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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I rVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 30 1901 9 A M NO 19 IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES S The Marlon county grand jury has returned 85 Indictments for poker play- Ing In Lebanon Wm Easloy of Clay county wad arrested In Jessamine county for soiling 4 whisky without license Levi Ulckoy got a judgment for 1500 In his suit for 15000 against Mrs Jen nlo Dlllobay whose vicious dog It le alleged bit Illckoys daughter Advo cateIt Is said that a Lancaster man sent the following note to his family physi clan My wifes mother la at death door Please call and tee If you cant pull her through At Richard Robards sale at Perry tstile a bunch of 000 pound cattle brought 6 05 fat hogs 617 slock tinge from 5 to 0 and 200 barrel of corn In the crib 240 Advocato Mrs Kelt Adams McKlnney1 pupils will glvn a contest at tho Danvlllo op r era houio Saturday afternoon May 11 The roost worthy contestant will bo de cided by ballot and will recolvO a gold pin Advocate A cocetablo succeeded In serving on Gen Casilus M Clay n writ of attach ment on his bank account for 11200 In favor of his daughter Mary Il Clay u which amount Is alleged to bo the val ue of her household goods which the general refutes to surrender The herculean task of transporting from Allgood on the Nashville ft Knoxvlllo road by wagon a nino ton pumping plant for use at Spurrier toI e force oil through 55 miles of pipe line Into tbo tanks at Somerset has just been accompllehedJourual Engineer Dan Crlsroan and Fireman John Matley were killed In a freight wreck at Burgin The brakes on the train let loose and It ran Into tbo engine which bad left It and was taking water at tho station demolishing tho cab and tender In which the men were Both lived In Ludlow George W Colbert who married a daughter of Capt Frank Riley pro prietor of tho Illloy Hotel at London Is dead He was formerly a newspaperman at Washington Ind but the last years of his llfu wero spent In develop leg coal mines In Eastern Kentucky He was a well Informed man and a very clever one W J Sparks Cothe Kockcaitlo county steno crusher men have a con tract for breaking 116000 worth of ballast to bo scattered on this and the K C division of tho L ft N Spark ft Williams are erecting a largo limo kiln at their vrubr and will endeavor to burn a carload of limo a day which will give employment to 100 men Mrs Harriot Gibson died near Picas ant Hill Mercer county in the 103d year of her age She was born April 22 1703 In Faulkner county Va Her remains were Interred In ohawnce Hun Cemetery near Burgle Mrs Gltwon was an Inveterate cob pipe smoker for threequarters of a century and rook cd several pipes of the homegrown tobacco a few hour before bur death up to which time she had been In per feet health A dispatch from Danville says W L Benrdsley of Uarrodsburg who has been In New York for thopust few days getting capliallsU Interested In the proposed electric roud from Harrode c burg to Junction City has been inc Danvlllo with three representatives looking over the territory A deal lion between them and tho Electric Light and Waterworks Company ol llarrodsburg If the deal goes through the electric plant at Hurrodaburg will probably be transformed Into a powerhouse The road if constructed will render the trade of Boyle county tribe S utary to Louisville Instead of Cincin nati as at present Marion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large Importer of fine millin err nt 1C 3 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late severe weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me until to at- tendv my work during the day One of my milliner was taking Chamberlains c 6 ugh Itoiuody for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly tint I bought nine for myself It acted like magic and I began to improve at once I am now entirety well and feel very pleased to acknowledge Its merits For sale by Crnlg locker Druggists 1 An editor over In MI url printed a Item which stated that the man who WAS hugging the hired girl bad better atop or his name would bo published In a few days about 25 filtlzons paid up their subscriptions and told tho editor Ho pay naalientlou to the foolish stol ries going aroundEx LOW RATES TO LOUJSILLEAc count May music festival Tickets will be sold at one faro for the roundtrip from all points on tho Qreen Cres cent Route Wllllamstown and Som erset May 13th and 14th Ask ticket agents for full particulars James Doughlaa Held known as tbeI father of the telegraph la dead u CHURCH MATTERS Hov Sheppard will begin a protracted meeting ul tho Baptist church In Crab Orchard next Monday night The Northern Presbyterians wilt strike from their confession of faith tbo statement that some aro born to bo saved and other to bo damned Tho Catholics of Louisville Sunday complied with the tapes decree by marching through the streets and vie iting four churches a custom observed once a century as a means of obtaining forgiveness of sins Thomas M Marplo struck up a song In a church In Marlon county which was not u religious one and ho was In dicted for disturbing religious worship but the pastor refused to prosecute him and he was dlsmlsseJ- Hev John Jasper the Richmond Va Negro preacher who made a reputation by trying to prove that tbo sun do move left an estate of 1000 to his wife He could easily have ao cumulated a fortune but would accept only 1000 a year from his coo resa tlon Program of Lincoln County Chris tine Cooperation to be held at Huston vlllc May IStb 10 A M Devotional Exercises 1015 Addrcsi Bra Geo Mills HWK General Discussion on How Shall we Secure the Cooperation of all tbo Churches In the County It 1050 Report of Evangelist 1110 Address Bro J Q Montgom cry 1135 Reports and Pledges of tbeI Churches 12 M DINNKIt I M Devotional Exercises 115 Address Bro A R Moore 140 Address Bro W T May 200 Address Bro H C Garrison 225 Address Bro Joseph Ballou 260 Closing Remarks by Bro Joo W Hagln- P W CARTER Chine MATRIMONIAL G JAustin and Miss Sallle Brad thaw were married Sunday Ex Congressman Oscar Turner 01I Louisville Is to marry Miss Mary Jane Caldwell of Springfield III May SIJames Cotwell twlco a widower andI t5 years old and Miss Bctlio Smith aged 21 were married at Obedlah Smith Sunday Miss Molllo the handsome and ac complished dsugntor of Mr and Mrs John Farmer proprietors of tho Mul line Hotel and James M Bunn of Junction City were made one at tho homo of tho brides parents Miss Molllo Is one of Livingstons mot beautiful young ladles while Mr Boon It an employe of tho L k N R n Co and Is vary popular with bis employers and tallow associates Livingston Cor Mt Vernon Signal A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENG LAND I consider Chamberlains Cough Rem edy the licit in the world for bronchitis says Mr William Savory of Warrlngton England It has saved my wifes life she having been a a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time confined to her ld She Is now quite well It Is a great pleasure to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy to he able to publish testimonials of of this character They show that greet good id bolngdone pain and suffering relieved and valuable lives restored to health and happiness by this remedy It is for sale by Craig it Rocker Drug gist If W S Taylorcoward and poltroon and accused murderer has ougbtto say In his own defense let him take the witness stand In Kentucky and toll ex Gov Bradley and Judge Yost to their faces that HI ploy lied Let him tell Culton to his face that ho lied Let Taylor prove If ho can that circumstances oven more damning than the testimony do but lie that his flight was not confession of guilt that all men are liars save Wm S Taylor cl dovant governor of Kentucky at pre sent a fugitive from justice outside the borders of that Slate Albany Ar gunSOUTI1EilNBAITIsr CONVBXTKW NEW OmIANSLow rates one lara tho round trip to New Orleans and re turn Is announced by the Queen tCrescent Route for May 7 8 and 0 no abovenTickets will bo on sale one faro for the round trip Finest trains in South are at the service of Queen Crescent pa1 irons Ask ticket agents for partlcu Tara What most people want Is something mild and fcntle when in need of a phys ic Chamhnrlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets 011 the bill to n dot They are easy to take and pleasant in cflect For Bale by Craig A Hockor Druggists Mister So you saw some boys flab ing on the Sabbath my young man Did you do anything to discourage bemIt Small Boy Yes sir I stole their baitItEx LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Dogs killed 500 worth of sheep belonging to J II Boggs of Jessamine Sales of 105 bogs at 5i and 102 at db aro reported In the Hurrodsburg Democrat Emmett McCormack bought 28 135 pound hogs at 5c and sold to D C Al len a cow for 127 O P Huffman bought of ET Pencil a bunch of hogs lu Bo and some of W n McRoberts at sumo Lutes Co sold to D C Allen two carloads ofhow at 5c that they en gaged last January std to 4 jo J J Allen sold to A D Root Jr 130 ewes and 105 lambs at 465 for the ewes with the lambs thrown in The cotton crop Is not believed to have been Injured by the recent frost in Mississippi The other crops were not Injured The Danville News says that Richard Cobb bad a mule colt to foal n few days ago by Black Cloud that measured three feet nine inches high At tbo sate of the effects of O IJ Per kins deceased near Lancaster tomorrow will bo sold about 100 cattle 300 owes and 300 barrels of corn Chas Lutes of the firm of Lutes fc Co was In Pulaskl last week and bought a pair of thrcc year old mules at 1140 and some fat hogs at it C5 Ho also bought some catUo J W Boyd bought of Jamee W Hen eker 33 ewes with 47 lambs at 87 Henry Williams of Hedges sold to Green Lynam 125 hogs weight 200 pounds atfijc Cynthlana Democrat Oral by Imp Order dam Ganges by Hindoo property of C V Gentry dropped last week a bay colt with slur and narrow blaze by Russell the sire of Miss Bennetl conceded to be thoI best filly In the Wet last year The youngster besides being an excellent Individual Is ono of the best bred ones Kentucky will show this season NEWS NOTES L ft N stock went up to 10Jj In New York yesterday Thirteen new beet sugar factories are contemplated In nine States Tho gold production of Cripple Creek up to date Is more than 8100000 000Up to March 3 1001 the war revenue act of Juno 3 1803 has produced 8230 504447 J G Cecil of Danville sold to Gran berry of Tennessee a road horso by Gambetta Wilkes for 1100 James Callahan ws ucqullled at Omaha of complicity in the Cudaby kidnapingA has been organized with a capital of 500000 to develop oil fields In Indian Territory Maj Ballance who mustered In the Kentucky troops for the Spanish war has been made a brigadier general Whllo playing ball at Madera Cal F E Klrkpatrlck collided with nnoih or player and was Instantly killed A child at Wllllamslowo W Va chewed up and swallowed a 10 bill Tho parents were worse hurt than tbo child by the highpriced lunch IRIS Eminence won the Derby at Lou Isvlllo yesterday In tbo good time of 207 Sannazarro was second and Drlscoll third A great crowd saw the race At Corinth JOG McClanahan struck Henry Hatcher over tho head with a sled standard and killed him Instantly The boys had been wrestling and Mc Clanaban got the worst of it Permission has been granted by the war department for a bridge over the Ohio river at Ashland provided the channel span clears 750 feet The final surveys are now being made Dr E B McCormIck was sued at Hoptdnsvlllo for 5000 damages by F W Jpncs who alleges thai Dr McCormick concealed the fact of small pox being In a house at Owcnsboro The Mechanics Savings Bunk at Westerly R I did not open lu doors yesterday and 2000 depositors are wondering how much they will receive The failure Is duo to bad Investments The camp of tbo Insurgent general Collies was surprised by Capt Chase of tho 21 infantry but Cullies escaped Flvo of his stall and 14 of his men were taken and a major killed Tho Americana lust two killed President McKinley and party left Washington yesterday morning on their long journey to iho Pacific coast A great crowd cheered enthusiastical ly as tho magnificent train pulled out of the depot at Washington An Ashland dispatch says tho sad deaf sight of the Hood was a funeral cortege on water at Central City W Va All the boats obtainable were used for a funeral N D Etllng died and the funeral wus held at tbo Meth odist church After the services tho corpse was placed In a boat and taken to the cemetery a distance of probably one mile A lame shoulder Is usually caused br rheumatism of the muscles and may be erjI LANCASTER Miss Al Anderson has recovered suf ficiently from tho trip to make a visit and left Sunday night for KooxvllleI News has reached hero of the death of Mrs P W Spencer of New Alba ny but until about two years ago a re sident of this place Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Cbrlsllan church will meet on next Saturday afternoon with Mrs Cal Ne vine at the New Garrard Hotel T S Anderson W B Northcutl J M Lear Mrs O Miller and children and others took advantage Sunday of the excursion rates and visited Cincin nati One or two farmers of this vicinity have been losing their cattle by a peculiar and unknown disease There has as yet been no diagnosis of the malady Tho C W B M Auxiliary will hold Its regular monthly meeting on next Wednesday afternoon The subject for consideration will be Mountain Mis sine VorkIt Mrs Betsy Nevlus of Stanford who Is visiting her daughter Mrs E N Dillon is quite John L Doty Is convalescent after an Illness from chills and fever Mss Elizabeth Mason has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Scott of Jessamine Miss Mattie Beazley of Crab Orchard has been the guest ofI Dr and Mrs W S Beazley Bob Patterson a colored man for years in the employ of the Ward Flour log Mills died Saturday of consump Lion and the burial took place undayI lIe was a faithful workman i The school census has just beeb com pleted hero and the number of white children enlisted In Lancaster Graded School District 21 for the year 1001 Is 300 Males 144 females 105 Next Sunday Is Homo Mission Day for tho ChristIan churches all over the country and Elder A R Moore asked that all his members should be prepar ed for the collection on the 5ih G A Swlnebroad bought a nice bunch of shoals of T L Sanders at 5c Clark Co have delivered here at their warehouse within the last week several crops of tobacco at IromI Otolcperlb Miss Willie Bell Burnslde conducted the Christian Endeavor on Sunday evening Several members will attend the district convention which will be held in Danvlllo on Friday and Satur day May 3 and 4 Miss Amanda Anderson whole teaching school at New Hope near the Mad leon and Garrard line will close the term In two weeks She will have ap propriate elocutionary exercises and a picnic on the last day Dr J B Klnnalrd has purchased the lot lying back of his residence and extending out to the Sugar Creek turn pike It was bought from W B Mesa and tho Negro cabinon it will bo torn down and It will bo added to the doc tore rear premises Elder Andrew Meldrum preached at McCrcary Sunday with the probabllliy of accepting a call from that can grella Lion Ho Is a bright young minister a native born Scotchman just having returned last fall from a visit to his folks in the old country The anniversary celebration of the I O O F on Friday evening was pro nounccd a decided success The ad drcises wero par excellence the music exceptionally good and Ibe banquet un surpassed In its tempting viands and aesthetic arrangement- sR E Hughes of Louisville son of M D Hughes of this city Is In charge of the Knights Templar Conclave to be held in the Falls City In August Mr Ouches was for years in the news paper business In connection with his father in this city and deserves much credit for his success tn the journalistic field Gov Bradley Is now at home after a recent sojourn in Louisville Rev Charles Reid of Denver Col Is visit Ing his parents Mr and Mrs T W Reid Mrs Juliette Rogers and Miss Christine Bradloy are at home again after a trip to Cincinnati and a visit to tbe Grand Opera The noted divine of St Louis tbo Rev Dr Sneed who Is to deliver the closing sermon In Juno to the theolog ical students of the Loulevlllo Presbyterian Seminary is a nephew of Mrs H A Price of this place Ills parents now live In Sedulla Mo but woro for merly Danvllllans his mother being a daughter of Mr Blllle Stewart who long years ago was a worthy and old time gentleman of Boyle county The Eighth District Kentucky W C T U will hold Its annual convention at Livingston beginning tonight April 30 and continuing through May 1 and 2 Revs C H Palmer and G W Young and time State president Mrs Frances E Boauchump will deliver addresses and a number of delegates will bo In at tendance from all parts of the district Mesdames G M Patterson the die trict president Mh K Gill E Price and others will represent Lancaster r TYTVATVTVITV yTVI 1 T t 1h =t v Ut i tS eI l JJ IlltJ l ClothingeI l And Furnishing Goods tats Shoes All of these sJ timeminutetthe best for the price Come in we will convince j i styles in all linesrt r t ire 11i1iRepairingt LJ flIsi tjj mILLER HIRSDH Danville m i1 Successors to J L Frohman Codl Qf ScfSJ t s S 4t r f wZi = ji e l1 4t Pretty Feet a It ft fy s t 1 No one is well dressed without nice No ones shoes look nice unless theytll S i And we believe no one can fit IShoesFIt a a IYou x IfT o As well as we for we think you will agree with us when we say we 4base as many shoes as any other two houses in town The lasts II- t the newest and most comfortable In every quality from aedollar brogan to our Ideal Patent Kid at II 00 t 0ctrOur terms are CASh H J McROBERTS t rtn ii QI yt4 t4n+ a t1 j rktsi4t10 j ftt t60a tjBo ILJ t1 1iII = J 3 1 BOYLE KI3HOLS O L COYER NICHOLS GONER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforCUE BEPAJEJAG DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol storing Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurlnlmembers and are time associations undertakers J S Goode is the r gent for Lincoln County Phone 175 Mft eems A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for 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 and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered aa Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford a v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Democratic Ticket y SrrlnfOrtGEOt FARRlS 1 For Reprttenlatlrt M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For Cvunly C1erkt GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Ghtfiff M S BAUGHMAN For A xttor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON TilERE was an Impression outside of the State among those not fully Informed and who read only papers that Were criminally or maliciously ignorant of what the real facts are that Taylor is a much persecuted nan and that ho has Buffered not a little for the great principle of civil liberty as construed by certain republican peanut politicians This sentiment has undergone a chance which is evidenced by the press all over tbe country and which Is aptly expressed in Bryans Commoner The testimony of Gov Bradley taken in connection with the other clrcum stances in the case makes it very clear thaT Taylor was aware of the plot to assassinate Goebel lo will shock the public at large to know that there is conclusive testimony connecting the executive of a State with a ecnemo to assassinate his political 1lval So long as there was no positive proof the friends of Taylor might excuse themselves for refusing to believe him gull ty but In the presence of such testimo ny as that furnished by Gov Bradley and corroborated by Judge Yost even the most extreme partisans of Taylor will be silenced TUE Memphis Commercial Appeal which pretends to be democratic plays for applause from assassination presses and the groundllugs by constant flings at Judge Cantrlll Its latest contribu tion to the liars column hi The rule in Judge Cantrllis court seems to be this If you were in Frankfort when Goebel was killed you are guilty If you were not in Frankfort when Goe bel was killed you absented yourself because you were guilty A paper that originates such rot la meaner than the Louisville Post Comparison could go no further GENERAL SIMON BOLIVAH BCCKNER is reported as having stated that It was money not evidence that convicted the persons who conspired to kill Gov Goebel Lexington Democrat We hopti the old man did not say it His course In the last few years has alien ated him from nearly all his former friends and such a remark as the above would damn him till he Is deader than ever in the estimation of those whose opinions are worth considering UP in Jackson county where the democrats have no more show than an Icicle In hades they held a primary Saturday which Is described as notonly hot but bitter A full ticket was nom inated and there will be as hard a fight as If the democrats were not confront ed with an adverse majority of over 1000 But thats the way to do Con test every Inch of ground and let the republicans get nothing they are not fully entitled to TilE commissioners who selected the location and superintended the erec tlon of the Eddyvllle penitentiary have at last got a verdict of 3000 each for tbelr services Judge Cantrills court awarding It Friday They ought in stead to have gotten an indeterminate sentence in the institution for locating it where they did IT Is given out that Gov Bradley will enter the race for U S Senator As between him and Deboe It will be Bradley first tbe 250 pounds of salt pork as the misfit Senator Is familiar ly called no where The one has brains and the other bowels only FOR seven long weeks President Mc Klnioy will earn his 350000 a year sal ary traveling over the great West seo ing the sights Much sympathy is felt for these pour overworked potentates COL BRECKINRIDQE gives Turncoat Sharp a certificate of good character and Steve can doubtless give Turncoat Billy a similar certificate Par nbbllei fratrum THE Louisville Post complains that Powers and Howard sleep in the cage with the Negroes In the Frankfort jail That Is bad on the Negroes t Editor Rosewater of Omaha says t that Mr Bryan will be a candidate for governor of Nebraska next year r r POLITICAL VanBurca Carter has been appointed postmaster at Ebenezer Mercer teen tyJ Will Wright has secured Deboc endorsement for postmaster at Bowling Green who was on Gov Bradley staffElmer Barrett Bryan of Indiana has been appointed sUl1 Qlent of Normal Schools In tbe PhfHpplges at f3 000 a year John G Fitzpatrick assistant United resignedICI hfsadcddssOrrGov l will likely remove SuU McCormick of the Hopklnsvlll asylum becauso of immoral relations with an attendant Notice of contest was served on Mayor Rolla Wells of St Louts by Lee Mcrl wether the Municipal Owenershl partys candidate fur that olllce Chairman Alllo Young of the democratic State central committee has do clared Dr Frank M Beard to be the chairman of the Shelby county democratic committee thereby sustaining Col Jack Chino district committee manIMr Bryan says I am not planning for another presidential nomination If I were I would not be editing a paI per If I ever become a candidate again It will be because It seems recIessary for the advancement of the prIn cipals to which I adhere and that does not now seem probable MIDDLEBURG Fruit was not the least hurt by the late cold snapIG S Dqrbhm k Co havo added a stock of millinery to their business hereRev Bell preached three interesting sermons at tbe Christian church Sat urday Sunday and Sunday night Rev L W Purdom had a severe hemorrhage of the lungs last week andI there is much fear that his health isI goneOwing to the unfavorable weather fishing in the river here has been poor this spring Only a few good ones have been caught We will more than likely have anI epidemic of measles hero A little daughter of Rev and Mrs L W Pur dom is down with that disease Circuit Clerk James Giboney andI wile of Liberty came up Saturday evening and spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J C Coulter W P Keeney went to Lexington last week on bust ness ADDITIONAL LOCALI KID Gloves at Severance t SonsI LOW prices on shngles C Sine NEW Band Laces commencement dresses LOST can slipper No 4 Leave at this olllce TilE Dowager corset is sold by JIP Jones FINE candles just received at Warren d Shanks DONT fall to see the new Hanan shoes for ladles J P Jones TilE Junction CI Rimed Men realized 150 on their supper Friday night M O VANDEVEER had a number ofc chickens stolen a few nights ago shoesfor women Something new Cummins McClary SEE our new slippers and Oxfords for Ladles and children Cummins d McClary TUE fire damagea me very little and I will be found at the old stand ready and glad to do blacksmilbing for you Frank Richards THANKFUL rWilliam Daugher ty Is very thankful to the fire laddies and others who worked so hard to save hIs property on Friday nl htcTHE attractions theSomerset Street Fair were hold up yesterday on account of a demand for 8200 a day cense It was finally arranged and theI show will open in all her glory todayI Six IN TUREEG Proctor who drives the McKinney hack tells us that the fast Northbound passenger on the Q C has only teen on time six times during the three months he has been making dally trips to the above place TilE Advocatemistaken Mr Walton tells us ho did not say ho went to Somerset to establish a ntwI paper but simply to close with Editor F J Campbell of the Journal to putI In a new piant for hla wellestablished paper FIRE AT RoWLANUAt 040 thisI morning Judge T L Sheltons band some twostory brick residence and hotel at Rowland was dfscovcrcd on fire and now all that is left of it are the largo brfclf walls A defective Hue in the kitchen caused the trouble and there being no water plugs in the town Judge Shelton and his friends had to propertyfurniture was saved The building was JudgeSheltonathe third fire In this section recently and It would be well to watch flues and use every precaution to prevent another TUE C W B M will meet at the lecture room of the Christian church- at 230 Wednesday CORRESPONDENT WANTED The INTERIOR JOURNAL would like to secure a good wideawake correspondent at Hustonvlllct Address this paper for terms and particulars EYE REMOVED Mr Max Sallogc proprietor of the Loulavlllu Store who has suffered greatly with his eyes has ma1borilE Richmond Register says that Rev J M Bailey captured a loon on the Springs lake on his recent visit to Crab Orchard which U attracting much attention In that city for tt beauty and rareness Tim young gentlemen of Stanford will give a hop at Waltons Opera House Thursday night In honor of Misses Carrie May Rltan of Little Rock Ark Edyth Young Griggs of Ottawa III and Ella Wingate of Midway FOR S loEREElINoJohn Hen drickson who was given a life sentence- at Barbourvlllo for murder was delivered to Jailer DoBord here Sunday for safe keeping His case has been taken to the court of appeals and he will re main acre until a decision is rendered Tim entertainment at Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening proved a mot pleasing one and the large crowd present enjoyed It to tho fullest extent The members of Rebokah Lodge are a large share of credit for the well rendered program The drill was an entertaining feature LOST OCT The suit for 10000 against the L t N at Lexington for illllnp J H Raines formerly of this county resulted In a verdict for the railroad During a portion of the trial t this case Judge T Z Morrowof Som erect presided at the request of Judge Parker while the latter was engaged In tearing lunacy cases In another room DOWIE vs 11Aso ont kindly faced old gentleman was here Friday afternoon distributing a periodical known as Leaves of Healing edited by the head of tbe Zion Catholic church John Alex Dowle the principal object of which seems to be to ex ilolt his peculiar doctrine and abuse the Masonic fraternity of which the character of articles shows he Is utterly and stupidly ignorant If the so called healer can present no bettor claim for public confidence than yilll ficatlon of an order that has withstood every misrepresentation and is the one after which all other orders were founded he had as well gnaw a file so for as this community at least is con lerned LONDON AND PITTSUURO A few hours spent In London and Ptttsburg last week Impressed an I J representative with the fact that both towns have grown rapidly since he visited them a year ago London is now a great big place but hardly as large as Fugitive Taylor thought it was when ho adjourned the Legislature there Asa business point it hasnt an equal in the mountains and It is rapidly becom ig an educational center Besides the Sue Bennett Memorial College the Baptists of the county have on foot a move which will Insure another excellent institution of learning They have ought the old seminary and will erect on its site a building to cost 810000 or wore London ranks about first aa the largest starrouting town In the U and she is not far behind in cleverness- of people For substantial business houses and residences few bluegrass towns can boast better There are a dozen good stores one of which does a wholesale and retail business four good hotels an excellent bank two newspapers and more lawyers than any town Its size In thu country Pittsburg hnt so uptodat6 a place as London but lots of money Is being made there Coal mining is the principal business and too amount of coal sent out by the half dozen companies Is very large indeed Plttsburg is John W Bastlns homo and he Is one of the towns most substantial citizens Mr Bastin Is general manager of the Laurel Coal Co Is vice president of the First National Bank of London and is interest ed more or less In almost every pay- Ing enterprise In the county Pitts burg Is considered a suburban town of London but right now they are so- ncar and yet so far unless you go the- 2l miles by train The road between the two places la almost impassable and those who dont care to wait for a train hoof it rather than ride or drive The Pittman Coal Co at Pittsburg is cperlenclng some trouble just now The proprietors have recently completed a track two miles in length to the mines and gone to other large expenses and to their disappointment they find so much black jack that it is not profitable to mine tbo coal Anothor- entry will be driven right awaywbere It Is hoped they will find a better grade of the black diamond and will have no further trouble with the annoying jack Mr S V Rowland of Danville is one of the stockholders in the Pittman Company which Is one of the moat substantial mining companies the State They Read Our Ad Which Means a Visit to The Louisville Stores r Great Closing Out Sale I At earliest day possible They are daily coming for miles around to parry away with them of Uhois at Msard of Low Prices Below Quoted + + + + + + + 0 + 01 + 0 + DomesticsL- ook At those prices carefully then com asctrly us you can an these goods will go fast nt these ridiculously low prices 250 pieces of goal tnllco Ihl and dark patterns tIe same goods cost ou 5 and cents in any other store our special price during this saleonlv 3Jc Hoosier cotton full yard wdo4fc Host Sea Island and Hoosier colton full Rrd wide at onl tic Ytmliwitlti bleach cotton 7jc quality go now lItlo Mntonvllle lonsdalo Fruit of the Loom and Hope cotton 6Jo 200 pieces of apron gingham the best Amoskeg brand nt only 5c WO pieces yard wide percale worth 10c and 12jeynrd for this closing only 6c It Impossible for us to mention ovary Article in our store but we guarantee to tell 011 any goods in our house for less money than any other merchant can buy them Corsets 10 dozen russcs corsets 60c quality cut to 21- cSlECIAtliOO ladies corsets In wilts drab black blue ant pink long short and medium walstcJ well worth SOc our special price for this sale 25c All The corsets reduced for this sale at 4U centsAll corsets go in this sale at The Table Linens NAPKINS AND TOWELS Fine white imported Irish f0 Incurs aide In a number of beunful floral patterns worth BOc per yard our price 26c Red and white sod blue and white table linen guaranteed fast colors well wrath GOo per yard at only 6cINapkins at almost half price re duction in all kinds of cotton and linen towels Lace Curtains 49c Full 8 yds long extra good value for f ilurlng this great sale at 4Uo POSTED farm Ie ted anti I warn all that I wllfnot permit fltlilur hunting or trespass tog of any kind on It JOIN McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky Make and keep continuity on hand tin best of Flour Meal SliliMtulT Ilrnn Chicken Feed Ac 1rlcci very reasonable Cui mm grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Painting Repairing yourbUlCgVExperienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J HGIIFKH Stanford Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSSE J S3U ftori JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass amt Reasonable Hate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lniicagtcr Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplend table Everything firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 The Floe Mule rod Jennet Ja- ckBlack Cloud Will make the upon of teal miles from lJaorllle on Ibe lurnplkp it is to insure a living roll Money due when roll cones or mare la parted with and a Urn retained on colt until waton money It paid Ito U a black jitk with while points years old lal hands h Sired b Tout kcenc it dam by Imp talen 2J dim by Dig Deck bY Col Handy Id dint Heck by UUcK Sam on Col Handy is of the limit1eedingjacklnthecountryone T nrsii KINO EAGLE Ring Eagle is 15 hands and three Inches high dark hay with heavy mano and tall goes all tho gull with plenty of speed style and action Sired by ltoyalllng tat dam Ragle Iliril 2d dam Lion 3rd dam Harris Denmark 10 by Miller Denmark 1th dam Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTE King U a full brother to the- grout Sliver King Alllo O the grant show mIne that sold for 81000 JClngnO los 2d dra U thu dam of Mlnnlo Lloyd the groat show mare that Matt Cohen won uvury where with In ISDfl und sold tar El00 will inuko tbo prosont season of 1001at my stable miles Wont of Stanford on tho Shelby City pIke at tho low prIce of 510 to Insure A Living Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeit In surance and money becomes duo at the time ot such transaction IIl11yIS T HAUR18 SiAwronu Kr + + + + 0 + + + + + + + 00 + + Miscellaneous 1000 pietas line white and colored bending lOc at to Laces and embroideries At less than half trice coma and see them Gilt HelU hover known before to toll for hM than Me for 10 We have 160 ISolts to chose out It lOc We hnro secured i gross of Fountain tens which are worth 160 each Fur this great sale they a Vic Poarl buttons tho kind you pay lOe for in any other store wo have only ftOO dozen left at Co Celluloid collars worth lOc closing out price 4c 4 ply linen collars worth loo closing out price Tic Mens Siupemler loo quality closing out price He Silk finished suspenders 2Jo quality nt 15c Mens fancy BOX loo quality closing price ony 6c Gray snit brown mixed sox worth lOc closing price Ic- Mens undcnlilrts light weight told everywhere at 2oc closing price uut 16c All heavy weight underwear will be do rtl out regard CM of coil It will pay you to get hero gowN for future use Sale of Dress Shirts eightditteranl31 to 41 23 all In this great sale at 10duz n negligee dirt regular 50a and 76o quality rrtluctxl to SOc Moni work shirts light and dark col ors at 10c25o Jilt and 4Sc worth double the money Mens 4 ply linen collars regular ISo quality reduced for this greet sale to 60 Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Kid Gloves all sizes and colors worth from 1160 to 12 your choice at C a 160 palm ladies kid gloves worth from tl ccntHLadleglove bargain of the 20th century + + t1 + gatShoesOur shoes are butler and cheaper than ever before This la your cllnnco lo buy good pslr of shoos for almost nothing lIIall88amlloholSirlhley A Co 1iiigreo 8mM sad the celebrated Thomas Molten Sloes worth t t onlyOOculI1plhlles4H a pair 200 pairs mens fine and coarse shoes worth f2 n pair In this sale OSc Ladles misses and children tlno priceMensand tan calf and vlcl all go at COo on the dollar Dont mho this great shots I5 e Great Clothing Sale It tnk1 very little money to buy a suit of tlotliiw or a jmirodif pant nt A Tho Louisville Store Owing to tho fact that we want to COMJ out eiml Ien us to greatly uiiilorHlI nil ofuur compotiton Our clothing inilstrictly custom innilo and no fault offthe goods that our priww lire low you would only conio ami NO these goods you would Iw convinced tint The Louisville Store is the chenpeet store in Ktnnfonl 500 pair boys wittnti voreted pntiU worth SI rcdiicod Ui I9c aoopl1ir buys cheviot worsted easainiero knee pantu nmde to tell at Oour flnughtor price SSc 150 mens fine suits made to toll nt S10 wo Intro 12 dillbront colors to select from nt 105 76 boys suit regular 8 2 quality reduced to 08c lions very lino custom innilo suits at 8095 8750 and 9hworthdouble the prim wo axk CLOTHING Our Spring Stock of Clothing contains all of the Newest Shades and Patterns We have suits for Men Boys and ChildrenICome to us for your Spring Clothing Hats Furnishings and Shoes We will save you money Cummins McClap- yHousecleaning t f Time When Spiings fresh verdure and the early t ontheold carpet and makes 01youis that the soul of the housewise longs andfresh f selling rugsandprices is the best time to secure them Furniture Look at Winpapers Picture Frames t Carpets Rugs Etc WJJW Withers Stanford L r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n STANFORD KY Antu 30 1001 OUR prescription work la UDHurpass PcnoyeDru5 PERSONALS QN DA weB wont to Lexington yes lord ay Mu KUWIN P MOKITZ loft for St Louis Sunday Mn WP WALTON went to Somer lot yesterday IrMns JA inS D BASTIN wont to Lou Itvlllo Sunday Miss SAIIIK DLUDEKAit wont to LouUvlllo Saturday w Mils N J HoRTON It viltlnp frlonili in JeuomlnoIMRS HANNAH STCUHII spent several days at Crab OruhartlIMust MAUTHA SKVBKANOB Tia re turned from Louisville Miss DAISY VANDBVKKK returned from Loultvlilo yesterday Mil M F ELKIN U working up Mac cabco builnots In Newport Miss HOSA JONas ot Hartwoll 0 It a truest at Mr J P Jones II c llAUaiiMAN and wire of the WClt End spent Sunday hero COL W G WKLUH made a buslnem trip to the mountains last weekIGEORGE M DUIITON of come homo Saturday to tee his father IJoiiN to the wife of Joho P Hubble of the Turnorevllle section a eon Mil JAMES U DCNLAI of Danville spent several days with friends here 4 Mu W T MlLLEll and wife of Mid dleburg were hero shopping yesterday REV A J PlKR of Urodhoad wont to Lebanon yesterday to marry a cou pet Miss ANN SHANKS spent several days with Mrs Emily Goodtoe In Dana vllleIE J IlAMM of n rod bond la beroI representing u plowro enlarKlnp house Ititv S M LOUAN of Mtilillowboro Jolnod his wife at Jadco Saulloys yesterday Dit AND MHB J M HUACK of Knoxville are JulIe at Dr J G CarI onUr Miu W C ELLIOTT of Clnolnnatl was the guest of John P Jones for sov s eral days Miss JHNNIK WAIIKBN has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives In Louisville Mu BMMIITT MoConuAcic of the West End took Sundays train for I Springfield Mil C O BllYSON of Cincinnati pont Sunday with a handsome lady friend here Mu JAMBS WALKHII GIVBNS of MoKlnncy Is having a severe tussle with tonsllllls- V K VAHNOS has been given a l storekeeper gaugere place at W II Traylor distillery MU AND Mils JAS A niMXLHV of Lancaster sponl Sunday with Mr and Mrs E II Ucazley- CKNSUS TAKER J FL POUTMAN Dnds there are 307 white children In this public school district PllOK E L GflDliliS and wife at tended the fled Mens banquet at Junction City Friday night tits NOAH COOLEY who has been I preaching In Texas ls visiting bis lather Mr Wm Cooler SIRS NANNIB SAUKLEY spent Satur day and Sunday with her son Shelton M Saullcy in Lexington Mu TIM HAIIDIN the aged undo of Mr Mark llardln Is critically ill at bis homo In the West End etJUUUe R G WILLIAMS of Ml Vernon was hero Saturday on his way to t Richmond to see his best girl MESSRS J T EMIIKY C U Owens and Wlnfrcd Portman went to Louis ville Sunday to watch the ponies go t round MHSSIIS J C McCLAUY R B Ma hony JH McAllstor Sr and Jr T D Nowland Jr heard Dr Lorimer I preach the dedicatory sermon of the I church at Harrodsburg Sunday Miss EDYTH YOUNO Gitiuus of Ot tawa III oven handsomer than when she was horo two years ago has arriv ed to bo a maid at the marriage of Miss Isabella Bailey to Dr Harvlello on the 1st tin THOMAS M OWSLEY lately ap pointed to a lucrative revenue position ICto on a visit to his father lIon J S Sr before leaving for Phlla delphia where ho will be stationed for n two months Till following young ladles form tho class of sweet girl graduates at the f Stanford Female College this session Misses Virginia Warren Nan New- land Mettle Mcnefcc Susan VanArs dale Maggie Traylor Lucy Hall Stella Ruploy U S DEPUTY MAIIS1 AL W T SHOUT of Ml Vernon who was hero t In a bankruptcy case fought tho fire with as much determination as ho shows in going after violators of tho Federal laws and made himself solid j with tho laddies t Mil JOHN II MILLER has been no tilled by Brig Con A H Sinclair of his appointment as aido on his stall at the Memphis reunion of the Confeder ate veterans Tho honor Is well be stowed besides It raves Mr Miller a II horse to ride In too parade and rc Haves him of the necessity of trying t r walk COL W 0 WKLCII saw the Derby run yesterday MltsJS RICK Is visiting her par ante at Cavo City CiKLLANi KASTLAND of Louisville spent Sunday at home Mil A A McKINNEY joined his wife nt Clifton ForgesVa for a tow days stayAdvocate- LrrrLe Miss LOTTIB CARSON will have a number of her friends with her at a birthday party this afternoon n LOCALS WOVEN wire and oak picket fence A C Sloe RBMKMUKII that our terms are cash Low cash prices on feed of all kinds J H Daughman it Co CAM REYNOLDS for cutting another darkey at McKlonoy was placed In Jill Saturday Ho was held over to circuit court TUB Q k O offers another 1125 rateI to Cincinnati Sunday May fi The Qfubcn City Is In Spring attire and now Is tho time logo mere Wp have Persian Lawns Wash Or gandies Figured SwlesSllkOrgandies Laces of nil kinds for trimming for graduating dresses Severance Sons SAVE money by buying a pair of W L Douglaes1 El and 1360 shoes Wo guarantee them equal In both style and wear to any 15 or 10 shoo made Cummins k McClary WEDOINO PIIIESBNTS A beautiful assortment of goofs suitable for wedding present just received at Hamiltons See his lino before you make your selection Prices always right TlIKHi will bo a box supper at Mack Holmes schoolhouse near Crab Orchard depot Friday night next for the purpose of buying Mrs Reynold Ad ems children some clothing Everybody Invited ladles especially Bring your boxe- sBUTTA loiter to Mrs Prlscllla Brown of McKinney widow of the late Joshua Brown tolls of the death of her brother John T Butt which occurred his home In Clarktdalc Mrs IrtButt was born In Casey county 71 years ago but loft thin countr of his birth coming to Lincoln where ho finished his education Ho then went to MIiI sissippi whore he had lived since SlXTYPlVKTlRH Mr and Mrs W J Montgomery of the South Fork neighborhood who wore In Friday to pay their subscription to this paper told us that a white oak tree was cut on their place the other day tbitmade 65 railroad cross ties for which tho Cin cinnati Southern paid 23 and 33 cenu tanking SID for the tree They also told us that the prospect for fruit In the One orchard of that section was very fine The peaches were not hurt by the re cent cold snap DONT FOOL WITH EM Capt P A Rencker of this division Is the right kind of a conductor Hols as gnntla as u woman and as accommodating as one can be but It wont do to fool with him Friday a couple of youths got on his train at Brodhead and persisted In riding on tbo platform Capt Ronekcr plead with them to come Inside and upon their refusal ho escorted them In and made them sit down One of them grew very mad and attempted to draw his gun but in less tlmo than It take to tell II the conductor took It from him and threatened to beat him with It If ho did not behave The follow had not lost all of his common sense and did fie he was directed FInvAt about 11 oclock Friday night the warehouse of Wm Daughcr ty on West Main was discovered on tire The firemen haying Just gone to sleep wuro a little slow la re spending but jot to the scene in time to save Mr Daughorlys shop from en tire conflagration Tho warehouse was occupied by Carson k Pence who bad 160 bales of hay and other feed in It valued they figure at 810000 Tho house and Its contents were destroyed as was a good portion of the upper story and North end of tho shop Mr Daughertys loss U several hundred dollars and neither he nor Carson k Pence had any Insurance The ware house was evidently sot on Ore intentionally or otherwise as no other cause can be suggested except the doubtful one of spontaneous combustion GUEST Basil Guest aged about 42 died at Crab Orchard Saturday after noon after a long Illness of a compllca tlon of diseases and was burled in the cemetery at Danvlllo Sunday aftornoon In the presence of a largo crowd o friends Mr Guest was the oldest eon of Mr and Mrs James W Guest and was a bright and popular gentleman Ho was u ready talker and being well posted was always entertaining For some time ho was associated with tho Louisville Post but the last days of his active life wore spent iu selling Ar buckles colToo to jobbers having an office In Louisville and a number of States In his territory Mr Guest was exceedingly well posted on running horses and could tell the breeding of all of the best ones in tho country Ho was an affable gentleman and by his allowith whom he came In contact THK entertainment given by Prof Powers at Waltons Opera House Sat urday evening was a very creditable and enjoyabl one throughout Prof Powers Is a success as a reader while his pictures are for the most part In tcrestlng IN Squire W A ColTeys court at McKinney Saturday Oliver Smith carryingcolored was tined S20 for breaking his wifes leg with a rock Ho claimed that ho was playing with her when bo threw the rock- RECITAL CANCELED By a strange misunderstanding the piano tuner whom the ladles of tbo Hustonvlllo C W B M thought they hud a right to expect failed to appear acd as It wits Impossible to procure a planp In tune at that late hour the recital lor the 20th had to be canceled touch to the regret and disappointment of the many admirers of Madam Halley C W C UOltnlZtnAire Frances E Bcauchamp president of the State Womens Christian Temper ante Union delivered an Interesting lecture to a fair crowd at the Christian church Sunday afternoon after which a local union was organized The otll ocr arc Mrs Ellen OBannon presi dent Mrs Elizabeth Arnold vice president Mrs Lelia Cook secretary Mrs Adolla Woods treasurer Mrs Bcauchamp was the guest of Mrs W B OBannon during her stay here MOTHER GETS HER CIIILU Tho trial of the writ of habeas corpus be fore Judge Bailey Saturday drew a largo crowd of curious people of both sexes It Was sworn out by Mrs W thoIvcrson here pending divorce proceed logs brought by his wife The judro overruled all notions of tho dolor pI offered by Mr J B Paxton who cum tended that tho writ was void on HI taco and bad never been served and read provisions of the Code which seem ed to sustain his position and refusing to await tho receipt of the decision tho Louisiana supreme court In AI vcrsons favor which was duo to arrive by the II M train ordered the trial to proceed Without the papers the defendant bad nothing to otTer and made no further effort to stay the ap parently Inevitable result The child was given to Its mother who took it in her arms while the crowd lustily cheered and applauded So far as we are ablo to gather the facts In the case are these Mr Alverson who was a widower with several children married a young wife who In due time boro him a child which finally became tho bono of contention According to his statement the woman was cruel to his first children and neglectful of her own This caused contention and finally sep aration When the husband was satis tied that his wife bad left him for good bo went at the advice of his attorneys to where she was living and took the child She was not there but when her sister called on some men to stop him he quietly drew his pistol and they ceased from troubling Mrs Al vcrson at once Instituted suit for di vorce and the custody of the child which Mr Alverson had In the mean time shipped to Kentucky When the case came up In the Now Orleans court the judge ordered Mr Alvereon to produce the child which ho declined to do and was sent to jail for contempt the court having given the mother Its custo dy pending tbo trial A report of the matter was published In the Cincinnati papers a few weeks ago and It Is supposed that parties here seeing the piece communicated with Mrs Alversonwbo como hero last Wednesday and at once swore out the habeas corpus writ She had no means of Identification and time was given her till Friday by the court to present tho evidence Sho sent for the assistant city attorney Frank B Thomas of New Orleans who arrived with papers as to his own standing and proving her Identity There was no desire on the part of Mr J M Alver son to do anything wrong He simply did what any other truo and bravo brother would do for another Ho thought ho was proceeding according to law and took no steps but those nec sasses to protect his brother and his child and no right thinking person can blame him for what ho did After the decision of tho court Mrs Alvcrson through her attorneys moved the dls missal of tho warrant for abduction that sho bad sworn out against Mr Al versos nail she departed on the noon train happy In the success of her rule slon- The papers expected by Mr Alver SOD confirming the telegrams received from ono of hIs brothers attorneys ar rived at the expected time but too laic for use In the case Tho attorney adds Your brother hiss a good defense t this suit and has been outrageously treated and the bar and public hero Is with him Ho has borno himself like a truo Southern gentleman and kept his rurally affairs out of the newspapers and to himself and when his case Is tried It will bedono in chambers and he will bo vindicated by a Judgment In his favor Ho Is being admired und hlegameI Tile United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs J C Hays Tuesday 30th nt 1 p M THESE are fine days for gardening and tho town man who has a piece of ground big enough to set a hon on is wocklng It to the best possible advan tage JUST LIKE A MILL OeorgoUoJrnhwill bo glad to Rive you tour meal bran Hhlptlufr Ac for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to tho bushel of No 2 wheat Our meal it ground on theold tashtot 4S Inch burrs ItIs my desire to keep this exchange at your liberalhnrorncal at wholesale prices The Hour and atStllnMORRIS IRKl OrchardExchanKO CUSTOM EXCHANGE MILL Crab Orchard Ky theParktvllleold customers and the fubllc of Crab Orcliand and vicinity to please bear In mind that I am prepared lit nil times to ex change Hour ana wheat and corn or sell Hour meal feud chicken feed Ac preparedthanOldFashioned Burr Stone Meal ehipstuffAcI respectfully ask a Continuance of same runlltyand SWEET WILLIAM This fine mule jack will make the present season atIS7 to Insure a Living Colt Sweet William Is 1534 hands high sired by Stlgalls PrInce lit darn by Htlcalls SalgallsBlackOur past experience as mulo deniers rant us In saying that no better tonic warIwill be offered for public service than one as hits colts K P WOOns k SONS StBllfordj ADMINISTRATRIX As administrator the estate of O B Pork Ins decd I will at his late residence on tho Crab Orchard pike 3 miles south of Lancaster Ky o- nWednesday May 1st at 10 oclock A u sell at public sale Ids and kitchenfurniture farming stlng of househohlI and stock and about barrel Said stock Includes about IS large fat cattle stock cattle cows and calves and About 300 ewe with as many limbs Sold cattle sheep and corn will be sold In numbers and quantities to suit purchasers At same time and place will rent In convenient boon darks about 500 acres of meadow and grass land All sutras under 30 cash over that amount on six months time with notes bear lug filler rent Interest from date and hav tog security For Information call on the undersigned or Taylor House on the premises or W McC Johnson attorney IEHKINS Admx LancasterBEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE TheJ M Phillip property corner East Main strcetund Logan Avenue In Stanford will bo divided Into eight lots and told at public auction at oclock pm SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of the lots are 60IOO COxlOO and 49x100 and front on Main street The lot on which the house stands Is 125x16 The four lots that front all Logan Avenue are 70x118 and all of them are desirable Mat lots can be seen by calling at Mr Pull llj V residence They will bo offered separately and then as a wholo and the larger bid accepted TERMS One third rash balance In and 12 months Lien retained J M HULLUS Stanford Ky English Hunter Combined bay stallion 16 hands high both hind ankles white sired by Abdallah Messenger First dam the William Lusk saddle mine by Davy Crockett son of Dennys Drennon by Imp Drennoo 2d dam by Highlander Abdullah Messenger sire or Eo Hunter MaudIs by Messenger Chief sire of Mes Mngcr3l6 English Hunter has to bo the best sire of tine sire and high styled saddle hors es In the country- I will stand English Hunter the season of 1001 at Ilrodheml at SIO to Insure a Living Colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with L H DUNN Ilrodhead The fine trotting stallion Flowers No 25031 Will utakthe season of st my stable near Turn nlIIe s- tSIO to Insure a Living Colt Mowers U a bur hone hands high hind Get white SJrwl by Florida 482 sin au t 3Trar oldMS t4 Knrtuus 3yearoM 2l Onedla rolJ UM Freiur 2year old 2W t4 Florida 1onareh Z17 Iannlo Swope Z1U and six othen hater than ZM Hla toot dare slred irlormera lint dint Usiln Tracy 2ll felt sister to Nelllo L ZLa by leo Wllkrs ire ot 230 performers ant claim of fll Second dam lady dam or Nellie I dills Vermont lira of Haanrr oy2 iS ant dnnsof lambetla VVllkei 2XtlIre of in 2S01lit The Efng22J11 lIre of 9 and xrenil others Third dam Kate own sister to Fannie dam of seven In the Hit by Klnkeadi 1St Lawrence Fourth lout llremU tnoroughbred theotar i Wllkei with that of tills Vernint ElnkmAStlawrencesnd lhorughhredand ha carrlM ac twr rent of the blood ofllambletonlan Id or M unfelt as a ton of his Very few horses In halt such a itrong breeding As au individual be li e iuiillr pmt having plenty olsulxlance and action roiupara tlT ely uotialnlnfhshaiiUownaiMJtgalt over a half tulle track Clevelandlllack Jack with white pohtis1534 hands Simi by Cordex he by Imp Cordorcao ht dam by Imp braD 3d dam l unn Jennet by the Curd Jack This Is said to Ix one ot the best mule jacks In Kentucky This Jack will make the season of 1JOl at the small sum of IS to Inure a tiring colt He will alto make the season at oY stable near Turnentllle 110 CAUTtlt mid Hosiery For All The prevent season wfll undoubtedly Le a great ono Has acctllo havelaid In a stuck that rarelq seen In 8lown of thlsycomprisfug many High Grade lace Novelties For Men Women and Children andmisses e SdawRnit For Gentlemen I toeurJOHN P JONES Stanford Go To m m I I ISilks Underwear I i Dress Goods Fine Slippers iiijKid Gloves And tiij Hosiery Laces Prices always the lowest lim f iS1m EWE- Wr I THE t National Weekly Investment Co INCORPORRTED 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 Fqr further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington KyiNABOTH 10016 Standard Rule 6 Record 21014 Sired by Walslngham 2168 sIre of Latitude 21Kand many others In the list Walslngham Naboths sire Is a son of George Wilkes 910 PIrtlt dam Tinsel by Messenger Iuroe 106 son of Uamhletonlan and sire of Elaine 220 the dam of Norlulne yearling record 231v Second dam ness slater to James Honell Jr by Hambletonlan 10 slreof IeterSl Third dam Jessie Sayro by Harry Clay 45 sire of St Julian 211V Hodlne 2l5y and 15 others that have produced 230 trotters also elreot the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse NOTE Naboth Is n bay in hands high foaled June 28 18S8 Ills pollgrea contains the blood of Hambletoulan George Wllkes Mambrlno Wilkes Illot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand at 15 to Insure a Living Colt HAPSBURG 509Ray stallion 161 hands high By Oloster Imputed 1st il amJolly by Wonderful nov 2nd dam by Preserves 822 First dam Trinkets limp by County King 1102nd dam by Champion of England 560 3rd dam by llarnaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 NOTE Krom the above pedigree you can see that Hapsburg Is pure bred Cleveland nay English Coach Horse lie Is a beautiful mahogany bay with points Is 161 hands weighs 13 pounds drives well gentle and kInd will tine style mind high action CAn show a mite better than 3 minutes and any ono wishing a high coach horse to breed on Standard tired mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will Stand At 10 To Insure TV Living Colt Will also stand tho splendid hands and inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at 89 for Mares and 815 for den nets Mares grazed it S2 tier month which In nil cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGIIMAN Hustonvillo Ky f Stop id Read This Carefully I A Gigantic Ileconl Slaughter Clerance Sale is golnn on at the Racket Store Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with goods time people of Ijncoln and surrounding counties will now have the chance to buy Good roods at Low Prices I j Such as Dry Goods Notions Clothing Boots and Shoes hats and CapsiLadles and Gents Furnishings cut lo half price Come while thteo bargains last Watch for our circular The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glniburg PlOp Next Door to Lincoln National Bank e t S rflNTFRJOKJOURNAL eabLthrLTuiaaydT Fzidav 1 PER YEAR CASH WhenDoteopaldar2OOwillbebartedEntered at econddat matter WOOL WANTED r We want nit the wool In Lincoln county and will pay the highest prlco for It Gall at J Ward A Coe Stable In Stanford for sacks IJOONE it GENTRY PRUITTBROS MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i WoTerebystate that the Dlc Plow sold by Il Carpenter U Just s far luperlorto the uperlor as the heorinOliver to the cradle W O COWAN J 8 S M OWENS is PRICEB- urgeon I Dentist Stanford Ky OCacve UcKolwrU Drug Store In the Owjler I llulldlof ReA JONES DENTISTStanford 1z Office over dr McKlnncys Story Telephone No 43 JH WARD CO SEV Livery Feed And Sale Stable Uruces Old SUnd Depot SI Stanford and stylish Turnout Ititw reasonable llta raesSpecial attention to traveling ealeeincn feedslonbought sold on comml Nohltehe on public days- Goodattrntlogiven Ila Hltcheb e all stock left at our stable Phone 9- 6ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a cusrantecdsure cure for horses and mules afflicted Scratches Baddle Rolls Pallevll liard and Soft Enlargements Greasyheel Distemper Ac for male oy erts Stanford Mv K Uumphrejr Liberty U M Thompson Caldwell Milledgeville- Oeo Compton antsvllle Ky P R n Jeter Mlddlebnrg Cash b Mc Clure Turnersvllle J II Vanhook McKIn napFarmers Roller Mills STANF03D ST MORRIS FRED PitomiETon to the public that I I desire to announce am ready to do any and all kinds grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moat SnipstuffChiclsoiiFcod Etc and I solicit alowest rlcesAt the very to give share of your patronage promising me the beatyou mind always that I need your FRED ProrpatronageMORit1S JGMccbMYtTTDEtV Manufacturer and Dealearln HARNESS SADDLERY 60 Stanford Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Dao1ll8 Mondajs Wednesdays and 1y Will U In Stanford Tuel js Thursdays and Sat urdays In the Ienoln ton UullJlnjSUuforJOf lice bSu r to Mi I toa r OSTEOPATHY ThlScience originated and developed ly Dr of Klunllle Mo dpend ou the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for lu re no rubbin- gDoaurslolopersUooandclaiws blog super nltural vlewe naan ass machine of so man- ypulaltakeynoteh adjustment When all parts overworked health are Istuereeult Some the dleeaaw treated by use Nervous Headaches Neuralgia nbeumtbw Weak Granulated Ud Goitre HiS Liter and Lung Ultaat Constipation Enlarged lrOlUtelU Stow and Inteitlnaf troubles and J tltSptaiCunatureS DlalocatlonaStlttJolnta 1kla kewale Uileues a specialty Cunsultatloo r ERDILLEHA y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement ocW- rite For Prices H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY nonerand Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FIRST NATIONAL BANK OJ STANFORD KY Capital Stock 50000 SurplaiS10000- ThUInstitution originally established as the Ie oslt Bank nf Stanford In then reorganized the Rational Bank of Stanford In ISM andagalt rorganiredUthe First National Dank oi Stanford n 1832 has had practically uninterrupted exist eDeI for41yeart It is better supplied now wlti eUttles for transacting business promptly and rally than eflr before In Its long and honoiab career Amounts of individuals fldadarle ad Indlridaali solicited Diaacroas F B ld Lincoln C JW Ilayden Sunfur- TBarrtsS 8 H Baughman J S Hocker TP Hill WP Walton W A Trlbbl J U ColllerCrab Orchd Ju Robinson Hubble M DElmore Stanford orricaas J S Hotter President J J McRobtrts Cashier EAZLEY HAYST- TNDESTAKEUS DEALERS IX Furniture MnttingsRujjs And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furniture for all of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or tbe cloth furnished you to make your owlult skirt or waist My samples of cloth as large andvaried as can be found in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And the prices are touch lower I hay also equally as great a line of samples for men New Goodso f All Kind Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car pots Mattings Rugs Dry Coods bhoos Slippers Etc JAMES FKYE Hustonville KJ Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- Succewor to Tbe Fanuen flank A Trot Com pan sad under same management contlnu ouily for U Yean Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such business relations will prove mutua ly beaenclal and plea Din CTOKS J li Paxton Jt Uwlley S- rJN Olneffe- A W Carpenter W H CUlumln J E Lyon SlL banta J P CUb J U Owilcy OFFICERS S II PrHldeot1J W M Brlnt Asst Cub acrtrasra NEWS NOTES Tho plow trust with a capitalization ot 50000000 Is the latest John Sbuck late of Lebanon committed suicide In Now York The Royal Flour Mills at Frank to burned with 20000 bushels of wheat The artillery service Is to bo reo orultcd up to 18000 requiring 13000 more men- Abraham Cohen a rich Oloclnnatlai killed himself In preference to paying his wile alimony Acuinaldo Is live feet tour Inches In height Ills ago Is uncertain He doe8 not know It himself Georpo Seybold of Darlington Ind killed himself because ho feared be was losing his mind Forest Urea are raging In tbe uppe peninsula of Michigan and several towns are threatened Tbe membership of the DaMola Oommandary ot Knights Templer at Louisville has reached 500 An heir to tbe throne of Italy Is expected and a magnificent cradlo of ell tor Is being prepared for It The 79th anniversary of the birth or Gen Grant was appropriately celebrated at many places Saturday Gov Heck ham pardoned four lion lerson grocery firms which formed a trust but made no profit out of It George Parsons 10 was killed In Mercer county by a tree his father cut lown and which fell the wrong way Russell Harden crazed by clgaretti imoklng committed suicide over tbi rrave of his mother at Catawba W Ia W W Lea bookkeeper of the First National Bank of Nashville who des appeared last July was short over 923 100 Martha Ferguson a Negroes agct 30 U In jell at Hopklnsvllle charger rlth tbe brutal murder of a l0 year oh girlSix Negroes broke Into Hiram Me Lilians house near Connelsvllle Pa and after shooting him assaulted his rife Congressman James Butler of St Louis knocked out James Jeffries the uglllst with a beer glass at Kansas City During the last century 100 human lived 1100000000 and 200 ships have been lost In fruitless efforts to find the forth pole Mrs Frank Givens living near Mad lonyllle was accidentally shot and probably fatally wounded by her rothcrln law While hunting ducks Liberty George a Louisville steamboat engln eer was killed by the accidental dls large of a gun T L Nash has reported to tbe Louis vle police that his two children have been kidnaped and be is unable to find any trace of them A Pullman car porter at Columbus 0 was found to have smallpox and tbe tbree passengers on the car were icrefore locked In apd quarantined A special examination will probably be arranged for tbe new army lleuten ants as it Is realized that they can not pass If the regular standard Is required The comptroller ot the treasury has decided that postal money orders are tyable only by postmasters upon whom they are drawn and to whom notice of the Issue thereof has been sent Mrs Mary Campbell who was married at 12bas the unique distinction of belol a grandmother at 2G she bavng married at 12 and her daughter at tbe- slimo age She lives In Oonee county S C Jailer Lawrence of Franklin county says that Caleb Powers cats regularly aod heartily and has not complained of belogIII since be was brought back from Louisville lie also says there 18I a solid wall between Powers and Howard and the Negro prisoner Fugitive W S Taylor of Kentuok will deliver the G A R memorial ad dress at Camden Ind provided ho Is not captured and hanged before the The boilers ot the Grlcsbelra Electro Chemical Works near Grlcsholt Germany exploded and over 160 per zone are reported to have been killed or Injured Ceo S Dobbins blind for IS vean has graduated with honor from tbo Chicago Homeopathic Medical College and will make a specialty of lung and throat diseases Rig Charley the largest of tbe Wallace circus herd of elephants killed his trainer at Peru Ind and was IUt to death by tbo arsenic route Ho bad killed three men Burglars boldly carried away a fare from the Alaska saloon at Anaconda Mont secured 810000 In gold and loaded the wrecked safe In a wagon and started the horse back to town Tom Colo a Negro was banged at Clinton for the murder of a Negro girt Last Monday he was baptized In tbe town pond He was well shackled Bnd Jailer Spicer hold on to a rope attach od to his feet when he wont into tlte waterRichard Suter n brother of R Lee Suter of Louisville was found dead an alley in Frankfort When foun the body had been stripped of all oute clothing only the underwear remain Ing and life had been extinct less tban an hour At Oweosboro divorce salt has been lied bv Mrs Susan Knrlght against H Enrlght owner of the Parton coal- mines and a wealthy and prom oen t citizen on tbo charge of cruelty and abandonment They have been married 33 years Thomas K Ketchum the noted murderer und train robber was hanged at Clayton N M Friday Tbo rope broke in the long fall and hit head was jerked off Just before his death be wrote a letter to the president declar ing that three men who were scrvlni leniences for train robbery are moo cent The State board of valuation and assessment has assessed for franchise tat I of the leading railroad corporation or tbo State It Is based upon SO net cent of the capital stock Tbe total aluatlon Is 15300043 as agalnrl all 91421 last year an Increase ot 4212 51i The L Si N catches It on IGKiO 410 and the Cincinnati Southern on 92 93853 A GENTLE HINT In our style of climate wilh its sudden tangos of temperaturerain wind and innhine often Intermingled in A 8lnlo- dayIt Is no wonder that our children frlenl18Rnll relatives are so frequently taken from ui by neglected colds hilt tho deaths resulting from title use A bottle of Uoschco German yrup kept about your homo for Immediate UM will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill perhaps death Ibe use of three or four doses For cur- Ing Consumption Hemorrhages Ineu tonia Severe Croup or any scabs of the Throat and Lungs its sue CI88 is simply wonderful as your drug Kist will tell you Get a ample bottle free from IVnny Stanford Ky Regular size 76c Get Greens Prize Almanac y rBUFFALO BILLS WILD WEST and Con re88 of Rough Riders of the World wll show at Lexington on May 8th educed rates from all points on the Queen L Crescent Route between unction City and Wllllamstown Ask ticket agents for particulars CATAUUIl CAN NOTUK ClUKD Wllh local anpllotlos as they ran not rtrtch tbe dot thedicese Catarrh Is a blood or eenitltU tlooll disease anti In order to cure It roust kelntcrntl rtmollr halls Catarrh btool tlkn Internally mod acU on the nd mucous e IfallsCatsrrh Cure Ia not s ark mrdirlne It was prescribed by one of tbl- ltfbyslclsnln this country tor years and Is a It Is romper l ol the beet- pica known romblned with tbe beat bloo1 purl 111 octlnJr dlntUr on the inuttous rurdrm The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what xluressuch wodfrful result In curing Catarrh end fur twtlranoUU tree F J CIIKJIKT Co 1rur Toledo Mbl by druBKlsls price HaUa Family tills are the beet W B McROBERTS DRUGGIS- TFreshest N Drugsand driev At Lowest Prices Write To TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0 r OF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their new issue or call on J M Alvcrson local agent at Interior Journal Oflice Stanford A G MORGAN Secy No 3 W Short St We have one of tho largest and best selected stocks of VehiclesEver brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show you Carriages Buggies Road Wagons Carte Ktc at exceptionally low figures We also carry an excellent line of Farming Implements Including Farm Wagon Tooth and DUo Harrow flows Roller Etc In fact everything in tho Implement line used on the farm We have our own Hubbor Tire IJanl and can replace your old Rubber Tires Much cheaper than you can Bond to tho city ami have it Bono andYCall when aro in townalso save you freight charges you Bruce Bright Danville o 00000 01700C c0ooo OGO OOO1J00C 000 i NEW FIRM J i 0 000 0 Having soul a half interest in my buggy and Implement business to Up Mr A M Icncothe new business will be conducted under t- 7p tho firm name of U GMSOJl PEfGE Q1Ve will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of Q- i Buggies carriages Harness 1 Also Farming Implements In addition we wit1 handle all kinds of a l 0 grain Jorn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will noJfirm with your patronage I remain Hespt YourllC0 W A CARSONU n o cooooooo oo oooo oooooocoo ooo Sa Shirts Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky ee o o e pF mv We y Ledgers Jourlalsi i Day and CashBooks i i For the NewYe r Good Good at Ix wlricei Pennys Drug StoreTULEIIIOXB NO 2 = 1 NN11 dN1NM 111M11 W11 r1 Pho r wwist s Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Supplies nt LO7VEST PRIOES sometriing NBWI IT WILL WORK EASY After ood dealof persuasion IIe cided to try time Popular a can truthfully say ill Iho greatest Invention of the kind made The price at first Bccmed high but after a trial I am con vinced It is very cheap s K J DROWN FOR SALE BY CEO Hs FARRIS F CO New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain DayVhere You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us llrV W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street NV A