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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NAY 3ml1901 9 A M NO 28 1 Clarence Coleman Takes Pen in Hand Again 1HA LouLU0Nspril91DeariNT- LRbtdtt After a protruded absence of mUny months Iwill again drop n few line to tho I J Thle t I believe l the Oret I havo written tills now con i turn Whin I last wrote tho insurreu tlOn was In full blast but at the pros ent I am glad to eay U dead In fact the former robot leaders are now tumb ling over each other to get Into tho band wagon Too surrender of Frlos Goronlmo Proton the capture of Agulnaldo and a host of others have had quite a salu tary elTcct on tho warring Inclined fUIJ and It teem to bo only n short time when the ootlro Archipelago hat taken tho oath of alleglanea to tho Inlted States and Issued a manifesto to layr1Ican sovereignty In doing this Ag gie says he Is but voicing the wishes t and desires of the great majority of his lately misguided people There is ab solutely no fighting going on at pros rat worthy of mention and It tho wily Insurrocios continue coming In ea they have been In tho put two months there will soon not bo an armed guru t throughout the length and breadth of the Philippine Archipelago Civil government Is being established throughout the Islands much to the joy and exultation of the people who only a short time ego were In opec ro bellion against tbo United States It will only bu a short time until tho civ t II will supplant the military probably by July 1st Tbo military will then bear tbo same relation to the civil as r does In tbo United State Tbo volunteer will all soon bo ofT the islands They may begin to depart June 10 and in another month tbo en tire volunteer army will bu either mu tore out or en route homo for muster out The volunteers did rood work much more than the regulars have done The volunteers raised under tho 1call of June 30 ISO J were organized to truth tbo Filipino Insurrection an- d1this they have done though It took many a weary hike through rice padaies jungles and mountain to do It The 41st Infantry Is now being re lieved by the 3rd Infantry 6th Cavalry and Mac bobao Scouts PArt of the regiments have already been relieved and a detachment of the 3d Infantry Is expected at Dacotor tomorrow Sid to relieve Cos D and K list Tbo regi ment will be on tbo Lunlla In alanll- in three days and may sail as early a the lit of May In no event will It bo later than tho 10th or 15th Not on of tbo il volunteer regiments return home with n letter record than tho Hit Its true we havent icon tho fighting that the majority of the other regiments have Tho till has ihor ougnly pacified tho largo province of Pampngau with but llltlo bloodshed Co K has been garrisoning D color for 14 months with only two engage menu In which our company was en gaged and I am satUllcd that we woul- t 1never have fired u shot had ll not been for the military prison which wo f UblUhed at this place There an about 300 Insurrecto prisoners confine- here Visitors will bo allowed In on Sunday It Is now known that the plot d was made up In the prison hotwoon pruoners and visitors On tho evening of January 23d 27 prisoners were n t work on the roads In an out of the WRY barrio of tho town under throe guards The prisoners worn lined up at four oclock to bo brought In when In loss I time than ono could turn around 21 o tho prisoners made a break for the Nlpa swamps and bamboo jungles to Ifurd barrio Talba Throe of tbo prl soners simultaneously attacked tho guards with their picks and shovels Strange to say none of tho guards wore seriously hurt Ono of the three at tacklngprlsonerii was shot dead whit tho other two col away At tho same time the prisoners mado the break about 100 armed gurus who were bid In tho swamps and jungles opened up a heavy tire at tho three Americans at k from 300 to 600 yards The Americans took cover behind some old stono foun dations and managed to hold their ground until Companies nand K war- o on the scone Every available ma was out and In action in two minute- In halt an hour dntuuhmonts wore out from tho various garrisons In a radlu- r of 20 miles The tight lasted unt darts when the gurus escaped In tho darkness That night about 12 the opened up again In barrio Concepclon 1Sixprisoners wore killed also several of the Insurgents wcro killed and many wounded Several bolos sumo guns i and a bamboo cannon captured with several prisoners All of the military prisoners are now accounted for but nlnp Alejandrlno was the leader of the Rebel forces Co K had two men i wounded The writer witnessed the execution at San Fernandoof Ensoblo Rojas March Rojas was adjutant to Gon r Alejandrino lie was hung for bury t lag natives allvo simply because they t were friendly to the Americans Fully 1000 people witnessed tho execution of which 3000 were natives Well will have to bring my letter to a close us tho mall wagon Is now duo The gallant 4lsl will bu riding tho waves of tbo Paul flu bound fur Am er ica and loved ones when these lines roach tho reader CbAHBNCB COLKMAN LAND STOCK CIi0P8ETC W A Trlbblo old to S Morgan 30 a0 pound liege at fi IS G M Glvens told 10 U S Lytlo a harness gelding for 8130 Robert Hutchison bought In Garrard a small lot of bolfers at 3o At Cincinnati Wednesday dry fed lroo pound softie sold ul 640 J H Ruieoll of Adair sold to Col lins t Durham fat hogs at 6 35 The good stallion Oh So changed hands ul Chicago at the low price of 91600aL C King bought at Lancaster yes terday Wane mule of F U Ledford for 8106 Sllgall Urns delivered yesterday to K P Wood 04 lamb that averaged 70 pound aiftjo POle SALK Good yearling mule two good milk cows 12 shoats and six half ore Mark Ilardln POll SAIB Two Polled Angus bulls ready for service Good ones J W Baugbman Stanford Vo arc in tho lamb market and will pay the highest price See us bolero you toll Lutes b Co 6t Sixtytwo yearlings from the Me Graihlanu Stud near Lexington sold In New York for 821770- U F Roblncon of Garrard bought of various parties for Juno and July delivery 200 lambs at LceJ D Paxton bae bought of William Burtons heirs flip farm of 82J serer on the Knob Lick pike al tUO Joseph Httuor paid 3000 for a yearling by Imp Pirate of Ponsance dam Cicely at a New York horse sale Chief of Police Joe Pub of Coving ton bought of Baker Gentry of Fay otic tbo thoroughbred Uleda for 81 260G A Morgan of Rookcastlo bad a mare to foal u joule colt the other day that measured throe fet and 01 inches sigh M J Harris has sold to Messrs Gil hart and Lucas of Leo county Xa a farm of 105 sores In the Km End for about 15000IAt the solo of Shorthorn cattle held Esqsan average of f 102 purchasesd for 8145 and a torrel gelding from Cof tae Bros for 8106 D N Prowltt of Boyle shipped to Cincinnati Wednesday 270 lambs be boughl In that county at Sic They averaged 72 pounds II C Jones of Rockcasile la a role er of big hogs Ho sold a ham iho odJ K Craig ono of Rockcastloe thrifty farmers put 200 pounds on four LtadS Morgan bought of J B Foster bogs for Juno 15 delivery irt Co of L L Duty 35 of soma HI coma and of J H McAllstor 45 for August delivery at Go t A VERY KEMAlflCABLK KIJMKDY It is with a good lush of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamber IHIIJH Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item odysoya druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Conn A lady customer see lug the remedy exposed for sale on ut show case said lo mo I really believe that medicine saved my life the past Hum user while at the shore and she became t o enthusiastic over its merits that I nt once made up my mind to recommend it In tho future Recently a gentleman came Into my store to overcome with colic pains that ho sank at once to tho tloor I gave him a dose of this remcd which hopped him I repented tho dos o and in fifteen minutes he left my tor smilingly informing mo that ho felt n well anevor Sold by Craig it Hooker Druggists y rightsa not States tIn the lono star Commonwealth the 1wife owns a third of everything and in case of a divorce calls for an oven dl cayn consent What most people want is smaethin mild and chile when In need of a phys ic Cliamburlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in oiled Fo Bale by Craig A Hockor Druggists A Negro for tbo oulrago and murder of a white woman tbo day before was taken from jail and burned at tho scene of his crime In a swamp soar Bartow Fla bydropGublu KINGSVILLE Tbo W C T U matte once a week at the ball Since that comprehensive teller headed Klngsvlllo appeared In lue8i days LJ wo can find very little to Write about Como over again Mr1 Walton Dr Wen of Danville tailed to till tbOJaCbllttlanlohurch Mrs R J Brooklnrldgo Mr and tbljilIe8tlldaughter of Mr and Mrs E N Crelgh ton has been at the polnl of death but has about recovered Owing to the critical Illness of bur little niece your correspondent was on ad home from Somerset lust week but will attain shortly to complotn a very pleasant ViII it to the family of Mr T V Farrell nd will go thence to Burnsldu to be como the of Mrs J N Boland tiDrthe guest or his brothers W L and J M McCarty A M Helm of near Danville arrived Monday to practice his profession dentistry Our cloacai produce man Mrs L G Morchcad has taken leave of our clip but will return in about three or four weeks Manfred Cbevolelte and Steph on Reynolds are back from Oklahoma They were delighted with the country but homo attachments proved too strong for them to remain away for any length of time Joseph Carson of near McKinney Is the guest of relatives here Miss Gertrude Pennybackcr Is with her sister Mr D P DInecn at Somersei Miss Mary Thompson of Woodstock was tho guest of her broth r Dr C M Thompson and J W Thompson MATRIMONIAL- A Southern Presbyterian Synod will be organized lu the city of Mexico In July Leslie Downton formerly of Dan ville was married at St Louis to Mlfs Bc alo Gibson I John J Warren aged 20 and Miss Bello Thomas 21 were married at Garland Singletons by that gentleman Tuesday Both live in tbo Waynesburg section William B Powell and Nancy W Glvons a stylish and JerIforsoolIIeaya the Courier Journal Herbert McLean aged 18 and Miss Bertlo Doboney li both of Columbia eloped to Tennessee and wore married The young mans family strongly ob jected which resulted In the elopement- I D Goode a clever farmer of the Turnersvlllc section was married Wed nesday afternoon to Miss Mary Lack ey daughter of Mr M C Lackey of Perry vlilo Tho marriage occurred at Mr W 0 Speeds and Rev J W Ha gut performed the cere Miss Nannie Heath mooIteaching at Waco at that placo and her prominent young gentleman of that town which was announced for June 0 has been postponed until September Richmond Pantograph Miss Heath Is a slater of Mrs A II Severance ot this place HUBBLE Mrs S B Alexander has been very sick for some days D N Prewiu received a lot of lambs of Rankin and Eubanks alCic- B W Glvens bougbl a pair of work mules of Fox L Logan for 9225 thye n at 3 oclock Bro Robinson gave us a fine sermon Sunday afternoon on Do Good lath or Than bo So Good Master Polllt Alexander is not so well as ho has been R L Wblto has gone to Memphis for a tow days hastto near IIsa are to see again from Hamilton College looking so well After much suffering Aunt Martha Ann Hubble departed this lire Sunday morning from the effects of stomach trouble She had passed her 74th mllo atone in the journey of life and I feel the greatest tribute that can be paid to any one I can to her in saying that I have known her as a mother for 14 years and never beard her speak a whatga be said of everybody dry and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Balm For alo by Craig A locker Druggists Julia Trabue colored was found guilty of murder In tbo Jefferson count criminal court and sentenced to death UFA j w IIAOIV The above is a fairly good likeness of one of iho brightest young preachers in the State Ho Is pastor of the Chris an church here the largest and wealthiest congregation in the county and ho Is tilling the important position satisfactorily to his members and cred- Itably to himself Mr Hagin was born n Shelby county In 1S75 and life par ents Mr and Mrs S G Hagln still reside there He was educated at Ken tucky University Lexington where he went to prepare himself for a lawyer but changed his mind and entered tbo Blblo College of that Inslllutlon There are few men of brighter promise than Mr Bugle and his friends hope to see him at the top of the ladder of fame ore moot years have passed Mr Hagln became a full fiedged Knlgbliof Pythias last eight and If be loco not visit hlsitlock during the next few days the brethren can charge it to the lodges goal which worked overtone on him LANCASTER Look out for a regular base ball park 110 the suburbs of our city Several of our Maccabees expect to attend the picnic at Waynesburg on June 29th The Knights of the Maccabees andt Knights of Pythias will unite In sect ration ceremonies on June 10th The cases of the auditors agent against our books claiming back taxes were passed by Judge Burnsldo unlll Juno7tb reprcIseotedCapt K Wi Ltllard If the people doui get the news of the day It Is their faultElder A R Moore will begin a se ilea of revival services at the Chrbnlan church next Sunday Everybody Is In vited to attend and take part in the on ly cause that is worth the attention of mankind Mr J M McRobcrts of your city says that u big Irost cut dOIo corn knee high on June ISM but he never saw seasonIWith a view to look out for the best Interests of Lancaster and Garrard county and to prepare to entertain the Louisville Commercial Club which will likely visit the principal cities of iho State our commercial club met at tho city ball on Wednesday night and elected tbo following ofllcers to servo for the ensuing rear after their names bad been presented by a committee composed of Senator Geo T Farris Maj It Klnnalrd and J M Logan H T Logan president J W Elmore vice president John M Farra secre tart W O mane treasurer Capt Louis Landram J E Stormes K F Postle W O Rlgouy and J M Logan directors Former Vice President J C Thompson who presided over the meeting vacated the chair and the new officers took their seats after appropri preleotIThe time for meeting hereafter will bo on the first Tuesday night In each month At the noxumecllng the pres ident will nppolnlan cntertatnmeniand press committee It was ordered that the president and secretary extend a forma Invitation to the Louisville club lo visit our city Our hospitality was tested last week and if they come the fulled calf will be killed and the es sence of grapes and corn will flow free ly Our resources Bro rich and varied and we wean to have better railroad fa cilities and everything that a consist ant spirit of enterprise can suggest IJEWAHE OF A COUGH A tough is not n disease but a symptom Consumption nnd bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases luve for iheir first indication a porblitent cough and if properly treated hs soon as this cough appears are oasllcured Chamberlains Cough Kemcdy has prov en wonderfully successful and gained its wide reputation and wonderful sale by its success In curing tho diseases which ItICraig Ilocker II Ji = j iJDo You Want a Spring Suit You Want a Straw Hat JDo You Want Light Weight Un iJ derwear Do You Want a Patr of Good 5f Shoos Do You Want Anything a Man 1jorltJ Boy Wears J lI i J i rii 4r LJJIT PAYS TO TRADE A- TITHE J GLOBECleaning Pressing and Repairing Mj satisfiedttillYour money back If yourenot fit MILLER KIRSCH DanvilleSuc- cessors to J L Frohman k Co i o E Shoes Shoesrf t Lt r +t Of almost every description Brogans with solid inner sole JlOO better grades for SlOO and 1200as solid R as IRON a iat F s r or Mens Genuine Vii i 1 i9PatentAmerican Stock tJOO Patent Calf imported stock 15 Ideal Patent Kid J Booths Stock S5 00 There can be Vi no better goods gotten than these last fj two items no matter what price you pay Terms cash y i r tj i H J McROBERTS a1r lj i iyw oJ tu NtMI fjff7i G I i w BOYLE NICHOLS 0 L COVER NICHOLS DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a eulppedforOUR REPAIRIAciDEPABrMENrIs well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering c Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurialLincolnCountyRtilDitRfN = tINiN iNN A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY e I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsIthatI will duplicate any prices offered e tINpNN NNtHrt Buyour Tiger line of Farm Implement and you willmake no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters TigerjDisciCulti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNE Stanford r L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TilE refusal of the supremo court to grant the petition for a writ of cetlora rl ID the case of C E Lackey of Mid dlesboro settles the caso In that reo tlemans favor Ho was convicted In Judge Evans court of paying erroes to stay away from an election but tho- U S court of appeals reversed tho- verdict and now the supreme court clinches the question by rofuslnj to reopen the case It Is claimed that the offense If It be one is against the State and not the Federal governm The decision la important in its ti ppl cation to other cases whore jurisdiction over State elections has been claimed by Federal courts Under the section which Is attacked as contrary to tbe constitution TilE question of newspaper suprem acy and excellence between the Lex- Ington Herald and Democrat Is to be settled by a base ball game next Monday afternoon at 3 oclock the proceeds to be donated to the fund to hoop tbe Y M C A erect a building Tbe game is creating great interest and promises to be one of the most memo rable on record A couple of gentle men who do not know a bat from tbe centre field are to umpire the game and theywill doubtless do so according to rules of their own The INTERIOR JOURNAL has placed its money on the Democrat and is feeling good on Its prospects of raking in the cash MR BRYAN thinks that the resign tlons of tha Senators from South Carolina was the only course open to them as gentlemen and will prove beneficial to the State which now has no voice In 1 the Senate since the vote of one Senator kills that of the other The vote will show whether the plutocratic Idea is making any headway In the Soutb and whether the dollar is rearded above the man The pros peel is tbnt Tillrnan will be triumphantly reelect ed and that McLaurln la too weak vessel to head a new party in the Soul if such a party was possible TilE Anderson News which for 11 years has been under the editorial on trol of J M Birdwhlstell with Harry Buckley as business manager has passed into the hands ot Owen Hawkli who Is described as an intelligent and energetic man The gentlemen who 4retire giving pressure of other bus ness as their reason have made a ood 1 paper of the News and their brethren of the press to whom they have always been courteous bid them goodb with regret A DOOM has been started by friends 1 of Senator Fairbanks of Indiana who think be Is of presidential timber but it will burst long before the republl y cans nominate a candidate for pres dent Your Uncle Mark Is very well pleased with McKinley thank you and as long as he ia good and does who Hanna tells him the rest of the boys stand no show and they might as well kill the presidential beet that are buz zing In their bonnets COL TOM Perm who was the populist candidate for governor In 1895 has announced his candidacy for mayor of Owensboro subject to the action of the democracy He saw the error of hit way several years ago and returned to the fold of his first love The Meesen trer champions him and that is a mighty good sign that be Is O K TilE Louisville Post should be made to quit lying In big type It prints al the head of Its editorial columns a democratic newspaper when every body knows it Is the worst aseasslna tlon republican organ In the country Dick Knott and democracy are too un like to even be thought of together THE News la now a yearling and a gaily one It Is Editor E W Llllard Is making it an excellent paper and It is gratifying to know that the people of his section appreciate him and arriving the News llbera support IT Is said that Gov Deokhara has de tided to appoint Judge J D Black to the vacancy which will occur in the judgeship of the 27 h district July 1 hv the resignation of Judge TInsley He couldnt have found a better man POLITICAL The Brownies of Warren county are trying to fuse with republicans in coun ty racesA has boon established at Grape Letcher county with Arnltt Mitchell postmaster The resignation of Judge J H Tins ley as judge of the Clay circuit court la In the hands of Gov Beckham It Is settled that the governing board of Manila Is to consist of an army olllcer a Filipino and an American civ luau President McKinley Is much grati fied at the action of the Cuban consti i tutional convention in accepting the Platt amendment A jury In the U S Court at Indians apolis decided that it Is not a violation of law to open a jackpot in a poker game with a counterfeit coin The decision of the supreme court was a disappointment to the Porto Wean merchants who bad hoped for free trade with the United States After u journey of 0075 miles and an absence of 32 days the president and party reached Washington yesleri Mrs McKinley la Improving fast By a vote of 15 to 14 the Cuban conI stttutlonal convention has accepted tbe Platt amendment adopting the major Ity report of the Halations Committee The Harrison county republican com mltlcc by a vote of 15 to 4 Indorsed George Llobertb of Newport for In tcrnal revenue collector ot the Oth dli trlct The Hon Gus W Richardson hils been declared the democratic noml for the State Senate in the district composed of thIS counties of Meado Brecklnrldgo and Hancock there be- Ing no opposition In the party The democratic convention at MODtl cello made the following nomlnalU Judge W R Cress attorney Ed lSanders county clerk A Falrcbl sheriff Van Beck jailer T H Lair assessor J Gobel surveyor J J Shearer coroner Morrison school 6U perlntendent Frank Shearer- A novel plan for choosing a Laurel county candidate for circuit judge has been proposed by W L Brown of London There are three candidates for Judge Tinsleys bench which w be vacated by his resignation to tak effect about July 1 The three aspirants are W R Ramsey H C 1er sole and Mr Brown Acting on the Idea that three candidates from Laurel county would split the strength of the county Mr Brown has written a letter to each of the other candidates sugge log that each select a man from each magisterial district in the county and hen let the 18 men thus chosen decide rho shall represent Laurel in the race If the plan Is adopted the winning can Ildate is to receive the active support of his fellows MT VERNON The stone quarries and mill at Lan ford are making extensive shipment James I White of this place is do- InJ a nice business with his stone yard recently established In Lancaster- A coach load of Knights of Pythl came down from Plttaburg Sunday and decorated the grave of James M Fr zerThis place will send a good delcg tlon to witness the ceremonies In lay- inl the corner stone of the new Maeo Ic Temple Louisville which take place on Jun 24lb The poles for the telephone line from ondon to Barbourvllle have been set wires are being strung and next week the latter place will be In communication with Central Kentucky Tbo locating engineers of the South ern have reached Walnut Grove Pu- Ilaskl county from Stanford They will ntinue to Rockuasile river where they will meet the Jelllco corps Tbe depot grounds have been selected on be farm of John Riddle at Walnut OrooMIss Ellen Butner of Wildlc Is vii Itln the family of W F McClary James White Jr has taken a job with- the telephone company at Lancaster James Leavoll of Garrard passed thro- here horseback Wednesday Judge McClure ia much improved W T- Short was in Danville Thursday Mrs SusaD Henderson Is visiting relatives at Parksvllle We understand a largi number of Indictments were returned atalnBt alleged crap shooters M Miller Jr is In from tho C S where be has been telegraphing for years Mose is a mighty good boy In the circuit court Wm Preston was glvenono year on the charge of burlary at Livingston Richard Sow der was convicted of making false affidavit In connection with E IC Wil- sons application for new trial Sow- der stated that ho bad heard Juryman David Hyslngor express an opinion before Wilsons trial He was given one- year It bjbellevcd be will be given ncv trial Many think he Is not morally guilty while possibly ho might be hnlcally so Ho Is a bard workingman with a large family and they have the sympathy of the people Sowder- and Hyalngcr are brothers in law Ed Short and Lloyd Maret left yesterday for Lancaster repairing telephone lines on their way Mrs Hurd sWltaloell adlslocaied wrist from a fall Wednesday cLutber Mullins 19 and- MIFs Mae Sowder 10 were married at the residence of Dr Ewera Saturday evcnln All the republican candidates and a part of Jackson were hero this- week handshaking and pow wowing IWllIls GrllHn bas been suggested by the leading republicans as a candidate forcounty judge Senator- Clark of Jackson was hero to dolend- Bill Cunningham who killed Younll- Ash last fall The case was continued till next court Nato Welch Berea J W Hagan Dr Cooper and W H- MouDce Livingston and J B Ebcr loin of London were hero Monday to- assist In tho work of Royal Arch degrees While In Lexington last week the writer met Joshua Borelng Jr Ora Frith Rockcastle boys who are attending a business college They are making splendid progress John- Mulllnil was in town lbe Sons of Confederate Veterans- elected Judge R B Haughton of St- Loulll commander Inchief IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W T Dicken ux county judge of Clinton Is dead The lbhet omen at KImble Huuell county has been changed to Rue ell Springs Juju Webb was acquitted at LondoD of the charge of killing Child Hull In Clay county- Miss Ellle Danny of Wayne count got the honors of a class of 23 Irad uatei at hamlltonCoilege- Central University defeated C4Dtre College seven to five in u game of boll at Danville Tuesday afternoon The board of equalization rats ed lands In Marion 10 par cent and did not change the assessment of Rusai The court of appeals afllrraed tbe decision of the Garrurd clroult court In the case of Mullins v the cIty of Lan casterDr Harry Phillips has closed out- most of his stock and will quit the whisky business the first of July Danville News The United States supreme court roo fused to grant a writ of certiorari In the case of the government against O E Lackey of Mlddlesboro The case of Mlllard Phllpotchnrg with killing Deputy Sheriff Davids Claywas continued by the Common Iin until the October term A dispatch from Lancaster says Ado autTerlng from hydrophobia bit Jra Wm Brown Wm Spratt and bls sister aged five The latter was hor- rIbly bitten The canine escaped Tho victims reside at Lowell A London dispatch says Judge Tit ay corrected a statement he made to tbe grand jury that he was Informed hat the sheriff of the county went to Mtlsburg and got drunk with the rowd lie intended to say that It was a deputy sheriff who was guilty of 8uch onductand not tho sheriff Sherl Lee McUargue Is one of the most mo nl young men In the county and V88 ever known to drink William P Green and Daniel Wer cale of Plnevllle were sentenced to tVo years In the Nashville penlicnilar and fined 8100 each by Judge Evans Tbev Swore before the Federal graDd jury that they bad seen one Matihe Wilson engaged In operating an illlc Ullllery When the case came to trial tbey swore that they had never feeD Wilson making moonshine whisky aDd- so were promptly Indicted by the Iand jury on the charge of perjury When the court at London adjourned for dinner Wednesday Sam Kush an attorney for Jule Webb who ia now on- trial in that court for the killing of Cbad Hall In Clay was accosted by the Hall brothers and friends for the statement bo made as to what be could proe for his client Webb Several pistols were drawn on both sides but frlendil Interceded and stopped any further trouble When court reconvened Judge Tinaley Issued orders to- the sheriff to search everybody In the room or give them time to get out and disarm themselves and no further trouble Is expected Jack Watkins was given two years for killing Sam Gaines at East Bernstadt- CHURCH MATTERS At a Baptist revival at Rome Ga jj- people joined the church Barbourvllle is to have a 30000 Dap- tlst College Work was commenced on the building last week The Presbyterian General Assembly adopted the majority report In favor of revision of the confession of faith The assemhly will meet next year In New YorkThe general assembly of the United Presbyterian Church adopted the report of the judiciary committee exclud ID members of secret societies from admission to the church At the Christian church Sunday morning the anniversary sermon will be preached by Rev H A Sumrall In the evening Rev Haglng subject- will be The Young Mans Christ Tbe comreliieo which met at Lextng tOD decided to communicate with the Northern Synod to formulate n plan to- unite the interests of both branches in l utucky looking toward endowing Sayre College at Lexington with 1 000000Paslor G W Perryman writes from Paducah We have just closed a reat meeting at East Baptist church I slsied Pastor Duncan part of the- time and the results have been a great awaken log In the church and some 40 or more conversions most of whom- havo been received for baptism and number were received by letter also- Daptlst Recorder Drink and the gang drinks with you swear oil and you go It alone for tbo bar room bum who drinks your rum has a querulous thirst of bla own Feast and your friends are many fast Dnd- tbey cut you dead thoyll not get mad U ou treat them bad so Idng as their stomacbs are fed Steal If you get a a11l101l for then you can furnish ball Its Ii great big thief who gets out 00- leave while the little one goes to jail Advertise and the dollars will come quit and they fall to arrive for how are men wbo have money to spend go- Ing to know you arc still alive The strike of machinists in the shops or tbe Southern railway was Inaulu- rnted yesterday the men at Knoxville lrmlngbam Atlanta going out- Jim Have was acquitted at Spring tleld for the murder of Bishop ri Do You Know That you can buy Good Goods at the The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out SalerFOR SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR And that wagon loads leave their store everyday Do not wait until it is too late 11101111111111111 House Furnishings Our big line of Carpets to close out at lOc to 4901 r yard Matting that other stores charge 85o and 40c per yard we are closing out at 10c and 23c per yard 10 pieces miming lye quality to close out at lOc b dozen paper window shades with fixtures to close out at lOc each 10 dozen linen window shades We quality to close out at 26c- CO pair lace curtains I quality to close out at G9o a pair 5 dozen counterpanes Marsaillos pat terns worth 110 dose out at 5lc 5 dozen sheets 81x00 76c quality to close out at 40c 10 pieces damask table linen R5o quay ity in close out at 23o per yrlICorsets 10 dozen summer oorwls 60u quality to close out at 23o 6 dozen H t corsets worth 75c to close out at 4Hc A lot of black corsets to close out at We on the fl lisp Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor j STANFORD Kv Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call JUMBO I will make the season with my tine act Jumbo Will servo mare or Jennet at flO to Insure a living colt HEROH- ero U a line mule jerk Will lUTe mares at JS to Insure u living colt DeBoo My line young Jack DeDoe will serve tow mares tree of charge Seasons due when mares are sold or panic with Pasture for Jenneial2 per month I will not be responsible for iccldent houl any occurB B KING Morolnnd GALTON 12910 Standard end regUtfrrd SlrKt by Oaintwtl Wilkes 219 i sine of UulotlU 2at Ixttle Lorlc 2M htltt 20fii and 97 other in the ZiO lilt- Flnt t1II Mrtd grandam of Alice Wllk 217 and Aleatu 2Ig by KnHtld Hire of In 2iand the dims o150In23orletter Second dart Kentucky Anew Jr lire of J q 217 Lemonste227andothersandduusof2lr the list Third duo by old Joe lire of Ihe dam ot J Q 2l7Vj lamb tta Wllkn toOl and dub In hate Win the i50 list tattoo carries the blood oUur Imllng fimllln Wilkes llambltto ilsti Mambrlno Chief and Serlcya America Star lie la a great show hors aa has been tested In the show tinge Ills rolls are fut and one with great action and are commanding the lug test irkta They have bren shown two rare In sue esIon at the HmtniiTlllo nuj Danrllle fair and have won the Urgent premium for harness rlawv net all others One of bit wits won a 874 seep take and a SW premium and another lout tin treat Jane Carter that J Crenihair pall Jloui for and also brat the geldingthat C C Carpenter told for In the ha prorei I grratcroMon aaddleiuarnaiheKlTci them fin ih action lIn Come and see his cotta cl- ure breeding Will land at my miles west of llimonrllle on llradlordivllle pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt WIo1 1011 HnitonTllIf Ky DIGNITY DARE DK iurriox Foaled IS93 IS hands SU inches tlgh lea Iba mahogany bay will black rolou a model lu bat wonderfu Ilyle oftester Dare laintly Which the world acknowledges as superior to AI a show bone he baa already mule a reputation Inning In bla clan aol awi jMtake from a year tag many blue ties In his three jcirolj betook 13 Bluo Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kfotuck In harness bets Terr ylUh with great acllontInd II quite speedy both 10 harness and We hellfire the pub Lois ow BtrjrdeJ au op ortunlty to hrcuro the rvlce of the coming atalllon of the day a young rice within reach o a class or ool- twhn natured that will sell readily on our Uaiuru larket at fancy pries ejve him to fully apt re tlat him rciiuimKSlred by the fainou Cheater farl- Nolu SI IL U hey black Squirrel M be bflIIack Eagle it he by King Wlltlim 07 be by tou lteonsark 61 he hytalrS lleninatk and he by Race horse Denmark F S by I1t1 lledgeford lit Dun Jule by Welchmunt No 8 1U he by William Welch ail b it sdiks lIaIonln Welchnsonta Jot dam Iauline by Alinout 2d darn by Ulallah Messenger 3rd by trills Venuont dm Thoroughbred Will make the season of at Jawn Mere Itoek Kann 2U suites West of HuttonTtlle Ky- on Jlradfordsvllle A llu tonillle pike At 16 tolnauro Living Colt fares traded or parted with soil onry Iwcomea due at time of such transaction Iolarea from a distance kept a Ji per month iras g hill must removal of iiiarca lard Intruite willreceive my personal atlenton but ant not responsible for accidents or acs le COCARPENTtit 111111111111111114 Miscellaneous 25 dozen ladles hose 15o and 25c quality to close out at Oc n pair 15 dozen ladles black hose 10eIluall ty to close out at 5c a pair One lot ladles kid gloves 5150 duality to clow out nt COc Ono lot of ladles kid gloros il quality to close out at 400 3 spools good sewing thread for lOo- lOOaJ yards lousier cotton yard wide to close out nt 4c per yard 3 papers good pins for 8c 300 doten pearl buttons worth 10 anti 15 jnsr dozen to go at Re COO yards fancy garter webbing worth lOo to close sl8c per yard Boys Clothing 160 boys all wool suits worth from U to fO to close out at 109 to 349 Lot of bola knee pants 50c aqil il quality to close out at 2S to 40o 75 pairs boys summer weight knee pants to close out nl Dc a pair 100 pairs buys ihgcs latest style worth I2 and J3 to close out ai OSo and II 26- lloysitraw fats worth We now go for me W L J H NEw llrucoi Old Stand Depot Stanford and stylish Turnout Ititca Sicl attention traveling salesmen hones sold Single feeds Joe Hay 200 llltcbe No bitches days loud attention given stock len our stable 1bone N 1111111111111111 Mens Clothing 200 menf stilts worth from 10 to now to close out nl from 640to flO Why pay 125 or 80 fur your aunt men molt when we can you for GOc on the dollar and give you a nice fit Our stock of clothing U Immense and we guarantee to you 1nowftO down mrnt skirts latest ilgnarthe amo shirt you pay 7fto and II for at other stores we nON sell out at 40o 75 doxeii ment gumuiur untler hlitiiOe r quality to close out it 9Kc One lot f Mens black ami tin ox 16oatul 36c quality to close out at tcI100 il0on lairs mens blue and gray mlxetl ottten sox lOe quality to closeout at 6a- largo stock of mens lint to clove out atfOc on SI 60 dozen cocas linen collars lOe and I5o to close out at ac- Cummins MeClary STANFORD KENTUCKY r Clothing Hats Furnishings Shoes 0 Queen DouglasI SHOES Agents Royal Tailors 1 No NeedtTo i to the city to buy f Furniture By Wholesale or Retail I For W W Withers Stanfora 1 Has a that will please all See his uptodate line and get his prices 1 WARD CO Livery Feed And Sale Stable St New reasonable l to bought and on commission on puMIc all at f fl8f furnish please the quality Go stock McKinney Roller Mills r J B McKlNNEY Prop MoKinnoy RY Make and o 1belt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv MAY 31 1001 ITltY the Judge Tuft cigar for a Brooke at 1cnnya Drug Store beed1Drull Store PERSONALS JC McCXAHY pent tovcrul In Harrod burir- Mlt A W CAltlFXTKK ipcnt sever al days In Winchester K S ALiiltiuliT of Ml Vernon was hero a short while Tuesday t JrtHiKToTTKX of Luncaiitor li Vii Itlotr his ion Mr J L Tottup- CHAULUS II Wmuirr Is learning photography under Mlm Saoruy- Mu AND flue WM HiSHit of Ot tonholm aro vlalilng In Indiana Mils W II DlLUOs of Livingston IB with her motbur In tills county WALTBK Crims hftl returned to his position with the L ft N at Nashvlllo Miss MAn SAUNDHKS Is back from a protracted volt to relative In Loulv vlllcMlt W T SHOUT now deputy col lector was bore from Mt Vernon yes terday 1lilt M P KLKIN took Archlo Klttln to Cincinnati to sec an JULIA ORAIO DUNN of Marion AlaI with her litter Mr J E Bruce Mu Ko STAGe of Iluitonvlllo Is attending the Confederate reunion a 1Mompb VIUIAM MOKHLANU of Lox is with her dauubtor Mrs W I Mil W S McGUUtn Look Wednesdays train for Hookcuslla and Jack ton counties t Mil Josmii JAM MS of Paris Texas Is a guest at Mr James F Uoldams a Crab Orchard Du AND MKS ncitDHTT iUnsKV of t Garrard vUltotl their daughter Mrs John Hrkht Jr MISSus JKVNIK AND NAN NBWLANU went to Harrodsburjf to see Mle Kya Dalley graduate MiBS JO3R1MIINK llAVUHN of Win chester b with her grandmother Mrst Permolla Drown MIBHK9 GnOltniA AND 1RIlI NBW HUliN of llustonvlllo arc vUlllni ret ativts In Memphis Miss KUNA PowitLt of Huston vlllc has boon the truest of Miss Lllllo Dale Grant Lancaitor Record Missus NHLIIR AND WIUTLYKMUU PHY epent several days with Miss An ale Ivan Orient In Danville Miss LILLIAN BUCHANAN who has been tick a long time was hero yester day apparently much Improved MIt AND MRS W C McAFBB o DnUlmorc aro vliltloir her mother Mrs Alice Luck at Huitonvllto Mil GKOrtOEGlliliONS and wife o nicevlllc Tenn spent several days with Mr and Mr Ed Wilkinson MRS K H KITCHIB and Mice Jen ale Hltobtc of Mineral Springs Tex 1aro guest at Mr J N Mcnefce JULIA UuelltlS and daughter Miss Myrtle Hughes wont to Livings 1 ton Wednesday to spend a few days MUS C A SlKIUKL of Sholbyvlllc Ind Is visiting hoe parents Dr and Mrs W M Doores at Crab Orchard T D CAUTEU son of Mlt J M Cater r Sr of the West End has gone to Downs to make fame and fortune WK Bro sorrv to learn of tho serious linens of our old friend Mr J J Thompson of the Preachcrsvlllo sec t tion graduayat Centre College next has t tho subject of his teeny Universal Law IIIIt to sco him J Mils R W OATTS and Mus Mart Hardln of Monlhollo returned wit Mr and Mrs Mark Hardln nod arc their guesU RON J MOnT KOTHWBLL tho ere while lawyer and politician of Gar rard hue rented land near Walnut Flat and Is now a tiller of tho soil MISS ANOIB CAHIBNTEK of flua will arrlvo Wednesday to vie Lyman Quo of tho graduatoR of College BoJrbon News 4tonvlile A O AND W G BUUTON left for their homes at Ander Peck Kansas Joe P Burton to Montgomery Ala Mit AND Mus JESSE P KIFKB ofn I llustonvlllo wero hero Wednesday re turning from Lancaster whore they had been to sec Mrs John B mite who U 1GEOIKIB1 r B SAUFLEY passed a crcdl table examination In tho Hockcastlo circuit court thli week and was grant ed licence by Judge T Z Morrow to practice law He was examined by Messrs C C and R G Williams Dins ALICE NEWLAND and MUs I t Grace Tudor of Crab Orchard woro hero shopping yesterday They told us that tho strawberry and ice cream sup per given for the benefit of tbo Cbrls tlan church at that placo on Wednes day evening was a success In every par titular and that a snug sum was real tied j Bua FINISH at Craig L lockers j wr J LOCALS NEW things In neck wear at Cum mine C McClarys NEW lot of Ladles Mlssesand Chit drops Kid Gloves Just In J P Jones TODAY Is tho moat for filing suits for tho Juno term of circuit court which gin Monday week Go TO Junes for your commencement gloves They tit them perfectly and sell an extra good glove for tl Volt SALEORoR nilrHeeldonco of five rooms on DanvUla Avcnuo Six acres of land Splendid locution H H elm AltM BUOKBN Ethel Owene little son of Mr and Mrs Ed Owens of Gar rard had one of his arms broken by fulling from a horse TillKVKS played havoc with William Dodds meat house near llustonvlllo the other night hardly leaving enough for it good mea- lP1NFDNuputeo Berry was fined 15 in Judge J P Baileys court for cruelty to animals which consisted In his driving a horse to death TUB residence of A K Singleton at Wayneeburg was burned Sunday night Tho lots was about 11000 with 1500 Insurance In the Former Homo Co of Junction City HoiiKUT IETUEY tried at Crab Orchard for breaking tow tho house of a German named Faber was acquitted A boy named Green tried for breach antd TUB JlO IOlloeetln inthe tent in the court housti yard are sllll going oo with small crowd In the afternoon and a tent full at night There have boon nine professions Tbo meeting will likely close Sunday night att rab Orohard the oldest couplo In this section of Lao State one been separated Mr Foloy Is 87 year old and his wife the mention of whose death appears elsewhere was S2 Tney had been mar- rIed ORycnreaDKCOUATION day was observed at Crab Orchard yesterday when old sol here and others gathered tbero and plated llower on their friends and comrades grays The Crab Oroba band made good music and hero w asking galore To LOUISVILLE An excursion from Stanford lo Louisville will bo run on Sunday JunoIJOth at the low faro of f 150 for the roundtrip A specie coach will bo on for white people urther u r f particulars sec Will at his livery stable In Maxvllle ftfr young moa glue ihelr hops In the Shaker ownedt by Is lo be on a larger and more exclusive scale than over before Twelvo Stales will be represented eq IN a suit fur 85000 against the South orn railroad at Uarrd bur Wednes day Mr Sam Forsytbo was given a verdict for 81000 A train struck Mr Forsythes lurnout In which ho was driving through town Injuring him considerably and killing n fine hors P W C Boll and Robert Harding roprc seated the plaintiff Mu W P WALTON of this place has been chosen one of the umpires for tan great game of boas ball to bo play ed at Lexington Monday between tbo toocross of the Morning Democrat and noridge Is Lao other umpire Mr Walton now burning midnight oil sudylng the rules of the gums TuEAdvocatuprlptetslasnakoetord dent killed a good sized black snake Ntttiles body ho cut the snako In two at delightttho pursuit of happiness FIRM CHANGE John Bright J has bought of W C Shanks ale stock of groceries hardware Ac and tho Invoicing la going on this morning Mr Shanks will dovoto his ontlro at tontlon to his farm whllo Mr Bright will at onco replenish tho stock and offer the best goods at tho lowest prices He tins had considerable experience as merchant le u good business m and should do wel- lIbIEYDIre Andrew clay died at her homo near Crab Orchard Monday after a protracted Illness of a comp cation of troubles and was buried Tues day afternoon after services by Kid J W Shepherd She was 82 years old and Leila huehanlabout 87 Mrs Fo toy was the mother of Mrs Gcorgo Do Bord of this place who was too to attend iho burial Her other children are Mesdamc Jaracs Hulchlson Ap Dllllon andwr Harvo Foley Tao wore few U say bolter women than Mrs Foloy and thn news of her death will carry sadness to many hearts Years ago she selected a spot on ti little farm near Crab Orchard and ea she wanted to bo burled there and her xvlsbcs were carried out FitKSH candles and cakes at W C Shanks Go lo Craig it Hockoru try perfect fitting spectacles LOT now roouldlnga for picture frames Bcaxloy Hays patentVlelNew mountscarbon finish pictures and everything now Vise Sa cray inhurryJ ones + RBMKMiiHtt that our terms are cash Low rash prices on feed of all kinds J H Buughman A Co It H100IN8 k McKlNNBY have a riding cultivator that is attracting attention Ask about It Call and sea It mCRAIG JACIOIAN one of tbo boot old colored manly the county is at the point of death of a complication of troubles TUB sale of Mr William Burtons personalty will occur next Saturday See ad which shows that much good took will be sold SFlTL lpeocI3Atahony of the Continental Insurance Co has set tied In full with John A Hart home pear Klngsvllle burned In a few days after ho dodo application for In luranco THERE may hero been colder soap lo May but tale generation has hardly seep one us lone continued as the pre ent Tho mercury has not been mac abovo 60 for a week and this morning It Is still cold and gloomy TUB U B F and S M T lodges Junction City have had blue prlnte- at this ofllce tolling of a grand picnic to be given in Coxs woods near thet place July 4 Ed Gaines an oxpcrlcix ed picnic roan U one of the managers byIrest us put In a full days work In tb- fternoon e the colored patriots marched out to the cemetery and placed flower- no tho graves of their departed friends IN a trleadhere George Citynsays was no q excuse for the report which coma here several weeks ago that a number of his bands had been killed by cattle thieves The country bo care is mor ally as good as Kentucky generally and much hotter than some sections of our meState THRIVES entered George L Pennys residence through a front window last night and stole his handsome d watch a solid gold Knights Tempi charm and 82 or S3 In money H pockets were ruled but his pock book containing valuable papers as Lao combination to his safe was loon on the porch where the scamps had loft tatter taking out the money T watch was an open taco one of t Duhme make and the charm born ibis Inscription A R Penny Ryan Cora mandry No 17 DAnvlllo Ho will glvo 825 for the return of the wale and charm Mr J M McRobcrts residence we also burglarized and a silver watch a n a small amount of money stolen MISSES CARPENTER L STAGGS ENTERTAINMENT Doubtless a more successful or mot Interesting entertainment was never given at Hustonvlllo than that present ed on Tuesday evening at Alcorns Opera House Tho room was quite fill cdwith an elegant Intelligent and nil Inttye dotonquartettes wero t o Wedat sedstorms c a ihu singers and compelled an encore trhe cfllclency and tireless energy of Dfi Carpenter in her chosen Hold of work and was much enjoyed by all lovers of music The readings by Miss Angle Carpenter were highly artistic a manifested remarkable versatile elocutionary powers In the perfect Imperso nation of a child and tho very accept anblo rendering of Aux Italions The songs and choruses by tho children wore truly aiiMay festival the licei ones nil dressed In spotless white pre settling u scene of Innocencepurlty and perfect beauty Tho little drama which Mr C W Adams and Miss Katherine Alcorn wore the leading characters being well supported Misses Powell Carpenter and Mr E bert Harper was ono of unusual lute sat characterized by rapid movemo amid muny complications arising from mistakes Identities and unfortunate misunderstandings which resulted In dropopular novel An artistic and beauti lulclosototheoveoingaontorwlnmeconsisted eat a Dream Victory and Defeat An noIdd and praise of all who enjoyed the fruits of their labors J W H 60000 GOOD brick for sale Also bandlo the best grades of coal Call on me T L Shelton RowlandIt THIS AND THAT Terry McGovorn knocks out Aurella IIerrera at San Francisco In five rounds Irish potatoes havo Rono up to 82 25 a barrel at Louisville the highest price In yearsDr II Hobson of Richmond win begin the publication of The Courier at Irvine June 5 A Washington juage has granted an junction agulnot the playing of crc attar It i M Tbo Chinese government has Issued a decree agreeing to pay on idemnity of 450000000 coals 1537000000 Nelson Hatfield a prominent Bed lord IndclLlzeo aired 00 shot bis wife through the heart and committed suicide GO TOF KRUGER Mt Vernon ctnl todeDr7Everything towhoaPosted a permitnyone uledtaElixir ITLLMAXX SALE OF STOCK ETC AindrolnUtrator of William Burton I will on 1901hpiketxgfnnhgling mules 2 Korea 3 cows with young calve I yearling steer I yearling heifer 3 hogs 10 shunts l 2hor o wagon mowing binderdboard hou ehold and kitchen furniture Ac Terns made known on din of solo GEO IIUUTOX Admr All porsoni hnvlng claims against the 19 ICRveIm Ito M IICHTOjf MULES FOR SALE I have eight mutts 5 to 8 years old from martsaLHIAII DUNK Ilustonvllle Ky NOTICEI hare taken the agency for tho Singer Sewing Much tie Company find will call on daysheyIn sewing machines 110 CrutchlleH NOTICE Hluogrn seed stripped on shares or strlprSummer Boarders I have rooted private property opposite Christian Church Crab Orchard y and afterarIII4t albs I10WMAN SMITH atCrabOrchard Ky dTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We hereby state that the DI Plow sold by thho superior to the cradle W G cowAS J 8 OOODE S M OWENS t1Public Sale I IIwill sell at public auction on Saturday Juno 1st 1901 At 3 p tn one of the must desirable homes In Lincoln county ono mile from Stanford on llustonvlllo plkr containing M acres and S poles Land Is mostly In grass and has oover tailing water In every pasture two outomadknowntlcular cell on or address W THANK McKIXNEV Stanford NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSKS 4 SJH Pms JUNCTION CITY KY =lr hatesFlecialGrain and Hay For Sale OGDENSBURG8787 Record 2SS trial 22S by Mambrlno e6IIttchen will make the present on ut my farm at SIO to Insure a Living Colt plntyadvantagedWill also stand it tine Jack at Is to losers roubreedStanford Ky The Fine Mule sad Jennet Ja- ckBlack CloudWill nuke the season of at Ilonnr pale 8 miles rolll llanYUle on the lIaoylIJe aal Stantonl dueInretained on roll until season Is paid lie U a black sek with white polouJne years old lea bymulapbreeding jacks In the country eatIliT lirsll SHSRIFFS SALE FOR TAXES MondayScourthouse door tho following property to pay the taxes on It case ORCHARD WO Hutchlns houso and lot 300 John Stono heIrs 100 acres IIUSTONVILU3 AJ Iluxtoa house urlot SCO S M OWENS Sheriff WeOfferAl Tan Shoes AT ACTUAL COST If you want a trirtly high bF drrs y shoe i pleasing to the eye nnil the foul ASK FOR HANAN A SONS MAKE If you want the beat medium priced shoe cllmi JOHN P JONES Stanford Ir SeasonableGoods 1 m of Ii All Kinds oAoCLawns Tissues Hosieryr Gloves Dimities Ribbons ti Laces Ties Corsets f Umbrellay Strap Slippers Etc Etc Etc I Severance SonsIJ iim iiim We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I Ever brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show you lylowFarming Implements RollersEtcWe have our own Rubber Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber Tires Much cheaper than you can send to the city and Lave it done and also save you freight charges Call when you are in town Bruce Bright Danville See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford rIffiStIBlKr1LKl lSO e o 0000 ISeteive tho most careful attention and fire Filled With TUB Best Material The Lowest OA9II Prices CRMCS HCKIIQO lTHE INTKhlORJODRNAL psabyShsaTu Smty ssti Frtc1VII- 1PER YEAR CASH s When not lopaidSSOO will tocaarged Enttred n the pottojflce at Stanford at EMndefnv miUer- ER DILLEHAY DANVILLE XY Manufacturer o- fBRICKL t And healer In Lime Cement a o It Write For Prices PUCEDentist Stanford Ky StOmoov McBolxrta UiiUJlnt Drug Store In the Owiley I fR A JONES DENTISTStanford J Ky Office over llig ins A McKlnncys Store Telephone No 48 JUST LIKE A MILL 1 have opened a branch lu the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I Will bo glad to glvo you flour meal bran shlpstutr c for your wheat and corp GIve 83 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to the of No2 wheat Our Is ground on the oldfasllor 48 Inch burrs It Is my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will me a liberal share of your patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale prices The flour and K meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MORRIS FRED II Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange FRUITTBROSMORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery i Dr BC GOLDSTEIN tOptiC Specialist of 814 4th Ave Louisville Ky will be lu Stanford Monday June 10th t To remain a tea day only Consultation and Examination FREE BEAZLEY Fs HAYST- TNDEBTAEEBS sloe IX Furniture BIatUuj sRujB And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ MCGbMY T1NDEPiJ AltER Manufacturer and Dealear In CIStanford SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to sell rar saw mill or will trodo It for stock or will move It to a body or timber and siwtf It If party wishes O W SISOLETOS Crab Orchard FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK norse and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at Ml times W Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster r Kentnck Newly furnished clean beds tsplon lablo Everything firstclass Porten meet all trains SO Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair YOllr buggy carriage or wagon Inflrstclnsssty Experienced men to do It rind work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Iy Farmers Roller Mills SrANFORDEY- MORRIS FRED PnoritiETon tieI desire to announce public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish tbo best o- fFlour Mel Ship tuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a ihare of your patronage promising to give you thn very best results me nut bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Jrs SlavinS PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Vlll be In DanTllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will lx In Stanford Tueatayi Thursday and Saturday Office In the 1ennlngton BulMlngStanfordJ lice boun 9 to UAlj I to r i- sOSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KlrtiTllle Mo depends on the rlnclpletof Anatomy and 1hyilology for lu rlulu It requires no fall h no drug no rubbing toiurglaloperations anll dalm bing sups ttural Osteopatby views man as a machine of to man xru lu l adjustment When all pan- reproperlyadjutedandnot overworked bealt II the result Some of the dlseawi treated us Krrroc ottntlon Headaches Neuralgia Ilbruniatlin Catarrb1Wealt Granulated Lids Goltn Llnr Lung DUrase Constipation Pllet Enlarged Tnntiateai Stool acb and Intestinal troubles Diseases of Bones aa Mnts SplualCunaturtDblocatlonsStU2 Joints or Max a Female Diseases a specialty ConiulUtlo Free Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock f100000 SUCCHlOr to Tbe Farmers Bank Trust Com paD and under saws management contlnu only for 35 Years Solicits Your Bank Account aping such business relations will prove mutua j beotnclal and ple- aDIR7ORS J B Paxton JS Uwsler S- rJN Menefre A Carpenterlv nl J E LynnS thank J F Cub J B bwdty OFFICERS S II I DOwsleytaabler Ant Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY ipltlStock 350000 Swphu 110009 This Institution originally established as tb posit Bank nf Stanford In 1853 then reorganized ai tbNational hank ofStanlord in IBM anl1aial- leorgnbN as the First National Rank of Stanfon n 1882has had practically an uninterrupted exit ocelor dl years It li better supplied now wit 1ae1l1Uu for transacting business promptly and I rallthan orer before lu tta long and honotab career Accounts of Individuals BluclirUs and Individual solicited DimcTom Flteld Lincoln C JW HsyclenStanfui S TlIarrllII 8 H Baughman J SlIockerII TP Hil- lVI Walton W A Trlbble J II Collier Grab OrchM Jas Robinson hobble DElmore Stanford or plc SJ rocker President J J McRoberts Casblir James Fryes Grent Carppt Sale HUSTONVILLE rtJ will sell for the next few days ONLY the best quality of two ply al wool carpets at SOc a yard former price 05c to 76c Jute andwool at 25c worth 85c Finest quality cotton chain mattings Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at lOc worth15c All new goods andiitest patterns Come at once if you want a carpet I cant stand It longat a liino 1 am no millionaire Other merchants will tell you This Is A Lie but yOU come and see for yourself JAB FaYE Hmtonvilie l NEWS NOTES Dryg carried LaGrango by 34 aDd Oldhatn county by 375 votes T A Bowling was butted to death by a vicious ram near Uodgonvlllo Chicagos liquor bill per year amounts to 972 per capita for the entire populationAn her was struck In the vi chilly of Jamestown Tenn near tbe KuDtucky line Tho United States supreme court adjourned allowing the remaining insu lar cases to go over Caleb Powers attorneys tiled anoth er petition in the court of appeals tend loc to delay tho case- In a shooting affray at Medicine Bow Wyo a cowboy killed one man and mortally woundedanother The Mechanic Banking Company branch at Bradncr 0 was robbed of 10000 by five men who escaped Col James G Miner who was an ai slstant secretary of the Confederate Navy died In poverty at Milford 0 At Manila Commissary Sergeant lion ry Wilson was sentenced to thre years Imprisonment for stealing sup plies An oil well that throws a eixincl stream fully 100 feet In the air has been struck on Middle Bass Island In Lake Erie- Survivors of the Maine disaster and families of victims filed claims with the Spanish claims commission ug regat ing 8270000 Mary Jones colored was found dead Monday In her cabin near Frankfort and an acqalntanco said she had drank a quart of coal oil Tbo State Insurance Commissioner will ask that a receiver be appointed for the Enterprise Fire Insurance Com any of Lexington The court of appeals reversed tho ease of Jim Greer given a llfo sentence at Denton for the murder of John Thomas an aged Negro An explosion of gas resulted In the death of 21 miners at the Rtchland mine of the Dayton Coal and Iron Com pany near Dayton Tenn The Cincinnati Southern Is the only road In the Stato to file complaint against the franchise tax assessed by the board of valuation and assessment M H Bright an ox Confederate veteran of North Carolina foil from a train at Raleigh and was killed Ho was on his way to the reunion at Memphis At Birmingham Mrs George Lloyd lad her skull fractured in a peculiar way A peafowl dislodged a brick In a chimney near which she was walking and It fell on her head The Luurlne a freight boat was wrecked by an explosion at Booncvllle 1o and two of her crew killed Three or four residences and the ferry boat near by were also wrecked Mies Aggie Long aged 14 shot her- seU to death In the Methodist church at Sycamore Ind She left a note con lining names of her pall bearers and tbe clothes she wanted to be burled In Dill Campbell a Negro who killed a deputy sheriff was lynched at Pond Creek Okla En route to the place of xecutlon ha sang Nearer My God To Tbee and other hymns His last words were Im going homo to glo yes Land la selling at 923000 an acre In tho Beaumont Texas oil Held It has bcen fully decided to robull the JelTereon Hotel at Richmond Va land plans are now being prepared by the architects- A Orat class telephone connection ox Ists between London and Paris Tho cost of a three minutee conversation Is eight hillings- Howltt Greene who tail March WI8 appointed secretary of the United States legation at Guatemala died In Louisville lie had never been able to leave for his post The Confederate Veterans by a ma- Jority of 217 decided to meet next yens In Dallas Tex With the vote of Tex as left out Louisville was the choice of the convention by a majority of 71 Gen John B Gordon was rcclcctci commander Tho olllccrs of Perry county nn hunting for Miss Mary Conloy aged 18 years a strikingly handsome young woman who has been caught operatlni a ful ficdged moonshine still In her kitchen Thoy closed In upon her Saturday night but Mio jumped from a window snd escaped In the darkness Tho court of appeals handed down lID opinion declaring the tax compromloi made by tho nlllnlal of LouUvllli with the Lnulavlllo City Railway Co to be void and rcmandlnir the tax case to the Jefferson Chancery court to bo tried on Its merits The court holds that Statn and municipal executive au thorltlcs do not possess the power to inter Into such an agreement The trial of tho suit of Mr Jo ephlno A Woodbury of Bontonclalm ng8ir OOOndamagP8 from Mrs Nary Dakar G Eddy of Concord N II oundcr of tbo Christian Scientist sect for libel la on at Boston The snit la in the gronnda that tho plaintiff had In mind Mrs Woodbury when she used ho words In an address tbo doom of labvlonUh woman referred to In tho look of Rnvelatlons Is befog fulfilled iiows Tins We nffT On Hundrwl Italian Itowanl fr any cat of Catarrh that cannot us curd by Halls tanb Cure K J CIIKSKT A Vine Toledo O W the und rslgntd haw known F J Cheney- or this last IS teas and IlM him perfectly onnrsM In all buslnns Mnxdloni and Sumo Wlvahletocarry out any obligations mad br- Ihlr Sum VMT Tetrx Whnlroln Dmnrltt Tolflo O ViMlnii Eton A Martin Wholesale Druggist Toll Ilalla Catarrh Cure Is taken Inlrrnaltr acting Irrctlr upon the Wool mad mixnin nrtim of the amen iviro Sc per Imlll Sold by all drug u Sand for iMllwoolals Ire tail Family rills are the best MARION SQUIRREL Msnon Squirrel U bands high hrary bode sad one very heavy mane and tall solid black with out one white balr goes ill the gall with high lyle and plenty of action and Is sound and a molel In every point and particular lib lint colts hare reached meturitrand are snowing hat they ire finest soundest and bnt boric on ie market bringing the highest price of any miblneJ bones on eirth 1rniimitr MsrlcmSiulrrrl was strut by old hick tu1 M he by Illark Eagle be by Ing William 57 At mult S iulirrli lint data Collie was by browns IIIl1hlaoolerd dam byMf onalds Illchlander ha by Hunts highlander arlon t ulrrel 1st dam br Urn MounUla toleJ aaddle horse24 data by Hughes Edwin oralNoraBlack Squirrel Is the sire of more noted ddle hnrea than any other horse In the world lueb1 Illxbland Denmark now tlmndlog at 110 a ason Chester relaodllllCt at IU Iw Sulrrel iand JaiuM la tbe owner of Illgbland Pea rrrtmooelaor of his get that he ba eter seen ad that we IhOllid stand hint at a price equaling his brothers according to the low price that others an1rei In this county we will stand him In reach of everybuly at the extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt oneydue when colt Is foaled or mar parted wltb Mares traded or removed train bis county forrelt the Insurance and the money Is due uk Is Per mars owners to call and see htm lore breeding Marion Squirrel will make this Ifloon at our liable In Stanford J Ro E II BKAZIGY IE REAM SODA I Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUG STORE French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud Rook of America also In Ilcpubllquc- KrancaUe linens Natlonaux No ISwia Winner of Ort at the National Universal Exposition Paris t80y and In IS09 com poling with over stallions Imported by II Tlchener V Co Chicago In 1S93 Color buy with small star black points IBS hands high weighs In working order 1321 pounds foaled April 2f 18U8 by Iomclnnil of Commune of Hubursvlllo department of Lamorchl got by tho Government stallion Frause dum Chartnantl bj LoUard second dam by lie volution QUASI will make tlm present season of 1001 at my farm 2S miles from Stanford dli Hustonflllo pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR 5f5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares kept on at SOc per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or uscap- usDorscy Goddust 12052 Full Brothel to Estello 219j Sired by Xllradl Oolddust 4400 by Oolddust by Vermont Morgan dam by Kllcadl an Imported Arabian stallion Dorsoy Oolddusts dam Is Florence bv Golden Mlngo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horses known Doraoy Golddust a dark bay full IS hands high and weigh 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness stud saddle rind are In demand at top prices Will make tho present season at my farm near Stanford at 310 to Insure a colt Will also stand a good mulejack at ST F REED Stanford Ky WjLL PjPE PAIbOr The feoplo of Stanford and LincMn County are cordially invited to call and examine tilt handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from tho hcapest to the most expensive made Wo have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will pelllonallYluend each job at the lowest possible price liu also have u Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Ec A Li GIBBONS Danville lller Wlrd Deutch Gespochen J GUANZIIVr Clerk FREE 5 FREE i Dont fail to ask fur the Con ulller and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPT 2 r Customers take notice that for every cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant whoso name appears in this ad entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWhich they will accept for 6 cents on every CASH PUItCilASK OF ONE DOL LAR And take special notice that the Merchants who trolling tathi ABSO elation are tho most wide awake and tcep the bust stocks goods and their prices are the lowest INTGIUOH JOURNAL C WALTON Proprietor FINK IIMNTIX- OScvcrnncc it Sons Dry Goods Notions Hhors Pennys Drug Store Drugs and Chemicals V Withurs Furnituro Cnrpetsiti- Hig ina it lcKinncGroclJrio8 Hnnlmire and Implements- II J Molloborta Gents Furnisher Miss Annio Phillips Milliner K K L Sinlnlsi Cool Denltr William Ilamillon Jewelr J A Allen it CoItllnhcrr I THE 1 atona1 Weekly Investment Co INCORPORATED Presents a progressive 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 GO TO W B McRoberts i Druggist For Wall Paper White LeadiLinseed Oil Ready Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains S Special Prices On Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next Thirty days 11 1aE PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky e e Big Shoe Sale Going On At Racket Store The greatest bargains will he orteJcd in Mens Lndion and CliiUlrcnV Shoos ever beard of In tho State trf Kentucky Mona Satin Calf and Vici Kid Shoes worth 82 sale price 80c per pair Ladies Shoos worth from 8150 to 260 per pair sale price from 30c to 74c per pair Childrens Slioca from lc up Great Bargain In Clothing t Mens e5 Suits for 12 50 tans 110 Suits for Si OS fenlI f5 to f IS Suit fur f li 90 to is 70 Boys suits from 12 up Uliililreu a suits from 4lio up Gome quick while these great bargains last WI also pay highest cash price for produce ami junk The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Qinsburg 1rop Next Door to Lincnn National Hank Ccastcaa1gesWith Steel Ovens Arc rapidly hccomlnif more popular Try one and you will seo why it le Sathfac Lion Guaranteedr George H Farris Co New Goods New Firm tl I And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresh Andyou have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andece us W W SAUNDERS t NCO Phone 88 110 Westl Main Street 1