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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ar 1 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 21 1902 3PM NO 92 Ie NEWS NOTES S I AlbanySI snow Northern and Western wheat districts Plerpont Morgan le said to leading spirit In a 860000000 olMtrleal1- doalln England Charles Oiiskln colored was given murlderAndrew Carneplo says delighted to give t260000 for a publlo library In Louisville C K Molt a wealthy Grcenleaf Kansas farmer and bis niece were murdered by robber j Juoge Cantrlll declined for the pros cut to entertain a motion for ball In the case of Berry Howard I Fred Poacher a farmer at Oakwood Teen was burned to death In a flro which destroyed his residence A man arrested at Credo Col for swindling Is believed to bo Pat Crowe who kidnaped young Oudaby at Oma ha President Francis of the Louisiana S Purchase Exposition donlds that he said tbo groat fair will not be held be fore 1001 Jerome Way wboiwus struck with a chair by his brotberln law Joseph Dlaokwell at Carrolllon Is dead from his lajarlei A regular army soldier It Fort Caoby was sentenced to 10 years Imprison meet for threatening to assassinate President Roosevelt It Is estimated that 00 persons wero killed and 100 were Injured by the explosion of a boiler of a spinning mill near Manresa Spain Tbo total shipment of pig Iron steel and cut Iron pipe from tbo Tennessee and Alabama furnaces last year amounted to 1t5Oi1 toOl t Rev tract Suddutb of LongUalo Vaolalms that bo was sent to the asy lum on perjured testimony because be fought whisky and whisky men The heirs of Robert Stafford the Sea Island Cotton King have sued Andrew Carnegie and his sister for 12000000 the value of Cumberland Island A postal clerk In tbo posloflloa in Knoxvlllo Tenn was Injured by the explosion of a ptdkago having the ap pas ranco of an Infernal machine A well of fine lubricating oil having an estimated capacity of 53 barrels a day was brought In at a depth of S12 feet about 16 miles from Henderson At Coffee III the body of Miss Oar trudo Clifford was found In a buggy and with her Fred Dookman In a dying condition It was murder and sulolda According to present plans President Uoosevell wilt visit the Charleston Exposition on Wednesday Feb 12aooam ptaied by the members of his cabinet Two Negro women at Springfield have gone raving oraty since the lynching or Jim Mays last weak They Ira Bglsa they are being pursued by a mob A PllUburg syndlaate bas aoqtolrcd 11000 acres of eoal lands In the first pooVabout Ave miles from Plttsburg having paid 13000000 for the property A new transAtlantic steamship corn pioy expects by the use of turbine engines to ollp from 21 to 30 Hours from t tbo roeord time for irosilng the Atlan tie Dr Krause former governor of Johannesburg was sentenced In Lon don to two years Imprisonment for at tempting to Incite to murder In South Africa James H Gardner has been selected by tbo Kentucky State College to represent It at the intercollegiate declam story contest to bo bold at Winchester Jan 31- Tbrco t hundred traders on the floor cf the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce were Imprisoned by tho police while the health department vaccinated ev ery man Llout Gen Mlle has Issued orders for tbo movement of 0233 men to tbo Philippines to replace an equal number j of men who have wen long service In the Islands A firm of money lenders baa entered 1suit at Washington to recover 30000 loaned tbo second son of tho King of Korea who Is attending Roanoke Col loge In Virginia The Negro women of Boston have issued j an address to tbo women of the South protesting against tbo suppres sion of Undo Toms Cabin and against lynching Tho city authorities pf Loulivlllo ex tti poet to collect every coot of tbo 140 C2015 ot Stuart R Youngs shortage from the Maryland company which was OD his offlclat bond A sentiment favoring government ownership and control of the proposed Pacific cable was developed during the hearing of men Interested In tbe project before the house committee In a light near Tayloravllle Spencer county Thomas J owell shot and killed Nathan Bruner and son John Druncr and slightly wounded David Bruner another eon The trouble grew out of a dispute over a passway I J J h HUSTONVILLE j Popular Charles W Adams fearing some bill might be offered aalnst old bachelors rushed matters up and will be married to Mle1 Mattie Powell ta dayWill Neal of the Moroland section li spending a few days In Lexington Nlebolaivllle and vicinity Several of Stanfords beaux spent Sunday in our town Polo fjplmee colored was arrested Saturday night by Marshal Lair In the coal house of D M Llpps Co He failed to give bond and was placed In jail to await his examining trial Miss Mary Crawford Carpenter will bo married to Mr Allen Luko Burrls at 10 oclock 20to at tbo Christian church hero No formal Invitation Issued to tho community all friends be lag Invited The family of Winter W Wright Is still In a bad shape Mr Wright continues In a critical condition with typhoid fever Two of tbe family are now down and three have died within the put six or eight weeks While driving one of their nice horses ooo day last week Doc Drya and George D Weatberford had a close anil The horse struck tho axle with bis hind logs and began kicking striking Doe several times lie is now using a oane and carrying one band in a sling In consequence thereof The genial Von DorenHood repre sentative George A Dlnwlddio started out on his trip again after spending Sunday at hpmo F D Twldwell rep resenting Curry Grooory Co was In town Sunday and Monday Messrs Allen Durrls and M B Harper went to Lexington Tuesday to do some shop pingMrs V B Morse spent Saturday with Mrs J H Reid In Danville A D C Dlnwlddle Is assisting J Roy B Rose In the store during tbe absence of Messrs Weatherford and Myers Jas Rockefeller Fryo returned Saturday from a trip to Barbourvllle and vicini ty looking out for oil lands D J Newburo left lal Saturday for Nash vlllo to begin work fora nursery com panyJ U Weatherford who went to La tonla to visit ble family last week returned to business Monday W M Myer W W Lyoo and C T Bobon aro In Atlanta with four oar loads of mutes J S Goode returned Saturday having disposed of his load at One prices and reports good markets for good stoek Miss Esther Jones of Harrodnburg Is visiting tbo families of Mrs Rlla S Rose and Bud Vanarsdall By speolal request several gentlemen met at the Weatherford Hotel Sunday morning and organised a olub to make strenuous effort to detest the bill offered by Representative Doe Drown of UnloD county In the Legislature to promote the matrimonial business W wit Old bachelors over 35 years of age are to psy an annual tax of tlOO for every year they eejoy single blktsed nets After some deliberation Col J D Swaps was elected president Ceo D Weatherford treasurer and A B C Dlnwlddle end Doc Drye Iretaries W S Huffman Jones laugh man A J Adams George Crow and G A Dlnwlddlo were appointed a commit tee on resolutions Tbe same to pre pare and submit resolutions to organ ise at once in order to be ready to go to Frankfurt to defeat the bill when offered The druggists havo telegraph ed for a large and froth supply of hair dyes and restoratives to como at once So look out young ladles be prepared and dont fall to say oh this Is so sad don facesGlees cropped hair destitute of paint and the abandonment of tbe blanket aro the styles prescribed fa Indians by the commissioner of Indian affairs In an order just Issued the In dian Is also ordered to quit having wa dances ghost dances and feasts of snakes and dOlls The order applies to both sexes An attractive woman thrives on goad food and sunshine with plenty of oxer cliolntho open air Her form glows with health and her face blooms with beauty When troubled with a costive habit site takes a few doses of HKHUINE to cleanse her system of all Impurities Pr coM cents Pennys Drug Store i There la one country In tbo world where it Is considered a crime to smoke Abyssinia la the region and the law forbidding tobacco dates from tbo year 1012 it was at first merely Intended to prevent priests from amok log In the churches but It was taken too literally and nowadays even for eigners bavo to be careful not to bo seen smoking Praise the bridge that carries you over either a flood or cough BAIXAIIDS IIoUKiiouND SYRUP hoe brought so mnny over throat and lung troubles such as coughs colds bronchitis etc that its praises are sung everywhere Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store t = LAND STOCK CROPS ETCIC Vanoy sold to JC Lynn pound row at so- Lutes Co sold 26 yearlings at Dan vllle yesterday at 82 J D Dalton of Moeland bought a lot of shoats last week at fie G A Swlnobroad bought two workhorses for 101 at Danville yesterday The Democrat reports the sale of 60 barrel of corn In Mercer at 82 70 In the HeldFive fat 10 hand 7 to 8yearold mules for sale G J Cunningham Kllliburg Ky fit M J Forth iod 210 stock cattlo to Simon Well and others In Jessamine and Fayette at 4 to 5c a pound Advo Cato At Lexington Wlgglosworth Bros sold to the Jacobs Cordage Company of Cincinnati 400000 pounds of bemp for 120000I Fox Si Co of Danville have purchased of Wile Dunn tbqrace mare Dulla French 218 by Ashland Wilkes Mark Hardlo sold M cattle at Dan vllio yesterday lie got 81260 to 81G60 for oalvoaand 3fe for a lot of plain stuff Wm Oloyd bought In Adalr and Green counties M yearling and two yearold cattle at 120 to 133 They are good ones Icon Brothers of Pleasant Hill wore in town today and report the sale of two fancy horses at ifiOO pooh to Lox ington parties Advocate Al Hutcnlngs will not bo with J D Crelghton at Lexington the coming season but will handle a stable o horses on his own hookAdvocate J S Goode sold 27 two year old mules In Atlanta Friday at 05 Myers k Lyon sold 23 sugar mules there at 1125 and C T Bobon 18 of same at same Lutes Co tell us they have had a telephone put In and that If our pa Irons have cattle sheep or bogs for sale they will do well to call them up Marlon Stratum general foreman In the saw mill of J D Hughes Co at High Bridge shot and killed Lee Parker Parker was Intoxicated and Stratton killed him In solfdefontc John L Helm of Hardln countysol to Well Bros of Lexington ono carload of fine cattle averaging about I 400 pounds at Sic Lewis Walker sold 00 that averaged 1171 to Stone Patter son at I4 26 D C Allen of the West End is probably tho largest handler of ltv o stock In Lincoln county He bought and sold over 15000 cattle sheep and hogs last year anti the way bo has commenced tae new year he will break his own record In 1002 DANVHLB COURT Thero wero about JOG cattle on the panvllle marke yesterday and mot of them change hands M J Farms bought 81 fair to good vtarlmr cattle at 3 to 4to Some heifers sold at 3 to SJc and butcher stuff at 2 to 3c Very little was done In either the horse or mule market Crab Orchard If any farmer has a pair of far ceales for sale he can find a purchaser by applying to J 8 Damron on Lan caster street The lumber yard near the depot Is crowded with telephone poles and lum ber of all kinds It Is businesslike to see the number of teamsters with their wagons the o every day Ron Masters of Corbin filled tbo pulpit In thn Christian church Sunday morning and night preaching two moat excellent sermons to very atten UfO audiences Ho will preach again for this church the 2d Lords day In FebruaryWill of London made a visit parentsrDr and Mrs Pettus Mrs J Rlno heart aol children of Llvlngstonspent anrd daughter Mr and Mrs J H Steph one spent Sunday with frlnndi hero Mrs Mayme Stewart of Ross Is visit log her parents Mr and Mrs Coo W DeBord In their now country home Miss Annie Bronaugh has been on tbe sick list but Is reported better Wade Perkins left a few days since for an ex tended stay at Bcatlyvlllo Will Brooks Is making a brief visit to his old homo and friends hero Miss Sallie McWbor tcr Is at Mt Vernon for a short season Miss Bettle Hlgglns left Monday for a visit to friends In Somerset Miss Vlr glnla Worrel was a pleasant guest Saturday of Dr and Mrs Pettus Mr Charles Redd Jr Is suffering from severe attack of rheumatism Her sis ter Mrs Porter of Manchester with her J S Damron Is reporte better George Leo James Is quite II at the home of his sister Mrs James F Holdam Dr Doorcs Is convalescent from his recent attack of sickness coo tracted during bis visit to his daughter In Indiana For family use In numberless ways DALe LARDS SNOW LINIMENT Is a useful and valuable remedy Price 25 and 60 cints J Penny Drug Store ILANCASTER lecturo on Astronomy Friday afternoon to the graded school The fiscal court will be In session ono day this week when Judge Ford will assume his now duties Miss Lucy Scott who has been with her father at the Garrard Hotel loft a few days since for Texas John Dunn too 11yearold son of Mrs Opbella Dunn gave a party Friday ovunlng to a number of his young friends Miss Helen Thurmond has secured the school At Bryantsvlllo and will begin teaching the second Monday in FebruaryMr Myersof liustonvilla came over to bring his two nieces Misses Lou and Chloe Woodeoo and entered them In school The farmers of the Paint Lick sec lion report tbo wheat in a wore condi tion than at first supposed They fear an absoluto failure C W Young grandson of the veter an typesetter Capt White left for TexasFriday Ho Is taking a business course at a Dallas college The additions to the residences of Mrs Margaret Robinson and F K Ppatle aro about finished and add greatly to their appearance aueodloiCeotralwith his motbor Rev Leonldae Rob inson and wlfo are visiting In Carlisle Dr George W Jean who Is an assic tans surgeon In the war department and who stood second among 80 tot a competitive examination Is a nephew of cliyTbo to raise funds to repair the Christian church report about half the money raised The remodeling and genera renovating will cost about 3600 About Ii wore realized from the box supper given by the Christian Eodeav orers Friday evening Tbfs Is a flour tables society of almost 100 member of all denomloatlooIM Patterson are visiting Mrs Ernest Woods at Paint Lick Mrs Dorcas Walker Is with her daughter Mrs G D Robinson near Huslonvllla Mr McClelland Terrell has sold bis farm near Paint Lick to James and Ernest Woods for 10000 Mr Tor rels general decline In health caused him to decide to dispose of his property Sweeney Morgan bought 40 hogs at AIIlenhemp at 2 60 Saunders also sold eight bushels to E Walker at 12 W H Furr sold Cve hogs affil 76 Thero le an apple tree on a farm near Marksbury that Is a freak of nature and has been an object of curiosity for a number of years It has never had a bloom though It has been bearing for almost a decade and many have woo dered and commented on It The engagement Is announced of Miss Georgia McCampbell formerly a anmd cityrat tbe brides homo and the ceremoo will be pronounced by Eld E L Pow ell Though the eater of this grand old Commonwealth Is known to be In Oar rard county It Is not generally known that the exact centre Is said to be in Frank Bournes yard within about 2t miles of this city The State geologi cal surveyors accurately determined tbo locality and drovo a stake In D1 Bournes yard within a few foot of his house to mark the polo A GOOD RECOMMENDATION hI have noticed that the salo on haml bcrhlns romach and Liver almost Invariably those who have once used them says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What bettor recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for It when again In need of such a remedy T Try them when you feel dull after eating when you have a badtante In your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you ar certain to bo delighted with the promp relief which they afford For sale b Craig A Hocker druggists W P Walton hoe bought the Lex legion Dally Democrat and will prob ably make an afterpoon paper of it thaacrab LWIB100d Vai lIufferedIIains Pain Balm and it gave mo entire failr gists S aiCell Rhodes hue obtained contras amounting to several million jounds sterling to supply the British troops In South Africa with fresh meats e WALTONS OPERA HOUSE- WEDNESDAY JAN 22c1i GORTONS MINSTRELS TILL WHITE j Presenting Entirely New Costly and UptoDate Features 1 Wclby Pearl Gorton L Lee Hank Goodman Elliott Bros Borella Bros Gene Elliott- J M Lyons L 20 Others The Great Crescent City Quintette ComcdyrrlnYCsty THE SENATOR JUDGE American Novelty Dancing Quartette MatcHless Street Parade TWO BAND- CONCERTS WatcH Walt see 8f i 1 0 I r m Ej i Oh What a Chance I tAll 150 Manhattan and 1 Stiff Bosom 1mFountain Shirts mJ lyoun CHOICE 5CENTS EACH I IIIItfTHE GLOBEls J Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing IYourmoney back It you re not satisfied r flllLLER HIRSCH Danville rPl v n rrT l TV TV Ve 1 IJ m HftTSit 11- t Complete stock of all the newest receivedystssss All Sizes Shapes and Shades dSTETSONS s11APES 350 Come to us for the most uptodate Clothing and Furnishings I Cummins 8t fflcCtary SAVE MONEY ThisJYear by Trading With Higgins 8sfMcKinney STANFORD KENTUCKV Hardware Groceries Farming Im plements Etc Etc SflieffiiB ForTlke Gaislhc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON I W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Oonunluloner for the W Dlitrlct aublect to the will of the democracy ExConfederates Not Objects of Charity No doubt it Is with the best Intentions In the world that certain deco cratlo members of Conlressfavor open Ing the doors of the Soldiers Homes o exConfcderatea who are In dlstrea but It la less than probable that tbet Idea will never become popular Even should the barrier be removed It Is certain that very few dependent ex Confederates would accept the charity of the general government Most of the States have made some sort of pro vision for the men who followed Lei Y woo are unable to take care of themselves but to the credit of the old boys f In gray few of them have accepted tbe r proffered assistance The Memphl Commercial Appeal aptly says tbat the ox Confederate was no Hesalan mercenary He fought for a principle wblci be believed right and when the iaaui was decided adversely be accepted the result In good faith hnd without Dny mitigation of honor Be has asked for neither mercy nor charity from the I victor He seeks not to make mer chandlae of his valor He conceals hi wounds when he can and does not ex pose them for the purpose of excltln ympaiby He fought hard and lost but he la too good a sportsman to squeal He has fought hard since the war along Industrial lines and be has restored his desolate country Her fat is his fate and he la content with wba she can give him and will not accep dole from those who were his forme enemies though now his friends Th pride and sincerity of the Confederate were not assumed They were not lacI lilous but natural and parts of hint salt parts that can not be extracted or separated from him Those of bls brethren who would bave It otherwise ho will not be slow to remind of tbeli errors those of his former enemies Tbo are moved by generosity and fraternlt Into proffering him government aid he will sincerely thank but be must stead dally decline to accept anything no matter bow well meaning the motive of the giver Politically the fates bay done tneir worst In the annihilation of his cherished ideal materially he bas 1r suffered and triumphed and sentiment- allyr his pride and honor have felt no lessening and received no stain Vltt him it was always too late to compro mise and never more so than nowwbet the shadows of the last great night firs gathering darkling around him For the few yeara that remain be can ge along as he has been doing His road has been long and toilsome and be has been beset by storms and tragedies bui the end Is near and peace certain He will leave behind him lame as asoldier fortitude as a civilian which will coos ltute a rich heritage to his children Charity he does not seek does not want will not accept and must decline Lexington Democrat IF the Legislature makes an appropriation to represent Kentucky at the Exposjq b an Ideal commissioner and we suggest his name as one of the number Bay log had 20 odd years experience In mln tog he Is perfectly familiar with the addlIl and his long adherence to the democratic party certainly entitles him to I this recognition If appointed we feel sure that he will nil the position as nephewfWEBSTER DAVIS left Kansas City tar New York with a petition carrying the signatures of 212004 citizens of the South and West which eventually are to before Congress asking for Na 9Llonalsympathy for the Boers These signatures have been received in an I ewer to an appeal sent out by Mr Da vis some mootha ago and are addressed to the several Congressmen asking them to vote for a resolution already framed for them There are few men who have more sympathy for the Boers than Mr Davis and fewer men who would work so bard for them with so v little promise of reward r PRESIDENT UTLEY of tbe Senate made a wise selection for a democratic steering committee of that bodY al though there Is not as much need for such a committee us at the last session His appointees are J Campbell Can trill George W Hlckman George T Farris W A Coleman N W Utley j These Senators will advice the dem ocratic majority In tbe Senate espec Itallyas to redistricting measures and I advice Is followed there will be no possibility that the party will suffer any lapses THERE are 4000 or more American worth 11000000 and overmany of them very much over Think of this wonderful concentration of wealth f CONGRESSMAN BOREINO wants to Improve Ills home town which la mos commendable In him but It seems to us be wants to make the governmoi pay too much money to do so Instead of a 8100000 public building we sug gent that ho strike ott at least one cl pber before be asks for the approprii tlon A 10000 building would anew ovary purpose and would not lookout so of place as n 8100000 structure 10 London would The Congressma from the llth should have a better eye to economy TEDDY did a good deed when he pal ed Shaw out of the governors chair of Iowa and put him In h Cabinet Sbaw had boken all rccor by pardootn t73 criminals In two years and was just buckling down to business In the par cloning line Perhaps Teddy bad a method in his madness CARRIE NATIONS hatchet bas brought her to grief One of her fa vortte Instruments of war dropped from her hand on her foot severing her big toe POLITICAL John A Watson has been appoints postmaster at Elgin Pulaskl county The Senate committee agreed to report the House Philippine tariff bill with amendments Ed Parker candidate for Congress 10 the 11th opened his campaign In a speech at Boonevilleveeterday- Representative Kehoo has Introduc ed bills for the erection of public bulb loge at Marsvllle and Cynthtana It looks like Sam J Roberta has won his fight for reappointment all revenu collector for the Lexington district Tbe Senate Committee on Commerce has decided to report favorably the Frye ship subsidy bill carrying 14 700000 Tbe Senate committee on pension ordered a favorable report on a bill to grant a of 86000 to Mrs McKinleyIo rats of the Sonata oppose Pblllpplna Tariff bill and a stubborn fight Is probable The proposedopproprlation of 340 000 to the emergency fund of the State Department Is to be spent in entertain Ing Prince Henry The Senate at Frankfort copourrei la the House resolution favoring tbe election of United States Senators by direct vote oflhe people Beet sugar manufacturers of tbe Uaited States filed with the president a protest against the proposed reduction of the duty on Cuban sugar Upon exGov Bradleys promise to back him for renomination Congress mm Irwin Is giving his Influence to Collier in tbe surveyorsblp contest Judge J P Hobion of the court of appeals is a regular contributor to the religious press His recent articles are on the Book of Revelations and Bap tlsmSenator Blackburn has Informed President Roosevelt that he would op pose the confirmation of D R Collie in the event of his nomination for Bur Tdyor of the port- Atameeting of the republicans of he 11th district In London J Sher nan Cooper judge of tbe Pulaskl coon ty court was elected district cbalrmai to succeed District Attorney Tlneley ealgoed Senator Farris has introduced a bill to prohibit the killing of rabbits Ic iertaln seasons Another blow at the Ighta and privileges of the po nig- er who aint got nor nebber did hat 113 show Paducah Democrat By breaking a quorum In the State Senate Saturday the republicans pro rented the adoption of the concurrent evolutions condemning Rear Admiral scbley as tbe hero of Santiago They opposed tbo condemnation of the ma orlly report of the court of Inquiry Senator Deboe of Kentucky who Ic ucb a very practical politician that he tad an efficient woman turned out of a residential poalofflce simply because the was not a voter has been over whelming defeated In his contest for eelectlon He will not be missed fore did nothing while In the Senate to auee him to be remembered Phlla lelpbia Ledger Election Commissioner J M Alver soo of Stanford was In the city Saturday on private business Asked by a Democrat reporter what ho thought of tbe Congressional race In the Eighth strict bo replied Why Hon RC Warreo of Lincoln will win tbe lomlnallon In a walk And bo certain Iy deserves the honor because be has teen fighting democratic battles with out reward for 25 years and would not only be a credit to tbe district but the intlre State as well He is a fine lawyer an eloquent speaker a true and rled democrat a Christian gentleman and one of tho best allround campaign ers in the State He hers a very exten slve political acquaintance throughout tbe district and will carry Lincoln Boyle Garrard Madison and Rockcas tie sure and has a fighting chance In he other counties Remember my pro llcllon he will win In a walkLex ington Democrat TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMKXT has- been thoroughly tested for many years aod is a pojitlve cure for this most die ressiig and embarrassing of troubles Price 60 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents ennys Ding Store Yy6lLa MATRIMONIAL IJohn Simpson of Burgln and ills Sue Tuttle of Junction City were married at Harrodsburg EdiIngton and were married at midnight MhsIHarrodsburg were married In the clerks office at Eld Joseph Ballou went to Parks vllle yesterday to perform the marriage ceremony of Mr W F Jackson Bnd Miss Llzzio Cozatt of that place Thorn will be a double wedding hero tomorrow when David Thompson and i Miss Jael Garner and Logan Tbompeot and Miss Etlle Sprinkles all of the Eas End will be united to wedlocks holj bondsThe marriage of R L Easihatn a prominent merchant of this city to Miss Lola Swearlngen of near Sclenci Hill a popular teacher and splcndlt woman created a ripple of surprise a8 well as much pleasure to their friends jomtrsct Journal Hereafter marriages will not be legs In New York State unless recorded either In iho usual way following a ceremony performed by license or In consequence of a contrast duly signs and sealed by the principals and swore to In a declaration to be filed with the city clerk within six month ofthc agreement The design of the author of the new law was to protect women against the false promises of men Its operations will also shield families against the secret connivance of both men and women who seek to evade legal and moral restraints required for the safety of society- ADAMSPOWELLM 11 oclock this morning at the residence of Mr E Smith Powell near Iluslonvllle Mr Charles W Adams and Miss Mallle Powell were untied In wed looks holy bonds by a pretty ceremony said by Elder G W Mills of the Christian church An elegant dinner was enjoyed and later Mr and Mrs Adams took the train for Cincinnati where they will remain for several days Tbe marriage la the outcome of a long courtship and that It will prove a most happy one theres every reason to believe The bride Is bright pretty and popular and altogether a most lovable and lovely young woman She U a daughter of Mr and Mrs E S Powell and has a legion of friends and admix ere In this and adjoining counties Mr Adams Is the well known druggist and Is a floe young man of good habits and business qualifications He has done a hood deal of courllog and now that he has won the woman of his choice he has reason to bo happy We congratu late him on his good luck and wish him and his bonnie bride a long and happy journey over lifes fitful sea THE HOWARD TRIAL Excitement was caused In the courtroom at Frankfort during the Howard trial by a man having a fit and yelling like a Comanche J B Matthews and J D Hardgrovu two wltneosca for the defense fared badly on cross examination n Mathews who la Caleb Powers hired detective admitted that Powers told him that he had given Youtsey a key to his olllco J C Robertson and F M Poore tee tided that Howard was ID the Board of Trade Hotel when the assassination of Goebel was announced Robertson admitted be had told a different story In Breathitt county but said he was Just joking The statement made by ono of Jim Howards friends that the defense would show up In detail the conspiracy id murder William Goebel was not ver fed by yesterdays evidence at Frank fort Some new witnesses gave tcsll mony calculated to establish more strongly the guilt of Henry E Youtsey as a principal In tbe crime and also Implicating Dr W B Johnson Jim Howard left the witness stand at Frankfort after undergoing a rigid uroaaexamlnatlon that lasted over six hours His testimony throughout was a sweeping denial of all dama tee Llmony against him After Howard left Lbe stand several witnesses testified that he was clean shaven when be loft Clay county The State It appears will endeavor to establish that Howard sad a false mustache Four Lexington debenture companies have organized under the name of the southern Trust and Security Co and will file articles of Incorporation in Vest Virginia They are the Lexlng too Real Estate and Savings Co the hoenlx Investment Co the Globe In eatment Co and the Century Invest meat Co Tbe nqw company will have 1t8 main office In Lexington Disease and danger lurk In tho vitalor lOans The blood becomes vitiated and ho general health Is undermined when ever the stomach and liver fail to perform heir functions as nature intended HER IINE will tone up the stomach regulate be liver where other preparations only ro leve Price 50 cents Pennys Drug StoreA a naval engagement precipitated In Panama IB an effort of the revolu lonls4e to land troops Throe ships on eacb side were engaged The govern tent sleamer Lautaro was sunk and lurned and deserted by Its crew Many were killed NEWS NOTES Joe Thayer the veteran driver will retire from the turf Mal Warren Vlley a prominent olt tzoa of Midway la dead- J O Hay bought In I Laurel count 45 yearling to threeyearold cattle at about 3 to 3io Parker Skinner a well known Scolt county farmer was killed in a runaway accident its Georgetown Frank Duncan n condemned murder or and three other desperate prlsonoi escaped from Jail av Birmingham Four buildings each four itork high In tho wholesale district of De trop collapsed apparently wliboi causeThe general merchandise store of Hubbard b Mitchell burned at Lll town Adatr county The loss was near I y 5000 There Is a growing impression at Washington that theru will bo no lit mlan canal legislation at the preset section of Congress Frederick Kralnhardt a Calholl priest ul Joaephsvllle Mo commlttc HUlcldo at the Alerlan Brothers Uoi pUal In that city by hanging hlmse with a bed sheet The bicentennial of the founding of Fort Louis de la Mobile the first permanent colony of the French In Louis lava will be celebrated In Mobile tomorrow and Thursday President Shaffer of the Amalgamal ed Association said In a speech at Youngstown O that the organlzaltoi spent 82000CO In lu fight with the Uol ted States Steel Corporation William Porter eightyearold 100 of George W Porter of Boyle was playing near a mule when the animal kicked him tearing oil the top of hll skull Death resulted Instantly Isador Rayner has finished the drat of the appeal from the Sohlov court of Inquiry Ft will be reviewed bv the admiral today and probably will be handed to the president tomorrow Too Methodist year book for llKtt rOo ports the membership of the Methane IfptuRODAl church In the Unltel Stal i at 2018137 an Increase of 18463 The number of ministers has increased from 17687 in 1000 to 17879 In 1001 while the number or loon preachers has de creased from 1412 to 14002 FOR RENT Screateea acri of good furwlnf land 8D Near nrvek IS mile south of Stanford Good average MUdta Itrnxmable r iit JA3 11UTOIIINSOV Store For Sale We dsslre to sell 0 9 Durham k 00 stock of gao4s at this place oomteltnR of clothing grooerled notion tttoiM tuiU farming IlIIpIRta etc The goods wll Invoke about Cte55 the ean b had at a bargain Write to or sail on JONES A MMdleimrg Ky Livery Outfit For Sale I with to tell my livery buslnow at Me Klobey and will make the right to the buyer Ata having n Rood trade but dont like the outlaw write or sail for jmrttc ulan JOHN COULTER McKInney COAL I have decided to remainat Rowland thus winter and continue Dullness I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle the bloat grades of Jelllc coal T L 8IIEITON Rowland Ky A M BOURNE Lancastor Ky Otter bla scMlccaai 1 Auotoiafar to the people of Lincoln County lie will plea eyou both In work and price Write to him A 2YearOld Heifer mack came to my placo some days ago Owner can get her by paving for her keel and this notice II D HOLTZOLAW Crab Orchard FARM FORSALE 267 Acros In Proach orsvlllo Lincoln Co Ky 0 miles from Stanford I mites from Lancaster on tbo Lancaster an Crab Orchard pike 4 dwellings S ROOC wells and cistern goopond of post and rail timber for fencing Well adaptoE- Lo stock raising Will It Into twc farms or soil aa a whole A bar gain CRor W E ARNOLD Stanford CourierJm1 year week Two onlyI The TwIcoaWcek CourierJournal Is the best published In the United State for Democrats for all readers It Ii the equal of dallies and the supcrlo of all other semlweokllM or weeklies HENRY WATTERSON Editor The Wednesday Issue Is devoted to now matters the Saturday Issue to the home Dy a special arrangement you can the INTERIOR JOURNflU and tbeSemiWeekly GourierJourna both for one year for only S5OThis Is for cash subscribers only tN tirv or fv t tL pea sSK1xM art We Have Decided to I enjaii IN STANFORD As heretofore the Cheapest Store in Town will always be in tho lend Otto dollar will go as fill hero as three clso whero and if you want to save money and be well paid for j your time conic and see the ninny bargains wo oiler dailyl 1 800 yards outing cloth 7o value to goal 3c Only 10 yards IDa customer Ladies end childrens capes and Jackets tor 26c on tho dollar 26o fAiCinntura for 14c 2fia hoods for Co 26c mens suspenders 12u U6o yarn hose for tOo Lailloa and mona ooarw and tine shoes worth 160 go at 76a Mens 16 black liovlet suits KO at 96 Mans SI SJ6 pants go at Wo iOo table linen for Iflo 36o table oil cloth fur Ho 76e storm rubbers for 10c 2oc rubbers tor lOc Printers Ink cannot do us Justice in tolling us of the many values wo have In our dry good department oOo underwear 36o 260 underwear 10I1 10 sole of harness go for U7C 60c ties for 16c U6o tire for St s- g 12 and Z hau RO fur USe shoes for 1145 Mens overooati wall worth 10 silk or satin lined go for U 60e oarixts fco at tOo a 111nlIWo can soil you goods Jfor low the raw material cost or less than thanImerchant can buy them for The Racket Store Stanford J Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor i Ifyou want a Watch i I Clock or Chain Dont fail to see mo boforo jhirchasing elsewhere isJL hats somo special bargains to i 1 in those lines and also in cut olJniglass nUll novelties W H MUELLER L A CLEARANCE SALE f COSTisThis will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes and other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heres an ea nnlo 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale is for cnsh No goods charged at those prices so dont ask it Snle begins on Thursday January llitli T02 THE CHARLES WHEEIER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY MURRAY McADAMS I rALEADIMG JEWELERS DANVILLE The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and FashionableNov elties in Central Kentucky I SVc are also Graduate Opticians and can fit your eyes scientifically aid correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shopsut isfaction guaranteed We sell Gorham SilverII I Our Line ofz llva I i Groceries Hardware Chime I Quccnsware Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete I The best selected lino that could be hadtis now on Display GEORGE H FARRIS 1 CO Completo Line Of t Ledgers Journals Day- Books I Blotters I Etc Etc Get our prices before you buy We can save you money CRAIG HOCKER Jatrt b xc c1trstt rJJ r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY JAN 21 1002 r In fllllop your prescriptions wo usa tho right In tbo exact propor oouldIprice which la always reasonable Peony Drue Store t PERSONALS IJACOIl GINSIIUKQ la In Now York S PRICE It slak again we are sorry to state C B OWHNS was In Lexington Sat urday and Sunday Mil Jon II ROUT will likely move to Lebanon Junction f- Dit J H OWBLifY was In Louisville yesterday on bus nose MIL S P STAOO WOOL to SmithHeld yesterday on business- WoouKOliuI 1OKTWOOD of the Dan vlllo News was bore Sunday Miss KATIIHKINKWAUDKLL of Som erset li wltb MM II O Wray MRs S P STAOO iponl last week wltb relatives In tbo Welt Knd SBND my paper to Mlnneola Fla writes T E Adam or Dryanlsvlllo J K NBVIUB bas returned to box lotion after a brief stay with relatives I Mil W P CHIMES attended tbo burial of hie brother at Rllzabethtown- HBV AND MILS s M RANKIN en tertalncd the T I A Club Friday eve I fling i IMissFANNIE VAKDHVEKU has been the guest or Miss Florence Tanner ate MoKlnnoy MISs ANNIE NORTH of tbo Wot End bal matriculated at Stanford PC male College MR O V GHNTRY and little son Samuel pent several days with refs tlye In Lexington OHOitoK LHH JAMKB of Crab Or l obanl who has boon vary III was rest lag easier at noon to day AIMS II OLD AM STtAHT of Gray In rIclol ber pareoM MrDd Mr Gee- D ord la the East Sad ATTOHNBV J N SAUNDUW of Stan ford was bans OB legal butleeas yester day LexleeUHi Democrat MR WO Wrrulell Sunday for CIsxHnnatl to bf furalt ro hjr the oar load for Wither Furniture Co TllH Ladles Fancy Work and Liter ary Club will meet with Mrs Dr W I K Craig Thursday afternoon at S oeloek Mm HAKRIXTT PRICK ami Mr X B PrlM meUser nod brother of Dr A S Price are here from Uarrard at his bediMa HAY CAKCKNTKK of LUitonvIIle It here radar the treatment of Dr J G Carpenter fle is stayta with Plnkerton Tint younger teL have organised a reading slab wbloh bad It Orot meet log with Miss Katberlue DaHghman Friday evening MHfiDAMBS MOLLIE POlK and W T Mcrrlmco wbo have been vltlllng Mrs O J Nowland returned to Llv iDRSton Saturday MINK llosr JD WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs was hero today Mcir S W DeJarnctt and Chenau- Willis were wltb him WO LACKKY who came from St A Louts to attend J n Grime burla arrived this afternoon to spend a day ctlwith his father and titter hero Dn II GOLDSTEIN writes that will be at the St Ataph Hotel Jan to Feb ltand Invite all wbo bavo troublo wltb their to call on hlcc Miss KATIE 115TIN who has been I 111 at Pllttburg returned to Stanford Female College today Miss Polly Traylor enrolled at that Initllutlon yee torday Courier Journnl con IISATUltDAY8 of Garrard1 now county judge Mr A D Ford who Is I making an enviable reputation In hit I dltpontatlon of justice Ho Is probably the handsomest county Judge In 1 Kentucky LOCALS IREDUCltD prices on lap robes J McClarv t FOR RENT Ether of my two reel doncce on West Main Street W P Walton a FOR SALEA sate throe show cart and an olllco desk Mrs D W Van deveer LET us take your measure for a suit of clothes Fit guaranteed Cummins S McClary I WATER mill and itorebouto at Mid dloburg for sale at a bargain J K KyIioaook jaconets I dimities embroideries and laces jutt opened this week J P Jones MARGARET GAITER colored died In Laxia ton Friday and was brought hero and burled at McCormack church Sun ayShe used to live hero i whore she has several children I SWAIN Jarae D Swain who lived hero a number of years and was con nected with tho firm of S L Powers 1 Co died at Somerset Sunday after a lingering Illness of heart disease Ho had boon a merchant at tbat place for number of years Mr Swain w about 55 years old and left a widow and two children DONT fall to see the new drew goods Jutt opened They are all right J P Jones W H MUSTAINB of florae Cave Is gotoDAVID EtUANKS mill at Mllledge nightbuttaken WILL Bell you millet clover and tlm otby hay corn cornchop ehlpetuliIoats and straw Cheap for Uaughman h CofoA GRANARY between JiII Irultta residence and barn at Moreland burnod too other day together with some feed which was In It Ills home had a close call HAVING decided to locate In Stanford I will epee an elegant line of milI llnory In Judge Alcorns building on Lancaster street Mrs Oleo W Drown ILgr Fort SAtRyOU want to buy the best + toro houso and the best stock of bluckyvlllc Ky 35 STOLEN Thieves raided Mitt Florence Truohearta hen house a few nfgbta loco and took 36 choice ptlllcts tbat the had been fattening for her boarder Tint INTHIUOR JOURNAL and the Twice s Naok Courier Journal for- GO a year Our paper and Commoner E4Ithree for RALPH DINOIIAM who delighted a big audlenoe hero Nov d last will bold the boards at Waltons Opora house again In April probably the first night of that month noutJiiT IN FAYBTTE S P Sag g bat pvrebated of II K Hearst his floe farm of 100 norw BItyen mile fro Lexington at 1100 and will take pea feetlon March 1st Wit have potlttve assOur ew that the Central OH ft One Co of Lexington A P Goading president will tagln borlar for oil on tome of Us leaded 1aeds aroued Stanford In not more that 90 JayedCOOKAir Kdraood Cpok aged Bl ether of our townsmen Dr L 1I Cook died suddenly at Montloello Fri day night IIWBI a one old gentle urea and one of Wayne countys moat substantial citizensAHDMIBTONB pure home made can l- on tale at Tanner k Sons MeKlnnev Mcig Store llustonvlllc W M Wheat Co Mt Salem and D B King land THANKSWq bowln aoknowoldgc mentor our thanks for the oleo things sold about the INTCRIOR JOURNALS extra tolling of too attempted bank robbery by many of our exchanges but the Danville Advocate and News In particular It1tEAD tue advertltomont of Murray St McAdams tbo Danville jewelers and xatcih Cantral Kentucky and aro thoroughly reliable a StahfordTHERE woro 10 performers1 In t fiddler contest at McKtnnoy Frd night end fully 300 were on hood to hear their music Samuel Bishop won first moony and Freak Vallandlngbam who got second money here secondiJ Tanner and Will 0 mosey on their show THE girls and boys mission band of the Christian church will give an Old Folks Tea Friday night next from 0 to 10 oclock at the Severance tore room Admission 10 cents All are cordially Invited to attend and assist theeo young talks In their work and eveningCBOUGHT OPERA HOUSE Editor E W Llllord of the Danvlllo Now bought of tbo Danvlllo Planing Mill Co tbo opera house In his city We puear is surplus cash Curtalnly ho did not buy It with too expectation of making moo oy WANTEDMrEric Dremer pr prietor of thu Carpenter House wan to eon B S Konerlck who was hero a month or more working some kind of advertising scheme In fact ho was to soo him so bad that ho caused to Issued a writ for him Konerlck owing Mr Brcmer 915 for board and the event ho is arrested that gentlem will make It warm for him If ho do not liquidate AMONG the notable engagements with Gortons Minstrels this season a the Elliott Brothers tho Fashl Plate Dancers producing without doubt the most graceful and finished dancing sot before the public TGa are accomplished vocalists and t4 act IB moat magnificently coatumedMr meeate lr audience At Walton Opera Hou tomorrow Wednesday night l tars L J TUB first rain of tho year fell Saturday It was greatly needed I IP you want to see tbo prettiest line of wash fabrics over shown In Stanford to Jones store SOCK some coal lI u need It Wo ovwontIn Baugbman ibCo LRTTER heads printed and padded at 1125Iper thousand np This olllco IJ A SHANNON Ie no longer my dep rind has no authority to collect tax r me S M Owens exsheriff BUY your coal therods are Roan This pretty weather will not last always J H Baughman It Co STORBROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTRRIOR JOURNAL on trance fur ret Apply at this olllco WATCH out ye doors Jesse C Lynn la a member of the Boyle county and jury and woe bo unto him who has done wrong In the least W F S J O McALLiSTHR have C C Wheelers property at oreland and will continue tho black J Tholdblacksmith In charge FIRE George nick home near Mlddlebur burned Sunday night to gethor with the cootent nd Mr Hicks and Tom Cloyd wbo were asleep in IItot Tilt only and original Goodman tho bright star In the burnt cork firma mont Is once more radiating his mirth among us Honest clcantongued larlouly funny Hank Goodman Is ov er tba brightest feature on any pro gram he grass With Gortons Mln elrela at Walton Opera House tomorrow Wednesday night mA SLICK fellow tried to work JIM R Beasley the popular Ilverymao tne other day He represented himself a bored shoe and nail drummer and offer ed Mr B some treat bargains After he bad taken bit order the fellow offs r ad to let the purchaser dleeounltbe bill at 10 per cent but Mr Beacley smelt a mouse to to speak and declined from VertalllM tells of n man working a merchant of that place for ll In a similar way NBW OIL COlbe Uutcblna Oil ft Oat Co was organiteitxbore yesterday with a oapltahttock of 115000 R P dams of Lexington was chosen pre eeyc treaturor and J L Hutching Preach orsvllle business manager Tbo com boonua ed North South East and West by producing well i Stock la the company boa be6n placed on sale and Is going like rot cakes GRIMM Our people generally wore shocked when It was made known Sat urday that Mr Joe S Grimes of Ell zabeihtown was dead Ho was born and reared In this county and was for year teller of what was then known as the Farmer National Dank now ibe Lincoln County National No more honorable or polished gentleman ever loft the than Mr Grimes and his death has sent a pang to ms hearts here A dispatch to the Lou ville Times from Ellzabetbtown cc gj FLaySt prominent nod valuable citizens Ellzabetbtown and Hardlo county died lobilcornlDibeen sick for two month with a kidney disease Ho was about 50 years old and loft a wife who was Miss Rajda Payne and a bright 12yearold daughter Ell zabolb the Idol of his heart A man of the most engaging personality Mr Grimes friends were many and dovoted Ho was a charming hoft and his hot walt ono of delightful hospitality was conspicuous In every movem calculated to benefit his city and was Joremoat In securing for Elizabeth to waterworks and electric lights addition to his business Interests A Grimes owned a fine farm In Larue county which though In a sense conducted aa a diversion ho turned to prof table account The news of the death of this lovable man and Invaluable cit izen has thrown the people of Eliza belbtown Into profound sorrow as it eveto kindly manner endeared him W people In general but in the circle of heldb8generous iiIono conductoe a at oclock yesterday afternoon by Dr AS Moffett of Lebanon the Rev M K Paterson of Bardstown and Dr onBill of Broadway Motbodlat church assisted by the pastors of the local churches r The business hous es of the town wore all closed and gr deersat Grimes leaves two brothers and two bisters Mr W P Grimes of this county Judge Sterling Grimes of C ro Texas and Mrs J Carver Jo eeand Atlas Pauline Grimes of Kansas City I WILL deliver anywhere In rowe limits millet bay at 45c J H Drone IN SPOTLESS TOWN me oneact musical farce by Boyle Woolfolk pro eenied at the Danvlllo Opera House Friday night was a great success in ary way An Immense crowd wIt- nessed the performance U DANVILLE ELKS IIOatfWbIJe atFDanvlllo yesterday Mr H B magnificentIIkelBuma beauty nnp no doubt a joy to too mem largeildingnerd room several business rooms bll Hard and pool rooms reading rooms suppliedwith the latest and best publl cations bath room me All 01 them are elegantly furnished and the Interior of tbo splendid building has more of tbo appearance of a palace than b fraternal orders headquarters There Is an ire mensc kitchen and d dining room largo enough to accommodate 100 or more persons at a time but too members aro not fully decided that they will ueo these The house Is kept comfortable- by an Immense furnace and janitors re main at the Home night and day to at toad to the wants of the Elks and guests e membership of the Danvlllo lodge sow numbers about 100 and the best and most substantial business men of Little Britain are active and working member Among the recent additions to the order are Meier Jerry Caldwell D P Rowland Dr W I Letcber and D F Logan CHURCH MATTERS Tbo South Georgia conference has paid 1900 more tree their assessment 1rforeign missions Southern Presbyterian foreign mis sloe receipts up to January have a 12f8J16SRov of Detroit was given 24 years In tbo penitentiary for violating the Ostallawtl- The temperance people ask prayer for the success of the bill Introduced by Senator Farris of Garrard There will be preaching at the flap till church at II oclock Sunday morn ing and every member li requested to- eb present Rev J Q Montgomery of Liberty atAmonth this year nearUumboldlwaibelng preached and tbecorpao was rescued from the llamoa with dllllculty The elegant new First Baptletcburch at Danrllle will be dedicated on tbe second Sunday In February Rev E preachaand President Gray of Georgetown College will preach at tbeevenlng ser vice A Sunday school mesa meeting will be held In too arte noon and dur toge the week following there will bo services of various character each eye slog PUBLIC SALE Stock of Genes Merndse at public sale at Parks yule Ky Saturday Jan 25 1902 FtabllshedbuslId a+ a whole to highest and bcstfbldder to set deceasedtet an orgun buggy pole and doable harness and timeOf with approved security due In from 3 to 13 iemonths or for part cash and such notes or cah to suit purchaser ICyTp1Hq0 I f I I 11 11 I 1 I I I I I I I Scientific Cough L Cure W0We do not believe tbat any than1rour pound with Tar 1 t done just what must bo done to thor oughly cnre a cough It over comes congestion anti inflam orationtt soothes and heals the delicate tissues of the air it expec rytorstlanlooters the tooth stopthe mediate It Is pleasant to take YGPnapossibleecure as White Pine Com pound with Tar Price Twenty five Cents i PENNYS DRUG STORE KysHJHHHHHK1111111 ii F 3I WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 As an Inducement we offer a complete stock in sell every department at prices that will tholrgeoerous1 busthesev QuocnswnrcShelfkinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc I Also Timooihydelivery to phone ordure Corner Opera Home mock JOHN BRIGHT JR C 0 t g- Ir IIi iIf 1a b i it ie pr e rCetyie N ie ell H IpWARM GOODS ta We have replenished our stock + since the recent cold spell and JSj anythingBJ i Rubber Boots Felt Boots6 Shoesr 8 i High0a Gil 45Jf Lined Work Coats c oS j-t OSfRemembcr our terms are cash i Ijfi I3tT McROBERTS ii w Tjok j rat C p Jo r wfratm Y ff3glItit imtJi Dont we arelIIClosing Out t the remainder of our W- jstockat Ridiculously Low Prices masthe business must Ibe wound up matonc- eSeveranceI Sons B i7t CLOSING OUTI I I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for talc The read ers of this paper know the kind and quality of i the goods I handle and while Jam waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods you have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prides for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE Next Great Auction Sale o- fHORSESTFINE Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky February 6 7 aid 8 1902 manybutgood hot ses of any kind to sell let us know at once FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky t J f THE mmJOURNAL c En red n the pott qfflce at Stanford at leondolatt matter I YtablShSTuoS yasadFxtdavs It- i i 81 PER YEAR CASHI V when not tapaldffiSOO will beobarjed 6 KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 34 Train going North 1159 am No 26II II II 2lOa No It II South 121M aml No 9 e 12a2pm For all folnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Vot4 IMTM Stanford at 1l1li a m Not 5 animal Stanford 1llIa 01 Noll learn Stanford at JSO pm R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford liy Once over seine dt McKlnneys Slot Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKizmey Icy Make and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff llran Chick en Feed c Trice very reasonable Ous torn grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan lord and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stanford In grass and land with exception of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fencing timber no dwelling only a COin crib It la a very desirable little place Will sellat 86 per acre Call at this oNce FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T B Bright Co Will bold on February 88 1002 a big JA01 SALE at which time 10 odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass Jack IL C1 RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BURKE k sm Prors JUNCTION CITY KY FIrttCNnfts Turnouts at RoftMmaUo Rates Speolal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay Per Sale Vitaea t- Orei Do you know what It is If not it will pay you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing THEO NOIIL Ooolo j hicaRo III or NH Boo IK Agt Marksbury K- yMason Hotelf MRS U D SIMPSON Pror LanCaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds a table Every Sing first class Porters meet all trains 89 POSTEDT- he following persons have their lands posted and they will punish to the full ox tent of the law any person or persona found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tree paalnfon them O D Boon- eJ II It O A PloasanU O P Nowland II F Newland W n Higgles O L Orow E P Wood- sJ E Bruce Oeo D hopper- S II Baagunan II 0 locker J B looker A8 Broaddu Mrs J M White J W Ilaugh wan J W Adams S T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballou J M Adam J 0 Horton T A Rice MlaiMnryPepples Walter W Warren M F Lawrence- W E Amon J B Foster Ernest Lllinsnii David Stephens Aaron hall Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage orwupon In OratcIasutylo Experienced men to do it and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle new for very little money J 11 OUEKK Stanford Ky JL S PRICE IDentist Stanford Ky Offlcotf McBoberti Drug Start In th Oa17 IluUJlnc FOR SALE Mr residence property In containing six wows two porches veranda nice shadeoutbuildingsall necessary ood garden A desirable location and a bargain on or address 11 VANUOOK MoKlnnoy Kv Small Farm For Sale rD Situated near Ieytoni Well contain about 80 acres and is now occupied by Sam uel Has fair house of 4 rooms and the outbuildings are In good repair Spring and well both close to house Land Is In a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow 15 acres in wheat IS for corn and balance In grass Terms U cash balance 1 and 2 years COLUMIIUS niSIIOl1 Shelby City Ky J HBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable nrucos Old Stand Depot St STRNFORfl KY how and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel log Men Phone No M RDILLEHAY DANVILLEXY Manufacturer of ERICK I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write ForPrices J+ G+ McGLMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dcalcar In SABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJNDEBTASEBS Poise D14LIX1 IS FurnitwreMattinjsRni8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock a calh Prices rlghli STANFORD KENTUOKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville wilt be at r St Asapli HotclStanford Monday Jan 2711 to Tel hi 1902 1 SiX days only Eyes examined and classes- sclentlficallyVadJusted Office hour 9 a m to 4 p m r r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Georco ICeecan an oil operator was robbed while asleep at UarbourvllI of 8700 James Mellon of Uarrodeburfr lo t br death a pet dog which was over O years old John G Pulllara and D M IIutton of Harrodtburg have bought the S- Inge plant In that oltyISam DcuthoraRos borne near Berca was burned It le believed that Incen diaries applied the torch John II Orogory father of Mr n D Gregory who married Mlia Louho Bailey of this place Is dead at Uray son this State W A Reynolds told tho Advocalo this morning that tbo well at Junction City now contained 1000 feet of watcr as salty as brine George Howard for the murder of his father Danlol Howard In the faU of 1000 was found guilty and lentonced to the penitentiary for four years at Plnevlllo S G Sands who made three unsuccessful attempts at suicide at Somerset was taken to his home by C G Gat lilY and W W Sands who came from Towanda 111 for him Mrs Elizabeth Parrlcln great grandmother of Judge C B Parrlf of Albany was LOG years old Saturday She has lived In threo centuries and under every president of tho United States She bids fair to live soveral years longer The largest gasser yet struck In tho Kentucky field was drilled In on tho Miller farm near Cooper Wayne county It came In at 1000 feet and blew ill tho tools out and the top of the derrick off doing much damage and made drilling at least for the present Im DO slble McCocagbv wen No2 In Wayno county got a strong flow of gas talt water and oil at 250 foqt1 Somerset 011 Companys Well No 5 is making 100 barrels a day and the Pennsylvao Rubricating Companys new well on Ullwcr farm baa shown the slrongc gas flow recently struck there F H Abbott a traveling man Is ly lag In a critical condition at the Brln loy Hotel Somerset and the case Is mflling the doctors Ho failed to re pond when called to breakfast and tbe loor was forced open Ho was found ring on his back looking at the cell ng but was unable to speak or move le looks to bo well but knows abs ulcly nothing of happenings around dm MIDDLEBURG William Thomas has moved into tbe Moran cottago on Race street Quarterly meeting services wero geld at tbo M E church Saturday and Sunday Considerable ice was housed the palt week A welcome rain fell Saturday enlng and night replenishing fair thing stock ponds Prof J W Davis was in Stanford Saturday on business Spurgeon SympI son and wife of Louisville are vUltln Mrll Hernia Foglo and family A halt dozen or more partial bar beon after Mr Keeny lately for the uo of his hall for an old fiddlers cohtei and the obaocep are that ono will beheld here beforo many moons A literary and debating society was rganlzed at tho college last week Of iers elected were Olarence Coleman resident and Miss Maud James seen tary Subject for debate next meeting solved that Cuba should be annex od to the United States A most enjoyable social was given a C C Lanhams Tuesday night A goon erowd of the elite was present am made merry till a lato hour Mr L- will move to Stanford In a few days A- selal was given at F B Lucas Friday n1lrht In honor of Mr Royalty of Washlo ton county On account of pressing school duties- wo were unable to send the 1 J a letter for Fridays issue xWe had only missed two Issues since our return from- tbo other side freshets hindering us on those occasions ffo have oven had to neglect to a great extent our repor- torlal duties on tho city dallies hence dont be surprised at a repetition CC GOOD ADVICE The mot miserable beings in the world- are these suflerlng from Dyspepala and- Llvor Complaint More per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted two diseases and their e icts such as Sour Stomach Sick Head- eache Habitual Costiveness 1alpltatlon of the Heart Heart burn 1Iater brash Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stomach Yellow bkln Coated Tongue- and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of after Eating Low- Spirits etc Go to druggist and get a Bottle of August Flower for 75 cents- Two doses will relievo you Try It Get- Oreene Special Almanac Pennys Drug- Store BarberWIII you have anything on- your face when I get through st- rVlollmDont know Only I bope- youll leave my nose at least Worms take refuge In tho small Intestine where they can easily multiply W1I1TS On BAM VEIIMIFUOK will destroy parasites The verdict of the peo pitells plainly how well it has succeed ed Price 25 cents Pennys Drug Store Tbere are tbreo varieties of dog tbat- never bark They are tbq Australian dlnjlo the Egyptian shepherd and tbo lionheaded dog of Thibet q t dar The Oldest Doll in America In 1090 when William Penn eallod from England in the good ship Canterbury for his second visit to bll American colony wrltcsMary 1own send Kirk In tbo January Ladles Home I Journal ho brought with him an Eo llsh doll of which so far scant notlO has been taken although It Is bcllevod to bo today tbo sole surviving reprol8n tatlvo of that voyage across the AtJan tic This doll selected by William I Penns daughter Lotltla was sent by I her to a little Miss Rankln of Phlla I dolphin and after 200 eventful yet still retains In a marked degree mueb of the brightness and beauty of th o early days when she was the pot of ono little Quakeress after another IIer dress not having changed with tboI changing fashion U tbe court dress of that period and le made of striped and delicatelytinted brocade and volvot tbo skirt la very full and 11I1IetondcdI over an enormous hoop In height and her figure Is long waistI ed and slender as are the pictures of court beauties In those days Tho full I batqua spreading out from tho boltoor the skl enhances the slender effect I The hair Is rolled away from the much in tho fashion ot today Sho noWI lives In Montgomery county Maryland In the retirement her gruat alO demands only being removed from ber careful wrappings when strange whom tfcr quiet fame has reaohedcoi to make close acquaintance with this the oldest doll In America It Discussing Representative Do Irowns bill to tax bachelors 8100 a year W P Walton in the Harrod burg DemocrataYI There Is a general feeling amonjt married men that a follow who onjoye tho delights ot single blessedness and tbo enjoyment of being his own bou bould pay for It and public sonlime till assist In the passing of tho bill Of court such argument is heel taobolors are not responsible for tho woes of married men and to bo taxed for tbo other follows mistakes vro ld- be simply outrageous ThIS bau olot will not stand any such oppression aod In their warfare on Browns bill III- no doubt bo ably assisted by thousand of married women who have long Ilcoe sponted If Brown would ours tbo evil ho alms at bo should frame a raduatcd license act For Insianc for parties from 18 to 20 years let tbe larrlage license cost 8100 from 20 to 25 75 from 25 to 30 850 from 30 to 40 CO cents from 40 to 60 25 cent from W up 81000 Cynthlana Democrat A ItELIABLE REMEDY FOR DOWEL TROUBLES Rev J M Ylugling pastor of the Iced ford St M R Church Cumberland Mil lye It affords me great pleasure to commend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrbooa Kemtdy I have used It and know others who have never knew It to fall For sale by Craig vt Hwke rugglaleWashington called the sbled Stale It has del lumber mills sawla over 0000000 feet pr day turning out 20000000 shlnglM aDd employing S4 Omen sloe usilyAnn lies nIuW thIs r will hi pkasN t les- tatlhrIiathailloadrededdisease tint id bat brew Me la nut IB all Hi ait 1tIJ lUCaurrli HaUtCiUnh lure t t111o- lIh rara kdewn M tn medseal rtUrnlt Uf th Wng a mattltuitoiMl illM nqvlm titltuiloDtl irrauoHit llillt Catarrh tare At 10 lnteroallyaetlsx dlrtcll u the 1a- Dd tnumui MithoM of thdleeaedphstiettroID t- e tbe fauadttlon ol lb p tl nt tlrfnitu tij bnlldlBZ the wtwdu Uon and aaalUDIISIurs In dToj It work Tile iprleton bite to touch sub In IU ponlbal they otter DIM Ilondrrd Defers Itr- an7 erg that It fall to tafe Send let Kit of tlmOolh AJJrcw K J OIIBNKV A CO Toledo O- Sold b 7G- c1Is11a Vamllv llllt are the beet v If You Want Catalogues or Briefs Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Dodgers Posters Flainers Contracts Lenses Prescription Books Prescription Blanks Checks Drafts Orders Etc Etc The Interior Journal is the place to get them quick and cheap tIti E C V7tUTON Premt L R HUGHES Sec r Trcn e t D- lalw THE Central Kentucky Real Estate ExchangeI And Title Company 1 ri ss a 1I We offer for stele the fol lowing No 1lconse nuil lot III Stanford Ky line five rooms hall porch in the roar n good garden in n good neighborhood and oloso to churches and school This in n good houo for n small family Trice 860 No 2Asllll1l1 farm of 8ItOrM about 2J miles from Stanford Howo contains four good rooms hack porch nod ono voronda A good Tern and other outbuildings nil in good repair Cut in six fields well fenced 20 ncroa in cultivation ono acre in fruit trend Feet in grate This was knight at it Commiionerfl attic at a bargain and can ho sold at n bargain It is close to school and churchand only 21 miles froth Stanford Prico 833 per nero Land adjoining sold for 810 md S15 por nero Tliig w n bargain No 3IIousc and lot in Stanford I i r e First National Bank Ky Stock 10000 This institution wtaWUtHd as the Depoilt hank of IB IIH then reorcaalMd as tbe National Hank of Stanford is IMS sad again rvorjranlt d as the Pint Matlooal Hank of Stanford la lilt having Gad pnutleally an uninter rupted exteiOBe It li better now with V rMwct well tilts ever- before la IU beg ho W career Accounts of and Cor Solicited JB Paxtofi J B Owitey S II Shank W O Walker Coo W Carter House contains live moms A otablo and 3 acres of land well g01l11jlhl4iii OUP of the prettiest loU in town there H room front for two other or n two lstory front oould be built to fgage and Iw road a Ixmutiiul boutstThis place will ho Sol cheap as the yNoFovon rooms hall and voranda garden funning and homo in good repair This Place is for rude or rent puce retItonablo- 11o have a buyer for a 3110or 800 acre farm situated front ono tofthreo milts from town Also a bu for about 100 ncrcw situated from olleIto four inllos trout town with or without improvements Wo- will ndvortuo other plaeea Idterion We still solicit your fnnn and f town proportv to tell fur you r I W B McROBERTS t DRUGGSTI t Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs andiMedicines Prescriptions Accurate ly Compounded at Very Rea i sonable Prices tOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KYr Stanford Capital 50000 Surplus was originally faculties for Iagbsleeeproeptlysad Individuals Fiduciaries porations cottngiw CAPITAL STOCK Directors StttOMom to The Partner Suit Tnwt Oowpaajr and coder were BMBBgemMlt ruatlBHOBBlT for M yean We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT lloplnic inch business relations will prove mutually beneficial OfficorsI J 8 HOOKBK IstIJ J leROU V II WBAItBN Directors lIkrrI V IUJ UneotH Cfe S T HarHs Umwln On J8 looker Lincoln OB W P WuJto Umx ln On II On1Mr M D RiMr B II 1 T P Mill OrebOrebardj Ju HctlawM 1 11 1 W IV Tale Suafonl I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II OOOOl k I8f8 II SI lrMldtlllt J B qWSLRIOaihler W M IIHIOIIT AMI Cashier il SOO REWARD t Tile Directors of the Lincoln National Bank will pay a reward of Five Hundred Dollars for the ar I 1 rest and conviction of the person or persons who burglarized their hank building on Jan lo 1002 S II SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier t Stanford Ivy January 15 1002 l CARSON PENCE I DEALKItS IX f Carriages Buggies Phaetons Wagons Bucktboards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition Seelour elegant line ot Lap Robes 1