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F SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 2C 1901 9AM NO 18 Hartwoll Casoy County t Whooping cough is still raging bore the throe little Bone of James Rig gins being the last victims Cale Drown Jr la getting together a fino lot of poplar to bu cut by V lthiswC R Curidn Bold to Lutes h Co n hunch of lat hogs averaging 130I pound Fear of cholera caused him tq sell toonor than bo Intendeda ft Mr Hurdln Newell has been celo brnling the advent of spring by refur nishing and otherwise Improving bin comfortable home on Carpenter Crock Undo Will Myers after a long busy life bas given up the responsibility of the farm and Is spending his old day peacefully with his daughter and son lo law Mr and Mr Calo Brown Jr t William Short of this section woe severely hurt by falling train bis barn loft Is li thought that ut least two of his ribs wore torn from the spinal colI umn and ho Is otherwise badly Injured iTbo now poitolllca pd store at this Is doll a nourishing business and tilling a long felt want this neigh borhood having heretofore to depend on Mlddleburg Liberty and Kldds Store each of them several miles dls tant The mad dogscaro le over and people have ceased to halo the canine mem ben of tbo family and they aro again allowed to come Into the house and re calve their share of the good things t There was no damago done to stock ex IJ cept by the dog that first wont mad This dog belonged to James Fogle tie r first showed signs of hydrophobia by trying to do a lot of promlscous biting among stock about the place and suc ceeded In biting one of his finest cow which has not as yet gone mad The numerous dogs of this section and a fine bog belonging to James Hlgglns showed signs of rabies Immediately af ter the lour weeks wore out nod were promptly killed J Tho Triennial Conclave Ryan Commandcry No 17 Knight Templar of Danville will bu rcprc tented at the Triennial Conclave Louj 1 Isvtllc the fourth week of next August by 75 Knight and ladle Right Eminent Sir Henry G Snndlfer of Danville Past Grand Commander of the Grand Commandery of tho State went down to Louisville Wednesday to arrange for tho pilgrimage of the Ryan Tcmplari many of whom have to residence In Lancaster and Stanford e as well an In Ltttlo Britain Ho closed a contract with T L Qulsenborry for his entlro house at 521 West Chestnut where accommodations will be fur nlihcd for 60 of the party while the other 25 will stop with friends and relatives In the city The residence secured is the wellknown old Cattcday home ono of the most delightful places i In tbo Fall City It Is believed that members of Ryan will be in line Y This Is the only Kentucky Command cry with tbo distinction of having fur nlshed a Grand Matter of tho Knights Templar of America Most Eminent Sir Warren LaRuo Thomas who serv ed between 1805 and 1S03 This Is thn highest olllco within the gift of the order It U understood that several jt members of Ryan will also do escort duty two days before the conclave be gins while the hundreds of coranian dories are arriving in Loulsvlllo on special trains Tbo place selected for the Danville Lancaster and Stanford Knights makes it very convenient to the headquarter of tho Escort Com mittee which will bo only a block away from the old Casscday home The preparation for tho Triennial on the r part of the Louisville Templars con tinues There arc now committees at work on tho preliminaries An en tortalnmont fund of 8100000 is being raised toprovlde a great program of attractions for the visitors who aro ox petted to number 150000 +THE HEST KEMKDY FUn IUIEU 1MATISM PAIN t tr All who use Clmltnberlttlns Pain Hahn for rheumatism are delighted with tho 1quick relief from pain which It affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago 1 hall a severe attack of rhcumntlsni in my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was rcc r ommcnded by Messrs Qco F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Cham berlains Pnin Balm They recommended It so hfjhy that 1 bought a bottle I was soon relieved ofall pain 1 have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with mo that It rOlllcily for miiannlfir rlifuimnIs the beet thru In tbt market For sale by Craig A Uocfcer Druggists CHEAP TO CINCINNATI The L f N will sell roundtrip tickets to Cin cinnati Sunday at 8150 The train Is the regular one which leaves Stanlord t at 215 A M and rtturns at 110 A e The train leaves Cincinnati at 755 p 2- ti Tho C U And Centre To Be Con solidated At Loulsvlllo attar seven hours of heated discussion the Southern Pres byterlan Synod passed the resolution providing for tho consolidation of Central University of Richmond and CenI tro College of Danville Out fow dis senting votes were east those opposing tho measure either leaving tbo church or remaining silent The Northern Synod pushed the same resolution early In tho evening without a dissenting vote all the numbers being In favor of the consolidation Doth synods adopted without opposition u resolution pro viding for the uniting of the theologi cal seminary at Danvlllo with that In Richmond This latter action le still subject to tho approval of tho Presby torlan General Assembly Tau light over the consolidation of the two college Is not yet at an endI as the resolution must now bo rclorrcd to the Alumni Association the founder of Central University Thoso opposed to the removal of tho college from Rich mond Intend to carry their fight Intoj thta association and believe that they can secure u tufllclent number of voters to defeat tbo resolutillnIUnder the terms of the agreement drafted by the curators of Central Unl versity which was ratified by both sy nods the name of Centro College Is to be changed to Central Kentucky Univer sity and the board of directors Is to be made up of part of the directors of bolft colleges The new institution Is to reI calve all tbo assets of Central Univer sity amounting to about 8200000 and consisting of the college buildings and 12 acre of land at Richmond and a lot of miscellaneous securities Tbo land and part of tbo buildings are to be sold at once The new university Is to be made tbo foremost educational Institution In the State Central University will be changed Into a high school which is to remain at Richmond By the action of the synod Danvlllo loses and Loulsvlllo gains the Theolog ical SeminaryICrab OrchardIjWork at the Springs U progressing nicely Manager Willis and his en ergollo wife will soon bavo the build togs and grounds looKlng as they did In days of yore A syndicate has bought the old VanI dorpool property at the depot and will tear down all the old building and erect a sanitarium and hotel which will be quite an addition and improvement to our town Mr Basil Guctt is not expected to live moro than a day or two Mrs U G Boyle and Dr Jas W and Will Guest are up from Louisville called hereby the serious illness of their brother Dr Stapp is slowly tmprov leg and his many friends expect to see blm out again when summer comes Mr J U Collier has purchased the residence of Mrs B C Anderson and shn with her daughter and son will move to Oklahoma soon to be with tno other members of her family Joe New land has returned from Florida much Improved Ho has gone to work for the L N S P Gray and family of Bluefleld W Va bare rented Mr P W Dllllon cottage for the summer Miss Fannie Redd has just returned from a pleasant visit to Dr Cooper a t Livingston Miss Mattlo Beazley is visiting relative In Lancaster Along with a goof likeness of the gentleman tbo Danville News prints tbo following W P Walton the second railroad district candidate for railroad commis loner is i o peculiarly titled to this position of Importance to the people that his election seem assured Mr Walton has demonstrated times without number his fearlessness and Integrity when the Interests of the peo plo were assailed and withal Is a man of judgment that while protecting the Interests of tho people would give jus tice to time railroads as well lIe Is p an extremist ho Is an enthusiast whom It conies to right and In matters of pub lie concern will hew to tbo mark and let the chips fall where they may li- la e a democrat from principle and has fought the battles of the party from In fancy and when others who have achieved higher rewards have faltered The democracy will reward this faithful servant and In so doing will honor iwolf SOUTHKKN BAPTIST CONVENTION NEW OHLEANS Low rates one faro the round trip to New Orleans and re turn Is announced by the Queen it Crescent Route for May 7 8 and 0 ao count Baptist convention as above Tickets will be on salo one faro for tho round trip Finest trains in South are at the service of Queen C Crescent patrons Ask ticket agents for particu lars A lame shoulder Is usually soused b rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Gco T Wood sold to J U Swopo a lot of sheep at 85 Good fresh milk cow for sale W H Shanks Stanford WIll Severance had a valuable cow dlo Tuesday night At Chicago bestciitllo bring Ou bogs do 005 do sheep 400 M J Purrls of Danville lost several cattle by the cold spell- S M Brown sold to R C locker a sow and pigs for 82025 The wool market at Boston Is quiet at 27 to 23 for best tlceee W I Herrln bought of various parties u bunch of heifers at 820 Phil Nunnullv Jr sold to W W Lyon it Co u gelding for 8105 W H Traylor bought of Paint Lick parties busheU of wheat at 7Ic Tho Winchester Democrat reports sales of three curs of hogs at 610 to lil J II O Bauglunau of liustonvlilo had a valuable colt to die tho other night Emmett McCorrnack of too West End sold to J J Allen 80 owes at 15i01Fox 1 Lawton wore here yesterday shipping a tar load of hogs they bought Sc Dodd A Skinner sold last week eight o plug horses to various parties at 890 AdvocateJ bought of Will Boone a pair of mules for 8200 and sold blm a pair for 8140 DrtVILetehersold his 130 acre farm near Pain Lick to James Bur rows at 81750 A Lincoln county gentleman sold a gelding by J K Baughraane Naboth for 8100 tho other day- J W Glvenio McKinney sold to a Utah man two aged jacks for 800 ondt to B B King two young jacks for 8o75 Tbo weather bureau Issues a bulletin to the effect that no great damage was done to crops by the recent spell of cold weather Dignity Dare property of C C Car penter has gotten over the slight attack of pneumonia and is again in his stable at Hustonvlllu J C slays boght of J M Roberts 17 cattle at 823 and of various parties a lot of shoals at 41 to flue Ho sold a bunch of shouts at Ci to like will have our stallion Marlon Squirrel al Sweeneys Stable In Lan caster Saturday 27 Call tbero and see him J R and K U Beazley Stanford Jonas Wclhl shipped four carloads of hogs lo Cincinnati that cost 6r to Ci lie will ship the cattle recently pur chased of Joseph M Hull at i1ParllKentuckian George H Ketcham has sold the six montbs old colt Crcsceus Direct sire Crcsceus dam Miss Woolivor a half sister of Crcsceus to R U Plant of Macon Ga for 5000 At Woodward t Sbankllns salo In Loxlngton Kentucky Belle u splendid chestnut marc was bought by Fox it Logan of Danvlllo for 81100 Jane Carter brought 809 Alma T bGBInI hefts Wilkes 8310 Pantheon B 220r 8500 The latter horse was In McAllis ter Bros stable at Morcland last year MATRIMONIAL Levi Keller and Miss Margaret Leigh were married at Dr W N Craigs yes terday by Rev J W Uagln Count Leopold do Melville under ar rest In Now York Is tho hero of over 100 lovo affairs Ho has 50 wives Miss Amy Morohaad Walker daughter of the late S J Walker of Frankfort was married In London to Mal calm MoncrellTo brother of Sir Robert MoncrollTc The decision of thaU S supreme court handed down a few days ago in which It was held that divorces grant ed where only one party was u resident were Invalid puts many people who were divorced In Oklahoma In a pro dlcamcnt The number of divorces grunted in the territory to those who andtloft as soon as the decree was granted was racy 10000 The St Louis Republic of April 20 says For almost a year Miss Maybe Faync of Cincinnati 0j who Is visit lag In St Louis and Arthur B Lyon of Nashville Tenn have kept their wedding a secret Miss Fayno is iho daughter of tbo late Dr T J Faync of Crab Orchard Ky Whllo Allen Fayno was visiting friends at Bowling Green last May abe met Mr Lyon to whom she was engaged Ho said ho ten tired of waiting and It was agreed tha they be married in secret The pia carried and with the exception of a fey friends who witnessed the marriage no eau was too wiser II Thomas Hull of Lament Ky was afraid of being burled allvo At bis death an air shaft was built Into his grave and a signal Hag attached to thy top with a cord running to the wrist o too corpse Saturday night a storm blow down the tug and relatives ox AYllmlnedktlnct LANCASTER Mrs G M Patterson went to Liv ngston Wednesday to complete ar rangements for tbo W C T U con vention Rev and Mrs J H Woolford and Misses Dana and Knapp West attended the dedication of tbo Baptist church at Ilarrodsburg Mrs Evans of Plnoville Is visiting her mother Mrs Frank Moss Her husband Dr Evans Is liking a course of medical lectures in Louisville Mr and Mrs H A B Markbury and daughters Misses Alilo and Des sic attended too dedication and beard the lino sermon of Rev G C Lorlmer at Uarrodsburg Mr and Mrs W H Murphy of Stanford and Mr and MM Bordello Powell of Hustonvllla will arrive today to bo the guests of Mr and Mrs C Thompson A tennis club is the next probable or ganization In this city The world It stoma Is resolving Itself into clubs and societies galore and Lancaster is not the least in this mark of progress The Big Four Minstrels who gave their Introductory performance heron the lUtb under such unfavorable circumstances have concluded to re peat tbo entertainment Monday night by special request Rev Joe Hopper who began a pro- racted meeting about a week ago at Paint Lick Presbyterian church still continues the revival with One congre ration s and much interest Thorn have been several additions with u good prospect of an Increase Tbo venerable Mr Harvey Yantls of this city Is very probably the oldest in the county being Dlat his next birthday Nov 13 He suffered an in jury from a fall some time ago from which with the InQrmllles of ago boI is now a confirmed Invalid Tho Confederate Veterans here baveI organized what will be known as Dave Logan Camp He was a captain in the Southern army and his camps ny was recruited at this place There wore 12 charter members and Alex Doty was commander and J H Arnold adjutant The will of the late J Fleece Robin sop was probated hero In the court Monday and his estate was divided as follows Three hundred dollars lo his nieces and nephews oneseventh to tho children of his deceased brother JobnI Robinson oneseventh to the children of his dccnasca sister Mrs Anglo Cook oneseventh alike to his brothers Messrs Alex Joe Jacob and Thomas Robinson J F Robinson and J B Paxton of Stanford aro admln istrators of tbo estate which amounts to 805030 and they receive for attending to the settlement 82000 each IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert Lanbam aged SO died In Casey this week John Moore aged 70 died suddenly Shelby City tho other night C N Smiths sate In the Central Kentucky Carriage Cos omen In Dan vlllo was robbed of 1350 The Danvlllo News says that Bruce it Bright of that city sold to Forestus Reid a station wagon for 8450 The Elks and Masons of Danvlllo arc figuring on building an opera house and lodge rooms to cost 835000 Jacob Tuseey of Middle Fork Jackson county fell In Rockcastle river at Livingston and was drowned Ho was railing railroad crosstles Wllllo White the six yearold son of Mrs Richard White of Madison was fatally wounded by tbo accidental dis charge of a gun In the hands of an old ed brother A postotllco has been established Ward t Pulaski county with J II Cooper as postmaster and at Whltlock Madison county with J B Lcdford a postmuuer Burglars entered and robbed the new Methodist parsonage at Burgln and re lieved too Rev A P Jones of bis mon ey pantry supplies and about every thing In the house Clifton J McLecr of London will on May 1st assume management of tno Windsor Hotel In Paris Mr McLeor has had 10 years experience us a hotel man and Is highly recommended Mrs Howard VanArsdale of Mercer emptied a doublebarreled shotgun at a Negro who entered her house and after threatening her stole a lot of valu shies She thinks she bit the rascal tDo not leave home on a journey with 1outn bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era Diarrhoea Remedy It Is almost certain to bo needed and cannot be pro cured while you are on board tho cars or steamship It is pleasant safe and rella liable For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists received at Washington by Inlantforeign missionaries killed In China during the recent disturbances Includ lag children was 186 Of these 28 adults and eight children wero Ameri cans Vr 4r 1r rJi = hW = l t IsI1Te E Sell 11fj lMjfJ IftfPAYS TO TRADE AT jiIT j J GLOBE vis rMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Iii hYour money back If youre not satisfied fJj MILLER HIRSDH Danville I CoICodM 1 t 8f1 ii iiI t4 + Gyr yfa ylt e OO ti i Pretty Feet aaqtl0aiNp one is well dressed shoesnice b VNo ones shoes look t nice unless they F1fiIIt fI a And we believe YOU j 1a no one can fitd t IiI 1u As well all we for we think you will agree with us when we say we Jt baye as many shoes as any other two houses in town The lasts g are the newest and most comfortable In every quality from a 5 dollar brogan to our Ideal Patent Kin at 14 00 Iak tiPtarour terms are CASH a to 1 r H J McROBERTS tor y711r tr Ii Sr ttfR rttktakt lr lsV rAtrl a t 4 st f ei ti Sij QG j tjIBOYIE NIJIIOLS 0 L GOVER NICHOLS DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforOUB REPAIRIACi DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for tho renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stcring Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed ountyDurlnlmel bere and are tIe associations undertakers J S Goude Is the agent for Lincoln county Phone 175 1 e A C SINE 1 CONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest aed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that 1 have been in business here 1 carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough laud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered ee Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Cultivators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Dint Mr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Democratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep reseritatiee M F NORTH r For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Glierif M S BAUGHMAN For Atsettor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON INDIANAS attorney general seems to be about on par with her governor and his keepsakes Fugitives Taylor and FInley Somebody thought the attorney generals opinion worth something and asked him concerning Ourblns honoring a requisition for the fugitives and he answered as follows My opin ion is tbat requisition for Taylor and FInley will not be presented If they were I know what I would do and do quick I would never surrender a man to a State where there la no pretense of a fair trial as the constitution prescribes The Ripley trial was concocted for effect Speaking of tho requi sition for the fugitives the Glasgow Times asks that if the governor of In dlana still refuses to surrender them why not offer a reward of 5000 or 810000 each for the men who are In dieted for the murder of a governor of c the State It strikes us that the most drastic measures possible should be resorted to to show the governor 01 In diana that Kentucky has rights that must be respected Taylor and Finley should be brought back to the scene of their crime for trial If it has to be done by force Let Gov Beckham see that the laws of the State are no longer defied A REAL romance which shows that all the pretty love affairs are not con fined to novels has just reached the climax near Paducah Thirtysix years ago an Ohio soldier now are tired capitalist was wounded in battle In Tennessee He was taken to a real dence nearby where a little girl nursed him and to whom be became greatly attached He recovered and returped to his home where a wife and children awaited him The tender minIstra- tions of the Kentucky girl were often referred to and pleasantly dlecanted upon A years ago the mans wlfa died and recently a longing to see the girl who bad done so much for him caused him to set out to look for her He succeeded in his search after much difficulty and found that she was still a maiden fancy free Then be laid siege to her heart She surrendered it unconditionally they were married Tuesday and as the novelist say let us hope will be their fortune and they ever afterwards lived happily TilE pension commissioner H Clay Evans who Is to be removed because ho regards his oath and is not willing to uclock the U S Treasury and bid tho would bo pensioners walk in and help themselves says there arc more pensioners on the roll to day than at any time In the history of the United States The number of persons draw fog pensions Is 095000 which is 1500 more than In 180S when it was thought the list had reached high water mark The amount required to pay his army of pensioners Is now about 150000000 a year and constantly growing This Is a great country but such a drain Is sufficient with Its other growing ex penses to throw It into bankruptcy THE Mt Sterling Sentlncl Democrat has taken a backward step returning to the weekly Issue after being a semi weekly for several years The reasons given are that the financial returns do not justify a twicea week issue and tbat country subscribers generally prefer a weekly The expense of a scml weekly Is nearly double but it must be a backward and behind the times constituency that would prefer a return to the hebdomadal Issue THE assassination organs are making a desperate effort to prove that Gov Bradleyfl turndown for the U S judgeship was not on account of his testimony in the RIpley case but the more they lie about the plainer the charge is shown to be true The exgovernqr can afford to lose out for such a reason BUttsQed that ho will In the ond come out more than conqueror IP the charge that he sold his vote for 150 is true Hon E Wilson speaker of the Tennessee House Is a cheapbaby Indeed He would make money by moving to Kentucky and get ting the republican to elect him to the r legislature i Tim Lexington Democrat of yester day under the heading Bradley An gry has the most complete and truthful story of the treatment of Gov Bradley by Hanna and his crowd that has over been written and ought to bring the blush of shame to the check of every honest republican In the State TI- the president has been a willing tool In the hands of the crowd determined to humiliate the exgorornor because ho was too honorable and high toned to do their bidding shows the manner of man who occupies tho highest office in the land Ho may bo president do jure but Hanna Is president do facto THE deed Is done The president yesterday appointed A M J Cocbran of Moysvllle to be judge of the now Federal district James H Tlnsloy ot Barbourvlllo district attorney and S G Sbarp the turncoat and traitor of Lexington marshal It Is not a very Imposing layout and If the republican leaders do not repent the action In sackcloth and ashes we will acknowl edge that we are neither a prophet nor the son of one Tim appointment of Judge Tinsley to a Federal position will give Go Beckham the appointment of his successor who will doubtless be James D Block a capable upright and fearless man NEWS NOTES Lexington will have a Belgian Hare show May 15 16 and 17 New York will reduce Its tax rate to 1125 the lowest since 1855 Fire destroyed the opera house at Dallas Tex Loss 100000 Mt Vesuvius is in eruption again and people are locking to see it The Secretary of the Treasury ought 125000 short term 4 per cent bondsSo this month 44 banks have beenI the South four of them in KentuckyIThe robbers who held up a train at Bridge Ark secured over 3000 in bootIEllsba Wbtttakerwa shot and killed In Jim Mlzo Par ticulars unknownIThe home of John Edwards nearI dingo mines burned and his littleI daughter perished Black Jack Ketchum the trainI robber and murderer Is to be hanged at Clayton N M today William D Nicholas who shot andj killed Owen Bradley in Lexington was discharged at the examining trIalIFrederick P Fish will become presi dent of the American Bell Telephone Company at a salary of 100000 a yearI Five great powers Including Ameri ca have notified Venezuela that they not the decisions of herI courtsIOne member of the family of John James was burned to death near India napolis and four others were frightful ly burned The franchise tax on Kentucky rail roads will be assessed on 80 per cent ot the capital stock based on netcarnlngs 06 per cent A Porto Rican says the people In tbeI Island are starving and that fathers sell their daughters to keep them from dyeI ing of hun erISupt E B Doak has sent out notices to the judges that the Houses of Re form are full to the limit of their caI pacity 2GO InmatesIExCashier McDowell hold for defal cation refused to leave the Irvine jail when he could have done so with four other prisoners who escaped- A river captain was killed on his boat by a man whose Inundated house was being washed by the steamers waves at Parkersburg W Va A cotton mill trust with a capital stock of 500000000 and which will Include factories both North and South Is reaching the launching stage The regular army will be increased to approximately 70000 men It will be left at that number unless more troops are needed for the Philippines President McKinley has pardoned Joseph H Wolfson a noted New Orleans lawyer who helped loot a bank Wolfson is at present In the regular armyNearly all the straw bats worn in this country are made at Baltimore The industry there represents a capital of about 1000000 and employs between 2000 and 2500 workmen Robbers held up a train on the Choc tow Oklahoma Gulf road near Memphis shot a Negro porter badly beat the express messenger and secured about 3000 from the express safe Since the Lucas petroleum geyser was struck in Texas January 10 last 00 companies with an aggregate capl tal of 23537000 have been formed to develop the oil resources of Texas A company of State militia was mus tered In In Catcher county near Boones Fork for the purpose of cap turing and bringing to justice the members of tho Reynolds band of out laws Among the floral designs Bent by friends as tokens of esteem for the late newspaperIof Virginia with whom Col Belo fought a duel during the civil war A mob of 100 men forcibly entered the courthouse at Springfield Tone toViC Wvatt Mallory a Negro from the officers guarding him and hanged him from the courthouse veranda As the rope grow taut with the Negros weight each member of the mob fired a shot Into the swinging body Ho had fatal ly wounded o white man The Ohio wits feet at Cincinnati end rising at last accounts John Allen was fatally injured In a runaway In Cumberland county The residence of Ray Wharton at Mltchollsburg was badly damaged by Ire MT VERNON The lateness of the republican pri mary Is worrying some of the boys Bill Cunningham was acquitted of the charge of murdering Henry Idol Jesse Bullock aged 68 died of pa ralysls Wednesday A clever man gone to his reward John Brown J M Woodard and others have arranged to put a telephone exchange In at Barbourvlllo A metallo circuit to London will give them connection with Contra Kentucky Fifteen miles of tbo lino is already up The agitation hero for turnpikes which has been carried on hero forI some years by the Signal Is beginning to bear fruit The road from hero to Longford will be the first to be started The county court has made an appro prlatlon for this road and when It Is constructed the people can see what good roads can do for them William Newcomb aired 83 the last member of the family of Mows New comb died at his home near PIne Hill Wednesday morning Ho and his brother Miller worked for severalI years on perpetual motion and made several machines that ran for many hours before stopping Both died In the belief that the discovery would beI made some day The Sparks Quarry Company com posed of local people owning rock crusher plants at Sparks Quarry and Mulllos Station are putting up lime- kilns as well as a saw mill with barrel machinery They will not only manu facture barrels for their lime but will make flour and other stock barrels for sale to the surrounding flouring mills lime works etc Elzf Woodall formerly operator on tho L N now of New Richmond Mich was here this week with his bride Miss Hazel Slaughter of Crab Orchardbas been delighting telephone subscribers of Mt Vernon London and other points with her splendid song which are very much enjoyed WIl- lIam Henry Warren E tesburg Is the greatest fiddler In that community The closing exercises of Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute began the first of the week The building has been adequate to hold the crowds attending Dr Ewers who baa charge of the school Is an Instructor and manager of ability and our people appreciate his work and will make ovary effort to en courage him In the continuance of aIfirst class school Tbo Institute Is a fixture and Rockcastla proud of tho fact The enrollment of pupils hasI been largo and next session will find a much larger attendance Mrs Dr Pennlngton has been quItej ill Judge McClure Is better Miss Rhoda White has been with her aunt Mrs Hobbs in Lancaster during the past two weeks Wllllatn Owens the sewing machine man has been serious ly George Johnson the Brush Creek merchant and his wife are ableI to be around after their Illness Ed Albright one of Brodhcads best cltl zens who recently returned from Cin cinnati and established a business Is wo are glad to say getting along nice ly Rev A J Pike Brodheada pop ular preacher was hero Tuesday R L Brown our splendid young attorney Is back from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky Dr Chllders the clever Lexington physician and Dr Benton who dispenses doses to Brodhead citi zens were hero Wednesday POLITICAL Commonwealths Attorney Frank Parsons of Louisville Is dead He was a cundldate for the democratic nomination for county judge- A bill has been Introduced In the Pennsylvania Legislature for tho re moval of the capital to Philadelphia and for the conversion of the present Statohouse Into a lunatlo asylum- G R Homphlll ono of Powers clerks during the Taylor regime suede State for three months salary but Judge Cantrlll held that he had no cause for action and must look to Powers for pay Tho proposition to hold a constitu tional convention In Alabama for the purpose of amending the election laws 90 as to disfranchise the Ignorant voters carried at the election held in that State the majority being about 35000 The president made 588 appointments as 1st and 2d lieutenants in the regular army All the appointees are serving or have served with tho volunteers Fourteen are named from Kentucky The list Includes M B Wllbolt of Nlcbolasvlllo J K Watkins of WII llamsburg and S C Cardwell of Dan villa The suits brought against Jno Beaty and M M McDaniel judge of election by I 1I Golden R L Blakeman sad Jeff Davis alleging damages of 810000 for being refused ballots at the repub lican primary election In Knox county were dismissed by plaintiffs without prejudice The reason they were refused ballots was they would not take oath that they supported the republi can ticket In the last presidential elec tion L t A Death Sentence On High Prices at i The Louisville S oresjGreat Closing Out Sale J Is the cause of our Immense Stock being reduced rapidly and the Prices Below will certainly Interest you r i 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 DomesticsL- ook nt these prices carefully then como only as you cm these goods will go last at these ridiculously low prices 250 pirns of good calico and dui patterns tlo same goods cost 5 and 0 cents in any other store our special price during this oaloonlv 3c Hoosier cotton full yard wldo4c Best Sea Island and Hoosler cotton full JoYard 7Jc quality go now at Co Mnsonville Fruit of the Loom and Hope cotton 6teI 200 piece of apron gingham the belt Amoslccg brand at only 5c 200 plecon yard wide percale worth lOc and 12 jo yard for this closing only lieI It is imjmslbte for us to mention evcnI article In our store but we guarantee to veil goods in our house for money than any other merchant can buy them CorsetsI10 dozen msscs corsets 60c quality cut to 21cISPECIAL 600 failles corsets in white drab blAck blue and pink long abort tad medium walted well worth SOc our special price for this isle 25e All 75c corsets redncotl for this sale at 49 edits All 31 corsets go In this sale at 76c Table Linens NAPKINS AND TOWELS Flue white imported Irish Table Linen Incites wide in a number of beautiful loral worth 50c yard our price w5efKed and white and blue and while table linen guaranteed fast colon well woith 60o per yard at only 25c Napkins at almost half price Big re action In all kinds of cotton and linen towels Lace Curtains 49c Full 3 yds long extra good value for fl during this great sale at 49c Ben Hackett sold to James G Gra ham his 220acre farm near Frankfort for 810000 Mrs Waverly Hamilton sold to Duddcrar a mare for 905 She FoxI buy a gentle horse or mare After experiencing a Hood stage 0 and 71 fret in 1SS4 Louisville and Cincinnati are prepared to stand with a good deal of eqacimlty 32 and CO feet in 1001 Louisville Times John Lucas who was brought back to Danvlllo from the penitentiary to testify against Manson Cox for horse stealing will likely be pardoned the trial showing that ho Is not guilty of the charge for which ho was sentenced McKinney Roller Mills- J B McKINNEY Prop ldo8iane9 Xy Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Hhlpatuff Ilrnn Chlck an Feed Sc Prices wry reasonable Cut torn grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do U and work guaranteed can hove your old vehicle made new tar very little money J II OHEFil Stanford Ky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees EhrulM Hoses Smell Fruit Aspuragua Hhubllfb- and everything toe Orchard lawn and Our dell Prices right as we no agent but soil direct to the lamer tleneral nursery nnd sp4ClalKtruwllCrryualo uo on appU cvtlon to f in- Ihono 270 Lexington Ky OGDENSBURG8787 Record 22SJ trial 222 by Mambrlno Iatchen will make the present season at my farm SIO to Insure a Llvine ColtO- gdensburg Is a fine Individual with plan tyot action The people know what a breoderhe U end will take advantage of tho low price at which ho stands Will alto a lino jack at 88 to Insure Urine colt Seo my stock baton you breed M S UAUOHMAN Stanford Ky EAGLE BIRD UnilLE BTAUION Eagle Illrd Is a seal brpwn hands high heavy mane nnd tall Slrud by the Great KINO EACIIE winner of 40 slut Thus Eagle Illrd was only ahowri onu season and won 10 or 12 bluo ties Sell him before booking your mares Ho will make the present season at Tho L naughtnanfl Danvlllo on tho Lances ter plkoIAt 10 To Insure a Live Colt Will also stand s Unitclass MULE JACK at to Insure JOHN L IIAUOHMAN Danville Ky Miscellaneous 1000 pieces line white and colored heading regular lOc He flUIJtylt Laces and olubroll lest than rlco comO and see them Gilt Belts never known before to sell forless than 3Jc for 10t Wo Lave 160 Delta to close out at lOc Wo have rccurcd 12 gross of Fountain Pens which are worth f160 each For this great sale they will go at 25c Pearl button the kind you par lOc for in any other store we have only 600 doon left It Cc Celluloid collars worth lOc closing out price tc 4 ply collars worth 16c closing out price 5c Menl Suspenders 16c quality doling out price PC Silk finished suspenders Sac quality at 15cMens fancy sox 16c quality closing price ony 60 tinyand brown mixed sax worth lOc closing price Ie Mens undershirts light weight wild everywhere at J5c doting price out lbs weight will bo- c1QHd out regardless of coot It will pay you to get thwo gouts for future use Sale of Dress Shirts eighttitferenlII to 126 all go In this groat talc at lOo 10 dozen negligee shirts regular SOc ami The quality reducers to 3tc Mans work shirts light and dark colon at 100260 3 c and iSc worth double the money Mens ply linen collars regular loc quality reduced for this great sale to 6c Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Kid Gloves nil sizes and colon worth from il 50 to f2 your choice at Cc 160 pain ladies kid gloves worth from f to 1125 toclooc out at only 49 cents Ladles dont miss the greatest kid glove bargain of the 20th century Shoes t Our shoes are better and cheaper than ever before This Is your chance to buy n good pair of shOts for almost nothing 600 pairs of ladles cuitum ullldualDJlleIshoes such as Vnl A Son Strlbley A Co Pingreo A Smith and the celebrated Thomas Ikiliurt Shoos worth onlyQUeumplchoc49o a pair cI=200 pairs inenn lino and coarse shoes worth 12 a pair In this sale ISo Ladles misses and childrens theta priceMensanti tan calf antI vial all go at GOo on the dolltr Dont miss this groat shot ae Great Clothing Sale It takes very little money to buy n suit of clutlic or a pair all jwiit nt Tho Jjouisvillo Store Owing to tho fact that we want to close out cnulilo ua to greatly umlowll nllof out competitors Our clothing is u1 strictly custom made mid no fault ofIItho goods that our pricos urn low you would only anno nod fo these goods you would bo convinced that fho Louisville Store t tho dionp t toro in Stanford 500 paint oleos nnd boys cotton worsted pant worth 81 roducod to fOe UOO mire boys c1loiol1worttflt- nntt cawmicro knco pnnt nutdr to soil nt LOc our flntiglilcr price 25c- lf 0 mens lino stilts mule to sell nt S 10 wo havo 12 diflbront colors to select from at 116- 7f boyssuits regular S2 quality reload to 98c Meals vory line custom made suite nt SOflfi 87nO and 8075 worth double the prim we nsk I f CLOTHING I Our Spring Stock of Clothing contains all of the Newest Shades and Patternsiand Children Come to us for your Spring Hats 1ShoesCummins McClary j I Housecleaning Time i When Springs fresh verdure and the eallytprimrose and VIolet on the lawn shames old carpet and makeshcyou revolt at relaying it is time the soul longsforfresh for her floor cover selling t rugsandprices is the best time to secure them Look at our Fine Furniture Wall Papers Picture frames Carpets Rugs Etc I W W Withers Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIID KY Ainu 201001 OUIt prescription work Is unsurpa PenoysDrull I IPERSONALS Frankfort traveling for a Stcreoptlcan Co C M YOUNG of Highland went to Loulivlllo yesterday ATTOHNKV J W DROWN of Mi Vernon was here yesterday Mil M K llLMlHUKV ono of Lib r ierty clover driictl te hero ARIA Witinirr of Huitonvllle vliltini relatives In Loulnylllo- Mlip HKTSY noniNSOv who has been III for eomo time Is slowly Im proving TUB Advocato ays that It O Den ny will ride tbo Elk goat at Danvlllo tonI rht MKR J M ALVBRSON who bns been quite III with u avore throat trouble It improving Dll W A UltoWN of ParkHvlllc passed up to Mt Vernon Tuesday to I 1 vliit relatives Mil AND Mlts J 8 WBLLS of Dan ville attended tho Bailey entertain moat last night Mil JOt BECK who Is nttendlni a dental collcKo at Louisville returned homo yesterday Mil WILLIAM BUUTON has been moved to Joseph Price Infirmary whore t ho II doing nicely MIIH O J NFWIANU went up to LlvljR loo yesterday to see Mrs W T Morrlmcc who Is very 11- 1Mits JAMHS DIt TON wife of the collector ut Danville and children are N 1with Mrs T M Pennlogton Mil AND MHS A TntiiiuK of JUDO b tlon City woro hero Tuesday on route to Hlohmond to visit relatives a Rev W W Hrueo of Perryvllle will preach at tho Presbyterian church at HuBlonville Sunday morning Mlts N II l1tlE and Mr Kd Price of Garrard are with Dr A S Price who continues to slowly Improve MIRS Suit Oonul who spent the winter with her brother In Prlncoton Is with her aunt Mrs J C Hays MISH ilKTTiB WKAIIBV who Is at tending College at Laxlnptou pant loveral days with Mr George II Far rls His friends hero aro sorry to learn of Mr Max Salingers severe Illness In Louisville lie was Improving some at tail accounts LITTLE Miss JOSUPIUNK KKLLKII was considerably hurt by a tall she re calved while playing on tho College grounds the other day MIss NBTTIK WHAY is back at tho Exchange after a months visit to friends In Danville Huslonvlllo and other points The much needed rest was a great benefit to her Miss GAKRU MAY lliTAv of Little Rock Ark who will be maid of honor at the raarrlaco of MUs Isabella Hal Icy to Dr Harviellc Wednesday next arrived this week and Is Miss Baileys guests Mils ALICE NEWLAND Mines Mollie Brooks and LUzio Bcanley and r Mcsars W A and J 0 Brooks of Crab Orchard enjoyed Mrs Cecilia Kpplnghouscn Baileys delightful fOlet1 of song at Walton Opera House last nightAT a recent meeting of Thomas W Napier Camp of Confederate Veterans Col W O Welch and Mr George P Bright were made delegates to tho re at Memphis and Judge J W 1union and Mr Ed S Stagg alternates Kato Alcorn was chosen sponsor LOCALS KID Glove at Severance Sons ILOW prices on shingles A C SIno ChrUroans plants lllgglns t McKinney t I shove women Somo thing new Cummins McClary tDA corn oats and all kinds of feed cheap for 10 days only J II Baugb man Co Tug United Daughters of tho Confederacy will meet with Mrs J C t IC Uays Tuesday Mth at 811d THE cases against George W Walt and U G Hail were continued at Dan vlllo yesterday until next court ALBERT KIHK formerly a conductor on this division of tho L N died a few days ago at Central City Ho war I raised in tho May wood section WKhavo Persian Lawns Wash Or gandies Figured SwUsSIlk Organdies Laces of all kinds for trimming for graduating dresses Severance fc Sons LEG DROKHNWhiloplaying wit his schoolmates at Turnorsvllle Wal ter the slx ycnr old son of John S Murphy fell and broko his right le between tho kneo and thigh r LKCTUIIE Bear In mind that Mrs Frances E Beauchamp president of the W C T U of Kentucky will lee I turo at the Christian church hero Sun day afternoon at 3 oclock A larg lngIspeaker BLACK Silk handkerchief found This ofllco e WOVEN wire oak picket fence A C Sine a FINE candles Just received at War ren Shank iMticSH adocandies of all kinds at J II Meier SEr our now slippers and Oxfords for Ladles and children Cummins fe McClaryaWE have on hand ono Haworth Corn Planter wo will sell at reduced price Carton Pence HAY Will sell hay at 30 40 CO 65 and flUe per 100 pounds for 10 days J U Baugbman ft CoaHKMKMIIKU that our term aro cash Low push prices on feed of all kinds J II Baugbman V Co IlUUT Georgo Young of tho High land section had one of his hands bad ly hurt while working with his engine A has been established at Alum Springs Boyle county Mrs Nannlo Carter was appointed postmas terLoopLook at the label on which your name III printed and If it docs notI read April 20 1001 or some dote later send or hand us the amount duo SAVE money by buying a pair of W L Douglass 11 and 1360 shoes Wo guarantee them equal In both style and wear to any or JO shoo made Cummins ft McClary THE literary and elocutionary enter talnmont at the College chapel by W Powell Halo Tuesday evening was greatly enjoyed by a fair sized crowd Mr Halo Is very gifted young man and a success as nn entertainer DISSOLVED Tho firm of Elder and Anderson at Crab Orchard nas dillIsolved Mr Love Elder retiring Jatt D Anderson will continue tho bUll ness at tho old stand Mr Elder U not settled as to what ho will ongago In Foil satisfactory aI decided not to open an exchange in Danville but bavo opened ono at Urab Orchard whore I will exchange Flour Meal ShlpitutT o for wheat and corn U Patterson has charge of It Morris Fred Farmers Holler Mill Stanford WILSON SKUvi BIBs SENTENCE E K Wilson convicted of killing Miss Mary Uloyd at London by a criminal operation has at last been taken to tho penitentiary after every effort had been exhausted to save him Jailor Grlllln of Ml Vernon took him hence Wednesday MAY 20 Itcuben Quinn who got a death sentence at Danville Saturday for killing Policeman John T Crum has boon sentenced by Judge Saulley to hang May 20 Ills attorneys asked for a new trial but were denied ono aid It U ald they will go to the Court of Ap peals with tbo ease PliOP PowEltsecrtalnmentatthe Opera House Saturday night 27th Is under tbo auspices of the Public School which trots a big per cent of tho proceed for lu library The admission too Is very small and tbo object a good one Go and enjoy tho evening and thereby help a good cause THE Kentucky Growers Insurance Co of Lexington Ky represented by mo Is all right and any loss sustained by those Insured in that company will bo paid The Central Co of tho same place having refused payment some have gotten the two confused but they nro in no way connected I would not represent a company that was not per fectly straight J K Baughman Hustonvlllo MRS SALLIE J lALL mother of Thomas C Dull of this place suffered a paralytic stroke a few days ago and 1ssyears she cant last long Mr Ball la very attentive to his mother and It Is never too hot or cold for him to walk tho eight miles to her homo to goo every week He tolls us ho has misted only 28 Sundays in five years In visiting his mother and spending a day and night with her CALDWELL William Caldwellagcd about 65 died at Wayncsburg a few days since of heart trouble Ho awoke and naked his wife to cook bleomeeggs for breakfast A fow minutes la ter she heard him groan and on going to his sldo found him dying Besides it wife seven grown children Survive Mr Caldwell was a devout Baptist staunch democrat and a good man cv ery way The remains wcro burled In the Double Springs burying ground PACK your trunk have your mall forwarded and meet Mr Powers at Waltons Opora House Saturday night specialhCity so bo on time lest you miss his beautifully andgPowers will chaperone his party thro Now York and Boston snowing tho historical and beautiful sights to bo witnessed In tbcso largo titles of tho illusbeautiful pictures In tho world Ad mission 20o children lOc NEW and u well selected line of bed room suites just received Bcazley tHays WILL sell all our cheerap In 10 or 16 days So come quick J H Baugh man Si Co I AM now ready to deliver Ice dally Leave orders at my store No 207 Main street or Phone 71 J W Per rln a TilE L it N has withdrawn her cheap rates to the Y P S C E at Cyntblaoa May 2 to 5 on account of tbo convention having been postponed m FniENOS of lion Georgo M Davleon will bu glad to know that yesterdays dispatches say that ho has the U S assistant district attorneysblp nailed downyMortltts FIIEU proprietor of Farmers Holler Mills has opened a branch In the George Holmes store at Crab Orchard where be will exchange Hour meal coo for wheat and corn U Pat terson has charge of It TilE case of oadvs Bright pcrempIwas reversed by the court of appeals The decision Involved a legacy of 81 000 and the estate must now produce proof why It should not be paid Till May edition theKentueky White Ribbon Is In press at this ofllce Its talented editress Mrs Frances E Bcaucbamp of Lexington will lecture at tbo Chrletlac church hero at 31 M next Sunday She Is president of the State W C T U and Is a most pleas lag speaker Mils BAtterAoleo audience heard Mrs Cecelia Epplnghouscn Hal ley render a very dllllctilt program at the Opera Rouse lust night and all were delighted Mrs Bailey possesses a rich soprano voice of remarkable rwcetnoss and with her very attractive personnel she charms both the ear and tbo eye The scone from the opera of Mignon In which she portrayed the characters ot Follna and Mignon was a vocallemIeach number and responded several times to encores giving Coming Through the Hyp The Last Hose of Summer nod Old Kentucky Home as sweetly as they were over sung Mrs Kato Halley HulTman was pianist and her wellknown skill added much to the beauty of the entertainment These ladles wore the guests of Mrs Will Severance while here and both will appear at the Christian Church Hustonvlllo tonight SCIKKVISOK OF PlKBS The Fiscal court met Tuesday with all the members present The most Important work of the session was the election of a turnplko supervisor Mr J M Carter ex deputy revenue collector and be was given till May county court to ac cept and make bond The salary was not fixed This new officer Is to have general supervision of all tho pikes and see that they are kept In repair Squire J U Haines was appointed a commit tee to have the Halls Gap plko put In order and Squire W D Wallin the Cbappells Gap pike Judge J P Hal ley and Harvey Helm wero appointed n committee to buy the turnpike bonds of tho Issue of 52000 and payable In 1003 if they can ba had at a reason able rate W M Bright qualified as county treasurer for two years with Dr J D Owsloy surety The delin quent tax lists returned were awarded to E K Lawson In the Stanford pre clnct W 0 Watts that of Waynes burg J D Swope Hustonvlllo and J M Eaten Crab Orchard they to re ceive 33i per cent for collecting A railroad ticket was bought for a pauper named Hill who wished to go to his folks In Piilaskl Tile court agreed to pay half tbo expense of sending Miss Mlddlcton of Crab Orchard to Joseph Price Intlrmary provided her treat went did not extend over two months The court only remained In session a day CHURCH MATTERS Tbo Rev Geo S Scarce pastor of tho Versailles Baptist church and a widely popular minister la dead Roy J W Uaglna subject Sunday morning Is The AllSulllcloncy of the Gospel at night What Must I Do to be Saved The Christian church has secured tho services 6f Rev It G Frank of the First Christian church Philadel phla to assist Rev J W Hagen In a protracted meeting hero from Aug 11 to 2olh Tho catalogue of the Southern flap tilt Theological Seminary for tho see aloe of 10001 shows the number of stu dents to be Pal representing 23 States and four foreign countries Kentucky lends with 47 Tennessee follows with 21 Tho Dr Uuntor McGuIre memorial annex to the University College of Medicine in Virginia will bo ouoned May 1 It la to be used for clinical work and Is the most perfect In the South being finished in pure white thing and having a seating capacity of over 000 u A dispatch from Indianapolis says that Marlon W llosoi aged 60 years of Uarrodsburg Ky was locked up as in sane The hotel proprietor saw nothing wrong with him at drat Ho Is well dressed and looks like u man of excellent family POSTEDM- yfarm la posted and I warn all that I will not permit flailing huntlntor trespass Ingof any kind on It Highland ADMINISTRATRIX SALE ILIerklnsofLancasterWednosday May 1st at 10 oclock sell at public sale hit personal of household und kitchen furniture farming Implements and stock and about 2JO barrels of corn Bald itock Includes about 16 large tat cattle stock cattle cows and calves and about 300 ewes with as many lambs Said cattle sheep and corn will bo told In numbers and quantities to suit IlUrcha elM At same tilDe and place will rent In convenient boun grasslandamount on six months time with notes bear Ing 0 per cent Interest from date and hav lag approved security Ior Information call on the undersigned or Taylor House on attorneyiancaster 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE TheJ M Phillips property corner East Main street und Logan Avenue In Stanford will be divided Into eight lots und told at public auction at oclock p m SATURDAY MAY 18 I9OI Threo of the lots are SOxlpO 00x100 nnd 48x100 nnd front on Main street The lot on which the house stands Is 123xlG The four lots that front on Logan Avenue are OxlGs and all of them are desirable Plat of lots can bo seen by calling at Mr 1hll Ills residence They will be offered separately nod then as acceptedTKUMS and IS months Lien retained J M PHILLIPS Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE DKMKirrKiX foiled 194 IS bands 34 lathes high wH Ile nuhoginr Uy with Mack pnlnu a motel In torn nosMiulng tbit womljrful itylo chiHcirrltllc of the Chanter liars ftuiiljr whhh the world acknowledges ulerior to all IeplltillonlnlinK IBIDT Woe tin In lilt thrrcyeirold form he look 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky la barnru he It vtrr lylUb with great union and N quite speedy Iwlli In harness and uoderaaddle We belief the pub lie li now aHbnlwl an opportunity to secure the service of the raining young itillkm of the day at sprkc within reach ol llilrlDg a class of colts won uiatuird tbal will Ml mdllvonour Kaiurn spireratrti iiiHKKSlrrl by the famous Chester Dare No 1o2 8 II II he by lIIdt Squirrel V he by Illick eagle It be by King William 67 be by WMblneton l onllk 61 he by lalnea Denmark and by Ilare hone IVnnurk tS bj Im rte HeJgfforJ lit Dam Mule b Welebmon- lyo cast A IL be by William Welch ail be by It sdika llamblrlonlan Welchraonti lit lout iatilineby Aluiont by AUIallab Mewcrgrr 3rd by DillsVermont dill Thoroughbred Will make the season of at lawn Mere stock Farm miles West of HiiitonTllle Ky An DradtordiTllle A lluttontllle pike At 515 to Insure LlvingColt Mirntrdelorperelwith forrelt Inturanra and money baronies due at time of such tranurllon Mares from a dUtance kept a JJ per month Ural log bill must be tore removal of mates Mares lntruile l will rvctlTe my personal atlenton last am not mtwniible for accident or eocaplr C CAltlESTLIL MARION SQUIRREL Marion Siulrrel la 16 hand high and bone very heavy mine suit tall solid black without one Roes ill the galta with high style and plenty ol action and U lrlHlIy sound anda model In every point and particular III first rolls hue retched maturity and are snowing whit they am aneL soundest and best horses on market bringing the bigbeit prices of any combined horses on eart- hhlsaatasxMarino Squirrel wn aired by old Illick Siulirel its by lllack Eagle by King William 67 Ac Inack8quimre1etint dun 5lollieeubr llrowna UUblanderZd dam by Me 1lIIitblalr be by fluids blander Marion tlulrrel lit dart br urea loantaln noted saddle horse 2d due by Hughes Edwin Forest NOTK lllack S ulrrel la the tire of more noted aadde horses than any other horse In the world smith at HlghlaDl Denmark now standing at S40 a waton Cheater Pare aundlng at fll lied Sjulrrel fU antJanueiaytheowner of Highland lieD uttrk says that rlon Niulrrel li nearer a perfect model and more like the old lllack Squirrel tban soy of hli get that he ha ever seen and that we should stand him at a price equaling his brother and yet according to the low price that others stand at In this county we will stand him In reach of eterylody at tbe extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt Money due when roll la foaled or snare parted with Mares traded or removed fiom his county forfeit the Insurance sad the money la due All week iIT mare owners to call and see him be lore breeding Marion Squirrel will mike this lesion at our italics In Stanford J K II BEA7IEY THE Queenn Crescenti Route Nand Its connecting lines to the PanAmerIcan Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov lat 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will bo announced later Tho Ian American tho greatest Amcrlcdn Expos- Ition Blnco tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway I NIAGARAI Free Reclining Chairs Cw a M wlklloo rlae s ewp- n5a UIU r IMda44 t w a fWe Are The People For Embroideries and Laces When shopping in this line remember wo carry stocksecond to none also line of Ladles and Childrensa Fancy Lace Hosiery I f f Fancy hose In the lace effect will be very popular this season and just at ofIIooIenDeessSilk Ac comprises everything new this season and must be seen to be appreciated Remember we sellfThe Best X100 and X150 Kid Glove IOn Earth and fit them in the house We handle tho best goods we can buy no thcddics and ask only reasonable profits JOHN Pe JONES Stanford EmJlim Lklb 1l1 tl L L tDs m 1 GoToI m I I Silks Dress GoodsJ Wash Goods Corsets Kid Gloves Hosiery a a UnderwearFine Fine Linens EmbroideriesAnd Laces m Prices always the lowest 1 5 1iJ lJ7CCs il hPirtte7Lk1bTJ l3 il19iJ r iTHEa- ttona1VIooky Investment Co IHCORPORPTED 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 Stop and Read This Carefully I A Gigantic Record Slaughter Clerance Sale is golnn on at the Racket Store Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with Roods the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties will now have the chance to buy Good Goods at Low Prices I Such ns Dry CJoodn Notions Clothing Hoot and Shoes tats and Caps Ladies and Utnls Furnishings cut to hall price Come while these great bargains met Watch for our circulars The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Ginsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French Coach horse Stud Rook of America also In Kopubllque Franchise Haras Natlonaux No 12S03 Winner of first prle at time National Universal Exposition 1arls iSOT mind In 1S08 com pctlnc with over 60 talllons Imported by M II ft Co Chicago In ItOS Color bug with small star black points 164 bands high weighs In working order 1335 pounds foaled April 2t isos Urcd by II Lemeland of Commune of Huborsvllle department of Lamorchl got by tho Government stallion Frnusei dam Chnrmantl by LePard second dam by Revolution QUASI will make tilt present season of 1001 at my farm 21S miles from Stanford on Hustonvllle pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR SI5 TO INSURE LIVINC COLT Mares kept on grass at 50c per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accident or escapes Dorscy trolcUlust 12052 Full Brother to Estcllc 210J Sired by lloadl Golddust 4100 by Oolddust by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadt an Importtil Arabian stallion Oolddut dam Is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of GalTs Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending tram Justin Morgan on j both sides the lest family of road horses known Porsoy Golddust If a dark bay full la hands high and weighs lJOO pounds a and uniform breeder of hlgh class road i nod Eastern horses combining all qualities for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prices Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford at SIO to Insure a colt Will also stand a goad Ovule Jack at 87 V REID Stanford Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUBEE Si SAN Trers JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts tReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS u D SIMPSON Pror i Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds flpleid table Everything firatclasa Porters meet alt trains 89 f 1IuIpup THE TOOff JOURNAL rmbuhaT1aaowp awa Fxia 4 1 PER YEAR CASH r t0 When not lopaldeaOO will be charged Entered n the poit offlce at Stanford at eeond eau maU- erWOOL WANTED Wo want nil the wool In Lincoln county and will par the highest prtco for It Call t at J II ward L Ooa Stable In Stanford for sacks BOONE A GENTRY Call April 10 and 20 at PRUITTBROSMORELAND An see In addition lo Furniture etc Mrs G B Pruitts LINE OF HATS I I I TOJ WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We hereby state tlmt the Dlj5 Plow sold by n Carpenter Is Just ds far superior to the Is Oliver as the superior to the cradle W 0OOIVAN- J 8 GOODS 8 M OWES A S PRICE I Dentist Stanford Ky OffloeoT UcRoborUDrug Store In the Owsley I lialldlng ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Ii McKinneys Ston Telephone No 48 J H WARD CO NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St SUnford PNew sad stylish Turnout Rites reasonable tteotlon to IruelloSpecial ngleef S eds Sec andbOught Il 20c lloagivnaUatockleaoatrourealablo tt Phone 9- 6ADAMS FISTULACURE Manufactured by J W Adams k Co Paint Lick If a guaranteed sure cure lor horse and mules Fistula Pallevll Scratches Saddle Dolls Hard nnd Soft Enlargements Greasy heel Distemper 3c For sale by W B Mcllob erts druggist Stanford K lIumpbrev LIberty o M Thompton Ringavillel A Caldwell Dunn Dros Dry- antsvl1le Ky F H Compton MlIledgevllfe- Geo K Jeter Mlddlebnrp Cash d Mc Olnre TurnersTllle J U Vanhook McKIn ney Farmers Roller Mills STANF03D E7 MORRIS FRED PKOPBIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I itl grind- Ing am ready to do anyand and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour lloal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc and I solicit alowestAt the very share ot your patronage promising to gIve me the bestyou but bear lu mind that I need your MORRIS FILED Prorpatronage J+ G + McbMY UNDERTAKER r Manufacturer and Dealearln HARNESS SADDLERY e Q Stanford Ky DrsaSlavinPhillipsOSTEOPATHISTS Will be In Panrllle Mondays Wednesday and Fridays Will In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urdaya Other In the leol1ln Ion llulldlnjStanfordOI lice hours to to OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr of KlrHTllle Mo depends on the- prlnclpleaofAnatouyand Ihysloloy for Ita re suits It r ulrea no no drug no rubbing no surgical operations claIm ping fupr blhteopathy views man u a machine of so many to adjustment When all partpars are adjusted and not orerworked health lathe result Some of the dlseawe treated lIy us Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Ithcumatlsui Catarrh Weak Eyes Granulated Lids Goitre Heart Liver and Diseases Constipation Enlarged Prostrate all stow- achandlntesUnaf trouble OlOln and Jolnll Paralf1Ufncontlaence01UrIne LocomotorAtax ty Consultation Fne 4 ERDILLEHADANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices u Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKYH- orses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD SY- CapltalStoak 150000 Surplni tlOOOO Thus Institution originally established as the Vt posit Bank of Stanford In 1353 then reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford In 1865 andagaii eorganlced as the First National Dank of Stanford n 1832 hat had practically unInterrupted exist ante for 41 years It la better supplied now wlti facilities for transacting baslneaa promptly and arally than ererbeforaln 1U long and honoiab career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries tndtndlTldualssolldtedDiRiCToas F ReldLtncoln Co JW Hayden Stanfo- rST Harris 8 H Baughman JSHocker TF Ulll WP Walton W A Tribble J UColllerCrabOrchd Ju Robinson Hubble M DElmore Stanford torrictas J S Hooker President J J McBoborta Cashltr BEAZLEY Fs HAYSX- TlTDBnTASBES DEALERS IK Furniture Mattings Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or the cloth urnlshedI you to make your own suit or waist My samples oIcloth as large and varied- as can be found in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And the prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line of samples for men New Goodso f All Kinds Now Arriving for spring w ar Clothing Hats Car pots Mattings Rugs Dry Goods bhoos Slip pors Etc JAMES FRYE Huslonville Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 100000 Companodouily for Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such muteslyDIR CTORS J B J SOwsle Sr JN Slenefee A W Carpenter W H Cummins J E LynnS Stinks J K Cash J It Owslcj OFFICERS S B J DOwdeyCtuhier Aast Cub i A Private Letter Made Public I hand you herewith I cash in pay ment for the I Jup to March 1002 I am glad that your brother W P Wal ton is a candidate for railroad cotnmls stoner Hope every democrat In Lincoln county will voto for him and I think they will as ho Is a firm man It would not surprise me If a lot of ROW republicans voted for him We have a few gold democrats at this place wh thought the Kentucky democrats wore abusing W S Taylor too much hut since the Ripley trial I have not hoard them speak of Taylor It seems like the Rlpley trial bas put a quietus on their speaking members I was for M F North for representative and advised the people of Lincoln county to noml nato him and they did Now I advise the democrats to honor W P Waltoq with the nomination for H R commis sioner and you will make no mistake We Texans are all good democrats We can not vote In the race but we have plenty of oil we can furnish to light up the way for Mr Walton to run This snot necessary Give him the track and ho will do tho running Ha will run clear to democratic headquarters I am for Mr Walton I know him w be a gentleman and a true blue democrat Texas has been blessed this year with oil and bugs Wheat and oats have been completely destroyed In this part of the State by bugs and tiles The farmers are preparing for a largo cot ton crop This county raised about 600000 bnshels nf wheat last year average price was about COc Value of wheat was nearly 360000 Valley View people bought and shipped at 400000 bushels of wheat at COc 8240000 paid out here at Valley View for wheat alone saying nothing about oats cot ton and live stock Will be no wheat shipped from here this year as It Is all dead The farmers arc preparing for a large cotton crop If the cotton Is a fair crop and brings a fair price trade will be 25 or HOper cent better with a cotton crop than It would have been with a wheat crop A cotton crop puts lots more money Into circulation as ItI requires a great amount of labor and the laboring man is the man that puts the money into circulation Laboring men are coming In hero nearly every day from other parts of the State and from other States Some of the farm ers have given their land free of charge this year for cotton They do this In order that the land may be In shape to put in wheat tbls year Wheat does well after cotton The weather Is warm and nice In Texas today The trees are green and tbe leaves on the trees are almost rrown I notice in the I J that many of the Lincoln county people are avI Inll for Oklahoma I expect to go up nyself In July or August or as soon as the land Is opened up McWHEAT PULASKI KY Wheat had Improved ouderfully during the past month and ho prospects are good for a fair crop Oat sowing Is completed with about the usual acreage sown Most of the corn ground Is ready for the harrow and a ew acres have been planted Pros lects are favorable for a large fruit crop regardless of the snow and freez Inlr weather of the past few days A serious epidemic of measles visited this section this spring and we note the eath of three Infants of the disease and a number of older children In a serious condition Hogs and cattle are very scarco In this section and command a high price Quite a number of our young folks took In the excursion to Cincinnati last Sunday C B Mar cum will visit Lexington Cincinnati aDd possibly relatives In Indiana the omio we krG C S What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys Ie Chamberlains Stomach and Liver fableta fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in cOect For ealp by Craig A Hocker Drucxist The Louisville Law School graduat cd 22 young lawyers Monday W A Rico Dead The Dally Senttnolnl Grand Juno tlon Col contain the follow Injr 110 lice of the death of W1 flee n rol ntlvo of Dr J AnAr Ule ol till plaza This community was thookod nllil grieved this morning to learn nt thi death of William A Uloc ono ot tin most esteemed cllUcnt ot Mesa twenty Colorado and one of tie pioneers Kr ly In January he had an uttAolc ot arlp which loft his system In n run dowt condition Friday ho was taken 11 with an attack of pneumonia nnd Iron It ho never recovered gradually sink leg until his death lie was never of n very robust physique and tho dltcatc when once fairly under way soon claim od him for its own Ho was born Ir Missouri In 1810 and came to this county among the pioneers of the Western slope of Colorado In 1SS2 For man years he was engaged In the retail lulu ber trade In this city associated wltfc his brother P A Rico the firm name being Rico Bros They did an exten sire trade A few years since the part nersblp was dissolved and tho deceased retired from active business life to the farm Ho was Identified with the pro hlbltlon movement In this city and county Uo was one of the earnest and honest workers In tbls movement and no ono questioned his motives He wit friendly alike to all classes having many warm friends among those engaged In the liquor tralllc whom hi valiantly opposed On each recurrlnj municipal election be was to be seen on the street In his own carriage doing work for the cause of temperance the motto pinned to the back of his car rlago Tho Saloon Must Go Had be been other than the most guilder man hIs professions In the cause ol tcmpnrance might have been questioned but they never were BUFFALO BILLS WILD WKST and Congress of Rough Riders of the World will show at Lexington on May Sib Reduced rates from all points on the Queen L Crescent Route between Junction City and Willlamstown Ask ticket agents for particulars CATAUUIl CAN NOT UK CHIEJI With local appllcatloisas thy ran not reach the leatol theduMM Catarrh Is a bloctor constitu atonal disease and Iti order lo cure It you must take Internal reracdtea Italic Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and arts directly on the Wood and mucous aururt Halls Ijuarth Cure Is not a quack infdlclne It was prescribed by one of the beit physicians In this country for years aol Is a regular Is n H1 ol the tonic koowemmbined with the Wit Mood purl Beri acting directly on the raucous surface The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh nd for testimonials free K J Cuaa fir A Co Pier Toledo U Sold Irk Tie Hairs family Pills are the be- stJUMBO I will make the spawn with myUne Jack umbo Will serve mares or Jennets at fit o insure a living colt HERO Hero is a fine mule jack Will serve mares at Si to Insure a living colt ZDoBoo My line yunjt jack neDoe wilt serve a ew mares free of charge I Seasons due when mares are sold or parted with Pasture for Jen nets 45 pr month I will not be tesponilblo for accident should any occurB B KING Moroland GALTON 12910 Standard and roistered Sired by iaiubelta Ilke2l9 H tire ofUulnette iiW little Loraine 2001 Eyelet 200J and 97 others In the 2M I- Infll data Patsy Held grandam of Alice Wllkes and Alratu 2s tir Knfleld sire of d In 110 ad the dm erIeIn2iorbettsr Swond darn Uy Kentucky Price Jr sire of J J 170Lemonade JriTj andotben and dams of 2 In the Third dam r Did Joe sire of the due J J 2J7i lambetla Wilkes and ilaujh ersha euuln the 230 list Dalton rarrlra Ibe ilood of four leadlUIifmlllCl Wllket llambleto Ian Swleyi American tar lie It a great show horse at hleen tested n the show lilt colts are fast and fine wllh great action sadsrrtrommanding the highest rlcta The rs In sue ntlonatthellutUxiTllleand Danrllle tilts and hue ireinlumt for harness classes onr1I oilierOne of hit colts won a t7S a fliP take and a fa premium and another beat the real Jane Carter that J Crenihaw paid Jl or and aUo beat C C Carpenter old for JVK In the sweelntale niton baa proven great cross on saddle scares at he Kin thelll hh action and gilt Come and se Ills cults hare drerillng Will stand at my stable 2 miles rest of lluttonvllle on IJradlorJivllle pike at 510 To Insure a Living Colt W DODD Huitonrllle Ky W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand At Lowest Prices WfLL PfPER Pf bOP The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from the hcapest to the most expensive made We have In our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possible price Hu also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A L GIBBONS DanvilleUler Wlrd Deutch Gespochen J G BANZIIK Clerk tr We have ono ot the largest and boat selected stocks of f VehiclesEver brought to Central Kentucky and aro prepared to show you Carriages Buirgles Iloatl Wagons Carte Etc at exceptionally low figures Wo also carry an excellent lino of Farming Implements Including Farm Wngonp Tooth and Duo Harrows Plows Hollers life In fact everything in the Implement line used on the farm Wo have our own 1 uliber Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber Tires Much cheaper titan YOU can good to the city and Lave it done and also save you freight charges Cull when you aro in town Bruce Bright Danvilleb 0 COOOOOO OC 000 00O OCOOQQ 00 NEW FIRM T II n 0 tp Having sold n half Interest In my buggy and implement bmltms to p Mr A M IVncethe new hnslnoll8 will be conducted under C Q the firm namo of 0 1 0 GMSOJ PEtIGE + ob O Vc will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of Q- I Buggies Carriages Harness i 0 Also Fnrming Implements In addition we wll handle ill kinds of 0 oj grain Coal Oats nay etc Hoping you will favor the noI0 firm with your patronage remain Krspt Yours W A CARSON Of 000000 0 w 00 T 00 OQ000 000 000 tl e Shirts Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky a eeeaaaaaa aaaaa vN1141M71 1 K1 tiNNf1111 1t Wo Have a Full Line of i Ledgers Journals sr s Day and CashBooks f d ForthoNewYear Good goods at LowJPrlce Pennys Drug Store i TELEPHONE NO 2 tCRAIIGS MCCK JRo rt1IilG lYwiSbS Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varni shesf Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PRJICEs Son etlin NBWIJ IT WILL MAKE HARD WORK EASY Alter a good deal ot persuasion r de cided to try the Popular Wher stud can truthfully say it U the greatest Invention of the kind made The pride at first premed high hut after a trial I am contvinced It is very cheap IBB E J Bnowjf IOn SALE BY GEO H FARRIS CO New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain DayWherc You Find Everything Perfectly Fresh And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us tW W SAUNDERS CO J q iI Phone 88 110 West Main Street I N