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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALu IVOL XXIXr STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 3 1901 9AM N020i 1 S Millinery KINGSVILLE business Is Rood There Is prospect for anlunprccedent cd frill crop this year W W Penn O S marshal was hero on business a few days ago Mr L O Oxloy Is me slag with sue I cess In Ilia produce business tj Jack Sloe had tho misfortune to lose hie homo and most of his furniture by tire Monday No Insurance A serious wreck between Norwood r and Somerset occasioned tho delay of the Northbound trains Tuesday Toe weather la lovely so wo have nothing to complain of on that score It will soon be uncomfortably warm li however Mrs J W Acton wishes It unnounc ed that Mrs Frances E Bcauchatup president of tho W C T U will lec Lure at the Pleasant Polnt hurcb May 4 ID tho evening One of David Singleton littler daughters died Friday from thu effect of an operation performed on her for rheumatism from which she had been- a sufferer for some time Mr FM Howe has a greenhouse which Is Indeed worth going to see Her flower are beautiful Those who 4delro pansies can get the plant from Mrs Howe at 23a per dozen Mrs Milford Smith is orlouity III of pneumonia and three or four other dls oaten wo learn James Rowland le quite sick with stomach trouble Mr Wm Meek very much indisposed Her Dr Allen of Danvllle tilled his appointment the Christian church Sunday morning and evening remain log over unlit Tuesday In order to visit various members of the church He held services Monday evening also A good Sunday school teem to bo now established About 100 people attend ed prayer meeting last Thursday eve ning and under Dr Allen supervision the church is making good progress If a W O T U could bo organized the church would probably make mill greater progress W tV Walter after upending a tow days with relatives In Stanford has returned homo accompanied by his sis ter Miss Mary Walter Operator J K Crelghton Is holding tho nlubt of S flee at Wllmore W L McCarty II In Cincinnati Kd McCarly and Fount Dlsbou will leave soon for Oklahoma C 01 Pcnnybackcr of Lexington was down to see his mother last week Miss Gertrude Pcnnybacker has returned from Somerset Mr J L Johnson Iwith her daughter Mles Virginia have tho guests of her daughter Mr J K Carson of near McKlnncy since Saturday Mr and Mr W K Cundlff will visit Somerset Friday and Incl dentally take In the carnival Mrs Jam of Robinson and children havo returned from a protracted visit to ber mother Mrs A K Murley at Now River Tenn S C Carter of Prank fort was the guest of relatives hero last week Mr Win Gooch of Mo t Klnnoy le the guest of relatives hero f A VERY REMARKABLE REMEDY It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that recommend Chamber latns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item ody savu druggist A W Snwtellc of Hartford Conn A lady customer see log the remedy exposed for sate on my ttshow case salmi to me I really believe that medicine saved my life the past sum mer while at the shore and she became enthusiastic over its merits that I at once mode up my mind to recommend It in the future recentlya gentleman name Inln my store so overcome with colic pains that ho sank at once to the floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him I repeated the ilofe and in fifteen minutes he left my store smilingly informing mo that ho felt ns well a ever Sold by Craig it Hooker Druggists At Luxlngton Downing recently killed a Negro Tuesday Father Inlaw James Price killed Downing and It only remains for the law to kill Price to carry this case of evolution to complutlon Not oven In Clay or Letch er county does this somewhat peculiar brand of civil liberty blossom and boar fruit to such perfection as In tho bailiwick of Reformers Hrecklnrldgo nnd Sharp where every prospect pleases and only man Is vileLouT- imes The sanest blttho condor which v has wings that spread 22 feet The smallest bird Is a Brazilian humming bird weighing only live grains The bird of greatest enduranco le tho alba tross One hue been known to follow a ship for 04 days without once being seen to rest on tho water Low BAh s TO LKXINUTON Ac v count Grand Commaudury Knights Templar the Queen Crescent Route will make greatly reduced rates from nil points on May 14 and 15 good to re turn until 17th Ask ticket agents for full particulars rA dollar bill Is better than ellvc- p dollar for the reason that when you fold It you doublo it and when c i open It you find it in creases ouI HUBBLE Addle Knglenmn Is at homo front school In Frankfort II H Cox bought a horse mule frost bL U Eubunks for 81CO Elder A H Moore will till tho pulpit at tbo Christian church hero Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Tho lint frying chickens of tho sea son were brought here for market a fow days ago weighing H pounds They sold at 25c a pound- A good many people burned up their almanacs and weather foretaste when It began to snow H few days ago and that accounts for this nice weather Arthur Eubank while fooling with a gun that failed to lire let it go oil tnI his hand and tbo powder burned his face badly almost ruining his eyes and bruising his hand considerably A C Carman has been visiting his daughter In Lexington Kd Miner is ablo to ride out again and bids fair to get well Everybody Is delighted to see him out again Dr Uicklc has gone to Tennessee to visit hie parents for a few days Mrs fettle Broaddus spent Sunday with Mrs S M Spoona moro m Blaokorbv old mare became frightened from tho bully band break lag and running oil ran list head against a telephone pole bursting It and at tho same time breaking her neck Blackorby was thrown from tboI cart when she struck the polo receiv ing no Injurv except bruiting his mouth up a little Tho people of this community want our next representative lIon M F North to secure the passage of a dOlI law taxing all dug and killing those that taxes arc not paid on as a protec Lion to sheep raisers Here is my dol lar In advance to help pay for the manyI sheep killed In this county In the last three months We also need more rope and lots pardoning from the pen a i Boyle county has decided If other counties will follow suit wo will soon improve or rather losjcn ourcrlm Inal docket all over the State CHURCH MATTERS Asbury College at Wllmoro will ded icate It new building May 23 The commencement will be held May 2128 Rev J H hoppers meeting at OldI Paint Lick church resulted In 10 addlI Lions and a general awakening of the church membereIDr R O Klkwood assistant pastor of tbo First Presbyterian church of New York City was called to the Sec ond Presbyterian church at Lexington Rov Dr Harcourl pastor of the Peoples Methodist church Reading Pa has just Issued an order that all women must remove their haw during services In his church Rev J A Sawyer closed his meet ing at Dover Methodist church with 68 conversions and 17 additions Evan gullet Johnson and wife of Wllmoraae slstcd In the services and created much InterestDr II Pearcc of this city who has been supplying pastorate of Memorial Methodist church at Paris the past year is slowly recovering from several weeks of scvoro illness By or der of his physician he will dlcon tinue all ministerial work for a period Advocate Rev W K Arnold will return from Now Orleans In time to occupy his pul pit Sunday At tho Sunday night ser vice ho will speak on Kohoes Irom the Great Missionary Conference All are must cordially Invited Tbo mla sionary conference Just closed In Now Orleans was ono of the must romarku the meetings over hold In the South HEVVAItK OF A COUGH A otigh Is not a disease but symptom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases hive for their first indication a persistent cough null if properly treated as soon as this cough appears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has prow en wonderfully successful and gained its wide reputation dad wonderful sale its success in curing the diseases which cause coughing If It Id not beneficial It will not cost you a cent For sale by Craig A Rocker SOCTUEKV BAPTIST CONVENTION NEW OIlLANSLow rates ono fare tho round trip to New Orleans and re turn Is announced by tho Queen Crescent Route for May 7 8 and 0 account Baptist convention as above Tickets will be on sale ono faro for the round trip Finest trains in South are at tho service of Queen Crescent pa trons Ask ticket agents for partlcu lave What most people want is something mild and fccntle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They aro easy to take and pleasant in eflect For sale by Craig A Mocker Druggist I think I know now said tho sol determihedrarmy beef what people mean when they talk about the sinews of war Christian Register- x x LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J C Hayden sold five cows and J2GOfBold to J W Adams a 150I5100 of Robert L of Fox and Padgotl 10 hogs at about Ce J F Cooks 1300 Shorthorn cow foaled a line bull calf tbo other day Forestus Reid and Dr J B Owslcy will put In about 150 acres of corn each A pair of Missouri mules Iii hands high and weighing iCOO pounds sold recently for 8700 Joseph hit sold to Jonas Well last week a bunch of 1400pound cattle ut 6 20Purls News W U and J S Murphy sold toG A Swlnebroad a car load of hogs for Juno Ilo 15 delivery ut 5lc W P Grimes who is fewilng his cattle cotton scud meal is well pleased with tho results obtained WT Shatter of Louisville has sold to T P Hays the good three yearold colt Terminus by Blazes for 10000J Murphy Scorpion filly In the hands of H II Bronaugh at Crab Orchard logged a quarter In 23 4 5 Wednesday morning Newton Kansas has just shipped to Califot nla a train load of eggs There wore 12 huge refrigerator cars cou taming 144000 dozen or nearly 2000 000 eggs IMarlon Squirrel the magnificent J R it K U Beazley has served 31 mares Including such good ones as W A Tribbln Kato Malloy and Jarcoi Walker Given fine gray he refused 1 150 for J V Farwcll of Chicago closed a 500000 deal with E L J IlaUoll of Vlnlta I T for cattle and grazing land In Western Texas The sale cluded 150000 acres of land In Oldbam and Hcrtluy counties at 82 an atrcand 7000 wbltofaced Hereford cows lit J30- B G Pennlniton who was there tolls us that a fairly good crowd attend ed the sale of the late O B Perkins Wednesday and that It amounted to nearly 14000 Fat OOpouod cattle brought 4 65 to 5 stock cattle 4 50 to 5e 400 ewes with 4S5 lambs thrown In sold at 81 corn 260 to t2 75 Tho lat ter price was for several small lots Lund rented at from 75c to 8312 per acre Mr Ponnlngton rented 125 acres at 3 2 1C JC Lynn of Danville fur nished an excellent dinner IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Elizabeth Napier died at Liber ty a few days since of pneumonia H N Patrick hue been appointed postmaster at Uollyblll Whltley coun ty J K A Strange a prominent citizen of Columbia dead Ho was three times nhurltl of Adair county Diphtheria Is prevalent In tho Dry anuvllle vicinity from 15 to 20 cases being reported In that locality The board of equalization Increased the assessment of hell county 5 percent on lands and 10 on town lots John Burns lost out In his suit against Danville Judge Saufley giving peremptory Instructions for the town The verdict of 8500 against Mrs Jennie Dlllebay In the Doyle circuit court was set aside because of being excessive Miss Katie Ion daughter of Logan icon of Bryantsvllle died Tuesday of a complication of diseases after a short Illness aged 21 Allle Hill of this place and Mies Maude Martin who resides throe miles from town on the Stanford pike were married In Ludlow Advocate Mrs K B dklnnor wife of thn late J B Skinner for 15 years president of Hamilton Female College of Lexington was elected principal of the Jessa mine Female Institute to fill the place of Mrs Nannlo Vineyard resigned Dupee Co of Junction City who brought suit against the Adams Express Company for 8310 damages al leged to have been caused by failure on the part of the defendant to deliver a shipment of turkeys to Plttsburg ac cording to contract were given a Judg mont for 8220 In Danville ono of the most cultured and orderly communities In this or any other State two men have boon recently condemned to bo hung Because men uro hung for murder in Danville Is perhaps the reason it is an orderly as well as a cultured community Lou- Isville Commercial Humo Dros proposition toerect their cooperage shops at Richmond giving employment regularly to 30 men pro vided the city would exempt them from taxation for a period of five years and allow them to supply the city with 12 additional arc lights at 870 per annum carried by a voto df 5 to I In pocket picking like everything else u man never succeeds until be get his bands in Tbo Stone correspondent the Lancaster Record reports the sale of a lot of corn at 83 MATRIMONIAL HAItI LLEDAtLEY In the beautifully decorated parlors of the pretty homo of Dr and Mrs Steele Bailey atj 10 oclock May and under a canopy of white ribbons lilies and srnllax tbelr only daughter Miss Isabel la unu Dr Charles Poplin liar vielle of St Louis were united In mar riage by an luipruoslve solemn and touching ceremony Dr E M Green of Duuvillu olllciutlng To tile strains of Muudelbaouua wedding march ur Ullcuiy performed by Mrs George L Penny tbu maids MUee Edyth Young Grlgga of Ottawa III and Klla Hurt Wlnguiu of Versailles entered tbu room and advancing to where the man of God stood tooK positions to his rIght and left Following them came aiuulo Bulley Jr a brother ol the bride them tae groom leaning oa the arm of his best man Dr W P Breath of Galveston Texas followed by thu maid of hunur Miss Carrie May RItan of Little Rock Ark who preceded the bride bud her father Reaching the charmed square the father gave the daughter to her future husband who walked down tbo ulslo made by those who hud preceded them standing to tbo right and left and facing the minister beard the solemn words that bound them forever and aye A feel leg prayer concluded the ceremony and after hearty congratulations had been showered on the happy pair tbu guests were Invited to an elegant breakfast handsomely served in courses in tbo dining room lighted with red tapers and decorated wltb red roes carna Lions white lilies and smilax The bride was lovely In a gown of white bjlk Chiffon over white Taffeta with laco trimmings and her heightened beauty was the subject of general remark Shb was queenly in grace and loveliness and there was evident pride depicted In ino features of the man wbo bad won her She carried u huge bou quet of carnations and lilies of the val toy and the picture presented as the vows were taken was us beautiful usar list ever conceived The bride wbo Is of a very charming and light hearted disposition has been the recipient of every advantage of education and culture that loving parents could bestow and all her natural graces and talents have been brought Into fullest development Dr Uarvlollu bas won a prize and from all we can learn Is as worthy of It as men ever aro of lovely women He enjoys a large practice In his native city of St Louis whore bo stands high as a gentleman and as a physician Tbo maid of honor carried a bouquet of American beauties and the other maids Bermuda lIllesTbcy made a beau tiful trio In their snow white costumes and added In great degree to the beauty of the picture The brides table at which 10 persons sat was u veritable exposition of beautiful Mowers whose llagrance filled the air and made It red oleos of perfume It was an elegant wedding In all Its appointments and ono that those furtunato enough to be pres enl will cherish long In pleasant memo ory Tbo presents were many and cost ly and u large room was scarcity sum dent to display them After breakfast preparations for tbu journey to St Louis their future homo was made the bride discarding her wedding gown for a mauve colored one which tit her pretty figure charmingly and wltb a becoming bat to match made her the object of further highly complimentary remarks The wedding party then drove to tbo depot and lit erally showered the departing pair with good wishes and rice No brldo ever had fairer day in which to celebrate her nuptials and none ever left the borne In which she was loved and cberUbed with fonder hoped for ber happy future May they be fully real ized and the bright May day be eclips ed only by the brightness and felicity of a true union of kindred spirits and hearts that beat us one This report would be Incomplete without the mention of the fact that tae brides bouquet thrown by her across tbo stairway was caught by Miss Mary Uubbard who according to tra dltlon will be the nun one to become u brldo Among the guests were Rev Dr and Mrs E M Green Mrs Mary Bowman Mrs Eliza AIken Miss JosiepBlno Reid Mr aud Mrs A E Hundluy and Her ace Bowman Danville Miss Rachel Allison Lexington Miss Mary Hub bard Birmingham Ala Mrs Iko Purrlsb Woodford Mrs S M Logan Middlusboto Mrs R C Warren Airs M C Saulley Urn G L Penny Mrs Mary Burch Airs L L St CiulrRev and Mrs R B Muhuny Mr and Mrs C E late Mr and Mrs W P Wal ton Misses Jcnnlu Warren Essie Burch Battle Paxton Buttle Roches ter Messrs W W Withers George B Sautley and Asbby M Warren barheumatism of the muscles and may b cured by a fate applications of Chamber loins Iain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists v f v =3 iXJ1 1 Straw Hats Fancy Socksll1- J Ill E II11 And many otLcr warm weather lines are now ready for inspection Como in and let us show them U ftl ouI N111ITI fil i i1Il Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing t3 s tbi- flJ ILJ i rbtIi mILLER HIRSDH Danville lhSuccessors to J L Frobman Co J= = v== = = iC4 Sit1r tpCQW tIt ICe flQ i71 1 e IJ 1J 1f K qSMSr e ttr Pretty Feet 1 tfacsV No one is well dressed P without nice P1 No ones shoes look x nice unless they t 4fAnd we believe can fitt Shoes IFit a I IYoutJ y As well as we for we think you will agree with us when we say we have liS many shoes as any other two houses In town The lasts are the newest Indmost comfortable in every quality from a dollar brogan to our Ideal Patent Kid at II 00 W IHIIP OETOur terms are CASH j ja r fj H J McROBERTSr eta 1 8I Q r mL t4fa rla trJra vft foi Gtt rf 4 fi Fr G a i il tit 7 Q 1y f1 aRia BOYLE NI2HOLS O L COVER NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equIppedfor it OUR REPAIRIAG DEPARTMENT UpbolteriuCountyBurialmembers and are the associations undertakers J S Uoude is time for Lincoln County Phone 175jl 0 NNMmN a 1 ACSINE I CONTRACTOR c BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY t f I make close estimates on work and j guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workImanship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for j J whom have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here f I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough und DressediLumber Lath Shingles Etc 1 I will duplicate any prices offeredIA N Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford h a k THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket i For Slate Senator GEO T FARRIS For Repretentatire M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Gherif M S BAUGHMAN For Awtsor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON THE Lexington Leader celebrated Its 13th birthday by adding two new Mer cantbalers to Its already well equipped office Editor S J Roberts newspaper experience in Kentucky has been phenomenal When he proposed to In the democratic start a republican paper capital ot the Blue Grass he was almost laughed to scorn but he went ahead and prospered from sheer deter mination to succeed until he now en joys a prestige and a patronage to bo envied Hejls one of tho cleverest of follows has no malice in his composition and will do a lavor to a friend and foe alike with the grace of a born gentleman Mr Roberts has a splendid corps of loyal assistants and they take pride in helping him to make the Leader barring its politics a most excellent newspaper IT Is given out that the administration which means Mark Hanna favors the selection of Deboe to make the race for Senator again while the Kentucky republicans generally oppose his nomination The result will ebow whether the boss carries Kentucky In his Inside pocket or whether the republicans of the State are men enough to conduct their own affairs without dictation from Washington As there is no chance for him to win the election again and as a deli of Mr Banna may mean the loss of Federal otllce to which most republicans aspire It may bo that De bee will again be put forward butrI merit cuts any figure exGov Bradley will be accorded the honor without question IT comes from Washington as direct as information can that the sole and only reason that Gov Bradley was turned down for the U S judgeship was because of his testimony In the Ripley case It Is not directly charge that the president was actuated by a feeling of resentment in the matterbut that those responsible for the appointment turned against Gov Bradley because of his testimony and succeeded in defeating him There was never anything more disgraceful in politics and the socalled leaders deserve the contempt of all honest men and they will get it when the real facts are known MQKlNLEYS swing around the country has been like that of any other show Great crowds have been attracted to get a glimpse of the man who rules the United States by proxy and of the magnificent train that the railroads furnish him free of charge appearsfnot such a big thing after all THE gates of the PanAmerican ex position at u Halo were thrown open May 1 as advertised but the show U in a very crude condition so much ceremonies and dedi that the opening cation have been deferred to May 29 Even In Its present condition however there are sufllclont attractions to draw a multitude and people are swarming to visit the beautiful Rainbow City TUB Louisville Times was 17 years old on May 1 Starting good this In comparable evening paper has continued to improve till there seems abso lutely no further room for improve ment The Courier Journal Is the model morning and the Times the mod el evening paper In the whole world their superiors are not found THOSE who believe that death sen tences like Urea and railroad wrecks go by threes can almost Imagine that thuy see Dan Pope the Negro who kill ed John Baker near Mltchollsburg dangling In the air Quinn first Montgomery second and snail it be Pope third in the race to the gallows THE entry of I U Goodnight in the Senatorial scramble makes five demo cratic candidates for the office Gov McCreary Is predestined to fill The morning after the election the other four will wake up with that dark brown taste in their mouths and wonder where they arc at IT is stated that Mr James D Black would not accept tho judgeshlp in Tlnsloys district and that Gov Deck ham will likely appoint a republican to fill the vacancy until the election If the statement be true wo would sup pest the appointment of lion John Henry Wilson of Uarbourvlllo Hols as good a lawyer as any In the district and one who haw suffered for opinions sake from the arrogant majority In that densely republican stronghold mil appointment would be a recognition of a man who though a strong republi can Is too honest and true a one to bo used by his party for sinister ends IT Is figured that the presidents trip will cost over 850000 or more than his years salary Of course It will not come out ot his pocket and If a Nation al scandal docs not result It will be because of McKinleys wellknown and long continued good luck Mr Waltons Candidacy The Record representative had a pleasant chat with exGov William O Bradley who has been at home for tov eral days During the conversation the subject of Cot W P Waltons can didacy for railroad commissioner came up and tbo governor said I have known Mr Walton since the establishment of his paper In Stanford Ho is a man of tireless energy unques tionable courage and firstclass execu tive ability Encountering many seem- Ingly Insurmountable obstacles ho has accomplished the remarkable feat of making a nice fortune by publishing a country newspaper At times he appears bitter as a writer but I have never known him to do any man an Injustice that he has not been brave enough to acknowledge it nor have I ever known him however great the threatened danger to retract what ho know to be true He is not a vindictive man but endued with a kindly heart and generous impulses As a friend he can always be relied on I believe If one of Waltons friends were deserted by every human being in the world except Walton that he would stand by him and defend him to tbo end He la as honest as the days are long No accusation has ever been made affecting his Integrity Should be be elected the State would have the services of u capable thorough honest painstaking and fearless officer While he would stand by the rights of the people and protect them from every wrong ho would not alow himself to bo made a partisan tool to inaugurate or carry out a senseless persecution of the railroads and thus impair their usefulness and the substantial advancement of best interests of the country I know something concerning hit fidelity and ability as an official Ho was appointed by me as one of the trustees of the Houses of Reform and Kentucky owes him a debt of gratitude for the faithful and capable way in which he discharged his duties Not withstanding he received no remuner ation be worked as earnestly as II a largo salary were being paid and to him and his worthy associates on the board is due in a large degree the credit of having rescued Kentucky frdm the semibarbarism of a century so far asher youth were concerned I know but ono thing about Col Walton that Is not as It should be and that la his politics but those who agree with him should give him special credit and no ono who differs with him should condemn him on that account for it la beyond his power to be anything elseCent- ral Record POLITICAL Gen T Estrada Palma will bo chosen as the first president of the Cuban re public Deboe says A D James marshal of the Western Judicial district will not be removed The United States quarantines against the City of Mexico on account of the prevalence of typhus The bill restoring capital punish ment In Colorado became a law with out the governors signature Congressman Dovener Bays McKinley Is planning a tour of the world when his term ends and his present trip Is only preliminary The Illinois Houso killed a resolution providing for the calling of a constitutional convention to revise the Stato Constitution x Congressman 1 H Goodnight of the Third district has decided to become a candidate for the democratic nomination for United States Senator David B Hill declares he is not a presldenItlalMr Hill says he regards as premature and inadvisable all suggestions of can didates at this time At Shcllnsgrove Pa a foreigner made application for citizenship and when asked among other questions who was presldentof the United States promptly and innocently answered Mark Hacna His application was gruntedSenator McLaurin of South Caroll no Insists that he Is a democrat while avowing that be is several things that a democrat is not The Washington Pot about sizes up the matter when it says that some specialist has been in vestigating the matter and has ascer tained that It would bo very easy for Mark Hanna to become a democrat of the MoLaurln school Chairman Allie W Young ot tho State Central Committee has received letters recently from many of the close counties In the State and says from the Information he has bo thinks that both branches of the general assembly will be democratic by safe majorities Imitating the president Commissioner John W Yerkea Is taking a tour to visit the principal agencies of tbo bureau located in the Eastern States Ho contemplates extending his trip to the West and may reach Ohio and Kentucky during the month of May Ills object la to acquaint himself with the working of tho service In all ot its ramificationsTHIS THAT W H RIgncy sold some hogs to S Morgan at Co Tho thermometer registered 00 in Louisville yesterday- A seat In the New York Stock Ex change was sold for 370000 Wm Roscnfiold drowned his four children and htmsol near St Paul Minn Maj John D Harris of Madison had 12 cattle to die from eating distil lery slop Angus Wood a prominent Mton county farmer died while sitting up with a sick friend The public debt of the United States less cash In the treasury ainb unto to over 1070000000 May corn went to 55 at Chicago Wed nesday and Phillips who has a corner aye It will go to Co E E Sagesra and Miss Maggie Jennings of Danville were married at Lancaster yesterday Judge Field ot Louisville decided that a corporation is not responsible for slander spoken by its agents Rev J H Rcddlck a prominent minister In Virginia Is dead alter preaching the gospel for over 45 years Rev J W Hagins subject Sunday morning will be Ye are the light of the world Evening A Royal Visitor Three Negroes wore killed near So Una Ala supposedly by wblte men In retaliation for the murder of a white manDr E B McCormick tee deposed superintendent ot the Uopklnsvlllo Asylum will take the matter Into the courts Bourke Cockran has given f2 to the fund for endowing a chair at Wash Ington and Leo University In memory of the late William L Wilson The Mlddlcsboro Town and Land Company has bought the Mlddlcsboro Water Company and will make exten sive improvements on the system J M Fqwler ot the Pa int Lick neighborhood brought In a chicken Monday that bad two neeka four wings and two backs Each was perfectly de veloped Central Record At Newport News Va John Yaulh forced a 15yearold Negro to fight a hull dog by threatening him with death The dog was turned loose and the boys bands were badly chewed up Mark Dardln hud a 820 steer to die Wednesday After eating grass all day the animal drank heartily In St Asaph creek and a few minutes later began to swell up It lived only a short while Tho Marlon County Fair and Trot ting Association grounds wero sold to Mr T M Estcs for 2000 If Mr Elites receives any encouragement bo will organize a stock company and con tinue to have exhibitions- Ex Lt John C Underwood got a verdict against Editor Cunningham of tbo Confederate Veteran published at Nashville for 15000 bscauso be charged him with misappropriating Confederate Memorial funds Postmaster J B Edwards at Sulphur Woll Motcalfe county fired on Deputy U S Marshal Long when that otllcer attempted to arrest him for vio lating the revenue laws Long return ed tire and finally made the arrest Mrs Carrie Nation the saloon smasher Is Insane In Wichita Kansas where she Is confined In The attack was brought on by solitary con finement coupled with tbe news of the death of her brother which occurred SaturdayThe of the Southern railway have organized and will ask for ninehour day with 10 hours pay A general strike ot mechanics on the en tire Central system seems tml ncnt unless the management recedes from Its position with reference to a nineDour R M Jackson day cashier of the First National Bank at London has bought 01 Tip Druco of Danvlllc Arthur W iillt pacing and iiTdrlvIng him to his pleasure Mr Jackson has bad oilers on the speedy fellow but be likes to drive a good horse and declined all of them G W Pike ot Livingston and Miss Daisy Scholl ot Campbollsvllle were united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the Chandler Hotel In Lebanon on Tuesday at 10 A M Rev A J Pike of Brodhead officiating Mr Pike with his handsome bride left at once for Louisville where they will spend a tew days after which they will maker home at Livingston P JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George Holmes property In Drub Orchard whore I will bo glad to you flour meal bran itult c for your wholt and corn Olvo 33 pounds of good Hour and 10 pound bran to the of No 2 wheat Our Is nd on the olllfaRhlol la Inch burrs It Is my desire to keep this exchange at your town and Itrust you will me a llbcra IIharo of I retail flour and meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel IOUmS FRED H Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange They Read Our Ad Which Means a Visit to The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale At earliest day possible They are daily coming for miles around to carry away with them loads of Bool Hoods at Msari of Low Prices Below Quoted A AA Domestics Look at these prices carefully then come ns early as you em ns these gooda will go fast at these ridiculously low prices 1250 piecfsuf and lArk patterns tbo name hoods cost you 5 ROIl cents in any other store our special price during this saleonlv 3c lousier cotton full yird wide He Best Sea Island and Hoosier cotton full JoYard 7jc iiunllty to now at Co Masonville Lonsd frllit of the Lo th and hope cotton 6io 200 pieces of apron gingham the beat Aniookeg brand at only 5c 200 pieces yard wide percale worth lOo and 12jc yard for this closing only 6c It Is Impossible for us to mention every article In our store but we guarantee to sell you any goods in our house lui money than any other merchant can buy them Corsets 10 dozen mssoa Corsets 60c quality cut to 2c- SPECIAL500 ladles corsets In white drab black blue anti pink long short and medium waUted well worth oOc our lltclalllrico for this sale Soc All 76c corsets reduced for this sale nt 40 cents All lcorsets go In this sale at 76c Table Linens XAlKINS AXD TOWELS Pine white imported Irish Table Llnon Inches side In a number of banutlful floral patterns worth DOo per yard our price 26c Red ant white and blue and while table linen guaranteed taut cotbri well woith 60c per yard at only 26c Napkins nt almost half price ro duction in nil kinds of cotton and linen towelsLace Curtains 49c Full 3 yds long extra gored value for fI during thin great sale at 4to McKinney Roller Millsl JB McKINNEY MoKinneY Propj Make and keep constantly on band the beat ot Flour Meal Hhlpstuff Dross Chick en fled dc Irlces very reasonable Out torn grinding a specialty U V Kennedy Miller Mason HotelMILS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplcnded table Everything firstclaw Porter meet all trains 89 Painting Repairing andI am prepared to paint repair your carriage or wagon In Ontciusjitylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GUKEK Stanford Ky NEW LIVERY STABLES W BTOKE Is SttT Prone JUNCTION CITY KY FlratClam Turnouts at Ileaionabln Kates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay Ior Sale J H WARD CO NEW Livery feed And Sale Stable Ittucei Old SIodDeloOt St Stanford New and stylish Turnouts notes rcisnnaMo SI petal attcntlon to travellae stlemien llore- ughtandold eneoturnlelou Sioglefeed tOe toe hitches N0 hitches on public days odttrntton sheo all stock left at our stblt Ibooe DIGNITY DARE tHRIITIOlrolft11M95 hands a Incises with Sleethigh polnta amodel In form lamming bay that wonderful characteristic of tin Chester hare family Ieh the world Ig u ntperior W all Ae a show horse he has already made a rcpnta ion Ioolnllln his eIn and from a year In isle Ihreelrarold Joys ling many blue ties he took 13 Bluo Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he li very with action nd li iulto ipeeily bntu tyllili We believe the pub In harness and under riddle alforJo1 an oplirtuaily to wcuro thelic li now of the lay atcoming youngthewnrice of or rolla rice within reach 0 all ilrlcit a class lumpwhrn matured that will eel rroiillvunour market at fancy irlcca e htm to fully apt re 1YFKSlrel by tho fainout Cheater Care No S 8 II It by lllark Squlrel he William he l y by Wick he l y Klog PeniiurkJenmarkIH liebydalncWashington aunt he Rare lone lIOIHllk S by On pat Dam lade by Wejchmont tet HedjefuM lr airNo r tar A 8 he by William Welch litWelrbmonlallamUttonlanby Ilvtvlllta b Almont 2tl dam lallalMesaesgerard orlllliJI Vermont 4lh dim Thoroughbred Will make the season of duel at lawn Men WI of HuMonvllle Irradfontrtdleou a 1lustourulleplkee- t SIB to Insure LlvIngColt Mare traded or partet with forrell Insurance becomes due at tlllle or ouch transaction Ir oey from a distance ItflI a U month Urn Ing bill muat be raid before removal of mars Iarea intruiteI will receive myrtonal atteaton but I am not real vnnbls for accidents or escapie C C CAIUENTeit 1 1 TT Miscellaneous 1000 stews fine white and colored beading regular lOc qua ity at tic Laces nnd ciubromrrlm at lees that hullirleC como and see them Oi t llelts never known hoforl to sop for less than lisle for lOt We lint 160 hells to close out at lOc We ImTcwciircil 12 grow of Fountain Pen which are worth each ror this great inlo they will go at SBc Pearl button Iliu kind you pay lOc fords any other store wo havo only BOO dozen left at 6c Celluloid collars worth lOc ootlug out price to 4 ply linen collar worth 16c closing out price Bo Mens Suspenders ISo quality closing out price Uc Silk finished iiispendcrs 26o quality atlocMens fancy sax loc iaallly closing price ony 5c Gray and brown mixed sox worth lOc closing price Ic Mens undershirts light weight fold everywhere at 25c clewing price out 16c All heavy weight underwear will be closed out re arilleM of cost It will pay you to get these good for future uio Sale of Dress Shirts 76 dozen mens Gnu drew shlrtu eight dllTetcnt styles to select from worth front SI to tl 2 all uo In lisle groat sale at 4Ou 10 dozen negligee shirt regular 60a end 75c quality reduced to 89o Mans work shirts light and dark col ire at IPoSoc SOo and 48c worth double the money alens4 ply linen collar regular Iftc quality reduced for this great sale to Bo Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Kid Gloves all space and colon worth from f 60 to J2 your choice It 6c 160 palm ladies kid gloves worth from cenlllI TTTT T TTT Our shines are Shoe better and cheaper than 1ever before Thin is your chances to buy a good pair of shoes for almost nothing 600 pains of ladies outturn made sample shoes inch M Val Duticnhnfo ft Sun Strillley A Co PiiiKroe tc Smith and the celebrated Thorns hopes Hhne worth 4 from ftt to fl come and get a fit at only OUc UIOIlth0184Uo a pair ==200 pairs melts anti coarse sheep worth f2 n pair In this title USc Ladle mlie suit children One priceMensand tan calf mud vlcl all go at roc on the dollar Dont mlm tlilt great shoe a e Great Clothing Sale It takes very little money to litty a suit of clolhiM or n pair odd goats nt a TJio Jx tiisvilU Store Owing to thu tact that wo rant to iKo out enables us to greatly undersoil nil ufOil coiujotiton Our clothing is nil strictly custom mule Mini no InuIt oftthe W that our prices lire low If you would only nonce and NK thlWu- rootl8 you would lw convlneol thnt Iniisville Store k tho t toro in StnnfbnlIIBOO pain nicks Htxl Iwyg cut Ion worsted pants worth 81 rotluciHl to lOc 800 boys cheviot wonloil andtelrsinaro knee rante wade to poll at 80c our eluuehtor price 2V1- AO ineua lino ant nxiiU to sell nt 810 Mo Imvu 12 diU rent colors to select from nt It5n75 bola fiiif eulxr S2 quality reduced to liSt Mens very fine custom mndo suits I at 8095 8760 nnd SUworth double tho price wo ask n r- CLOTHING a Our Spring Stock of Clothing contains all of the Newest Shadesf and Patterns We have suits for Men Boys and Children Come to us for your Spring Clothing Hats Furnishings and Shoes We will save you money Cummins McClary J Housecleaning Time r When Springs fresh verdure and the early primrose and on the lawn shames your old carpet and makes you revolt at relaying it is time soul longsforfresh for her floor cover selling I styles in rugsJandmattingsatsuch low prices the best time to secure them Look at our Fine Furniture Wall Papers Picture framesI Carpets Rugs Etc W W Withers Stanford J i49f TirTHEINTERIURJOURNALSTANIOIIU OCR proscription work IB unimrpaes PeonysDruPERSONALS BUllS 10 tho wHo of II U lioonoi a eirl Miss KATB WILUIHK le III with pneumoniaMiss PAXTOV Is with friends In LouUvllle lilts S P STAUO Joined her bus bapd in Shelby yesterday Mil WIMIAM OIIIMKH of Garrard was a ifucst nt Mr S H Cooks D NBWLANU Ju Is now InltH 1Tfor George IL Farrli IL Co W T SMiTII spent govern with rotative In Lexington MissTBVis CAlirKNTKil spent sev ernl days with Lancaster frond Mit A C SINK was over In Garrard county the week looking for timber Mit WM IlritTON who In ut Joseph Prlco Infirmary Is slowly Improving MKSSits W C Tiger and John S Wolfe of Danville wero bore yotor day Mils ISAAC PAUUISH of Bourbon attended tbo IlurvlelleUalley wed dingA G FAUMCNHII has been imlirned to duty at Booths dlitlllcry near Ty roan LITTLE MISS CORNIK PBNSV nl Danville U with her grand mothe- a hero MSS HACIIAKL ALLISON of Lexington la with her utiter Mrs Mar BurahMR T S FRITH of Urodhoad vUlt t od bit IILer Mn W U OUonnon Ibis week 1MIS A G KARTLANO wont to Lou isville Wednesday to vltlt nor ton W 0 Kattland HBV U It NotL went up to Uv logaton yotterday to till hU appointment Sunday DR H W OoiLVlH of Princeton bill Joined hi titter Mien Sao Otfllvlo at Mr J C Bays MRS W D HOCKRK and MlH Lo Hooker of Huitonvlllo were her bopping WlI1netday r MRS J A WIIIUHT pent aevern days wltll her daughter Mr W 1L Cundlff at Klncsvlllo MRS GtIOlIon L PBNNY wit entor tale this afternoon In honor of her ale tar Mu S M Logan MR AND MRS c w LOVHLI wtl CO to Somorot today to visit relatives and take In the strcnt fair Hits It C HociCKR of Stanford Is tho guest of her par nt Mr and Mrs M A Phelp Ulebirond Climax MRS DR K G DICK and hand om daughter tIn Helen Dick of Crab I Orchard left Tue day for Hookford tilts J L DUNCAN of Toledo 0I writes her bomefolke hero that she bl1 gone to hoiuakccplng and Is as happy us one could well be- CHAKLB80BK1IAU8BU who hBI beer ovcreco for George S Shelby for year order his paper sent to Ponca City O T to which place he bal MATTIE NBVICB went to Lan caster Wednesday to see her mother Mr Betsy Novlus who Is sick at the homo of another daughter Mre Lizzie Dllllon MR II IL KINU special agent of tho Continental Insurance COI Is hero with Agent K B Mahony Mr King Is an old newspaper man and a very pleas ant gentleman DR I B OLDHAM and wife of Kirk vlllo wore hero a short while Tuesday returning from Little Rock Ark where they had been to visit their rot ative exGov Eat ie MSS EYRtv KBNURICK of Monti cello will represent her town In tho Bcazloy olocullonery contest hero In Juno MUs Katie Wells of Junction r 1 Citywill represent Caldwell College Danvlllet R HlBSCll one of the clover proprietors of tbo Globe Clothing Houeo at Danville wee hero advertis lag yesterday In speaking of hill ad In title paper bo said wo nro thoroughly satisfied with the rosulu obtained from It- COL JOHN W PAULBTT agent for Kentucky for Rand McNnlly ft Co 0 school book publishers with olllco at Frankfort was hero Tuesday to see Iitnot In the school book trust which 111 I endeavoring to smash Mil JAMES MAJIKT who laa done more than urobably any one ales to ward getting this entire purl of the t State connected by telephone was bero a short while yesterday While appro elating his efforts In getting the whole country on speaking terms we wish could find tune to send more of lild goo letters from Mt Vernon t LOCALS LOW prices on shingles M A C Slno FINE candles just resolved at War ren ft Shanks TUB only work that the City Councl I did last night besides routine was t order flagging to bo laid for the Jut tare on Lancaster Depot and Mill streets aIias FRESH flab today W 11 Brady WOVKN wire and oak picket fence A C Sloe BARF Bargains In Sample Harness Call and see J C McClary KXCURS10N to Cincinnati Sunday via Q ft C 91ai from Juncityn City TRY tho Judgo Tuft cigar for aI choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store SEt our bargain table of ladles and childrens slipper Severance Sons RKMBMIIKR thut our term are cash Low caib prices on toed of all kinds J II Baugbmim k Co KiLLINU FISH Mr Simeon U Cook tulle us that lots of flub are being killed In Dlx Itlvor by dynamite and that the dynamiter will bo handled according to law It they are apprehended WEUIJINO PRHSKNTS A beautiful anHurtment of goods suitable for wedding pre enta just received at Hamiltons Seo bis line before you make your selection Prices always right LItcTU1tNMr Frances E Beau champ State president of tho W C T- willU lecture at Pleasant Point church tomorrow Saturday evening A good crowd should greet this pleas Ing and Interesting speaker IBLOW TRANSIT Tno Wayne Coun ty of April 10th came rushing In Wednesday evening Twelve days from Monticello to Stanford is entirely too slow for this und Brer poatarsleeks with sharp stick Tilt people of Danville are getting so good they will try to have the post olllce olOKod on Sunday Alike vlrtuou epnem truck Stanford once but alter trying the Sunday clueing for there ana no ono to protest against return to tho first principle Bio CONTRACT D Shanahnn 11 Co Ixiulsvlilo contractor wore awarded 11000000 worth of work on tho Boston i MUM water work They wore con trader on the oxtetiblon of the Kentucky Central and Dennis A Shana veruy eeotioaeespecially by the ladles 1T11E grand jury ut Danville attar returning moro Indictment than any former Jury was dismissed Tuesday A largp batch of Indictments against the blind tiger owner wero found and the men wbo rented their property to 1the whisky dealers on the charge of renting property to be used as n disor derly house wero also Indicted WB stated tome time ago that Row land was without trustee and tbo Item no doubt caused the people of that place to have a sot appointed Tbo gentlemen who wore worn In are Robert Albright N J Hlckson Roes Hlftll Janice Powell and J H Hurst Tho last named has resigned and hi place will bo Oiled at onto Mr G W Goodrich tells us that bo was chosen treasurer of tho towel but up to dale bo hasnt had a ccct to handle I5KLL Walker II Bell aged ncnrl 7o died at his homo beyond Huston vlllo a tow days BIrO of pneumonia A wife and several children survive Mr Bell was an exunion soldier but waa a most Intense democrat The writer had a talk with him ut Liberty early In April when the old gentleman de pounced tho republican party for bringing about tho death of Gov Goo bol and for Its evil In general He took great Interest In the Kldda Store democratic club and was a power in elections Mr Boll was a clever good hearted man and bU friends horn an elsewhere nrn saddened at the an nouncement of his death ASSESSMENT LIKKLY Tho controller of the currency Ilea Issued u state ment that the claims proved resulting from tho suspension of the Somerset National Bank amount to S10SWI OS Owing to litigation no dividends have yet been paid and all persons Interested nro requested to tile claims and fully establish their rights The assessment futurelwas but 1 55000 It Is readily seen how good tho prospect Is that tboro will beI one Those responsible for such a condition of affairs should not be allowed to go free when Innocent stockhold 8erlaro made to suffer in this way 8A FOIL TUB GALLOWS Eugene Montgomery who is said to bo u Stanford product got a death son tence at Danville for killing his four year old etop daughter Lula Montgom cry In order that bo might let tbo In surance of 35 on her life Tho jury was out seven Hours and the public had ThdI d some indications of anxiety as the jury med Into the couct room but when bo hoard his fate ho scorned very little disturbed Throughout tho trial bo displayed unusual nerve often smiling at tho answers of witnesses Only a week before the murder Montgomery took out a life Insurance policy on hero and the same day took bor to Dr Pe tuna saying he believed she was sick The physician gave him a prescription but it was never filled r s r NEW patterns In wash Ilknew madras cloths and chavlottt Scycranco ft SonsaSEE our new Slippers and Oxfords for Ladles and children Cummins ft McClary a MISS SACRA will bo nt Mlddleburg next Tuesday and Wednesday 7 and 8 making pictures ItIWILL SEVERANCEImproving his already pretty and convenient home on West Main Street Among other things bo will add a bath room TUB school Illcalled on tomorrow to elect two trustees In place of Messrs Cicero Reynolds and G L Penny Wo have beard of no candidates REWARDED J M Johnson who left the democratic party a low years ago has been appointed ponmasier at Wuyncsburg The olllco will be con tinued In Gooch St Sons StoreITilE transition from winter to sum mer was like n flash no spring Inter voting Last week there were snows balls and frost this week the mercury has been up In the OOs and vegetation has come with a skip and a bop The shade trees are about In full foliage and tho green grass grows all around CIGARS We resolved with the compliments of Lt Charles II Mor row of the 17th Infantry nuw doing duty in the Philippines a box of splcn did cigar manufactured in Manila for which wo return heartfelt thanks Lt MorIrow more onco distinguished himself for bravery In battles with the Filipinos Ho lsan honor to a father who Is vary proud of him Itndrowned In Dlx River near W Traylore mill Wednesday The report Rot started this way Mr A T Tray lor found Dummy Owsloy there lIb leg and to scare blm told biji that a Negro bad fallen In the river several days previous and that every now and then the waves would wash him to the shore That Dummywas scared and believed tho story Is shown In the foot that he lost no time In coming to town and spreading rite news TUB hop al Walton Opera House last night given In honor or Misses Edyth Young Grlggs of Ottawa III Carrie May llltan of Little Rock Ark and Ella Hart Wlngate of Versailles proved a very delightful affair to all who participated The young ladles were lovely In elegant costumes and wero greatly admired by all Including the many spectators Others present wbo added to the charm of tbo occa sion were Misses Christine Bradley Lancaster Suo Ogllvlc Canard count ty Annie Bronaugh and Bertie Janice Crab Orchard Pearl Burnsldc Toyls EDlleIman The gentlemen wero Prof Thomas Hampton Lancaster Andrew Buch anan and Morris Perkins Crab Orch ard Rowan James and Gcogo Saulley WinfredYfey It B Woods Geo Ellis Steele Balloy James Kngleman H C Wray W B Wcaren Ed Hale Ashby hit Warren and George Florence DEIIOB An INTERIOR JOURNAL man beard a uumber of republicans discuss lug Dcboo and telling stories illustra five of rite Ignorance and Illiteracy of the mlsfll Senator Said one About the time tho war in the Phil ippines broke out a friend asked the Senator what be thought about the respondedcm them a good bit of late and the more I Und out about the Phllllstlnes the more I dislike them for tho way they treated Sampson Another told this A book agent got after Doboo to buy an encyclopedia He said ho had no use for It but the fellow persisted and continued to urge thn necessity of tho purchase Finally Doboo got mad and snapped I toll you couldnte ItkA third said that bo was talking with Dcboe ono day and thought ho would see If ho were really as idiotic as re ported Suddenly ho said to him Son ator thorn Is a mighty good olllco that you aro letting go by default What Is it asked Deboe as ho scented a chance to make andtber vote Pork Inspector In the city of Jerusalem I really had overlooked It said the fat and stupid accident I shall attend to it nt once As Jerusalem is Inhab Iced entirely by Jews who do not cal pork thoso who do not al first catch the point con hava the diagram There is no disguising tho tact that tbo bettor element of the republican perry la aatrcmed of Its representative In tho most august deliberative body In the world and would rain hide him from vow If they could do so Ho is a curiosity and when be retires from tbo position that a singular taco elevated him to ho should be placed In a glue cage and preserved In the National Museum as the rara avis that the re publicans honored when at last they got a chance to send a man to the Son ate l KID Gloves at Severance fs Sons 0 terriblemurder case Is drawing to a close at Danville All tbo testimony In that against Dan Pope Negro for killing John Baker white was on at the adjournment of court last evening and the arguments aro now proceeding Pope claims that Baker Insulted his daughter and that when he beard blm talking to her bo secured a shot gun and shot him In the back of tho head Another verdict of death seems assured WOOL WANTED Wo want all tho wool In Lincoln county and will piy tho lightest price for It Cull ut J IL Ward t Coi Stable In Stanford for Racks 110ONH A OKNTIIV CUSTOM EXCHANGE MILL Crab Orchard Ky thelarksUll1112rutumore and the public of Crllb Orrlmml and vicinity to ploa o bear In mind that I um prepared at all times to exchange tour an for wlllmt and corn or olllollr meal teed chicken teed Rc preparedthanOldFashioned Burr Stone Meal stlpetuffdecI rpupeetfully ask a continuance of lame quulltyand 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE ThoJ M 1hllllp property corner Eaat- Main street and Iopnn Avenue In Stanford will be divided Into night lots and told ut public auction nt oclock p m SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of tho lots are GOxlOO 60x100 and 48x100 nod front on Main street Tho lot on which the house stands U l 3xl6S The four lots that front on Logan Avenue are 70x108 and all of them art desirable Mat of lots can be seen by calling at Mr Phil HpV ruHldenco They will bo offered ccpnrately nod then n acceptedTKIIMS 0 and 12 month Lien retained IIIILLH3 Stanford Ky A- J FarmErs Roller Mills STANF02D X7 MORRIS PllED PiiorwiETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the beat o- fFlour 0 Moal Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest prIces and J solicit a stare of your patronage promising to give you tha very teat results Dont forget me but bear lu mind ulwav that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Iror JUMBO I will mako tho season with my One jack Jumbo Will servo mares or Jennets at fIe to Insure a living colt HIRO Hero U a fine mule Jack Will serve mares at S3 to Insure a living colt DeBoo My One young Jack Delloe will serve a few mares free of charge Seasons duo when mares am sold or parted with Pasture for Jennets 82 per month I will not bo icsjionslbje for accident should any occurB B KINC Marcia nd GALTON 12910 Standard sod rrglilerttl Sired famltla Wllkw 2H site of Uiilottte 203 Lottie Lonlue JOV4 Eyelet mt 07 others In the 230 list rim dam Usiay Field gramlim of Alice WUKn 217 mil AlMtU 218 Enfltld Hire of dIn 230 Inllhe dims of 50 In 2Wor Iwttfri Sfoood dam Huick Ifi Sy Kentucky Prince Jr lire of J IJ 2 17l UlOOlllf 237j and others and duns of2 In the 111 Third dam by Old Joe lire of the dim o J t MT iimWiu Wilkes sons and daugh ten hue Win the 230 list Dalton carries Mood of four leading fmlllw Wllkes Harablelo nlan Mamlirtno Chief and Seeleys Aiuerlran Star lie li a great show home u has been tested In the show rings HU rolls are tut and line with great action sod arrtooiumandlng the highest price They have been own sue re 4ilonat the llustooNllo ant Danvillaenfiles and have won the Uivwt premiums for harness claws over all others One of his cults won a 87S s weep stake and a SJ premium und another Wit great Jute Carter that J T Creolhaw paid Jl no also lat the gelding that 0 C Carpente- rsol1furewsIntheaweepstake tallonhasproven a great erosion saddle mares as he gires tin iih action and gill Come and see his colts Iw Ire Orrwllog Will stand at my stable 2 miles west of IJimontllle on IJradlordif ille pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt W Pont Huitonvllle Ky MARION SQUIRREL Marion Squirrel Is hands high hoary body and bolle very navy mane and tall solid black without one white hair goes all the gall with high style and plenty ol action std Is wrfcrtly wood and amodel In crrry point and particular His tint colts liars reached maturity and are snowing what they are tine t soundest and best horses on the market bringing the highest prices of any combined hose on urth- 1WIIKUorrkm iilrrel was aired by old flack IS he by lilack Eagle iI IyWilliam fij to 1I1aek SIIr11 tint eau JloJIiie was by Rrowns lllghiander 2d by 11I0IlalIIlllghlolor he by Bunts highlander Marion ulrrell lit data bY Orlln n JdwiForestKtitB lllack Squirrel Is the lire of more saddle hors than any other horse In the world such as Highland Denmark now standing at fIG a wion Chewer I are II lndloll1 e88 Urd Miulrml hll and James lay the owner of Highland then says llut Mirlon Stulrrel t mudei and wore like the old Itlark Squirreltha any ol hit get that he hac ever aen atd that w should stand him at a pries miuallng his brothers and yet according to the low price that other stand at tn t loll county we will stand him In reach of everybody at the extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Llvo ColtD- loneydue when roll Is foaled or mare parted with Mires traded or rtmoted horn this county forfeit the Insurance and the It due All weak Is for ware owners to call nd sea him to lore breeding Marion Squirrel will make this season at our stables In Sunford J R tII BEA21EY Hosiery For All The ltavelaidugh Grade lace Novelties For Men Women and ddrenH- e aho have the fine Ribbed Cotton nnd LiUe Goods for ladles and misses and aline of the celebrated snawRnit For Gentlemen tooOurJOHN P JONES Stanford 1ImWe have collected all the ji IrnCUT PRICES These are all high grade material and workmanship pass1ti i I t i i i3 Go TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead w Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stainst y I THE National ookynvSINonOI INCORPORATED Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at alwaysfwin success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky OGDENSBU RG 8787 Record 22S trial 332 by Mnmbrlno teheneatehen will make the present season nt my farm at SIO to Insuro n Living Colt ORdensburj Is n fine Individual with knowtyof und action Tho people what a breeder ho U and will take advantage of tho low price at which ho stands Will also a lino Jack at is to Insuro a living colt See inv stock before you breed lI1 S UAUOH MAN- Stanford Ky I IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest FruitiFlavors at j PENNYS DRUG STORE f EAGLE BIRD 1 SADDLE STALUON jheavyKINO RAGLE winner t Enjjlo lllrd was only shown ono icasoa and wgn 10 or 13 blue ties Sco him before booking your mares Ho will mako the prevent season ut Thos L Biuphmanfl place miles from Danvillo on the Lancas ter plko At 10 To Insuro a Llvo Celt Will also stand a Orelclass JlDLB JACK at ft to Insure Jolla S I1AUOHMAN Danville Ky tTEINTMORJOURNAL tabltaslaaTtaoasayaaadFrSaaQw 1 PER YEAR CASH When not to paid 332 OO will be charged Entered n the podoDlu at Stanford at teondclau matter TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We hereby state that the Dls5 Plow sold by p S Carpenter la Just far superior to the Oliver Chilled us tho Is superior to the cradle W O COWAN- J S OOOOE S lI1 OWENS PRUTTBROSMORELAND Furniture Undertaking And Livery A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflMOT McUob rU Drug Store In the Owiley I tloildlnf R A JONESDENTIST C Stanford Icy Office over Higgina A McKlnneys Store Telephone No 43 ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured byJW Adams Ik Co Paint Lick Is a sure cure for horses and mules aflllcted with Vistula Pallevll Scratches Saddle foils Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper c For sale by W B erti druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty 0 it Thompson Klngsrlllej A Oaldwell Dunn Eros Bry antsTllle Ky F It ComptonMtlledgevllle Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg Clure Turnersvlllo J H Vanhook Mc- KtnJc ey McQbMY TJXTDEETAHER Manufacturer and Dcalear In SASNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky Drs Slavin Phillips r OSTEOPATHISTS- Will be In Danrllle MonJiji Wedneadajs sad Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesday Tburidtyl and Sat urdays Office In the lVnnInston UallJa Stanrord01 See hours 9 to u to PM- OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still ot KlrtiTllle Mo depends oa the principle of Anatomy and Ihytlology for Its rpo lulU It require no faith no drug no rubbing anll elahn bing super views mm as a machine of so many parts Iti U adjustment When all parts art properly adjusted and not health la tb reeult Some of the diseases treated by us Nerroui Prostration Headache Neuralgia HbcumatUm Catarrh Weak Eye Granulated Lids ioltre Heart Liter and Lung DUeawt Constipation File Gall Stones Enlarged Prostrate all Stom acb and fnWltln1 trouble Dlseawaof Banes and Jolnti ParslfdsIneonUnenceolUrine LocomotorAtax Consultation free THE Queen d Crescent and RouteI Pan American Exposition BUFFALO May lat to Nov tat 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will bo announced later Tho ran American tho greatest American Expos a iuonslnco tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway I NIAGARA F ALL5fromH2xJ 0-r 5tlte w r 4wMnw WWyif ohtf m w 5fr ft1J t ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o 0 Write For Price BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CapiUl Stock 150000 Swphi 110000 This Inalltutlon originally MtabHihcd u the D posltBank of Stanford In 18JS then reorganized i the National flank of Stanford In andagal eorganlied uthe Pint National flank ot SUnfor n 1882ka had practically an uninterrupted exlit nco tar U years It li better supplied now wIll lacUltlei for transacting builaeaa promptly and I irally than ever before In 1U long and honoiab saner Accounts of Individuals Bduclarler and individual solicited DIRICTOKI r Reid Lincoln Ci JW UaydenStanfoi iTIlarrh II 8 H Baughman J S Hooker II T P Rill Wt Walton II W A Trlbbl J H CollI rCnb Orcbd Jat Robinson Hubble M DElmoni Stanford orriciKt J S Honker President J J McKobtrU Casblu EAZLEY HAYST- HTDESTAKBES DIALERS IN Furniture MattingsRugs And Wall PAper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right iTANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE I lakes Tailor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your own suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as large andvaried as can bo found InI THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And the prices ore much lower I hay also equally ns great a line of samples for men New Goods f All Kinds Sow arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car pets Mattings Rugs Dry Coods Shoos Slip pers Etc JAMES FIIYE Huslonvllle Ky Lincoln County National Batik Capital Stock 100000 SUOlr to The Farmen Hank A Trust Compan and under tame management oontlnu Quilt for Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping inch bnslnnti relations will prove mutua ly beneficial and pleat Dill TOILS J B Paxton J d Ow J N Menefee A W Carpenter W IL Cummlni J K Lynn S U Hbanki J K Cub J B Owalcy OFFICERS S U Shanka President J ti Olclgbler Aut Cuh NEWS NOTES A Now York Judge has decided tbat a womans waxes belong to her hUll band Some one passed a 8100 Confederate bill on a ticket seller at Churobll Downs Robert Maxey formerly of Dath county died in Kansas and his son committed suicide Dave Burton shot and mortally wounded his wife at Ilumscy McLca county and killed himself The little daughter of Frank Wilson of Mt Olivet was fatally burned whll starting a fire with coal oil Cotton will have to be replanted lu the Jackson Miss district The recent cold weather killed the seed The sumo tight was made against tbe Osteopaths In Virginia as In Kentuck and they won out In the courts there as heroLouis Godard the famous Froncl aeronaut will attempt to cross the At lantlo from New York In a balloon wltl six passengers Sam Hoalcs after attempting to kill a girl of whom ho was enamored shot himself perhapsvfatally In a bawd house at Oopklnsvlllo Five women have already demanded the prizes offered by Gov Stanley or Kansas a few weeks ago to all wbo would Increase the population will triplets Mrs Arthur Carey of Dallas Tex daughter of Mr and Mrs James M Bucknor ol Louisville lost her oldest child by drowning and her husband by pneumonia within a few hours A farmer named Browlcr and bls wife tiring In Cumberland county went to church and loft their two little children Returning they found then home In ashes and the little ones burn ed to death The Census Bureau states that the center of the population of the United States excluding Alaska and recent territorial accessions on June 1 last was six miles southeast of Columbus Bartholomew county Ind Mrs E D Stokes of Louisville was arrested on a Loulavllle bound train at Montgomery Ala and returned to Mobile for trial She Is divorced and luring the absence of her former husband obtained possession of their child it Mobile and was on tho way home when Intercepted Gen Tlno one of the most formlda tie of the Filipino leaders has surrendered to the American forces and tallies the Head Hunter Is now the sly Insurgent chief of renown In the field Other rebel ofllccrs surrendered and ILls thought In Washington that tbe Philippine rebellion Is aboutended James Price aged 07 shot and killed ups eoo 1n law Charles Downing aged 30 at Lexington Recently Downing tilled f Negro George Broaddus and while he was In jail his wife went to live with her father When Downing was released he had a dltllculty with Price and they bad not spoken for several weeks Gov Beckbam bas decided to remove Supt McCormick of the Western Vsylum after a close investigation of he charges brought against that offl ilal because be believes the removal rill benefit the institution The State Inspector recommended It after giving loth sides a fair opportunity to be heard and on the testimony of persons connected with the Institution The uperlntendent Is charged with crlm nal conduct with a female attendant Damages to the extent of 15000 for the mental and physical sulferlng resulting from discovery that her picture has been published In lithographs to advertise a brand of flour are demand cd by Miss Ablgil M Robertson a beautiful brunette 13 years old of Rochester N Y She was In Vermont on a summer vacation when to her aa onlsbuient she discovered the litho graph and asserts that the shock etude her III and that since that time she bas suffered mental anguish Jacob Brown was overcome with sunstroke at Philadelphia Mrs Thomas Brewer was fatally burned while burning trash In Lew countySpeculator Phllllpj of Chicago hae cornered the market on both May corn and May oats It only took four rounds for Terry McGovern to knock out Oscar Gardoer at San Francisco Dave Spalding a Henderson distiller was blown to atoms by the cxplo ton of n keg of yeast Miss Lula Akers aged 21 droned herself by jumping from the Big Sand bridge at Catletleburg Heat already claims a victim The lines 60 years old died from Its clTeo In Jersey City Wednesday night John Turners resort Over th o Rhine near Mlddlcsboro was batter ed down and his outbuildings burnc by unknown men Sophia llcmphlll a beautiful courtesan weary of life Jumped from the suspension bridge at Cincinnati and ended her earthlywoes The foreign ministers committee In Its report places the amount of Indemnity China must pay at 130500300 francs 273000000 At Louisville Charles Langanbob pleaded guilty of killing his motherln law and received a llfn sentence lie had been sentenced to hang Whltelaw Reid of the New York Tribune was bruised and cut In a wreck In California In which one man was killed and several passengers Injured Only 28 years old and three times a bride Is the unusual record of one uf tho prettiest women of Utica Ind Mrs Isa B Tatum She has been twin divorced A dying unfortunate at Marlon 0 lent for a heartless minister to aid ber- In seeking spiritual consolation but be refused to go to the bagnio and ab o lied without hope Tho government receipts and cx cndlturcs show that during April 001 the total receipts were 847707 and the disbursements 811003245 caving a surplus for the month of 85 00000 Nearly 12000000 worth of bonds were boll at New York Wednesday ircaklng the record The mad gamb leg continues Russell Sage predicts nothcr Black Friday lie says It will be the worst ever known Miss Frances Duke has been selected as sponsor for Kentucky at the Confed rate reunion at Memphis She Is the beautiful daughter of Gen and Mrs tasll Duke Her male of honor will be Miss Mattie Sovier Bonnie Gov Beck ham has offered a reward of 8160 each for the arrest and delivery to the jailer of Pulaskl of Nancy and tiles Elunley fugitives from Justice They are charged with murder and are cllovcd to be In hiding In the noun aloe or Tennessee Thomas Grcenwade a Mt Sterling oclety young man has entered upon a icnltontlury sentence He was dressed In the latest fashion and took his situ lion philosophically Ho was con Icted of betraying Miss Bessie Wll 3t8j a pretty young school teacher under promise of marriage BUFFALO BILLS WILD WEST and ingress of Rough Riders of the World will ebow at Lexington on May 8th educed rates from all points on the Queen d Creccdnt Route between unction City nnd Wll Hometown Ask icket agents for particulars Hows Tins- WoollrOMlIuntln1 Dollara Reran far lII6 of Catarrh that cannot lit cured by halts Ca tarrb CureF JCIraxar1CoProrToledv0l- ye the nn JcMlnnfJ have known y tha last 15 years and Mlere him perfectly onorablelnallbusier tnnurtlont dally ablt to carry out any obligations made thlr linn TRACX Whnlrt ilr pruKXlit Toledo WIllnlt Klnuan A Marvin Wlioleoale Druggliti Tollo IHalls Catanh Cure la taken Internally actlnz rally upon the blood and mucotu fir of tbe aJatrm Trlt rye per Iottle Sold IIr aU llatA Rend for tntlniiinlali free ramllf fill are the best Stop and Read This Carefully A Gigantic Record Slaughter Clerance Snip Is golnn on at the Racket Store Stanford Ky Heing now overstocked w goods the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties will now have tho chance to buy Good Goods at Low Prices Such ns Dry Goods Notions Clothing lioots and Shoes Hats find Cops Ladles and Gculs Furnishings cut to half price Come while these great bargains last Watch for our circulars The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob GliiKburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Rank French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In Trench Couch Horse Stud Hook of America also lu Uepubllque- 1runcalse linens Natlonuux No 12863 1897 and In 1109 com Winner of Seat prize nC the National Universal Exposition Paris with over 00 gtalllona Imported by M It k Co Chicago In 1MM orde Color bay with small star black points lOX hands high weighs In working tired by M Lemcland of Commune of Hubersvllle 1825 pounds foaled AprlL2M8l Irause dam Clarmantl byOovernment stallionof Lamorchl gotdepartment Lelard dam Revolution QUASI will make till prusent season of 1001 at my farm 2 miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR 16 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares kept on at SOc per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Dorsoy Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estcllc 210j Sired by Xllcadl Golddust 4400 by Oolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl Kn Imported Dorsey Oolddutl Arabian stallion dam le Florence by Olden Mingo Chief a son of OalTs Morgan Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on making him an Golddust Is a dark bay full both ilde the beat family of road horses known DolIcv 16 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder ot highclass road and saddle and are In demand and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness at 110 to Insure aat farm nearStanfordWill make the season my coltWill also stand a good mulejack at I7 V REID Stanford Ky We have one of tho largest and heat selected stocks of VehiclesEver brought to Central Kentucky and arc prepared to Miow you Carriages Higgles Itoad Wagons Carts Etc at exceptionally low figures We also curry an excellent lino of Farming Implements Including Farm Wagonr Tooth and DUo Harrows Plows Rollers Etc tn fact everything In tho implement llrs used on tho firm We havo our own Hubbor Tire Plant and can replace your oldI Rubber TireseMuch cheaper then you can send to tho city anti tiara It dune and c Cull when are In townalso save you freight charges you Bruce Bright Danville i CCJ J o ijJ c NEW FIRM J O L- p laving sold a half interest in my buggy and implement biMlnwi to Up Mr A M Iciicellio new hugiucM will ho conducted under pp tho firm namo of 0 I GMSO PEJGE o iJi Buggies carriages Harness n Also Fanning Implements In addition we wlP handlo nil kinds of 0 grain Uorn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will favor the new i Grin with your patronage I remain Meant Yours A CARSON 0ROr C0000000t CJ0 000c 00000000i7 Ow S I S S S IS SS t Shirts Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters W E PLRKINSrCrab Orchard Ky 4 WAL L PPE JbOETh- e toIpeople ol Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially Invited call and examine the bAntome111n of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from the cheapest to tho most expensive made Wo hire In our employ Expert 1apur Hangers who will personally attend each Job at the lowest possible price Ho also have a full lint of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painter Supplies Ec Z L GIBBONS Danville flier Wlrd Doulch fiespochen J0 IJNZIGlt- ClerkCRAIIG L HCKIRQ the uggis1s Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Yarnishes Also Painter Supplies at LOWEST FRICES Of SomBthing NBW I IT WILL MAKE HARD WORK EASY After a rfood deal of persuasion I de tided to try the Popular Wisher Rnllclln truthfully ray it U the greatest Invention of the kind made Fun price at tint Kccmed high but ICIer a trial 1 am con vinced It is vory cheap Aliia B L Dnowv FOR SALE UY GEOl H FARRIS 8 CO New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain DayjWherc You Find Everything Perfectly Fees And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us W W SAUNDERS X CO Phone 88 110 West Main Streett