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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXlX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 2119019 A M NO 25 ICrab Orchard Mies Emma DcJurnott of Utchmoad It vlslilnp MM J Willie at the Springe Hutch Col Fontulno Fox Uobblit reports that his castle la illlud with lord and summerif plqaeant school term on Friday last She took her pupil to Hrown spring where they enjoyed adellgbtlul outing In the way of a school plcnlo Wo have been blessed with a timely rain and gardens are growing beauti fully All nature Is refreshed and red olent with the fragrance of blooming lloerw and vernal wood Elder J M Hallcy filled the pulpit oft the Christian church on taut Lords day adjourning at night In favor of the Baptist meeting Miss Sue Subletlo of Lexington lectured at the Christian church on Monday night ire Mary Dronaugh and grand daughter Miss Katherine spent Sun day with friends hero Miss Jean Buchanan returned Sunday from a pleasant visit to friends In Louisville Mrs Judge Collier of Mt Vornon Is a guest of Miss Fannie Langford Rev O W Shepherd pastor of the Baptist church has been conducting a eerlcs of meetings at tho Daptlit church which wo trust will bo product lye of good Uo had largo and atteo tlvo audience tho merchants and sa loon keepers closing their business houses to attend tbo services Bra ijbcpbcnl and wife have just gone to housekeeping and to show how much a preacher Is appreciated In our commu city tho friends Including all denomi have fllled their larder and Irnations to overflowing with everything= necessary to the culinary department Mrs Brooks mother of J J Brook left Monday for Mt Vernon from thence to her homo In Paris Mrs L Livingston of Chicago Ie visiting her parents Dr and Mrs W M Dooros who will celobralo their golden wed T ding on Wednesday Dr Pettu hast Improved suRlolontly to snake a visit to friends In Somerset Mr and Mr Harvey Collier have had quite a house t h lurty during tho poet week Among the pleasant visitors were Dr Andrew Scar enl and wife of Hopklnsvllle Mctdamcs Dr U F Morris of May 4t Held and Annie Laeloy of Stanford Mrs Wren and Mrs Edwards of Ow after a hereNThe capacious buildings of Crab Or chard Springs are all being repainted Inside and outside and everything Is undergoing a thorough renovation for J l the coming season and a prosperous time Is anticipated for this deservedly famous retort There Is a praise wor thy spirit of general Improvement at Crab Orchard tbb citizens vlolng with each other In painting whitewashing and other needed changes Mrs Capt Dillon has painted her cozy little cot hertgrass and ornamented with lovely flowers her homo Is Indeed comfortable Our t r brass band boys are erecting a stand In Mr Damrono grove from which they will dispense their muslo In the future HOW IT IS DONE The first object in life with the Amen can people li to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and say- Ing tho second health by using Greens August Mower Should you bv a despondent uitlcrcr from any of the of frets of Dyspepsia Ljyer Complaint Ap pendicitis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache 1alpltatlon of the Heart fcour Stomach Costiveness Dizziness of the Head Nervous Prostration IAJW Spirits etc you need not stiller another J day Two does of the wellknown August Flower will relieve you at once Go to q Pennys Drug Store Stanford Kand t got a sample bottle tree Itegulsr size 76o Get Greens Prize Almanac If CHAUTAUQUA Tho 60th annual see slon of the Kentucky Cbautauqua will bo held at Woodland Park Lexington Juno 20 to July 5 splendid program has been arranged that will surpass yet given Some of the mot nota lecturers and entertainers Amer t1aDY have been engaged A grcai must program will be presented and fj many new and special features The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon application to Charles Scott business manager Lexington Ky I As a result of the recent panic tocks according to Phillip King arc in stronger hands and the public Is out 1j of the market Crop prospects are good business Is still splendid and the only adverse feature is the labor situation What people is something physifeasy to take and pleasant In cllect For ash by Craig A Hockcr DrugglsH Low Rates via Queen St Crescent Route to tho following points COY Ington State Knsampaent G A R tJunu 34 One faro the round trip Ask agents for full particulars MT VERNON Circuit court convenes hero next needed rains roll here Saturday and Sunday- lxamlnatlon of teachers was held hero Friday and Saturday The good road question Is still being warmly discussed with some good roo cults Sam Smith Is the only surviving darky formerly belonging to Gen SmithA Baslln of Lancaster accompanied by the writer left Monday for a business trip to Lexington The mother of J A Laudraro L ft N agent at this place died at Pitts burg Saturday after a loug Illness Rev Hopkins is doing Sunday school and missionary work In this county lips lectures are Illustrated by eturcop tlcoo views Dr F J Price of Level Green and others will build a telephone lino from Mt Vernon to Somerset via Flat Lick Dallas Snarpvllle and While Oak Gap A visit to S IJ Coons machine shop at Lancaster with Us power lathes iVo shows It to be the most complete In Central Kentucky outside of Lexington MT VKUNON As usual the ITt ItlOIt JbcttVAL representative will bo at Mt Vernon next Monday first day of circuit court See him If you have any business with this pains The burial of exSberllt W G Mul tins which took place last week by tbo Masonic fraternity bad tbo largest at tendance of any funeral that has occurred In this county for years Bob HIatt colored of this place while crossing the track near Crab Orchard Saturday evening was run into by a freight train The mulo was killed but Dab escaped with a shake up and a few bruises J II Fish has reestablished his grocery store and restaurant in the basement of tho brick hotel after a thorough overhauling putting in new floor shelving counters doors window pa crlng and painting Several months since tbo writer loaned Jeweler Franklin an old boss pistol to place In his show window SInce that time citizens have brought In all manner of old pepper boxes derringers revolvers come quteks etc a pair of handmade scissors 100 years old a flint lock used In the warof 1812 A half bushel would scarcely hold the old curios etc Mr and Mrs D S Purdom oro via sting relatives In Marion Mr R B Mulllns remains very James I White was In Prcacbersvllleon Macca bee business Buck Vernon was to from Postom Hollow working for a teachers certificate Dr J H Law rence and wife returned to Ilydcn Mon day John FredoIck lost his house by fire Saturday Joseph Payne was up from Crab Orchard Mrs Grover Mo Guire received tho cash on a life Insur ance policy Saturday Printer W T Davit and family are upon a visit from beenILAND STOCK CROPS ETC B F Bedford of Bourbon bought 300 1i6 pound hogs at 6 to C15 C C Carpenter of the West End sold to Ward Lutes a gelding for 8195- I am standing a nice bull at 81 cash Have sumo nice milk cows for sale Jos Baloil Fott SALE Two Polled Angus bulls ready for service Good ones J W Baughman Stanford Craig Goods bred a marc last year to a horse and jack Yesterday she foaled a horse and mulo colt County Assessor It L Baker of Fay eyttc bought G II Whitneys thor oughbred G W W at the repqrted price of 81800 At a recent sale of polo and other ponies held in England 21 averaged loi5 The highest price was 1700 and the lowest prlco was 842o Fox k Logan sold to Cupt Wallace of Boston a five year oldcombIned horse for 8223 and to Alex It Whltta ker of Brooklyn a coach horse for 8250 Advocate The Lexington Leader sos the splen did farm of Mrs J N Phlster was pur chased by Mrs J Will Sayre tho own er of Kenmore Farm on the Har rodsburg plko at 8100 an acre half casn It lies on tho Clays Mill pike and contains 540 acres Tho Lebanon Enterprise says that the peaches and cherries stood the April cold snap all right but an exam ination of thu applo trees which had such a heavy blossom will disclose tbo fact that this fruit Is very seriously damaged and that tbo yield will bo comparatively small George Robinson Hunt Jr has pur chased the Preston farm containing 320 acres on the Preston street plkelt miles from Louisville for 800000 This property is a part ot an original grant from George IV to Col William Pres ton for military services ID Braddocka war having never before been sold out of the family W S Drye k Co sold a Thornton Star filly last week for 8250 G A Swlnebroad bought a carload of fat hogs at Crab Orchard at 42 to Be Foil SALT Good yearling mule two good milk cows 12 shoats and six boll ers MurkHardln Lutes fe Co bought of George lute a bunch of hogs at 4c and some of R W SLI all at So They bought a pot of hollers of Win Ruble at 3Jc- Tho Elliott stock farm near Spring Station In Woodford county containing 440 acres was bought by Nathaniel Harris a Versailles banker for 811 800 DANVIUI COLUT The crowd at Danville court yesterday was fair but there were only about 125 cattle on the market with trading rather slow A good bunch nf calve brought 82J or nearly 5c some young calves light ones 817 heifer calves 815 50 two yearold heifers 821 60 plain yearling steers 827 68 old ewes with lambs thrown In went at 82 25 11 J Farris bought six mules at WO which were about the only ones that sold The horse market was dull LANCASTER John B RllTc le exulting over the birth ol a fine boy Miss Eliza Lusk examined nine teach ers on Friday and Saturday Mrs Clell Johnson entertained last night at her beautiful home on Dan ville Avenue Revival services will begin at the Christian church on the first Sunday In June Elder A R Moore will lead in the meetings Tbo trustees of the graded school met on Saturday and appointed the present faculty for next year except one place which was left open for fu ture consideration Our base ball team has defeated Dan vllle Richmond and everything in sight and they expect to carry the banner after the games at tho tourna ment hero this week George Smith Jr Is suffering with the effects of poison oak Last week W J Romans went to Cincinnati Dr 1 S Wesley to Campbellaville and Capt Louis Landram to Louisville Rev J K Wolford attended the Baptist convention In New Orleans and was arrested for a moment by a policeman for spitting on the pave mont They are too nice down there The commencement exercises of tho graded school will bo held in tho opera house on Wednesday ut 1030 A M There aro several graduates and the exercises will prove that Prof Patter leaD ana his able corps of teachers have discharged their duties faithfully- I congratulate my Lincoln county friends on having gained the citizen ship of Mr Jacob A Robinson who lately purchased tho LIHard farm for 825224 Ho belongs to tbo highest tvpe of manhood and has a most excel lent wife Our people regret to learn that they will leave us The graded school tournament will bring a largo crowd to our city this week and the contests will bo close highly instructive and entertaining in each department Tho declamatory and musical contests will begin prompt ly at 745 on Thursday and Friday eve flings Scats are selling rapidly at Stornics drug store and the house will bopackedFor benefit of those who may not know It I desire to state that the pub lications between Mr U D Simpson and mo were not given out because of any bad feeling They were purely twoIlloodyou aro both bad medicine have feared a fatal meeting Ed Senator George T Farris baa not been well for several days but the republicans need not Indulge In the fond hope that he will not bo able to fix up his fences before the November elec tion for he and Hon R H Tomllnson will bo needed In tho next Legislature to aid in sending Hon James B Me Crcary to tbo U S Senate and to do many other things for the public good From the present outlook the entire democratic ticket from constable to Senator will be elected Lancaster boasts of her able lawyers doctors ministers a school second to none one of tho bOlt newspapers in tho State telephones electric lights a country which yields moro fine stock and valuable crops than many other sections but she is especially proud of the chivalry and hospitality of her people which baa become proverbial throughout tho land Como over Thursday and Friday and see how nice ly we will care for hall u thousand vial tore If Capt Landram and Lout Farm who are always working gratis for tbo public good will devote a little tlmo to rushing the water works wo will have a finished I learn that the day train for which they asked will bo put on Juno let For a stilT neck there is nothing bettor than a free application of Chamberlains Palo Balm It quickly relieves the stiff ness and soreness effecting a complete cure For sale by Craig h Hocker Drug gists HUSTONVILLE George D Weatborford spent a pore Lion of last week In Cincinnati TO Commercial Botch at McKinney hue received coat of paint which materially Improves its appearance Messrs Ed Stagg and A Jerry Ad ama caught nowllghta some of them a foot long In uric day near Roya Mill Miss Dora Hopkins of Gallatln county is doing nicely In tho millinery business over Huon L ColTeya store at MorelandBen Ferrlli la hauling poles for the East Tennessee Co which will put up a telephone line from Danville to Hustonvlllo Sheriff S M Owens has just finished painting his house Ho and his son Bowman did the work which Is a very creditable job D C Allen and Emmett McCormIck are using the old bank building for storing wool which they are buylngin large quantities Those Interested In having a fair this year are requested to meet at Hus tonvlllo at 230 next Saturday after noon Dates claimed for our fair are July 21 25 20 A good audience should greet the Topsy Turvy Co at Waltons Opera House In your city tonight The play which Is a beautiful one was well ren dared here a few days since Mlssea Mottle Powell Edna Baugh man Martha Bell and Nell Adams and Messrs C W Adams Elbert Harper and O S Williams spent Friday fish log near Roya Mill In Casey Lula Adams daughter of John Adams a prominent member of the U B F died Thursday at Mllledgcvlllc and was burled Friday by that order In tbo presence of an Immense crowd An entertainment will bo given by Misses Carpenter and Stagg of Con tral Christian College at Alcorns Op era House here May 23 In which the pupils will be assisted by others of the vicinity J B McKinney of the McKlnney ODdIstockscales which will prove a great con venience not only to himself but to the people of his section Robert Jones brother of H S Jones of this place died at Belmont Friday aged 61 Ho bad been paralyzed 17 years A wife and several children survive Marshal Arthur Jones a nephew attended the burial W L Evans has recently received the handsomest cash register over brought to this section It not only registers the amount sold foots up the days business as well as expenses but will almost go out and drum up trade If you want It Honest Joe Snow bought of J P Rlffe 4S 150 pound bogs at 4 00 S M Owens bought of R H Cooper and CbasRlcbcnbacha bunch of extra good calves at 815 to 820 Myers fc Llpps bought of J NevIn and Ernest Carter 200 barrels of corn at 82 50 Mr Charles Wheeler represented our Red Men at Danville last week and reports a good time GUI Cowan was In Somerset a few days ago Miss Lucy Bowman of Liberty is with her slater Mrs W M Myera Miss Lutio Van dervort of Cincinnati is expected to visit Miss Anna Reid Mrs George B Cooper was nero with relatives Satur day rCHURCH MATTERS aD1lottethe Episcopal church In Richmond At London a manuscript Bible richly illuminated of about the year 1110 was sold at auction for 1200 guineas- A Sunday school was organized at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon with H A Plvasanta superintendent J H Bright assistant superintendent and Aruip Broaddus secretary and treas urer It will meet at 330 i M Rev W F Taylor of the Methodist church who formerly preached at Danville was overlooked by the asses sor at Mayavllle when he didnt do a thing but gp before the board and give la about 825000 of property and asked t bo allowed to pay bla share of the taxes The presence of Visa Woolscy at the Cumberland Presbyterian Assembly as a ruling elder from Lcltchficld Ky opened up tho old question of women representation The womans mother was ordained as a minister by her Pres bytery but the assembly declared the act unconstitutional and In contraven tion of Scrlptual authority Rev Edward S Phillips rector of St Gabriels Roman Catholic church at Hazelton Penn and known all over the world as the coal minors friend was found dead in the apartments of a man calling himself Dr Kirk Stanley In New York He was enticed Into the dive and given a powerful drug He bad probably been dead a week A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists o1v 6 Mi o Z IJ = n Ir EVERYBODY c t JIour t lIJjtifffiitiATt I1I fm THE GLOBE j i iICcrchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing IJ t 1E1lYour IJi money back If youre not satisfied l1 mILLER HIRSCH Danville rtiI Successors to J L Frohman A Co J1p =Jp- c w o R== = d f ei r1t1C J plII t7Jji I Jii 4i 4i e IIoiIf 1f1f 4 i Tltis cut shows the newest thing in e Little t j P Gents Suits j Iri The Norfolk tC 2 a They are Stylish Durable and Comfortable Our Stock of clothing s full of the as Latest Style Fafirics Patterns iWe i abreast of the times and the New Things cnn rnlwlYsbe found in our stock t H J McROBERTS + i ail rt t ks Js Ibkipj 1O44 t p lobteitd es 9 l 4 yy IiGHr s i Ij I I Ii BOYLE NI3HOLS 0 L COVER NICHOLS DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforOUR REPAIRIA DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for tie renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Upholstering Ac Terms reasonable an satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurlnlmembers and ire the associations undertakers J S Goode Is the sent for Lincoln County Thon 175 mNA C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered m Buylour Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Cultivators and Tiger Hayl Rakes HIGGINS McKINNE Stanford f y t THE INTERIOR JOURNALl C WALTON fErDemocratic Ticket I For State Senator 4CEO T FARRIS for Ilepretentathe M F NORTH s For County Judge J JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk jGEO B COOPER For County Attorney t HARVEY NELM For Ghtrltf- j j M S BAUGHMAN For Atteuor M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W HERRIN For School Superintendent if GARLAND SINGLETON j fTne presidents trip to the Pacific coast to be present at the christening jandlaunching of the battleship Oblo accompanied by some pleasant t features has been almost as unlucky I as the superstitious think it would have been bad he started on the 13th day off rthe month and on Friday In the first place Secretary Gage was prevented from going with the party by the Ill It ness of his wife who has since died Mrs McKinley was stricken ill and hovered so close to death as to upset all calculations and programs Secre tary Loncfl daughter was taken eland he had to hasten to her bedside Secretary Hay was confined by Illness J Gov Nash of Oblo was poisoned by ivy while visiting the giant trees oft California and was laid up with a clos ed eye and badly swollen face Mrs McKinley was to have touched the button to launch the Oblo but being too her niece Miss Barber bad to take her place the big Ohio banquet at the Palmer House San Francisco t was called off and the receptions in L that city and along the line cancelled greyklooked after It was to be the greatest event of the year McKloleya subjects were to be given a chance to see their 1ruler and to fall down and worship him reBut man proposes and God disposes t tVanity of vanities all U vanity ItI TUB great street railway strike at i Albany N Y and adjoining cities a has been settled and the 11 days reign of violence ended with matters almost the same as when the strike commenced By resorting to violence the strik ers placed themselves beyond the scope of public sympathy and lost their coo tentlon from bad judgment and worse management Troops had to be called t Out and In the protection of nonuulon flaborIn ita right to work they killed and shot two others Union la f bor Is all right when it seeks by unity of action to secure justice and fairness v but when it assumes to say no one else shall work except on the terms they themselves dictate and proceed by vio lence to prevent men from exercising Inalienable right it forfeits all IIn to public sympathy and support and deserves to get It In the neck as in the Albany strike When men can show that they are being wronged by heartless corporations and others and peaceably demand their rights they will be backed by public sentiment which always sympathizes with the weak but the moment they take the law In their own hands and become a law unto themselves that mlnuto they lose out and ought to do so A MOU of 5000 that wanted to lynch a Negro and his wife at Cornollavllle Pa for the murder of a yardmaster was stood ofT by a brave officer and a small posse The first man who en i tern the jail will die exclaimed the o Ulcer and none of those who were so anxious to take life would risk his own in the attempt Mobs arc nearly always cowardly and usually one man can whip a thousand and two put 10 000 to flight l I WE regret to observe that Editor James M Richardson of the Glasgow Times has sued Editor R W Knott of the Louisville Post for 825000 damages The latter charged him as one of the board of Prison Commissioners with selling a beef contract a proposi J tlon so preposterous as to make it ri diculous and to apparently call more for a caning than a law suit I ANOTHER big scheme is afloat The Florida Legislature is wrestling with bills to permit the cutting of a canal across tho peninsular to connect the At laude and the Gulf of Mexico There is said to be 9100000000 behind the scheme and millions in it If the canal is ever built Is said that John G Carlisle may fITthe antiTammany candidate for mayor in Greater New York but if ho is wise In his day and generation he will let well enough alone The builders have too long rejected this stone for it to become the head of the corner e POLITICAL E F Uhl ambassador to Berlin un der Cleveland died at Grand Rapids G W Carpenter of Magotllc a Me Creary man was nominated for tho Legislature In tbo 02d district At the request of the officers of the Easterc Kentucky judicial dlstrlclCov Ington will be designated as headquar ore Instead of Frankfort Claude Chine who was elected county clerk in Fayctto as a democrat de faulted and Is now a candidate for tho republican nomination He was a Confederate soldier Gov W O Bradley has consented to be one of the vlie presidents of the Ben Harrison Monument Association which Is to erect a monument suitable und worthy In every respect to the emi nent citizen Three gentlemen favorable to Gov James B McCreary for Senator were nominated for representatives Saturday They ore T P Reed In Boyle W S Hawklcs In Carroll and John W Alexander In Mason Among the forgotten mysteries1 says the Atlanta Constitution might be reckoned the fugitive governor Taylor of Kentucky Not on your life Though lost to sight he is still to memory and the State treasury dear Louisville Times Senator Blackburn has recommended the reappoIntment of Postmaster Berr- yman at Versailles Senatorial cour tesy allows a Senator of the minority party to control his home postolllco provided ho selects a member of the party in power for the position The democratic city and county executive committee at Louisville Issued a call for a primary to be held Tuesday July 0 for the selection of the nomi nees for city and county ofllces The primary will be held under thIS Carroll law Candidates will be given until June 3 to register their names and pay their assessments The ticket nominated in Boyloa primary Saturday which is a good ono from start to finish la as follows T P Reed representative S P McDowell sheriff W H Prewltt county judge W S Fitzgerald japer Fred Harris assessor J Yo Rawllogs school su perintendent W J Price county attorney and J ii Nichols cuunty clerk were nominated without opposition Much Interest was manifested In the election and the full democratic vote was polled ADDITIONAL LOCAL MR J M PlllLLUS failed to soil his lots advertised fur sale on Saturday last NICE new stock of summer hate and millinery in general just received at Miss Llccle Beazleyse LADIES and Gents low shoos on the bargain counter this week Dont fall to get a pair J P Jones THIRTYNINE applicants for school teachers certificates were examined Friday and Saturday by Miss Kate andgle L R Hughes THE missionary meeting of the Ladies Aid Society will be held In the lecture room of the Presbyterian church Friday at 3v M W CARROLL 1IANIShas bought out his partner in the grocery trade Mr A A Warren and will run the business alone Mr Warren has bought an interest in the Lincoln Democrat and will be its business manager IT was seven ego yesterday since the great May snow storm It was almost cold enough to snow again but It rained instead and continued to do so most of the night to the delight of the farmers who were needing it JUDGE BAILEY flocyet decided the merits of the bank tax cases und win not do so till the June term Ho sustained the demurrer to the audl tors agents petition and overruled exceptions to the amended petition Tho fiscal court of Lincoln county was male a party to the suit THE body of Mr John G Seargent was removed from his farm on which it was burled 14 years ago to Buffalo Cemetery last week Dr Seargent had It done so that all the family could be hurled together Although burled on a bill the collin had entirely disap peared and nothing but the skeleton In water appeared THE L N announces a rate of ono faro for the round trip to the International Christian Endeavor Convention at Cincinnati July 6 to 10 good to tbo 14th and may be extended to Sept 1 by payment of 50c A rate of one fare will also be made to the National Trav elers Protective Association at Old Point June 24 with limit of eight days and provision for extension THE Kentucky tutor Medical Society will convene In Louisville May 22 and continue in session three full days This old and representative society of the great Commonwealth expects at this meeting in the first year of the new century to excel lousefulness and general scientific Interest any of its predecessors Every reputable doctor in the State is cordially invited to be present and those not belonging arc urged to become members of this noble and progressive organization membership in which an honor an Inspiration a source of knowledge and a permanent benefit Steele Bailey Secy IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Ella Baker has been reappointed postmaster at Mt Vernon Gov Bcckhain turned down 45 appli cations for pardons Saturday- W T Short of Mt Vernon bRa beeu appointed deputy collector The Whltley grand jury has adjourned after returning 104 indictments Dogs got Into G B Broyles sheep In Mercer and killed 60 in two hours Capt Peter Hinkle died two hours after being stricken with paralysis at Barbourvillo John Whltrooro shot and probably fatally wounded EdPordee at London over a trivial matter George Cole a former deputy sheriff of Knox county was shot to death by a man named Hopkins who escaped Tho McCreary Guards and the Central University Cadets are to fight a sham battle at Richmond next Saturday The Continental Bank of Chicago has been approved the reserve agent for the First National Bank of Bar rodsburg The Kentucky Union Oil Company composed chiefly of Eastern capitalists bought 3000 acres of oil lands in Wayne county The fiscal court of Madison has sot tied with the Richmond banks the latter paying SO per cent of the amount due since 1S9T Gordlo Burton who was sent up from Pulaskl for housebreaking was pardoned by Gov Beckham He Is dying of Bright disease Miss Anna Carroll a witness for the Commonwealth the Sbotwell boys trial In Whitley countywas beaten Into Insensibility by two men Theodore Wright colored shot and killed Will Grubbs near Buena Vleta Ho claims the killing was accidental but he Is In jail charged with murder The Sllckford 011 Company of Som erset 10000 capital stock and the Carpenters Fork Oil and Gas Compa ny of Pulaski county with 825000 were incorporated at Frankfort Mrs A Brannaman died at her home near Wlldlo last week of consumption She was a daughter of the late Coleman Hays and was 40 years old A husband and several children survive Pearl Thicker a 15year old glr from Tennessee was tried before Judge Stanberry at London on a charge of Immoral conduct and was ordered to betaken to the House of Reform at Green dale Mls Ida M Police of Somerset Is in Frankfort to secure a parole for James Cruse who was sent up from Pulaskl fur 21 years over 10 years ago for killing a man on a Q J C pas senger train The dwelling and smokehouse of Joe Gregory at Vautrb Laurel county was burned The postolllce was in Grego rys house The stamps and all records of the office were burned Lou ISOOi no Insurance John Shotwell was convicted at Wll llamsburg of Sutton Farris murder at Corbln and given a life sentence Robert Sbotwell was acquitted but the- jury couldnt agree as to Cbas Shot well guilt or Innocence Frank and Tllman Woods John Mor see and Wm Bryan all charged with the murder of Frank Evans a miser and all under 22 years of age have been arrested in Dull county They barricaded themselves in a deserted cabin and were starved out The Madison county democrats file- injunctionan suit to restrain republl- can County E C Million from entering an order redistricting tne county He with a board of commissioners appointed by himself Is said to be fixing a gerrymander so as to give the republicans a lu the fiscal courtThe annual commencement of Caldwell College Danville occurs Juno 5th when 20 sweet girl graduates will get their diplomas Among the number are Misses Black Bar bourvllle Helen Maret Bryantevllle Georgia McAfee Shelby City Mary Reid Josie McGoodln Margaret Rode and Amelia Yerkes Danville THIS AND THAT Tho South District Association will meet Juno 13th hero Tom Britton a Lexington jockey suicided at Cincinnati Tennessee pays her Confederate sol diers pensions to the amount of 8110 000Tho Pan American Exposition was formally dedicated yesterday Teddy Roosevelt being orator of the day A strike order Involving over half a million went into effect yesterday to enforce a nlnehourday with 10 hours pay Sam Jones says tho Elks are a lot of beer guzzlers and the Elks all over the country are horning tho pulpit buffoon in a lively manner The 4yearold colt Kings Courier bred in Kentucky and by Kingston dam Styletlne sold a few days ago in England for 278 A daughter of George Hedge a farmer of Montgomery county accused her father of her ruin Hedge took lauda anum on hearing threats of neighbors dying in a few hours MATRIMONIAL B B Cozlne editor of the Shelby News and Miss Mason Rico will marry at Lexington Thursday A West Virginia man on being jilted by his best girl sued her for 702 money spent on her for Ice cream and other nlcknacks Wm Henderson aged 81 and Mrs Martha Jaynes 01 of Lawrence coun ty eloped and foiled their angry children who objected The Somerset Journal announces the coming marriage of Miss Lucy Bena Young of that city to Mr Emory Mel via Wheeler of Paris which occurs June 0 A RUSH I J Is what we have every day at the I The Louisville Stores r Great Closing Out Sale 1we If you fail to take advantage of This Cut and Slash Price Sale You have missed a golden opportunity to lay in your wants at half actual e House Furnishings Our big line of Carpets to clows out at lOc to 4Jc Iw ryard Millings that other stores charge 35c and 40c per yard we are closing out at idle anti 23c per yard 10 pieces mailings 15c quality to close out at lOc ibndc with 6 dozen paper window fixtures to close out nt lOc each 10 dozen linen window shades We quality to close out at 25c 50 palm lace curtains 81 quality to close out at 09c a pair Mnrsaillos patterns 5 dozen counterpanes worth SI to close out at 6lc 5 dozen sheets SlxOO 76c quallly to close out at 40c 10 pieces damask table linen 860 qual ity to close out at 23c per yar- dCorsets 10 dox4n summer cortets SOd quality to close out at Site 5 dozen II t U corsets worth 76c to close out at 40c A lot of black corsets to close out at BCc on the Jl EAGLE BIRD HAPnUC STAUIOS IIllhlblaVrlr1i1l FAILE shown one season Eagle IIIrd was only bate anl won 10 or 12 blue tllII IIo will him make the booklnlt your mares Ilauchmans Ilr ent ell8On at DunVltlo on the Lancas place i mile from tor At 10 To Insure a live Celt Mute JACK at Will also stand a 8rat JOHN S 1IAUG1IMAN 7 to Inure Danville Ky SWEET WILLIAM This one mute jack will make the proem season at S7 to Insure a Living Colt Sweet William Is Wt hands sired Stlgalla Prince tat dam by Stleall Houlth by Ready 2d dam by Stlgalls mack Hawk mule dealers warrant experience allOur past us In saying that no better mutt jack will be offered will ublte orvlco han tb ono us Ida colts attest E P WOODS i SONS Stanford KING EAGLE King Ea lo is IS hands and three Inches heavy mane and tallhigh nark baywills goes all the gusts pienty of speed atyle und action Sired by Royal King tit dam flirt Id dam Iced Lion and dam IlarrU Denmark ho Millers Denmark 4th dam Jim liell thoroughbred IoJ ten full brother totho great Silver fan jr und Alllu 0 tho great 81000 King Ea show maro that sold for g108 2d darn Is tile dam of Minnie Ilnvd tilt show mare that Matt Cohen won ovary great where with In 108 and sold for 800 Jlnlt Eaglo will make tbo present season Wlt of titantable mllmof loot at my ford on tho Shelby City pike sit the low price S10 to Insure A Living Colt with forfeits inMnrcn trailed or parted becomes duo at tho timesurance und money of such transaction Will also stand tho noted mule Jack Itllly Kcenc at e s to Insure a living colt- S T IIMIUIS STAsroiiD KY Flowers No 25031 Slll nuke the season of at myalable near TurntrtTllle at SIO to Insuro a Living Colt Flowers U a bay hone hands high hind feet bile hired tJy + sire 3 letld21814 Fortuna 3aroOld 21 rold 225 Frenzy ZyeeroItl22K II Jolorld- aIonlreh ndlx oilier217 IJ4lIer than 242 Jilssommluvelrel ul ertortnen Ins dalu IJzzle Tracy 22l lull atter to Sellle I 223 by Oeo Wllkex atre ol iKrforiuen and dams of61 Second dam Lady Oats thai o Nellie I tJy Vermonl sire of panne 11 2 25 and anus u llambetta Wilkes 222- of IKinK 21114 Ire Ilro ii 230 111Tbe and sertral dun Kate own titter to Fannie dam of teen In the list br Ktnkwdi St Lawrence fourth dam llivndi thoroughbred In it combined tho Uluod of thro ot tbo Itt oonf llambletobta namtljr Florida Volu- ntiorgPgkewith that of tills Vermont teer KlnltwidiSt Lawrence thoroughbred and b carrlM per out of tbe blood of llatoblrtonlan oral much ai a sun of his Very few horses In herit such a strong breeding Ai an indlrldual ho equally great having Jilenty ot Hibitatire and action leoulare no mining ha has shown a 212 gall over a ball mile track Clevelandlllack Jack with white points handi Slat by Corde lint Cordorpie lit lintIlseVbran 2d data Josh Dunn jennet by Card Jack This It said to ba one ol the lll11l1le jack In Kentucky This Jack wilt make the season at the small sum oIlS to inure a living colt He will also tnike the season at ray stable nell Turnemill U CAllTKIl MiscellaneouslMens Clothing 25 dozen ladies hose 15o and S5t 200 mens suits worth from f 10 to 113 quality to close out nt Oc n pair now to close out at from 1640 to flO 15 dozen ladles black hose lOc iua1I pay l5 or 30 fur your aunt ty to close out Hi 5c a pairtnor suit when we can furnish yell One lot ladies kid gloves tl 80 quality for COc on the dollar and give you a ntae to close out lit COo Our stock of clothing U immenee One lot of ladies kid gloves qualityanti we guarantee to please you to clove out at 40c worth IS 3 spools good sewing thread for lOcthanbolt iwige- to 100110 yards Hoosier cotton Ono lot of mens summer pants IIyardclose out at 41c per papara good plea for Iefll1 1l11 to go at 4Uc- oO300 dozen pearl buttons worth 10 and dozen 10001 ihlrlf latest dwlgDU I6c per dozen to go at fie the same tlilrt you pay 750 anti il fer at 200 yards fancy Ratter webbing woitli other store we not sellout at 400 lOc to close at 3c per yard 76 dozen mens rummer uniler hlil0 out at Mc Boys Clothingquautytoclose black and till BUJ180 boys all wool suit worth from 16o nnd Sit quality to else out at Po 14 to tO to clono out nt SUO to I4Q 100 dozen pairs mens blue anti aytLot of boys knee pause Oc and 11 mixed cttton sox lOo qsaMty to close quality to close out at 23c to Vc out at 5o 75 pairs boyssummer weight knee pants to close out nt Oo a pair Large Hook 100 pain boys shoes latest style worseat GOo on the 81IJ ttSmul iO to close out nt uSe anti 1126tiocen cairns linen collars 108 anil hove straw ate worth 60c now go closeInequality to wit at boo Ii 230 r WE SETTHE PACE Jr J H WARD CO NEW Feed Sale limes Old Stand Depot St Stanford New and stylish Turnouts nato reasonable Special attention to traveling talesmen tones and sold on touimliilen Single reeds Hay Me Hitches No hitches on public days Ortxl attention given all stock left at our liable Ibont W THE HERS 1And JByon style forecasts we get the new things While They Are See our hats s1oesIIclothing Etc- ommins 1 McClary s Housecleaning Time When Springs fresh verdure and the early Livery And Stable Fresh t primrose and violet on the lawn shames your old carpet and you revolt at is time that makesfof the housewise for something fresh for her floor cover When we are sell ing new and handsome styles in carpets rugs and mattings at such tow prices is the best time to secure them Look at our Fine 1Furniture Wall Papers Picture frames Carpets Rugs Etc W W Withers Stanford t taught McKinney Roller Mills 1 JB McKINNEY Prop MoKmnoy Xy Ibestuu Feed c Irlccs reasonable Cus J tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy J t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IAroILD KY MAY 21 IDOl i Tuv the Judjro Tuft cigar for o choice eraokc at 1ennya Drug Store OUR proscription work U unsurpasa PcnnyeDrug ohPERSONALS Mil J II OWKN8 went to Lexington yesterday U L HUH II Li has returned from a tniftlneta trip to Nashvlllo t MAJ E W LILLAIIU of tho Dan villa NOWB was hero Sunday bliss TEvis CAHlBNTKIt Is pending vn few days with frlonde In DunvlUa Mns O W MAUTIN wotrttoGuorjro town yesterday to visit bar homofolkt Mlts M O ViNPKBY U violtlnu the family of Irof W C Grlnttcad In Danville MHB L J FAULKXKH of Sherman with barton Squlro A G 4Faulkncr S 1UKUAM end family of Mt Vernon are guests at Mr A P turdamt DK ANDKBW SKAHCJBXT and wife of Hopklnivllle vl ltcd his mother and sitter hero MRS M N DulAUW of Danville is with Mrs Henry D McClure at MoALlSTBK and Harry Slate havo returned from school at WIlllQmsburjr Miss LULA HILL of Luwrcnceburu a the guest of bliss Hosa Jones at John P Jones Mitts J U TUCKKIC and Miss Lula McCluro are attending UUtrlot confer coco at Porryvlllo Mn I X VAUOHAX of Richmond Vu will arrive today to visit hU un lee the Walton brothers MIL W GLYD GUAM of the Topsv Turvy Company was here Friday ar ranging for the bow tonight r Mil IAMBS C McKucit Iii of Wayne tho ac d father of James Mo f Keobnlo of the Hubble station Is his ueet Miss BOWMAN SMITH of Corbin- I has rented property at Crab Orchard aod will be prepared W take boarders j after Juno IUv J W IIMJIN and Mr Thomas II Shanks left yesterday to spend a t week with the formers parents In ft Shelbycountv- fI MBSSUB IlKNiiY CRAY and James Haujhmna dlaod tho oxConfederatoe of Doyle at the ClumunU House Dan ville yoslurday fi MISSUS llOIIKKTA AND LITA BILL CASH who have been In Washington attending college will return 11dW Saturday MHIISIION who was recently foreman of the L ft N yards a Junction has been transfer t red to his lInt love at Corbl- Mu AND Mus CLAUKXCB K TATS r Mrs W II Shanks and MU Dolllo- i MeHobcrls drove up to Richmond Saturday and spent Sunday with friends MRS KLLBX Poon of Lancaster was here Friday afternoon to have her pretty grandson Robinson and Nalen tine Cook pbotograpdcd by Miss Sa Cray Dlt AND Mns J S STAll of Crab TheIhU friends are glad to know that ho Is rapidly Improving HON J S OW8LBY Sit accom panted by his daughter Miss Emma Owsloy went to Nashville Friday to consult Dr Dou lae the eminent spec iallst about his foot that has been giv u log him trouble for six months CarpenJIperhaps other physicians will attend the State Medical Society meeting at Louisville tomorrow Mns Dii M K PBXXIXQTOX of London who was tho charming Mies ye8tcrdoyjrl whence go West for the benefit of his health 11 IMDBlt a picture of Dr II A Jones of this place Saturdays Louisville Times says of that gentleman Ho had u prominent part In the recent convention of the Kentucky State Dental As eociatlon held here Ho has patented 7 u dental anesthetizing appliance which has caused wide Interest In the profes sionMu AND MRS bL C TANNKII arc happy In the advent to their homo o their first born a tine boyMrs Doo I lie of Pulaskl Is visiting her daugh ter Mrs T O Hankln and Mr Lee Rankin and wife of Wayne county arc visiting at J M Rankin near Hubble Mrs Nancy Smith mother of Hon Ben V Smith is also visiting a t Ilubblo Somerset Journal SAW TUB MONI SThc following young people chaperoned by Miss Mary Hubbard of the College wont to Goth scmano Saturday afternoon and spcn l V several hours very pleasantly with the i monks Mesea Ksslo Burch Boll Denny Mattlo Mencfcc Stella McCln ryTAnna Cook Kato und Pat Alcorn Stella Dallou Ha Holdam Addle Holmes Marie Mahony Kate Dastln l Virginia Dourno Mary Higgins Chloo I Baulbman Mary Pennlnlton MOlgle Hopper Josephine amen and feasts rnest Warren Guy Dallou Caswell Saulloy and Walter Hopper vlllltDIl11rlIssMss Lnlt PiitLLiiS of Monticello Is with Mrs Mark Hardln Miss EmB B HUFFMAN graduated at the Lexington Conservatory of Mu etc this week Miss CAKIUB MAY UITAN after nu toLittleUIIwithwhich occurs June 12th Mn JAMRS W POWKLL accompa nied by Minse Ethel Dapp Mnudo James and Edna and Leo Powell of tho West End were hero yesterday MKSIMMKS E A RUSSBLL Lydia Carrico and Alice Vtlilch and Joo Hue soil of Louisville are at the bedside of Mr P G Brady who Is better this morningSUNDAYS Cincinnati Tribune con talus a fairly good picture of Miss An nto Trlbble of Junction City who will bo maid to Miss Lucy Arnold sponsor of tho Kentucky delegation at the Con federate Veteran llounlon at Memphis LOCALS TONIOHT Topsy Turvy Low prices on shingles A C Sine WB offer this week 200 yards satin stripe sballlcs all beauties at 23c J P Jones 60000 ciooii biIok fur sate Also handle thu best grades of coal Call on me T L Shelton Rowland BOYS Chotime your measure taken for n dross suit See our samples Cummins McClary It IT MAHONY Is headquarters for Insurance lire tornado accident and life None but bet companies repre dented YOU will forget your debts your mothurlnluw and all your poor kin If you como to see Topsv Turvy She will entertain you Till bolt of that killed Walter Martin first struck a telephone polo near Ncodmora half a mile away shattering It and several others and then ran along tbo wire to where he was standing against a wire screen Tho other parsons injured by the shock aru Improving and will soon be well STUIKI At Altaraont and Pine Hill minors bare gone on a strike the former against a monthly pay day and a guarantee of five days work a week The previous conditions were semimonthly pay days and suspended mines In dull periods Pine Hill miners struck against high prices In tho corn pang store ENJOY yourself while you live for when you die you will bo dead a long thetcleanest and best conedy over given hero Boys bring that girl that has been t o nice to you nil winter Fathers bring your children Husbands bring your wives and you will all bo happy Tonight Waltons Opera House AS Gypsies are camped In this rich ity this warning from the Argus may be of advantage Ahllu In Frankfort last week the gypsies reaped a harvest telling fortunes and there Is no tolling how much bricabrac has been taken from homes they entered for every house they went Into they Invariably told the housekeeper to go outside and get them a glass of water and they would show them a trick TUB opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs will occur on the evening of Juno 14 The State pharmacists will meet there in convention 18 to 21 and between the latter date and July 4 there will be various entertainments and dances On the glorious 4th there will bo a grand rally and picnic to which tho railroads will give reduced rates Accommodations will bo made for 1000 people on that day- SATISI1EUAftorspending a week or eo prospecting In Oklahoma Messrs U II and W A Pottos of tbo Gilberts Creek section returned Saturday night thoroughly satisfied to spend the balance of their days In Old Kaln tuck Thorn is a great deal of good land In the newly opened country they say but it has all been taken and what Is left is hardly worth having Messrs Pettus spent a portion of their time with Messrs John K Jones J M Hill and II E Guinea who they say are prospering They all have good leases and the chances or their making mon oy are most favorable These three exLincoln county gentlemen live near each other and their families seem thoroughly contented and two loud In their praise of Oklahoma The Messrs Paltus did not see the Shelbys who recently loft this county and located at und near Ponca City but that heard good reports from them Mr George Shelby has bought a handsome home In tho above town and bus a lilrge lease which ho Is grazing to a considerable extent The biggest wheat ralsor In the sections tho Messrs Pottus visited Is Mr G W Miller a former Crab Orchard man who runs between 30 and 40 binders during the harvest season J E Carson another exLincoln coun ty mao Is prospering wo wore glad to learn und like the rest of those who have good leases is much Impressed with Oklahoma TUB best on earth Is n Honan shoe J P Jones WB can furnish you any standard make sewing machine Getour prices Higgins k McKlnnoy RFMCMDKII that our terms arc cash Lox cash prices on feed of all kinds JII Duugbman iVCo PATRONS of the College will please pay their tuition bills as soon as possible The money Is needed to meet ex penses Nnnnlo S Saufley To TBACIIBKS The trustees of the Stanford Female College desire to enter into negotiation with a good teacher to take tbo prlnclpalshlp of tho col logo next session Address at once communications to John Bright Secre tary Hoard lf Trustees Stanford Ky KILLED IIY During the thunder storm Saturday afternoon Wal ter Martin was struck by lightning and Instantly killed in the porch of Miss Jennie Matt store at Uowlund Will Hooker and Clarence Haines wero bad ly shocked the latter being still con fined to his bed Walker Hampton and Walter Klllion who wore also In the porch and only a few feet from Mr Martin felt no effect of the shock Mr Martins head was leaning against the wire screening on the window which Is supposed to have drawn the lightning and his neck was broken There were no marks on his body save slight abrasions on both ankles The building was not damaged In the least and the bolt must have spent Its force on Mr Martin There wore few If any better young men than Walter Martin and his popularity was attested Sunday afternoon when a crowd of nearly 500 people gathered at his late home to hear Roy W E Arnold preach his funeral and later followed his remains to Buffalo Cemetery lIe was a ttodel young man and his par ents Mr and Mrs Alex Martin and brothers and sister almost worehlpiwit him Ho was a tine specimen of phys Zeal manhood standing six feet three inches and weighing 185 pounds nnd gave promise of long life but God moves In a mysterious way His wonders to perform and bo was cut down at the early ago of 25 In speaking of the young man n gentleman who bad known him for 10 years said to us If Walter Martin over did anything wrong be did not do so Intentionally His Influence was worth u great deal to other young men and It Is Indeed a pity he was not spared longer liURTOX A big hearted liberal and olevKr man who revered his Maker and loved his fellows went to tits reward when Mr William Bur ton breathes hit last at 1016 Saturday night A month ago a carbuncle developed on the back of his neck and be was taken to the Joseph PrIce Infirmary where every attention was given him but blood poisoning Intervened and soon did Its work The carbuncle was about the largest on record and the doctors took a photograph df It fo use In medical publications The pa tient suffered agonies but his cheerful spirit was manifested all through tbo long ordeal and he murmured not He thought from the first that he would not survive and spoko calmly and fear lessly of death his only regret seeming to bo thabho could notnee some of his children again In the hash Mr Dur ton was a mcmberof the Presbyterian church and few Sundays saw his scat vacant In tbo church here He was a firm believer in Immersion but wanted to be with his family In churcD mom bership The Presbyterians wont Ira mcrse but Will accept as members those baptized that way by other de nominations So Mr Burton first join ed the Methodist church was Immers ed and then joined the church of his wife and family Ho was nn excellent man and one that could never refuse a favor Ho would have died a rlrh man but for going security for Wends and then having to pay for them Mr Bur ton was about 70 years old and was twice married first to Miss Mary Juno McKlnnoy daughter of Capt Burton McKlnney by which union three chil dren survive Dr A O Burton now of Kansas MrsT P Hill of Wyoming and George Burton the latter of whom has been with his father during his Ill nets and watched over him with a devotion that was beautiful to contem plato Mr Burtons second wife was Miss Annie Paxton sister of the late JUTICS Paxton She died in the fall of 18S5 leaving three children Joe P Burton Dr W MfBurton and James II Burton all of tbem with the other three surviving and all proving the truth of the Scripture which says Train a child In the way he should go and when he Is old bo will not depart from It Mr Burton served his coun try well both In wur and peace When the call for soldiers for the Mexican war was made over 50 yours ago bo ro sponded with alacrity and waswlth his command through tho entire campaign which resulted so victoriously for the Americans How greatly he was loved nod respected was shown yesterday afternoon when hundreds of friends gath ered at the open grave In DulTalo Com etory to pay him the last tribute of re spect A short service was hold there by S M Rankln and then all that was mortal of father brother and friend was consigned to the dust All of the children of deceased were present at the funeral except Mrs T P Hill WOVEN wire and oak picket fence A C Sine ToiSY TUUVY WALTONS OPEUA HOUSE TONIOHT SEE HEU DANVILLB Is to have another paper In about two weeks Mr It O Cunning ham lute editor of the Danvllla News will begin the publication of the Dan villa Courier a weekly six column quarto which will he democratic to the core LRIIANON JUNCTIONAn I J representative spent a portion of Saturday both pleasantly and profitably at Lebanon Junction where n number of old Lincoln county people live That place profited greatly by the division being moved from Rowland and Is now a town of no mean pretensions A nourishing bank is one of the enterprises there while there are a goodly number of stores that carry big stocks and do a thriving business R C Rocker for presIdenttowns capitalists lIe one of sever al gentlemen who have made snug for tunes out of the Rlcketts Hotel which is now run by his brother V II Hock cr Newt Craig is doing n good busi ness with his barber shop and bathrooms while his mother Is the fashion able dressmaker of the place John oSIQuetuswith the L ft N and Is one of Lebanon Junctions solid citizens lIe Is still growing and now tips the beam at 205 A P Haley Walter Carter J T Payne J S Cordler and D A Bar nett arc exRowland gentlemen who adoptedhomerailroad service W H Satlerfleld who married Miss Sallle Bentley who once lived In Stanford has one of the prettiest homes tn town and a very In teresting family He Is further beau drying his home with paper and paint A paper wee published at Lebanon Junction several years ago and It Is a wonder some wldeawake man doesnt start one there again The town Is abundantly largo to support a weekly publication A good democratic paper should do well there NOTICE Illuegrni seed stripped on shares or strippodSummer Boarders oppositeChrlUBn afterJuneU MUS IIUWMAN SMITH Crab Orelmril Ky Public Sale I will sell at public auction on Saturday Juno 1st 1901 At 3 p m one of the most desirable home Stllnfordonhilinaverfalling outbuildings malickOllwncall on or nddress ItICulur W FUAXK McKlNXEV Stanford SHS0IFFS SALE FOR TAXES I will sell at public outcry on Monday June 10 Il 01 county court day before the topaySTANFORD White W T Stone 104 acres 2J OKA II OIICIIAIID f0JohnHUSTOXVILLE 470AThe Famous bli l i Sprigs j ARE NOW OPEN Under the management of J II Willis and CIItlrOobytheto 21st Inclusive Dctweon then and July there will be dancing and minor entertain meats On tho flit there will bo a grand rally and picnic with excursion rates on all railroads and free toll on the turnpikes A Accommodations TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby state that the Die Plow sold by thoOliversuperior to the cradlo W G COWAN J S GOOOE S OWENS PUBLIC SALE SfwlILineolnThursday May 23d 1901 makrowOOktloyefarwlegmothother tlilum Will also olrer for sale toy farm ol theJunarctloger SOcts Royal Worcester orsets Are time hlglicit type of Corset production In America The Dowager For perfectsatlsfactlonmakes we handle THOMPSONS GLOVE FITTING And W B Erect Form also SUMMER CORSETS 200 IRemember we sell the best kid gloves for ladies ever shown in Stanford and fit them without extra charge at and 150 JOHN P JONES Stanford Jm im I4J 4m 1 Dont Stay Awayi IFrom these bargains on our Cheap Counter ng There is a great saving to you if you cans e use OilY of the short lengths of E I WASH GOODS OR WOOL iOODS I- m c Also some soft slippers for house le ing to an unusual accumulation of to1001001IiiC3 Wc offer these goods inucli earlier in the sea J J ton thnn usual and you get the benefit 4 2JU Remnants from every department at from tji 25 to 50 por cent off the price rfiWe are still talking and selling good and just cant stop because it menus a ShOCiIto you and n regular customer for u t ba44sm I II m if E GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains r 1 THE National Weekly Investment Co INCORPORATED Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky IMABOTH 100GStandard Rule 0 Itecurrt SslOJf Sired by WaUlngham 2108 sire of Latitude 317K and many others In the list WaUlnghum Naboths sire Is a son of George WIlUcs 510 First dam Tlntel by Messenger Duroo 100 son of llambletonlan and sire of Elulno 221 the dam of Norlalne yearling record 2814 Second dam Itess sister to James Itowell Jr by Ilambletonlan 10 sire of Dexter 2 17H Third dam Jessie Sayre by Hurry Clay 45 tire of St Julian 2111x llodlno 2IOJi and 15 others that have prodnetd23Q trotters also sire ot tho dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American EellpsoNovoNaboth Is a bay 10 hands high foaled June 2S 188S Ills poJIgree contains tho blood of Ilambletonlan ueorgo Wllkes Mambrlno Wllkm Pilot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand at 15 to Insure a Living Coltr HAPSBURG 509Hay stallion 161 hand high By diopter 26 Impcrtcd 1st damJolly by Wonderful how 31 2nd dam by lre ervtS 822 Ilrst dam Trinket 5 Imp by County King 110 2nd dam by Champion of England 3rd dam by lUrnaby 070 4th dam by Orand Turk XOTE From the above pedigree you can see that Ilapsburg Is a pure bred Cleveland Ray English Coach Morse 110 Is u beautiful mahogany bay with black points U 161 hands weighs 273 pounds drives well gentle and kind with Ono style und high action Cnn show a mile better than 3 minutes and any one wishing a high bred coach horse to breed on Standard hired mares for gutting style speed and action should sea this horso Will Stand At SIO To Insure 7t Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 10 hands and inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at S3 for Mares and SIS for Jennets Mares grazed at 82 per mouth which In ill cases must be paid before they are removed Cure taken to thereat accidents but not rt pon lbo should any occur J K BAUGIIMAN Hustonvillo Ky MULES FOR SALE I have eight mutes 5 to years old from 14S to 16 hands high for sale All mares but three and all good ones UIUAII DUNX lIustonvllle Ky the SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to sell my saw mill or will trado It for stock or will move It to a body of timber and saw It If party wishes G W SISOLETON Crab Orchards r f r1 1 e THE INTMORJODRNAL Tub1lhaTuuyaysad xddav- e1 PER YEAR CASH TThcnoot sopaldSSOO will becharged Entered n the po tajffc at Stanford at ieonddatt matter Ea R DILLEHA DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of PRICKAndLime Cement c o Write For Prices S PRICE IIASurgeonDentist Ky OfflttOT YcRobertaDrug Store In the Owdq II HnUdlng R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over stor1Telepbone JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a ncfn the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will beglftd to give you flour men bran ihlpstulT Itc for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to the of No 2 wheat Our Is ground on the old tasbior 49 Inch burrs Is my desire to keep this exchango at your town and I trust you will give me a liberal share of your patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn br tho teed or bushel MORRIS FRED II Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange PRUITT BROS MOR LAND KY Furniture 4 UndertakingAnd Dr R G GOLDSTEIN Optic Specialist of 541 4th Ave LouUvllle will be In Stanford Monday May27- To remain s few Jars Consultation and Examination FRER BEAZLEY HAYS TCTDETAXXS DEALERS U Furniture MattiiijjsRugs And Wall Paper Theywill Excbango Furniture for all of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ cMCGbMY uNDEf TAltER Manufacturer and Dcalearln- HAB1TESS SADDLERY C Stanford Ky WOOL WANTED We want all the wool In Lincoln county highest price for It CRn at 111Ward k Cos Stable In Stnnfor for sacks IIOONE GENTRY FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything frat clasa Porte moot all trains 89 Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon Inllntc1aultyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANF03D SI MORRIS FRED PuoriimoR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grim Ing and that I wIll at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moat Shipatnff Chicken Foot Etc Vt the very lowest and I solicit a bare of your patronage promising to give you the best results Dont me utbear lu mind always that I need you patronage MORRIS FRED Pror DrsSlavinPhillipOSTEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays be In StantoN Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat unlays Office In the l nnln toa UullJInglSUnford cbour9to12s l1telP OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and developed by rlodpleetof of Klrnrllle Pbysloloyor on thi Anatomy anti Its re no rubbin- goaurxlaloperatlonanlclaim king super lures OiteopatbyTlewiman aa machine of so man artalta When all Iliru- are properly adjusted and not overworked hcalt the Some 0 Ibs dlseaws treated l y ui Nerrou- rotlratlon Headaches Neuralgia Hheumatlim- itarrh Weak Granulated Lids Goitr- eIeartIiver and Lung Dlaaw Constipation PIleeOal181oall1Enhrced 1rmtiate all btom th lI euea of Hones and J tots SptnatCurvtture JlIl1ocatloal8t1IfJolau 01 Urlne LocomolorAtax la temal Diseases I peda tr Consultatlot Free incoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- accessor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Compan and under same management contlnu ouily for 35 Years olioits Your Bank Account Doplnucb basins relations will Drove mntua ly benendal and plea DIR CTOnS J B Pattern J80wil Sr JN Menefe A W Carpenter W II Cummlni J E SUKbanki J F Cub J 11 Owilty- OFFICEltS S H J DOwdeyrlashier W JI Urlfrht Ant Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY tylttl Stock J5QOOO Surplus HOOOO This Initltutlon originally established u the De poelt Bank of Stanford In 1858 theo reorganized ai National Dank of Stanford In 186J and agait rganlied si the First National flank of Stanfon n ISS2 ill had practically an uninterrupted ezlit nee tor year It Is better supplied now will tllltles for traniactlng business promptly and I eranr than erer before In Its long and bonoiab career Accounts of ladhldaalllIduelarlet- and DIXICTOK- tHr ldUucolaC JW Hayden Stsnfoc S TUarrli 8 II Banghman J S Rocker TrlIl11 WJ Walton W A Tribbleto J U ColllerCrab Orchd Jai Robinson Hubble Elinor Stanford 1M orricias J S Maker President J J McRotert Caihler i James Fryes Great Carpst Sale HUSTONVILLE G3I will sell for the next few days ONLY the best quality of two ply all wool carpets at 50c a yard former price C5c to 75c Jute and at 25c worth 35c Finest quality cotton chain mailings Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at lOc worth 15c1 All new goqds and latest patterns Come at once if you want a carpet I cant Hand it longat a I am no millionaire Other merchants will tell you This Is t A Lie but you come and see foryoueelf JAil FaYE Hustonvlllo NEWS NOTES Five alleged train robbers were ar rested In Indian Territory after a figh with a posse Tbo Pan American Exposition at Buffalo Is pronounced a much grealo show than tho Worlds Fair A Cincinnati weather prophet pro dicta that wo are to have a heavy snowstorm before the close of May After an Investigation a Now York paper states that there are 3823 mil llonalrcs In tho United States Capt James Evans ono of the threi remaining members of the Confcdcrati cruiser Alabama died at Charleston Ala The guarantors of the Loutsvlllo mu slo festival lost 11 per cent this year which Is considerably less than last yearAt Huntsville Tenn Riley Lowe convicted of poisoning his nineyear old stepson was sentenced to bang ot Juno Mrs Potter Palmer may be an In spector of streets and alloys in the Chi sago ward represented by her son al aldermanJohn Bowmar former postmaster at Buffalo this State has been brough back from Idaho to answer a charge of embezzlement George lodge of Montgomery county attempted suicide by drinking laud anum because of fearful charges trade by his daughter Last year the appropriation for rural free delivery was 450000 this year It is 1750000 and for the year beginning July 1 it will be 3500000 Mrs Lyman J Gage wife of the sec retary of the treasury died at her reel dence in Washington from heart alTee lion caused by an attack of grip last winter king Edward has changed his bIrth- day from November 0 to May 24 thus continuing the holiday observed as Queen Victorias birthday This shows the mighty power of a king Mrs Nannie E Million filed suit for 15000 at Lexington against her lather inlaw Ira Million Sbo claims that the atTectlona of her husband Leo Million were alienated by his parents Thirtyfive years ago tbo buffalo ex isted on the prairies of the United States by the million A few months ago a buffalo census was taken and revealed that only 1021 now exist Of bis number 684 are in captivity and HO In a wild state Everett Conway of Hvansvlllc Ind while evidently Insane shot and killed Mr and Mrs C W Garrison next door neighbors perhaps fatally shot a policeman who sought to arrest him wounded several bystanders killed iomoof his neighbors cows and final ly hemmed in killed himself Stato College catalogue shows 014 students enrolled A fisherman at Frankfort caught an infant on l3 trotllne As the result of a quarrel over a gamo of craps Will Edgo shot and killed Will Rankin at Winchester The handsome homo of T B Wana maker at Moadowbrook Pa wa struck by lightning and burned Lbss 1500000 E C Hathaway of Lexington has been chosen general manager of the United Hallways and Light Companies of America Fire at New Castlo destroyed the Hosklus Hotel the Henry County Local Gale Kclleya grocery and Odd Follows Hall Last Christmas Hiram Scott shot at a tin can at Madlsonvllto and the ball striking it glanced and killed Ada Graham Saturday ho woe tried for the killing and given seven years A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICKLY CURED ClAt one Unto I suffered from a severe sprin of the ankle says Geo E Cary editor of the Guide Washington Ya After using several well recommended medicines without success I tried chain l rIsins Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily fol lowed This remedy has also been used in my family for frost bitten feet with the best results I cheerfully recom mend Its use to all who may need a first class linlnunt Sold by Craig dr Hock er Druggists Mrs McKinley after apparently al most reaching the ond revived and Is fast improving though her physicians name a week orlO days as the shortest possible time In which she can gather strength to mako tbu trip across the continent p e HOWS THIS We rtine Hundred Dollars Reward fur any care of Catarrh that cannot bt cured by Halls Ca tarrh CureF J CiitMtv 1 Co Puns Totals 0 We tbl uadlnlned bar known J Chancy potbellyhonorabledally able to carry out any obligations made Ly their linn- WrfTt TRAM Wholnil Drunlit Tolelo n J1tlllChuToledoHalls Catarrh Cure It taken Internally artlnt directly upon the blood and tnufout carfare of tile system hire TV per bottle Sold by all drug tins send for Intlmimlals tree Halls Katully Pills are the tree HeC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call KE REAM SODA I Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG Write To TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT Of OF LEXINGTON KY Awl get a sample certificate of their new issue r or call on J fil ebon local agent at Interior Journal Ollice Stanford- A G MORGAN Secy No3 W Short St FREE 5 FREE Dont fall to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take notice that for every cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant whose name appears in this ad entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWh- ich thoy will accept for C cents on overt CASH 1UKCHASK OP ONE DOL LAR And take special notice that tbo Merchants who bolong to this Asso ciation are most wide awake and keep tho best stocks of goods and their prlees are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WAITOX Proprietor FINK PHINTINO Severance Sons Dry Gooda Notions Shoes Pennys Drug Store Drugs and Chemicals V v Vithers Furniture Carpets c t Higgins McKinney Groceries Hardware and Implement II McRoberts Gents Furnisher Miss Annie Phillips llilliner R K L Simms Coal Dealer William Hamilton Jeweler i We have one of tho largest and heat selected atocks of Vehicles I r Ever brought to Central Kentucky and IIro prepared to show you Carriages Umrjilei Hond Wagons Carts oxcuptionally low figures e o carry an excellent line of t Farming Implements Including Farm Wagon Tooth and Dlio Hnrrows IMowH Rollers mcln fact everything In the line tiled on the limn We nave our own Rubber Tire Plant and can replace your old f Rubber TiresMu- chcheaper than yOU can tend to tho city aim have It done and also save you freight charges Call when you art in town Bruce Bright Danville 0 ccooooooooc oo S OS o occ clooooopc ooc 0 1 NEW FIRM I Io G p Having toll a half interest in my buggy and Implement buslneti to pp Mr A M lcncethe new buslnCM will bo conducted under j- n tho Ann name of i GfRSOJl FEJlGE 0We will keop in stock at all times a handsome line ot Q- i r Buggies Carriages Harness o at Also Farming Implcmentl In IIIMltlon we wll handle all kind of Jgrain Corn Oats Hay etc Hoplnjt you will favor the newit firm with your patronage 1 remain Rrapt Yourn o o W A CARSONU o ccoooooo oo ooooc co 0 oooooo ooo a f Shirts 4 Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters W E PERKINS l Crab Orchard Ky Stop and Read This Carefully I 4 A Gigantic Record Slaughter Olerance Sale Is gnlnn on at the Raaket Store Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with icoodt the paoplu at IJnooln and surrounding counties will now have tho chance to buy soot Goods at Low Prices I Such as Dry Goods Notions Clothing Roots and Shoes lists andf Lndles and Dent Furnishings cut to hull price Come while three Brestlbargains last Watch for our circulars The Racket Store Stanford J Ky 1Jacob Qinsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Rank r j The IYW tJtJ i SbS Oan supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also IaintersSuppllee at LOWEST PRICES Sometriing New I IT WILL MAKE II HARD WORKEASY After nrfood deal of persuasion I decided to try tho Popular Wa her and can truthfully say It the greatest invention made Tim price at first seemed high but after n Inut cue vinced It is very blue K J BROWN tr FOR SALE JJYJ GEO H FARRIS F COI New Goods New Firm And Every Day is BarRiiln Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres Andyou have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will 1 ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call nndlee us W W SAUNDERS 1COf Phone 88 110 West Main Street itn vt r