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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 15 1902 9 A11 NO 13 NEWS NOTES Safo blowers at Franklin got 30 cents for tbolr trouble Two prUoners broko Jail at Taylor vlllo and escaped Two fino now oil wells wero struck In Bath county Saturday Nlohoksvlllo has contracted for a complete electric llfrht plant Representatives of oil and land com panics are taking options In Horlan Gar1et Ural lumber plant In Lou i larlll burned causing a 175000 loss i o A little WarneRO Kansas boy fell from a trundle bed and broko bit neck The wife of Postmaster Resin Doul den at Mlllertburfr committed sul cldo J Guffy k Galley tbo big olloporators have brought In two 100 barrel well In Koott county Dank robber at Macoy Ind were put to flight by cltlient after a safe bad been blown open The oldest men In tbo world It Noah Raby of New Jersey who celebrated hie 129th blrtbpay recently Garret Boyder homo at Williams burs was burned The explosion of a lamp caused tho conflagration James D Drown A prominent farmer of Cbrlttlan county was shot and kill Is od by William Pallor a tenant A jealous husband at sAnacooda Mont shot and perhaps fatally Injured- hi wife and then committed suicide Io a tight at Chicago between a + a loonkccper and eight robber two men a worn shot and two others badly wounded OeD Wade Hampton soldier and statesman died at Columbia S O He had butt recently celebrated his 8Ub J birthday Tbo allied whisky Interests of Amor Ica will send a petition of 3000000 signatures to Congress asking a reduction of tbo tax Mrs Ley I Weldejr ol Kontoo 0 hat been sneezing for throe weeks and Cant quit Her case has complutely puzzled the doctors Total valuation of tbo late Philip D Armours estate In Chicago sod Now York has just been arrived at It amounts to li7b1i0 At Carrollton the 10year old ton of Elliott Lawrence committed sulcldo because he was locked In a room by bit parents at punishment for a small of ease The sentence of Herr MoL for pub lishing an anarchist article tbo day President McKinley was assassinated 0 was sfllrmed Mal mUIt serve a year In prison Ilenry tflutcher a Negro who killed a boy at St Louis was hanged for his crime Hall an hour later a tolejram from Coy Dockery granting a respite was rocotved James Darrlt aged 20 years droppe- dead In the postolllco at Herbert Ohio ctunty II o bad called for his mall and tall dead while the postmaster was handing him a letter The game of base ball between Ken tucky University and tho State College 1I1exlo too was played under poll co turvelllancc There was no attempts 1 disorder by the college cadets In an attempt to arrest Jim Wright wanted In Uaniocic county on th charge of murder In Scott county Va five of tho sheriffs posse wore killed and two wounded by Wrights party Wright was wounded and captured Joseph M Miller the solconetted murderer of his music pupil Carrie M Jennctt In Detroit pleaded guilty In court and within 72 bourn of the com 0arlsslonwalls of the penitentiary to begin a life term James A Violet a prominent attor eel of the Franklin county bar an former member of the Legislature wal convicted In Frankfort of mallclout shooting The jurys verdict impose a fine of 1500 and a jell sentence of six months Con John D Gordon comraanderln chief of the United Confederate Vota- an has appointed Miss Varlna Davis of New Orleans sponsorlnchlef for the forthcoming reunion In Dallas Miss Davis Is a daughter of Gen Joe Davit of Now Orleans and a grand f niece of exPresident Jefferson Davis Albert German was sentenced In tho United States court to seven years Im prisonment In the United States perit tentiary at Atlanta Ga for his alle ed Irregularities wbllo a book keep In tho Third National Hank at Louis yule Judge Evans told tbo accused that ho gave no credence to his claim of Insanity BKTTEIl THAN PILLS The question has been naked In what are Obsmberlalae Stomach and Li- erTablotssuperior to pills P Our answer Is They are easier and moro pleasant to take more mild and gentle In effect and i more reliable as they can always be de needed upon Then they ceanso and In vigorate the stomach and leavo the bow els In a natural condition while pills arc moro hatch In effect and their use Is often l followed by constipation For sale Craig k Uocker druggists Crab OrchardIRller J W Manors filled his ap pointment at tho Christian church Sat urday night and Sunday rooming The oil fever seams to bo epidemic In this vlolnlty many are preparing to have wells bored Lot tho good workI go on with the prospective talc and i bo other Intcrcitlng purposes in view surely a boom of some kind Is In rcter vatlon ornbls historic old place ExMarshal J A Shannon was taken n a cot to Lancaster Saturday to have tbo bu16ts located by a XRoy One IhoulderIleas OIl condition Is not serious Mrs S 8tap tri recovering from a severe attack of grip and pleurisy Mr and Mrs J B Willis leave today For a visit to their daughter Mrs De e Jarnette In Virginia Mr and Mrs c Chenault Willis will manage Springs Hotel during their absence The many friends of Mre Dr Petlus aro rejoiced 10 know of her Improved condition- safter bbr recent severe Illness Mesdames Dr J M Black of Knox vlllo and J G Carpenter of Stan ford aro visiting binsl1 E Fish Miss Alllo Fish has been on tbo sick list but rapidly Improving Mr seal Mrs J Htnobqart and family of Livingston aro with frlande bore Dr and Mrs W S Beszloy of LanCAlltorlpeut SliD to day with W A Bsazley and family Miss Tevls Carpenter of Stanford was charming visitor hero Sunday Kobt Riddle of Nloholatvlllc spent several days with his aunt Miss Fannie Lang ford George Leo James continues quite 111 at the homo of his sitter bits b F Holdffm Miss Jean Buchanan returned homo Saturday from an ex tended visit to friends In Lebanon and Louisville Mrs Dr Sam Scott of Somerset Is a pleasant visitor to her sister Mrs J F Holdam Mrs Helen Countryman of Rockford III Is hay ing a delightful visit to her parent Dr and Mrs E G Dick at Crab Orch ard Springs Miss Annie Bronaugh t will leave tomorrow for an extended visit to friends In Danvlllo and other points J W James continues to add Improvements to his pleasant bomotho latest addition being a handsome wind mill Tho Horse Show John Cook snowed the good Norman stallion John Cates and Anderson Carr a Ono twqycarold by nappy DayI Farrl Jr Denny of Danville showed the magnificent sorrel hackney stallion diplomatist Uo I + a One Individual ofI wonderful action F Reid sold to J H Otter ot Dan vlllo his fine bull Pedro for 1260 On ot Pedros calves sold for 1107 at Atlan agod Harris fine saddl sulllon mado friends for himself ai well as bis owoer Dab Wools showed him oft to his best advantage W D Burton of Lancaster showed the splendid saddle stallion Preston whoso description and pedigree in another column Preston Us too well known to make comment necessary Guy Hundleys pretty Shetland stal lion Blue Eyes attracted universal ate tontlon He Is four years old and weighs less than 300 pounds butte a fine breeder and a good driver See ad else whereGrand old Pence was shown by Jas II Doazley who made him show almost a twomlnuto gait As everybody knows Vance and also knows his good record as a breeder It Is unnecessary to dwell on his qualities M 8 Uaughmanr unnamed Naboih stallion was greatly admired Ho Is alreadyda Qo Is a seal brown kind and gonlloand as protty as a picture F Raids magnificent pair of stal lions wero greatly admired Dorsev Golddust was shown under harness and ho won much praise by his good antis rand speed Quasi 2127 Is n grand horse of the Hackney breed with great nation and style Ho Is as handsome a borso as ono could wish to see Dignity Daroand a twoyearold sod out of an On Tlmo mare wero shown by C C Carpenter Dignity Dare bat proven himself a great breeder and his owner is doing a big business with him As a combined horse his equal would twoyearoldgtwho has frequently refused 81100 f him Llko his sire ho ta a grand indl vldual HEK SONS LIFE SAVED flY CHAM- UEHLAIN8 COLIC OHOLKHA AND DIAIWIIOEA REMEDY IA neighbor ran In with u bottler of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hoes Remedy when my son was suffering with where cramps and was given up ae beyond hope by my regular physicist who stands high in his profession Alter administering three doses of it my lion regained consciousness and recovered en tirely within 21 hours says MM Mary f hailer of Mt Crawford Va This rexe- y dy la for sale by Craig ft Hocker druggists J A NOBLE CAUSE I toIlish a homo for the caro and support of their comrades who from age poverty and Infirmity are usable to maintain themselves It Is a work which should aided by erery ono who Is able to appreciate tie spirit which actuates the few surviving soldiers of the Lost Cause all of whom are growing old and nono of whom are men of mush wealth Tbo following address Is Issued by the committee on the Confederate nome HKADQUAKTEKS 217 Fifth Street Loulavlllo Comrades The last LOll islature pound a bill which the governor has signed and Is now a law cttab lltblng a Confederate Homo Tbo pre visions of the bill are that the Confed rates of Kentucky are to secure and ause to be conveyed to the State of Kontuoky property sufficient for the purposes of a home Said property to contain sot lets than 10 sores of land and have ueb buildings upon It as will for tbo sate and custody of not leas than 25 persons When the gov ernor Is satisfied that these conditions are complied with tbo following op proprlatlon becomes Immediately avail able viz The sum of 110000 a year until at the rate of 3125 per head the per capita for tho Inmates will amount more than 0000 which will occur when more than SO Inmates are In the Rome then 1124 per Inmate prr year will be paid The Rome Is to be gova erned by 16 trustee to be appointed by the governor four each year after the ty first appointments aro made It will o anon therefore that wn have the homo within our grasp as soon as wo comply with the condition conveying i- to the State a tract of pot leas than 30 Beret of land and accommodations for not Inn than Ittpersoss It estimated that there will be required for this pu rpogo the sum of 1000OI this amount there was on Juno lit subscribed and reported to the corresponding secretary he sum of 113209 00 This sum has hues reseed In 18 camps with the Purr glt and Kern legacy and by the efforts of a relatively few persons It will be seep that there Is yet to be raised Ill 701 In order to avail ourselves of the at generosity of the State There hoe nev er been a butter chance to put a noble work on an enduring basis and It Is to bo hoped that now In view of this great opportunity that no man will fall to make ovary effort to give tbo strong pull and pull together that will make ready a homo for all our needy Cooled erato soldiers as soon as they may re qulro It All those who hove already been at work are requested to see that aroe and remitted et once to John H Leathers treasurer care Louisville vero4 nccemry a mater of all Copied orates who were honorably acquitted of their service should be had and for this purpose each camp which has not done 8018 requested to forward a lilt ConIwere who are In the neighborhood who aro not members of any camp By order of the committee Kunnott H Young i chairman H P McDonald carte spending secretary 217 Filth Street i Louisville Ky MoKINNEY i Mr Andrew Vaugbt Is very low with pneumonia L E True Is la the city laying In a now line of goods George Gilmore traveling salesman for Cabbell Basyo Co was In townI leaf week In the Interest of that firm Tbo subscription school at this plaeI being taught by Mrs Nettle Hum pbrey Is progressing nicely with fall attendanceMrs Brown has opened a beau tlful display of Spring and Summer millinery at her residence on corner of Main and Stanford streets Rev M A Dean a Christian Mil sionary Alliance worker gave a series of very Interesting evangelical die courses at tho Baptist hutch begin ping March 31st and closing laetThu day night with good results Their many frlendsjhero dislike very much to give up Mr E D Kennedy and excellent family who bavo recent ly located In Stanford but extend to thorn tbolr best wishes for their Tutu poopurlogton 111 that Mr coal Mrs T P Nunnolley who left hero only a few 1months ago for that place bavo lost by death their youngest childa daugh ter oged about li years Their friend hero extend to thorn heir sympathy this sad bereavement Miss Samant lutlweekof Huatonvlllc visited Mrs D S UllYoI hero last week Mrs M P who has beenlwlth her mother Mr Margaret Gormloyat Crab Orchardhaa returned bome Mr and hire Walter Webb have boon vteltlpq the latter s mother Mrs Nettle Humphrey at th place MR SB LEVY Manager of the Grand Leader Dry l Goods Store Is a resent acquisition to builners circles of Stanford and Is a l most affable gentleman Became hero Irom Morganfield where ho conducted aAjljr store for tbo Gracd Leader pee ole and where bo alto had the manage ment of an opera bnutc Mr Levy is business all over a flno judge of goods l and la oven better looking than the aboyo cut makes him Ho la building up a tine trade for his house by bis talc dealing and courteous treatment to all nd Is making friends as rapidly as sap gentleman who over came to the roar LANCASTER Joo Faulooner hse Rackett store n lull blast- Gardener ot this community are quite backward wltb their spring plant logs The Ladle Aid Society will bold its next meeting with Mrs Samuel Hasel den The city council has placed an annu llceneont5 on Insurance compan leI doing business here Prof J U Pattertoo principal of tbo Garrard graded ohuol for tour year has rosUued to accent a charge I DrlstolfenDMlae of Danville ands successful ipacner In tho Garrard graded school for uvon year has ac eepted a position In the Bristol Tenn school By the elllcleDt canvassing of ono of Us ollloors tho Pretbytcrlan have raised enough mosey to imy dff all In debtednets In connection with tbe church nod they begin H cow pastorate under favorable auspices I A not total valuation of tbe taxable property of Garrard as estimated by the board of supervisors la 84550504 tno number of voters 2f 40 pounds of hemp raised l7oSOSO tobacco 603003 bushels of corn 34075 bushels ot wheat 87030 Tbo Union Cnrlstlun Endeavor Con vootlon of thaElgbth district will be held hero play 9 and 10 and a largo at tendance Is expected Tbo local toola ty Is already preparing an interesting program and hope to furnish an unusu ally attractive list of exercises bits Penolngton sold a good horse to U G Fox fur 90 John Holtzclaw sold TS Elkin a bunch of cattle at4ic T S Elkin bought of Mrs Emma Per kips some butcher hollers at 4o He also bought of C A Robinson Samuel Bourne and Hoary Duncan several lot of hope at die Tbo Installation of tbo Rev C M Cbumbley next Sunday will bo an 1m presslvo ceremony and tho rites will be conducted by Dr Roberts of Danvlllo who will deliver tbe 11 oclock die course Dr Worrall of Danville will preach tho evening eormpn and Dr McKee also of that place and Rov Mc Clure of Paint Lick will take part In both services Many were surprised to learn of lobe sestet marriage of NUo Sparks and Walker White which took place In this city In February at tbo homo of the brides brotber Ip lax Rev Leon corere mony The groom a nephew of Jool Walker and Mrs Jesse Doty returned to Nashville where bo Is In business The bride who only told her parents a few dove ago Is to Join her husband aI- ro lobo completion of a trousseau leMre Llzzlo Denny leaves tbla week 1for a months visit to Mrs Pearson of Horrodaburg Miss Sallle Lou Mvers has been visiting Danville relatives Mesdames P D Gill Jullet Rogers and Master Joseph Rogers left Saturday Jsfor a trip to Chicago and Bloomlngton InIDd Walter Walker of Stanford v- lhalltedrolatlreshernSupdsy Ilea Ma Nlcholas vlllo Mr Mary Brows of Hustoo vlllo Is the guest of Mrs J H Symp son Eld Joseph Dallou of Stanford was with Mr U M Ballou Sunday e1Mrs C D Powell baa returned from a to Arkansas ITbo Gorman Emperor owns 359 car- la tinges for the use 01 himself and his court i6f o v ClothesCI 1 FO PEOPLE 1jAEIOll ot anti1Ei jkeeping Shirts Hats Shoes c EI All now and choice selections II E THE IT PAygGLEBE 1 Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing tAisatisfiedE KU It 4T+ 4 LADIES OXFORDS Tho finest variety of styles shown this Season and all ladies who value com fort love beauty and appreciate econo my are invited to inspect our styles Sill aiyapcs all leathers ard all stoics i for all occasions A feast for the eyes and a delight for the foot as well as a saving for the purse Come in and lookover our lino whether you want to buy or notee are glad to show you I Cummins a McClary I Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug service are we believe these Competency quality courteousness and a fair profit policy We en deavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlythe highest= yet our prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store fall Millpigs Oil Gas Coe Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS Thoa Rankin President KyJKyFKyJMlllaprings Ky Directors J B Paxton J B Owiloy B IL Shanks W O Walker rOeo W Carter StanfordKy Creek Our territory is situated only a quarter of a mile from the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and In a line between it and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south lilts on tbe river and pipe line and consists of 35fl acre owned in feo simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount oi stock to aid intdeveloplng territory For Informs tlon prospjctuslor stock address F flit RankIn Secy LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II 50000eSuccessors to Tho Farmers Dank d Trust Company and under same management continuously Cfor 36 years W- eSOLiCITYOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers S n SHANKS President J B OWSLEYCashier W M BRIGHT AlIt Cashier JTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL f E C WALTON rf W P WALTON- I a Candidate for Railroad Commlnlocer for theI i 2d District sublect to the will of the dcmocri f r H H HENNINGER 01Wanecountyluandidatefor Suite Tmu barer subject to riftr t f THAT grand old man Gen WadoI t Hampton died at his bore at Colum bla S C Friday Grand eon of Geo 4 1WadeHampton ot Revolutionary rame i too revolted in 1801 and was wouod ed In the battles ot Bull Run and Seveo r i Pines Stripped ot wealth by the ro suit of the war between the States de prlved of a teat In the Senate by tbo- t t mudsill upheavel In South Carolina l shorn ol a leg by ao accident in tbe Icbaao bis homo and library wiped out t i by a fire ha refused all proffers of cbor whether under the guleo of rrloDd jItyi admiration or gratitude and died i t as be had ever lived one of the ooblest 11exemplars of American manhood Lexington Democrat t THE Rev T DeWItt Talmage the great Presbyterian preacher wboee sermons have been printed in nearly I every paper In the U S died at bll home in Washington Saturday nlgbt The immediate cause of death wee In flammatlon of the brain though he had been seriously ill for several wee There were tow if any abler preacb ers on this continent and Dr Talmagi death is a severe loss to both people and pulpit WHEN democrats carry such stron holds as Plttsburg Pa there la no Ilt tie doubt about the country becoming democratic Allegheny county 10 I i which Pittaburg is situated has a re- publicanit majority of 44000 but the democrats won in a municipal emetic the other day by the decisive majority r of 9000 BELL ot Colorado is the only CoOr gressman who had the courage to Ope r pose the pension ot 15000 for Mrs Mo Kinley With an estate of 1210000 left solely to her It seems to us that a pen sion in her case was anything but necessary THE question of the hour now is bas istheSouthern bought the L fcN Pres Milton H Smith declines to confirm or contradict the report and tbe impression prevails tbt it has THE number of murders committed I i In this country last year was larger than our total casualties In the war with Spain Just think of this in thle day of civilization 1 CECIL RHODES gift to education will benefit over 250 people perpetually aod be a greater monument to him than all the brass and stone that could be pIled Up in his memory THE Lexington Democrat thinks tbatk Gov Beckham has reacbed the top rung of the ladder of fame because a Mercer county admirer has named bls stallion for him WITH a halt dozen saloonkeepers an i one bartender In the Delaware Legleliy turnthewhleky Interest should not t and likely will not be neglected POLITICAL t President Roosevelt announces tha Gov Dole will continue as governor of Hawaii James S Clarkson of Iowa will be appointed purveyor of customs of tbi port of New York The Berry Howard case was called al Frankfort yesterday but the defense was given until today to get ready Eugene P Ware of Kansas was ee lected by the president to succeed H Clay Evans as commissioner of pen alone The House passed the Senate bill providing a pension of 85000 a year for the widow of President McKinley and i the measure now goes to the president I Gen McArthur thinks that the Fill pinos are capable of cultivating the agricultural lands In the Philippines 11 properly paid Judge R J Brccklnrldgehas during t his stay in Frankfort Increased his popularity which was exceptionally l great when be entered otAceFrank fort dispatch Senator John W Daniel of Vir glnia writes to a constituent that he Is in favor of the election ot Senators by direct vote of the people and will vote for the resolution now before the Sen ate The democratic Congressional com mlttee named the following executive committee Ben T Cable chairman Lewis Nixon David Overmeyer Thee Taggart Rlcbard Olney and Daniel LamootMcKlnleyMoaa introduced a bill e In the House shifting the counties of Logan Butler and Todd from tho Ow ensboro division to the Bowling Green division of the Western Kentucky Federal court Friends of B T Conway and W T Hawkins who have been waging a hot fight for the Lebanon postofflce have succeeded in arranging a compromise According to the agreement Mr Conway le to boreuppointed and Mr Hawk Joe will serve as deputy C L J AI DANVILLE AND VICINITY The April term ot the Boyle circuit conrt will convene next Monday Tbe docket is about as usual Mr Arthur West has returned from Jacksonville Fla where he has beeo superintendent of a big planing mill Prof J Garnett Wood formerly of Danville now principal of the Lebanon Graded School has been elected prell dent ot the Fourth Congresslo Teachers Association John Ropp and Richard Lowden of Henry county chased a horse tblef from New Castle to Danville reacbln here Saturday morning They drove the distance of 80 miles in a buggy Tbe thief was last heard of at Shelby City The protracted meeting at the Bap tlst church closed Friday night wltb 25 additions Dr Byron H Dement of Loulavlllovrho conducted the meotlol is one of the best preachers Danvl1lo congregations have recently heard Dr E L Powell of Louisville beg an- a revival at the Christian church Ian nightDuring the matinee of the Lillian Tucker Comedy Company at the Di n- vlllo opera house Saturday afternoon onsidorable excitement was created when Arthur Frank little son of lobo wholesale groceryman fell beadloog out of the gallery The parquet was crowded with women and children and apparently everyone screamed when bo tumbled However he was nOt seriously hurt and displayed tees alarm than anyone else In the building The Infant white boy which was left m the door step of Ben Rains a re DOCted colored man at Needmoro last reeic continues quite ill from the exposure There is considerable talk of- a grand Jury Investigation next week rhen circuit court convenes Aicoi ng to rumor the father and mother of he child are known Should the In ant die as a result ot exposure tbo ullty parties if discovered will doul less be severely handled The Jltlo girl found on the porch of a colored WOo man was called for several weeks nilO by unknown parties Tbls case may aleo be Investigated THIS AND THAT railroad traffic 10 ColoradoIIn Bourbon county Newt Jett was fatally shot by Joseph Johnson a tenai A little boy and girl were murdered In a suburb of Des Molnes Iowa while eo routo home from church Maj Lvttleton W T Waller tried by court martial for the killing of FU ilnos without trial was acquitted The cholera situation In the proving ce about Manila has grown alarmln There have been 418 cases and 318 saths Philip Hans a student In the Louh vlUe Manual Training High Schoc was arrested on the charge of pasalc lunterfelt money One hundred regular and special trains have been provided by the Texas Pacific to carry visitors to tbe onfederate reunion In Dallas L ft N stock was forced up to 133 yesterday closing at 128 John W Gates and crowd have the market cornered and are squeezing the shorts Students of State College Lexlogtoi have Issued a card In which they defend President Patterson and blam mmandant McKee for the recent sorders at the institution WITH thyaod- pusb of the gentlemen who compose tbe compao the Lincoln Oil Gas S ineral Co has advanced its work with unusual rapidity It has completed Its organization secured some ot the- most valuable leases In the locality In- tbat they are as close at could be obtained to the Baughman well The compaoy already has a good working cplLal from the sale of Its stock and It- bas entered the field in a manner that monstrates the community has cltl- zeos who aro capable of grasping a sit uatlon Wo are informed that it will put d6wn several wells In the Immedl- ate future on Its choice leases CHURCH MATTERS Thero will be a Sunday School con- veotton of the Christian churches In tbe 8th district held at Harrodsburg May 1315 A splendid program is In prospect All are invited Rev Silas Delmar Conger of lob- eFlrt Presbyterian church at Columbus Grove 0 gave out the announces meot that be would spend his vacation In he woods chopping and cutting up bll supply of fuel for next winter How aro there In your fam 11y inquired the canvasser for tho clty directory Five said Mr Meeker liMy wife- two sons and two daughters Then there are six altogether No thats all There are no other childrenOut you make the sixth dont youIO yes I suppose eo But I dont co nt for much in this famllvItChlc- agolrlbuoe Tho grandfather of the late and unl- vcreally lamented Gen Wade Hampton 1 tlald to have died possessed of 3000- slavos But was be wbo lived all his long and glorious life- lupreme lord and master of aod dying left to the heirs of his body aod to all mankind only the lesson of biB uncompromising fidelity to truth as be Interpreted it and to conscience as 10 Itili small voice It admonished him ouisvillo Times Read the pedigree of Geo W Put lIam fine jack Tom Keene which ap- peare elsewhere Ho fa a line breeder 4 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mat McCabe li deed at Somerset Henry Boats Sr aged 80 Is dead In MercerEmanuel Elliott of the Perryvl section U dead nt 80 year Mrs O D MoMannma who woe burned at Somerset died Dr B D Cox was assassinated by an unknown person at Jaclcfoa James Meredith was shot and killed In the mountains near PloevlMe On the Kentucky tilde of Jelllco tJn Haun tabbed his wife perhaps fatally W R Denbsm f SOB the Danvll coal men sold 428 cart of coal III nloo months The Marlon fiscal court fixed the lov for the present year at 60o on each 100 and 11 60 Mill tax Ballard Coombs was given 12 years Imprisonment for killing John Owen in Madison cAunty William Vinegar a Cincinnati Southern fireman was killed at Oakdala Jy the overturning of his engine The machinery Is on the ground aod the derrick is being erected to begin a 2000 toot well In East Corbin County Judge Prewitt of Boyle county Is suffering with a badly swblle eye which threatens blindness G Wash Tuggle aged 63 died Iud enly In Wayne A wile and five chl Iron including Sam Tuggje of Boyle jrvlvo The Odd Follows of Harrodsbur have closed a contract with the Clncii latl Carnival Company to give a sfci fair there May 12 to 17 A keg of powder exploded at Wiltoi mine near Willlameburg sod two young men who were In the room were so badly injured that they will die The board of prison commlsklonor refused to parole E K Wilson who was convicted for a term of five year or the murder of a woman at London Robert Gradder was brought to Loo Ion charged with counterfeiting Hi was arrested at Burning Springs Clay ounty and bad In his possession 801 ounterfelt nickels I A Chicago syndicate has taken op lone on tee properties of seven coal ompanles in Laurel county If the deal goes through all the Laurel mines will bo consolidated W E Grubbs of Junction City bee tared an Injunction suit against Nan 010 Pence to prevent her from selling a tract of land which Wilt levied on to satisfy a judgment of 300 scoured by tannio PflDCO for breach of proml to at lobo last term of the Doyle olrcultcourt Some Stanford ladles visit the Jill jgularly each Sunday and bold sei vlres with the prisoners This Is an nprovement on taking Dowers kitting aod otherwise making heroes of noted rimlnqls practiced so extensively by inllmenlallsts the fair sex Somer JournalThe Oratorical Coo- telt Is to be held at Danville April 18 Central Universitys representative will be James W Parker K S G K U and Georgetown will also be rep resented by able men There will be a once after the contest and a baseball game that afternoon W R Jones a brakeman has filed suit in the Boyle circuit court against tbe C N O d T P railroad and the Eaet Tennessee Telephone Company forl- obe sum of 15000 for injuries claimed to have been sustained during the- beavy fall of sleet In February Jonet was standing on the top of a moving freight car near the depot when a wire whlcb was down caught him beneath lobe ohio and threw him from the car Ho for Dallas I Uv C Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 2jth CENT A MILE i Finest trains in the South THROUGH TO DALLAS i without change on Spe cial Confederate Veterans Trains from Chattanooga and intermediate points Should enough business materialize IIA wilt also be run frombentuckyend Tennessee points Stop Overs en route are allowed on Q C tickets Choice of routes via New Orleans or via ShreveportA- sk Ticket Agents Queen tk Crescent Rorte about rates and schedules Free maps ant books sent tot the taking cw nil piv P ION tar CINCINNATI T WirT r 4 T A VIIINaTON NT- r e OOHN e P A CiATTNNOONTtNN A rHtKWW T P Au IMMINMAfALA WJ MUAPMT WC HlNCAI011C- INCINIIATI OCNa NANOWN QN L PO COT h e ii t 5I fi l A Great Dollar Skirt Ityou decide to exchange a dollar i for one ot these II Sorosls Petti coats youll get the greatest skirt Sevaluethat your moneyever bought yInthe first place the material i of e quality than you could Yscarcely expect In a skirt at this And then It Is elegantly r4trinuned with a very deep flounce and neat ruffle llut the best point about this garment Is the rway that It It made Every team is strapped and there are no places for the dust to hide Every stitch Is honestly end conscien tiously taken and you ll never be bothered with ripe and rents The yoke makes every Soroalt Skirt fit like a rnxdotoorder garment I Its price la only LOG flaps Levu Props I f S K11ti1ti1NtiKN1 1 t S 5 00e t a1 t S t 1 J For Sale Pure Barred Plymouth Hock Ejt K for 110 at II for IS Carefully selected cpnsafel Tanked From OatS brrrd of stock 1r J V Logan Jr Paint Lick I- fyNOTICE Central Fire Insurance Compy LEXINGTON KY All parties having claim against the Oa tral hire Insurance Company of Lexington Kentucky are herebT notlflrd that an order baa been entered In the Paynttv Clrcal Court directing tbat all damns be pracentet to and filed with me the Itccelrvr of seta Unrapany on or before the lath ilny of May 1801 C C OALIIOUN- llecelver Central Fire Insurance Co He Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Mutual Pool on future Lvcnts The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Ilrook lyn and Suburban handicaps Derby etc Estimated value ash pool lloooeo TICKETS II EACH For entries circular + nd full particulars address MUTUAL SWEEPSTAKES ASSN Milton Young Mgr Lexington Ky Reference Lexington City Natl Hank BEAZLEY HAYST- J1TDEBTASES3 auO DEALSM t Furniture llinttingei11ugi And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right ITANFORD KENTUCK EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County and a Business House A Other Desirable Property in Stanford As Executors of the last will and testa moot of John B Murphy Sr deceased we will at the front door of Court House In Stanford o- nSaturday May loth 1902 sell at public auction to the highest bidder these parcel of real estate which belong to tho estate of testator towltt 1 The business house and lot on the southeast corner of Main and IuncaUoi streets In Stanford which Is now occupied by John Bright Jr k Co 2 The tract of about JO acre of land situate In thetoutbwcatern part of Stanford 3 The fartd of about 300 acre of excel lent land situate about 3 miles from Stan ford on the IIuatouTllle This farm will first bo offered In two parcel ono of about 180 acre being that part on the north tide of the phial the other of about 60 acre On the south side of the pike Then the farm will bo ottered as a whole and the boat bid In the aggregate accepted t A parcel 0 350 acres dt knob land near Terms of Sale Onefqurth cash remaind er in one and two years with Interest from dato secured by lien retained The purchaser to get the proportionate rent from day of sale and full possession Jan 1 1003 Tho purchaser of tho 1811 aero tract on tho pike le to assume tho payment to Mrs Mary J Murphy of the sum of lIDO Ufobut no loager Tor particulars celon John B Murphy near Sale to begin at 3 p m W i1 Jr J S Murphy Executors Cl U 1 t ted SI e e1i i ti e S ijt e a1 9 1 SPECIALS ff 1 atthe Grand Leader idS for this week 1 Special vuluM In Lmlios Skirts from tOo i up to 85 Llogaut liuo aitlo Ilmnburge 1gillbnllll +++w sInserting lust in worth 15 cents special price for this week 9o n ynnlJ Nov Ginllo Corsets worth 75o upcoinl JOG Now T line India Linens special price for Ithis week Wo sell the fgunrnntccil Dutches Trousers from 150 to 85 Seo our hue I ndioe Street lints worth 150 fipcoinl price for this week tt 890iGRAND LEADER Mare Blevu I e wNw 111Ni t e S Reliable Goodsr IiLow Prices W H MUELLER i I 5 Jtj 30 years experience at the bench I W B McROBERTS DRUGGISTII Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD K- YOUTICLOSING I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale Tho read ers ofthis puller know the kind and quality of wnitingforhave an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE tome Qc1Bee our Q1c1Bome fine of gas io1affevThffi1erJ in Postoflice Building on MtU- NMrs Garland Singleton 1a NEW JOB STORB Zlmorae Storeroom Stanford DIg job lot of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hate Cape Etc to close out and great bargains are offered All we ask Is a trial Get our prices before buying elsewhere No trouble to show KoodeIM Snyder Son Stanford MILLINERY DISPLAY MillineryonApril 10th and 17th to which tho public Is cordially Invited oycrydOInrtllloni balein K7 iIIt w JI II J H BOONE CO I Prop letoraeLivery feed And Sale Stable Dracos Old stand Depot St STRNAO1UKY Now and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel log lieu Phone No 06m THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1STANFORD KY u Ain 15 1002 1 In ailing your proscriptions wo UBO tho right medicines In tho exact proper dons and with proper care Wo could not do bolter If yon paid us double tbo vtprice which le always reasonable Pen Drug Storo werep S PERSONALS I I t J O McCLAHV continues III t TDn A 8 PlUCE la at Crab Orchard k Springs DR II A JONES spent Saturday In r CincinnatimAND are + lllng ID Loultvlllo Miss DORA UAUQIIMAN Is vlsiLoj relative In Danville ATTOKNEY J K ROIUNSON of Lancaster was hero yesterday MR AND MRS It K SALLBE ofw Danville wero here Sunday MR S P Stall of Fayclto was hero aovcral dayi on business taMILLARDbelt citizens was here Saturday MRS JULIA CHASE and Miss MarybPeyton wont to Louisville Friday MR JAMES P GOOUE of Huston vlllo has been mado notary public PRETTY Miss LUOILE JOHNSON of r Klngsvllle Is with Mrs A P Hunn MISS LAL PJCKETT of Shelby has been with her sitter Mrs Wm Sever ance MRS E J WRIGHT Is back from Montana and Is the guest of Mrs J S Murphy I MR W L MARTIN of Somerset Is with father Mr A G Martin for a few days MJ DUKKMAU of Wllllauubur t was mingling with the court day crowd yesterday r A C MCKLWAIN of Franklin spent several day with his sister Mrs J S Owsloy Jr MRS OBNBDICT SiALDiNO of Lebanon r came up Sunday to see her father ColTP Bill WILL SIIBLTON of Lebanon Juno tine spent several days with his preg ante ut Rowland DR J M ACTON and Judge Juno C llemphlll Of Lancaster were caller a at this oltlco Friday MR OBO C KHLLRII JR editor off the Lexington Obeorver was horeSun day looking fat and Ono MR M b LBVY of Louisville spent yesterday with hla brother Mr S B l Levy In the Grand Loader Store MR W R DUNHAM of Doyle patt through to Wllllamiburir Saturday see his brother who Is very HI 1JedMRS T D NBWLAND and T D Jr leave Friday for Dallas to visit her son and daughter MR O A FRITH of Drodhcad or Jars his paper sent to Lexington whor- ho has gone to take a business course HORN to the wile of Walter iliac of the Maywood section a flue son De has been named William Oiiannon lllco Mossits JOHN B COKKEV of Columbia and D H Skinner of fusion vlllo wore hero looking for horses SaLe urday SrunoKON SvjirsoN formerly of Casey Is now an attendant at Lakeland Asylum to which place he orders bis paper sent MRS JOHN STEKLB GARCKNTER and pretty daughter Miss Lillian Carpenter of Oustonrlllo wore guests of rel ative hero PROP M O WINFREY attended tho Eighth District Teachers Association at Harrodtburg and reports It a succor in every way MR THOMAS F JOHNSON wile and Miss Bella Johnson of Klogsvlltr leave this week for Hood River Ore goo to locate- SATURDAYS Courier Journal con tamed a good picture of Mis Louie Farris the pretty daughter of Senator George T Farrls of Lancaster Miss ANNE COOK HUFFMAN of Lox ington who has boon very ill at Dan Hall Boston le rapidly Improving he friends In this county will bo glad to learnMR H L TIIARI who has boon night agent at the depot has boon transferred to day operator at East Bernstfcdt Mr Vincent Arnold who worked nights hero some months ha succeeded him DR WM DOORES of Crab Orchard returned Saturday from Cumberland county whore he leased some oil lands He says Burkevlllo Is a splendid town inhibited by people above the average in intelligence Ex SHERIFFS M OWENS and Dr C Barker returned Saturday from the Beaver Creek Oil Cae well In Wayne much pleased with the prospects stands several hundred foot in the first well of 1000 feet and another will bo sunk at onto Tho gentlemen caught a largo wild goose on their trip of which they are very proud MRS BETTIE SMITH and Mrs Single Bobbin of Stanford Bro visiting M A E Gibbons Miss Nowburn of flu s V tonvllle la the guest of Mies Noll Ad ams GUI Cooper of Huntington W Va Is visiting the families of Dr W B Penny and Mr Lytlo Miss Edna Baughmao of Hustonvlllo who baa been spending a few days In Lexington Is the guest of lire Monte Fox Mrs B Powell Is visiting relatives I a uetonvllleAdvocate SAM N MATIIENY Is 111 of C1tlelyclever exsheriff was hero yesterday I MR M SNYUER of Louisville spout yesterday wltb his son here MR GEOROE T MCROHERTS of j CTHEexpected to live thrush the day Mlddleburgleltpr IMnsynodsI forMootllomorvscoured a position MR CoNRAU HIATT ono of tbo I J e ost substantial Rookcustlo paid us a call yesterday frlendeIMR AND MRS JOHN H w ore at Paint Lick yesterday OrltlcallyIII I TilE I J has few better or more sub Lutesho I aftorIIvoSATURDAYS Louisville Time con MissAnnaMrs A Trlbblo of Junction City Miss JDreckInrldloeta Reunion LOCALS I OIL leases printed while you waft This olllco I PURE Red Cap Egg I attl per set 1 ting Mrl L M Wcstorfield j FOR SALE 250 nlco wire fence posts M rs J M White Stanford Ky I JESSE C LYNN the clover Daovfh- utcherb hoe opened a branch shop unction City BALET D Newland sold to Jacob Gander 132 force of his farm on Somer sot pike at tlO FROM April 3d I will pay the market price Jn Cash for eggs J K Ashley MoKlnnoy Ky 3w FOR sale I the bouse vacated t K O Walton Good stable and arden Apply at this olllco UNIK68 our saaks are returned or paid for at once our collector will call on you at none for lame J n Baugh mantCo 1 I JOUN MHIBH an old Stanford boy will set a flue dinner at his hotel In Danvlllo next Monday county court Don forgot him TilE U D Ce took In 183 on their dinner given In Severance L Sons old storeroom yesterday The money will go to the Confederate homo fund Ir Is more tban likely that Mr L B factoroand pins for telephone and tolegrop- poles I TilE Central Lumber Co with head quarter at Plttsburg Pa hoe opened a lumber and stave yard on tbo Chris flea Bros lot at Junction City and wilt do a big business WANTED50 horse and mules Will bo at Doll k Glbonoya livery stable Liberty Friday April 13th and at A lords livery table Uustonvllle SaL urday 10th Joe Jordan 2t A SMALL black ponyandtop were taken from a residence on LexIo ton pike two miles from Lancaete- Iiloa Bongo of Danville will pay f ofjI BEGIN TOMORROW Manager Gray 1 of the Green River Development Co wile us that drilling for oil In their well on Green River will bo resumed tomorrow and pushed as rapidly as pose 1 ble Other wells on their lessee In this county will bo sunk In a very short time Mr Gray thinks his company has good territory and ho will spare no means In developing It I Hondereorn narrow es capo from death of our former towns man Yesterday in the Loutsvlllo Nashville yard Waverly Hamilton was caught between the platform of iii o freight depot and a moving freight and bis hip was badly bruised As t 1car moved bo was caught between It and a projecting plank and witS turn ad I completely around twice Ho tone carried Into the freight dooot and later ambulance conveyed him to the Late or Hospital After an examination it was laid ho was not seriously Injured nJr m death I Stanford Oil Gas L Devolop rmoot Company with a capital stock of only 1 1000 has secured a leaso on t land of J H Raines on Koala creek lying Immediately abovo the Bough man well and within 600 yards of ltw ill begin drilling within the next 30 days reTho mostattroctlvo feature claimed by this company for the Investor le Its small capital stock and the location of Its leases It also has leases surround log the water works whore gas w aa struck In no Inconsiderable quantities As soon as the well on the Ralne Ion so has been completed this company will drill a well on Its loaf mentioned e- nA 8 low shares of Its capital stock bavo DOlbecn subscribed quickly1 ANOTHER lot of new buggies just In i See them llgRlnl McKlnney I VcheapFOUND on Main treat a pair of gold spectacles Got them at this olllce by paying for tote notice IG A PEYTON and John D Mershon deCoaTree L k N w111sell roundtrip ticket at ono faro to Louisville April 2123 NjttvalSix floe utalllons were exhibited at the horse show at Hustonville Saturday afternoon A good crowd was p resent THE wife of Jim Tall colored died Friday night and Saturday evening the husband was put In jell for being drunk and disorderly AliOUT tbo only thing dono In court yesterday was the probating of James Hilton will He loft his entire estate to his wife who WILl named as execu trlx I PLEASE remember our terms are cash and those who have asked us to ticket them for a few days will pleaspcall and settle and greatly obll o H Baughman s Co BYOUNOMrsabout 40 died at her homo at Brodbead Sunday morning after a protracted ill anid Two car loads of oil drilling machln cry were unloaded at McKinney Satur day It wa token to Smith it Withers lease near Jumbo where drilling wil begin as soon as possible tBOCOIIT A STORE I Mr Conrad Ulan who has been running a store ut- Hlatt near Brodbead for Dunn 5 Hamm bought the stock Friday and trill continue the business soiling good goods at low prices MislesJ Harvey Minks postmas ter at Moreland died Sunday afternoon after a short Illness of pneumonia Ho was about 66 year old and an Invalid wife and several children survive him Mr Minks was ono of the leading re publicans of the county PBACJIQS ILLEDMr J C McKee who has a poach orchard of 30 trees near Ktngsvlllc wile us the thorn will bo few If any peaches tble year The buds which wero formed last Fall were killed during averycalw night In December ho rape I CapthJunction City Is being sued by Mr Oio H locker for 11000 for tolling woo lots for taxes to the alleged In jury of the credit of plaintiff and that the sureties of Capt Penn as tax col lector aro alsq plaintiffs In suit aggre gating a similar amount WILL FORSLEADMr A C Sine who bee bad years of expo 1rleoco In lead mines and Mr Forestus Reid who owns land under which It le generally believed lead In abundance exist will begin search for that rain hasgbothurlog a rich vein SOME tlmo aI report was current that Mr George S Shelby who mov ed from this county to Ponca City O T had embarked In the hotel business When wo saw him at Junction City the other day wo asked him how bo was getting on as mine host lam doing pretty well but I feed and care for horse not people I suppose somo ono saw my stationery headed Hotel De lose and didnt know the meaning of the latter word and naturally supposed that It was a name I bad chosen for a hotel In answer to our question bow many horses do you keep bo sold About 125 feed and livery horses and I need more Our people are great Sundaydologo fishing Wo aro glad to state that Mr Shelby IB doing well In hie new home A man of his energy sad good anywherebI TilE concensus of opinion Is that the BaughmanII ThoIclout thickness was discovered which indicates a general oil field Wltb LbeIIcommunI aulatIno one lose his hood but rather men keep his feet together fur while ono well does not necessarily mean an oil field I tho extremely bright and there areroaop reasons to bellove that a brighter and better day has dawned for Stanfo d 10 mllca from Danville It A GENTLEMAN who heard Judge M 0 SauUeys talk before the Eighth Die Harrodlburlrcst effort be has beard In years MtVernon London tin of this place third money There wero 10 entries Coleabout 000 feet from the good ono found thodorrlckused on the first well will remain where It le all may be necessary to go deeper Into the earth I tboNeroMiss Jane Drown at too Liberty fair lat August was given 21 years In the penitentiary Vandeveer was brought klllloRforhaving been freely Indulged In MATRIMONIAL A Grant county Ok woman refuted the belief that her sex cant drive a nail by driving ono Into her drunken husbands headIThe average man seems to think If he marries a woman ho hen her love se cure but too real problem Is to hold It after ho has married her It was a pleasant surprise given the people of town when Dr E C Chap pell and Miss Susie Wilson bled away to the residence of Rev W C L Cor and were made one Somerset Re ublican Tho following was received by this office yesterday Mr and Mrs Geo uckner announce tho marriage of daughter May to Mr E Pen nlngton Saturday April 6 1002 Phee nix Arizona Mr Pennlngton Is a too of Mr T M Penalngton of this place and woof West tome six or seven years ago The following Is telegraphed from Chicago A unique romance ended In the marriage of Miss Anna B Deitrlcb Ot Maysvllle to Charles N Campbell 1of this clip Mrs Campbell who IB a comely young woman met Campbel- live year ago while en routo from Ne York to Cincinnati Mr Campbell wife had died leaving six children t bis taro Miss Deitrlcb became Inter sated In tbo welfare of tho little one and correspondence between Hlnclnmv ti rind New York was bocun which eventually coded In the marriage In this olty An unusual wedding occurred In Wy minI county W Vu not far from Pocahontas Va The wife of William Market died a few days ago leaving her husband and several small children the youngest being a babo one week old At the conclusion of the funeral service In the little chapel Markell ape proached the minister and banded him a document permitting any ordained minister to unite In wedlock William Markell and Mine lades Richards a Thetonce and the audience which bad come to condole proceeded to congrat too bridegroom who bad boos a idower only a taw days When a woman is 1imagina her givesfantastic j and threat ening shape to the most fa miliar objects day she starts in fear at every sudden or unfamiliar sound night the fund ture her room takes on af- frighting forms goblinreason with the NeitberL can quiet them They must be nourished and then the outcry of the nerves will cease as naturally as a hungry thud ceases to cry when fed nervous women there is no better tonic and nervine than Dr Tierces Fa vorite Prescription It cures the diseases produce nervousness in drainsinflammationweakness It tranquilizes the nerves the appetite induces refreshing sleep When I began taking your medicine I was not able to stand pa my reel ten minute at a 1138rrinJrstilLWouldattendIngagainTold aaiptioaandOoldenMedIccatDiscoveryandhe water each day hut I thought I would 1dC the medicine a sir trill Before I bad finUhed the first two bottles I was able to get outside the house and walk around the I kept on taking the medicines andtheycured Dr Pierces Pellets cure biliousness laughFOISTED t such as iiunllng fishing etc i I Dont ra two Pstra Jroll whm 1011 baT orueUm t thelargeatwbolralotaerandweoaeryou rebtcltomSave two Profitsfor you on barnm and other hone Illustntedataloguetowhtehwedeeenbethebaggksenrre7 DonswiltV J have the catalogue b7 you for future use THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE a HARNESS CO trIIIColumbuO PO Bog 772 11 giBUinncnt V G L CARPENTER W G WITHERS FURNITURE t d CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS WALL PAPER FRAMING A SPECIALTY s Withers Furniture COrQUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWireStovesRangesFull stock in nil departments Fresh fruit every 1 week Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery COoCorner Opera House Block nVicks Garden Seeds are tho best on the market h e QejlOltJ w S lN1YSSJO yT- be Boys 90 of today are the men ilm of tomorrow 9 Teach them the importance of getting ae t- edetheir moneys worth e with every purchase l S now This is always done if you buy theyfamous Hopkins bi boys nlothinir be ii ir cause the tailoring is perfect the styles pretty b 1 and they arc worth the money you pay for them fit Sold in Stanford only by 4 w McROBERTSp w w t1s t4b 9h4 Oba icys It d Alta y 1ba caa gtJea w 4 + iftJWi a a n a abti rat te 1 iMwr c w A aa J1 it1S I Oil Investments Are a Good Tiling But if you trade with us it is a paying investment all the time as we sell you good goods ijatmoneysaving pricestLook at our new goodsstyles to suit all fi1tostcs prices to suit all purses I NEW f 1Ilosdownes We cant enumerate half the new goods we have so come see them while theyre fresh Severance Sons New Store I I DontTake Pills Icurebowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the Intestines aexecute their natural functions Unnat compelScontlnll3lattain the results acts an rhoIliver cures Chills e and Fever and every torn of Malarial Bilious jtemitting and nter i- mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure i FIFTY CENTS PER DcTTc2 j dciPHE JOURNAL t Entered n the post ofce at Stanford fU tcondclati matter trN oltahaaTtawSgPw esaQ3r rtdvaA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH a WTe n not sopsldmaOO will beehsrted t i e I rt I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION j1 t No II Train going Nona11ISa mI mttNo26I o 1152 p m For all Points t rKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION wHo 4 learn Stanford 11ItMam No 5 arrlTea at Stanford t5ara t Voyi leaTM Stanford aL 230 p m tR A JONES DENTIST Stanford By 1Officeovor iliggios A McKtnnoys Ston Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills J13 McKINNEY Prop MoTSinuey Ky Make and keep constantly on hand the bet of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Ohlck en Feed ka Prices very reasonable Cus tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller BROWN a BROWN Attorneys at Law i Office in Masonic Bids SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Court also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted O COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland thus winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L 8HELTON Rowland Ky a MONUMENTSHlRFJZIll1 H White lironza IH to tOOl In the monument business what the Improved drnphvnd ew- Ing machine u to the ilU hand method or 1 the palace car Is to the old stage road It Is the advanced thought of tho agO It Is Indestructible and wit tjcrptttmte lilt re cords and our ones It Is very banuttfutwith a frosted silver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt OtlAriOnOHARD KV kJ+ J+ J4CJ A Y UETDEBTAEEB EMBALMERl And DealearIn F B1TESF 3A DDLE2T0- Mtanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of IxmtavUle will be at St Asapli Hotel Sanrord o71T fitb One Day Oalj Now Is the time Dont neglect your beat friendyour eyes Eye examined and liaises scientifically adjusted Dont neglect your chlldrens eyes Omce hour 0 a m to S p m eachbare on harness trcatnl UhFurtkaJUr eels OU It Wta e the kctpttheleaih ereuft end plk able Suicbcs do not break No roust fur face lo bare ana cut The I harness not keep t lakinclks Dew bet wean twlc I eelongbythueofEertka L lUnieuUU f I Sold 1Inv blade 1Company lAilf esr Blue Grass Nurseries SlIUNO OP 1005 Fruit and ornamental tree grape vlnOl asparagus small fruits and everything for orchard lawn and garden We have no agents but sell direct 10 the planter II F HILLKNMKVEIt Lexington Ky Turnpke Road Districts Sections Aumunt of Work Regular term Lincoln unty Fiscal Court held April 3 1003 lion Jas P Dalley Judge presiding with the following Jus lice of the eaeo presort to wits Jat A Dudderar W D Wallln A Smith F K OomptonIt the court that the turn itfourtrlcts be allotted to each of tile magistrates tor supervision and It la further order that the amount kind quality and qua tltr of metal to be spread upon each turn puIlcationIn Stanford Ky and by prlrtcd handhll as well as the time when said metal shall be the turnpike or section them In condition to be measured by the magi trato In whose district the turnpike or section thereof Is located aqd when so men tired the amount thereof shall be certlfli by said magUtrato to the Fiscal Court at Its regular October and April terms In each year and when approved by said court GO per cent of the value thereof shall bo ce tided by geld court to the Sheriff of Lincoln county for payment the remaining 40 percent of the contract shall be paid when the full amount of metal contracted for hall have been upon the turnpike or section thereof as directed by tho magtstra who will designate when and where ba metal shall be spread and the thlckne thereofNo shall be spread before Sept 1 nor later then Jan 11903 sealed bids will be received by the court not later than 12 oclock noon standai time April lIt 1003 and the work to be done said turnpikes or sections thereof shall be awarded to the person making the lowest and best bid therefor court reserving the right to reject any or all bid A rod of rock or gravel shall consist of MS cubic feet The rock must be broke small enough to go through twoInch rinK The rock l to be the best quality obtainable In the locality The clerk of this court Is directed to hue irlnted copies of this order together with oplea of turnpike districts sections and work to be done on the turnpike or section hereof The ditching of the turnpike will be lets tbe same time and place but thq bids for Itching must be separate and not Include In the bid for The contract for the ditching will be made for the GO pn cent ot the work done to be paid at the egular October term and the residue at the April term 1998 If dltche4 bv plowing loose dirt to be removed from the ditches Itches to be kept open during the year The clerk Is directed to spread upon the order book of this court the turnpike by sections which ate as follows towlt STANFORD DISTRICT Stanford nnd Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Itanford to Vm Logans lane 15 rod rock cc 2 from Win Logan s lane to Garrar Inc 5 rods rock and It rods gravel Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford and Lancaster pike to Hawkins branch 123 rods rock Sec 2 from Hawkins branch to lubble 12H rods rock Danville and Lancaster plko 5 rods rock rods gravel- StanfordaudDanvlllepike Sec 1 iron itanford to Coo Hoppers house 15 rods rock Sec 2 from Oeo Hoppers house to 80111 county line 40 rods rock Stanford Knob Lick pike Sec 1 rom Stanford and Huston vllle plko to Hang Ing Fork creelf 1SS rods Sec 2 from Hanging Fork creek to Danville ant lustonvllle 12Jj rods gravel Lincoln and Doyle County pike 10 rod ravelStanford and Sllllcdgevlllo pike Sec- om 1 Stanford and Hustonvllle pike to Sic ormacks church 5 rods rock and 5 rod ravel Sec 5 from McCormucka church 12H rods gravel IB4B OBUUBD DI11RHT Cub Orihanl and Cbapiwlla Up pike 10 rods ra l20wd roekmulth rock Crab I Irr hard and Lanca ter pike Sec 1 from U W Evans to Crab Orchard IS role rock Sec 2 from U W Kvans to It ford line IS rods rock Suo lord and 1reachtriTllle pike Sec 1 front Unfurd old Crab Orchard pike to Wllierwni ranch 10 rods rock Sec 2 from Wllkersooi sub to Crab Orchard and lancuter plkelS rodi rock Slanford and Crab OrcbarJ pike Sec 1 from D lane li rods bywatenleCrab Orchard 40 rods Stanford end Uttenhtlm pike See 1 turn Stla- ford and Homenet pike lu J U Lynn 10 roJd- rock Stc from J U Lynns Louse to Boogies icktmlth shop 10 role rock Kc 3 from Uoonss ickimlth abet to Otenheliii 10 rods frarel Stanford UU ItUer Urrarll County end White Oak tike Sec I from I A N It U to mouth of iddr nrs Min Uoad at J U Hlatt sS rods gravel ad a rnlt rock Stc 2 from Duddcrar Mill Bead t J K lllitii to end of road 10 rods rock and 10- rod gravel WAVXESDlBO UISTKIIT Stanford and Waroaburg pike Sic 1 from 8laofurd to Uttenbclni pike 10 tock SfOJl- rohl IMUnhctm Ill to Maywood county road to Israel See 3 from MOO c unty road to itersitore lOrotli rock See 4 from Carters ire to lliiichlntons icnoolboiue 8 rods rotk- tec 4 from Iluchln on scboolhouM to Butt or 10ro lixraTtl Sec 0 lr m Units ilora to Dsiiille pike S rock Sec 7 KlojiTl 1 pike to Ueo Oalnee hour a role rock Sec II Own Inn Louse lo O W Cllfts huw 10 rods rock- See II U W Cliffs house to Waynesburg 10 rods rock Clogirllle and Pleasant Iolnt pike Sec I from ijnetburg pike to County ILwd leading from- Caaey County 10 rodi rock Sec 2 Trout Casey Ounllto KlngiTlllv 10 rode rock and South Fork Turnpike head 15 gravelIustonvllleandCoaeya31111lIke See 1 from utonTllln to Jno rdlrnlt- ecl from Joe McDanlcla to lit Salem store 12 rola rock msToxviuit DHTnirr lutlontllle and IlrtdrordiTllle pike X tads Tel tuttonrllle and liberty pike M rude granl nnvale anti 1lostoovllle pike Sec 1 frob tun tooYIII to MorrlaDd 0 rodt gruel Sec 2 Iron lollnd to Botto county line 60 gravel Carpenter Station and Moreland pike 2iJ tads Tel urnertTllle and kKlnney pike 20 role gravel Kinney and TumertTllle pike from JI Mur is lu 31c Klaney 10 r dt rock 10 rods graTeL ISU ford and Iluttonrllle pike See 1 from Stan ford 10 TurnnY1II n rodl rock See 2 from Tur tTllle to HuitonTllle 9 rile rock 15 rda gravel rumertTlll and McCurmaek Cburcb pike Sfe- llrom Turnemllli 19ke to Sam Helms bouteIO- rod S gravel Sec 2 from Sam Kelnia to C Bltbops 10 rods tire 3 from C Bishop to Stanford IKnohLickPlkelOrods gruel tied U COnpEU Clerk UntolD County Court Dr E P Peanlniton VC LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOH SALE Two fresh cows L L StanfordDoty Horace sold to M E AllenI five calves for li5IAlex Martin sold a bay gelding for 9110 hero ycstcrdayIFew good heav fresh cows wanted J C snOrt LaDcasterI L C Dunn bought here yesterday 31 yearlings at alb to 120 Isaac Oubbard eold to J 0 JOhasOD a 1100pound cow at 4c At the Hereford sale at Chicago 73 females averaged Batt 07 R E Leo Sims bought of George r Wood a black gelding for 8110 J A Glveps has sold seven of tho 10 mules advertleed In this paper Evan Lyon of the Turnorsvllle s ee lion finIshed planting corn Saturday Lutes Is Co bought of JL Beck 5 cattle for September delivery at 13H5 LtjtesCo bought of J C Coulter 10 yearlings nt 818 and sold them to Cotton of Madison at 810 50 J M Roberts sold yesterday a lot of two year olda at 4 to 6c soma helferll at 3c and a bunch of calves at 812 The big jack Emperor No 27 will serve mares at SS and jennets at 11010 Insure living colts I S Tovli Shelby City B D Carter and J N Cash bought 3f Pleas Tucker of Parksvllle a 1 t tends jack for ti85 See pedigree In next Issue- D C Allen bought last week IWO oads of cattle sheep and hogs at 21 to 40 for the cattle aka for tho sheep aDd 5 to Mo for the doge R S Scudder will have his stalllo Royal Denmark and Jack Dlack 3awk at Mlddleburg at 2 oclock nes1 Saturday afternoon See themC J W Dunn sold to Cogar of Drv intcville 8750 worth of hemp seed thls ear raised on 20 acres of big hill farm hat coat him CIO 50 per acre a few ears ago R B Wilkinson bought of Georc Joone a beef at 3c a lot of hogs from W A Tribble at 51e a beef nod lot of Loge from J 1Embry at 21 and 510 respectively W W Lyon bought of Geo F m lersotf of Doyle a fouryearold geld njf by Chester Dare dam Lady Hamlet by Hamlet for 8300 He Is a blac and Is handsome as horses get to be Simon Well of Lexington puruhat ed of F X Dawson eL Co and Jellllo Dawson d Co of Laruo county JtU slop cattle at 8530 the amount paid for the lot aggregating of 840000 The attle are on slop at tho New Have aod New Hope distilleries Charles Lutes of the firm of Lutes 1 Co was In Russell county last week iking up 40 fat cattle he engaged la8t December at 3 o He also bought 125 fa1 bogs for April 20 to May Cth dellv ery at 5Jc and 100 In this county for ume delivery at same price COURT DAY There were 150 cattl at A B Florences pjns yesterday lost alt of which sold Yearling roughs as high aa5c fat cows 31c common stuff 21 to 3o Thorn wore 101 cattle at I M Bruce1 pens wit rices about the same as the above Tbore was a demand for mules and a jnelderable number chanted hand at- fllO to 8135 Good horses were hunted fur but few changed hands THE WORLD GROWS BETTER Oh the earth Is full of sinning And of trqublo and of woe Bulo tha devil makes an Inning Every time we say its 10- And the way to set him scowling And to put him back a pace h to stop this stupid growling And to look things In the face H you glance at historys pages In sit lands and eras known You will find the burled ages Far more wicked than our own A R you scan each word and letter You will realize It more Tha the word today U better Than It ever was before There Is much that needs amending ID the present time no doubt Tnere Is right that needs defending There is wrong needs crushing out- ADd we hear the groans and curses Of the poor who starve and die Whllo the men with swollen purses In the place of hearts go by- Dutln spite of all the trouble That obscures the sun today- Just remember it was double In the ages passed away ADtI those wrongs all be righted 3ood shall dominate the land- For the darkness DOW Is lighted 3y the torch la Sciences bond Forth from little motes In Chaos Wo have come to what we are- And no evil force can stay us iVe shall mount from star to Itar- We shall break each bond and fetter That has bound us heretofore And the earth is surety better rban It over was before Ella Wheeler Wllcox COULD FILL THE 1APEH WITH THEM Thill paper might be filled with Items- IIko the following and everyone be tho- absoluto truth I hail rheumatism for- years and tried almost everything but got no permanent relief until I used Cham lalnfl Pain Balm three bottles of- which have cured me It is the best mfil- Iclne I ever used Philip E KlioadaPeun Tille Mo Pain Balm is for sale by Craig locker druggists The roar of the lion can be heard farthor than the sound of any other 111101 creature I Try Chamberlains Stomach and tve- rTblets the beet physic For sale by I Crall it Hocker druggists Tom eenelOr llurkos Old Tom Keono blae Irwhite points IB hand seven years old Rood bono and flno breeder Polls show forI themselves Will stand at es to Inn blares kept at SOc per week No response Itv for accident lEO W IULLIAM Shelby OUT Jy BlueJEye Thu spotted Shetland stallion Hlue Ets by Imported Blue Eye will make the r el- son of 100 at U the season cash at time of service or 18 to Insure a living soil Guy Logan flu mil ellIDanville Icntucky PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid bay black points 154 hand hlgbOo fylc Sired by Washington 54 Washington 91 was tired by Cotdwcll bo by Washington Denmark ho by Oalnol Denmark be by raco horse Denmark Flnt dam by Unicorn Id dam by Crusader 3d dam by Oockipur Preeton lit dam Uelle by Rhodcrlck 101 3d dam by Denmark Hello tho dam of Proton was a notod show mare It Is needles to commend bini as be is one of tho lineal show hones In Kentucky HU colu are earning to the front and bringing startling prices Ircston won tho 11000 Saddle Stake at Richmond and many more rich ones Preston will serve mares at 110 to Inuro Ilvlug colt Will keep mares on grass at 52 a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky Eagle BirdThe mluhty son ot the great King Eagle le tiled as a show stallion haa but tew quad lie won the S400 stake at toxin on Ky defeating some of the gnash bones that Kentucky has over produced Eagle Bird as a sire of good hl11 ntthed honK Is not surpassed Ills 00114 oro In demand and are for hlgb rices either for business or brooding pu fIOM Will make the present toon at the table of his owners 2 miles west of 6tni ord on tbe Shelby City pike at the III price of 10 to Insure a Living Galt Carting with the mare forfeits the Insurant Also at the same place we will stand the fiDe mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM- t ti to Inure No hotter mule leek will be offered for public service than this oni For further particulars address E P Woods G Sorusr- ANKOHD KY Gaiton 12910 Standard and registered Sired by Oatr bettll Wilkes 2IOJ sire of Oulnette 21- 1ottlotoralne2eeiEyelet2gei4Dr Mot Ical 2O98j and 90 others In the 230 Flat dam Daisy Field granddam of Allee rllkea 217 and Aleatta 818 by Bnflel Ire of 0 In 2ao and the dams of M In 39 orbetterSecond dam Quickstep by Kontuck Prince Jr sire of J Q In LemonAde 2 274 and others and dams of 0 In the ntThird dam by Old Joe are of tbe dame J Q ZITW Oarabetta Nukes sons and aughton have over IOU In the SM lit alton carries the blood of the four leadln imllles Wllkc Ilarabletonlan Mamrirln blot and Seeleys American Star Oalton U a great show horse as has 1J4en tested In the show rings Ills colts have been shown three jcors In euree sign I- ustonrlllo Danvlllw Springfield and otbc airs and have won the largest premium- tor harness elassu over all others rovon a great cross on sadJle mare as he ItV81 his colts finish nctlon and step and thoy are selling for the stable Gel toD will serve mUM at tny two mite wet or IlDstonvllle at f10 TO INSURE 1VINO COLT Will keep mares on grai at f2 por month after May 1 W M DODD Dignity Dare DascmiTiON Foaled 1805 Kihand 31 in high weighs in good flesh 120 funds bay with block wonIilerfuliovlcdgcd as superior to all As a- show horse ho lias madon good record inning in his class and bweonstake many tlos In his Jyenrold form- woro 13 lilur ties out of 14 shows thro Contral Kentucky In harness ho Is- Or stylish well gaited with pure de- oldell action and stops a eli tow Kad- dlo horses can show making hint a- barnos horso of the hlghost typo Under saddle ho Is ottrDctho with bost of lino action speedy soparatini hiM gates jwrfectly with knee action cossary for an uptodato sire Ills- colts though young aro totho- front and fast ranking him ono of tho- best of breeders which class bring sensational prices Ills colts are largo ngy with long well sot neck fino hacks broad flat hone with great action and best of colors 1 respectfully Invflo you to call and inspect them be- foro booking your mores EDIGKKK Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S II R hu by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Ea o 74ho by King William 07 ho by Washington Denmark 04 ho Gainos Den- mnrk 61 he by raco horse Denmark o S ho by imported Ifcdgeforrt 1st- dam Lizzie No 1317 WUllamwolchmjhe dom by Abdullah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th damThorough bred Wclchmonts let dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2803 iVill make the season 1002 at Jnwn- Mere Stock Farm 2t miles West of istonvillo Ky onBradfordsvillo 0 istonvillo pike nearCarpentorsSta Uon atSao to Insure a IlvluD- Colt A small reduction on a club of or more mares Mares traded or- parted with forfeits Insurance and mon C becomes due at time of such trons- aotlon Lain retained upon all co1ts- till season money is paid Mares from a listanco grazed J2 per month Grain bll Allirmores Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not responslblo for accidents or beI C C CARPENTER Phon In Retldenci HustonvllU te Leave Prescriptionswith I Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material Workmanship r CRAIG HOCKER i MENS FINE SHOES e My stock of Mens Shoes for spring anti summer wear is complote For Ladies Misses we have the Drew Ss Sclby Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed 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