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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i I VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 1819029 A M NO 14 a NEWS NOTES Four persons were asphyxiated In a boarding homo In Nuw York Senator Ilaona lays he If on Ilath bones bond for 1100000 at Havana Abraham Fisher thd famous ralon ttna printer li dead at Philadelphia l + The remain of the HOT T DeWitt Talnugo were Interred in Now York CityThe Lexington Business College U D Jouci manager barlmado an awlgn meet M Slpalgulne the Russian Minister of the Interior was assassinated In St PetersburgJohn pays 1305000 per year for his advertisement In five Phil adelphU papers Secretary Root has arranged for the permanent lighting of the Liberty stat ue at Ucdloos Island Mr Wallace Klnjr and her two lit tie children were burned to death In their home at Wallln Mich William Winkler an Inspector at tho republican primary In Evansvllle lath dropped dead at the polls I Edgar F Uundy of Louisville sued his fatnortnlawr for 12000 for alleged alienation of his wifes affections Mrs James McQowan of Webster county Pa gave birth to live girls all a of which aro allvo and doing wojl Twenty out of a total of 21 Invest meat companies havo been planed in the bands of receivers at Lexington The jury In the Berry toward case was completed at Frankfort and the defendant entered a plea of not gull ty Mrs Henry Sherwood a prominent i young woman of Owensboro and the bride of a month dropped dead on the streetFire which started In the assay of Lice at New York came near moltln millions of dollars tot sliver stored the Subtreasury The Rev Samuel Scoville assistant pastor of Plymouth church Brooklyn and a son In law of the late Henry Ward Bceoher Is dead President Spencer of the Southern tars that his road will havo no connec tion whatever with the L N and that J P Morgan Co are merely trustees for Gates The report of the Pullman Company fortho year shows gross earnings of 117005100 an Increase of nearly 17 000000 over the previous year Too not earnings were 17678100 Son Chaffoo announces that an ex pedltlon will be lout to punish Moro dittos who are protecting the murder ors of American soldiers The Moro ere subjects of the Sultan of Sulu At Guston Meade county Rsa Broadway murdered his sweetheart May Mc Gee cutting her throat and mutilating her body Ue name near being mob bed by Negroes before bo could be bur rled away to jail Four assistant to an undertaker Iud do DIy dropped a coma they were carry lag out of the Paterson N J Jail door when the supposed corpse broke open the ltd sit up and In vociferous Italian said bo war not dead Miss Mlnnlo Elllstoo living our Olenvlcw placed a handkerchief with chloroform on It near her taco who she retired to Induce sloop she being a sufferer from insomnia Tbo dru proved fatal and she was found dead her bed At a meeting of the Lexington Cba ber of Commerce a committee was pointed to eolieneubcrlptlove from tbD merchants of Central Kentucky with a view of raising 116000 of the proposed 1100000 for a Kentucky exhibit at tbo St Louis Worlds Fair Three Christian county minors Ev erett Woodruff nod John Bavloss and eon have sued the United Mine Work ors and James D Wood In Webster county for 130000 They claim they joined the strike in December 1000 and that the union leaders did not com ply with the pledge to furnish them with money for their support The crisis In the L N deal 1s be- lIeved to bavo passed and calm reigns In New York Qoanclal cl ales The main internal ceutered In the terms of settlement and the pront made bf the Gates syndicate One a + thority gave them a paper profit of II 000000 ThlH was based on tbo theory that the syndicate purchased 300000 shares at an average price of 1110t extremes being 1105 and 8125 A me ber of the firm of J P Morgan Co is quoted as saying that thou position as to L N was In the nature of stewards and that they would manage the road for the stockholders 1JKTTEK THAN PILLS Tho question lute been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach and Llv er Tablets superior to pllla 7 Our ensw Is They are easier and moro pleasant take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always be d pended upon Then they cleanse and vigorate tho stomach and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pllla are more hatch in effect and their use is often followed by constipation For sale by Craig locker druggist THE OLD SEXTON I Nigh to a grove that was newly madeILonged a sexton old on bis earth worn spade Ills work was done and ho paused to walt intoAAnd his looks were gray as tho foamy sea And these words came from his lips so thin 3I gather thom In I gather them In Gather gather I gather them In boyYearIve bulldod the houses that lie around groundMotherCome to my solitude one by one But theykingather them In I gather them In Many are with mo yet Im alone Im king of the dead and I make my throne On a monument slab of marble cold My scepter of rule Is the spade f bold Como they from cottage or comp they from ball Mankind aro my subjects all all all May they loiter In pleasure or toltfully spin I gather them In I gather them In I gather them In and their final rest Is hero down hors In the earths dark breast And the sexton ceased as the funeral train plainAodtold A mightier voice than that sextons old Will trumpsdreadfulI gather them ID I gather them In Gather gather gather them In Park Benjamin CASEY TY Wo have several cases of measles In tho Klllsburg neighborhood In a severe form varycbetter T F Murphy sad wife hove been In Louisville purchasing tbelr spring RondeaCircuit court at Liberty Is still In ses sion with all the docket disposed of ex cept the ease of Moore vs the Danville Turnpike Co which has gone the rounds and Is still undecidedrUeory Spragglns Is at home from Georgetown College for a tow days va cation Mrs Nancy Prewltt li visiting her son and daughter G A Prewltt and Mrs Annie Young at Liberty John Mills of Danville Is visiting his parents Mr and Mr Wm Mills at Klllsburg Henry Brooks of the Rush branch neighborhood was poisoned a few days ago by strychnine In drinking an over dose of a tonic which contained that poisonous drug and after lying In a paralysed and scmlconsclous condition fOr several days Is beginning to show signs of convalescence Wo would suggest that our law mak era frame and enact a law to place n heavy tax on tho owners of canines as farmers to this neighborhood hUD within tbo last few weeks lost nearly CO sheep which were killed by worth less cure A number of dogs have been killed but still the work goes on GOOD FOU IU1EUMAT1BM atn teak gave rheumatlgcures I decided to use Chamberlains advertisend walmue ter and otter using one bottle was com pletely cured Sillle Harris Salem N J For sale b Craig dt Iltcker drug Ruts Major Gen J M Poynlz of lobo Kentucky division U C V has Issued an official announcement of the goal tors provided for Kentucky veterans at the coming Confederate reunion at Dal las Texas B F AvoryiSs Sons hays offered their warehouse In Dallas to tne Kentucky vetnrans and all will be able to sleep there The majority of lobo other veterans will sloop In toots beganrIn a paper tho PoUte- Atflcce and 10 years later the Ore bona poxepspeur was Among vcr earliest mercantile advertisements to appear In England was one advertising 5fohr IolltlcuemMM Minnie Davis of Omaha thinks she Is too yaungestcreatgraudmother in the United States She was married at tho ago of 13 became a mother ala a grandmother at 2S and a great grandmother at 45 She has children who aro younger than her raDdltaulth tor erItueefaa photographers have strange Way of punishing those who re plce urea of the dellquonta upside down at too entrance to their studios eo Moscow has lobo largest hospital I Europe with 7000 bode Thorn aro 16 physicians anti 000 nurses and about 15000 patients aro cared for annually Coos After Dr Roberts A special from Milwaukee says Dr William C Roberts president of COD tral University Danville Ky who oc cupied the Peoples pulpit In too Pabst Theatre today sold You ask mo re gargled the condition of educational matters In the South Lot me reply that our wealthy moo and too leaders In political problems are beginning to feoltbat the Southls out of harmony with the rest of tim country This Is occasioned by the lack of education What wo need now are leaders among the young men of tbo Sputb Instead of being obliged to Import leaders from New England Illinois New York and Wisconsin This condition Is gradual ly creating disclatent that can only be eradicated by the Southerner himself taking too lead and In order to do this be roust fit himself for leadership The Snail needs to bo broken up politi cally People down there must bo taught better than to yield an unques tioning allegiance to any political par tYII The abovo clipping from the DanvJIlo News purports to be an extract from the address of Rev W C Roberts president of C U erstwhile of New York delivered In Milwaukee Wis Whether this quotation Js correct or not we are unable to say but If It Is no one can levy that the venerable doctor has spoken words decidedly unbecom ing the president of a school In the South To one In the least familiar with social and political conditions In the South today the statements of this address betray In themselves the mcagornesi of the speakers enlighten moot and tho narrow scope of his ob servation Too sentiments there ex pressed If wo may be permitted to fair ly Interpret them could by no possi blllty be those of any other tnana man monarebaImong a bigoted and self satisfied peo plo whose contracted views of every thing save themselves have more than onoe subjected them to tho contempt of the Intelligent world It should bo remembered by throe whose tender hearts bleed In compassion for tbelr benighted Southern fellowmen that since the foundation of the Republic there has been a Soutb nod that bur ing Its more than 100 years of exist encetn which It has gluey to too rarl lu Joffersona and Its Calbouns not once has Its volee been lilted up appealing to the vaunted wisdom of the North to strike the scales of Ignorance from its eyes The proffers of New England assistance have been many In deed and yet though learned moo oven from New York have generously pitched their tent among tbo dwell ing of the untaught the South has not to this day risen up with clamors of gratitude but has learned since the days of tho philanthropic carpetbag gore to four tbo Greeks sync bearing gifts With what pomp of heraldry and advertisement tbo coming of these eminent instructors some of them from the Empire State has been announced and with what brilliant hopes that coming bat been anticipated need not bo mentioned but to state tho consen lUll of Southern opinion In a few Liucject mo pleasure In anticipation than In real zation has upon the advice of expor laden rather than college presidents been decided In the affirmative Let theta harpies who out of pity for the rude unlettered South clamor for Its dissolution that they may share the spoils lilt up tbelr voices higher for surely as yet their warning cry has not been heard Lot theta shout aloud their words of admonition that In this Jay when Southern statesman are un able longer to cope with too difficulties that confront them they may turn with a sigh of relief and cast tbo burden upon tho over ready Atlas like heads o f college presidents Let It bo hoped however that until this hour arrives spiritQovutiua of to Indepeadencemisfortune and in triumph have b lie guiding lights And though to the atYa molded for them as the potters al and whoso opinions are no ed by sound reason may that day ne er come when the people of the South shall be so enlightened that their volel- oa aro but echoes from Now York and their allegiance to their gods false though they may be can be shifted with the wlnd A SOUTHERNER WALKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES I was much afflicted with Bclatlcawritcs Ed C Nod lowaville SeJgwick Count Kite going about on crutches and en induceda to try ro lievedme I used three 60o bottles It Is tho greatest liniment Iever used have recommended it to a number of persons and all express themselves as being bene crutchento a on tbo farm 25c 6Ce and and 1 at Pen nys Drug Store LANCASTER Butter Is still a rare commodity- A traveling photograph car has are rived here and has a good prospect of doing a thriving business QB Northcutts poultry stock was raided Tuesday night and some dozen or two chickens were carried off Miss Susie Hurt and Mr Parks of the Lowell section wore married Wed nesday at too home of the brides par ent Sbugara Burnett have advertised tbelr dry goods for sale at cost and will In the future keep only shoes and gents clothing In stock John Lackey a farmer of this viola Itv has gone to Texas In the Interest byhlmleltTho missionary society of the Pres byterian church will give a social this afternoon and evening at too Odd Fel lows Hall No admission will charg ed Too school census just completed reports 323 children between the ages of 0 and 20 year 157 males and 1GO tamales This Is an Increase of 12 over leer year The city council has purchased a lot of more than an acre of Mrs R A Burnelde for which they paid 1500 tbo tat lying on Danville street adjoining the home of Senator Farrls News has reached hero of the death of Mrs Jennie Garfield WaIte of Chi cago Miss Jennlo Garfield was the first teacher and principal of the one time Franklin Female Institute of ills city At the Sunday school organized last Sunday at Herrings school house H A B Marksbury was made superin ten eDt and W Pope assistant James Thompson secretary and treasurer Mss Lettle Humber organist Cards have been received to the mar clogs of Miss Stella Holton Robertson of Cyntblana a frequent visitor here and Daniel Price Hemphlll of Nlcbo lasvllle The marriage will take place at the brides homo Thursday evening April 24 at 7 oclock Tbo Maccabees now the largest or der of this city has just paid over an other policy to the family of one of Its deceased members B F Hudson as guardian of Miss Ida Auitln has just received 1100 amount of protection EdOn Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Miss Ella Leavoll daughter of J T Leavcl and Wm B Stone of this place were united in marriage Eld A R Moore performed the ceremony Mr Stone Is a recently returned sol disc from too Philippines but has con cluded to enjoy the companionship of a willing helpmeet rather then risk too perils of military service Mrs John Stormes was In Danville Monday John W Miller and wife aro visiting their daughters In Louisville T W Reid every low Jack Adam of near Paint Lick Is very low of cop sumption MIll May Annie Phillips Is flckMIseWednesday Mrs Louis Landram and Miss Altlo Markebury have returned from Cincinnati Mrs W O West thebvieltingIvllle Mrs Charts Doty of Lexing ton Is Thomas Miller Miss Martha Tlllctt Is making a sever al day stay In Louisville Mrs W B Moss Is In Mlddlesboro Senators Fryo and Blackburn are very good friends Nothing delights the president pro tern of the Senate more than to Imitate the Kentucky ac cent of Blackburn He declares that the other day when Blackburn was In the marble room a man asked him If Senator Hoar were on tbo floor of the Senate No sub replied Black burn according to tbo Fryo version Senator Ho Is not on th1 do1 Ho wont out that doat halfpast fo STRENGTHe vig orous when your blood is pure Many digestarebrightnessrplexion depart Remedy this uuplcas ant evil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dote of Herbihe after each meal to digest what you have eaten We at Pennys Drugstore SAn exchange says Although it la a serious subject some of the papers aro beeffmeat shall continuo to advance wesball soon read that among the wedding pres vote was a fivepound beef roast from the millionaire father of the bride Teddv Pa I PaYel dear questionbe itdont r l vr =o = A t =l 11 Particular Clothes J FOR PARTICULAR l 11 PEOPLEW 1iJYon will find that sort of clothes at andtlChildren Other furnishings in 1 jlI keeping Shirts Hats Shoes c selectiql1tltw IT PAYS TO TRADE ATaGLOBEl t N bYou money back It jroure not satisfied h I Danville KUd s 1 Qz = A W d i1111111r11rllrllrllfllr11fl1111riI111r mmnrmnmr iir11111111r1U- 2P M I NOTICE I E The Great Opening Sale of the 1 1 jfbyEj = Building next to Lincoln County Na zj 2E tioilal Bank will occur on riJ J2 SATURDAY APRIL26 f= at which time we will have on display a fun and complete tine a= of upUwJate Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and La rl goodZZ r 22 mousy by pricing our goods beforo buying elsewhere Our = guarantee Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory prot= vided goods are returned in good condition We came here to = = stay and do business in a legitimate way Jut = II C ROSENSTEIN A CO j- 7jmAuiuiuiuiuiuuw Jiiauiuujuu iiumm mumst 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 R 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 onlytllo highest yet our prices arc apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store IKyr fall Creek Millpngs Oil Gas Ca Incorporated Capital Stock f25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS Thos Rankin President KyJKyFKyJMillsprlngg Ky Directors J B Paxton J iL Shanks W O Walker OooJ W Carter Our territory situated only a quarter of a wile from the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and In l a line between it and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south Itjis on the river and pipe lino and consists of 350 acres ownqu in fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount ot stock to aid Intdevsloplng territory For information prospactus or stock address F llla Rankln Secyj II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKe f CAPITA STOCK 9SOOOO UOwdey- S Successors to The Farmers Dank k Trust Company and under same management continuously k tor 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial C a Officers 3 S II SHANKS President A J B OWSLEV Cashier 7 I W M BlllQUT Asst Cushion t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL s e I E C WALTON W P WALTON Is a Candidate for Railroad Coramlulonrr for the 2d Diitilct lubleet la the will of the democrat f I H H HENNINGER I Ol Wayne County U a uoillditc for Stale Tmi i urer subject 14 toe icllon of the Democratic pirty A FEW weeks ago a special was sent from Campton stating that one of that Jtownsmost accomplished ladles would make the race for COBRFOSS in the Tenth Now this silly story Is sent j from the little village In Wolfe county Rev John R Hobbs cxjalle has ant nounced himself as a candidate for the democratic nomination for Congress J Mr Hobbs Intends to canvass the die r trial afoot His wife Is an expert banjo t picker and she will accompany h- overI the district and furnish tbe music it Whoa Mr Hobbs made the race for jailer be borrowed a tow linen suit and tInsteadof wearing shoes bo wore moc This time he says ho Intends to canvass the district In bis shirt sleeves and barefooted He has a f strong voice and can make a very cred itable speech Be has been a minister of the Gospel for 15 year t L Gov ODELL of New York has just signed a bill which provides that a mart rled woman may work for and receive I wages in tbat State About a year ago f a woman sued a street railway company t on account of injuries sustained The courts decided that she could not recover In such a case because accord leg to an old law still on tbe statute Ibooks a woman was the servant of her and was no entltl d to ber own wages Mrs Llllie Devereux Blake thereupon got a judge of the State su preme court to draw up a bin reform- Ing this condition of things That Is the measure which has now become a law TILE jury was obtained without S3 rlous trouble In the Berry Howard case and It Is in progress at Frankfort In his statement of the case to tbe jury Mr Campbell said be would be able to prove among other damaging things that Boward said repeatadly Wo set tied the contest Bill Goebel didnt last long after we got there Gd dn him At anotner time he is al leged to have said There Is the Run that killed the gobbler referring to Mr Goebel These facts and the fur ther fact that be became a fugitive I from justice seem to make a pretty strongcase against the defendant JINhis speech before tho democratic of New York at the meeting com memoratlng the birthday of Thomas Jefferson Hon David B Hill urged all democralsto get together unite In bar mony and stand together for all time to a I come This would eound much better s and parry more weight with it if it bad r come from a man who has stuck to democracy through thick and thin but David B hasnt done so and his good counsel wont amount to much we fear 4StLouis Republic says that ev cry genuine democrat Is now in line for democratic success In Congression I al elections this year and In tbe presi I dential election for 1004 and is duly enrolled for active and harmonlpua par ty service Sgratch Sup nun outside hole formation who claims to be a dem I I ocrat and youll find his democracy is only skin deep and assumed for selfish advantage or the better to serve bis f real master tbe republican party I Gov BECKIIAM has received from Gov Durbln of Indiana an Invitation t for himself and staff and the State offi d dale to attend tbe dedication of the t Soldiers and Sailors monument at In t dianapolis on May 15 next We sin J cerely hope that our splendid young governor will decline with or without thanks It matters not which CONGRESSMAN RICUAUDSON leader of tbe minority in the House says that the democratic party was never so unl ted and harmonious as at present and that be la confident that U will carry the next House on the paramount Issue of militarism and Imperialism Let every democrat toe the mark and vie tory is assuredII TUB assassination of Dr Cox at Jack son Sunday nlghtt makes 14 homicides F that have blackened the record off Breathltt county since last Chrlftmaa 1 Can nothing be done to stay the awful carnage there THE Doucere to be thorough ly renovated and refurnished but It strikes us that the present is plenty good enough for Teddy and his Negro tr1ends whom he places on social equal lay TUB Louisville Time thus pertinent remarks The St Louis Exposition 1Iy either fix upon a date or get pit tbe calendar POLITICAL Indiana prohibitionists pledged 1 per At cent of their earnings to a propaganda I r fundCoagreaamanforcing spoke at Bar bourvllle to the largest crowd over In towot 1 A r IL =L The Senate confirmed the nomination of James R Garfield to be United States civil service commissioner Tho Republicans of the Second Ap pjllato district called a convention to meet at Leltchfield Juno 25 to nomi nate a candidate for Judge By a vote of 153 to 123 party lines being disregarded the House voted to close the debate on the Cuban Reci proclty bill this Friday afternoon- A convention has been ordered to bo hold In Paducab July 22 to nominate a candidate for appellato judge The cuuuiy conventions will be hold on July 10 Commissioner H Clay Evans Is being urged to decline any diplomatic posi tlon and to return to Tennessee and accept the republican nomination for governorThe of the Cuban Reel prbclty bill In the House won a decided victory in a vote which resulted by a largo majority In favor of closing the general debate today Party lines wore badly broken Former Gov Bradley ls quoted as saying in a Covlngton interview If thing keeps up as they are going npw an ordinary vest pocket will be large enpngh to bold the republican party In Kentucky and there will bo room left to hold a democratic convention The Chinese Exclusion bill met defeat In the Senate Wednesday In ita place was adopted tbe substitute prepared by Mr Platt of Connecticut which extends the provisions of the present exclusion laws and aleo makes them apply to the Insular possessions of tbe United States The vote by which the substitute supplanted tbo original bill was 48 to 33 and the final vote on the passage of the substitute stood 70 to 1 Mr Hoar alone voting In the neg nave HUBBLE Russell county is to have a new jail Aunt Becker Reed colored died Thursday Eggs are bringing 12c hens Tc on this market now Owsley Miller of Mt Vernon Is in tbis ommunlty for a few days Elder A R Moore will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday after 1000tDr Wesley was called to see A M Luce who Is threatened with pneumo- nIa a day or so ago SM Spoodamore Is ornamenting his dwelling with a new veranda H C Taylor IB the contractor- J P Blanks has moved to A M Bournoe Mrs d C Sink of Lexing ton Is visiting her lather A C Car manJ C Eubanks sold some fat hogs to J C Lynn at 5c George Wood sold his black horse to R E Lee Sims for 8110 G A Swlnebroad sold some butcher stuff to Ballard of Madison at 3o H J Luce sold a young horse to J W Bourne for 105- Hedgevllle postoffice has changed hands Mrs Sam Miller being appoint ed to all the vacancy caused by tbo death of young Mr Wright Ben Penmans little boy died of lung trouble Wednesday We are glad to note that little Anna Bello Currey IP about well again after a severe bron chial trouble- B W Givecs is tbe first one to begin planting corn In this community and It is thought that his mind Is all right S unbar sold some of his old wheat to A D PareooB at 800 James Shackelford la putting up a pair of stock scales at Hedgeville We are glad to see our neighbor village come to the front That Is tbe step that Hubble took when It was a village THIS AND THAT Postofflce robbers made a big haul at Eaton Ind- Andrew Carnegie gave 140000 to Un ion College Jas Dooloy tbe driver of a mall walton at Frankfort was drowned An engine on the Chicago Burling ton fc Qulnoy route ran OS 7 miles in an hour smashing all records Miss Laura Downton and Mrs Cbas Rodes who have in charge tbe solici ta lon of fundsfor the Carnegie library At Danville have secured 91800 thus farTwo young men have been denied 11 osQscs to preach by tbe Platnfield N J Presbytery because they express the belief that Adam and Eve were mythi cal characters A cigarette cost T Johnston of Cane Valley 8800 His bara100 barrels of corn farming Implements etc went up in smoke The barn was entered by time one who was enjoying a little ex hilarater Adalr News YOUR attention Is called to the ad- vertIsement of C Rosenstcln Co who are opening an immense stock of dry goods clothing shoes and gents furnishings in the store room In this building just vacated by the Racket Store They will have their opening Saturday week April 26 when they cordially Inylte you to call Inspect their stock and get prices THE earth opened and swallowed up a largo lake in Boyle county says a dispatch Tnat was a close call for Little Britain FOR rent or sale tbe bouse vacated by E C Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this office 1wos t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville wants Andrew Carnegie to make an appropriation for a library- F F Lewis and Miss Hallle Brlscoo of Parkevlllo were married yesterday Reuben Sloan aged 07 and a prop nent citizen of Clinton county Is dead Mrs Elizabeth Parrlgan died In Clinton county at the age of 105 years The Roy Lumber Co1 plant atNlch olasvllle burned causing a 25000 lossThe Atlantic ft Pacific 011 Co and the Swan Oil Co each got a gusher In Knox county yesterday The Rockcastlo Mutual Oil S Gas Co has been organized at Mt Vernon with 25000 capital stock Sparks S Williams ballast crushers started up In Rockcastlo Wednesday They give employ moot to 75 men John McQueen is in jail at Williams burg charged with seriously cutting Deputy Marshal Elijah Myers at Jelll coIn a wreck on the L N near Richmond O W Turner a brakcman was killed and John Garr fireman fatally InjuredH Chllson who was given two years at Lawrenceburg for forgery got up and walked out of the court house tad made his escape Sam Goodie an employe of the Bur- L Brabb Lumber Mlle at Ford fell Into the dust pit white oiling machinery and was crushed to death Tbe Big Stinking Oil Co brought In its first well Tuesday on Stinking Creek In Wayne county at a depth of 1230 feet The oil Is green and is a good now A double header freight crashed Into a train of cars lOt Burgln making kind ling wood ouji of a number of them One engine was badly wrecked but no body was hurt Rev P De Frame died suddenly at St Catherines Academy near Spring field Father Do Frame was born in Belgium and was ordained a priest of tho Roman Catholic church December 1851 The application of the Cumberland Valley flank of Barbourville for au thority to convert Into the First Na tional Dank of Barbourvllle with a cipltal of 25000 has been approved at WashingtonJ while attempting to board a moving freight train at Wilton coal mine near Wllllanuburg fell under the wheels His right arm was rushed so badly that amputation was necessary and his left arm broken DAN VHLEThe Maccabees of Parks vllle will give a box supper at thqlr ball Saturday night Mr James McKee aged 50 years died in this city Monday night after a long Illoc1of consumption The total receipts of tbe Danville postoftlce for the year ending March 31 were 810012 Dr John Hunn has purchased J L Roses drug store In Shelby City and will conduct tbo business and practice his profession Mrs George Hunn has bought Mr Roses residence Mr Rose contem plates locating In Indianapolis Mr G P Bright has Invented a device to be fastened to rocking chairs whlcb will doubtless prove very valuable to him It consists of a round pIece of rubber extending tbe entire length of tho bottom of the chair rocker The patent not only makes the chair more comfort able but saves the carpet Dr R C Cray croft and Miss Margaret Walker of Perryvllle were married in Cincin nati Sunday Advocate A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds in Children l have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suffering from coughs and colds says Chas M Cramer Esq a well known wch maker of Colombo CllonhIt has been some two years since the City Dispensary Brat call ed my attention to this valuable medi cine and I have repeatedly used it and i has always been beneficial It has curedt me quickly of all chest colds It is es pecially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable medicine and they arc all as well pleased AS myself over the re suits For sale by Craig A Hocker druggists Donations to education libraries and other benevolent objects are annually Increasing In 1809 they amounted to 870000000 in 1000 to 802000000 anti In 1001 the amount bounded up to 8123 000000 OIL leases printed while you wait This ofllce BEAZLEYHAYSTjyDliBTATETBBS f A1dO IIILUKU 111 FurnilttreMnttingsUtugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY r AiLf fJ 11 f fJ JJ J I Jtti i 1 y J tiao i Ji epeJJ J 1 ei i I e f GRAND LEADER fr Have you traded with lsr If not Conic in and we will demonstrate to you yVjt our superiority in selling yon the 11CWCSt and highest grade of inerchandiso- at prices others ask for inferior gllalitics 0 sW- Vig Special in Wool Dress Goods vT 54inch Venetian all color worth S125 i our price 98c 44iuch Granite cloth worth 70c our ir price 50 centsr44inch Ghinito cloth nil colors worth 85c our price GOc 8125 Ireful li oio lIilks all ehllOllr ilricc fiB coots i 27inch Tnflotn silk guaranteed worth 125 our price 9gc J 8126 lllnck beau lie Soio Silk our price jfis 8115 per ynnl t Fine line of jD1a Linens at G 7j J 10 12i 11 20 and 2Gc v Ladies Shoes and Oxfords prices from bee to 5 embracing the newest mid swellcst lino y of goods ever brought to Stunforl SS5 HausUcvu Propso MATRIMONIAL Ira Sargent and Miss Minnie Bello Reynolds were made one at George W Reynolds Wednesday W K Mounoo iced 20 and Mrs Orena Nell 30 and twice a widow were married at the courthouse Wedowdoy While George Oailen was necurlni license to wed Miss Irene Covey at Henderson tbe young lady loped with Jas Kerr Jr Mr Maury Ketnuer lato of Louisa wunty Va was married at Laxlairton Wednesday to Miss B telle Whitney A beautiful and wealthy youotr lady The DinnerPail too well filled It contains too many kinds of food and very often the food is of the wrong kind hard to dIgest and containing 1 the nutri tion As a conicq- uence many a work nun develops some form stomach trouble which interferes with his health and reduces his xtork capacityWhere Indigestion or any other imli cation of die ease of the ach and allied itsIdigestion nu use of Dr Pierces Golden DIscoerywill perfeet + cut cure- Mr Thomas A 1Clot writes I wu L taken with severe headache then cramp In the stomach and my food would not digest then kidney and liver trouble and my beck got so I carceljr get around At last I had alt the com plaint at once the more I doctored the wore I e ao the aid of a their I I rnv ir- a dit thinking thatcould not be cored Then one Tekemy advice and take DrIterceGolden Medical Discovery and make a new man out of yourself The first bottle helped me ao I thought I would get another and ann I had taken eight bottle In about tit weeks I waa weighed and found I had gained twentrseven ar pound I aID u stoat and healthy today I think u I ever was FREE Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser pa per covers is sent Jru on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V N V- 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 teita ment of John S Murphy Sr deceased we will at the front door of the Court Home In Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th IOO2 tell at public auction to the highest bldder hose parcel of real estate which belong to the estate of testator towlt 1 Tbo budnet house and lot on the louthcaat corner of Slain and Lancaster greets la Stanford which U now occupied by John Bright Jr it Co 2 The tract of about 40 acre of land iltuato In theBOUthwestern part of Stanford 3 The turn of about 200 acres of excel lent laud attuato about 33 miles from Stan ford on the HnitonTlIle pike Thl farm will Ont bo offered in two parcel one of bout 160 acres being that part on the north tide of the I the other of about 80 acre on the south sldaof the pike Then tha farm will bo offered as a whole od the bout bid In tbe aggregate accepted 4 A of about 220 aero of knob land nearUlghlaod Terms of Bale cash romalnd er In one and two years with Interest from date secured by lion retained The pur chaser to get the proportionate rents from day of sale and full ponnslon Jan 1 1003 Tbe purchaser of the 180 acre tract on the north sldo of the pike la to assume tho payment to Sire MaXyJ Murphy of the sum of tlOO quarterly during no longer For particular on John S Murphy near 1I1 1lnnoy Ky Sale to begIn nt 2 m W H tit J 8 Murphy Ixecuton 1tmI 1 U j i Wo nro solo roller of DUTIKSS TROUSERS tho best in the world ovary pair gunmutccd fho prices 1 Sf rnngo front 8150 to 8600 rllonauptodato styles Fine Clay Worsted suits worth 1260 oureprim 0 strictly nil wool lies suits front C5o to 8500 T As no stylus new rule Do Nonlc Gingham just In lOc yard 31inch Percale That colors worth lOu at i 8 553Gat lOc tier yard t s THE LEADER enorally byp 51Mens GRAND S B i Mora ANNOUNCEMENT n select variety of the very latent tyles of I J r Shopping Bags Chains and tI Sterling Silver Novelties Fobsi tit will interest you to lookat these good MIMi find Doing n strictly null businwa WITHOUT InCNme to sell at the very lowest figures qualities coueWerwl of eomplkated watches R ItIdalt IfUtl hue failed to get your watch or clock properly repwired brine it to me and I CAN no IT Hntiifltction gunranteed W H MUELLER r W B McROBERTS s DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY CLOSING OUT tI have decided to quit the goods business und have advertised my store for sale The rend ers of this paper know the kind and quality of tho goods I handle and while Inm waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods yourhave an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE DUSTGivviiiG VOUC ara BCC our ratci8omc line of t 5aS io1afe a JI iffi1erJI in Postofllco Building on MAIN Mrs Garland Singleton t NBW JOB STORE Ilmorffl Storeroom Stanford I Dig job lot of Dry Goods Notions Short lists Caps 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 Roods M Snyder Son Stanford HaCa RUPIEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted I Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Lcvp liming J H BOONS CO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Stable truces Old Stand Depot St STUFOIU KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Stem Ibono No W I oiJII k- ar THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Am 18 1002 usethloat do better It yon paid us double tp price which li always reasonable Pen 5DY I Drug Store t t PERSONALSI CEO L PENNY Is Improving MRS ELIZA IlARHia hat been IIICo iMRs J L BEAZLRY Is very sick i MRS ANNIE MCCLARY Is slowly Im y proving 9 V MK E P WOODS went to Lexington s yesterday i UON R C WARRKN was In rthis week V JOHN W WALTER went to Lcxlng ton Wednesday MR T W BlooiNS returned to Lou 4 livllle yesterday JAMES M SAUFLEY Is now night agent at London R C ENOLEMAN Jit has returnedt i from Shreveport La f MR JAMES MAKBT of Mt Vernon LoMnt hero from Mlddlcburg yesterday MRS W T MVHHiiiEE of LivingJI e too Is with Mrs 0 J Newland k tMISS WILLIE VERUENA DAWSON came from Anchorage Tuesday V MIss EMMA BONN of Columbia vii Ited friends at Bustonvlllo this MR P H WILLIAMS of Casey too the train hero Wednesday for Balieyi i Mns J D UOLOERMAN of Frank fort Is visiting Mr and Mrs I A PotI tel MR AND MRS W W LYON of tbeI West Rod were here shopping Tu car dayMn MATT WOODSON and children tamo down from Mlddlisboro yettcr day MR UARRY JmvaRSON of Louis t vlllo wan the guest of Rer R B Ma y honjr Misa ANNIB THOMPSON of Mt Ver nun was the guest of Mrs M a William Mat Hu SlHOLD anti wife of Lazing ton wire with Mr and Tin W Tt stghbIere bustling citizens was here Wed need ay MR L ROSBN6TIHN was called to PtanlderL Wednesday by the tUnee 01I his little son- S MRS J W OAOIN Is spending tho week with her parents Mr and Mrs John P Cash MR AND MRS MARK RARDIN spent loveral days with Mr and Mrs Maurice J Yarns ID Danville BOitN to the wife ofJ W Cox of Moreland a daughter Thb mother is a ilauehlcr of floe B B King RKV AND MRS S M LOOAN and the baby of Mlddlesboro woro hero Tuesday en route to Richmond REV W K ARNOLD wool to Salvlia Tuesday to attend the District Epworth League and Missionary ConferenceS MRS ELIZA POUTMAN m Ml Sterling yesterday and has taken rooms at Mill Florence Trucbearts OBORUE P Cnov of Hustonvlllo has gone to Stoncga Va to tako a po sltlon with the Virginia Coal fs Iron t Co MESSRS J T BAKRIB and J A At ten attended the Grand Lodge meeting of the Odd Fellows at Lexington Wet nesday MAJ JOSEPH GARRARD orders his paper sent to Manila P I Bo sailed on the Sherman from San Francitco Wednesday JUDOS M D BuoiiESof Lancaster was here Tuesday Bo and his w1 contemplate a visit to their daughter Ht Bcattle Washington Nit J B VANHOOK andllttlodaugh ter Mile Olllo Crow Va hook of Mo KInney took Tuesdays train for Dr head to visit friends MKJC nAYS and wife Col W 1 G Welch and Mesir George DoBord t and W Bocker will attend lobo Con federate reunion at Dallas MRS C D TiiAYLOR and Miss Polly YClterdayIthe elocutionary entertainment there last night MR W B McADAMS of the jewelry firm of Murray McAdnme of Dan ville called yesterday and left f change for bis advertisement which appears elsewhere MRS 1C L TANNER sod Mite Flo ence Tanner of MoKlnnoy leave tod for Dallas Texas Mrs W K Shu gave of Lancaster will keep house for Mrs Tanner during her absence v MRS C R COLEMAN gave an enJoy- able surprise party to her ton Boward Coleman Tuesday evening in celebra tion of his 18th birthday Some eight or 10 couple were present and all had a good time MRW P WALTON editor of the Lexington Democrat spent yesterday afternoon wltb his brother and friends c y This was Mr Waltons first visit since early in November and ho was given hand shakemany a hearty MARET of Mt Vernon was all boom theeubsldce Bre going to buy one boles the earth- nd continue drllliol through establish directRecord o tlon with Cbl LOCALS quicklyANOTHER lot of new buggies just In See them Blgglna t McKlnnoy WE will sell remnants of hay very sheep for 10 days J U Baughman Co T SOME now sbados In ladles and child tens kid gloves Just opened John P Uonos RICHMOND is slowly but surely catch on Sho will have an old flddlern ntest soon ccagehickenStanford tt McKlnney back has rUNLESS caw are returned or p at once our collector will call on you at onco for lame J fl Baugh mesa Co WE are showing smeband tome woolen dress goods and silk wept pat terns with chiffon trimming to match John P Jones TilE iron Richmond to Loba non Junction has been abandoned but theL Ni Dallas special will leave uisville at 1130 Sunday morning Till L ft N will sell roundtrip tick oil to Loulsvlllo at ono faro Monday Tuesday and for the morning train Wednesday on account of the Musical Fcnlva I bnkor town pcoplo follow suit and Stanford will be the cleanest and prettiest town the tnap- PLEASE remember our terms are Jticketcall nod settle and greatly oblige J H Baugbman ft Co BORSUS AND MDLBB Joo Jordan the horse and mule buyer will be at Ueaileyo ilubln tomorrow Saturday- to buy good fat horses nod mules Dave your stock In town MR JAMES MAKUT our excellent Mt Vernon eorret pondent is making a map of Lincoln aoaa y xhfeh will be sale soon His map of Rookcastle n press now Is said to be a very flu plMe of xuri- aAUUl9sale Gaddls aged 12 died near Mlllodgovllle Tuesday afternoon attar a long Illness of heart disease and was burled at MaKlnney Wednesday Hit wife died some time ago but five children survive BOUOHT OUT His PARTNER Mr W R Surber has bought hU partners e Interest In the general merchandise and undertaking business of Dunn tSurber at Junction City and will rut the business single handed BlIDBK BIT DUIMr W T Smut bar been suffering agonies and has a fearful looking ear as the result of a spider bite The member Is swollen double lie normal slzo and Mr mith Is very uneasy about it THE Danville News should glvo more promlnont space to Its Ten Mlle South correspondent A reader of that paper remarked this morning that It was too newsiest facto r ho bad over read In Brer Lilian pa per THE Buffalo 011 Co Mayor A D Florence prcsldcpt has had a map made showing Its leases In this county Mr E H Fox the Danvlllo artist 1 made a splendid out from the ma which will appear In this paper In taw days toflUnTb11ee Josle Cummins who makes her homo with Miss Mary Pep deafhb d and fearfully bruised her with her dbees Fortunately the cow bad no horns or Mies Cummlna wounds might bavo been fatal IT Is a colored man named George Hockor who Is suing exMarshal W W Penn of Junction City for selling his property for taxes sea not our good priced Mr George H Hockor who manages Hiltons big store Mr Hock cr pays his taxes like he pays tor his INTERIOR JOURNAL in advance CoIJIn Helixaor I 0 company Is 120000 and Us directors are M S Baughmao W M Bright Will H Shanks W B McKinney and J Baugbman THE death of Mr C Butler Engle man of Palct Lick removes ono of tho very bOIL men In Garrard county The soul of honor a good citizen and eplo did neighbor ho was universally and his death brought sorrow to hearts A wife and several Ilttloohll ran are mean widow and fatherless r spectively by his taking oil and their great loss they have much sym pathy Mr Engleman was a brother Sam and John B Engleman of this place and he had bona for aev eral years the proprietor of a hotel Palest Lick The burial occurred Lancaster cemetery Wedoesdayalter noun In the presence 01 a largo concourse of sorrowing tried OIL Harness oil In can and bulk J C McCIary it DONT forget ttboML t Ne 8160 roundtrip rate to Cincinnati over the K 0 SUDdayIBOONE GENTRY want your wool at tbomaLIDoooel admIDlltraltorTurnpike taken to Casey on a cbango of venue was continued until next court THOSE wanting Oil GasI Mineral Co stock will please call on CouotyNaLlloal tbo First National Beak WANTED CO horses and mules Will bo at Boll L Giboneya livery stable Liberty Friday April 18th and at AN fords livery stable Hu tonvlllc Saturday 19Lb Joe Jordan 2t FOR TRIAL John Hendrlckson who has been hero for safekeeping was taken to Oarbourvlllo Tuesday He Is charged with murder and was recently greeted a new trial by the court of appeals Bio DAMAGES Mrs Harriot Gias cuingthe bolOll page of a train LVCAS Mrs rtLucas aged WJooeswas burled the following day after ser eonsWCootralOilIn Detroit Saturday A holder of this has refused 815 per share This company has producing wells in Bath theBaughman yougoingW U Traylor raid Some time In willform tlIfIbellevlIhatboughtlors saloon at tbo depot and has rented w1el run will bo repaired Inside and out and Mr Rice will put in no MrHloeDanville and should suoeeed here DanvllleAttorney DickUob10800 BruneenOakoe ItIIrenovate tbo property and utilize tho power of the tulle for mechanical pur posse MORE AUOUT LIIB King yestedayleallollaodltime ago Mr King and a number of hl tbeCaltlorolaol beldtodayreached eF1ltE AT LANCASTER Lancaster lulJered a w000 fire leaf bight U originated In Mason Hamiltons sta blo book of Slmp ons Hotel and the heroesburned i eral small stables and they too ware consumed Tho flames then extended LbeywereThe colored hell and school bulldln next caught and they also wont up In smoke By bard fighting the tire was blazae aLLexloltoorailroad and 110000 Is claimed as de sane The plaintiff Is Mrs J busbandlast term of the court for stealing old allelcelobe ladles car and go Into tbo Jim Crow car saying to her that it was especially MrllTburmaowas natural Two ladles testified thai they told the brakeman that they dldn t NegroesIfand that It was on their suggestion that habeenhotly contested NEYIUS Mrs Elizabeth Nevlus o dieJa protracted Illness which begun with wltbborvlus whoso kind attention during her long confinement has been the subject MreNevluilwhere Willow Grove IISchoolhouse now stands but echo moved to this place long before lobe war napLJeLtarp and was regular attendant at Its services until her Infirmities increased She was the mother of Mack NevlulI whoIaredTexasInand her many good deeds will be a oolockWedDc8dBYbony preached pouching funeral ser whichInBuffalo Springs Cemetery May the ottbespicedid CHURCH TTERSI loboEpltcopalcd to take effect July 1 pulpit PresbyteryRevday morning is KadesbBarnea for evening Behold I Stand at the Door and Knock Rev Samuel Krell committed suicide j at Lacona Ia because ho was unable hilicburcbclosed from 10 to 12 oclock today and everybody attended revival services at theIievTIMBER LflND FOR SOLE onUlpbusinessfHonU baring died last December wo will Bell 1700 acre of tlmbur land In Adalrcoun ty Ky Tote laud contains between 4000 000 and 8000000 teat of Ioplar Oak Valnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land li clone to the famous oil fields 0 awelldaptedbargainlreome KyOrliontn Faulkner Ky PENCESTANDARD bymenrdambyCopperottom 3yearoldandof the best breeding hones for highclass eastern has ever been In this county make the season at our stable at f10 to Insure duo when colt Is foaled It mare III trade or meted from keptMI accidents J H E U UEALRV I KING EAGLE King Eigte U IS hinds 1 inches high dark W with flowlD mane and till son ill the olU with pint of iieeil tIe and action Sired by Royal King lint dn Vy kale IJIrd M dim tir IW Uuu M den by he by Miller Peomaik 4ih dam Jim 1M1 ibormijhbrt anIKing sad Allie nb Brat show taare that told for 51010 Klsg Eagles III data I the dun or Mlnnl lloyd the great thaw mare shut Mutt Iolieo won eTMTrwhere with to IHWt and sold for SMD Kln Eagle will mats the tntoa at my tuble i mile wet o1 Klanfonl on the hheiby rity tdket tho tow pries of tie to iniurs a lY lot Dolt Will alto ttand the noted nmle and lennlt Jick foryaired t r the great Tom Kerne Flnt dam by Bur byLand Urlgnolla Ulllr Keene stands toll IS hand high Mark wth white points and at a breeder he- M uaHirpawed u a wale or Jnn tl lark Uts wile themselmr Xyearld Jack JIM KEENE terte abvut 20 nom at IX to lour a I llTlDx wit JIM KIt tlamlt full IS band and 9laches bleb blak with xhlta llOlolL lie wu tired by the great llllly Keene Mares tradtd patnl with or bred elsewhere for Wts the lowness and monoy teeoiiira due at the time of aucb trantaetlon For lanbll partleolari address S T HAltUId Stanford KT The French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach HorioStnd Hook of Amer HagWinner of ant prize at the National Unl svcreAl Exposition Iarls 1SOT and In 1698 oompeting with orcrAO stallions Imported by M Tlclieneri Ooof Chicago IP 1809 Color bay with small start black points 18H hands high weighs In working order 1J1S fcale April 28 1801 Hrcd by M Lemoiend of Commune of Iluberavlllo department of Lamorebll rot by tho govern I byLelJardwill make too present season of 102 at my farm two and onehulf miles from Stanford on Ilustonvllle pike At f10 tbo Season or S16 to Insure a Liv log Colt DORSEY GOLD DUST 12052 byglI Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadi an Im ported Arabian stallion Uorsey Oolddusts ilaDI b Florence by Golsen Mingo Chler a eon of Gaffs Morgan makIng him an In I tensely Inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horse known nonep Gold uniformmbreeder of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prlc cs Will make too present season at my tarn near Stanford At r16 to Insure A Colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at 51 to Insure Mares kept at 50 costa per week No reo eponclbllty for accidents or escapee The bent of personal attention F HRID Stanford Ky ERDILLEHAY DA1TVILLE KY Manufacturer of eeBRICKYd Lime Cement o Sco Write For Prices M h I LADIES OXFORDS Vic 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 stylesIIff shapes ell leathers ac1 affatjfea F for nil occasions A feast for tho oyestQ and a delight for the foot as well as n saving for the purse Como in ant look over our line whether you want to Y buy or not We are glad to show you I Cummins S McClary I G L CARPENTER m NEW W G WITHERS GUNNS BookcasesePJqr Beautiful convenient uptodate Carpets Mattings and Wall Paper o I Oil Investments e Are a Good hi1 t But if you trade with us it i r is a paying investment nil the 8 time as we sell you good goods n at moneysaving prices 5- 3S nl1I t de1P S Look at our new goods styles to suit p tastes prices to suit all purses mi Iwalet i Iwash waists silk waists trimmings ribbons hosiery f gloves carpets and mattlnga corsets novelties f We cant enumerate half the new goods wo have iijsocome see them while theyre fresh Severance Soup New Store gr QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWire p Clover and Timothy Seed Stoves Ranges Hardware Groceries I Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every r week Bring us your produce Phone orders givn prompt attention anti immediate delivery 4tiCornerJgfVicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market IMABOTH 10016 2x17l44and220the t ClayUAlso sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by AmericanEclipse Non Naboth Is a bay U hand high foaled June 38 1B8S Hla pedigree contains the tublood of OlayWillWill also stand the noted Jack ICING at IS II C BAUGHMAN Itustonvillo Kyl509 WODderfulDay110 2d dam by Champion of England 889 3d dam by Rarnaby 870 4th dam by Oraud Turk 138 ClevelandnayactionCaabreed on Standard fired mares for getting style speed and action should see this bone Will Stand at 81O to Insure n Living Colt 18torremovedODroJ K BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky HOME FOR SALE CaseycountyNormalCollegtJ buildingCmTOJlEL 2 Sectional Withers furniture JOHN HAPSBURG Buckler A WUlUns who bought J hartI t j tuch ii hunting Aibtng etc s I For Sale i Pure finned Plymouth Rock for sale at SI for 15 Carefully selected eggs safely packed From finest breed of Mrs Logan Jr Taint Lick Ky s r i J THEJNTFRIORJOURNA Xnttrcd n the pat gtRa at Stanford a tcondclaxi matter t hab32w1asttTuodaywaasdFridat IT CASHki Whsn not sonUdOsaOO will bech rg 4 n 1f 1 KNIXVILLE DIVISION No J4 Train going North 1IMm1 No 26 13Om Now rr II 9ontbw wtt atom Mo23 1152 pm For all Polnta I KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION I NoI leaves Stanford tIIIa m No CarriTfsalSUnford S11aam itJ02tluN Stanford at 2 sQpm f i S PRICE t Surgeon j fl t tStanford Ky UcKotwrta Drug Store laths Owrley I IOJlltlO A lIallolla- i JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky OfflccoTor Higgina do McKinney Stor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoSSinxxoy EvMake and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Pran Chick un Feed Ac Prices very reasonable GUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller p FAVORITE RESCBIPT10N FOR WEAK WOMEN BROWN fi BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Officon Masonic Bldg SOMERSET i Room 9 KY 4rwllipractice in all the State Courts also i1 States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and rr aptly a nL MONUMENTSttIRELlN t O White Brow is to atone In the monument budness what the Improved dropuvud sow lug machine s to the old hand method or the palace car Is lo the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It Is indestructible And will perpetuate tho re cords and resting place of our ones It Is very with a frosted sliver ap pearanco please hold your order until you can investigate I- tJ cjiSCjS J rC McWhorfer Agt OKOHAKD KY 1oUADJ+ C+ ARY 1 tTNDEItT AXEB EBIBUMUER And Doalcar In HABNESS SADDLESY 0 ttanford Ky Na 4 GOLDSTEINtAsnpli HoteliStattfordID- 1IUT m Hi One bj Only Now is the time Dont neglect your bee friend Eyes examined and IlarlelclenUllcl1l1yadjusted Dont neg 3ect your eyes Office boo rsi 9 a m to 8 p m rwr ij 1 Rain sad ewe have no effect haroeit treat with Eureka lI- ness Oil It ic aim the i kffJlblatbe V able Stitches do not brisk No rouEuur foe to chat Iberneonly keep IooktD1 like new but wears hke- slloob the nteoEnreka1laroms 4 tSold Standard 011- Company J a frtn Nts i1Xa Blue Grass NurserieSPRING Ol 1002 Fruit and ornamental trees grape vli S small frulu and everything- orchard for lawn and gardeu We have DO agents but sell direct to the planter niLLKNMKYER Islington Ir I Turnpike Road Districts I Sections k Amsunt of Work Regular term Lincoln unty Fiscal Court held April 3 1002 lion Jas P lIalley Jpdge presiding with the following Jus flees of the present towltt Jas A Dudderar W D Wallin Jas A Smith F R ComptonIt by the court that the turnpike roads In Llncolq county be divided Into four road districts and one of said road dll trlcts be allotted to each of the for supervision and It Is further ordered kind quautr and quon tltv of metal to be spread upon each turnpike or section thereof be ad vertlted by pub Ilcatloo in one of the newspaper publish In Stanford ICy and by handbl as well ns the time when said metal sljall be upon the turnpike or section thoreot In condition to be measured by tho mag trato In whoso district the turnpike or ec tlon thereof Is located and when so measured tho amount thereof shall be certlOcd by said magistrate to the Fiscal Court at Its regular October and April terms In each year and when approved by said court GO per cent of tho value shall be cer tlBed by sold court to the Sheriff of LIncoln county for payment the remaining 40 percent of the contract shall be paid when tbe toll amount of metal contracted for Iball have been upon the turnpike or section thereof directed by the magi tre who will designate when nod where saId metal shall be spread and the tblekn thereofNo shall be spread before Sept 1 nor later than Jan 1 1003 healed bids will be received by the court not later than 1e oclock noon standa time April 31st 1603 and the work to be done upon said turnpikes or sections thereat shall be awarded to the person maklojt the lowest and best bid therefor court reserving tho right to reject any or all bide A rod of rock or gravel consist at 225 cubic feet The rock roust be broke small enough to go through a twoInch MOK The rock U to be the best quality obtains In the locality The clerk of this court Is directed to aye printed copies ot this order together wltb copies of turnpike districts sections and work to be done on the turnpike or section thereofThe of the turnpike will be let at the same time and the bids tor ditching must be separate and not Include In the bid for material The contract tor the ditching win be made for the year GO per cent ot the work done to be at tbe regular October term and the residue at the April term 1001 If ditched br plowln loose dirt to be removed from the ditches Ditches to be kept open during the yea The clerk Is directed to spread upon be order book of this court the turnpike roadl by sections which are as follows towlt STANfOHD DISTRICT Stanford and Lancaster pike Scl troIIl Stanford to Wm Logans lane 15 rode root PecI from Wm Logons lane to Oarrai line 3 rods rock and It rods gravel Rush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford and Lancaster pike to Hawkins branch 12 rods rock Secf from Hawkins branch to Hubble 12 Ji rods rock Danville and Lancaster pike 5 rods rook and 10 rods vel Stanford and Danville pike Sec 1 trot Stanford to Ceo Hoppers house 15 rods rock SecI from Duo Hoppers house to county line 40 rods rock Stanford Knob Lick piker Sec 1 from Stanford and Huston villa tike to slang log Fork creek 12K rods Soc I rom Hanging Fork creek to Danville and iusUmvllle pike 124 rods gravel Lincoln and Boyle County pike 10 rodl ravel Stanford and Mlllodgevllle pikes Sec 1 from Stanford and Hnstonvtlle pike to Mc JormncU church C rods rock 9 rods gravel Sec 2 from UcCormocks church 123 rods gravel cue OBlIIARD DUTBHT Cub Orchard and Chapptlla Utf pike 10 rods ravel 10 rods rock rougb Crab On bird and Lancaster pike See 1 troll O W Erana to Crab Uichuil 16 rock her 2 from U W Evans to tsrrard line tl rods rock Stanford sad 1reaehrriTlll pike See 1 from Stanford and Crab Orchard Wllktnon1 iraBcb 10 tads rock Sec 2 from Wllkenon Irarcb to Crab Orchard and Lvncutcr plkelS rod SliofordaDcl Crab OrcbarJ pike Set 1 iron tone house to 16 D Uaughmans lane Ii roole rock Sec i from U I Uiu bniani to Kwaten gate 10 rod rock herb horn HywsUn gate 10 Cb Orchard 40 rods rock Stanford sod Oltenhtlm pike Sec 1 from Stun rod lloOle1blacksmithItcktmlth shop to Ottenhelt 10 Stanford Dix Ulferdarranl County sod Wbltt Oak Pike heel from LAN a It to mouth of uddenrs Mill Road at J H HUlt s0 nxla gravel lad 6 tads rock ties 2 from Ouddersrs Mill lloai a t J it Hlttii to end of road 10 rods rock slid II rod gravel VTATXESBlIUi DISTRICT Stanford and Waynesburgpike Sc 1 from tanford to pike rook Sec 2 om Otunbelm pike to May wood county road I- Un rock Sec s from llaywowl e unty road U artera store lurods took 4 from Carters llorl to HulcblDsoua schoolhouse g rods rock Iiec 4 from llutcbtnaons schoolhouse to Bolts nrr to rods Sec 6 from Bull store U angavilleplkearods SeCI7 Klnptl le pike 10 ilea Uaines bnu8 role rock Sec 8 OlOflte glen bore to O tt Chins house 10 rods soek Sed v U W Cliffs house toWsyneaburg 10 rod roc k KlngiVllle and Pleaunt Point pike Sect from ajneeburg pike to County tad leading from CalleY County to roil rack tree 2 from Casey mnty to KtniciTllle 10 rod rock McKinney sad South Fork Turnpike IIORJS roda lluiionTllleand Cofle s Mill lIke See 1 from Jim SieUolel boual0 rda grwl M jfromjno AlcUanlrla to Mt Salem store 12 rodl rock IlfSTONVILLE DISTRICT Hu touvile and Ilradfordtrllle pike 8S rods raved HiutonTllIe and pike K rods ravel l nillle and Huitonlil See 1 from Bus nrllle to Morrland M rods gruel Sec 2 Irom orrland to liojle count line SO rods gravel Carpenters Moreland pike 20 rods ravel TurnersTllleand McKinney pike bored gravel sad Turnemllls pike from J U Slu- rbystoSiciflaney0 reds rock 1C rods gravel pike See 1 from Stan lord so TuroenrlUe 45 rods rock lire 2 from Tar endue to Huitonvllle 20 rule rock III rda gravel Turnenrllls snd McCormack Church See t from TurneraTtlU like to Bam helms house 10 BllhopsiAtUat UW H COllElt- Clerk Lincoln County Court By D E Pennlngton O C j I1 41 UI1M fH Brodhead I Our town will have now aldowa soon J G Frith ia tearing down old houses and barns and ttulldlng grcater ones Rev R R Noel of Stanford was with UB last Saturday and Sunday and did some good preaching to his flock Rev Stinnett went to Pine Hill Sat urdav Our marshal J E Wallln haa been on the suck llet but la out again Ono ot our bachelors and a bcautlful young belle are looking mighty Qucer at each other but wo can not toll whnt ItmeansTho people had what they called a tacky party at Miss Nola Kelallnga Tuesday night and It wal well attended As we have not been heard from for some time and an some of your readers say they want to read the happenln o our little village we will give a ft ItemsMre Martha Miller Is now rcported at the point of death with coniumptlc Ore E J Brown of Stanford and W J Edmlslon of Crab Orchard were tbo guests of Dr Percy Benton Sun dayCharlie Pike who has been In Lou vllle for the last 15 months Is at bome this week and on the puny list Lum Howell left last week for St Louie He left ble wife at her niotheia for a few weeksOur man Larkin Hicks who hal been winning all the prizes In the old fiddlers contests has either lost bls hand Or head Ho won only 2d prize It this place and wasnt In It at all at Mt VernonMrs Jobo Younce daughter of Mr J L Robbing and sister ot John Robbins ol this place passed quietly opt of mfferlng and aflllctlon last Saturday light Into peace and rest after a protracted Illness of some 12 months She lied of consumption Mrs Younco wal woof the most devoted Christians waver Knew She confided fully In Jesi tad death seemed to have no terror to her LANDSTOCKCROPSETC At Chicago W R Felson sold 56 Shorthorns for 110005 an average of 1340 Fox Logan bought a handsaw pan of horses in Huslonvllle for 8271 AdvocateThe Emperor No 27 will ervo mares at IS and jenneta at 110 to nsure living colts I S Tevls She by City James B Haggln paid 8200000 for the Cowonhoven and Ryder farms ad olnlng the Sheepihead Bay N Y ace course Read the description and pedigree 01 F Reids ODe stallions Quasi and Joraey Golddusl and bear them In mind when you think of breeding Lutes S Co bought ot M J Farrls a- car load of fat hogs at 6c They were rood ones They also bought of M J loffman 60 fat hogs for Sept 10 dellv erYIIt lic and rented to Mr Hoffmaji 50 Ores of meadow land for 8325 J RaL E H Deaziey have secured tbo floe saddle stallion Cleveland Dare by Chester Dare dam a Black qulrrel mare and he will make the season at their stable hero at 815 to inure Be Is a solid bay 151 hands and a One Individual The description and pedigrees of lack Hawk Jr and Royal Denmark will appear next issue They are owned by R S Scuddcr of McKinney whc will stand tbem at 83 each mack Hawk Jr Is by Col Bill Brecklnrldg aDd Royal Denmark by Black Dave be- by Stonewall Jr They are both sun foa1 getters and One breeders Sep lem at Mlddleburg tomorrow Saturday afternoon- CAUTION This is not a gentle word but when- you think how liable are not to pur chare for 75c the only remedy universally known and a remedy that his had the largest sale of anv medicine in the world Iince for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung trouble without losing its great popularity aJi- theee you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and olbelR that are cheap and good light Ids perhaps bn for severe COlt II III onchitis Croupandespecially for Consumption where ex ctoration and coughing during the nights and mornings there nothing like Oerman Syrup Sold by all in Ihe civilized G G Green Woodbury N J Penny Drug Store SAVE TilE LOVED ONES I Mrs Mary A Vilet Newcastle Colo wrl1eshI believe Ballards Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough med- Icine and will do all that Is claimed for It- and It is so pleasant to take My little- girl wants to take It when she has no need lor it Ilallards Horehound Syrup Is Ibe- Jreat cure for all pulmonary ailments 25c 50c and SI at Pennys Drug Store PapaWell Willie have you been a- flood boy today Small WillieDirt you mamma Why should I ak- ber Dont you know whether you have been good or not Yes but mam ialdeaof goodness differs from mlDo- and I dont want to go back on aD- Ything she says The Owensboro Messenger makcs- tbls heartless remark The latest pIC- Lure of Mlea Ellen M Stone much re lemblee Mre Carrie Ration And vet- tbo brigands seemed to think It neces 9811 to provide a cbaparon for her I Try Chamberlains Stomach and Live- rblcleIbo best physic For sale by- Crali dt Hacker druggists It e JJfiL J P UJJ Crab Orchard Farming and gardening aro OtlvlDR employment to many now the work be log greatly delayed on account of un seasonable weather The oil excitement Is at rover heal here Lands are being leased and an export Is expected to test the mattt leaving nil parties very anxiously ault lag further developments Mrs Sarah Brooks and daught Mice Molllo are expected home Monday from their Winter sojourn In Call tomb Mrs Morris Harris spent lev oral days In Lancaster the past week Misses Sallie and Mabel MoWbort made a visit Monday to friends In Gar rard Miss LIzzIo Bcazloy la spendinG a few days with Dr W S Beazley aDd family at Lancaster Mr Harvey bal been on tho sick list this week bolt threatened with pneumonia Elder J G Livingston Is suffering with a sove attack of grip Mrs Jack Wltbolte Woodford Is with Wm Stewart WUI Brooks is mingling with Monde hero Whether U la occidental or othorwls but It seems one of Heavens bcncdt lions that he almost universally react cheCiInary attentions In the hour of need at bereavement ot bis homo friends After a long and painful but patlei Illness of a complication ot trouble George Lee James aged 31 years die Ion Tuesday morning April 16tb at tbl jotno of bis sister Mrs J F Hnldac His death though not unexpected Is beavy stroke especially to his sister who loved him to fondly and who so pa lontly and tenderly ministered to hli ivcry want during his long Illness bt saving recently returned tram tht army broken down In health but all tbe loving ministrations ot affectlonai Islcrs and friends and skill of klDd ibyslclani with the constant watch are of an eQicleni nurse could nc hwart the dread monster Be leave one brother Will lames three sisters Mrs Holdam Mr Sam Scott and Mis icrt James also two children Sue leth and George Andrew to mourn bl- alos His wife and parents prcccdci him to the grave some time ago Elder J G Livingston Immersed him aod performed the marriage ceremoni when be and Miss Maggie Holmes won wedded and was expected to bold ser vices at the grave but his own Illnes revealed A largo concourse 01 friend followed the remains to out beautiful cemetery on the bill where our loved ones art being so rapidly ithered to await the resurrection morn HKUHINECURES Fever and Ague A dose will usually ItOp a chill a continuance always cures 11111 rm M Stroud Midlothian Texas nySi 1809 writes We have used erblno In our family for eight years and fouDd it the best medicine we have eve ted for la grippe bilious fever and malaria 50c at Pennys Drug Store The Criterion on any cont is a guar antee of its quality its workmanship and its fit Nothing more can go into clothing than this In the Criter ion yon have it all The very latest things in styles and colors Prices from 1000 to 1750 Sold only by H J McRoberts i ijll1 jI Leave your Prescriptionswith j I Lowest Prices Consistent Wit Best Material and Accurate Work o marjshlp I CRAIG MOCKER MENS FINE SHOES I My stock of Mens Shoes for spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies tC Misses AVO have the Drew Selby C Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twentyone years handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give us a call e e8TeS DheeleT mVOTm HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE l i DKALKKS JK I Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I i boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand antitare sold at prices that defy eotupotitiont See our elegant line ot Lap Robes This beautiful hlk 1 JO Xed13a ch fitted with an Elgin or Walthtm move went sad warranted 35 years for I When wanting Anything in our line dont fall to see new and beautiful things we have In our handsome stock- Remember our Mr Murray la a graduate of oner countryWhen repairingMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville I Special price this week Son washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers GEORGE H FARRIS CO rr We handle the Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle Buggies I A better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition If you want the best buggy made come see our stock Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tide Institution was originally established as tilts Deposit hank In 1858 then reorganized as the National stank ot Stanford In 1813 and again reorganized as the First National Dank of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities Mr transact InK business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited 15 Officers J S UOOKKK Prcst J J McUOllKIlTS Chr W II WEAKEN Ilk- prDirectors V Reid Lincoln Cor8 T Harris J B Mocker Lincoln Co W T Walton Lincoln Co J H Collier Crab Orchard M n Elmore Stanford B II Ilaughman Stanford T P Stanford Ijva