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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t l SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J Ir VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 14 1901 9AM NO 23 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Judge Evans holds that the city of Mlddlosboro is liable ua 8160000 bond Itiuc A poetolllco hue boon established at McOaha Adair county with John IJur too postmaster a Too Marion county grand jury has returned 13 Indictments against alleged poker playerllIWilliam White colored was lodged r In jail at Lancaster to await the action of the grand jury In August on thu cburco of burglary There wits n down pour of rain hall and snow on tho Duke farm In Boyle Friday afternoon doing considerable damage to crops Tho court of appeals hat refuted toI reverse the decision of tho Anderson circuit court Imposing the death ton 1 tenco on HollloSlrutton for the mur der of J N Stacy last October I The Advocate eays that the Roth Cooperage Co of Chicago will likelyt establish a 8 0000 factory at Junction City They arc trying to buy the a property of the WiborgHanna planing company but think 10000 a little steep for six acrci A country club of Danvlllo business y men has leased a large body of property lying along Dlx River for a dlitanco of two mile for a resort A boalbousu will be erected and tennis and golf grounds will be provided also a model country bouio for extensive entertain log The following are members G K Wiseman W W WUeraan Ned WUemao John and George Mcltob crts W 3 Glore Raymond Flagp Dudley Uryant Lou Bryant A C King Ned Welsh W P Woodcock and Dr Rice Cowan t1s Too Rev Dr W C Roberts was elected president of Central University of Kentucky and the Rev Dr L II LJIanton was elected vice president The former gets 13000 a year with residence and the latter tho same with traveling expense There wlil bo 12 Icbaln In Centre College the literary branch of tho Central University and they will be occupied by President Roberts 1rofs John W I Redd S R Check C O Crooks C M Gordon Cbaeo Palmer John C Pale J V Logan and two others to bo employed Q At Indlauapollt William Phelps of Richmond Ky and James Stanbury of that city were cleaning tho Inside of an upright boiler at the ccrcallne mills when an employe turned on tbo steam thinking the cock was tight It Soaked and the scalding steam poured in on the two men Tho only exit was ulna ladder to a mnnbolo In tbo top Both jumped for tbo ladder Pbolps reached it first took one step and stopped Uo jumped aildo and BboutedhYoUO first Jim you are married Stunabury sprang up the Udder and escaped with slight burns about the taco and loge Though Phtlps followed at his hccis bis act ol 4burolsm coot him his life as he died shortly afterward I A SlHAINKD ANKLE QUICKLY CUBE At one time I Buffered from a severe tprin of the ankle says Geo K Cory editor of the Guide Wathltigton Va After using several well recommended medicines without IUCCCM I tried cham aberlaiaa Ialn Balm and am pleased to tar that relief came as soon us began Its use anti a complete cure ipecdliy followed This remedy has also been 116edI In ray family fur frost bitten feet with the best results I cheerfully recom mend Its use to all who may need a first class liniment Sold by Craigt Hock ur Druggists Uelltivlng that It is tbo duty of cv 11 cry man to bo as good to his wife as I circumstances will permit wo have just bought our bettor half a nice new I boo and garden rake and if some o our subscribers who ought to done so long ago will pay up wo shall buy her a wheelbarrow and shovel Gaylord 1uns Herald f Low Rates to the Lan Amerlean Ex position via Queen It Crescent Route Double Dally Service Finest trains In tho South Consult ticket agents for 5rates and full Information Beaumont Oil Fields Low Rates direct line excellent train service via Queen d Crescent Route W C Ill DcareoD G P A Cincinnati O r What most people want is somelldn mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Llvei- Tablets fill the bill to a dot They an easy to take and pleasant In cflect Fo flail by Craig Rocker Druggists Elephants have only eight teeth two below und two above on each side All an elephants baby teeth fall out when the animal is about 14 years and anew sot grows Joseph hush a farmer of Northern Indiana bus just celebrated his 108th birthday anniversary Ho has records In his possession to prove his ago r Flro at Mayfield destroyed eight ice + faces buildings Lou 830000 Incur once 12000 I fyr G1 z 4N LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J A Estcs sold three heifers and a cow yesterday for 511IGreenberry Hrlgnt bought of Dr C A Cox a horse for 1100IG L Penny harness horse for 85 T P Tuttle bought of W IL Mur phy a sow and pigs for 111iIIt C Nunnelley sold to A R Nun alley a bunch of hogs at 60ID S Carpenter refuted 8225 for a 11I months old colt Dare bIbulls for sale R Cobb Danville W T Logan sold to Sebastian of Garrard four yearling cattle at 12JIW M Matheny sold to Morris Fred barrels of corn at 12 delivered- W II Murphy sold a cur load of hay delivered at McKlnncV at 813 a tonLady Schorr the favorite won the Kentucky Oaks at Louisville Satur dayIT W Napier bought of Uuck Davis combined horse for a Georgia lady for 8110 D C Allen bought a car load of boIat ale lie was paying ITu for wool etordayIGeorge T Wood bought of S MI Owens 00 sheen with 75 lambs thrown u at A W Carpenter bought of Charles Lutes a mare mule ho bought In PaIlaski for 8tt T L and W II Llllard sold to JakoI A Robinson their farm of 448 acres InI Boyle county at 103 Richard Croknrs horse Harrow ridden by J HollY won the Stewards Handicap In InglaDdIO P Huffman bought of Monlla oxI 14 000pound cattle at 4o and of Buck lIIatt a few hogs at So- W W Lyon t Co sold to Joo Jor don two harness geldings for 8300 andI one to C T llohon for 8160 W H Traylor bought of Samuel Dudderar and son Reuben 1000 bushels of wheat at ilia deliveredIJ C IJulley sold to Pony Heazley a brown gelding for 8200 which ho bought a few weeks ago for 8145- G O McCullom of Junction CityI sold two combined harness horses to aC Cincinnati party for 8250 Advocate Sixtytwo thousand acres of land In the Texas oil fields changed hands Eastern capitalists acquiring It for 81 250000 Charles Lutes was In Pulaikl last week and bought several yearling catI tic Ho sold to Somerset parties some fat hogs at 405 Smith vt Powell of Madison shipped 10 Southdown owe and one ram toI Missouri They got 825 for the ram and 820 each for the seta A grain elevator which will bold 3I100000 bushels Of wheat is being built at tho head of Lake Superior by tbeI Great Northern Hall roadIThe State of Kansas Is now advertis lag that 16000 young men aro needed at 82 a day to help In the harvest and afterwards remain In the country- A reporter of the INTKIUOH JouitNAL saw Senator Joseph W Bailey pay Lovo Llllard 81100 for four fine thoroughbred heifers at Lexington the other day Col H S Anderson bought of Jus Franks of Grant county 103 ewes at 8025 There were 180 lambs with the bunch that were thrown In Winches tor Democrat E P Woods k Son bad hero yesterday a One mare colt by their good jack Sweet William It measured tbrci feet and 7J Inches high when foiled and la a good one In every way A plow trust with a capitalization of 50COO000 has been about perfected but It will have only 17 of the largest factories In the country In It leaving enough outside for some pretty lively competition among tho agriculturists Richard Cobb of W PolledfDurham Association of Elmore 0 a very One double standard Pdlled Durham bull for 8203 and to G Lynn of Qubers three very fine Poll ed Durham heifers at fancy prices Sanders Fox C Co sold to Simon Wolbl 200 export cattle weight abou 1200 pounds at 465 Joe Glazobrook sold a large flock of owes and lambs Monday at 80 78 R A Wood of Wit more bought 21 horses In this county at prices ranging from Ijli to 8125 n 7gacres EDterprl8erThe price as Mon woolrgrowers at it Is thought that an advance of 2c will possibly bo had in a few days W J Case of the Uurgln community started out this spring with 122 owes which ho valued at 83 50 per head The lot produced 100 lambs worth at least 8250 each Ho rounded last Monday county court day with 65 owes and 10 lambs done having killed the rest 07 ewes and lambs having fallen vie tims to worthless and bloodthirsty ca nines Then ho sold tbo rest ut a sac rifice fearing the dogs would kill thorn also and the loss would be entire Harrodsburg Democrat A W Carpenter sold to H Lynn of Hubcrs a Polled Durham bull for 8100 and three betters at good prices Ward Lutes of Lexington bought James I Hamilton a harness horse for 8250 and of J S Hoijlcor a gelding forSlM J C Hays sold to John D Anderson pair of mules for tIGIt bought of Dan Holmes gelding for liO sold In Madi son 25 two year old cattle at 824 and sold 10 calves to J S Hockcr at 815 COURT DAY There were 120 cattle A Florences pens yesterday most of which sold Yearlings brought 815 feeders 825 to 823 heifers 3c and butcher stuff 2t to 3c Very little was done In either the horse or mule trade CHURCH MATTERS Rev G E Fraker aged 70 was struck by a train and killed near Til ford Tenn Bishop Burton confirmed a class of 40 Christ Church Cathedral Lexing ton Sunday A Sunday school will be organized at Logans Creek church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Remember the Christian church cooperation meeting next Saturday and make It a point to attend Kentucky has the largest delegation of any State represented at the Southern Baptist convention meeting at New OrleansRev I J Spencer of the Central Christian church tbo largest organization In Lexington is considering a callI toChicagoThe of Jacksonville have sued an appeal asking for aid from the members of the church throughout tbo United States Rev W K forytbe for three years pastor of the Presbyterian church at Corbin died at tbo home of his father In Greensboro N C Tho Kentucky Conference Womens Foreign Mission Society will convene at Frankfort May 21 MIlS Belle Ben a nett will have charge as president- In a recent meeting at London in which the pastor Bev T F Mclatlrc was assisted by Evangelist Wm J Harney nearly 100 persons were saved reclaimed and 38 joined tbo church Winchester Democrat Tbo second Sunday In June will be childrens day at Farley Grovo church when a half dozen or so Sunday schools will gather there for the day Mr Val Fagaley Is superintendent of tbo school and gives a cordial Invitation to all Sunday school children The Southern Baptists in session at New Orleans selected Asbovllle N C the next meeting place and a resolution was offered declaring that the members of the Baptist church believe the demands for Indemnity from China are unscriptural and that the church should bo willing to suffer for the cause of Christ MATRIMONIAL Henry M Rcdemac ned wile of Louisville have just been divorced tbo third time- William Bernard formerly of Lex ington has sued his wife for divorce In Cincinnati and In his petition arks that he bo allowed alimony The Duko of Manchesters accounts show his Indebtedness to be 37000 and his assets 7000 This only leaves Pupa Zimmerman 30000 to pay for the honor of having his daughter mar ry u dook A dispatch from Knoxvllle says that W Patrick u welltodo merchant of Wllllamsburg aged 25 and Miss Sutton aged 21 deputy county clerk were married there Sunday after an elopement At Paris France Mme Dcebogce formerly Harriot Lancaster of Now York gave birth to triplets This Is tho third set In three yearn and she has nine children all boys Tbo father joyfully hopes that the next arrival will complete the dozen and break the record The Cynlhluna Democrat says that the nine sons and daughters of Cambridge and Sarah Uendrlck who lived andttheir ages In the order are Elizabeth 70 Wm F 75 Lou 73 John H 71 Sarah UJ Fannie CS Cambridge 05 Elijah UI Joo M 01 Total years G21 average yours 6For a still neck there is nothing better than a free application of Chamberlains Pain Hulm It quickly relieves the stillness and soreness effecting a complete cure For sale by Craig locker Drug gists Low Rates via Queen Crescent Route to tho following points Cov tngton State Knsampccont G A R June 34 One taro the round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars It Is said County Attornoy John M Lasslng of Boone will be appointed circuit judge to succeed Judgo Green who died at Owenlon Saturday Wesley Allen his wife daughter and a relative perished In a tire which burned their homo at Dover Me ILANCASTER cents for good wool The Mty on tho bill sends greeting to the city In the valley Miss Barbee of Danville will give a reading und recitations at the college chapel on Thursday evening proceeds for benefit of mountain schools I um going to Somerset to see that newspaper plant of Sepb Campbells I enjoy his paper and the INTEKIOU JouitNAL more than all the papers I receive The city council has passed an ordi nance requiring all dogs not wearing a collar snowing the payment of tux to be put to death Marshals Turner und Slier are gutting ready to execute the law The most profitable hemp crop was grown on David Thompsons farm 107 acres yielded 272085 pounds und every talk made pomp Tills U 1029 pounds per acre and the crop brought 13004 rho farm consists at 512 acres of the best land In the country Mr Harvey Yantis the oldest man lathe coucty being 01 years old died last week and the remains were followed by a long procession of friends and relatives to Lancaster cemetery where Elder James L Allen officiated In the funeral services Deceased bad raised a largo and highly respectable family and hu belonged to the olgbcst typo of manhood being for many years an elder In tbe Christian church and a strong pillar In that congregation al ways being found on tbe side of charity and benevolence Prof J II Patterson deserves much credit for bringing the Blue Grist Graded School Tournament to this city The meeting will be held hero on 23d 24ih and 25th the contests In the varl ous branches being held at the opera house and games of ball Ac in the Northwestern part of the city About 10 towns will send delegations and were expecting 150 visitors It will break the record on great events in this city and every lover of education will feel a pride In It The opera bouse will be packed and those wanting seats had hotter communicate with John E Stormes who has them on sale The Independent telephone exchange In this city under the management of that affable gentleman Mr A H Bus tin with Mrs Hobbs and Miss Spain bower as operators Is giving better and more satisfactory service than ever given before Connections are readily made all over the city and tbe county and communications with other towns are prompt and perfectly audible When we visit the exchange we are treated courteously and always get val ue received for our money I dont know how the people ever got along without telephones and I see how bard it Is to get along without water works and only one railroad The democracy of Garrard has filed a petition before the people for the coun ty offices and for a plat In tbe State Senate The case will be tried next November The republicans have not tiled an assess to tbo petition and they seem to be divided as to tbo man ner of pleading It matters not however when or how they plead for the nominees of tbe democratic party be long to that superior class of men who will urge their claims beforo the peo plo and convince them that they de serve the offices They are honest upright and capable men and tbo repub licans bad better lot judgment go by default If they try the ca o the jury will consider their unworthiness and render a verdict against them A GENTLE HINT In our Btylo of climate with its sudden changes of temperature rain wind and Biinshinooften intermingled In a single dayIt is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds halt the deaths resulting directly from this cause A bottle of Boschces German Syrup kept about your homo for immedi ate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill perhaps deatb by the use of three or four do es For cur ing Consumption Hemorrhages Pneu monia Severe Coughs Croup or any disease of the Throat and Lungs its suc eras Is simply wonderful as your drug gist will tell you Get a sample bottle free from Penny Stanford Ky Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac The Increase of idiocy In the llth Congressional district Is alarming and the auditors report will no doubt re commend some legislation to correct this ovll A very simple recipe for the correction and regeneration of the benighted 11th Is as follows Raise fewer Idiots lees boll and more gin seng Paducah Democrat A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Rocker Druggists An unknown trampwhyo applied for admission to the county almshouse at Norrlstown Pa expired suddenly when subjected to a bath Mrs John Redman of Dwale Va dropped dead when she beard that her husband bad been killed In a difficulty Red Men Arc invited to make our store headquarters dur ing the Convention IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville Successors toT L Frobman Co This cut shows the newest thing in Little Gents Suits The New York They tire Stylish Durable and Com Portable Our Stock of clothing s full of the Latest Style Faros Patterns We keep abreast of the times and the New Things can always be found in our stock H J McROBERTS r tU tT ja i BOYLE K12HOLS 0 L COVER NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforOUR RFPAIRIAa DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol steringc Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Mr Goer Is president and Mr Nichols secretary of tho Boyle and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which is to provide for the funeral expenses of its members and lire tie lIsoclatllne undertaken J S Goode Is the agent for LIncoln County Phony 175 M A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY a I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years hat have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered aaaaaasaaaaaaa 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 HaYIRakes HIGG SIMcKINNR1YStanford r IIE I 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS for Representative M F NORTH s for County Judge JAS P BAILEY tt For County Clerk cGEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Gherif MS BAUGHMAN For Attetior 1 M G REYNOLDSFor W I HERRIN jForSchool Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON TilE Courier Journal In dlscussln the strictures of the Philadelphia Press on Gen Wade Hampton for his Indlj nant refusal to accept the bribe offered by Senator McLaurln In the shape of the Columbia postmastershlp ROCS for that paper like a thousand of brick which bas not the character to appreI elate the fact that a man can be poor and yet refuse to accept alms at theI bands of designing men Of the general It says he Is a very old man Lit tIe suffices him The worst of it Is ov Ier What matter to him the difference between his shabby old suit and a smart frock coat purchased with equivocal we will not say with dirty money How would he look In a shiny shirt front and new slick silk hat got as the price of helping or of seeming to help a trading politician out of a hole Im agate this spotless and venerable man the weight of two wars upon his grand old shoulder a great and famous ca reer waiting upon his tottering foot steps to find ad honorable grave and an untarnished monument ladling out letters to ragtag and bobtall for a pit Lance allowed blm by persons not fit to tie his shoestring The Philadelphia Press might think such spectacle in spiring but the Southern people who admire Independence and abhor the traitor will applaud Gen Hampton and see that even if ho has lost every thing save honor he will not be per mitted to suffer for the necessities of life for the remaining few years of his grand old life TilE last Issue of the Danville News contains the wellexpressed valedictory of Editor R 0 Cunningham who help ed launch the craft and saw it become a steady ocean liner Mr Cunning hams future is not determined upon but It Is safe to assume that he will not hide his light under a bushel but will loon be at the helm again His friends at least hope so The News also tells of the departure of Mr C J Cunning ham who has been of the force while running the Burgin Record and speaks of him in the highest praise Mal E W Llllard who owns a controlling in terest in the stock of the paper now assumes the entire management busl ness and editorial and we are sure will continue to make a success of the most promising yearling that was ever born Into journalism TilE yellow cur of the Somerset Re publican Is wpll aware that the gentleman to whom be refers Is not the edi tor of this paper If be were he would not fight a battle In It with a skunk Thats not his way of doing business He will barn Somerset often soon and If the creature who makes the base inuendoes will have the courage to do so to bib face ho will characterize him as be has and does all who give utterance to them as a lying son of a fe male canine and gladly accept the con sequences if there be any CONGRESSMAN WHEELER Is a hope ful soul He has been telling the ma riDes at Washington that be Is dead sure to be elected U S Senator from Kentucky but the old salts cant be fooled with such fairy stories We like Mr Wheeler for hla manly de tense In Congress of Gov Goebel and for other reasons but he Is a young man and tae tarry awhile at Jerrlcho till his beard bo grown There will be time enough for him when Senator Joe and Senator Jim retire from the arena THE Somerset Journal takes no stock In the alleged candidacy of John W Yerkes and says His written In the book of fate that either exGov Brad ley or Gov Bcckbam will be tbo suc censor of Senator Deboe In either event the State would have a credita blu representative but both gentle men will have to wait It will be U S Senator James B McCreary and dont you permit a lapsus memorise TIlE last Issue of the Owenton Her aId shows that Editor B J Newlon who has been ill for some time is himself again The editorial columns of that excellent sheet fairly bristle with bright things i THE Paducah Democrat publishes fpr the first time a copy of the procli matlon of Gov Wm Goebel dispersIng the militia which was encamped at Frankfort in January 1000 when he was sworn in us governor with a fao simile of his signature This was blil only official act as governor and the circumstances surrounding It make tbe document of peculiar Interest In bls first attempt to sign the paper Gov Goebel used a pen but could not ban die it well and called for a pencil He then wrote his name so any one whi ever saw his writing cm readily cognise it Taylors militia was scare leg the hotel In which the great ma- lay and in order to prevent them Iron getting the document It was given to lady who has bad It In her possession ever since and it will be Immediately tiled In the archives of the State Th proclamation is a sad reminder of tbe most trying days of the Commonwealt and tells of the greatness oftho man so cruelly murdered by political foes vho must yet pay the penalty long delayed with their miserable lives DON E OSULLl VANS Free Lane shows how the little fellows now mot keying as leaders treated Gov Brad ley in the matter of the U S judgeship for which ho was not an applicant because of big testimony In the Ripley case and fires this centro shot at the pretty man from Boyle Senator De boo bad a sudden change of heart from some cause and no one knows more about this probably than Yerkes Evan and some others Bradley made Yer kesf He took him out of political obscurity made him a member of the State Committee afterwards its chairman and resigned his place on the National Committee to give it to blm- He then went to the St Louis coaven Ion and clewed Yerkes to the succeeding term on that committee Now this same Yerkes pays blm for his efforts In his behalf by the most trench erous action Truly republicans of a certain calibre like republics are un grateful the meanest of sins political- or otherwise THOSE of us who had high expects Lions of the promised Paducab Dally Democrat have had them more than realized The uauir appeared Sunday aDd Is a marvel even considering tbeI enlus of the born newspaper man at Its headsIt Is eight pages eight columns to the page and chucked full of iptodate matter excellently prepared in a word It is metropolitan In all its appointments and would be a credit to a city ten times the size of thriving Pa ucah Editor Urey Woodeon can speak now as did the late Col John W orney of my two newspapers both dally and even with a greater right to be proud WHAT fools these mortals be No ODe can read the account of President IcKlnleya reception at Los Angeles tea not have this remark force Itself to the front The account says that he rode in an open carriage drawn by six white horses with yellow satin bar lees garnished with Spanish caballeros In green velvet and golded braid tad spoke from a platform kneedeep Ie rose leaves Evidently the Call irnlans believe that emperor rules over us and that such homage Is proper but the most of us will continue to exclaim What fools these mortals be COLLECTOR SAPP who seems to be- of the Impression that be is all of It says that if the next Legislature is reo publican the State will be redistricted so as to make certain the election of- six Congressmen Mr Sapp need not worry himself as to the plan of redls Ictlng for It will be many years if at- al1 before the party to which he be ings will have a say so in the matter Tbe people have bad enough of Debo Ism and they will see to It hereafter that Legislatures are democratic and specially so when a U S Senator Is toe elected MATTERS have about resumed the irmal on Wall Street after the scnsa a tonal storm on wbat is now denomlna ted Thursday It resulted corerfrom a on Northern Pacific railroad stock and was the most merciless ever conducted Messrs Hill Morgan and Keene were the bencdclarlea while indrcds paid them tribute many Ing to the exchange rich and returning nnllcss The panic itis thought will have little or no effect on the country EDITORS seem tq be getting there at- last Editor McNew of the Carlisle Democrat was nominated for county Judle by a big majority Editor Byron of Bracken was made tho democratic andard bearer for State Senator and hers have been recognized The de feat of Editor Lew IA own of tho Spencer Courier who olTered for the Senate is the only regrotable failure of re- ceot notice THE republicans of the Massachu Sotts Legislature will gerrymander tbe- State so that the democrats can elect blJt one Congressman Democrats light learn a few things from their piratical foe and retaliate wherever they can caasecondW J a race at St Louis The creature for whom the- borse Is named will not do as well tbe race for the republican nomination to succeed his fatness the unspeakable leboe POLITICAL W W Booles was nominated by tl democrats of Spencer for State Senator Judge John W Green an oxConfe erate soldier and a wellknown pout clan died at Owenton Saturday The final figures show that the total appropriations made by the 65th Rnd Jth Congresses reach the Inconceiv ble sum of 827127020761 W A Robinson was nominated for county clerk by Larue democrats dt tenting W B Hamilton with whom hn ran a tic race in the primary this year Mrs McKinley was taken sick at Del Monte Cal and bad to be takeD to San Francisco ahead of time and all of the presidents plans may be chan edJessaminesdemocratic primary beld Saturday resulted as follows David Bell representative Z T Chrlsma sheriff R M Hunter jailer N D Ickoreon clerk W R Barris school superintendent Anderson Jacobs as sensor Howard Fain coroner A lull vote was polled and the election was closeJudge J D Black of Barbourvilli who Is In Louisville declined to say If ho would accept the Judgeship made vacant by Tlnsloys appointment but said that J S M Dickinson of Man Chester J M BratTord of Barboui vllle E E logo of Booncvlllc and L L Parks of London were appll cants Ho also said that the people of too mountains no longer rush to the defense of Taylor Finley and Powers and that a majority of the republicans now believe In Taylors guilt Gov McCreary said to a Cincinnati Enquirer man yesterday Most of the nominations lor State Senators and representatives have been made and after a careful survey of the field I can truthfully say that the situation is en tlrely satisfactory and that I believe I will be the next Senator The Lcgls lature will unquestionably have n good working democratic majority and It will bo an Important session as the State will have to be redistricted as well as a Senator elected The demo cratic party Is in excellent condition in Kentucky now and the majority of last November will be increased at tho next election ADDITIONAL LOCAL Low prices on shingles A C Sine SEE our big line of fans Co to 82 Severance fc Sons BARGAIN In Ladles slippers Come at once J P Jones SWEET Potato plants for sale at 15c- a hundred L H Stone CAR LOAD of yellow pine flooring and ceiling just received J A Allen Co NICE new stock of summer hate and illllncry in general just received at Miss Llccle Beazteyj WE will close down next Saturday 18th for a few days to make repairs H Baughman Co R B MAUONY is headquarters for isurance fire tornado accident and lUe None but best companies represented THE members of the Mission Band ire requested to meet Miss Llcclo Beaz ley at her home from 5 to 7 Wed nee lay evening Tint Continental R B Mahony agent settled with Judge T L Sbel taD In full for furniture destroyed In- hili recent fire DR J G CARPENTERS room was entered Sundaynlght and his watch aDd a small amount of money stolen Ie thinks he knows the guilty party aDd an arrest will follow in due time COMPETITION in Ice at anvllle has reduced It to 93 a ton and some of our largest users are Bending there for it In preference to paying 88 ton hero and say they save 83 a ton Ip tno deal IN Judgo Carsons court Saturday Sam Ramsey and William Adams were fined 9315 each for disturbing the peace and dignity of Maxvlllo Allen ansford colored caught a fine of es- for drunkenness IT is reported that Charles Gerhaus er and four Other men were killed by- cattle thieves near Ponca City Oklahoma but as the dallies have contain cd nothing about It we hppo and be lIeve there Is no truth In It Mr Ger laue3r left hero with Mr G S Shelby a few weeks ago THE L N has Issued a neat folder Iving Interesting Information about the Christian Endeavor In connection rich the 20th annual International Con sntlon to be held In Cincinnati July 610 and much valuable data to visitors of that thriving city The L N will make a rate of one fare July 40 good to 14 and may be extended to Sept 1 Tim Grand Council of Kentucky of- the Improved Order of Red Men will can velie In today at 2 oclock More than 200 delegates are expected on this gala occasion There will be a tmpetlllvo drill between the Huston vllle and Junction City lodges Wed esday and at 10 oclock on that day a arand parade on horseback tho braves and warriors dressed in proper regalia jnaca Lodge No 27 of this place will send a large delegation We are to that every brother of- tbo Stanford council is cordially in lied to attend To be In the parade eacb brother must reach Danville by oclock Wednesday morning HIf Our Cut and Slash Prices are Doing the Work in The Louisville Stores + Great Closing Out Sale J THE IMMENSE STOCK SHALL 60 I eee aeeee aeeeeeaeee Domestics One big line of Calicoes worth 6c only 3Jc our closing out price Meet brands of blue Calicoes Op quality closing out price 4 aol 4 Jc Yard wide bleach cotton 71c quality closing out price 4c Yard wide brown cotton Hoosler brand to close out at 4c- Aniokea apron ginghams 0 quality go at 6c per yar- dMattings and Carpets 1000 yards matting 16c quality to close out at lOc per J aid 1000 yard cotton chain matting 35c quality to closo out at loc ItemnnnM In mattings to go at your own price Dont forget our lino of carpets to close out at 10to 40c per yard ee e e eeV Such a slaughter on was never in and get your half Tho Methodists of Moreland have re celved 886 towards buying an organ The Junction City nine beat the vlllo Laundry team 8 to 7 at bate DanIi Central passenger train jumped the track near Hazelhurst Two men one of them C E Hose Of Fulton were killed The steamer City of Paducab of the St Louis and Tennessee River Packet Company sank near Grand Tower III Two psesencers were drowned and Negro deckhands are missing The Floe Mule and Jennet Ja- ckBlack CloudWill nuke the snuon of at loDnr Pal r mllet from Danrllle on the Hunfon turnpike tt U to insure a Urine roll Money due when rolt copies or ware U parted with and a tin retained on colt until vawn money II paid He la a black tick with white iwlnti see jean old Ica hands high ill by Tom Krrnr In dam by Handadby Jim Porter Duck Cloud Is one of the Snail breeding lacks In the T HUSH EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STALLION FAith Bird li a teal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and tall Sired by tho Oreat KINH EAQLB winner of 40 Illuo Tien Eagle Illrd was only shown onu seasoi and won 10 or 12 blue tlee 8eo him before booking your mares Ho will make the present Reason at Tbo I Itauglimani place mile from Danvlllo on tho Lancaster ptko At S10 To Insure a Live Colt Will alto stand a Oralclass MCIE JACK nt 11 to Insure JOHN IIAUOIIMAN Danvllla Ky WILLIAM This tine mule jack will make tho present season at S7 to Insure a Living Colt Sweet William It 15Vf hands high fired by StlguHs Prince lot dam by Stliruir Rough and Ready Id dam by Btlgalli Black Hawk Our past as mule dealer warrant us In spying that no butter mnlo jack will bo offered for public service thun this ono ns his cults t E WOOia k SONS Stanford Flowers no 25031 Will make the teuton of IOI at my liable near Turnenvllle at SIO to Insuro a Living Colt Plowed le a bay horse hands high hind feet areAroldhhoridaMonarchbeller than 2t0 Ills aoni bI11lIIItJIIIrlormn- Inl darn Uul Tracy 222 full lUter to Nellie I 222 by Oeo Vllkm sire ol 230 performers and dams of01 Send Jam Lady Oaks dim of Nellie ii tilUe Vermont sire of llanner lioy223 anddmlof IdiitxtU Ullke 222U lire ill n2Wllit TboKlnt2 29 14 lire of 9 and other lblrol dam Kate own sister to Fannie don of even In the list by Klukradi St Lawrence Fourth dam Urrndu thoroughbred In lon rarounbfnrdtheblood ofthreeof the namely Florida Voliin leer ieorgt Wilkes with tliatof lilUs eIII KIOllll11eSt 1awrwe and thortighbred and bo carries per cent of the blood of Ilamblelonlan or at touch as a ton ot hla Vtry tow horses bb bent such a strong breeding As an individual be la equally great having plenty ol substance and action Rib rompara ilrely no tiamiog be has shown a 212 gilt over a hall mile track Clevelandlllack Jack with white points hands Sired by Cordez he by Imp Cordorne 1st dam by Imp bran 2d dam Dunn jennet by the Curd lack Thla ii said to be oneol the beat mule in Kentucky This Jack will make tbleatrJn of at the small sum of 18 to insure a hiring colt lie will also make the season at my stable near rurnersTllle B UCAllTKR II YYYYYYYYYYYYY Shoes A big lino of ladles shoes In small sires to close out at 40c n jttlr One line ladles 8and 43 shoes to close out at Doc One lot of childrens school slices worth double the money go ai IS- oMiscellaneous 300 ilozen pearl buttons worth 10 and lye per dozen only 6c ft spools beat machine thread for lOo 300 yards fancy webbing werth lOo now to close out at 3o SAO dozen nicns linen collars worth 15c to sell out at 6c Mens suspenders 16c quality to clwc tOcMens loamlcss black sox go at Oc Miens heavy gray and mixed oolten cox at 3c a pair J H NItv CO And llruces Old Slsnd Depot St Stanford and stylish Turnouts Rata reasonable attention to traveling salesmen horses and told on oommlulon Single feeds 30e Hitches No hitches on public days flood attention glren all stock left at our stable Phone M T T ClothingSaleJ300 pairs ted pants worth il reduced to 300 pairs boys cheviot I8eIcnsilmere line pants made to reduced to arc 100 mens lulu wade to tell at 110 we have 12 dlflrrcnt colors to olcct from at 8105 75 boys suit regular S 2 quality to ulote out at bSo- Menaextra Aneruetotntmadc milt at 8003 8750 ant 076 worth double the honey Ladies Kid Gloves AMIOSTJGIVKN AWAY Ladles kid gloves f I quality to olor nl40a Ono lot of 40c ants to c lo o out j1 20Plnlr blue ilrab and white short wait ooriotK i60 qua Itr to olow at 4Sc seprices known Stanford Come 1 lspring suitat priceI SaturdayAn countryII SWEET several iMitconsofllamlilelonla CLOTHING Our Spring Stock of Clothing contains all of the Newest Shades PatternsWe suits for Men Boys and Children Come to us for your Spring Clothing Hats Furnishings and r Shoes We will save you money Cummins cS McClaryI Housecleaning Time yIWhenlSprings fresh verdure and the WARD Livery Feed Sale Stable INew Great atw primrose and violet on the lawn shames your old carpet and makesIyou revolt at is time that the soul longsfor covering j t Jstylesand mattings at such lowvprices is the best secure them Look at our furniture Mlinpapers Picture Frames tlJ Carpets Rugs ftc W W Withers Stanford McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKitmoy Ky Chickau f tom grinding It leclalty D V Kennedy rr i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD KY MAY HlnOl ITnvthe Judjro Tai clear for u choice grnoka lit Pennys Drug Store OUll prescription work Is unsurpass Try und bo convinced Pennys Ied Storo PERSONALS Mil BASON WIUTB U slowly Improv fagtSunday Mots VM HAMILTON IB vUliIng her J parents In Lexington Mu S P MAHOUM of Pulakl paid thla olllcn a call Saturday Mu J RICIIAIIII HUSH was down from Richmond Saturday MUH MARY ELLA HKWITT Is visit leg relative In LouUvlllo s IMn C M ItANDALi deputy U S was here Saturday t Mss KATB UASTIN spent Sunday with her parents at Plttsbure f MRS K L KlNnilAUT and children pool tovoral days In Danville Mil S II MAUTIN of Uockciutnj t attended court hero yesterday Miss LBLIA CAUTBU Is spending a J week with friends In Lexington MISS LYliA Fox of Danville Is tho Kucntof Miaa Willie V Daw on MISSES SAVANNAH AND FLORUNCK BECK went to LouUvlllo yesterday Mus lUcilAHi B MAHONY will en tertain Thursday afternoon from 4 to 0 Mil JAms GIVENS Of St Louis spent Sunday wltb MUa Uesslo Motbls- KMIIK MKIHII Oicur Hutlinan and G T Proctor wont to Cincinnati Sunday Mils SALIII A BBAZLBY who Is visiting her daughter In Danville Is very III DR W B PUNsY and family of Danville spent Sunday with his mother here Mil GBOKOB T McRonnrrs come down from lirodheml tosterday to vial t relatives Mus G R EMULKMAN returned Saturday from u visit to relatives at Richmond EDITOR B S AUIIUOHT of tbo Mt Vernon Signal was hero yesterday a short while 1 Il 0MssstonvllleLexington Democrat OUtS N J TBVIS of MlMoula I Mont arrived Friday to visit her ter Mrs Alice Clod Mu AND Mus T R RAMSEY of Paint Lick spent Sunday with Mr an Mr John Bright Jr MRS A G TUKKBII ROIl Mlnet Lnura and Ell leth Carpenter are visiting In Louisville MRS JAMKS P BAILKV and Mr Blcdsoo Bailey are with Mr II D Gregory In Covlngton Miss FLOUBSCE ADAMS of Crab fOrcbard Is visiting her brother WII at Vllmoro jJMils MARY SWOIK and Miss Jane Doty of Lancaster spont Saturday with Mrs J W Francis MISS ALLBSB ANUKBW8 of Slier man Texas U the guest of Misses Nol Ho und Whltlyo Murphy Btu UOLUKHMAN and Albert Wai loco spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J A Wallace at Springfield r MR D II SlOONAMOHK of Stan f lord was In the city projecting SaL urday Somerset Journal MIM FRED VON GllUBNlOAN re turned Saturday from a months visit relatives at Tell City Ind ItoMKSOAMKS ANNIB LASLBY and B F Morris spent several days with Mr Thomas Lasley at Livingston MBS8US WALTBIlCUUTIS and Solo- mont Elmorc of Nashville are visiting their parents in tho East End Mil J FLEECF RODINSON of Lancaster spent Sunday with hla brother George D Robinson In tho West End Mils J S WBLLS and pretty llttlo daughter Mary of Danvlllo are guests of her lather und sisters at Wnlnut Flat Mil Gus SALINORR1of tho Green Front Danville assisted Manager T D Raooy In the Louisville Storo yet ToMMtR FUANCIS of Lancas ter attended the meeting of the Char rack Club ut Miss Nettle Wravs Friday evening V REv J R DBKIUNO presiding dor for this district was the guest of w Rev W E Arnold and filled the Methodist pulpit Sunday BOUN to the wile of L T Smith u daughter The little thing only weighs three pounds but Is well formed nnd gives promise of long life Mil J J McKlNNBY of Mt Salem has had a solgo with bolls having had about ICO At ono time there 40 bad ones on various parts of his body Mil ROUBUT SAUFLBY spent Sunday with his brother Shelton M Sautle who Is winning golden opinions tram tjio management of tho Loxingtu- Democrat ROHEUT BLAIN of Grant county who has recently returned from tb o Philippines whero ho bud been doing army service was hero yesterday with hie relative Mr John Blain J C McKEE who left hero some timo ngo to take charge of the college J at Preachersvllle has moved back to s London as his school at the former place has closed Mountain Democrat Miss PKAUI nuuvsiDB Is with reInI lives In Garrard MRS Oil L B Coot spent several days with her sister at Uarrodsburg P II DAVIS nod family who mado good citizens hero will moro toJ Mt Sterling today BY special request Dr U Goldstein tho optician will como to Stanford May 27 and remain u few days onfyahilt AND Mus JOSIAH BISIIOI spent laet week In Washington county with the families of Squire John Bailey and G A Benedict Du It A JONI S wont to Loulsvlllo his morning to attend the meeting of tho Kentucky Dental Society Ho wl1I return at noon Friday Mu C F GOVBII now of Danville but formerly of the Turnersvlllo see tlou was In the railroad wreck at 1utIlawn u tow days ago but escaped un hurt LOCALS 1WOVBN wIre andoule picket fence Fir candles just received at War ren fc Shanks DKAUTIKUL llnof carpets and rug nt Beazley ft Hays RAUB Bargains Sample Harness Cull and sec J C McClary Gytstns In largo brsare camp ed on Logans Creek near Rowland W B can furnish you any standard make sowing machine Get our prices Biggins McKlnney 2t THE Q J C otters another 81 round trip raw to Cincinnati from Junction City Sunday next MAli nonsIt G Martin and Wit lie Stringer of the Blalns Gap sec tion each killed n road dog Sunday Mus HANNAH L STixumhagremov eel her rotes to the College building and invites her customers to call on her there Go to John P Jones today and bavo your measure taken for u now suit Chi cages famous tailor Is there with ell his samples I WILL pay highest cash price for ginseng Iron rags brats wool teach ore copper ego Joe Glnsburg Jr at Racket Store BANK STOCK Mr J S Hooker bought for customer Hi shares of stock In tho First National Bank of Stan ford belonging to tho estate of Mies Mary Myers at 81111351 dClttEVEnI1n Judge M C Saufley Is greatly grieved over the lots by death of her gentle mare to which sho hud become greatly attached Pneu monla caused the animal death 86 SHARKS Mr R S Lytlc form erly of tills place but now of Danville has 85 shares of stock in the Northern Paultlc but wasnt fortunate enough to let go when the lump was made la week IN the county court yesterday a num her of liduclary settlements were coo tlrmed and others continued Sorer overseers of roads were appointed an tbo boundary of the road in District defined Only tGla and nothing more WKDNBSDAY Prof E L Grubbs school on the bill will close at noon Wednesday when the professor iirfd his wifo will return to Shelby City much to the regret of friends hero Prof Grubbs will very likely teach a summer school at Shelby City To TKACHKRS Tho trustees of tho Stanford Female College desire to en tor Into negotiation with a good toad h or to take the prlnclpaluhlp of the col logo next session Address at once communications to John Bright Secro tary Board of Trustees Stanford Ivy HBAUD FitOMP U Corralnoy of the East End who was uneasy about his son W A Cormlnoy who left homo some months ago received a let tar tram tho young moo dated nt San Antonio Texas Ho joined tho stand Ins army some tlmo ago and is getting along nicely DROPPED DEADW G ova of Rockcastlo countys best me and for a term sheriff dropped dead Sunday afternoon aged about 55 Ho had not boon and It Is supposed th hearts disease caused his death was a substantial citizen and his death causes great regretS STANFORD Is ahead of Lexington In ono thing at least P M Florence has been selling PanAmerican stamps for a week while tho passage of a letter through tho postofllcc In Lexington Friday wltb one ol tbo now stamps on It croutcd comment sufllclcnt to mentioned In tbo papers YrtTENrMRSTINaThofollowingRe- n l iness Evangelists will bold a 10 days meeting In a big 10x00 tent bore prob ably In the uourthouso yard beginning tomorrow or Thursday Revs Ira II Russell David Scott George Consta blo None J Cooloy and Alllo Intel They hold services on court square yesterday afternoon and both tho preaching and singing wore creditable Mr Cooley Is a eon of William Cooloy of this county while the other gentle men are froinjsoveral other States WANTED to borrow money on good Insurance policy Apply at this olllce RBMEMIIBU that our titrms are cashC Lox cash price on teed of all II Baughman ds Co LADIKS dont buy u nice kid glove without having them fitted Wo sell lira bust 81 and 81 glove over shown give a perfect lit J P Jones It TUB Silver Crescent Club of Stanford will have a declamatory contest at Waltons Opera House Juno 7 About 130 In prizes will bo given J M CAUTEU Sit declined to qual as turnpike superintendent yester day for reasons satisfactory to himself It Is heavy renponflbllliy and there much opposition to that manner of managing tbo pike- sFlVtUlggins S McKlftney sold to Dr J B Owsloy five Tiger cultivators Saturday The doctor Is one of the largest farmer in tho county and Messrs Higgins ft McKlnnoy think bo Is about the best judge of farming lID plomonts FriLL DEAD Mr nntllo who liv ed near Moores Schoolhouse dropped dead of heart disease yesterday H was well when ho got up earl had lee been to teed his cattle Mr Scantlln was about 75 years old and left a wile and several grown children WE answer numerous Inquiries when we say that the former editor of this vapor only furnishes the mechanical annllances for the Somerset Journal I liter Campbell will continue to sup 1Illy the brain matter and make tho pa per the beet ever printed in old Pulas kl FISH AUUESTED Deputy Sheriff J A Shannon wont to Indiana a few days ago to bring back Tom Fish who had been arrested there by u dctcullvo for tbo murder of Joe Whitley a Negro i at Crab Orchard Juno 18 1837 Th r shooting occurred In a blacksmith shi i belonging to Mr J F Holdam ju behind his store and too Negro ran to It for protection followed by Fish and George Stephenson The latter WHS arrested by the tbon marshal of Crab Orchard W T Saunders Ho gave bond and forfeited It Fish was never arrested and they both disappeared They have both married since and have children There Is said to bo a reVard of t260 each for them Th Negro lived about a week after bell shot From the Issue of the INTEHIOII JOURNAL following the killing we learn that tho Negro had eome time previous to tho fatal shot assaulted George Stephenson and while drinking they attacked tbo Negro and Fish eke him In the abdomen The Negro Is said to have tired back at Fish but this I nut clear the account adds TOPSY TURVY Only a fair crowd witnessed tbo pretty four act comedy Topsy Turvy presented by a nun her of Danvlllo ladles and gentlemen etat Alcorn s Opera House Hustonvllle Friday night although the entertain ment was a creditable one nod In every way deserving a good house Tho loading role was taken by Mls Clyde thd0 ways Sho made a capital Topsy Tur vy and was equally good In tong an recital W W Muatalne as Frank Golden G W Cram as Deacon Jones and Hubert Howard the English Lord played their parts well while Juno Hunter mado a most excellent Neg character Miss Eliza Erwin took th 0 part of May Golden and proved hcrse an uptodate society girl Ml Sprlggs an old mold was well Impersonated by Miss Susan DOlby and as Mrs Clarendon Miss Lclho Roberts was par excellence Thorn was little or no evidence of the amateur In tbo presentation of the pleasing corned and absolutely no effort to overdo a 1880 frequently the ease with young stage people Mrs Archie Robertson who trained the members for tbo on tertalnment Is due much credit for her good work while each person who took part In the performance Is to bo con gratulated Bio BAPTIZINU As a result of his long protracted meeting Rev Geo W bnnp noon Judging lined the bunks bridges and other cauntriox ed po formance by saying that Jesus Ohrl founded the Baptist church in abo the year 31 and that Ho knows nothing about those churches that practice sprinkling or pouring No student of the Bible or historian will dispute that the original baptism was in the river of Jordan and that Jesus wont down Into tho waver and camo out of the water a11oIi sprlnMed or poured on his head do you bo asked us a clincher nddlng that the tulle about sprinkling and pouring as baptism was tbo merest de lotion and subterfuge The Dlptlit Iii the only through train Its gut tho right of way and It you want to go to Heaven jump In It und lot Bro Dow ling baptize you bo said In conclus Ion The converts were then dipped In tho limpid stream In tbo name tbo Father Son and Holy Ghost and Amen the act being performed as the two last words were spoken Some the sisters screamed and viols demonstrations on coming out of tho water but was soon over and tho vast crowd dispersed ALL of the keys to the ballot boxes used at tbo November election have ot been brought In and County Clerk ooper would bo glad to hero them at onco so the ballots can be removed and destroyed SAW MILL FOR SALE desire lo sell me saw mill or will trade for stock or will move It to n body of timber and saw It If party wishes G W SIROLFTON Crab Orchard MULES FOR SALE I havo eight mules 5 to years old from UK to 16JS hands high formic All mares but three mud all good ones tltlAU HUM Hustonvllle Ky DrR GOLDSTEIN Optic Specialist of 511 4th Ave Louisville Ky will be May27Toand Examination FUEl SALEtDwlrlnt too South we will sell to Ibe lilRhtit sod beat bidder at public auction on 21ST 1901 TUESDAYMAY t follow A trct ol land Ii iiillnwnt of Crab Orchard floe arming tad blurgran land well wattred the IIIoul1and the lIe It a beautllul ona on whch to build alnochnrrhf and orhool on good road excellent neighborhood This tract will be offered aa a urelIrOlntime and place I will sell our personal property 11tblDOrchard Sprli roteil tat Ita health wa lees It would be hard to find a more desirable tobuybomewoulddosale splendid iprlug furnl abundance of water the tear round The tpilnf near the yard where tliedwelllnx was recently burned Is absolutely ouvol the tift in Lincoln county There U a oftCrab Onhard Ky tt C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warrantedi CallgII PR UITTBROSMOKELAXD KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George Holmes property lu Crab Orchard where I will be glad to glue you Hour meal bran tuffActor your wheat and corn Give 33 ounda of good Hour tied 10 pounds bran to the bushel of No 2 wheat Our meal U ground on the old fnshlor 48 Inch burro Is my desire to keep this exchange ut town and I trust you will me a liberal share of jour patronage retail hour an meal nt wholesale prices The flour ea meal arn made at the Farmers Itoller Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MOIIIUS FUEI3 OteGerd8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE roThoJ SL Phillips property corner East Main street and Logan Avenue In Stanford will be divided Into eight lots and told at 99public auction at oclock p m SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of the lots are 00x100 nnd- 48x100 and front on Main street The lot on which the house stands Is 125xICS The four IotA that fronton Logan Avenue are TOxlOS und at of them are desirable Plat of lots can be seen by calling at Mr Phil residence thella as n TIt IS One third rash balance In and Ili months Lien retained J PHILLIPS Stanford Ky CUSTOM EXCHANGE MILL Crab Orchard Ky Having mIllIe an arrangement with the Parkvvilln Holler Mills for flour I wish m old customers und the public of Orb Urchuud nUll vicinity to please bear lu mind that I am prepared nt all time to ex clmiiga flour and for wheat and corn uncoil flour menl teed chicken feud Ac atut tho lowest prices Am better prepared then over to grind OldFashioned Burr Stone Meal Graham flour rye chicken teed shlpstuff cavepI u sumo dtand wUt to satisfy them as to l1l1l1ty nsOutKING EAGLE King Eagle Is IS hands and three Inches high dark bay with heavy mono and tail goes all the gulls with plenty of speed stylo und action lured King 1st dam Eagle Illrd 2d dam leelllon srI dam Harris Denmark he by Millers Denmark 4th dam Jim nell thoroughbred NOTK Royal 1InG U a full brother to the groat Sliver Ulnj and Alllo O the great show room that soul for SlOOO King Ku files Sd darn U the dam of Minnie Boyd tho great show maro that Matt Cohen won every where with In 1S06 And sold fur 300 Ring Eagle will make the present season of 1001 nt my stable 2v ratios West of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 10 to Insure A Living Colt traded or parted with forfeits In ofeurnaeo and money becomes duo at the time of such transaction Will also stand the noted mule lack Dilly Keenc nt f to Insure a living colt S T HAKItlS STANCOIID Kr This Cut I wARepresents One of Ideal Patent Kid Oxfords t Made By fjanan Son Makers of Fine Footwear Only A higher class of shoes have never been shown in Stanford In addition to this we are showing a medium priced line for 125 to 300That ire bid sellers also some odds and ends on our cheap table 3 Prices eat half into Remember we carry no shoddy shoes Buy of us and youll have no kick to make JOHN P JONES Stanford t New Wash Goods II 15 Pieces Fine Madras Cloth Made u sen at isc at 121c 5 Pieces Correct Mixtures Heal value 10c at only 7c 12 Pieces Lisle TiSSUe Newest Colorings at 25c New Sheer White Goods and Laces For V Commencement Dresses BargainICounter at 7 12c NABOTH 10OI6Standard Rule Record 2tOJ4 Sired by Walslnglmm 2106 sire of Latitude 217Ki and many others In the list WaUlngham iabotli8 sire Is a son of George Wilkes 510 Tint dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 106 son of Ilatnbletonlan and slroof Elaine 231 the dam of orlalne yearling record 2314 Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Ilatnbletonlan 10 slroof Dexter 2U7J4 Third dam Jesslo Sajre by Clay 45 sire of St Julian 21115 Ilodlne 21D19 and 15 others that hlvAlrrwluctd2Otrotten also sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Note Naboth Is a bay 16 hands high foaled June 2S 1888 His pedigree contain the blood of Hnrablctonlan George Wilkes Mambrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand at 15 to Insure a Living Colt HAPSBURG 509 WonderfulrEnglandJyou can see Is aluro bred Cleveland Hay English Coach Horse He Is beautiful mahogany bay with black points Is 181 hands weighs 1253 younds drIves well gentle and kind with one style and high action todWill Stand At SlO To Insure 7t Living Colt UtorMores grazed at 82 per month which In ill cases must bo paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur JI KI BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky James Fryes Great Carpet Sale HUTONVILLEI will sell for the next few days ONLY the best quality of two ply ai wool carpets at 50c a yard former price 05c to 75c Jute and wool at 2oc worth J5c Finest quality cotton chain matting Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at ISc worth 25c Lot at IOc worth 15c All new goods end latest patterns Como at once if you want n carpet I cant stand IsAr THE t Nationl Weekly lIvetmont Got UCORPOflflTED Presents aprogressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is attested 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 NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUBKE Is S3N Prors JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Mon and Hay For Sale TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN byDOliver Chilled Plow as the Deerlng Hinder la superior to the cradle W a COWAN J 8 GOODE S M OWENS tTHE INTMORJOURNAL ueab1tsbaTUaa a aid 2Txidit yr 1 PER YEAR CASH Q When not aopaldfflSOO illlbeCBartfd Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford at eoondclass maller- t ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE EY Manufacturer of Tay BRIOK r And Dealer In Lime Cement a c1 Write For Prices f A S PRICE iiSurgeon Ky i Omoov UcRobertt Drag Stortn the Driley- Ilnlldlni 1If R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over StonlTelephone BEAZLEY HAYST7- XTDEBTAKEBS 1UO DKALKRJ IN Furniture MntUngsRu And Vall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JG+ McCbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealearln HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky v 6 TH- EQueen ssa CrescentRoute and connecting to the Pan American Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and tpeclal train service will be announced Tho Tan American tho greatest American Expos ition since thb World Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARA FALLS Only M minutes RtposlttonGroun Roellnlns Chairsa t11-r Nal4tau DWN into IMrt nut r i CUttaewpuuV wb UtsoasitL lines its I later Free WOOL WANTED Wo want all tho wool In Lincoln county and will par the highest prIce for It CRn- at J II Ward Coa In Stanford for sacks JJOONE k QENTUV FOX ci LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY none and Mules constantly on hand and for sate at all time W Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains 89 Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your bugv carriage or wagon In 8ntc1asutylo guaranI Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PMOPBISTOR I desire to announce to the pnbllc that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grInd- Ing and that I wIll at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moat Shipstuff Chick on Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give yon the very best results Dont forget me bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MbUHIS FRED Pror DrsaSlavinPhillipsOSTEOIATHISTS Will be In DiQTllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tueolaji Thursdays and Sat urdaya Office In the lennlo ton DutldtngJSUnfard lice hours 9 to MJ to r x OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and deTtloped by Dr A TStlllof Klrtartlle Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Ita reo suits It require no filth no drug no rubbing no surgical operations and claims blng super dews man as a machine of so many its Is adjustment When all parts are properly adjusted and not d health ls the result Some of the diseases treated by ui Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Rheumatism Catarrh Weak Granulated Lids Goitre Heart Liter and Lung Plteaies Constipation Piles Gall Stone Enlarged Prostate all StoOl ash sod Inte tlna troubles Dlseases of Bones and J Inls Curvatures Ulilocatlons SIIIfJoln- Paralralllooontlnenee of Urine Locomolor Atar la Female Disease a specialty Consultation Free Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Compan and under same management oontlnu- ouily for 33 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Roping such buitnin relations will prove mntoa ly beneficial and plea D1H CTOIIS J B Paxton J 8 Uwtler Sr JN Menefee A W Carpenter W ir Cummo J E LynnS Shanks J F Cash J B Owilcy OFtICERS S B Shanks President I li Ole Cashier W M Urtfbt Aast Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of STANFORD KY Capital Stack 50000 Surplni 10000 ThisInstitution originally established aa the De poelt BAnk nf Stanford In 18J3 then reorganized aj the National Bank of Stanford In 1865 andsgali organised as the First National Dank ol Stanforr n 1882 has had practically an unlnterruptod exist nee for U years It is better supplied now wlti acllltlei for transacting Dullness promptly and rally than erer before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and IndlTlduali solicited DIIICTO t F R ld Lincoln Co J W Hayden Stanfu- lSTllarrli 8 U Baughmaa J SHocker TP Bill WP Walton W A TrIbbleII J U Colll rCrab Orchd Jat Ilobinson Hubble DEImore Stanford orneue J S Rocker President J J JIcHoberts Cashier Go TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead I Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains r r NEWS NOTES A Negro attempted to aeeault a farm ere wlfoln Woodford county A report of the condition of the Kentucky treasury ebows 307262 12 to tho Rood Henry Johnson a Negro who fired at a white man and missed him was lynched at Valdoata Ga A Negro In Spartansburg S C de serves a niche In the hall of fame for being the father of 69 children The boiler of a freight engine ex ploded at Mount Dallas Pa killing four members of tho train crow A divorced wife at Cleveland 0 made as a dylnp request that her form er husbands name be left off of her tombstoneAt of last week the circu lation of the National banks reached a total of 350862455 the highest point reached since ISSi At Turner Va seven youths encag ed In a clod battle and one grew an gry and securing a pistol shot one of his companions to death Samuel Dolton Jr a millionaire brewer of Troy N Y met death In a vat of bolllnc beer In his brewery un der mysterious circumstances- It Is stated that the annual loss in the telegraph service Is 700000 and the total loss since the government assumed control has been 3300000 to the British John Tlbbs a colored citizen of Dan rule bad 55 shares of Northern Pacific stock but couldnt get his certificates to New Y ork In time to get a sky rock et price for It A Chicago plunger Is said to have paid 300000 In cash last Thursday for 300 shares of Northern Pacific stock which ho could have got on credit last June for 813500 A terrific hailstorm swept Botetourt county Va Han fell to the depth of four inches at Coverdale and drifted to a depth of four feet at Buchanan All fruit was ruined The New York World points out that 00000000 of the 9100000000 of Stand ard 011 common stock Is what is known as water and that the 43 per cent div idend of 1000 was really 480 per cent Ten thousand men and boys took part In a riot In the main streets of Detroit and 12 citizens and five policemen were Injured The trouble arose over an attempt of tho police to dis perse It crowd gathered to listen to tho speech of a single tax orator John Withers one of tho colored janitors at the Kentucky School of Medicine at Louisville fatally stabbed W L Royse a member of the senior class There was strong talk of lynch ing by tho students and extra precau tion had to be provided to prevent It Fire destroyed over 8300000 of trop erty Sunday In Delray a suburb of De trop Edward Nolan of Lexington who had his back broken 20 days ago is etlll alive Thomas W Lawson of Boston Is said to havo mado 5000000 by the slump on Wall Street Thursday The shroud and casket trimmings of MUa Kate Dwyer at Plqua 0 caught tiro and burned the corpse to H crisp Paying Toiler Samuel Flower of the HIbernia National Bank of Now Or leans has confessed to a shortage of fJtI 000 Merritt Chism killed his wife on his farm In Illinois stabbed his stepson Harvey Frceland and then tried to kill himselfMrs Lucas and Mrs Whlttlngton completely demolished n whisky joint a Glendale W Va throwing the de brie Into the river The Pennsylvania railroad Is behind the scheme fur a North river bridge to be used as a passenger terminal by all the Nt w York lines now entering by ferry lu estimated cot Is ISO000000 It Is said that J Pierpont Morgan who Is in Parse leased an Atlantic ca ble the whole of Thursday so as to be In constant communication with tho stock exchange In New York on that panlcy day A strike Involving 150000 machinists and Indirectly Involving 500000 men In metalworking trades Is threatened A general demand Is to be mado for a 0 hour day and for an Increase of 121 per cent in waves William V Atkens who was arrest ed at Omaha Neb on Saturday Is wanted in Hart county on the charge of murdering Virgil Pepper and his aged aunt The woman and boy were killed In October 1S09 At Wichita Kansas Winona Kll gore Anna Peoples and Jasaralne WM holt three young girls the latter a daughter of Lucy Wllholt the col league of Mrs Nation smashed the Summit saloon Fred Wolfe the pro prietor knocked the girls down and pitched them into the street Ilee Wilholts brother came to their defense but Wolfe made short work of him In the meleo the wrist of Miss People was broken The uollco arrested the girls and lodged them In jail TomWe offr One HuoJreJ Dollars lUrtnl lor any ease of CAtArrh that cannot UrN bjr lltlli Ca tanh Cu- J CIIRRaV1 Co 1run Toledo O We theuodenlgnedhat known J Cbcnf relfrct17hODoublelnclillr able to tarry out tar obligations nude bj their linn- WrlTt TRI Whole Ile Druggist Toledo 0Wilding Kluoin A Mitrln AVboIrule DruggltU Tolnlo 0- IIa1P CaUnh Cure U taken Internally artlnz directly upau the blooj and muraui surface ol ImcgtlIHalls Family IllU are tbe beat IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYS DRUG STORE Write To TilE AYETTE INVESTMENT CO fOF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their ncv issue 01 call on J Alverson local agent at Interior Journal Oflice Stanford A G MORGAN Secy No3 W Short St FREE S FREE Dont fall to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take notice that for every cask purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant whose name appears in this ad entitled you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWhich thoy will accept for 5 cents on every CASH PURCHASE OP ONE DOl LAH And take special notice that the Merchants who belong to this Asso elation are the most wide awake and keep the best stocks of goods and their priecs ure the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINK PIUNTINO Severance Sons Dry Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug Store Drugs nml Chemicals WIV Withers Furniture Carpets c IIiggins lcKinnerGroceries Hardware anti Implement- sII J McUoberts Gents Furnisher Miss Annie Phillips Milliner K E L Simins Coal Dealer A C SineLumber Dealer We have one of tho largest and host selected stocks of Vehicles I Ever to Central Kentucky and arc prepared to show you Carriages Buegles Road Wagons Carts Etc at exceptionally t low figures We alto carry an excellent lino of Farming Implements Including Farm WaROHf Tooth anti DUo Harrow Plows Hollers feel everything in the implement line used on the farm EtolllI our own Rubber Tire tll can replace your old Rubber Tires Much cheaper titan von can send to the city and have it done and also save you might charges Cull when you are in towntBruce Bright Danvillet i to cbG 0 ocoo ocooooooooooo u NEW FIRM J OeJ0 having sold a half interest in my buggy and Implement butlnrss to C- p Mr A M Pcncethe new bunine will be conducted under n tho firm name of J GMsOt FE1lGE+ 011e will keep in stock at all times a handsome lino of I Buggies Carriages Harness 0 Also Farming Implements In addition we wll liamllo all kinds of 0 0 grain Corn Oats lay etc toping you will favor the newlfirm with our patronage I remain Rwpt Yours 0vA CARSON OCOOOOOOOt7000 J 00 000000000 000 Shirts Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer t We are Headquarters W E PERKINS S e Crab Orchard Ky I e Stop and Read This Carefully I A Gigantic lleconl Slaughter Clerance Rule is golnn on at the Racket Store Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with goods the people of Lincoln andsurrounding counties will now have the chance to buy Good Goods at Low Prices Such an Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hoots and Shoes lute and 011ILndirft and Gents Furnishings cut to U price Come while these J atIbargains last Watch for our circulars The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glniburc Irop Noxt Door to Lincoln National Hank CRAffG HCKIRQ the 1IuiSt S- Can supply you with lime Best of Paints Oil And Varnishest Also Painter Supplier at LOWEST PRICES sonietfiinrtw IT WILL MAKElHARD WORK EASY After a good deal of tcr unilon I clued to try the Popular Wllhher and canjtruthfully lay it iathu greatest invention y of the kind mode The price at tint Hfcmed high but alter n trial I am convicted it is very chcnp ro Mna E J BROWN K y FOil SALE ailItGEO H FARRIS 5 CO 5 New Goods New FirmItAnd Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You FindIEverything Perfectly Fres Andyou have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Gall and gee us WwW SAUNDERS ci CO Phone 88 HO West Main Street ass