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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL LVOL xxx STANFORD KY F1RDAY JANUARY 3D 1903 9 A M NO 93 tNEWS NOTES At Uawesvlllo tho wets won by 112 Albert tbo creat trick elephant li dead at Kansas City Mn Llzzlo Mullen of Mason county s wen Instantly killed In a runaway Tho Franklin grand jury It expected to report moro Indictments Saturday The death sentence Imposed on Col Arthur Lynch was commuted to lIfo Imprisonment Jaiper Jane a Plnovllla workingman lost his home household effects and cub savings by Ore The widow of a man killed In the Grand Central tunnel accident In Now York received Judgment for 110000- lo accordance with a proinUa made bor husband beforo hli death a New tJerloy woman scattered his libel over the seacPeter Maher wet knocked out by ChoynskI In tbo second round of what was scheduled to bo a six round bout at Philadelphia Flty two persons were burned to death In a Are which destroyed file buildings In the Colony Hatch Lunatic Asylum London Noah GrlffRs was sentenced to JH at Lexington for 30 days for peeping on what ho declared was a mob which was forming towhltecap him A mob of persons at Chicago led by women hold up a coal train and stole the contents of five cars before the police could control the situation Dank safes at Slcolvllle III and Waterloo Nob were blown open b robbers who mado rich hauls gelMng 3000 at Stcelvl Ho and 13600 at Wa t W T Tolaon died at Campion 1of smallpox There aro now about 30 cases of the disease In tbo town an several In the county All business suspended Fortynine State and private banks were organized In Kentucky during the year 1002 with a combined capital of 11470000 This Increases the num bur of banking Institutions In the State to 812 A memorable celebration of tbo birthday of the late President MoKln lay was held In Canton 0 Tuoiday night when President Roosevelt and other distinguished visitor gathers around the banquet board I An array of distinguishedmen from both the North pod the South attends the banquet given by Davis Camp United Confederate Veterans In Now York Charles Francis Adams responded to the toast Robert K Lee Mr Henry Wattcrson spoke of The Memory of Lincoln The superintendent public build logs In Washington asks for 110204 for the White House this year as t against 135000 last year Ho says It Is more expensive to maintain tho building now owing to the recent arch itectural changes and the Urge family occupying It At the United Mlno Worker coo vention It was decided to make no t change In tbo assessment for the dos tense fund at present Tho Committee f on Constitution proposed a change la representation whereby the aeeent ol three fourths of the districts will to necessary to Inaugurate a general strike Instead of throe tthe as bore tofore BARGAIN BABIES If babes were for sale the most Invet erate bargain hunting woman in the world would pot look lor a bargain baby She would want the best baby that be bought regardless of price Every woman naturally craves a healthy handsome child her crav I log can be gratified if she will bet remember that the health U her own gift and to give health eke must C V have Mother It to gl whose babies have been weak and pcmy here nursed in often their first etrcog chl after Dr Ferocite Prescriptloa It iatfaebe preparative for f maternity encouraging the appetite histrength lp gift her child and makes t the babys advent practically painlec a Mr wife tod been sick nearly mil her urMys Ir 8 E Ptlcke of PctmibuT Mew Co g11lladsof aDd I made pmra 4 to pnorite t taia bleb Ply wile s lablapoooat thfta day until tile UkT cuae She dt bettft alter taking tIMJtm battle and when Ubr born be a a hair pound ouemapoondatoys could be a a Mrs the tae or rate Pavortte Prrutpt sou eoaoaeof inch healthyDr Piecesnt Pellets are too bet and for the use el n delicate wome n Boston suffered a 1250000 Ore BowlingIof Nelson county It dead Flvo persons were killed by tbo ex plosion of a boiler at Anniston Ala Robert Planqett the composer of liTho CLlmee of Normandv ladca Eight persona woro killed and Hears destroyed In a wreck near Tucson Ariz There aro eight cases of emall pox In Georgetown They aro all under guar antine President Lincoln old homo at Springfield 111 boo a narrow escape from destruction by The suit attacking fIreItbo Goobel Reword dismissed by Judge Cantrllt While walking on a trestle In Carter Mrs Alvin stond wasrun down and killed by a 0 3s O train Moro then a scoro of dead bodies woro taken from the rains of the col listen of a Reading express and a local express at Graceland N J The court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Fayotto circuit court sentencing William McCarty to bo hanged for the murder of his wlfoIThe 10yearold daughter of Homer Bird condemned to die In Alaska has written a childish appeal to Miss Allco RoosevoK to Intercede for bor fathers Tho United State government waiv ed the right of Immunity In the case of Godfrey fluaicr Jr It Is presumed upyThe Goobel toward Commission a Ire session In Frankfort accepted the resignation of John Ucndrlok and D W Dradburn and elected L 0 Nor man and J M Richardson to euccea boardsannouncement has been made at St Louis that the Louisiana Purchase Exposition building anti grounds will be dedicated on April 30 Speeches will bo mado by President Roosevelt and former President Cleve land IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES There are 13 lawyers at Harrods bnrg Mr Kitty filtle aged 00 Is dead In Madison She is survived by a sister who U 102 K Dunbar brother of Sidney Dun bar of this county Is dud at James town ages 83 Mrs Jack Harrison of Dell coucty gave birth to triplets and she and nil throe of the children died later Coy Oeokham has appointed U H Crooke of Richmond a Special Judg- of the Madison Circuit Court In tb oaao of A Warner against J II Evan County Judge Edward Saxon of Boston will arrive this week having accepted the offer of Central University to Oil the chair of oratory which has been established at Central University The citizen of Russell Springs Rut soil county arc making an effort for tbo removal of the county neat to that placo from Jamestown They offer to build a courlbouio at their own ex pence Joo and Oowlc Smith brothere killed their cousin Cal Dobbs near Mount Piigab Wayne county as tb result of an old feud The Smiths hay escaped and a reward of 000 le offered for their capture There wero crowded Into the Somer set Jill Saturday night 29 prisoner In a space hardly sufficient for a doze with any sort of comfort Wo are Ala to learn that the fiscal court has taken the matter up and will extend the prl on IPrlnjJournalTbo Doll County Coke and Improv ment Co has bens organized to dove op mountain land Vincent forcing Is president James D McCrcary vice presldont and R C Ford secretary and treasurer The company has pur chased 10000 acres of coal and timber land along the upper waters of tbo Cumberland and this will bo developed without delay rWorryvt maybotbo cause Is something over which you worryaOn the other hand if within your con tol you have only to act When you have a cold and fuse an attack of pneu monia buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use It judiciously an wdof pneumonia when it Is used For e by Craig A Hocker Drugglata rSomeono sont money anda prayer Poweyre caee Record luggeat sawWilliamRemit us the amount of your IUbo licrlplon and greatly oblige us CRAB ORCHARD Iw A Bealay was hero on buslnei t week Robert Holmes will attend school In Stanford tblr icm Col Welch was hero with friends Mr Will Davis who has been mak ing his homo with Mr Stringer near hero died tsar On account SundayIweather tbo last Saturday They have postponed organizing until spring It Is rumored that one of our clever set young bachelors will open a choice lino of groceries and dry goods soon If a suitable store room can be rooted Houses and store rooms are bard to find hero this winter Newton Goodman la In Louisville on business Mrs Jano Butcblosoo of Rowland le vlslllng Mr Chris Hutch Inson whose wire continue sick Aliases Lena Napier and Lillian Garner Enter tained a few friend at their homes last weekpRev O M Uuev of Stanford will conduct services at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon The numbers of tbo church hope to have him as pator for one Sabbath of each month during tbo year All members aro requested to bo at she business meeting attar ser vices Moro of our young boys and girls are expecting to go away to school soon There Is a tlno opening hero for a teacher of the advanced branches An energetic sod enterprising teacher would be most welcome as so many of actcount higher branches not being taught hero Mrs Sabra McClure has returned 1from Lancaster Mr and Mrs A B Bkstln of Lancaster are visiting A Bastln and family Mite Addle Holme and returned from a delightful visit to Mr John McRobcrt at Lebanon Mies Addle both pretty and talentedslclll fast with brush and noedle ne Is shown by the beautiful specimens wo bavo seen Pretty Little Mies Goodie Red d entertained some of her playmates last Saturday with a nlco dinner and dif ferent games Messrs W R and WIIj son Dllllon of Livingston wero Monday prospecting for a home bereI latter Their friends hero will glvo them a hearty welcome as citizens again LIBERTY Mrs Rebecca Owens has moved her old home In Rusell Eld J Q Montgomery preached ni Junction City lest Sunday tdcof Lebanon la visiting relatives hero Cbas Phil lips of Taylor was visiting Henry Bar rata teat Sunday Oscar Wilkinson made a visit to Humphrey Miss Lela Montgomery Is vlalllng relatives In Adair Dr M O Sallle made a visit to isle old homo at Colum bia Mrs Sarah Scott Is hero working up a blvo of Lady Maccabees Charley Roy of Montgomery Is vis iting his old homo hero Otna Wlcr and Willie Bradley of Rnssell wore hero Saturday Mltchcl Taylor and wife of Burnslde wore the guests of madeoa convention that was hold hero Monday caused much strife among the ranks of Casey repub henna Copt Ed Policy got all the vote a tide take a salt to settle It CHURCH MATTERS Rev O M flueya subject Sunday morning Is The Sorrowful Look evening The man In thetUomo There will bo services at the Presby terian church at Junction City hereaf ter on tbo lit and 3rd Sundays of each mooch at 11 A M and 7 P M Craig sr Hooker guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and refund the money to any one who Is n satisfied after using twothirds the con tents This Is the best remedy in th world for la grippe rough colds areas and whooping cough and is pleasant to taltoIt prevents coq tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia Wo utterly loathe and desplso everyman who was In any manner connected with the conspiracy to assassinate Gov Goebel or gave aid or comfort to those who did by sympathy either ex murdIIe herjust aa guilty To hades with Ibo crewLexlnitonDemoOrat For a bad taste in the mouth take a few dotes ot Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets Trice 5c Warranted to euro For sale by Craig J IIockerDrug Able There are eight candidates for rep resentative In McCrackon county MIDDLE BURG Rev JB Forrell filled his appoint mnnta at the Baptlat church Sunday There Is quite a demand for corn Prices range from 82 to 12 50 per bar relIt Is rumored that ibe firm of Wesley tbolrlitockspot cash and tbo highest prices for your hickory and white oak spokes School Is progressing nicely A good ly number of Caseys and adjoining counties young teachers and others who are preparing for teachers are In attendance W P Wesley bas traded his property on College street to Ellsba Gifford for his tract of 10 acaes south of town Uncto Ellflhn gets something In tbo neighborhood of 81000 to boot James Dryo left Tuesday or Bow ling Greco to attend tho school at that lace for the present term Frank Jones the Jeweler and W T Dye wero out on a fishing expedition Tuesday They succeeded In taking a few members finny tribe Jefferson Godbey and family are leaving for Oklahoma Clell Wheat who has been hero on a visit since Christmas has returned to his homo In Toni Ho la much pleated with Tex as and brings Very flattering reports ol tbo new territory In Oklahoma Prof J W Davis and wlfo are cltl zoos of whom Mlddloburg should be proud Their school work Is very suc cessful It would be well for all thane who aro expecting to become teachers to come and spend a fow months under their Instruction A moro successful normal teacher than Prof Davis Is sill Sault to find In the Stale I beg leave of rise editor and other contributors of this JOURNAL to enter your ranks as an humble gatherer of the Dews of Mlddleburg and the sur rounding community If you will bo so kind as to admit a raw recruit lllto myself I shall exert all my powers 10 that In tbo near future I shall become a disciplined member of yourbonorablo band and thus may be a mutual base fit to both parties The republican campaign committee or delegation met at Liberty Monday to nominate a candidate for rise of ice of circuit clerk When tho ballot was taken It resulted In a tie between the two candidates Jason Wesley of prestoent clork So the party has two candl nates or nono for the office Mr Wes ley Is a moat deserving and highly reo speared young mm and It Is your scribes opinion that tbo republican party could make no bolter choice then to give him tbo nomination LANCASTER C W Anderson sold a pair of mules to Bowen Fox for 8225 The temperance people bavo gono to work in a vigorous campaign- C W Anderson had a mule badly hurt by trying to jump a fence Rev Geo 0 Barnes Is drawing fair audiences every evening at the court house Rev J E Woolford Is called to Richmond to preach a trial sermon SundayDr H Pearce will preach a tem peranco sermon Sunday afternoon at Herrings school house The skating rink bids fair to prove an attraction to the young folks A rice opening Is announced forthls af tornoon Cyrus E non has bought the William Baugbman farm In too lower part of the county and will tako possession March 1 The Christian Endeavor Society will have an open session Sunday evening and an Interesting program will bo rendered Mrs Buck Carter died Tuesday near Buckeye of rheumatism and the In torment took place Wednesday Sbo left a husband and four children The sad news reached hero of the byofstore at Coal Creek Tenn The un thepfrom the water and died Ho was the sonot the late Captain Thos Peacock and was In his 62 year Ho was poet master here under Cleveland Mr and Mrs S C Denny attended tho Cooper Pearson nuptials at Har rodiburg Wednesday evening Mrs E P Faulconer and daughter Miss Pearl of Danville havo been guest of SxRobinson Is visiting her mother Mrs Wallao In Madison Miss Addle Ar nold E W Morrow and Clayton Ar nold attended the funeral of Mrs Dun can Powell at Paris Miss Rosalia Gulley entertained eta flinch parly Wednesday evening Mr Jas A Roy SalleBCaptain Frank J White has been til for a fow days Miss Rella Arnold leaves Monday for a visit to Nicholas villa and Lexington r tr x t BARGAINS AT THE GLOBE Our stock of Overcoats and Winter Suits has been quicklySomeof our nicest Suite aro loft Come Soon if You Want Good Picking IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T Da mILLER Danville KU CARLOAD OF Oliver Chilled Plows and Studebaker Wag ons Just ReceivedF- OR SALE BY Higgins a McKinneyST- ANFORD KENTUCKY i i Who Shall fill 111 There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the vest Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo shall expect to servo you When we fill your prescription every drug that en ters into it has tho exact potency tho physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky A WORD I a vae We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a con tinuance of it during the year just begun Craig Hocker STJrNFORDI W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a continuance of your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the yearZJust closed de Fresh Drugs at PrJcesthat are Right s tQ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON I H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County U s candidate for elate Tnu nnr snbltct to the action of the Democratic f JAMES F HOLDAM- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Or cult Deck of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH Is a candlJjte for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac tlonof thepvty J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resenutlve of Lincoln county subject to the act of the party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MC SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR EVERY person to hU own liking eald the old woman who kissed her pet cow If the Advocate which got to be democratic almost within the twin ling of au eye wants to help along such papers as the Lexington Herald whlcb fights democracy except when there Is Bomethlog In eight and which wears tho cloak of democracy In order to better serve the republican party Its 00 business of ours The old lady arout the corner Is free white and past 21 and she has a right to do what sbe We think the Herald and the Louisville Post have done more to belp the republican party than all of tbe republican papers In the State and are at a loss to know why the Advocat wants to help such publications aloe by offering Its subscribers Inducements to take them Better contlnu t3 follow the rooster gentlemen as you stated some weeks ago that you It tended to do and let the Herald take caro of Its own paper and policy SI mon pnro democrats dont need the Herald It Is the weakkneed that are looking for something to get reared at that want such a paper A CENSUS recently taken in Chin for the purpose ot assessing taxes to meet the Indemnity payments show that the population there nuUiplIe like fleas The 18 provinces of Chin proper contain 407737305 inhabitant Manchuria has 8500000 and Mongolia Thibet and Chinese Turkestan a little over 10000000 The total populatlo of the Empire Is 426447323 accordlni to this enumeration The absolute reliability of Asiatic statistics Is qucs tlooed nevertheless the agreemen of the results of the census with thi accepted estimates Is so close as to invite confidence The statement that the Chinese Empire contains onethin of the human race will hereafter bi regarded more than ever as an approx- Imate truth AN Incendiary speech was made by James H Hayes a Negro lawyer of Richmond Va before the Afro Amer lean Council In Washington when he said that the black man may yet be compelled to resort to tbo sword and torch to avenge the alleged Injuttlc done him by the whites A coat cf tar e and feathers or some 30 feet ot good strong rope might stop this skunk from such utterances and the sooner the dose Is administered the better It will be for Hayes and his race A CONVENTION of the United Mine- Workers of America in Indianapolis demanded an Increase of 11 cents a ton Both the miners and the mine owners will do well to omit the do wand habit for a time The publics turn to demand has come A PORTION of Youtseya confession Is given elsewhere The whole story Is a bloodcurdling one and If the entire crew implicated In the assassination of Gov Goobol do not hang It will be a shame on the laws of Kentucky that time can never efface I TUB editor of the Somerset Journal Is tickled to death because the Pulatkl county jail la going to be enlarged Can It be possible that Brer Campbell Is figuring on quarters for himself POLITICAL W L Perkins has been appointed postmaster at Albany Clinton county A womans suffrage bill it Is stated will be passed by the Kansas Legisla ture A bill to tax bachelors and old maids was Introduced in the New York Leg Islaturo C C Spauldtng has been nominated for representative by the democrats Marlon county Senator Fairbanks accepted unite mous reelection at the hands oj the Indiana Legislature Congressman Borelng has recommended the appointment of J M Green as postmaster at Plnevllle The republicans of Adair and Cumberland have nominated Dr L O Nell of Columbia for Representative h The Jim Crow Negro is the natural result ot a Jim Crow president say tho Louisville TimeIThe Alabama louse passed the bill Increasing the governors salary from 93000 to 85000 to take effect from tbe beginning of the term of the prelent incunbent Dr William C Black who has been nominated for representative by tbe republicans In the KnoxWhltley district will be a cacdldato for the republican caucus nomination for speaker James K Richards Solicitor Geoer al of the Department ot Justice Ie mentioned as a possible successor to Judge Day Judge George Du Relle of Louisville is In Washington in tbo Interest of his candidacy for tbo place The South Carolina Legislature has elected Congressman A C Latimer United States Senator to succeed J W McLaurln Tho Wisconsin Legislati reelected Senator John C Spoooer Senator E fr Pettus was reelected In AlabamaFor first tlmo In at least lour years a democrat presided over the deliberations of the Housu for a tIme Tuesday Speaker Henderson had occasion to vacate the chair and rcquei ed Representative Underwood of Alabama to take his place The republican Senators In Colorado have practically conceded the regularity of the election of United States Senator Henry M Teller by the abando meet of their separate organizatlc Gov Peabody says be knows ot no rea son why he should not sign Teller certificate of election but he will walt for a judicial opinion- YOUTSEYS CONFESSION Following are excerpts from the coo esslon made by Henry E Youtsey who irobably knows more about tho assasi nation ot Gov Goebel than any ot the fiendish crew of conspirators Jame n Howard of Clay county fired the hot that killed William Goebel Ho named William S Taylor Chas inlay Caleb Powers John L Power William H Cultoo and William J Di Idson as conspirators with him aod aid that others were active and had a ullty knowledge the crime was to bo ominttted these menadvlsed Goebel eath by shooting and aided and abetted in procuring his death On Jan 27 after Tallow Dick Combs and Mason Hoqkcrshlth tbe Negroes notified Voutsey that tbey were not willing to do the killing Taylor dictated a letter to Jim Howard outsoy wroto the letter which contained Instructions from Taylor for toward to come to Frankfort that ble pardon for the murder of Georges Baker awaited him The letter also in ructod Howard to report to Youtse In the auditors office In Frankfort ants present his Taylors letter to Yout- sey Theo the letter said Youtse would acquaint him Howard with th steps necessary to be taken in order to procure the pardon Youtsey said he- did not know whether Taylors letter- to Howard was sent by mall or mesaen gel but that he was inclined to believe that it was sent by a messenger He said that Taylor either Intended to- seod or did rind tbo letter by Walter R Day the State treasurer to John G White at Winchester and that Vhe lat- t3r was to dee that Howard got the let- tar Be said no was certalrAbat Tay rdld not confide to Day or to White wby Howard was wanted except that be was to get a pardon Taylor had- told Youtsey that By Gd Howard was the man Ho had been in Frank forr after a pardon and could settle the cootest by killing Goebel On Howards arrival at Frankfort Youtsey told him that It had been decided that the only way to win the contest for the governorship was to kill Goebel and that If he would do the lllng Taylor would not only pardon blm for the murder of Baker but also- for the murder of Goebel and would give him 61000 besides Howard asked- bow and when It could be done and Youtsey told him of his plan to do the lllng He said It was to pull dowo- thu window blind In the office of the sretary of State raise the window and to shoot Goebel with a smokeless powder steel bullet as bo approached tbe State house Youtsey told Howard noooe would ever know that Taylor was governor aod the bead of the State Guard Howard agreed and Youtsey then left him in the hallway while he- lDade a report to Taylor goToll Howard to ahead said Taylor Youtsey said that ho had Itot- the key from Powers office from W J Davidson before Howard arrived and cording to an agreement made at meetlog on the night before the oOlce- wall to be left unoccupied and locked Powers and the others had kept their promIse and the office was without an ocoupant About 1115 oclock Yout- sey unlocked the door and let Howard In He bad previously adjusted all the adow blinds and bad placed tbree- rlfies in the room Each was loaded with the steel gullets One of the ri nes Youtsey bald ho bad borrowed from- Urant Roberts also a clerk in the Au ortfoftlcc The other two bo had Itot around the Executive building Youtsey said that while the room was darkencd it was not difficult to see- aod that Howard examined each rloe- wltb great care Ho weighed them in hie handa and took aim with each one 4 w s Suddenly Goebel Jack Chine and Epb Llllard were sighted on their way to the State House Youteey pointed out Goobel to Howard and told him that he was the man to be killed Bow ard drew two big pistols from his pock et and placed them on the window sm QToutsey asked Howard what he was going too with the pistols and he aldIII will shoot these off alter J shoot Goobol so people will tblok there are threo or four men In thle room Howard got on his knees aimed the Martin rifle out the windo took steady aim and fired Goobel fo Howard dropped the rifle and fired four shots from the pistols Youtsoy said that when Howard fired at Goebel ho Youtsoy was standing inside the room but with hrs back turned to Howard and with his hand on tho knob ot tho door leading from Power oQlco into tho hallway near the on trance to the cellar or basement sbot1raoran down the stairway Into the basi meet Ho cried My Ud wbats the matter as ho ran Ho ran arout tho building into Taylors office and told him that Howard bad done the workGoebel had been killed Tayli was greatly excited but was glad tbat Howard bad performed his service toward was then paid the money lor his dastardly deed Youtsoy said tbat the money which Taylor bad in his possession to pay Howard was raise by contribution He said that tho money was originally raised to aid tbe epubllcans in their contest beforo the legislature and that all but two or rbrce of the claimants to the Stato offices had glvea to the fund THIS AND THAT I Several storms are raging In the In eTiiountaln region of Utah Dr Newton Porter and of the oldest nd best known men of Eminence h dead Car barns and cars valued at 175001 wero destroyed by Oro at Bay City lien Illinois College at Jacksonville III has been absorbed by the University of blcago Three miners were crushed to death and several injured by a snowslldo al Park CItyvUiab In a saw explosion near London Tom Gregory and a man named Cobb were badly Injured It Is expected that a revolution will reak out in Honduras as a result or tbe recent elections Judge Stevens of Kosclusko Miss has denied ball to 12 men Indicted for lyncblng two Negroes R L Hubble and Caldwell sold to Smltb of Tennessee 34 yearling mules at 990 and a horse for 8125 John L Fiddler proprietor cf a bo- tel at Marlon vllle Pa shot and killed bls wife and committed suicide Frank Ford wellknown railroad man ot Lexington committed suicide wblle despondent over tbo death of his wire JACK SALE We will on Wednesday arch 4 1005sell 40 Jacks at special sale Send your entries in at once Fox tC LOGAN Danville NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBUaSBASJMPron UNCTION CITY KY rlnt01ala Turnouts p at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale NOTICE I Notice Is hereby tfytn that by mutual consent the firms of C RoseniUnsCo and J Kosenttlne ti Co com se1 ot C Rotenstlne Rebecca Rosen- tine At Roenttlne Jake Rownstlne sni Robert Rosensllne have been dlssolve1 Jake Kosenstln an1 Rebecca Kosenstlnt continue the lousIness under- armthe name of J Rosenstln Co at Frankfort Ky C Rosenstlne and Robert Roxnstlne will business under the firm name of C Rosenstln Co at Stanford Ky M Roienstln will continue buslnesut Frankfort Ky Indlvtdvully On ovory purchase mado as an Inducomont wo glvo tickets on fine decorated Chlnawaro Romombor our prices are always LOW and Chlnawaro FREE mall for tickets Cood for tho year Nlnotoon Hundred and Throo f1LeRFor will strive to please tho most exacting Now goods nro daily including the newest weaves in drcssgood8finowhito goods oxfords piques luces embroideries corsets notions mens and ladies shoes clothingcarpets mattings etc With tho largo stock arid reasonable prices wo have alwaysjthcro is no reason why tho Grand Lender should not have your trade We ask you to inspect our goods and prices Wo never insist on your buying Every purchase must suit you Your money back for the asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManapor VeryCheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This Is a farm of 145 acres located S mace from Stanford It Is within toe mite of a postoUce church school store mill cheese factory near nOerraan settlement The tarn II well preserved and Improved and contain a large amount of fine saw The Improvement consist of a pied teaseR dwelling house with i Urge tease a walled cellar and two porches two burn one an extra goof frame with mottle abed attached sad especially arranged for sun log tobaooo the other a log taMe add wagon shed combined also a haonerr a smoke house and corn crib There Is a young orchard baring a mall vineyard and other small fruit Tho toning t1 sit rail and In good repair Tha farm Is watered with neverfalling springs and twei eSt terns The owner Is a non and Ifen this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particular eH on er address L K Hughes Becy Kentucky Ural Entato Exchange Stanford Lin coin County KenlUkv IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us for- rates and printed matter lye can giro you the Information you want Queen A Crescent Route Is the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knor vllle Cincinnati Savannah Sbrevtport Birmingham and Texts points DI- rect line to and Porto hire 8 T SWIFT P A T A Lexington W 0 ItiNCiBSOjr 0 It A Cincinnati J 0 Cosx D P A Chattanooga TOaTOnOONO i Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 462 a m II 120 p m 600 a m SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1150 p m 1127 a m Junction City 1136 a m 1117 a m It 805 p m HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE = 9mgyri S5PJCH s Regular ity Special Hoc florae and Cattle Style Stays 13 In or 6 In apart Stays ii la or 6 In apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how twill save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced For Sale by FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky Dealers in Groceries Hardware c srwaui + YC + r r rrrw HOT TIME 11 o wnut to keep warm in January nllll PolJrltlrt by hard hustling Crud being fcnrco kt this oportuuiiv Blip11e kayo stacks of nleo goods to run out in order to mako room for Spring shipments You never ngnin will got suet ft chnnco to put such In your ntepihora of the not only hi Carpets the to the lute wo are SAVINGSof you mile that our u First BankCapital Stock 550000 This Institution was originally established u the tank of Stanford In 1138 then reorganized us the National Hank of Stanford in 18U an agate rvorganlaed as the First National Balk of Stanford in 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 year It U better supplied now with facilities for transact ing onslne promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL CAPITAL Directors J B Iaxton J B Owstey II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Successors The Farmers Hank 0 TruslOompany and under same management continuously for 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually benuQclal Theres OneThing Officers nOOKEn Ire t J J McnOIlEUTS Ohr W U WEAKEN Ilkpr r Directors F Reid lUnrlllo T Hart Stanford J 8 locker Stanford W R Walton Lexington lcICIDne1MII Ilaogbman BtanforJ T P Stanford JRS Robinson Hubble If llauchman Stanford W P Tate Stanford BANKs as STOCK 60000i to S J Officers 8 H BIIANK8 e President t Ji D OW8LKV Cashier w M nnianr Aut Cashier For the year 1003 I Intend that my cut t tomer shall not find me helpless or unable to flll order when something 4 little out of the usual le wanted Myat9dk o- fCROCEIESIs now and will remain so complete that Ibcan supply Ml ordinary d most all extra ordinary demands Qua IUea are just as high at tho variety is lay and my llrlcu will gtvo an added purlhailng power to dollar and cents Wa Ch this apace each week and come regula and bo convinced or phone 88 and getlr ompt deliveries J W PBRRiN the OrocGr tto lain St Stanford Iryq 0 Laj t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY JAN 30 ld03 RShealone and with proper caro Wo could Dot do better It yon pall UI double tbo price which iialway reasonable Pen cve Druz Store PERSONALS t Miss MAGGIE LEWIS baa returned from Lexington MRS W R SINGLETON of Wayne burg It very sick Miss FLORKHCK MYEKS la with ret c ative In LouUvlllo Mus E II WALKER of Garrard Is with Mr J O Hays MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE went to HorrotlsburR Tuesday BORN to the wife of A P Sloan a daughter Alberta Jean J O HARDIN of Monticello U with his brother Mark Ilardln WILL EMURY and Winfred Portraan wont to Lexington Wednesday q HORN to the wife of Will King of iJaulrbLerI ro Mus T W HAMILTON Is spending the week with Mlsa Mary Mobley MRS R R GENTRY went to Lebanon with Mrs George R Griffith yes tordayIMR W T SMITH who has been a month or more Is out again we aroI glad to say Miss JEAN UUCIIANAN of CrabI Orchard Is visiting Mrs A Addams at Lebanon MR AND MRS JUNE n HOOICKR of Ilustonvllle spent Wednesday with relatives hero- ELIJAHt SiOONAMORE of Lincoln county was visiting his son John at Science UlllJournalE- i1JA11 n BUAZLEY a ptomlnon- horsemao t of Stanford was In tho cit gyesterday Lex DemocratDt MKS wont over to NCWUWD Tuesday to volt her sop Eld Joseph Severance C D SAMPSON and daughter Simpson of IJarrodtburg of Mrs J N Manatee IMns SAM M DBLM went to Knox night to Ito her noleo Williams who Is TarImI Dn J W ACTON of Klngavlllo orI Jars his paper sent toUoulsvlIlo whero bo hat gone to attend mtdlcal lectures MR L A FARISS ono of the Woe Knds substantial merchants was hero Tuc day and left a nice order for jobo work Mil AND MRS R IJ OAlNHSot Dun sansI T accompanied the remains of Miss Maggie Dywators to this place for Interment MHBSRS M P ROUT and D 8 Swope of Oarrard were hero yester day Tao former paid this olllto a pleaiantcall MR J Q FLOYD has moved his fam ily up from Caecry to the Carter farm near Turnerevlllo which ho bough- Iowa time ago Miss MAY ODANNON of Kansas City Mo niece of Dr W D ODan non will soon bo at tbo letters homo to act ts governess MRS GeoROElilRK returned from Owensboro with Miss Katherlno timIte MRJ D BROWN was hero Tuesday and left an order for bills for his silo which occurs at his homo on Wednesday Feb 25 MESSRS F M WAKE S M Owens and E J Tanner of McKlnnoy aCt companied tbo remains fbf George R QrinUhs to Lebanon yesterday MESDAMBS R O WAHREN Mary E Welch L D Cook Mary Craig and Miss Nell Warren vrentovor to Lanes tar Wednesday to boar Bro Barnes j TilE Coffee Social given by Mr an t Mre W B McRoberts Tuesday In hone or of Rev and Mrs S M Rankln was argoly attended and greatly enjoyed Miss CLYDE MCGINNIS of Danville was hero yesterday She was accom panted by Mils Potty Traylor of this t place who Is attending Caldwell Col logo MK CURD WILLIAMS and mother of Casey passed through to Williams burg Tuesday to reside The latto- ti took the train hero but tho former drovo through t Miss LUCILLE COOPER returned yesterday from a protracted and de lightful visit to relatives nt Naehvlllo ana Louisville While In tbo former city ego wee shown a great deal of a tention H number of parties and d being given In her honor REV S M RANKLE and wife left Wednesday morning for Greensboro o N 0 to reside Rov Rankin had been pastor of the Presbyterian church nearly six years and during his and his excellent wlo stay hero they made friends of all with whom they came In t contact Truly It can bo said that It has boon years alnca a more popular iscouplepastorate bOre R4V call from many cuurcbcs some of tho calls to largo anu wealthy charges but ho felt that thlW was the placo for him and he heeded them not His ob ject In accepting the call to a church near Greensboro was hat ho might bo with his parents In tbiflr last years I WM DAUQHERTY continues IMR W 8 CUMMINS of Rockcastle Is here bunting a farmIlearnlnJtdenUnrywill assist him In his work Lancaster ecordE BEAZLEY and Boyle Nichols of Danville wero hero with a vlow to locating and engaging In tho undertaking business Barrodiburg braidbLOCALS FRKSH fish today T O Willie ROOM coat Mr E fllgglns SCHOOL books ana supplies at Craig it Hookers COMB whllo wo hero let us mako your likeness MUs Sacray THE data of oxGov Bob Taylors lecture at Danvlllo has been changed from Fob 6 to Fob 4 Fort RENTFourrooms reception hall good garden etc Apply to Mrs Aonlo Lasloy or L R Qucbcs 210I C K McCLUKE have charge of tho rural routo which will run fromI Moroland and which starts Monday ARE you reading Sheriff M S Uaugbmann continued story which ape pears on our fourth pago each Friday SALE Mr Samuel E Lackey has sold to Mr Silas Anderson his farm of 217 steel adjoining Mr Anderson at 124 TilE young man Dellwho was acci CalcydurlDof isle woucds Tim railroad brldgo over Cedar Crook was completed Tuesday The brldgo and Its foundation coat consid erably over 110000 f DONT forget that Gov Bob Tay iceyanville on iho evening of February 4 FOR rStoreroom on Lancet ter street and law olfleos formerly oc copied by W A Trlbblo Apply a this offlqo or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t CARSON rcEareready to watt on the people In an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats hay etc taken In exchange for Hour meal ship stuff and cotton seed mealdTilE Daughtersrof the Confederacy willmeet with Mrs J 8 Rice at 2 clock Saturday afternoon The oleo tion of odlaers will take placo and a largo attendance ts desired DIG LossMrI N Vaughan whthat made several visit hero to tale fives ono of whom is tbo editor of this paper bad the misfortune to lose hl tobacco factory at Richmond Va b Oro Tbo IMS U about 1100000 which la fairly well covered by Insurance otwas in a gasoline explosion some days ago died of his Injuries Tuesday Only 10 data ago bo was married to Miss Louella Bright of this county tb marriage occurring at tho home of he brother In Danville Mr Peacock wa well known In this section Bo was postmaster at Lancaster under Prod dent Cleveland and was a popular gen tleman and good cltlxoDt11 HERKS A JOnSnake charmer without a job cap apply to Unclo Sam whn tied a position open to person qualified to collect classify and pro servo snakes and other reptiles The civil service examinations for app cants will be hold March 10 and tb oflglblcs resulting will be certified for appointment to the position of aid In thdo C The salary will bo 150 a month What a snap this Is 50 per month to do nothing but play with snakes Just thlakolehDYWATEn9toles Maggie Bywaters IlaLer of bin R E Guinea died at their home at Duncan I T and the romaine wore brought here and Inter red In Buffalo cemetery yesterday af VrRev A 8 Moffolt of Lebanon Sbo was about 62 year old and moved to Oklahoma from tbo Walnut Flat sec Lion some tbreo years ago with Mr and Mrs Game She was a member of tho Presbyterian church and a devout Christian Miss came to Ltn figt GnIFFTt1SGeorge R Grllllt died at McKinney Wednesday mer ing of consumption aged about 45 T remains wore taken to Lebanon day and at 2 oclock In the otters they were laid to rivet the Masons hav log charge of the body A wife sur vives Mr Griffiths and In her lost she has the sympathy of all who know her Deceased was a clever kindhearted man and If ho had an enemy wo never hoard of It He was connected with a big lumber concern of Cincinnati and ho mado McKinney his headquarters to receive lumber from the mountain counties Many will raise Grill as ho was famlllary called and many a heart was made sad by tho announce ment of his death Let Frank Adkins Ox your umbrella REDUCED prices on robes J O McClary Oyster lefor chickens at Craig k Hookers DUCICDOARDGood second handed buckboad for salb Apply at this of flee ALL city taxes not pabyFob lwlll e advertised and property sold R G Jones city marshal 3t AFTER two daysofvery weath er a rain tell last night and following It IVBS a drop of 25 degrees of the mer cu ryaEMMETT MCCORMACIC has bought an Interest In It STuckera store at Hufttonvtllc They will make a strong team LIVERY business and stable In good town for sale Slaking money but want to quit the business Address this officegTile adjuster for Springfield In surance Co represented hero by W A Tribble settled In full yesterday for L Carpenters loss on his barnre TO CONTRACTORS Read tho adver tisement which appears on our fourth pogo and see If you cant mako a few spare dollars by taking a pike contractor two rTilE democratic county committee of Lincoln county Is called to meet at my olllce on Saturday Jan 31 1003 for the purpose of transacting Important busi ness W S Burch chairman Sins R S EunANK and Miss Sallie Glvcns have been elected teachers in the Graded School Two more rooms arll bolog fitted up and will bo ready by Monday The enrollment now showj about 225 names A PATRON of tho ofllce hands us the following and asks rte publication MoKlnney now boasts of a splendid postmaster In Miss Allco Goocb Sno Is going to make ono of the bOlt p ms wo ever bad She Is good looking and is accommodating to the patrons Itt would bo bard to ill her placeTDIG SHOWore Opera House Feb 4th and 6tb Burtons famous troupe of comedians Fand deco artists monologue artists comedy ballad IllS buck and wing ancer piano soloists and Prof WII seas celebrated orchestra which alone Is wortb the pilco of admission This troupe Domes very highly recommend ed both by press and public They guar antee a 2t hour performance of high class fun Dont fall to see the latest In cake walking by the whole troupe of 20 people The ragtime pa redo first time In this section of tbo pcoply served scats at Adams Drug Store 2t MonafIn Danvlllo have purchased the groc ery business of Humphrey f Co at Richmond and will conduct a retail grocery store at that place J L Bruce largorLaw Department of Central University now contains 26 students This is tho largest attendance In many years M F Rout of Garrard Is using a razor for tonsorlal purposes that belonged to his grandfather Is moro than 100 years old and Is splendidly preserved He sloe bas a pair of spectacles of ton same ego that are encased In very heavy silver frames andMr Rout Is guarding them carefully as ho Is almost old enough 41mAdovocate BOLD RouuPltYAbout1030oclock Wednesday night the glass In ono of H J McRoberts show windows was broken and two pairs of bootees a pair of patent leather shoes and two under shirts wero taken Marshal Jones was Informed of tbo theft and he at once sot search for the guilty party The officer mot Blackburn Huffman who told him ho had met Cash Pumpbrey a Lancaster boy on tho Lancaster pike with a bundle under his arm This was a cluo and yesterday morning Pum phrey was arrested and placed in jail Later ho confessed to breaking tbo window and told that the goods could bo found In tbo cabin of Tom Manuel colored who lives just beyond Bar rows pond She stolen goods wero fOdnd and returned to tho owner Pum phrey says a young follow wearing a capwas with him In the steal but that recolhe name or ofha came a beeongun at once up MATRIMONIAL Ansel Hooe of Mercer and Miss Lena Robinson o Perryvlllo eloped to Jelllco and were married Rev Ed Hubbard will preach at Mt Morlah next Sunday morning and at Bee Lick the following Sunday morn Ing George Holtzclaw and Miss Nannie Watson a very handsome and excel loot young lady were married at Me Kinney on the 28th IROOllor rent Furnished or unfur Annie Rowland 2t FOR SALE I Home and lot on Whitley Avenue Stan Jerseymilknlture will bo sold very cheap If sold In tho so notldNice Home For Sale I I will sell at public sale In front of the courthouse MONDAY FED 9 1003 County Court Pay at 11 oclock Mrs Kate Ilapi nice home on West Main Street It six rooms has good stable garden doorUouleW A TRIIUJLE Attorney PUBLIC SALE At my homo on Crab Orchard road five 11ubllcsloTUESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1B03 family mare In foal by Jack colt 2 yearling40 shocks fodder 80 barrels of corn In crib 8 bushels of orchard gran seed Harding machlnohouaehold gessomaindertho Fall Lick pike agent miles from Lancaster Terms made known on day of sale MARY E uiosny PUBLIC SALE I Having sold our farm we will on WEDNESDAY FED 23 On the promises 2j miles Northeast of Lib Middleburgurnpikelog personalty to wit Two bfgh bred brood goodworkers uelmontUhlof paleearlingyearling Shorthorn bul t yearling heifers hogsaeels of corn In crib lot of oats farming 1m molnltlDachlne oclockTJDJwATOnows PUBLIC SALE 1 Of Farm and Personalty TerryOoodecry on the premises on- TIIUIISUAY KBIJ 36 he farm of 80 ncrQllylog 2K miles from Ilustonvllle on Mlddlcburg dwelllogotcorn orltn and other necessary outbuildings At the same time will sell 40 acres at Umber land lying one mile South of tbe form on the erty proptoaweightbout upontoptptof farming Implements corn sheller household and klthen furniture TIIUIS Land onehalf cash balance Jan 11DI1 note with lien bearing 6 per cent Interest from date 1urchnsotcnnpnyall If desired ersonaltp cash t bosur d to purchaser Wallace Goode on the farJh wll any one before day of sale EDWAHD Atomx Agt FORRENT byWmSeveranceJ B OW8LEY P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J It Bcazleys Livery Stable R B Mdhooy Fire Life Tornado None KentuckyInSUranG6 est and best Stanford resented Phone DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats To the Coal Consumer j outRaving Sims tha coI dealers wo aro now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your hay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price Wo solicit your trade and guarantee full weight for your money Orders received at coal houso phone 44 or lloones livery stable No 90 Boone di DvmavenfcS- TBNFORO KT Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Main St in Stanford Good Stand Malting Money but want to sell for satisfac tory reasons Address Box 62 Stanford Ky 2Oer6ent REDUCTION ON All Winter Suits And Overcoats Cummins S McClai n OVERCOATS Over Shoes Felt Boots Ear MuffsLined Gloves Wool Shirts The Very Tiling For This Zero Weather Terms Cosh u H J McRoberts I January specials Everything in white goods for early sowing See what we have jn Embroideries and Laces at 5c 7c and lOc A good weight soft check dimity for underwear at lOc Big line of handmade torschon laces Splendid values in India LinensLe no elects Mercerized goods See UH for Table Linens and Towels Get our prices on Cottons Sheet ings Long Cloths Dimities Etc SEVERANCE SON JOHN BRIGHT JR a CODenIers in Staplo and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement Watch Chains Of many various descriptions at prices to suit most everybody We have a largo and well se lected stock Come and see us W H MUELLER a- y J xys i HE JNTEH10R JOURNAL JMtred n the office at Stanfcrd at itondclcut maN- er3InbaLhaSuaAay ucLF1cLaV8- f1 PER YEAR CASH of When sot loptidsaGO win t eehirg d KNOXVILLE DIVISION 04TralnfcolDgNorUi U4Sam O3t 230 a m o9s South 1r2S am KoM II 1253 p m PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClniiM wd bwwtlflc tiit Ramie a iBMrtMl fiowto Merer Pena to neater OryI- IaW to D ToothtUColo- rOraratp di eaahalira at Drla J w PRICEProprietor a Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does batlaess In both lines and guarantee satisfaction Your patronage Horseshoeing at 60c other work In proportion A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflctOTur UeBotarUDrag tor Intb Owiloj I Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford llty Offlc over HtgRios McKlnnoyfl Stori Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary It open all the year for the treatment of inrclcal and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall bo cash in advance weekly and monthly Prates atonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummen Rigs a specialty BoldFeedHomes and Mules bought hones receive personal attention A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers Lia serricca as uatoinrto the peoplo of Lincoln County lIe will please both in work and price Write to him Tray lor8 J icet DUIEOS IK Whisky Brandy Wines Beer- Etc KYOloePrompt nJ eolltj attention Nothing but the tee to drink Mill phone cr telegraph orJers receive prompt attention FDFRDS BICKDRU0T THE GREAT- fAMIIYHEDICINf Thodfords BlackDraught has tared doctors more than sixtype For the common fam constipationIntligoetion plaints chills and fever bilious news headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and ulates tho assists digestion- stimulates action of purUios the bloodMd the of foul accumulations U cures liver complaintsindigestion sour constipationdiarrhma coltfand headache Every drug- Fiat has Thodforda BlackDraught in cent packages mam moth size Never accept a substitute Insist on having the ChattanoogaMedicine believe Thtdfords BUckDrtucht b the best medicine on earth if Is good for any and everything I have a family of twelve children and tort four I have kept them on foot end htatthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN tikwart U FARM FOR SALeI I desire to sell my farm of 100 acres loca ted on Knob Lick K mile of Knob Lick Station It Is all No1 farming land near ly half of which U In cultivation the re mainder in IllueOrass line on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouses Well br cistern and pond Those desiring to buy a small tatm do well to see my place 8 W OIVENS Stanford Ky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral on short notice Redding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone rlng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford Ha C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Hustonville Property for Sale r I will offer at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east side ot College street In Hustonville Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable on same a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary lor hotel and livery and recant lot for private residence It desired Everlasting water abundance Property Is well for private residence Is now rented for that It yon want good paying property In lIultonvllle- call on or address D S Carpenter ll Ulton KyiEMEMJ3 J That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the premium may cost you a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight and management guarantee sure indemnityIThat insurance in New York can be relied onIJesse D Wooon Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardOofleI and Cuey Counties J+ G Mcc1MYEDIBALMER And Dealear In IfABlTBSS SADDLE T C Stanford Ky Ja LI Beazley Co- Undertakers and- Embalmers DXALBU L uruitureMattingsRuge They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stoclc Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladdsr Also Rheumatism BlLck- aCha yel Dropsy Female Trouble Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If necessary wrlto Dr 1cnnet Ho has spent a lifo time curing lust such casea as yours All consultations Free For years I bad backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine I could not Ret out of bed without help The use of Dr Fennerf Kidney and Backache Cure re stored me O WAGONER K nobsvllle Pa- Druggists60c11 Ask for Cook BookFree STVITUSDANCE CURE IFenuerFredouIIN LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOR SALE20 abort yearlings J W Allen Hustoavllle 2t James Mewer told to F Reid a two yoar old gelding for 8100 ILILL Sloan sold to D N Prowltt a two yearold mule for 8151 Cogar ft Co of Midway bavo bought about 400 acre of hemp at 15 pet owt FOR SALEIiO owes and 20 lambs Extra good stock B B Icing Moro lied Ky O P Huffman bought of Isaiah White a lot of butcher stun at 3o and come hogs at liIa FOR SALE 25 sugar and 10 Rood cot ton coming twoyearold mules H C Baujrhmnn Hustonvllld Ky C P Goff of Bourbon delivered to Jonas Well 240 export cattle at 4io They averaged 1400 pounds Embry Cbenault and Turley of Richmond will hold a combination sale for sacks jonnete stallloni mares and geldings on Feb 11 and 12 Coffey Bros ft Robertson sold to Hudson Page 10 mules at 13375 Coffey Bros sold to A W Pedlgo a harness gelding for 1100 and a saddle mare for 8105 Adalr News Tho now amphitheater at the Somer set fair grounds will be of brlok work and about 200 feet In length and will connect the new and the old buildings now standing making quite a commo dious and sightly structure Journal N I fluster sold to Simon Well 85 1400pound cattle at 41 to tic Bo sold 15 sugar mules at 1150 aid 12 to BrIght S Fox at 8120 D B Moore and N I fluster sold 20 cotton mules to Atlanta partite at 811250 Sam Forsytho pus chased 10 mules la Danville at 8137 Harrodeburc Herald WAYNESBURG L G Gooch tae sold his Duck Crock farm to a son lnl w of John Dalgb H H Singleton Is getting his mill In good shape and will be at work before long so we will bo In sound of a saw mill again- Tuecoo Waters Is here with his cous ins Bud Gooch and wife Mr Manning of Estcaburg bas moved here with his young wife and gone to house keeping In part of H H Singletons Laura Gooch has returned from Somerset Mrs Susie Singleton Is up after an Illness of several months Mrs Perry has been very sick but Is bet ter The family of Rico Pitman of unction City has recovered and expect to visit Mrs H H Singleton soon Mrs Eva Jackson nee Caldwell li expected tovlslt bore soon Lawrence Sboop has been sick with Inflammatory rheumatism for several weeks Miss Alice Gooch Is having improvements made on her house You will hardly know It when you coma to Waynesburg again Uncle DIn Cam den has been on the sick list for come time Docla Shoop Is qulto sick Sev eral school children are down with the mumps among them Urban Single too H H Singletons little son Mrs Bertha Gooch Is visiting her sister Sirs Curtis at Somerset The bride aid groom T H and Eva Singleton are still at Waynesburg Moat How ard was at home to attend tho funeral of his slstorInlaw Mrs Will toward but has returned to Waterloo whore he Is working for A M Spouwood Dislocated Her Shoulder Mrs Johanna Sodorbolm of Fergus Falls Jfinn tall and dislocated her shoulder She had a surgeon got It back In place as soon as possible but it was mite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned that ho had seen Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of It which he did It qnlckly relieved her and enabled lies to sleep which she had not done for several lays The son was much peased with the relief It gave his mother and ho has since recommended it to many others For sale by Craig A ITocker Sheriffs Sale For Taxes r On Monday Feb 9th 1003 between the hours of 0 A M and 4 PM at the courthouse door in Stanford Lincoln county Ky I will expose to the for cash In to the State and county taxes tho following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to pay said taxes This list will bo published once a week for four weeks the names will disappear as soon as the tax and costs are Cost of advertising 82 When call to pay your taxes please bring along 0 percent on the as well ns the tho amount due and 82 foradvertlsing STANFORD WIITE J H Baugh 73 acres lend 8 2 Tennessee Brummctt 5 acres 3 27 Mrs Sallie Cooley 11 acres 2 75 rohnyS Games lot 2 SO John R Johnson 37 acres 2 Cello Phillips 5 acres 16i Richard Robinson lot 1 00 Jack Yakey 4 acres 3 70 STANFORDCOLORED- 3a11 Mrs Edith 11 acres 85 Baughman Frank lot 2 95 fright Polly log 50 Harriett Cart 10 acres 1 10 Albert Christopher lot 55 Goo Cowan 4 acres 3 70 Solon Craig lot 1 00 InDickBob Harris 3 acres 2 00 Wm Hays f acre 1 SO Alice Haynes lot 4 85 Squire HIggins 1 aero IO Wyatt Hill It acres 15 Charley Hockor 15 acres 2 05 Agnes Jones lot M Llllanl Mug lot 1 45 Lytlo Mary lot 1 5 M D MoRoborU 4 nutria 3 John Morrison 30 acres 2 05 John Sandldgo 6 naros 3 70 Roy Stewart 31 acres 105 Annlo AVado 35 noses 5 Tom Woods 4 acrcs 2 Illckman Monroo 30 acres 4 75 CRAB ORCHARD WHITE Reynolds Ovoy 15 across 1 80 Lewis 0 P 100 acres 1 G- 5Jllnk L T 100 acres 3 45 Bachlngcr Ladlslaw 7 acres 2 05 Ballard Sara 64 acres Bentley Dr P 50 acres 1 10 Carter Heirs 111 acres 5 45 Daughcrty David 70 acres 1 15 Delnney Geo 10 acres 1 80 Delaney Mrs Kato 50 acres 30 Denny Ceo 1 aero 1 80 Denny Eliza A and J B 10 acres 30 Denny Balllngcr 20 acres 1 85 Denny W P 35 acres 2 00 DIshon Louis 33 acres r f Go Dishon Jas 10 acres 1 85 Wilson Comniodoro 18 acres 1 00 Gastlnotiu Jna Leo Of acres 1 70 haggard Heirs 80 acres a Hatfiold Luolnda 20 acres 4i Hutchison W C lot 4 40 Junuosky John 100 acres 3 G- Oitnnoy J M 1000 aoros 10 00 Lynch J F 20 acres 1 80 Payne Anderson IIrs 40 auras 65 Petrey Adam Jr 2 uaros 1 80 Redd R G 11 aoros 26 logons John 25 acres 1BO Southern Gco acres 2 85 Smith J L 18 auras T Co 1 00 Smith Mrs Armlna 140 acres 1 05- Stampfloy GotllobSO ncros 105 Stringer Lincoln 10 acres JE 2 35 Slolnlgor Arnold 50 aoros 2 76 Thompson W D 65 noros 2 10 Thompson Chits C acres 1 8f- iWardle Wm fi acres 30 Volh Klihu Ill acres 3 CRAH ORCHARD COLORHD Fonder Hays 100 acres 6 45 Hardln Rev J II 1 acre 2 06 Hays Caroline Ii acres 16 Johnson Uunry 0 acros 2 05 Rico Blnda 1 nero 20 Sutton Win 6 acros 2 10 WATaanUnOWniTa- Altbouse Fred 60 acres O- Sliastln lire acres Si nrecktold Fred 100 acres 3 70 Brown W S ISO acres gee drown 0 L 3 acres 111 Baker George 30 acres 390 Cook W It 40 acres 10 lams JKWaares M Frailer lira Iii agree 31 them J O lot 10 lassie J S li acres 171 Kldd lire I acres Moore Mrs Malvloa 10 ures 38 Morgan M F Others ItTaires 10 Malllnj Alt alms Mnlllns Sirs Sara lot Myers Mrs N M 41 aerea N- Myers A O II sere I 10 Odoar Itobt E 6 acres t M Iarkhlll J W I2 acres N Pratt nVlM acres 7 Si RoMnsca Mrs Auto 2 cares S Hbepler August 1M acres 4 N time Catherine acres 110- Upthtgrove Ira R 41 acres 8i Walters Kllzabtth lira At ajrts 70 Weaver R IN acres 10 White T W 74 urea I William W R SJ acres 3 N- Wilton John 10 acres IS Wood J II 179 acres 9 15 WATarsnun0c0LOnxD- Innn lire 110 acres 05 Owtley James 65 atros i S HUMTOKVILLB WHITE Martin Hezeklaha acres 2 M tinier Ed lot 3 41 Paul Odle lot 3 H rather D II K agree 8 00 Reynolds Milton 34 acres 0 70 Sluder Mrs Martha M Smith Ferris t O- SVardeman Alex acre 3 Wagoner Thomas 81 acres 3 Daitln Date IX acres 3 O- Sllurton Alvin lot 3 IS Cannon June Wm 8 acres 23 Inner n 012yf acres 163 tarter 0 S 2S acros 3 Cook Marion 10 acres Deron Hiram 77 acres 3 IS Estes Sallie J est acres 20 Estes Oeo W 41 acres 7 25 Floranc Jam a acres Floranc xanley lot 3 23 Haley David S acres 3 Hill Van eU 10 f acreI 4 33 Jones Mary P 3 n t18TOIIVILLZOOLORED peaty Reno lot a 10 Brown Tlusley lot 3 00 Burdett John 38 acres 3201 Lloyd Joe lot 70 lloyd John Lucas lot Collins John 5 acres C- SDeatberldge Howard 3 acres DlnwUile Hrs ccre allletple Jane lot Glvent Anderson lot i go GlveniJohnaacres 13 Good Wolford lot i So GooJ Frank acres j 70 amen RlcharJ r acre i Jones Oscar Lee 6 acres t Jones John acres sot McKinney Campbell lot McKloney Otcai lot io Rifle Joe Dick to acrs po Robinson Julian i acre o Ron henry lot j0 Smith Paralee lot Steel Thomas lot a a Trice Mitch lot 175 Welch James lot 175- WolJrUze Charles 4 acres a o M S Baughman S L C Notice To Contractors Special Term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held Jan 10th 1003 lien J P Bailey presidingwith tho following the pence Jns A DtitWcrar W D Wallin C A Smith and F K Compton present It is ordered by tho court that the turnpike roads hi Lincoln county divided into four turnpike district and that ono of said districts bo allotted to tech of the magistrates fo supervision and that said districts together the mount kind quali ty nod quantity of metal lo bo spread upon each turnpike or section thereof arc as DISTRICT Under the of J A Duddcrar Stanfordits Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford torm l ogaus lane 20 rods rock Sec 2 from Wm Logan lane to the OarI rartl courtly line rods rock rods grovel Hush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stun feord it Ijiinciistor pike to Hawkins Brunch 12 roils rock Sec 2 from Hawkins lirnnch to Hubble 20 rods rock Danvillo it Lancaster piko 10 rods rock and 15 rods gravel Stanford tL Danvillo pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Gco D Hoppers 16 rods rock See 2 from Gw D Toppers to the Boyle county line 40 rods rock Stanford Knob Lick piko Sco 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to the Hanging Fork Creek 1C rods ravel Sec 2 from Hanging Fork Crock to llustonvillo piku lb rat- graveL Lincoln it Boyle county pike 10 rats gravel Stanford it MillGugcvillo piko See 1 from Hustonvillo pike to McCor macks church 10 rods rnol Stnnfnnl it Hiiftcmvillo pike Sro 1 from Stanford to Turnorsvillo 15 rods rock CLUB ORCHARU DISTRICT Under 8upenbiouof W D Wnl Jin Crab Orchard tt ChnlllQ1Is Gap 50 rods rock Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Crab Orchard to G W Evans 15 rods rook See 2 from G AV Kvans to Garnml county line 15 rods rock- Stanford it Preachorsvillo pile Sea 1 from W A Hale to Wllkor soils Creek 20 rods rock Sec 2 from Wilkonoha Creek to Preach orevillo 20 rods rock Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Sec from Rowland to Baughmang lane 15 rods rook See 2 from liaughtnan8 lasso to Bvwntore gate 16 rats rook See 8 from Bywntam to Crab Orchard 40 tads rook Stanfordtt Ottenholm pike Sec 1 from Staufonl t Wnynwburg piko to J G Lynns 20 rod rock Soc 2 from Joust Lnul to Boones estop 20 rods rock Sec from Boona0 shop to Ottcnhoim 10 rods gravel Stl1nlonl Dix Itiver Garronl count nnd White Oak Sea 1 from hcwhnd to jaunts Halts 20 rods rock and 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from IHattfl to cud of road SO rods of rook and 10 rods gravelW- AYX1SI1URU DISTRICT Under luporiion of C A Smith Stanfonlvit Vayuosburg Iko Sec 1 from Stanford to Qltcnhoun piko 20 rods rock Sec 2 from Ottcnhoim piko to Maywood county road 10 rods rock See 3 from Maywood county road to J II Carters store seven rodsrock See 4 from J H Carters store to Hutchisons school house 10 rOils rock Soc 5 from Hutchisons school house to Butts tore 15 rods rock Sec 0 from Hulls store to Kingdviiia pike 12 ale rock Sec 7 from Kingsville pike to Geo Gaines rouse + 10 rods roc Sea S from Geo Gaines house to Geo W Cliffs house 20 ads rock Sec 0 from G W Clifts house to Wnyc burg 15 rods rock Kingsvillo it Pleasant Point pike Sec 1 from Stanford itWnyneslmrg pike to Casey county road 15 rods grovel Sec 2 from Casey county road to Kingsvillo 15 tads rock McKinuey it South Fork pike 15 rods gravel Hustonville it Jit Salem Sec 1 from Hustonville to John McDaniels house 12 rods rock Sec 2 from John McDaniels kouse to Mt Salem 1C rods rock- McKinncy it Coneys Mill beginning at McKinney Sec 1 from Mc fiuncy to oM tollgate 15 rods rock See 2 from old tollgate to Fair house 20 rods rock Sec 3 from Fair house to Mt Salem 15 rods rock Sec 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county lino 12 rods rock Hustouvillo McKinney pike from Huslonvillo Midddlcburg like to McKinnev ColPeys milt pike five rods rock1- 1U8TONVILLE DISTRICT Under supervision otF K Comp ton Hustonville tip Bradfordsville iko 36rods gravel Hustonvillo it Carpenters Creek rockI1 from Hustouvillo to Morclaud 60 rods rock nod 40 rods gravel Sec 2 from Morcluiid to Dole count gmvofTurnenvillo Licks pike Sec 1 from Turuers gravelSecBishops 10 rods rock and 5 rods urn v cl Sec 3 from Columbus Bishops groclCnrpcnterlI t I 20 rods gravel Turncravillo it McKinncy Sec 1 20 rods gravel McKinney and John Murphy 15 roda gravel nod 15 rods rock Stanfonl Hustonvillo pike Soc 2 from Cashstore to Hustonville role rock amid 1C rats gravel Stan ford it Milledgevillc pike Sec 2 from McCormuckfl church to Mil Icdgovillo 25 rods grovel All of the above work will be let on the following terms and conditionstAny person desiring to any or nil of the above work will file with the clerk of the county court Isle sealed bid thornier not later than 12 oclocknoon February 10 1008 A rod of metal shall consist of 226 cubic foot of rock or gravel mill shall Iw the best quality obtainable in the locality srTho magistrates shall measure all metal and shall doeignato when and whore tho metal shall be spread and tho thickness thereof provided however no metal shall bo spread during AugustThe 1larnpikotionfl to be monaural by tho magi unto In whoso district same is located Dad in condition to bo spread on the Iturnpike or section thereof not later than Aug 151003 said metal mutt ho banked on margin of pike M in no etnto ofcnso to interfere J with travel unless saute has l con eo placed before wild date tho contract shall thereupon become null and void and the court rojcrvca theIright thereafter to ro lot tho work the metal has been mcnsur eland spread as heroin set forth the magistrate shall certify the amount and prico thereof to the fiscal oourtntmiU regular October term or any spe oinl term thereafter and when raid claim has been approved hsnid court OU per cont of a th rcof shall lo certified by said court teethe sheriff for payment tho remaining 40 par coat of tho contract shall bo cortillwl to tho sheriff fur payment when the full amount of metal contracted for shall have loon spread pikeInlerNo grnvol shall he nprnnd on the pike bofore Sept 1 DOn nor later than Dec 1 l908 When rock U broken by a crusher it may be sprainsnt onto tho pike Tim rock shall criuhcd pass over hn unobstruct ed ttandanl screen the wagon haul ing Htmo ehall bo flllwl full rounding maydosignato 1 stipulation U compliwl with nnd to keep account of tho number of loads crushed The wagons used in hauling rock shall bo measure by tile magistrato Iwforo beginning crushing slid the person oKnitiug tho crusher han notify magistrate heforcII spreading any rook and no rook sliall lx spread unless said magistrato is present If in of tho magUtrate the rock crushed is either too stimuli qunlittho work stopped nnd refuse to re opemting trate his statutory fee allowed him for committee service Any person securing n contractrhorcundcr to spread gravel mayspread the gravel direct from the pit on tho pike provided ho will pay the magis rate his statutory fee allowed for committee services but no gravel magistrate I ona shall measured and filled inrthe manner as stated for crushers If however tho contractor does not desire to spread the gravel nrcct from the pit ho may bank grnel- on the margin of the pike fid same will be measured and SlrPd as here inbcforo stated t r Bidders must staled in their billl whether the rock brokqu by crusher or Wilhhe whether tho gravel will bo from time pit or otherwise rock must be broken small enough to go through two inch ring I r t The clerk of this court ifl directed printedawarded to the parson or persons mak ing the lowest arU best court reserving the right to reject any and all A copy attest G o B CoorEB Clerk Xz J H r