DEBOE says that Cochran has bent practically agreed upon for U S judge of the Eastern Kentucky district Sc much the worse for Deboe who will not now have the ghost of a show for a reelection to tho Senate eveq it per adventure a republican should get there Gov Bradleys turn down be cause bo told the truth and shamed Taylor and the republican party forces him to the front of Kentucky republl can leadership and ho will be In the saddle and loved and revered by his party when the miserable misfit of a Senator has returned to the vile earth from which ho sprung and become a feast for worms with none so poor as to do hIs memory honor A COLD hearted judge at New York with no blood In his veins threatened to fine for contempt of court a husband and wife who had been estranged for falling on each others necks and kiss tog when they made up their differenc es They promised not to offend again and were let oft with a reprimand Such a creature as that judge Is fit only for treason and spoils and his con stituents oughnt to trust him again Join TEMPLE GRAVES of Atlanta recently said in n speech against the manner in which great wealth is a cumulated that if Adam bad begun mak ing 8100 a day theday bo was created and had lived till now making the same amount every day ho would not bo as rich as John D Rockefeller The comparison Is startling yet it seems capable of demonstration TilE man who la foolish enough to handicap his borse by naming him W J Deboe deserves to have him distanc ed as one of that name was in Chicago Friday The only original and blown in the bottle Bill Deboe will have It done to him In a similar manner by Gov McCreary next January THE man with the cancerous beef stake face Theodore Hallara has purged himself of contempt and the disbarment proceedings against him In Judge Tarvine court have been dis missed the more the pity The pro fession would be Improved If Hallam were disbarred for life trf TilE grand old man of tho Courier Journal Mr Walter N Haldcmanw celebrate hIs 80tb birthday April 27th when it Is said his employes who bold him In highest esteem will give him a testimonial of their affection and regard Mr Haldeman has been connected with the dally press since ISH and has done more to Improve and elevate the business of newspaper Ipaklng than any other man Ho has made barrels of money and given much of It away No charitable object Ilasees him by and those who seek donation knowing hIs kindliness of heart and open purse often impend on him Though ho has been the object of a great deal of abuse and vllllQcatlon bv men who can not appreclato his loll ness of character ho has pursued the even tenor of his way keeping quare in the middle of the road and with a conscience void of ofTenso towards God and towards menA glimpse of bls kindly nature la shown In the little story told recently by the roaster chlnlst of his battery of linotypes The Dispatch had several of these machine which ore exceedingly easy to get out of fix In their extremity the mangers would sdnd to Mr Haldeman lor help and notwithstanding the sale mission of the Dispatch seemed to be to abuse Mr Haldeman and all his family he would send his trusted m- ichlnlet to the rescue saying Goon straighten them ont A man with his machinery out of fix Is like a tick mat and no sick man should appeal In vain We are glad to learn that Mr Ualdi man Is still in possession of all hie faculties and bids fair to live yet a longtime upon the earth that has been tbe better for his sojourn upon It AU honor hero and glory hereafter for the grand old man WE were convinced that a verdict of acquittal was sure In the case of Capt Uplev for complicity in the murder 01 lOebel He may or may not have had guilty knowledge of the consplracybu It was very evident from the evidenci hat he was not In the plan to hold onto the offices that did not belong to the republicans if every democrat who opposed It bad to be slaughtered But what will the usEasilnutlon organs say poor things now that a jury composed entirely of democrats has ac ulltcd an alleged conspirator Tbeli ammunition has been taken from thom and there Is now as heretofore no help In them The verdict shows that dom crane juries give an accused the ben eBt of every reasonable doubt and con vlct only those who the testimony and the circumstances combine to sbowarc guilty TILE Courier Journals Washlngto orrespondent wires that the rcpubll cans are said to be opposed to the op ointment of Steve Sharp for U S mrsbal but it la said to be almostcer taln that ho will be seleoted as a com llmcnt to former Senator Lindsay wbi has been pushing his claims Isnt that enough to make democrats further eaplee the arch traitor who mlsrep esented his constituents In the Sen ate And each a creature as Sharp too who not only made himself Infamous during the Taylor rebellion but glo lei in It No wonder decent republl cans arc kicking It is their day tc kick when such a man la preferred over them A PAPER published in an education al centre In the oouthern part of the State heads an obituary In Memmo rlum Tho use of Latin where Eng Ush can better express the meaning aod be better understood la a very fooll8h practice greatly indulged in by lehorse lawyers and editors of the- eame calibre It Is bad enough when they get It right but when such breaks as the one noted above are made the ridiculousness of the custom is doubly apparent PHILADELPHIA decided In 1871 to- build a 35000000 city hall and though It Is not yet finished has spent 823000 000 on it The only case we ever heard of in which a public building cost lest- than tbo appropriation was the capitol of Georgia A million dollars was appropriated and when It was completed the commissioners bad a small amount to return to tho treasury THE Danville News in a spirit of praiseworthy enterprise issued a neat extra containing a report of the Quinn trial and its gratifying result fittingly ustrated with pictures of the victim the judge jury and prosecuting attorney together with other fresh news Editor Lilian seems to have jumped rIght to the top In the journalistic am bltlon to keep ahead of the procession SPEAKING of the fact a baby waa left on the doorstep of Editor John A Bell of the Georgetown Times Editor J M Allen of the Cyntblanu emocrat Bays he hopes that the prac tlce of leaving babies on editors door IIteps will not become general It would be rather embarrassing especially one were left on Bachelor enWHES two Vancouver Wash bank llclala were discovered In their steal Inl8 they promptly committed suicide gether an example that it would be- well for such rascals everywhere to follow if they wont kill themselves before the thefts GAIT RIPLEY has decided to go to Honduras Taylor had better go with- him If bib would keep his worthless neck out of chancery POLITICAL J R Justice has been appointed postmaster at China nell county and J L Thompson at VI via Laurel couo tyAttorney General Taylor of Indlona says that Durbln will not honor Gov Beckhams requisition for Pugltlve TaylorTho grand jury at Owensboro Indicted Commonwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe charging that bo accepted moo ey for dismissing gambling cases In his speech In the Ripley case At tbrnoy ONeal paid Judge Cantrlll a high compliment and said the Commonwealth had done nothing that was not fair and legitimate Dr Johnson defined patriotism ag IITlie last refuge of a scoundrel lhe only mistake in the definition lies In the use ofl he word last It lhouhl beIIflrst =Bryans Commoner Republican candidates for city and county offices decided at Louisville tbt a convebtlon made up of delegat elected lnward primaries should naMO the party nominees The convention wllljbo hold Juno 4 Tho chancellor of the exchequer stated to the British House of Commons that the Boer war had brought the country to the verge of ruin He said thejconfllct bad cost 16100000 which was double the cost of the Crimean war- Auditor Coulter in a letter to Attorney General Brccklnridgo recommends suIt against the bondsmen of Elder Sweeney who acted aa auditor under the Taylor regime to recover I3C 10080 illegallvpald out to support tbe Taylor militia If Debus sees to it that Bradley Isnt made judge Bradley will sue to it tbot Deboe isnt again made a misfit Senator And yet the republican pope ontlnuo to harp on the Internal trot ilea of the democraticilparty in Knt uckyLouisville Times Taylor says the Rlpley verdict la not a surprise to him The Rlpley trial ho saidIIOS part of a plan to deceive the public into believing that a fair trIal could be secured In Kentucky ond a scheme to introduce Gov Bradley tatement and have Ripley corroborate It Mr Bryan says In his Commoner Many people smile when Mark Hann Is suggested aa the possible republican nominee in 1004 but there la no real occasion for these smiles The fact Is that Mark Hanna Is the best poIIlble epresentutlvo of the republican parts at present constituted Miss Morris has just been reappointed lieutenant colonel on the staff of- Gov Chandler of Georgia It ia only In thIS South that women are appointed on a governors staff A woman hold- Ing such a place aaalsis at social funeI ions of a State character and on grea State occasions of a military character Paris Gibson Montanas now Senator ia an honest man and a popula one in Minneapolis He started the first woolen mill in that city but taller In the panic of 1877 owing Me employee 810000 Soon after Gibson went to Montana and 10 years later returned to Minneapolis and paid off every cent of his indebtedness with interest at per cent A Pen Picture Of Senator Deboe To what complexion has the republl can party In Kentucky come when It- wIU sit silent under the domination tbe Impossible Deboe by virtue of good luck and audacity a member of the U S Senate The leaders who mado re ibllcaniem respectable In the old days bave been thrown aside that he may for six years more pose in the great eet deliberative body on earth aa the most monumental ass that ever strayed from a barnyard If Intelligence were- ao epidemic with germs so thick that they could be sawed Into paving blocks Deboe would not catch a gleam If an- Idea were by chance to enter his head It would starve to death before It could make the journey through the desert waeto where tbo gray matter ia found In the ordinary human skull If Dar- In la rightand no earnest student can read hia Descent ot Man without gIving his theory serious consideration Deboe should now be hanging by his- taU from the branches of a cocoanut tree In Central Africa Instead of be latterlng the walla of the United tales Senate with mangled parts of speech Ills address on the Nicaragua Canal wos the vaporing of an idiot The tra- ditIOnal bull In the China shop was gentlemanly in his conduct compared with what did to his mother in that hash of stolen ideas and- nintelligible gibberish He would not know a past participle If he met one In- the were to mention a IIPhtltfinltlvu in hIs presence ho would want to know what district the nntieman represented The density of this la so great ihat It can not be measured A geologist would have to cut through a sub strata of dullness so wide and deep that he would find In the paeozolc debris traces of the mammoth and Dodo bIrd and other extinct species If Deboe could be mummified as he is In the full lIower and radiance of his Idiocy he would be the most valuable asset In iBsesalon of the National Museum Prom the soles ot his No 11 shoes to- the crown of his No 4 bat theres not on- Inch of him that is not soaked with eon- celt Ho Is entirely satisfied with him- seU Ho can look wise and know lees than anything yet discovered with the abmty to talk And this Is the insplr cd statesman in whose behalf the Na tlonal administration la wrecking the party In Kentucky He must be returned to tho United States Senate at all hazards A reunited and determined democracy will save the 8t4te that disgrace Dan E OSulll vanlI Free Lance Philip Gunn the St Louts man who had a wound In his heart sowed up h- dead A Death Sentence On High Prices at The Louisville Stores I I r Great Closing Out Sale J f slJ Is the cause of our Immense Stock being reduced rapidly and the 1 Prices Below will certainly Interest you- yR 000000000000000000 Domestics Look at these prices carefully then como as only as you CUt ns these goods will go fast at these ridiculously low price 250 pieces of good t and dArk patterns the same gods cost mt 5 and cents in any other attire our special prlco during tills saleonlv Sic Hooslcr cotton full ynrd wide Ho Best Sea Island and Hoosier cotton full yard wide at only 4Jc Yard wide bleach cotton 7c quallt go now at Co Masonvllle Lonsdal Fruit of the Loom and Hope cotton 01c 200 pieces of gingham the best Amoskcg brand at only fie 200 pieces yard wide percale worth 10c and 12Jc yard for this closing only 50 It impossible for us to mention every article In our store but we guarantee to sell you any goods In our house for money than any other merchant can buy them Corsets 10 dozen messes corsets 50c quality cut to 25c- SPECIALBOO ladles corsets In whit drab black blue and pink long shot and medium walsted well worth COc our special price for this sale 25c AI175c corsets reduced for this tale at 49centsAll corsets go in this sale at cITable Linens NAPKINS AND TOWELS Fine white imported Irish Table Liner 50 Inches vide In a number of benuttfu loral patterns worth bps per yard our rce 25e Red and white and blue and whit table linen guaranteed fast colors well worth 50o per yard at only 25o Napkins at almost half price Illb reduction In all kInds of cotton aud linen lowels Lace Curtains 49c Full 3 Ids long extra good valtio iot- U during this great silo at 4l o Edward Grimes was seriously shot bj- an r unknown party at Lebanon Juno lion G S Gaines of Danville bought Sr Garrard a pair of harness horses for liDO i Four prisoners broke jail at Irvine JxCashler Joe McDowell of the Es till Deposit flank bad an opportunity to escape but did not do co The dancing floor for the grand Mil 01 the Templars Conclave at Louie slot will be the largest ever built south of the Ohio and will cost 11200 At Barbourvllle John Hcndrlckioc vas given a life sentence for thou murder of Calloway Carnes In Clay county He was tried on a change of ven uo- FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint ciaeaatyluncarriage or wagon Ujterlcnccd men to do It and work guaranteed can have your pld vehicle made new for very little money J II OUEEK Stanford Ky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of IOOI I rult and Ornamental Trees Shrubs IlOscs rapes Small Fruit Asparagus Jlliubarl and everythIng for Orchard and Oar den Prices right as wo pay no agent but lell dlroctte the planter cncrll nursery end Ipoclnlltrawoorry catalogue on nppll wtlon to THILLENMEYEIl Ihono 270 Lexington Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank CtplUl Stock tlOOMO- ucouior to The Farmers Bank 4 Trust Coiup and under Mine management contlou ouiljr for 35 Yean olioits Your Bank Account lIoplolucb buslnru relations will proT mulut Ijr Lcnenclal and pleu DIR vCTOllS J iaaton- JlsOwsle Sr IN JUnefee A W Carpenter W II Cummins J E LynnS Hhtnkt J F Cub J H UwilcT OFFICERS S U Shank President J Dawste uubler- V H Drtghl ARt Cub oooooooooooooooor Miscellaneous 1000 pieces fine white and colorci beading regular lOc nuality at Ic Laces and ombroluerleir at less that conic and see them Gilt Belts never known before to sot bblBellWe have secured 12 gross of Fountalr Pens which aro worth 8160 each For this great sale they will go at 25c Pearl buttons the kind you pay lOt for in any other store wo have only 000 dozen loft attic- Celluloid collars worth lOc costoj out price 4c 4 ply linen collars worth 16c clmlni out price Gc Mens Suspender 16c quality closing out price Oc Silk finished suspenders tic quality at 16o Mens fancy sox 15c quality clotinj price ony 60- Ur y and brown mixed sox worth lOc closing price ole Mens undershirts light weight told everywhere at 25c closing price out 16c All heavy weight underwear will lx closed out regardless of cost It will pay you to get the o goods for future use Sale of Dress Shirts 75 dozen mens fine dross shirts eight different styles to select from worth from 81 to 11 23 all go In this treat sale at inc 10 dozen negligee shirts regular 60o and 75c quality reduced to 39c Mens work shirts light and dark col ors at Hlo25c 3Uo and J8c worth doublo he money Mcna4 ply linen collars regular IRo quality reduced for this great sale to 6c Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Kid Glove all sires and olors worth from II 60 to fyour choice- St G9o 160 pairs lasses kid gloves worth from U to 125 tocloeo out it only 40 cents Ladles dont mesa tho greatest kid glove bargain of the 20th century Queen Quality Oxfords are the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They are also exceedingly hand somc5250I Look for TRADE MARK stamped on sole 000000000000000000 ShoesO- ur shoes are butler and cheaper than ever before Title Is your chance to a good pair df shoes for nliuoet 500 pairs of ladles custom tnadcestn bufshoes such ai Val Dnltenliofo A Stribley A Co Pincrco A Smith and celebrated Thomas loiters Shoes from f3 to U come and get a fit at only OJc 300 palm ladles and misses sample slices worth from tl to 12 In this sale at 4o a pair 200 pairs mens fine and coarse Ibootworth 2 a pair In this sale OKc Ladles misses and childrens tine shoes and slippers at almost halt price Mucs fina custom nude shore t and tan calf and vlci all go at fiOo on tie dollir Dont ulis this great shoe saetGreat Sale- It takes very little mosey to buy suit of clothes or a pair odd loam 1tTho Louisville Store Owing to tIu fact that wo want to cltvo out euahlos- lie to greatly undersell nilof our competitors Our clothing is nil strictly custom nmilo nnil no limIt thu gootla thnt our prknre low Ifisyou would only como and see thcvo goals you wouM bo convinced that Tho Louisville Store is tho clionjxjst store in Stanford 500 paint dots and IMWJ cotton wonted pant worth 81 reduced to lOc 11001aira boys cheviot worsted oaKHimoro knco panto made to sell nt SOc our slaughter prico 25c 150 mOils fuse stilts node to IIIJat 810 we have 12 ditRircnt colors to select from at 415 75 lays unit rogularj2 quality reduced to USe Mens very fine custom undo sulfaiat 8095 8750 nnd 807B doublo tho price we njk I Have you seen the new t Queen Quality leathers Or Our New Ideal Patent Kids j Stylish Oxfords Clothing The mOlt beautiful leather for dress shoes for women over sh- ownBrilliant 1 Soft Easy I Queen Quality Shoes for Women furniih a raro combination Absolute Ease Fashionable Elegance and Splendid Service See our new Strap Slippers and Ox verybestCummins McClary I Housecleaning Time When Springs fresh verdure and the early primrose and violet on the lawn shames your old carpet and makes you revolt at relaying it is the time the soul longsforfresh for her floor cover selling styles in carpets rugs and at such low prices is the best time to secure themILook at Furniture Winpapers Picture frames t Carpets Rugs IteIW W Withers Stanford I rcts r 4 r r jTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ir STAMOHD KY AiiiiL 23 1001 OUU proscription work Is unsurpass ed Try us and bo convinced Ifeaaya Drug Btoro PERSONALS MK WILLIAM BURTON la very sick On R AJONES wont to LouUvlllo Saturday M its MARI llAltuiNU down with a Bovcro throat trouble MHH JACOH UiNRiiuna IB with friend In Cincinnati Mug ALICB NKWLANO ot Crab Or 1cbard was hero Saturday A S IHICK continues to Ira Jprove and It ablo to tit up some Miss LINDA MILLER of Georgetown College spout Hcvcral days at home WILLIE G MKIIHIION went up to i Corbin Saturday to spend a few days Mils MATTIE DUNCAN of Garrard was the guest ot Miss Ophelia Lackey- MIBS llKUTii HILTON of Lancaster was hero Friday en routo to Brodhead Mu AND Mite HOHACB DHOWN went to Cincinnati Sunday to upend u few days Miss AMEHICA nuoiiia of Lincoln 1le visiting friends In Somerset lie publican MIss MARY DUNN of Danville was- tho guest of Mesdames M S and JN liauchroan Mil JOHN W ROUT Is wrestling J wltha second attack of grip which Is using him roughly t DR H A JONKS leaves tomorrow tort Washington and Philadelphia to re main about a week t MASTEIIS CBCIL AND KICHAHD WILLIAMS went up to Mt Vernon yester day to visit their uncles WILLIAM P WALTON Ju who t with his mother Is spending aJew days t r at lion J S Owsloys quite sick CUlT WlllTB of Junction City was z hero a few days ago to see his father Mr Eason White who has pneumonia Mil OCOIIOB WuiciHT of Lancaster was hero Saturday and did tbo right thlnj by subscribing for the cheapest and best Miss SfDIE SMITH of Flat Lick 1Lwho has been with Misses Stella Me Ulary and Myrtlo Hughes returned homo Saturday MlSSKATKALCOItN who went tor Lexington to see Joo Jefferson and who prolonged bor stay to visit Mrs 0 T Thompson returned homo yes tcrday 1 Mil ClIAIlLES GltAINOEK who will moro than likely bo LouUvJllon next Is a brotherinlaw of Mr Sam fmaor Wllhlto who lived here for a of years Mils AUELIA WOODS tells us that her son Cabell ato of this ofllco is now at Presidio Cal headed towards V the Philippines Soldiering has been very pleasant for him so far MAYOR UOIIEUT KINNAUID Judge I J C Ucmphlll Editor Louis Landram and Mr J M Farra of Lancaster went to LouUvlllo Sunday ttf insist on tho L Si N ratlroad giving them another day passenger train THE Somerset Journal says that its better half Mrs F J Campbell Is a relative of Tom L Johnson who won tbornomination for president Mil LoriS LANDHAM editor of the Lancaster Record tbo only really In dependent paper In tho country was hero Saturday Against great odds Mr Landram has built up a nlco bust ness by grit and real merit I Mil W P WALTON of Stanford candidate for railroad commissioner spent a few hours In this city Tuesday This was his first visit to Somerset for about 20 years and though ho has kept in touch with tin progress and contrib uted to It through tho INTKHIOII JOCK NAL ho expressed surprise and gratia cation at tho wonderful Improvement of the Queen City of the Mountains since ho saw it last Somerset Jour nalI LOCALS Low prices on shingles A C Sine ALL kinds of harness repairing J C McClary WK sell Chrlsmana plants Higgins A McKlnnoy 2t r NOISELESS shoes tor women Some thing now Cummins ft McClary NEW and a well selected lino of bed room suites just received Beazloy ft Hays FOURTEEN shares tCitizens Na tional Bank stock of Lancaster was withdrawn there yesterday at 9110 JULI TUClnm a Crab Orchard colored woman asks us to say that sho has- been granted a divorce from John Tucker NEWS comes from Danvlllo that t friends of Quinn are making threats against tho other ofllcors and Cap Helm thinks that some member of tho force may bo shot Inretaliation THE bad weather of Saturday again knocked out tho horse show at Huston vlllo Our West End friends may have to watt until next year If they aro bound exhibition to have good weather for their WOVEN wire and oak picket fence A C Sine PAN velvets In blackwhite and col ors at J P Jones FKESII homemade candles of all kinds at J H Moiern WB have on hand ono Haworth Corn Planter wo will sell at reduced price Careon d Pence GENUINERussell county IJrazlllIan sweet potatoes at I0c per peek Hlg gins MolInney 1t nAYWllIlolI hay at 1040 CO 65 and Wo per 100 pounds for 10 days JIII Uaughman L Co THE best la thu cheapest especially when It comes to shoes We bundle no shoddier but strictly highclass goocisI J P Jonoi SKCuru a ticket to Mrs Baileys enI tortalnmunt at Walton Opera 1I0uleI April 25 at W n McUoborts 7fic and hear the sweetest of Bopronosll Togtvo the outside world bow solid our merchants and business men aro wo will stato that Stanford hast- bad only ono failure In 15 years Can any other town fords slzo say at muchIITnt dose that IIforthat a boy bad bettor stick to his fath ors politics Of a total of 3000 or more votes Kirk got 178 OCU Doyle county friends should not get mad because tho State Hoard 01I Equalization raised our farming lands 11 cents more than It did theirs Lln coin county people are not at all proud forioneOUR types mado UII say In our lost Is sue that W Powell Halos literary and elocutionary entertainment tho Col lego was Friday night when It should have been tonight Go and spend a few hours enjoyably Admission school children 26c others COc SriilNQ U the Limo to erect monu meats to the dead ones If you are thinking of placing ono over the grave of some relative or friend call on or write to T J Teter Stanford Ky who will Rive you the bet of work at very reasonable figures FIIIDAY NltiHT Mrs Jonnlo Car penter was In yesterday to say that Mrs Cecilia Kpplngbouson Bailey with Mrs Kate Bailey Huffman as accompanist will give an entertainment at the Christian church Hustonvlllc Friday night next April GtbITHE weather slnco our last Issue hat been too borrlblo to talk about Either rain now or ball has fallen roost all tho tlmo and the sun has scarcely been seen at all The spell Is puzzling the oldest Inhabitants There Is some promise of bettor weather this morning EDITOR E W LILLAKD of the Dan vlllo News was kind enough to loan us cuts of Policeman Crum the jury that convicted his murderer and tbo house where ho was murdered but the ad vertisers demanded so much of our spaco wo are compelled to defer print ing them until Friday SEVEN DEAD TheOld weath er of last week caused seven calves belonging to Joe T Embry to chill to death They were dehorned some three weeks ago and that might have bad something to do with their dying They wero worth about 120 each so it will bo seen that Mr Embrya loss Is considerable THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Is proud of a letter from Salinger Urns proprie tore of tbo Green Front Danville which Is highly complimentary of a lot of printing Its job ofllco recently did for them These gentlemen show their knowledge of a good thing by giving this olllco frequent good orders for which we aro duly thankful DOGS killed 14 sheep for John C Pcpplca the other night and ho has killed five dOlls up to late Mr Pep plea says ono of tbo doge bo shot woe tho one that J E Bruce killed when bo found out it had killed sheep for him Mr Bruco left the canine for dead but It was not a corpse by a long shot until Mr Poppies put a heavy dis charge of lead Into it SMALL FAVORS ttc Messrs Geo B Cooper and J B Paxton who went to Frankfort to use their rabbit foot on tho Board of Equalization succeeded In getting the Go raise on town lots oil as well as knocking 1 cent oil of the 15p raise on farming lands Tbo tax paycr nro thankful for the small fa vors thus received but would havo been much moro thankful If tho board had sot asldq the entire raleo on farm Ing lands WILL ENJOIN Soao or moro of tho largest taxpayers of tho town have agreed together to contest the election of the graded school question and if necessary enjoin tho collection of tax under it Goo lawyers say they can win tbo case odd aro confident that they arc willing to accept a contingent fee Wo are not advised as to tho grounds upon which thoy will proceed but the case it Is said will bo fought to the end o rM juw 4uttiiJ FINE candles just received at Warren S Shanks THE beat on earth Is a Hunan shoo Sold by JP Jones WILL eell all our cap In 10 or 16 days So come quick J II Baugh man Si Co HAY corn oats and all kinds of fled cheap for 10 days only J H Baugh man d Co FRANK ATKINS Joe Rolf and Llgi Farmer were elected trustees of the Stanford colored public school Saturday They got 103 votes to their oppo nests 45 CHE A i RATES The L d N will sell roundtrip tickets to Louisville April 23 to May 11 at ono and one third fares on account of the races On April 20 and May 0 and 11 roundtrip tickets good for two days will bo sold ono faro To tbo annual convention of the Y P S C E of this Stato at Cynthluna May 2 to 6 tbo L N will sell round trlptleketq at ono and one third fares- DOCIILY5UnrIaorder to make assurance doubly sure Engineer Pet tlbone who has been running over this dlvlslonjor years always carries two waCchcs and they ore tbo very best ones be can lied Whon they aro run ning together which Is almost Invaria tbo case ho suffers little or no un easiness for bo known whatever else may happen bo could hardly get into trouble on account of tlmo THOSE who heard Mrs Cecilia Ep plogbouecn Bailey sing when she was nero beforo were charmed with Its sweetness and press and public everywhere she goes Is loud In her praises Her appearance hero next Thursday night 25lhU therefore anticipated with delight by nil lovers of music who will gladly embrace the opportunity to see and hear the very gifted woman both In muilo and personal charms A DEATII SENTENCE Roub Quinn tho Negro who killed Policeman Joan T Crum at Danvlllo on tho 10th of this month got what everybody expected ho would and no doubt what ho descry eda death sentence Tho jury was out two hours and 10 minutes and some little trouble was experienced In bring tag about the verdict The Saws says that when tbo prisoner heard his late his lace turned an ashen hue and his eye balls almost leaped from their sockets Ills lawyers were Messrs C C Bagby and A C VanWinkle who were assisted In selecting the jury by Mr JW Rawllngs The gentlemen made a noblo tight for their client and co one would have suspected from their work that they were appointed by the court against their will and wero not to receive a cent Their management of tho caso Is highly complimented but the proof against Quinn was over whelming and a hung jury was as much as they could hats hoped for It Is more than probable that a new trial will be asked for and on being denied the case will bo taken to the court of appeals This will be dono more to vindicate the attorneys for tho defense than with the hopo of that court grant fog a now hearing 01 the prosecution the News extra says The verdict re fleets great credit on tho prosecution as conducted by Commonwealths Attor ney Owsley and County Attorney lard log who not only riddled Qulnns tea tlmony on cross examination but utterly destroyed his plea of self defense in their argument THIS AND THAT The wlfo of Dr A H Stewart ol Richmond Is dead At Faulconers sale Danville ICO horses sold at 950 to IHIO His Eminence worked tho Derby dls Lance over a bad track impressively In 2101 Henry C McDougal a young Lexing ton man committed suicide because of ill health Six persona lost their liyea by the burning of the Commercial Hotel at St Marys W Va Maj Horsey of the Signal Service says the peach crop of Kentucky is damaged 10 per cent Two thousand five hundred miners In subdistrict No 5 of Ohio and West Virginia went on a strike The residence of George W Dale the great temperance orator at Lex ington was damaged 3600 by tiro Four desperadoes confined in jail at Rawlins Wyo slugged tho jailor locked him In a cell and made their es cape Rev J B Crouch will conduct the prayer meeting at the Methodist church Thursday night In thelabsenco of the pastor The Ohio river U receding at Pitts burg but great damage will bo dono before It reaches the normal level Tho loss In the Monongahola nail Alle gheny valleys will amount to sovoul million dollars while thousands of people have been thrown out of work and many Bro temporarily homeless Numerous washouts have been report ed along the railroads in tho flooded district and river towns have suffered severely It is expected that tho high est stage will be reached at Cincinnati this morning The backwater has al ready inundated all the bottoms of Mill Creek Valley and most of tho Little Miami Valley No loss of lIfo has been reported as a direct result of the high water Tho rain and onowcontlnuo at many points throughout the upper Ohio water In many places tho heavy snow and landslides have com pletely blocked the railroad tracks from Cleveland to the Atlantic S About Livingston Rev R R Noela 10 days labor at Livingston resulted In the organization of a Baptist church at that place with 2fl constituent members five of whom wero from tho Baptist church of thi- splaceCA Mooro and wife Mrs Mudd and George Pope and wife Mr Mooro Is a train dispatcher and Mr Popo Is proprietor of tho Eight Ga bles Hotel Mr Mooro was elected one of the deacons nnii with tbo others will bo ordained Sunday May 12th Ro cognition services will be held and sov expectedMrof Livingston Is in the superlative de gree Ho says It IB a railroad town of smoke mud and hospitality and some of tbo best people In the world The town has 700 Inhabitants four hotels 10 or 12 merchants one barber shop one weekly paper two church buildings and will soon have three and some whore near about a blind tiger for says be I saw his track and heard him growl Ho was somewhat dnap pointed about tbo big fishing Rockcastle The weather drove him In You must ship many this place bo said to a Merchant as be was filling his tub from a farmers baskets No said the merchant not a crate every egg wo can buy Is consumed right hero and all tbo vege tables too The future of Livingston Is bright There Is a general rush on Tuesday and Friday for the INLERIOR JOURNAL More anon X t now IT JS DONE The first object In life with the Ameri can people Is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first cn be obtained by energy honrsty anyl say usingGreensa despondent sufferer from any of tho ef beta of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Ap pendicitis Indigestion etc inch as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Costiveness Dizziness of the plead Nervous Prostration Low Spirits etc you not suffer another AugustFlowlrIVnnys Drug Store Stanford Ky and Ret a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get QreenV Prize Almanac In a fight in Lctcher connly between the sheriffs posse and tbo Reynolds gang Sunday morning 100 shots are paid to have been fired None of the pored was hurt POSTED My farm Is poatcd and I warn nil that I will not permit fishing hunting or trespass Ing of tiny kind on It JOHN MEIKIt Highland 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE TheJ M Phillips property ccfrnon East Main itfectund Logan Avenue In Stanford will be divided Into eight lots and told at public auction at oclock p m SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of tho Iota are COxIQO COxlOO ant 4HxIOO and front on Main street The lot on which the house stands Is 125x168 The tour lots that fronton Logan Avenue are TOxlfiS and all of them aro desirable Mat of lots can bo scan by calling at Mr Phil llM residence They will bo offered separately and then all acreptedTEltMSi 6 and 12 months Lien retained- J M PHILLIPS Stanford Ky SWEET WILLIAM This line mulo jack will make the present season at S7 to Insure a Living Colt Sweet William Is 151 i hands high sired StlgalPs Prince Ut dam by Stlealls SUgallslIIackOur past experience ns mule dealers war rant us In saying that no better mule jack will be offered for public service than this ono as his colts E P WOODS SONS Stanford The Floe Mule and Jennet Ja- ckBlack Cloud Will make the season ol at DoDnrPalo e mile hula DlnYllle on the turnpike at tS to Inure a hiring colt Money due when roll codc or ware U parted with and a lien retained on colt until season money It paid He la a black trk with white iwlnti yean old 3 hands high Sired by Tom Keeno Ut dam by Imp ialen 2d dam by Hlg neck br Col Handy 3d dam Heck liy lilacs Sam son Col Handy It by Jim Porter Ulack Cloud U ono of tbe flnra breedingh T HUSH English Hunter Combined bay stallion 16 hands high both hind ankles white sired by Abdallr1 the William Lusk saddle mare by Iary Crockett son of Dennys Drennon Imp Dronnoaj 2d dam by Highlander Abdullah Messenger sire of English Hun ter Is by Messenger Chief sire of Maud lIes senger 2ilCJ English Hunter has proven to be the best slro of fine size and high styled saddle hors ca lu the country- I will stand English Hunter tho season ot 1001 nt Ilrodhend at SIO to Insure a Living Colt Money duo when colt U foaled or mare parted with J II DUNN llrodhead KING EAGLE IIng Eagle Is 15 hands and three Indies high dark bay with heavy mane and tall goes all the gulls with plenty of speed style und action Sired hy King 1st dam Eagle llird 2d dam Rod Lion 3rd dam Harris Denmark ho by Miller Denmark 4th dam Jim Dell thoroughbred NOTE Hoynl U a full brother to the groat Silver King and Alllo 0 the great show mare that sold for 91000 King Ea gloi 2d dam Is tho dam of Minnie Iloyd the great show maro that Matt Cohen won every where with In Ibun and sold for 8500 King Eagle will muko tho present season of 1001 at my stable 234 miles West of Stan ford on tho Shelby City pike at the low price of 10 to Insure A Living Colt Mares traded orpartcd with forfeits In surance and money becomes duo at the tlmo of such transaction DillyKeeneS T I1AUKIS STANFORD KY We Are The People I For Embroideries and Laces When shopping in this line remember wo early a stock second to none also a line of Ladles nod Childrens Fancy Lace Hosiery I i Fancy hose In the lace effect will be very popular this season and just at this time we show some very new and novel things Our stock of LIlertySilksv be seen to be appreciated Remember we sell The Best 100 and 150 Kid Glove On Earth and fit them In the house We handle the best goods we can ban no flieddics and nsk only reasonable profits JOHN P JONES Stanford Go To LtatYcwh Silks Underwear Dress Goods Fine Slippers I tim1EfE Hosiery Prices always LacesIm iJJ THE 1 National Weekly Investment o- INCORPORRTEO Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky N A BOTH 10016 Standard Rule 6 Record Sit9 Sired by Walslngham 2106 sire of Latitude 2l7JJ and many others In tho list Walatnghatn Isaboths sire Is a son of George Wilkes S19 First dam Tinsel by Messenger Puree 106 son of llamblctonlan und sire of Elaine 220 the dam of Norlalne yearling record 2i11S Second dam ness sister to James Howell Jr by Hnmbletontan 10 sire of Dexter 1734 Third dam Jesslo Sayre by Harry Clay 45 sire of St Julian 2ilk Ilodluo 21954 and 15 others that have produced 230 trotters also alreot tho dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty sou of Lance by American Eclipse NOTE Naboth U a hands high foaled June 23 1888 Ills pollgroo contains the blood of IIambletoulanbeorgo Wilkes Mambrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand at 15 to Insure a Living Colt HAPSBURG 509Hay stallion 101 hand high Hy Oldster 26 Imi crtcd 1st damJolly by Wonderful Her 2nd dam by 1reservos 822 First dam Trinket Imp by County King 110 2nd dam by Champion of England 566 3rd dam by llarnaby 670 4th dam by Orand Turk 139 NOTE From the above pedigree you tan see that Hapsburg Is n pure bred Cleveland EnKUh Coach Horse Hols a beautiful mahogany bay with lack points Is 161 hands weighs 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind with Ono style and high action Can show a mile better than 3 minutes and ono wishing a high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will Stand At t10 To Insure R Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 16 hands and inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at W for Mares and 815 for Junnctt Mares grazed at f2 per month which In ill cases must bo paid before thevare removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not rctponslblo should any occur J Ka BAUGHMAN liuatonvllle Kyp Stop and Read This Carefully I A Gigantic Record Slaughter Olerance Sale is golnn on at the Racket Store Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with goods the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties will now have the chance to ba Good Goods at Low Prices Such M Dry Goods Notions Clothing Bouts and Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings cut to half price Come while these great bargains last Watch for our circulars The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Qlnsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank IJ t f t wr lT Too F r tf G 1i THE INTFRIOff JOURNAL obltahaTuwd aaadFldlaQtA- T If 11 PER YEAR CASH RWhen not sopildmaOO will be charged Entered n the po tolc at Stanford at tcondctatt mail- erWOOL WANTED Wo want all the wool In Lincoln county and will highest price for It KtJH Ward Cole Stable In Stanford for sacks BOONE A GENTRY 4CnU April 19 and 20 a- tFRUITTBROSMORELAND KY An see In addition In Furniture etc Mrs GB Prultts LINE OF HATS I I TOj WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i IVelhereby state that the DtnIlow Bold by D S Carpenter Is just s far superior to the Is Oliver as the e superior to the cradle W O COWAN- J S 000DE S M A 8 PRICE I Surgeon Dent lt Stanford Ky WN itJiF OWENS Ofdosotr UcRoberU Drug Store In the Owtler I BaUdlnc RaA JONES DENTISTStanford KY Office over A McKinneyi Stor Telephone No 48 r J H WARD CO JJRV Livery Feed And Sale Stable liruces Old Stud Depot tit t Stanford fNetr and itjlUh TurnouU tutee reasonable Special ttUntlon to traveling salesmen Homo and told on coimntuton fwils llaySOo Hitches Ilk No hitches ou public dLi Oo latt pUon given all stock left at our table H one x- ADAMS h FISTUCACUREMa- nufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure r for horses and mules at Fistula Pallevil Swlnney Scratches Saddle Dolls Hard and Soft Enlargements Oreasy Heel Distemper c For sale W B erts druggist Stanford M Humphrcr Llborjy U M Thompson Klngsvllle A Caldwell Waynesburgj Dunn Bros Dry antsvllle Ky Compton MllledgerlUe Ceo R Jeter Cash Clure Turnenrllle J U Vanhook McKln hey Farmers Roller Mills sTAt oaD KY MORRIS FRED PUOPBIBTOR r to the that I grindrbest o- fT1onr KoalSliipstuffl- jb Chicken FoodEtc t At the very lowest and I solicit a hare of your patronage promislug to give- you thn very best results Don t met but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror p J+ G + MccbMY AltERUI sir saOtliaYri- Oe Manufacturer and Dcalcarlna HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky I Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS t Dtarlllp WcdnnJsrs and 1frldaYIWill be In Thursdays and Saturday Ottueln the leoDIII too lJulldlog8taoroNo rlcebours9tuJ2A1104rn OSTEOPTHY This Science originated and d reloped by Dr AT Still of KlrkiTllli Mo dod on the principles of Anatomy and 1hyslology for Its reo tults It no faUb podrug no rubbing aosurgical utwrauontandotalma bing supernatural Osteopathy Ylairi man at a machine oho many partaJu U adjuitraent When all parts are adjusted and not overworked health b th result Some the diseases treated us Nervous Prostration headaches Neuralgia lltiromatliu Catarrh Weak EyesGrsnulattd Lids Goitre t JINrt LaYer Constlpltlon Piles EolaKed lroituta all atom I ach and Intestinal trouble Diseases ol Bones snd JOlot8plDalCUltUrel IalocaUoDtll1I1Jolnla Urine Locomotor Atax mltatiooar ERDILLSHAYDANVILLZ Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Ha C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY OajilUl Stock 150000 Borpltu 110000 This Institution originally established as the De poaItBaok ot IltanroNlo ISM then reorganised si tb National Bank of Stanford in 1885 and aptr organized as the First National Dank of Stanford o iU2kas had practically an uninterrupted exist oceror years It Is better supplied now will kcllltlet for transacting bailiess promptly and I rally than erer before In Its long and honoiab veer Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and IndlTldnalitoUclted nlaacTO F Held Lincoln C- oST Harris J S Hockey II WP ValtonII J II CoIIl rCnbOrehd J 8 Uorker President Hayden SUnfor Baughman Hill TrlbblII Robinson Hubble DElmor StaofordIJJ McBoberts Cashier BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDBBTASEBS DKMLIU Furniture MatUoJsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of StoCk Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY JAMES FRYE lakes Tailor Suits the cloth furnished you make your own suit skirt waist My samples of cloth largo and varied- as can be found InI THE GREATEST DRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW And the prices are much lowpr I have also equally great a line ofIsamples for men New Goodsof All Kinds Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car pots Mattings Rugs Dry Coods Shoos Slip porsi Etc JAMES FKYE Hustonvllle Ky TH- EQueen ate Crescent and lat to Nov let 1901 Excursion rates tpcctal train service will be announced later The ran American the greatest American Expos Won since tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway I Grounds minutes J Free Reclining I QaaawttuurhIIate a apn N Wa tYN eta eteM I obMITCHELL t8rig J W 8 U TP W A Jas U or to or as YORK as RouteI PanAmerican Exposition BUFFALOM- ay and NIAGARAFALLS NEWS NOTES All tho toll gates will bo thrown open In Jefferson county May 1 E R Beauchamp for 40 years a mcr chant of Edmonton county Is dead L S N stock has reached 107 U went at less than 60 elx months ago A brother of Rev Sam P Jones was hold up and robbed atNashvlllo Dick Williams formerly of Louis vlllo was murdered and robbed In La grangeA year old son of A C Winnie of Wllllams own choked to death on a raisin seed Joseph B Slmrall aged 57 yearsi from 1800 to 1000 mayor of Loxlngtoi dIed of paralysis A reward of 810000 was offered for the return of Willie McCormick a boy who was kidnaped in Now York Last year our National liquor bill amounted to 81050605787 an avcrag per capita of 113 04 or 1703 gallons A little son of J H Dempsey la Du rises county was burned to death by his own getting caught from A grate Two children of Richard Faust ncar 3rawford9vllle Ind drank carbon acid for whisky with fatal results Thenext annual oncartpmen1 of tho Kentucky department of the G A n will be bold at Covlngton on Juno t tad The new steamship Celtic carries loublo as many people as tho censu rives Stanford besides 12000 tons rolght H G Forrester representing an Eastern company said It will build a allroad to Harlan C H perhaps from Mlddleeboro Owen Bradley who was killed at Lexington had served a term In tho penitentiary for horse stealing and had tilled two men Tho Louisville Nashville railroad III preparing to spend about 8000000 In istabllshlnjr Immense car shops It South Louisville- It Is stated that tho Standard Oil Company will declare a dividend about lay 1 of 20 per cent on Its capital lock of 8100000000 Owen Bradley a horse trainer was sbot and killed In Lexington by Will D Nichol a lawyer A quarrel over a woman Is said to have been the cause of the tragedy Julius Morris editor of tho Kenton ounty Record Is In jail at Newport mrged with forging tho names of A S Berry D Linn Gooca and others to- notee aggregating 8800 Plans are now on foot for tho formation of a now steel company which In tende to erect large mills at Sault Sic Marie having a capacity of 600000 tons a year and employing 10000 men Honest Tom Sampson a detective wbo aided in tho arrest of Mrs Sur ratt and others charged with being Implicated In the plot toassaaiilnato Pre Ident Lincoln died at Mrs Vernon N Y The Southern railway Is surveying line from Arthur near Cumberland Gap to Snecdvtlle Tenn thence Into Lee Scott and Wise counties Va a distance of about 60 miles to open up- the rich coal fields of tbat section The Indiana miners who came down to make some Kentucky miners strike bother they wanted to or not turned back before a sheriffs posse and small one at that They wernt near so bra 70 as they Imagined they were Capt Daniel G Parr a Louisville pltallst has presented to Col Bennett H Young and other Confederate veterans as a board of trustees house and lot at Chestnut and Preston Btrects Louisville to be used as bome for aged and Infirm exConfeder I1te soldiers A heavy wind and snowstorm did great damage at Cleveland and all over Northern Ohio All the hotels In Vanceburg bave closed The reason ot the shutdown Is the failure of the proprietors to accuro saloon license The Cincinnati Investment Comp nles aro proving the rottenest ot rotli concerns The Interstate has assets o only 8172384 and debts ot over 8 IOC 000 O M Cobb has brought suit at Hot derson against the L ft N for 500 damages because lu employee In band ling the coffin of his child stood It on end The ninemonthsold circulation of Hearsts Chicago American on Eastc Sunday was 350000 qoplos the largci circulation over reached by any newspaper In Chicago It consisted ot 90 pages containing 030 columns The trial of the members ot a Fill plno secret society accused of buryln alive Filipinos who opposed the Insur recllon has developed that among the leaders wore the parish priests and the presldcnto together with other local olflcers All the ringleaders may be banged The manifesto of Aauln ldocalllDI upon his followers to lay down thel arms and accept the sovereignty c the United States has been Issued IIe declares without reserve his allcglanc to the American government and declares the voice of his country Is unquestionably In favor df peaco tbA majority ho says already have lembraced peace and bo asks his followers to do likewise Gen MacArthu has signalized the Isuanco of the manl teno by releasing 1000 prisoners o warA lame shoulder la usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications ot Chambei pains Pain Balm For ale by Craig locker Druggists OATAltllU CAN NOT liaoUUKD With lord applications as thy cannot reach tbt initol the Is abtoodor rouUtu llonil disease cod to order to cur It you tuiu take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure II taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous urfaC8 Halls Catarrh Cur Is not a mnllclne It was prescribed bj ont ol th loNe phyalctanainIbis rouotr tor years and a rrgular It la conipocM ol the ben Ionics known combined with the best blood purl lenacting d Uy 00 tbe mucous aurface Th trfect combination of the two In rfdlrnts Is what rojuo such wonderful results la curing Catarrh tend for testimonial tree K J CiiKiiKT A Co Irur Toledo 0 old by druzxUtii r3e Halls Fatuity iiilaarthebe- etMcKinney Roller Mills- J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinne3 Sy Make and keep constantly on hind tho best of Flour Meal SIiIpstulT Ilran Clilck Peed Ac 1rlcc very reasonable Cue tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy tiller The fine trotting stallion Flowers ILTo 25031 WUltns the season of IMI at my stable nrar Turn nyl1le at 5IO to Insuro a Living Colt Flown Is a bay hone IS hands hlrh hind fret aIfIIroldearold2f5 Frenav2 yer old225l1 on rchil7 Fannie tiwope 2 Ill and six others bttler than 230 Ills loni hrr sired dormer Kim dam Llul Tracy 222 full slater to Nrlll Wilkes sire 78230 performer- soddamsotGl Second danr lady Oak dam of Nellie L by HUa Vermont air of usenet of lambetU Wllkei 221- reofatln25011t Th Klnc2 2M Ire of IInd ieTeral others Third dam Kate own sister to aonle dam of aeren In the UI j Klnkrade St Lawrence Fourth darn IJrtndi thoroughbred In flowers Is combined the blood of three ol Cbe tsonsuf llauibtetonls namely Florida Volun r neorg Wilkes with that of lilir SerniiJDI KIDreadSI lwnDtll sod thorughbrd and he cries M per tent of the blood of llamblelonlan IIr u much u a son ol his Very few hors berlt such a strong breeding As an Individual be Is equally great having plenly ot sutxtance and action romper rely no ulnlug he baa shown a212gslt over ball tulle trackCleveland Ulack Jack with white points 13k bends Sired Oirdes he by Imp Cordon lit dam by Imp bran 7d Jam Dunn jennet by th Curd J cit Tblalusbltobeoneoflbebratmute jack lu Kentucky This Jack will mike the season of at the small sum of I to insure a lining colt lie will sin wake season at my stable near rnerivllle II II CAIITKU W B McROBERTS DRUGGIS- TFreshest Drugsand At Lowest Prices Write To TilE FAYEITE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their new issue A G MORGANSecy No 3 W Short St We have one ot the largest and bo t selected stocks ofVehicles t Ever brought to Central Kentucky and aro prepared to show you Carriages BURgles toad Wagons Caru Etc at exceptionally low figures We also carry an excellent lino of Jt Farming Implements Including Farm Wagon Tooth and Dio Harrows Plows Hollers 1IColn fact everything In tho Implement line used on the farm j We havo our own Rubber Tire Plant 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