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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL f YVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 10 1901 9AM NO 22 KINGSVILLE Pt IDr C M Thompson having a tel phone line erected between bin homer here and his farm at South As a rule the mall PorkIStanford and Klngsvllle are ing and we wish to elate that Mr Luth Lanham Is no exception do It ox 4or kind and obliging John Hart who had but recently completed u now rctldenco rind had It IJ nlcnly furnished had the misfortune to lose It and most of his furniture by lire last week Mr Hart had Inured his property for Sloo but had not received I the policy Mrs Prance E Dcaucbuinp State president of the W C T U lectured to a very rood audience at Pleasant 1we church Saturday evening Tho had not the plcaiuro of attending wo understand that the lecture wa- sji highly entertaining and that Mr Boauchamp did full justlco to her splendid cause She succeeded In or ganlxtng a small union of 15 member was entertained whllo hero by 1Mr J W Acton JQSIO D Woaron Insurance agent of your city was hero Tuesday MltsSuo Rout of Stanford accompanied bv her father J W Rout was hero last week 1Mr J L Johnson and daughter Miss returned Sunday from a visit to relative near MuKlnney Miss Gertrude Pennybacker spent a low days with her sister Mr Dineen at Som erect C M Icnnybackcr of Lcxlng too Is at hit home hero resting up John William Dineen hal returned to his homo at Somerset after a few days visit to hi grandmother Mrs B C iIcnoybackcr Master Wllllo McCarty ha been fur a few days but le tel ler now Mr Leonie Francis Is quite sick Your correspondent is effected vrltb that tired feeling which wo tuppoto Is a symptom of spring fever Misses Kfllo Carey i lla Cbovolclto and Gertrude Leach wont to Lexington Tuesday to visit Mr Everett Chevo lotto and Mr G W I3atl Hd McCar ly Stephen Iloynold and Manford Chcvoletto bade their friend a tearful 1farewell and departed Tuesday for OkI to locate They will be greatly mused of course but wo wish them allI success In their new Western home W L McCarty Is back from tho cily with an Immense line of now good and continues to hue an excellent trade notwithstanding bo Is now conducting business on a ttrlclly cash basis Mr McCarty Is now In search of an expeI rienced lcslady to till the vicancy ol hit cxtalctmao Stephen Reynolds who bad been with him for quito ft number of years and was as popular as bo was wollknown throughout tho vi cinity J M McCarty will have dllll culty In Hading a subilllulo for his ex clerk Manford Chevolcite Uo la an excellent young man and was a faithful and elllclont clerk Mr McCarty Is doing quito well In the millinery de partment Ills pretty trimmer Miss Viola Dudley of Owontboro Is still with him Mrs C G Maker Is alto doing extremely well In the millinery buslncoe Last but not least Mr G A Walter it In the cIty buying an exten sire line of now spring goods Mr Walter has n good reliable trado al ways to be depended upon A VEUY KKMAUKAULE ItKMKDY It is with a good deal of pleasure nnd satiifaction that recqnuucnd Chamber lams Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item edysays druggist A 11 Sawtellc u Hartford Conn A lady customer tee ing remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to me I really believe that medicine wived my life the past sum tncr while at the store and she became koonlliuslaillo over its merits that IRt unto made up my mind to recommend it f In tho futnro Recently a gentleman cnmo into my store no overcome with colic pains that ho sank nt once to tho floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him I repented the tlopo and in flttren minutes he left my store smilingly Informing mo that he felt I well never Bold by Craig it Hockor i rugjlstsI JBLE t I 5UO selling hens wanted hero lit a I good price More hemp h being sown here than ever before Aunt Martha Hubble has been very sIck for the last few weeke Rats caught and killed several young pips for Wm Stanford a fow days age Some hounds Bt after Hrucos cat tie a few days ago and came near run ping them to death This moro evl dence of the need of a dog law Mrs Amanda Lay bas returned to S Dunbars for a few months stay Mrs Doolln of Pulaskl county U visiting MrherLee Rankin and wife of Wayne aro l vlsltlnc J M Rankin What most people want is something t mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets flll the bill to a dot They an easy to take and pleasantln eflcpt Fo sale by Craig A Hocker Druggislfl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J M Boon Co dropped dead on tho street at Richmond Weaver was killed by a full ISallluel Clay county revenue collections In this district In April woro Si20J02l72 Charles Collins hae been appointed postmaster at Crocus Adulr county J M Kennedy Lae been appointed postmaster at Monticello vlco II Tug gle James Anllos son was burned to death In a tire that consumed Ills homo near Jamestown Iyrrbus Nelson aged ii la dead In Adulr lIe hud been a teacher for more than 60 years Mrs J fl Mahan died near Lancas ter yesterday A husband and several grown children survive The American Strawboard Company al Hurgln has shut down and moved Its machinery to Cincinnati Martha Shelton who was tried for lunacy at Montlcullo and discharged killed herself later with poison David Anderson sent up from Fay otto died In the penitentiary at Frank tort He was originally from Pulaskl county Jesse Bryant a farmer living near Saxton Whitley county was killed by a trAin while attempting to cross the track In his wagon Julius Sullen won the honor of rcpre scnilng the Harrodsburg graded school In the Bluegrass tournament to be held al Lancaster on May 21 Tho State convention of Red Men will he bold In Danville beginning next Monday and lasting tbrco daysI Over 200 delegates are expected HIM Pearl Thacker a 10 year oldI girl was found on tho roadside In four el county In an unconscious condition Sbo Is thought to have hydrophobia- Mr Robert J Hrccklarldgo was taken to Lexington Tuesday on a SllecI ial car where she will enter tho Good Samaritan Hospital for treatment Danville New E E Mclvuy of Louisville has been employed by friends and relative of a Reuben Quinn who killed Police man Crum to represent him before the court of appeals A parole was granted Arthur Todd of Pulaskl county serving 10 years for manslaughter He was sent up when only 10 year old and hat about com pleted the sentence The Sato board of equalization made no change In the assessment of Wayne Pulaskl Adair and Russell counties Casey was Increased percent on land and per cent on lots Mr M J Farrle received a telegram that rich oil Holds have been discover ed on tho Paco4 lands In Mexico of which 8000 acres aru owned jointly by him and Mr Jobn QuUenbcrry Ad vocate Jack Wright an aged Mercer count farmer caught his hand In an old time cutting box mangling H In a tear ful manner It being necessary to take the machine to pieces In order to free the old man At State Senator C F Burnam nnd wits were riding over a bridge on Sil ver Creek In Madison their borso roll through Into a largo hole demolishing the vehicle Tho Senator and his wife had a narrow escape from death While Joe Smith and James Duck nor wero out hunting In Clay county Uuckner shot ui a woodcock and ehot himself through the leg tho bull also whotIs considered dangerous A change of Venue to Laurel county which was asked for the rive Sholwoll boys charged with dynumlilng the Rtmch White restaurant Corbin has boon refused Their second trial will be called next Tuesday John and Char toy aro In Jail without ball Tho Southeastern Mineral Land Co has befcn organized at East Uernstadl This company has iOOO acres of land In Puluskl county under lenses Zinc and other ores have been found on too land and this company thinks that oil und coal can bo found on tho same level ImA I OF A COUGH A tough Is not a disease but n symptom Consumption nUll bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases hue for their first indication a perallent cough and if properly treated us soon n this cough appears ate easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has prov en wonderfully successful and gained Its wide reputation and wonderful sale Its y success In curing tho diseases which cause coughing If It Is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For sale by Craig A Hocker Low Rates to the lan American Ex position via Queen ft Crescent Rout Double Dally Service Finest trains In the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full Information Beaumont Oil Fields Low Rates direct line excellent train service vl Queen k Crescent Route W C Rl nenrson G P A Cincinnati 0 A fast train on the Illinois Contra was wrecked near Kuitnwa Engineer Kecgan was killed Fireman Stltb Mall Agent Young Pullman Conductor Franklin Baggageman Taylor and lojuredrburned LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Mark Uardln sold to Joe Jordan a gelding for 135- Louisville Hello a 100 to shot won a race at St Louis Tho May 1 condition of winter wheat tg estimated al 01 which Is the best In years U S Anderson bought of James Marsh of Grant county 173 sheep for 11050 Georgetown Time David Garrick tho American horse won the Chester Cup stakes on the EnglUh track upsetting all calcula tions There were 1200 cattle at Richmond Monday about halt of which sold Prices ranged from 4 to Die Horses and mules were slow Mark Uardln bought of II Chancel lor a cow for 110 and ono of Will H Shanks for WO and sold them both for SO a few hours later He bought of Joseph Rogers three calves atllli- T E Brawner of the Jumbo section writes us that ho has a colt lust foaled which Is as white as snow all ovcrwlih the exception of Its ears and tall which are jet black It Is of good slzo and promises to make a fine horse 100 Houses IVANTmGeldingsf- rom 4 to 7 years old 151 to 10 hands Mutt be sound and free from blemishes and In good condition Have your horses at Beazloys stable early next Monday court day S 1 Iarblson Co At John Splane sale of horses In New York Grand Simmons brought JJSO Gray Billy 1000 General 25I Giles Noycs 1050 Rare Dclphla and Contest team of mares 8025 Lady Cossack 900 Fashion Maid and N na V team of chestnut mares 2000 Moody Jr 525 Tommy Burton 1l00 F T Fox sold to Mr Davis of Bourbon county five jacks and three leo note for 1600 for J H Baughman to same party 1 jack for 8150 for J K Baughman of Htistonvlllc two jacks for 300 for J W Given 1 jack for Sl6 for Samuel Cecil 2 jacks fJijO M J Farris has sold to Frank Logan bunch of shoats at 5c Advocate Facts About Eyes Blue eyes are said to be the weakest Upturned eye are typical of devo tionWide open eyes are Indicative of rashness Brown eyes are said by oculists to be the strongest Small eyes are supposed to Indicate cunning Tho downcast eye has ID all ages been typical of modesty Tbo proper distance between the 0018 the width of one eye People of melancholic temperament rarely have clear blue eyes Eyes with long sharp corner Indi cato great discernment nod penetra Lion The white of the eye showing be neath the Iris Is Indicative of nobility of character Gray eyes turning green In anger or excitement aro Indicative of a choleric temperamentWhen upper lid covers half or more of the pupil the indication Is of cool deliberation- An eye the tipper lid of which pass es horizontally across the pupil Indi cates mental ability Unsteady eyes rapidly joking from side to side are frequently Indicative of an unsettled minI It Is said that the prevailing colors of eyes among the patients in lunatic asylums are brown and black d CHURCH MATTERS The annual convention of tho Ten nessee diocese of the Episcopal church Is In session In Nashville Rev J IVs Hagios subject Sunday morning Is Christian Confidence evening Our Fathers Rouse In the whole State of Indiana there are just 725409 church members who own 5053 church buildings valued at 21124523 There will be no services at the flap flat church Sunday Rev J B Crouch the pastor will preach tho Baccalau reate sermon of Baptist College at Wll Hamsburg on that day Laurel Baptist Seminary London has made Its first effort at a country church towards raising 83000 needed W B McGarlty rallied his forces at State Lick church and enlhusIaslU speeches and 1550 were had Baptist Argus Tbo appellate court In reversing a case from Crlllcndan county against tho Standard 011 Company holds that the word Incorporate does not have to be displayed at every place of bust 1ess R N Pollock the defaulting presi dent of a savings bank at Cleveland O who committed suicide at Seattle Wash carried 805000 Insurance pay able to his family The court of appeals afllrmed tho judgment of Anderson circuit court condemning Leroy Stratton to death for the killing of J W Searcy MT VERNON James Houk Sr has donated a room for the band boys lo practice In There are but few better equipped chapters In the Stato than Mt Vernon R A d No 140 Mrs Jones of London who recently took charge of Joplin Hotel Is proving a popular hostess Several from tbls place will take ad vantage of the low roundtrip rate to Cincinnati Sunday A force with diamond drill Is at work on Brush Creek testing thf coal re sources of that valley Dr Lewis of Wild Ie and Miss Lena Jones wero married Wednesday Rev Dr Ewers of this place olllclailng When you ring up central dont delay business by the useless question of who Is that but tell the operator your wishes The appointment of a deputy collector to Oil the vacancy occasioned by resignation of Millard West will be made at an early date We have heard quite a number of crack auctioneers in our time but none of them can but distance our own Col Jordan Peter Chandler of Lincoln county The writer was at the Perkins sale near Lancaster last Wednesday where he met many old friends and schoolmates some of whom ho bad not seen for from 20 toO years Among tblOI were G T Ulgglnbolbam Jas Burn side Arch Walker John and Ap Price Joel Walker Tom Austin and othersThe most enterprising and tireless workers for the general good of theirttown and county are Jobn M Louis Landram of Lancaster In Mt Vernon we find James I White Judge Williams and a few other men of this kind are the mainstay In most enterprises and we regret to eay they are not properly appreciated for their valuable services which time and again tbey render gratis Mrs Dr Ewers has returned from aI ire weeks visit to bcrxraother at Dar llngton Ind Mr and Mrs W T Short and others will go to Cincinnati Sunday Mesdames C C William Nannie Albright F L Thompton and others are taking in the Louisville Mnyt Festival Ernest Ewers Is learning the mysteries of telephone exchange The doctors removed a tumor from under the arm of Brack Graves Livingston Judge McCluro Is some better Dr J H Lawrence and wife are In from Hy den to see relatives Robert Cox doesnt deny that be will bo married at an early date Judge Cbenault or Richmond Is expected hero today Thursday to distribute funds among land owners for many tract recently purchased on Brush Creek this coun ty Misses Gladden Ewers and Mae Sowder visited Pine Hill Dr Pan nlngtons mother was In from Jackson county for a few days visit- LIBERTY Quite a crowd of young people spent a pleasant day at Roys Mill fishing last week They wero very successful Dr C L Hnrrln Is building a very handsome residence on Hustonvllle street Mr Doyle Stone Is building an addition to his home Liberty has been quite gay for the last few weeks There have been boat ing parties and entertainments of some kind most every evening Prof J H Thomas of Dunnvlllc will hlt e charge of tho public school this year Prof Wesley has moved to his country home near Hustonvllle Misses Annie Bclden and Martha Tllford were sent to Monticello as dele gates to the W C T U convention und will visit Somerset and Burnslde Miss Berta Stone of Monticello who has been visiting Mrs Geo K Store for several weeks will leave Tuesday to visit relatives in Stanford Miss Amanda Stone will accompany her Mrs JennleT Wilkinson Dlckcrson who waa married a few weeks ago In Louisville Is visiting here She will return to Louisville Thursday where she will make her homo much to the regret of her many friends S T Spalding of Lebanon was hero this week on business Ed Stngg of Hustonvllle Is down fishing Mr and Mrs II W Pbllllpa have returned from a visit to Lebanon und Bradfords vllle Mrs Emma Wright who has been visiting Chicago a year returnee homo Friday Mr F M Montgomery and mother are visiting In Adair Miss MamIe Mayfield of Somerset Is visit log her slater Mrs James Brown Rev J M Bell left for his home in New York Wednesday morning Visa Stella Hudson who bas betn attending school here has returned to her homo in Dan vlllo Judge Denton or Somerset was here last week on business A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by n tow applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists Low Rates via Queen Crescent Route to tbo following points COy Inglon State Ensamptront G A R Juno 34 One fare tbo round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars 1lWhat Shall I Wear fiI- Et Come to us and i we will give youJ lIJIitM m rmITPAYS TO TRADE AT 111 0rI1 J GLOBEmI l1SMerchant f t fjil i mILLER HIHSCH Danville I 0 CofCodl oo t t l Saq- tr tr C O 0 0 tt IItl Gn NBW I L tr iI 30th rEver thing new and the latest styles can always be found with us f+ w P r Iho new V9 fir Square CrownfH StiffHatM39 f The Golf Straw Hat the Shirt Waist Newest things In Ties especially s L the Yo k Doth5 J Childrens Norfolk Suits Mens Pants 8 rJwith Two Belts tsol- AS r I All the Novelties are ours as soon os they are adopted bv the well J+ rt rr dressers Term CashCe79S H J McROBERTS y i e lr LL 1 t hits i f S W f r b Ift cJI H 0 TCT r tII v WI ff ifcQjO rw BOYLE NI2110LS 0 L GOVER NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforoUR RLPAIRIAG DEPAeTMENT IB well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol ic Terms reasonable and satisfaction ntyBurialmembers and are the associations undertaken J S Goode is the egent for Lincoln County Phone 175 eoereeoeewe tINtH A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY f make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed by anyone of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough mud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc j I will duplicate any prices offered a eel 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 Hayl Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TUG asylum mess at Hopklnsvll f grows and widens Dr McCormick charges that Dr W A Lackey his Be 8letaot went with a female to her room one night and remainedI f some time and that tho Intimacy exI Istlnif between the two caused the othl er female attendants to ostracise tbec woman Seeing that they sbunned her Dr Lackey Is alleged to have ofI fared them fine clothes to associate with her but they refused and- heI threatened to dUcharee them the first time ho was left In charge It seemsI to be pretty late for the doctor to brh these charges as tbq alleged offense oc curred in December last but his otber cbapes arc rlghtup to date They arc that Inspector limes while on his 01 Bclal visits to the asylum played cardsc for money and shot craps at which be lost considerably The names of tboseI ho gambled with are given as witness cs The whole rotten business sbouldJ be probed to the bottom and no guilty man be allowed to escape Gov BeckI ham owes It to himself the unfortuc nates and the democratic party to see that the eleemosynary Institutions arc manned by gentlemen who have tbe honor of the State at heart and wbo will see that they are conducted In tbe highest credit to all concerned Till Florida Legislature has Barr fled the country by railroading a billJ through which has been signed tbef governor practically making Insanityf a crime by providing that It shall be just cause for divorce It la said tbat the law was passed at the instance of the railroad magnate Flagler who wife Is In the asylum and who wants to marry again Heartless and Inconstant man may take advantage of such vl I clous legislation but a true woman will never do so With such a law on the Statute books the promise to take cacl other for better or worse should be omitted from the marriage ceremon which becomes a hollow mockery un der such enactment A DISPATCH from Indianapolis saysl that W S Taylor the Kentucky refuI gee bas purchased elegant property onI North Delaware street and will maket that city his future home This supposed to Imply that Gov Durbli baa assured him protection against ex tradition during his term of office If this Is true It becomes Imperative 00 Gov Beckham to older such a reward for the fugitive conspirer of assasslna tlon as will bring him to the scene of his heinous crime It is high time the an end should be put to such dellanci of law as the perjured governors of 10I dlana have made 1INno State of the union does the fee system reach the proportions tbatI it does In Virginia The Rlchmon Times prints the Items of cost In a suit for 824 recently tried and they show a total of J2357 all of which went to the clerk and sheriff but a small amountI for witnesses One of the question that will come before the approachlo constitutional convention will be are duction of such fees or their entire elimination At present the heavy costs amount almost to the denial of of justice as only those with plethoric pocket books can afford to go law THE Standard Oil Company declared k a dividend of 12 per cent Tuesday making 52 for the year On the strength of It stock went up to 9842 the highest on record John D Rock efeller owns a third of the stock and his years profits on It therefore are 17000000 Trusts are Indeed goo- dthingsfor the people who are in them The common people are com pelled to pay them tribute as In this case out of the necessities of living Such a state of affairs would not exist but for the fact that these trusts bought the republicans their lease of power SINCE the adjournment of the New York Legislature the governor has been kept busy vetoing bills more or less vicious He bad killed 118 at last accounts and was still working full time The right kind of a governor might veto all the average Legislatures do and make It better for their constit uency What the country needs is fewer laws and better enforcement of them TilE flexibility of the pension laws Is demonstrated In the case of a New York woman who killed her ex soldier husband In a fit of anger She has ap plied for a pension as his widow and the dispatches say she will get it Of course she will and anybody else with the slightest claim will be placed ou the pension rolls of thin pension ridden country TUB bankrupt law was not designed for thieves but many a rascal takes advantage of It lx Secretary of the Treasury Foster seems to be one of the latter He has just filed his appllcn tlon to be adjudged a bankrupt pre J senting a list of amounting to 8747008151 and no assets An honest man would make no such showing ass this THE Paducah Democrat Urey Wood will make its first appearance sons papert Sunday and the boys of the trl I looking forward to Itpod are nrta6watr neavtweaarawaawrea A FELLOW feeling makes sus won drous kind Galveston which sutYered even WOMO than Jacksonville least eight months ago has sent a hanl1some contribution to the sufferers In the latter city POLITICAL A postoffice has been established at Joshua Clay county with Ida Wilson postmasterS was appointed Common wealths attorney for the Loulsvl11e district to succeed Frank Parsons de ceasedDr Minnie Dunlap now of LouisI vllle but formerly of Danvllle Is elated to succeed Dr Louise Uergeman at Lexington asylum Gen McArthur denies that prostltu Is licensed In Manila and says that prostitutes are not allowed to land un lets they have secured previous reel dance rights Gov Beckham has appointed Dr W W Ray of Springfield superintend the Western Kentucky Insane lum y to succeed Dr McCormick wbo been removed A primary will be held at Rlcbmond 20 to nominate democratic candl dates for clty nicers to be voted for November Already there are four candidates for mayor three for city at lorncyand one for police judge The Frankfort gossips say that Congressman Henry D Allen James D Black C C McChord and possibly 3ov Beckham will be candidates for governor R L Green and Morgan Dhlnn will run for appellate clerk C- lames A Scott and B W Bradbui or attorney general and Sam Shacks for auditor MATRIMONIAL Sir Reginald Beauchamp was awarded a divorce in England from his wife and 250000 damages Dr Contuvler aged 87 and Mrs 211abbth Sbaw 60 were married at New York The bride has a son 68 years old- Sbaler Berry the eldest son of Con iressman A S Berry and Miss Jessie Joutheate daughter of J M Soutl rate eloped to Hamilton 0 and were carriedJohn A Gavlor aged 72 and Lucia Prlvlu 2a eloped to Willlamsbui rom Buzzards Neck and were mar led The groom has been marrlc hree times Miss Mary Wright of Sebree aged 3 and Virgil Williams only a few years older eloped but were caugt by the girls father just beforo Evans vllle Ind was reached Children of John Kammantz 74 and Ida Gerrunda 77 and Charles Hud Ich 03 and Laming Schultz 03 all of South Blind Ind prevented the lest ance of marriage licenses to them Dr J Howard Hopper and Miss la tie Bell Lltsey daughter of Judge I L Lltsey of Washington county were married at Pleasant Grove In Boyli Dr Hopper Is a son of Rev Joseph H topper of Perryvllle and a promising oung physician Mr C C Goocb of the firm of L G iooch Son of Waynesburg and Miss Pattie Perkins daughter of W F Pei klns of the same section were mai rled In Supt Garland Singletons office yesterday afternoon by that gentleman Mr Gooch is a splendid gentleman and a fine business man whll bl8 bride is pretty popular and accom fished A dispatch from Richmond says the Miss Minerva Park Phelps a society belle and Gen John Hooe Russell of Huntln ton W Va were married at- the brides home at Dreaming Creel eights Wednesday Immediately after the ceremony they left for thi rooms home The bride Is well knows bere where she has many friends am Imlrers She Is a most attractive wo man highly cultivated and a cbarmlnf conversatIonalist Gen Russell Is a ipltallat and his first wife was a cous- In of his bride THIS AND THAT Two cotton warehouses and a compress were burned at AugustaGa loss 00000 Claims aggregating more than 85 000000 will be filed by surviving sea men of the battle ship Maine A company baa been formed at Columbus Ind to engage in zinc and lead mining In Owen county Ky The consolidation of all the locomotive plants of the country with the ex ceptlon of the Baldwin works U con mplatedThe trust has decided to adopt a policy of centralization and will con centrate a number of Its plants at tttsburg The worst bear panic In years struck the Wall Street stock market Wcdnes day A squeeze In Northern Pacific stock caused pandemonium to reign- Lhe stock shooting up to over 30000 a share The unprecedented state of affairs produced a terrlllc scare and the bottom dropped out of other tocks wltb a crash It U hard to tell what will be the outcome of the exulting day ADDITIONAL LOCAL SEE our big line of fans 5c to 82 Severance fc Sons BEAUTIFUL line carpets and rugs at Bcazloy L Hays SEE us before you your cultlva toriJ Savo you money HIgglna A McKinney It TilE statements of Lincoln countys three banks will be found on our rourth page- S St MRS HANNAH L STEOEirhasremi cd her rooms to the College bulldl and invites her customers to cull on her there JUDGE TINSEl has recommend the appointment of Judge Geo M Da vlson for assistant district attorney and that settles It The Stanford man steps Into a good thing July 1 TilE secretary Dr Steele Bailey tells us that the next annual mceth of the Kentucky State Medical Society will be hold in the Scottish Rite Cathedral Louisville May 2221 OmT1uMriJ Bottle Green writes that the names of Logan Stephcnto whoso average was 05 and Willie Stephenson 00 were omitted from tne Roll of Honor of her school publlsbcd In our last J W HAUT of Klngsvllle who sured a few days before his bouee burned and had never received his policy will get his money all nigh agent R B Mahony tells us He was Insured In the Continental I M BliCCB the Depot Street liveryman Is busy getting his stock pene ready for court day when ho will bl ready to accommodate all who wleh cattle fed or keptj Call and see bow nicely he Is fixed to wait on the public THE Lincoln County Medical Soclet will meet In Stanford Tuesday next Or C M Thompson of Klcgsyllk will read a paper on the Etiology Pathology and Treatment of Pleurisy and Dr J G Carpenter will deliver an to interesting talk P H DAVIS asks to say that Mi L S Rice agent for the Adams Ex press Co settled with him in full for- lox a of fur lost In shipment The set lament was entirely satisfactory to Mt Davis who Is thankful for Mr Rico ITorU in his behalf ANTIS Mr Harvey Yantis age 04 died near Lancaster yesterday as the father of Mrs W A Carson of this place and J L Yantis of in- Vest End and was a fine old gentleman Tbe burial will occur at LaD catl ter at 1 oclock this afternoon To TEACHEitS The trustees of the Stanford Female College desire to enter Into negotiation with a good teacher to take the prlnclpalshlp of the col ego next session Address at one ommunlcatlons to John Bright Secretary Board of Trustees Stanford Ky WIZEN the correspondents of city papers get short on somethlni to send In they work the cocaine tory for all It Is worth It 1a no doubt rue that a great deal of tbat drug II being used In Lancaster and other towns of this section but even newt eases to be Interesting after It hat been told over and over again Give us a rest MAY 28 Misses Carpenter and Dot Camnltz were here from HustonI vlUe yesterday having bills printed for an entertainment at Alcorns Opera Houe In their town Tuesday evening lay 23 The pupils ol Central Chris tlan College assisted by some of the best talent in town will present a pleas Inl program consisting of music vocal and Instrumental delsarte elocution coon songs tableaux cc Admission 25c reserved seats 35c The proceeds will be given to a good cause BIG NEWSPAPER PLANTMessrs F J Campbell and W P Walton have el08ed a deal by which the latter puts In a Ilret claw plant for the publication of the Somerset Journal which will be ranged Into a semiweekly each Issue of which will be much larger than the present weekly No money will be- spared to make the mechanical faclll tics equal so any In the smaller cities and the paper will be Improved In ev- cry way Both of the gentlemen are experIenced In tho business and we predIct that the paper will eclipse lny- eyer issued In the thriving capital of ulaskl Tills office got out Wednesday for A J Glbony collector for Casey coun tV a list of lands to be sold at Liberty onday May 27 for taxes There arc- six hundred delinquents and as tbe- year taxes are duo number of precinct nearest neighbor acres of land and amount of taxes duo all have to be prInted the job was a considerable un Ttaklng We are equal to any emer geney though and with a splendidly equipped olllco and a lorco tbat never- tlrJ8 are able ready and willing to print anything from a visiting card tb a hundred page book better and cheap er than anybody DR ALCOIIN IN ADVOCATE Wo are tiering for rain around Hustonvllle Grais and small grain are at a stand stl11 and the worst of all fires are rag 101 in the knobs In the region south west of us In Casey A poor old widow Mrs Maxy living at the foot of the Durnt Cabin knob lost her house a few- days ago with most of Its contents NewiJ has been received here of the deatb of Mr Rud Knott at Eureka Ca1 aged about 70 He was an uncle of E McCormack of this place and during the years 70 and 71 was the proprIetor of the Hustonvlllo Hotel SiGh Slauuliterf J Was never Known in Stanford as the tremendous cut in prices at the The Louisville Stores r Great Closing Out Sale A DAILY RUSHCont- inues f and the many bargains latejbefore it is too fI Domestics One big lino of Calicoes worth 5c only 31c our closing out price Best brands of blue CaIcoes 6c quality closing out price 4 and 4 jc Yard wile blench cotton 7Jc quality easing out price 4c Yard wide brown cotton Hooslor brand close out nl4cA- moskeag apron ginghams 0 quality go at 6c per yar- dMattings and Carpets 1000 yards matting 15c quality to close out at lOc per yard 1000 yards cotton chain matting 860 quality to close out at 26c- Kemnnnti in mattings to go nt TOUT price Dont forget our lino of carpets to lose out at 10 to 49o per yard Ladies Such a slaughter on prices was never Stanford Co your spring i I George Durham aged 63 died In Garrard yesterday The plow combine ls from New York as progressing rapidly Alt Gorman was a life sentenc for killing a boy at Calboon Davles county George W Armstrong a tobacco dealer of Christian county coraraltte suicide by banging Thomas Cox has been elected to sue teed Policeman John Crum deceased as night watchman of Danyllle Jacob Taylor was arrested In Clintoi county charged with attacking Uaai Bunch with a hatchet Inflicting fata InjuriesCap Jack Mcrrlman died in a buck et shop at Wheeling W Va over the rapid fluctuations cautec his death JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the Gcorg Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will be glad to you flour meal bran KhlpttulT Ac for your wheat and corn Glvi 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pound brat to the of No2 wheat Our ground on the old tashlor 48 Inch burrs a U my desire to keep this exchange at Jour town and I trust you will me llbora share of patronage I retail Hoar ant meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at tho Farmers Roller at Stanford I sell corn by the red or bushel MOK11IS IltKI- H Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange JUMBO I will make the season with my One jack Jumbo Will serve snares or jennets at lt to Insure a living colt HEROH- ero 1s a fine mule lack Will serve mares at js to Insure a living colt fly Ono young jack Denoe will serve a tow mares trio charge Seasons due when mares are sold or parted with Pasture for Jennets 2 per I will not bu icsponslble for accident should any occurB B Moroni nd The fine trotting GALTON 12910 Standard sod SlrH by fi iuljctla Vllkn iWli lire of tinineltaQL Lollie Maine SiWi Eyelet2s andu7othersinthe251115- Ftnt dim Daisy griniltm of Alice Wilkm 217 and AletU 211 by sirs 011 In 2W suit tho din of tOIn 2aV or better Uin by Kentucky Jr street J12 171Lclllonale 2 27M ndotberaanddunsof2ln- the lit by Out Joe sire of the dun ol J q 217 Uaiulietta Wllkn sons sad daugh ten hue vu In the iSO Hit llalton tarries the blood of four leading fmlllM WIlkM llatnulelo nlan Maiulirtno Ililef and Sreleya American Star lie la a great uuw horse H has been leerl In the chow ring Ills cult are fast soil line with great action arrl Omlilndlng tholifglmi have been shown two In eewlaattheUuetoovflleand Danville fair and hue won the largest rot harness clanes IIlIkepeat Jane Carter that J T Slum for and nl o beat the priding that C C tarnier old for SVX In the swrtnitaltf Oalton proven a greet cross on saddle mares as he gives then lib action and gilt Come and bis rolls lcfore breeding Will stand at my stable mile west of lluitonrllle on Uradlordavllle pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt- W M DODD HuilonTllle Kj Shoes A big lino of ladles shoes In small sizes to cose out at 40c a pair One line ladies t2aml IS shoos to Close out at 6c One lot of children school shoes worth double the money go at 48- 4Miscellaneouse 800 dozen penrl buttons worth 10 and Ifxs per dozen only fc 3 spoos best machine thread for lOb 300 yards fancy webbing worth lOc now to close out at te 2K dozen lions linen collars worth 16c to sell out at Cc felftlIuspeudef 16c quality to ola e at So Mans loamless black sox go at to- Mens heavy gray and mixed eaten MX at St a pair Great Clothing Sale 900 pairs titans anti boys oolton TOrifJled pants worth il mliictxl lo ISo 300 pnlri boys cheviot worMod anti onulmero lino pants made to soil nt We clluCfIIO 25c 100 mens suits rtuilttto toll at 110 wv have 12 llflerent colon to select fiats at HOS r 75 boys lult regular 2 Duality to oloKJ out at USo Menl extra tine rultotn matlo tHat 1005 7iO ntul jn76 worth double tho stoneyeALMOST OIV1W Kid GlovestLattice kid gloves II at 10e One lot of 90o eaftett to close out at o Pink blue drab and whlirj short wntot corsets 76e quality to aloe At ISe t rt known in me II and get suit at half price reported given Excitement Eo8oo KING stallion Second CLOTHING IV Our Spring Stock of Clothing contains all of the Newest Shades PatternsWe suits for Men Boys t and Children r Come to us for your Spring Clothing Hats Furnishings and t Shoes We will save you moneyI Cummins c5c i I Housecleaning Time VI When Springs fresh verdure and the early t primrose and violet on toldI longsfor I fresh for her floor covering When we are selling new and handsome J styles in carpets rugs and mattings at such low jsecureLook fur e- tinpapers Picture Frames Carpets Rugs Etc I W W Withers Stanford I Danville Ky r Special Sale o- fSILKS r r err rr-r r f This has boon mid is n heckled silk season and hot lards have ledas the lit OIitO silk fabric Everyone who does not possess one wants it So we have selected this line for a special side because wo think they will prove great attraction 1VO will not make any money directly but will indirectly by pleasing a grunt many customers Vote well the reduction oilered and by all menus conic i and look at the silks Prices are down to the level of wool gOOlsclieap enough for wrappers and every day dresses 49c Foulards 49c Those aro not llimsy China silks but genuine twilled S Foulards 24 inches wide in navy blue French blue of rose Uw and white ford blade and Were never sold before bettor than Goc yard 69c Foulards 69c These are the celebrated Cheney Bros s Foulards 24 I inches wide both twilled and Liberty finishes and arc U 14of bist rondo the regular prices of these are 100 tend 125 j Theso aro in heliotrope navy blue national blue French blue old rose Itusidn green black on white and white on black and the prettiest designs ever produced 99c Brocade Foulards 99cM itY25c Wash Silks 25c We will oiler about 200 yards of best quality of corded Kaiki wash silks at 25u yard These have been 50c l 23c Mercerized Foulards 23c huveIr Colors and lesions are the latest Fine Wash Goods For eoMimcncemcnt tresses wo have the Chiilbn Or gandies the sheerest white goods made at l5c to 1 goodY I Dresses partly made and elaborately trimmed at 20 Poi DEsprit nets in all hurdles Persist lawns Swiss lltll Batistes etc from 15c up Any thickness of goods y want will be found in our stockImay T Ladies Hats V The special line of Ladies Trimmed Hat which we noCIII cqualedanywhcle They wore only put on sale on Satur J day last and tho linois still very complete and attractive s Danville Kentucky MINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIID KY MAY 10 1001 Mt1nYchoice smoke ut Pennys Drug Store Quit prescription work la unsurpass ed Try us and be convinced PennysDrug Store PERSONALS J T CAUSON the drummer la here Mus It Conn returned from Rich mond ycsterdey Mns W II BRADY U vIltloK rula lives In Somerset MISS NY17n WRAV will entertain the Charade Club tonight Mu J E POItT IAN was In Loul vllle several days this week W A Dory of Point Leaven was DutyMIt of Danville were here Wednesday diJliMiss SUKWILLIB HAIL Is back from a dMilof tlMusyesterdayMiljoined his wife at Mr Richard Bibbs LAWRENCE VANAKSDALE is In Loi levlllo visiting hue brother Bow VanAr dale iuitDLNCtNa3d11raSIl M are guests at Mr T D NuwlaodaDM its J PAiutiSand Mrs G C epeodlIIrig MIss RACE TCDOR of Crab Ore ard who has been visiting Miss Myrtle Uu hes oMnsarrived Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs M J Miller who remains qul to ill H T MlNOK of Lancaster peer ld through to Louisville Wednesday Wo wtlefI Mus J R HAIIUIN and children of fTorbln came down yesterday to visit Mrs E O Caldwell JUDOK J P BAILEY tolls us that hi daughter Mrs U D Gregory of Cav ItVion has returned from Roswell N ML very much Improved In health MRS SALLIB 8I1U IAN of Huston vllle Is with trite D V Ballot Mrs J T Kelley and little daughter Sarah Danville are uleo with Mrs BDII W UtTMK LOGAN brother of M retotl Carter 0 i thus place woe chow chairman of the FortyEighth Login latlve Democratic Committee In Louis vllloJtDcmTZionltow of Somerset was here yesterday en route to Gar to visit his sister Mrs Dr N taysdid 20 yenta ago when we stet met him MR C W ADAMS and Miss 51st tie Powell of Huptonville were hero the other day advertising the comedy TopayTurvy which will be pro seined at Alcorns Opera House In their town tonight COL W G WELCH and Ed eon spent several days In Casey flshlng The colonel caught a 31pound leas- Ed and says he killed seven big fish with a slick but tho latter proposition may bo taken with a good supply of salt Toe Andenon News says that Mrs C P Hull who was Mlles Glascookwas seriously hurt on a train while en routo to Covlngton Id to attend the funeral of her brother who bad b accidentally killed by a train at troll Mich StaofordformerIslands and familiarly known to tho uUappycounty relatives Happy Jack not only an entertaining raconteur buy a born humorist Climax ATTORNEY J RICHARD BUSH Dlabttrtheirhomeson has gone to Junction City to sp THlchardIJolI aclitSliver Creek Richmond PAa I8tngrnph 01LOCALS FRESH flsh today W H Brady SonsILOW prices on shingles A C Sine WOVEN wire and oark picket fooA C Sine PINt candles just received at R rcn Shanks SUN umbrellas tunny parasols Severance it Sons RARE Bargains ip Sample Harness Call and see J C MoClary NEW Ginghams Madras and Taffeta Swisses at Severance it Sons Nnv patterns in wash madras cloths and cheviots Severance it Sons I VfK can furnish YOU any standard mako sowing machine Get our prl Higgins d McKinney REMEMHEB that our terms are cash Low cash prices on feed of all kl adsi J H Baughman s Co MONDAY Is county court Think over the matter and see if you do not owe this olllce If you do call In and get u receipt THEHB will be a Illaamatch at Xcnla at 8 oclock this evening arc invited A prize will be given tbo best spoiler HELD OVEB Arthur Harris color ed charged with shooting into Bettie Blankensblps house in Maxvllle was held over to circuit court in IOU IN the case of Becker Ac vs tbo it N II It from this county the court ofappeals gave Ifl more days to the railroad to file a petition for a rehear Ing Ceray Telephone Ex change has left copy at this oflico for new directory which will be out tbo first of the week Kennedydogsucceeded in killing it attar had bitten a halt dozen or so other JthemED V PHICE Chicagos ramous tat nenor will be at John P Jones store Monday with a full lino of summer canslraere prepared lo take your mess falleto see him If you want something cool and comfortable JDanvilleto have determined upon Huslonvlllo and Utchellsbur as points at which Iia each factory Work will be begun at on the plants A NUMUEii of our business firms In ScriptAfteoclallon th eir dolts eo Is to otter Inducements to and encourage cash customers For Instance when the script Is delivered which will be only a few days INTER IOII JoLHNAL subscribers who pay cash lo advance will receive Cc in script good at any bouse in town which belongs to tbe association The mem bers names will appear next Issue TUB stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank have called a meeting for June 8 to take tba sense of the shareholders on reducing tho 30000ouquestion of reducing the directory five members will also be decided If tbe reduction Is carried as it doubtlce- will be this will make tho capital stoc of the two banks 100000 whereas woe 4150000 a few years ago The bankers say tho reduction was forced by onerous and continued Increase In taxation WHEAT Mr John Bright the gov ernment observer for tbls section says that even after many wheat fields wore plowed up in this county them will be nearly an average yield Tbere was no snow protection last winter bithe plants left ure branching out upforttikint wheat pulled from the 22acro field Mr W M Bright which showed 00 good stalks besides small sprouts from- onu grain and says that the sample shown Is not exceptional Ills exper Icnce proves that most farmers sow their when too thick Forty pounds to hashadtheDeand If there Is at tbe first of April a quareIDehethereafter a good crop will be harvested PRUITT BROS woeMURELAND KY Furniture Undertakinge And Livery 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE TlioJ M Phillips property corner East Main street and Logan Avenue In Stanford will bo divided Into eight lots and told at public auction at oclock p in SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of the lots are COxlOO GOxlOO and IsxlOO and front on Main street Tho lot n which tho house stands Is 123x108 Tho lots that front on Logan Avenue tire TOxlAS and all of them lire desirable Ilat ot loU can be seen by calling at Mr 1hll residencenr offered separately and then us nooptedTKIIMS 0 and 13 mouths Lion retained J IllILLIlS Stanford Ky CUSTOM EXCHANGE MILL Crab Orchard Ky Having made an arrangement with tho 1arksvllle teller Mills for flour I wish GrubDWmind that I nm prepared ut all limos to ex slang Hour and meal for wheat and corn or stir Ilsur maul feed chicken feud Rc preparedard MealtGrulmtn flour rye chicken feed shlpstujT Ac Thanking my patrons for past favors respectfully ask a continuance of sumo will try to satisfy them us to and turn out JAMES II QILKEItSON T1 The M Waist nnyolbersFIRST That nil strain is carried from the shoulders mid not from tho Week and arm holes as in other waist sad1lnndsomDonJther a nit- TnlltD11ida tI tapes at side to fasten hose supporters to which with the shoulderstFoiiiTH Th Jnnista cost no more than inferior once OHN P JONES Stanford timJ m il4 INew Wash Goods I I 15 Pieces Fine Madras Cloth Made toseii st isc at 12c c 5 Pieces Correct Mixtures Heal value lOc al only 7c fi jj 12 PiCCeS Lisle TiSSUe Newest Colorings at 25c I Iii Iij See the 12c Percales on the Bargain Counter at 7 I 12cIii Ii 9 i m 2127kRepubllquetcornpetingColor bay with small star black points 165i hands high weighs In working order lluberevllleepartment mylarmAT COLTMartsresponsibility for accidents or escapes Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estellc 219t anImportedMorganbeboth sides the best family of road horses known Dorsev Golddust U a dark buy full roadofat top prices Will mitko the present season at my farm near Stanford at f 10 to Insure a cult Will also stand a good mule jack at 87 F UEID Stanford ICy James Fryes Great Carpst Sale HUSTONVILLE carpetsatquality cotton chain mattings Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at lOc worth 15c All new goods and latest patterns Come al once if you want a carpet I cant stand IsATHEM National Weekly Investment auI- NCORPORRTEO Presents progressive profitpaying plan of absoluteequity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKixmoy Ky Strike and keep constantly on hand the list of Flour Meal ShlpstuiT Ilran Chick en Feed Ac Trices very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller J H WARD CO uuNEWuu Livery Feed And Sale Stable Ururei Old Stand Depot St Stanford reasonaLleSptclaaUeDtlon feediSochayOoUood attention given all stock left at our stable Phone Itf r IiY JTHE INTFHIORJDllRNAL ittbltahaTuoaayaaadFriSavsATE l 1PER YEAR CASH WileD Dot aopatdSSOO will be charged Entered n the post ofce at Stanford at r eeonddau matter r ERDILLEHAYDANVILLS J Manufacturer of L RICKAnd Dealer In Lin1eCementcCWrite A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Store In tL Owslejr nfordKyIJONES DENTISTStanford Ky iOffice over Higgins A McKtnneys Stor Telephone No 43 ADAMS FISTULA CURE it Manutactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules Fistula Pallevll Swinney Scratches Saddle Dolls hard and Sott Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper erti For sale by W B lcRob druggist Stanford bt K Humphrey Liberty 0 M Thompson KlngiTllle A Caldwell Bros Br antsTllle Ky F R ComptonMllledgevllfe Oeo K Jeter Mlddlebnrg Clure Turncrsvlllo J II Vanhook Me Kin fe- yL BEAZLEY HAYS VNDEBlAXERSI DKALXU IN Furniture Mattin gsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ YJcG A Y Jl 11 mmr TJNDERTAItEIt Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY fcO Stanford Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanTlll Monela Weclneao1a and FridaysIWill be In Stanford Tuesdays Thundayi and Sat urdays o dire to the l4nnln ton DuIlJIngJSunforJ 01 lice hours 9 W to r OSTEOPATHY r This Science originated and dotelopod by Dr A T Still of KIriirllle Mo depouds on the- pelnclpleaofARatomyend Physiology for Us re no rubbing DosnrglcalopenUonsawictalm super is fntunlhteopathyylewamsn as machine of so puny parts iu When all ate properly adjusted and not omworktd healthd ts the result Some this dltP sn treated by UI Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Ilheumallsui Catarrh Kyes Granulated Lids loltre Heart fiver and Lung Diseases Constipation riles Enlarged 1ronmto all Stow acs and Inteetl0al Disease oliionPI and Jlnts Spinal Curvatures Dislocations StirrjolnU Iaralrll nconllnence ot Urine ooeomolor Atax Diseases a specialty Consultation free NO MSI IlKlORT OF Tim CONDITION OF TilE Lincoln County iationa18aak1 OF STAXKOU1 KY At the closoof HuilncM pi 24th UKSOUKCES Loans and IIIONllnllIM2i6Orerdrafts secured and unsecured 18GOJ 40 U S Honda to securecirculation 100000 00 Premiums on S Bonds 229 M Stocks securities elc9tlOOW LLanking house furniture and fixtures 4000 00 Due from National Hanks not Reserve Agents 16118 M Due from Sttte Hanks and Hankers 168 IIia from approved reserve agents 45611 InttrnaMtctenue stamps 829 00 Checks and other rush Items 892 02 Notes of other National Banks 0A00I Krartlonal paper currency nlckle and cents 03 Lawful Money Keserre In flank Tlx Specie 3 SJTa 0- 0Legaltenelernele17000 00 2157 00 Redemption Inmi U S Treasr 3Iwr rent dr ilitlonM 8000 00 Total 118059 LIABILITIES Capital stock ralellnJlOOOOO 00 Surplus fund 24SO 00 Undivided profits less expenses and tax et pall 33081 National flank Notes outstanding 03b 00 Due to other National tanks 16661 II Due to State Hanks anti hankers av M Indtrldual deposits subject to cheek 191351 II Total at13eVJ STATE OF KIXTUCKY N County of UneolnIII Joint H Ow ley outlier of the stare name l Hank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the Itst of my knowledge and tenet OWSLEV Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Mb day of Slay J J McllOUBilTd N P L C ConitKCT Attest J II PAXTOX S II SIIASKS J N lv ErE ms REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD- In the State of Kentucky at the close of business April 211h1901- RESOURCES Loans and dlscounUSU2ill 38 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 7739 94 U S floods to secure Circulation 3100000 Premium on U S Bonds 3100 00 Stocks securities etc 12402 28 Bankinghouse furniture and inures 9200 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned 5406 Due from National flanks not serve Agents 182519- ue from approved reserve agents 4S20 InternalRevenue stamps Ill 00 Checks and other cash Items 1404 totes of other Nat Hanks 95 00 rational paper currency nickels and cents M23 Specie 11409 M Legal tender notes 5Wl 00 1148050 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer- percent of circulatlonm 153000- Total J2J sfl LIAUIL11IES Capital stock 50000 09 Surplus fund 10000 00 Undivided profits lets expenses and taxes paid 902 M rational Dank Notes outttanding 1100 00 Due to other National Hanks 7134 Due to State Hanks anti flanker 2 990 75 Individual deposits subject to cheek P94M 67 end certificates of deposit 1MO 00 Liabilities other than these above stated 8910 00 Total2396S509STATECounty of Lincoln f JJohnJMcRoboru cashier of above named ant do swear that the above state lent Is true to the best orm7 knowledge and lief JO11N J lcROUERTS Cashier Subscribed andsvmrn to before me this 9th day of May W M IIIUOIIT N P L C I J S HfXKKR W P Directors r P IIILL J No REPORT OF THE CONDITION oFTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HUSTONVILLE In the State of Kentucky at the close or business April JIth 1RESOURCES Loans and d lountlt126SOIIOverdraft secured and unsecured2818 61 US Bonds to secure circulation inking House furniture and features 2fcK 32I Due Irom National lInks not Re serve Agents II 800 21 Duelrom State flank and Hankers 2 S3 Due from approve l reserve agents 1I 51 Checks and ether cash Items 1787 Internal Revenue Stamps 123 7- 9otesototherNationIBanks257300 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents M 65 Lawful Money Reserve in Hank vii Specie IktO 00 Redemption fund with US Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation WOO Total 190111 III LIABILITIES Captul stock paid ia JSOJioa 00 Surplus fund tIfJJlJ 00 Undivided profits lets expenses and tues paid 48M Nrtlonal hank notes OMtstaadlnt 00 Due to othr Nttlooal Hank 50068 Individual deposits subject tu cheek 927l 29 Total 100111 III I J W Mocker rwhUr of the above named nk do soUmnly swear that the above statement true to the best of my knowledge and belies J W HocKKtt Oultler Subscribed and sworn te belsre me this 8th yot May H W IlfXN N P L C KDWAHP Au oar 1 H Directors H IL KINns WOOL WANTED We want alt the wool In Lincoln county and wilt highest price for It Cull at J II Ward l Cos Stable In Stanford for earls HOOXE A OENTUY GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed t Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains NEWS NOTES R L Bush bought the flees House Winchester for 917000 Tho secretary of the treasury paid 21130 for 00000 In bonds Hoary Hamilton fell dead In his dow berry patch In Trimble county The tax collector estimates the fire loss at Jacksonville at S10505OCO Kendall K Y was wiped out by Ore but two buildings being left standing The residence of Nelson Satterfield In Nicholas county was destroyed by lightning Policeman Pat Shannon who clubbed Lovoll Yerkes at Lexington was dismissed Deatns In Chicago last week show an Increase of 2 I per rent over the same week in 1000 The annual Grand Commandcry of tho State la to bo held at Lexington May 15 and 16 A chorus girl Marie L Wilson mndo 750000 on Wall Street by fortu nate investment The home of ExConcrefsman Fitzpatrick near Forks of Elkhorn burner causing a loss of 5000 In a wreck on the Burlington at Thayer Ia the engineer was killed and 30 people were Injured At Rockflold Ind Wilber Miller shot his sweetheart Bertha Timmons and then committed suicide The court of appeals has granted 10 days In which to allow attorneys for Caleb Powers to prepare a petition ask ing modification of the higher courts opinion The last seasonal year ended March 1 with a shortage of 12 43 Inches in precipitation and the first seven weeks of the current year have Increased the deficiency 329 Inches George P Weaver the barber who was charged with perjury In the Caleb Powers case did not put In appearance when his case was called at George town and his cash bond of 200 was de clared forfeited Official announcement has been made of tbo combination of the principal ihlpbullulng Interests of the country with a capital of 70000000 The new organization will have a capacity of 330000 tons a year The British fatalities In tb South African war number 714 olllcers apd 14204 men Four olllcora and 314 men died after reaching home and 2401 noncommissioned officers and men have left the service until for duty The cases of John W Davie Harlan Wbltaker and Tallow Dick Combs charged with complicity In the murder of Gov Goebel were continued by agreement at Georgetown owing to the Illness of ExGov John Young Brown and the wife of Judge J C Sims Mrs McKInley will touch the button which will release an ax to sever a ropo allowing the battleship Ohio to slide into the water at San Francisco while Miss Helen Deshler of Colum bus will break a bottle of California wino on the bow and christen the now Qghtlng machi- neMARION SQUIRREL Marion Squirrel Is Ifi hands high heavy lady and bone heavy wane and tall solid black with out one white hair goes all the pails with highI style and plenty of action and Is iwrfrctly and a model In every point and particular lint colts have reached maturity and are snowing what they ire nne t soundest and best lnreoni- ce market bringing the bigbeat prices of any combined boric on wIllRrlon thulrrel wea aired hy old lIIack M he by Eagle 7t he by William Ac Mack Squhrela tint dun Motile wasbv Urowns Highlander 21 byMc pjonalda Highlander he by Hunts 1Ilj1blanMrI arlon dun loy totes saddle bone 2d dam hjr Hughes Edwin mtINIITK Illack Squirrel Is the sire wore saddle hones than any horse In the world suehas Highland Denmark now season Chester Hare standing at llelwputrrel 898 soil James Jaytheowner of Highland IItnI odelandmore like theold Ulack li Squlrrelwthan any of bis get that he ba ever wen ard that eIshould stand him at a price equaling his brothers and according to the low price that others stand at tn this county we will stand hint In reach of everybody at the extremely low priieof At 1250 to Insure Live Colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted- ilh Mares traded or removal emu thin county forfeit the Insurance and the money Is duo AH e ask II Ir mare owner call andee situ be lore breeding Msrlon Squirrel will uiike this season at our stables In Stanford J RAK II BEAZLEY During the past week 01 oil compan- Ied filed charters at Austin Tex Fire destroyed the plant of the Aden Knitting Mills at Paducah Loss I20 000Two persons lost their lives and a number were injured In an apartment house fire in New York It cost 22330964 to buy tho turn pikes in JelTerson county the last ono of which was freed this week Seven thousand employee of tin Pennsylvania Steel Works will get a 10 per cent wage advance Juno 1 It Is reported that President Cleveland has scooped In 400000 profits on the rise In Northern Pacific stock A big oil refinery will be built at Beaumont Texas by n company bead ed bv C B Forward of Cleveland Mary Martin of Allen county sent to the penitentiary for aiding her sweetheart to escape from jail was pa roled John W Hanberry one of the most prominent farmers in Christian count died from an overdose of morphine taken to relieve rheumatism Van Buron Triplett Inventor of tie gold brick who made 1000000 by his fraud was burled last week In the pot tars field at West Baden Ind Joe Lcltor of Chicago has purchas ed for a syndicate the Richmond Va Locomotive Works paying 1000050 John D Rockefeller Is a member of tho syndicateThe States court will take steps to enforce collection of a judg ment for 30000 against the citizens of Taylor county on subscriptions railroad bonds Whiledriving a team down a steep hill near Union City Tenn Don Ar nctt attempted to stop the team by put ting on the brake with his foot Ho was thrown under the wheels and kill ed Mrs Anna Browlnskl Wright wife of the Rev Julius E Wright presid ing elder of the Shelbyvllle district Kentucky Conference died at the Nor ton Infirmary Louisville from an op erationLula Bush colored an inmate of the State penitentiary gave birth to a child Tuesday She was sent up from Winchester for life for child murder and was received at the Institution on Oct 10 1000 The appointment of friends of the Reynolds band by the sheriff of Letch er county toguard John Reynolds the wounded outlaw place Detective Wright and his men In the position of defying the officers of the law if they attempt to arrest the members of the kuklux gang HOWS THIS We nffr One Hundred lK llin Reward for any use of Catarrh that cannot Ie cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure J Cnrxnr A Co Inn Toledo O the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any oMIjitlons made by their Inn WMT A TRAIX Wholesile lIru II TolMo U Walling Klnnan A Marvin Wholesale Druggists ToMo llslls Catsrih Cure Is taken Internally actlni directly upon the blood and mucous sirfim of the system lace 7fc per bottle Sold by all druggist Send fur tpsllrannUls tree lulls Family are the test DIGNITY DARE DnaterloN VnaleJiaaj n bands at Inches high Its mahogany bay wlth black points a woleiIn form OIIC801l1lbat wonderful stvle ehsrartertstlc of the Chester Dare family wbleb the world acknowledges as auKrior to all As a show horse he has already toad a reputation winning In his con and aweepstake from a year ling many blue ties In bis three year old lorm betook 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows rrIylhhIn harntu and Ilr Is now atturdnl an opportunity to secure the service of thus coming young sUllion of the lay at rlr within reach all a claw of colts when matures that will sell readily on our Eastern market at fancy price Pee him to fully appre ctt him lKDIiRKKSirfd by the famous Chester Dare No lo S lt it he by lIIack S Iulrre tie Illack Eagle he lv King Wllilsiu he by Washington ltonmirki be by tuioes Denmark and by lure llorw Denmsrk r8 by Im tnrtnl Hedgeford lot Daiu llsile WelebHiunt No A It he by William Welch ill he ny Itysdiks HsmMetonlaii lo Welcbmonta lit dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2w1 Id due by Alulallah Mwwnger Ird by lillla Vrmout dam Thoroughbred Will nuke the season of IfW at lawn Mere Block Farm 2 miles West of Hustouvllle Ky on llndfordiTllle llu ton llle pile LlvingColtMaresmoney becumes due at time of such transaction paresmua a distance ketit a 91 per month rnx Mil must lie paid Wore removal of ware tares lntiuilo1 will receive my personal atttnlon but am nut rwjionsible for accidents r eocaiile CC rAUlKNTKH i REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG WAL PAPER PARLOR + The people of Stanford nnd Line ln County are cordially Invited to call and examine thin handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from the cheapest to tho most expensive made Wo have In our employ Expert Paper Hanger who will personally attend each Job at tho lowest possible price Ho also have a full HUH of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Ec A E GIBBONS DanvilleClerkIIller Wird Deutch fiespochen JQ BANZIUK We have one of the largest and boat selected stocks ot A VehiclesEver brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show Carriages HuvKler Itond Wagons Carls exceptionallyl- ow figtiron 11 o alto carry au excellent lino of Farming Implements Including Faun Wngonf Tooth and Disc Harrows Plows hollers Isle in everything In the linnleiimiit line used on the farm We have our own Hubhcr Tire Plant nod can replace your old- Rubber Tires Much cheaper thou you can send to the city coil Lnvo It done and also save you freight charges Call when you are in town Bruce Bright Danville GCOOOOOOOOC 000 0 00 5r r I NEW FIRM J I 0tf U 050U ip Having told a half Interest In my buggy and Implement huilnesj to U 0 Air A M lenc the new htmincM will be conducted under 0 0 the firm name of 1 CARSOff PEj CE C 0 We will keep in stock at nil times n handsome lino of Q 1 Buggies Carriages Harness o ofnC firm with your patronage I remain Heapt Yours W A CARSONU 0w0000 000000000 000 f tit SSSSSSIS SSSS ISSI Shirts f Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer HeadquartersSW E PERKINS S Crab Orchard Ky S Stop and Read This Carefully I A Gigantic Record Slaughter Clerance pale U goinn on at the JUoket Store Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with goods the OOJlluf Lincoln and surrounding counties will now have tho chance to buy Good Goods at Low Prices Such as Dry Goods Notions Clolhingtonts and Shoca Had and Caps LHdiea and Gents Furnishing cut to half price Come while Ihwo IIrtatIbargains last Watch for our circulars The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburi Prop Next Door to Ilncnn National flanks J nCK lRoIJ the BIYWists Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Hupplie at LOWEST PRicEs SoIn thingNewf IT WILL MAKE HARD WORKEASY After a good deal of Persuasion I de cided to try the Popular anti can truthfully say in the tttentost Invention of the kind mode The price at first secured high but after n Iamn con vinced It is very chcnp MRSKJ BROWN 44 FOR SALE BY GEO HI FARRIS 8 CO New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres 1 And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us W W SAUNDERS CO w Phone 88 110 West Main Street