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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c T 1r t t yn s13M1w1313KLY1NTI3RI0R JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1903 9AM NO 102 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES V John F Garrctt a edS year died at NlcholBVIIIo after a prolonged 1U dole of heart and lung troublo Toislo Ioultor a Ovc ycar old girl In Mercor county died of hydrophobia the result of a dug blto sustained seven months ago Mayor GralDllor of Louisville hoe given away 16000 bushels of the 20000 bushels of coal which tho general v council authorized him to distribute among tho poor WHIlo Cooper a 17 year old boy from Fulton pleaded guilty to a charge of robbing the pottufllce at that town j and was sentenced to two years at al reformatory by Judge Evans James Garrett his wlfo and daughter bsvo been placed In Jail at Wbltcsburg ponding an Investigation of the death of his uncle Jaion Craft who died sev oral days ago from scalds Deputy United States Marshal James A nosrlno shot and wounded J B j Smith In the ball of tbo court house at Plnevllle The trouble between them originated over the arrest of Berry HowardAt tbo City council consummated tbo purchase of the resi dence property at tbo head of Main street of Smith Bowman of Losing ton and will erect thereon a handsome city ball and onglno house t Thongs Bailee who left Morcer county and located In TOil was shot and killed there by him atborln law A message to his relatives tolling of the crime states that Sallee eloped with ono daughter and then assisted hIt nephew In eloping with another the act exasperating the fatherIn Uw who shot Saline dead 1 am relying for justice on tbo One above said George Stone HI Chicago who lion trial for murder and then with tears streaming down his cheeks he dropped on bis knee bowed his head and prayed for five minute When ho ended hU appeal ho resumed hit seat with hit head In his hands and cried v At a crossing In Newark N J a flit express train on the Delaware Lacka watym and Western Railroad crashed through a trolley car loaded with icibool children Eight of the chillron wero killed and about 20 person Inured iqt eluding tbo mortorman of the trolley I car and tbo engineer ol the express f The accident WM duo to too mortorman using control of hit car on a steep and A slippery grade- EscapodII an Awful Fate Mr 11 haggles ofiItiiournu Fta i writes My doctortold mo I had COn sumption anti nothing could be done for me I was given up to die The otter of- a fee trial bottle of Dr Kings Vew m- sI covrry for Consumption Induced mo to trIlL Results wero startling I am now on tbo toad to recovery It surely saved my life Thin great cure is gaarsnUed for ill throat and lung illneaKs by al Irt ggi U 1Hce 60o and t Trial1 bot tie free Andrew Carnegie has added 126600 to tbo endowment fund of the Carnegie Laboratory of Engineering ot Stevens- InstttuteI of Technology in New fork 1 Three children of A J Uaqiom of i BOlo Ohio wero burned to death In a Ore which destroyed their homo Charles W Fulton was olected U 8 Senator in Oregon ACCDflNTAt 1 The returned a verdict of acci dental death on the man who fell from thtwindow ledge on which he had fallen asleep Hut the death was really due to carelessness which mode the accident possibleThere a manylives denly termi natal a a result of- carelessnev although the medical certificate may heartallure When a man takes chanceawillthis and neglects the warning symptoms of disease lie is calamityDr Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enables the perfect digestion and osslml alation of makes J It stimulates the liver cures biliousness a and removes bilious impurities from the blood ai hid been troubled with a pain In lowti my stomach for three years M severe I thought it would kill me in time writes Mr Aaron Van Dam of Keiulnetou ryag nsth 6t Chicago III I could hardly work It ftlt like a weight huRinl on me and tOt so bid that t H hIll to take medicine used Stomach natters for a lime but It did to I wrote to Dr R V Mere for advice which he gave me Im mediate I followed his direction used two bottle of hi dldn hId a torpid liver which war troubling mr instead of cramp II I Dr Pierce told mrthoughwI have now have gained In weight 15 pound since then Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation They do not beget the pill t NEWSNOTES At Omaha a young woman shot a Ne fro hlgbwaytntn Fire at Marion III destroyed prop erty valued HI tUOOOOO The Mccartys Mishaps Thoatrl cal Company stranded at Lodn2tonI A carrier pigeon flying with a strong wind covert 1003 yards In a minute Flro at Ashland Ohio destroyed tbo Opera house block valued at 10003 Fire at Arkansas City Can destroy cd sblg warehouse valued at 8125000 One man war killed In a wreck on tbo Brio railroad ncarSpsrpsvlllo Pa1 Plans aro forming In Cnlcsgo for the Quest museum In the worldto cost 810 000000 Jean Clara Walters once a famous actress died In poverty In Hast Oak land Cal- Threo persons were broedito death In a Ore which destroyed their homo at Capo Tox Three persons wero burned to death In a Ore which destroyed their home at Cape Tex- Several persons are said to bavobccn killed or wounded In election riots In RID Jancrlo Three Negroes wero killed by explot Ion wbllo working In a granite quarry near Columbia S C One cannot survive In an atmosphere containing more than ono part of car bonlo acid gas to 233 of air Spanish war veterans and Spanish American war veterans have decided to consolidate tbo organizations An overheated natural gas stove started a Ore at Loogoolco led which destroyed property worth 110000 Two man woro killed and several badly hurt by the explosion of a loco motive bolUr on tbo Rvadlog railroad Conductor Branch fell under his train at Gutbrla and was run over and horribly mangled belog killed Instantly The strike of cotton mill operatives at Dover N EL has been settled Over 2600 employes had been put out for a week Too L N railroads statement of earnings shows tbo Increase for the current Oual year to be nearly 83000 000 The Greeks staked their faltb on No atllu oracles were consulted three times tbo tripod was sacred to tbo god etc Four men werokllled and three prod ably fatally Injured by an explosion In the naval storage magazine at Port La layette N Y A rnovetnuut Is on foot among the Chinese nisronunu of San Francisco to foroe admlttano of their tOOl to the public sebooU L N earnings for the second week In February show an Increase of 802 000 compared with tbo corresponding period of last year Two unmasked men held up an elec trio oar near Los Angeles and scoured 1500 It gold watches 26 rings and much other Jewelry Too JutTerroo hoard of Equalization made Increases In assessmunls wblob aggtegatcU 1600000 This brings tbo total assessment up to 1134600000 Mr Uarrlett L Whltesldes tbo wealthiest woman In Tennessee died at Chattanooga She was a Christian scientist aod would have no physician Tbo Supremo Court of Venezuela has decided In favor of American heirs who claimed damages to the extent of 1700 000 fur tho annulment of a concession In Boise Is to spend a year in Jii as a reward for her Joint smashing tour but Mrs Nation Is amply auto to bold down the held nlooo Louisville TlHIfS Walter Wood a young Kentuckian was killed by William Brannoo of Jamestown Tenn In a resort near Al biny Ky Draa Don claims It was an accident A Negro on whoso head the black alp had been adjusted was saved from hanging at V azoo City Miss by whls paring the name of his accomplice to the Sheriff At Columbia S C Chief Justice Pope refused the application for ball In the case of former Lieut Gov James H Tlllmao charged with the murder of N G Goozples Tho report of the Kentucky Insu rineo Department shows that during last year the total premiums received In the year aggregated 83400610 and the losses 81725088 J Plorpont Morgan has made an of for of 8400000 to Dr Bredlts for his f imous Rembrandt David and Saul bet the owner refused It as ho does not wish the picture to got to America A vnrdlct for 850000 was awarded J M W Fields the Owensboru distiller In the United Status circuit court at Now York against Parts Allen Co of that city He sued to recover an account and tbo trial lasted 14 days whobarricadedpar street house at Now Orleans and uttded tbo police shooting frequently at them was finally killed the ofll cora after the fire department bad been called out and preparations made to moku him out ATLANTA GA It some of tho people wero here back 110 the fifties when tno town was known as Martbavllls or previous to that when it was called Terminus and bad not scon Atlanta since should bap pin to be dropped down Into tbo Gate City tOdov we are certain tboy would not know wboro they ore at From town of a tow stores a blacksmith shop and a doilar a day hotel then It has grown to a rangnlflcent city of over 125000 Inhabitants with skyscraping buildings and uvorvtblog that Iup to dato Before the civil war Atlanta hud gotten lobe a town of no until Im penance but sbe was literally wiped off tbo earth by that unpleasant epl mode and It took her some time after the war had closed to pick herself up and begin again to build That she has built up and built well can best bo appreciated by a visit to the greatest southern city on the nap Atlanta Is always Improving and the good work done In the year since I was last hero Ircadllv apparent Business houses that tower far toward tbo clout have been erected handtomo homes bavo been completed while streets and pavements bavo been made over until they aro well nigh perfect Another Immense hotel Tbo Piedmont fluke Smith a big stockholder In It has been added recently the Pe tore buUdlng eight stories high and covering an aero or so of valuable earth has gone up the Century build lOll 13 stories In height and with every modern appointment has risen pboe nix like from where a little fist top brick stood a year ago but the climax Is yet to be reached for foundation Is being made for n 17story steel frame sky scraper which will be completed before 1033 Is numbered with the years of tbo past But enough about build loge As Atlanta has Improved la appearance her good people have Im proved the city In morals until the taut stands out that she Is as good If not better than the very bUll and Is so far ahead of other cities of her size from a moral standpoint that she can truly be called Eclipse In the race Why Atlanta grows and flourishes as she doom Is an easy problem to solve The reason Is every Allantlan pulls for his town and never loses an oppor unity to say a good word or do a good deed for the capital oily With over 600 factories In and around the city Atlanta is almost Independent of the outside world For along time cotton was shipped to the Now Eng land States and made Into oloth and sent baek but a stop was put to that folly several years ago when factories were put up that do tbo work as well If not bettor at home than abroad and thus the big freight bills aro saved as wolf as employment given to thousands of worthy people at home Atlanta Is tbo cleanest town In my knowledge The streets always pre sent a neat appearance while the pave meets are almost as clean as the parS lor floor of a well kept country house It Is a heavy ODe to expuotorato on tbo pavements and tbo law against It Is well preserved I am glad to tell our readers who know him well that my brother Mr Thomas R Walton Is prospering In bis adopted home and that bis health Is bettor than It has been for years Ho Is an Allantlan body and soul now and tboro ore nono who slog the oltys praises louder than booMr Walton Is still In tbffgrooery business at 228 Whitehall where he would bo glad to have his Kentucky frlands call on him Atlanta Is the homo of coca cola the most popular soft drink made Tbo Coo Cult Co has a 8100000 building on Edgewood Avenue whlcbiiaa prOv on not Urge enough and It Is to be increased utmost double tbo present size at pace The First Methodist Church of At lanta was sold tho other day for 8100 000 and a skyscraper will be built on Its site Property on Peachtrco street has been secured for another church which will bo ooo of the finest houses of worship In the South Rev O W Byrd formerly of Owonsboro has charge of the First Methodist flock In Kirkwood a beautiful suburb of Atlanta grand oil Gen John B Gor don is spending his declining years Ho has a comfortable homo of colonial style and there be Is rounding up his useful life Gen Gordon Is dear to every southerner while Atlantlans al most worship the gallant old exCon federate Three dally papers do a flourishing business In Georgias capital The Constitution tbo oldest in the south Is probably the most Influential of them but tbo Journal and the News each have a large followlog Tho latter Is John Temple Graves paper and Is the only redheaded paper we know of Tbo head of It Is printed in bloodred Ink and the rest of thoipaper In black BOW Wilson Baird a young farmer was drowned In tbo lake at Mlddletoo Slrapaon county wh1I0skatingot S LANCASTER The poverty social netted the flap tist ladles 812 This last cold snap Is said to break thojwlntors record- Sfelghrlding In old wagon beds was Tuesday nights sport Ono or two cases of scarlet lover are reported In tbo vicinity of town R E McRoboru sold 10 bogs to B F Hudson at 61e average CO pounds There wero six loads of tobacco on tbo public square Tuesday at ono time FridayjsourJohn J Barton has sold his grocery stock to R G Ward who shipped It to Mr McGee of Livingston W B Burton bought of Roy Beazloy a pair of mule for 8225 and a bunch of various parties at 850 to 875 Eld Mooro preached Sunday evening on Is a Young Man Safe or A Young Mans Chances In Lancaster A number of citizens have organized a law and order league and propose to Institute an era of general reform J B Barton has gono to Covlngton to run the electric light plant Jas Wooer and wife have moved to Missouri Jas Jones bought tbo residence of Jae Wooer on the Stanford road for 81050 Mr Jones has concluded not to go West Quito a number of letters have been received by the officers from preachers applying for the pastorate of the Chris flan church Miss Myrtle Moberly and Johnson Speaks both of the Poor Ridge sea ttoo wero married Wed need ay by Rev J K Wooltord- H E McRoberts sold 10 hogs to B F Hudson at Ole average weight CO pounds L Sanders bought of S Ray six shoats for 820 Carey Multlna and Frank Lackey two alleged colored blind tiger opera tors at Lhncastcr wore fined 8100 each lor violating tho local option law The wheat was reported In fair con dltlon previous to the cold snap and tbo heavy snow camo as a timely blank et to protect It from tho blizzard Mils Halllo Rice Myers was married to Richard Ware last week The bride Is tbo youngest daughter of Squire I N Myers and the groom Is a merchant of Wllllamstown MIss Nell Johnston has been chosen general superintendent of the Garrard county Sunday Schools A Sunday Sohool onventlon will be held at Pleas ant Grove some time this summer T S Elicln bought some cows from V A Lear at 3ic some fat cows of B F Hudson at Sic a bunch of hogs from T B Robinson at On fat hogs of Sim Anderson at file Bcd one of Mr Acton at 60 The body of Mra Nanole B AndorJ sin who died suddenly of dropsy at Waco Texas reached hero Saturday attended by her daughter Miss Eliza J M Orand and Miss Talloy Orand Tbo funeral was conducted at the Christian church by Elder Stowar of Kooxvllle assisted by Elder Moore and a largo concourse of sorrowing rel atlvc and friends followed the remains to the cemetery Tne deceased was a daughter of the late Judge SawI Lusk and Is survived by a brother Aleck Lusk and two sisters Mesdamis H O Jennings and J M Fruzeo Miss Olivia Swecnoy Is visiting Miss Charlotte Bliss of Louiavlllo Mln Alice Walker la visiting in Richmond MUs Salllo Lou Mycra Is visiting her sister In Lexington Miss Emily Chen ault has returned to Richmond The Misses Ray of tbls vicinity bavo uc companled their brother to Illinois Leslie Anderson of Central Unlveral ty has been on a visit home Miss Carrie Curroy Is visiting her sister Mrs F D Gaines at Danville Mrs J M Frazee who has been with her sister Mrs Q C Jennings left Moo day for Maysvllle Mrs Martha Thompson Is visiting Mrs R L Jon nlbgs of Paint Lick MlssTheoHemphlllls In Danville Mrs R E Galnea and hula daughter of Duncan I T have been guests of Mrs H M Ballou Mrs W 0 Bradley Is on the sick list Miss Eva Grant has returned to Danville Miss Fannie Doty Is visiting Mr and Mrs Lowls Doty of Lincoln Mrs John Francis of Danvllla Is the guest of Mrs J A Doty Mrs D M Lackey Is reported among the slak Misses Ray have gone on a visit to Illinois Miss Hare of Nlcholasvllle Is visiting Mrs W McClelland Johnston Mr John M Orana and Mlsa Eliza Ander son of Waco Texas will spend several days with Mrs H C Jennings and other relatives A Mothers Recommendation I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy In saying that tt Is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I hare overused In my family I Lave not words to express my confidence in this rcmedyMra JA Moore North Star Mich For sale by Craig locker I 2 f f i 1 J n AT THE PRICES We Have Markedour Overcoat StocK You can afford to buy ono and lay it away for next Winter 750 will buy the best Winter Overcoat in the house 5 Overcoats 25O IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Ikpairing Your money back II yonre not satisfied T Oa mILLER Danville Ky There is no Bettor Relish Than Good APPLE BUTTER granulatedsugar mIiSNis role Which Is ample guaranty of Ito purity nhocsomene approvedthe celebrated 57 VARIETIES Iwllysopenbrlgbtnessand i entlreaatlsractloaalUlI from 3 pounds up HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Who snail nil 111 as sa se There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the bo Drugs and Host accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en tens into it has tho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory our service Pennys Drug Store StanfordI A WORDiaeasis 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 STHNFORD l WR McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a con tlnuansBlof your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of theyearJusi closed sa ese erss Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right I f ewr lr1o I 0f 1 II t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON iHH HENNINGER Ol Wayhe County li a eudliliU for taste frMI ortr subject to the action oUb Democratic pArt j J F HOLDAM Ij Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Or actti F NORTH rMIs a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the lion of the party M ALVERSON for the Democratic nomination for Rer ilJLincoln County subject to the actloD of 1 Democratic Ticket t For Ral1rombSOncr C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MCSAUFLEY o For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR TOE most Important finished leglsla tlon thus far at this session of COD ress la the new mllltla law A full ceotury has elapsed since there was general comprehensive legislation by Co ogress i upon this subject That new coodltli demanded radical changes in the mill tla law has been conceded for maoy F years but Congress has approached tbe subject always with timidity because of the popular jealousy of strong mllltary establishment The purport of the bill Is to unify the State militia In order to- make It better serve State uses and a stronger and better nucleus and a relying centre In National Interest H proceeds upon the wise doctrine tbat no executive authority Is of value tbat has not the power behind It to enforce Its decrees that the liberties of tbe people largely reside In their organ ed ability to preserve thorn from mostlo turbulence or foreign ussau that the people are better and safer In any form of government whohavo some training In the use of arms and orderly massing and moving tbat peace Is cot served by military provision and tbat l Washington was right wben ho made his celebrated declaration concernlt the necessity and wisdom of a ropubl maintaining a well organized mlllll The new lw provides that dotallj of regular officers aro to serve with tbe militia of the State encampments h provides for Inspection annually of State military organizations by Federal officers and that whenever a State accepts the aid of the general govern went In the organization and outQttln of the National Guard the latter mud drill In camp at least five days In eac year and assemble for drill 24 times In a year To every militia officer wbo attends army schools and colleges tbo bill provides that they shall bo given the pay quarters and substance of regular officers of the same rank Whenever State troops resolve to participate In any maneuvers or field Instruction of regular troops they will be give transportation subsistence and the pay of State troops The now law general ly provides for closer relations betwee State and National troops for tbeor ganlzallon of the National Guard on the model of the regular army and for rjarming the State troops with arms corresponding to those used In the Federal service It provides that the pres Ident shall fix the minimum number men In each company troop and battery and It gives the president the right to call out the militia for nine months to repel Invasion or suppreei Insurrection ItHEAVEN knows the pension laws are enou b now but there are schemes for extending them or grant log some special privilege to the vetor I ans of the several wars A service pen Bloc Is now proposed and socalled vet erans are begging Congress to enact i such a law Immediately The law f J would require an additional expend 1ture annually of over 1100000 000 A bill was Introduced the other day pro f Tiding for the payment of a bounty of 8100 together with ac additional boun ty of 8iO to certain twoyear men who served ID the Civil War and who were mustered out before the expiration Qf their terms of enlistment thus placing them outside the terms of the original bounty law But the latest candidate fur support Is Representative Marshall of North Dakota who has championed a bill to extend the franking w old soldiers And so It goes Un der the existing law the old soldiers l are entitled to preference In the mate lag of appointments to the government service They have homes furnished them free of coat by the government They draw 140000000 a year out of the Federal treasury In pensions and aa Mr Cannon said In a speech recently the end Is not yet Innatlato boun ty lovers wont all this sufllce 7 A CONTEMPORARY gives this apt dell nltlon The ao called philanthropist of the day la one who skins robs sod plunders his fellow men for 40 years to- by up a vast fortune then hires a press agent to Inform the world that be IB giving away a few dollars here ana thereto cbarlty TOE treatment of Gen J 0 Breck bridge by the presides and the war department la proof oft bow they rAn stoop to small doings when a man baa the courage to go against the rln whoa he was sure be was right DII promotion to major general with bo stipulation that ho retire In April wbBn the age limit does expire until JaDuary 1008 shows how anxious the autnorl ties were to get rid of a gallant omcer who had rendered distinguished Aor vice to his country It was attempod to legislate him out of the ofllce of ID spector general by abolishing It but the generals friends prevented It aDd the story that Shatter would turn oYer the army to him at Santiago and ht re used so accept It because It was ar ranged for It to retreat so angered be clique that It was resolved to have Gen 3rocklnrldgo go at all hazards It II a sorry story and one that does great die credit to the powers that be Tnis Is what grand and glorious old Admiral WInOold Scott Scbley hat to say before the Progressive Union at New Orleans the other daywb shows what a patriotic heart be bal- I will not trench upon unknown iround further than to give vent to my feeling of gratitude at tho growth and devol opmont of our groat country which I have been permitted to know only In the last taw years Most of my life dur log the halt century past has been spent on the outer confines of chl1lza Lion There Is no discount on Jacki love of homo and his flag and when be le at sea his dream Is of his eweelhei but his ship la his loyal lovo and bla country la Gods country Be Is alwaye ready no matter bow forlorn the bope to lead and lay down his life BLblod bo guns ho Is the peer of any marl manln the world Therefore I say aU loner to the men behind the guns aod tbo men before the furnace It IN a speech at Louisville the otber day this Is what Gov Bradley bad to- say about tho assassination of Oov Vm Goebel The murder of William ioebel It ha declared was the fouls crime In the annals of this Common ealth Would that I could wipe away that dark blot and burnish tbo spot whore It tell bright again Thou I bouestly believe that ho was not cleo ted Governor still ho was conical In the proper way for that high oWe and while In the midst of the conu wall shot down by a dastardly assass In the Capitol yard Ho bad been do laced Governor by those In autborlt and it was eminently proper that tbl iward should bo offered for the appi onslon and conviction of his murd rerl There la not one honest man of- my political conviction who does oat want to see this case ferreted out to- tbe bottom It AN order has been Issued by the post omco department for the with holdln of the delivery of mall to any of the In stmcnt companies now under Invest gatlonln St Louis Now that tbe- borse has been stolen the stable Is to be locked The money of thousands of pereoos having been lost through he- free use of the malls the pitiful rem- naot now In the malls Is to be saved Why did not the post ofllce depart meot act when the fraudulent cbarac tor of these concerns was called to ho attentIon of iho officials l Thats be- way It did in Lexington when Ifit bad- acted promptly hundreds of thousand would have been saved to those wbo- maoy at least of them were In DO con dltloo to lose it- THIS AND THAT Gen Charles C Doolittle a veteran of the Civil war la dead at Toledo Atkinson College a Negro school at tdlsonvllle was destroyed by fire Mrs Helen C Noaglo tho oldest woman In Maine died at the age of 10 yearsZ Simmons formerly wellknow as a breeder of trolling horses died at Lexington Harvard has 633 teachers Columbia 501 each having ono Instructor to ev- eryl0 students Mrs Mary Oliver a wellknown and Imable widow was found dead In ber- yard at Versailles A monument marking the spot wbere- Gen Lawton was killed was unveiled Suoday at Sao Mateo P Fifty guests barely escaped with- tbelr lives while flames completely destroyed the Hotel Deveaax In Toledo O Three white children and a Negro- were drowned eight miles south of Tal assee Fla as the result of a driver1- 0810g his way and getting Into a pood Elijah Milton Watkins aged 82 died Suoday at his home In Woodford county He was a grandson of Elizabeth yWaiklna the mother of Henry ClayTbomal S Grundy of Washington county one of tbo most prominent live tock breeders In the State and for- 1ears a wellknown figure In politics- died Sunday lockholdera of the Standard Oil Co will resolve 320000000 In dividendi- next month This will make a total of 1328000000 paid by the corporation to- ltockbohlers direct within a period of 12 years A mob of 150 men led by strikers attacked the powerhouse of the Indiana Hanway Company at South Bond rewa watchman through a window and roughly handled two A- detail of police stopped the rioting POLITICAL For the nine State offices to be filled there aro now out 31 candidates tor democratic nomination Judge John Howard for six terms Major of Prescott Ariz It dead at Converse led aged 83 years Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort baR announced his candidacy for the dfmo cratlc nomination for attorney teoera The Indiana House passed the bill aoproprUtlng 1150000 for a State ex hlblt at the Louisiana Purchase Expo sitlon James A Garfield who was appolut ed by President Roosevelt at Commls stoner of Corporations under the new Department of Commerce bill Is a Ion of tho late President Tee doooorats of GarfieldIcial district will hold April 15 at uiiollvlllo to nominate candidates for circuit judge and CQm monwealtha attorney A convent lon at the same time and place will noml nato a candidate for State Senator for the Ninth Senatorial district The president has appointed Sollcl tor General John K Richards to tbe vacancy on the Sixth Federal circUit bench Al the same time Judge W R Day was appointed to the United StateR supreme court to succeed Judge Sblrls nod Assistant Attorney General Dcnr hL Hoyt was appointed solicitor geoor al to succeed Mr Richards Senatorelect James B McCreary II icing wined dined and feted as tboulth 10 wero already a member of that boo cable body Last night be was an cs eclally Invited guest at a dinner given by Representative Hltt chairman of ho Rouse committee of Foreign Af airs exclusively for the members of the Foreign Affairs committees of botb ouaea Washington Dispatch LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Coulter White has 40 shoals for lIale Good work mule for tale J V iaugbman2tW A Trlbblo sold a into 200 pout bog at Os to Wm Land Several pairs of nice work mules for sale CT Bohon Huslonvlllo it FOR SALE I have 25 extra nloe work mules for sale C T lobonifSixteen hogsheads of Boyle county urlsy sold on the Louisville market at 87 50 to 13 65 Dressed hens cost on the market at lOxlngton 57o each while dressed tur koys cost 25c per pound William Cooper of PulasVI sold to- M Coy of Madleon at Lancaster ye rday 10 yearlings at 3o Jell Robards sold to Frank Logan BOW and 10 pigs for 112 CO and 16 wean 1I01l pigs for 152 50 Advocate WORK MULES A number of work mules three to six years for sale sir le or In pairs C M Jones Maywoo e Ky T O McDowell has sold to roprcto illvea of the Japanese government tbo treeyear old brown filly Tiptop by- Imp Pirate of Penzance for 1400 In Montgomery county J M Hoar old to G L Kirkpatrick 10000 pound or tobacco at 80 G L Kirkpatrick bu right of W R Kirby about 10000 mode of tobacco at 6o J B Haggle continues to add lao to the largo amount he already has In yclUs The latest addition la 266- acres which be has Just purchased from- tbe Harp heirs at a cost of 20004 W H Bennett near Ath Motblnles- tbe Chester Whites the most proOtableb- OKS During the last 21 months be- ball sold 8197 85 from one 3owa pls- Tbo same BOW will farrow next month eking her third litter In 11 months A L Lehman of EilUvllle Mlu- bas purchased of J T Buguely tbe national eix year old green pacln geldloll Danville Boyby Winks 22ot- dam by Pylmoulh for 82500 Tbll- horee bas a trial to his credit of 211 vocateAt the Marlon county tarn of Dr D C Tucker was sold at publl auctloo by the Boylo National Bank- and brought 811401 The sale was Ih end of along course of litigation between Dr Tucker and the bank e7- tendlDIl over a period of years LANCASTER COURTAt Esles pen at Lancaster yesterday there were cattle Yearlings brought 4c calves 81250 to 810 butcher stuff 3l to 3Jc sboatalJ cow and calf 828 heifers 31e pl ig horses 820 to 840 Small crowd I- ntoo and business generally dull the following stock sales occurred MI Bruce pens In the last few days- Lutes sit Co to T A Rice a lot of year- IInlls at 4 to 4k to O E TAte a bund of long yearlings at 4Jc and to Dr Fowler 11 calves at 820 J W Allen to J H Baughman 20 two year olde al 127 Wm Cooper to George T Wood- two bulls at 3c C R Brawner tc Mark Hardlota lot of shoats at Co CHURCH MATTERS Last month the Christian churches In Kentucky gave for missions In the State 1187 00 rilolea were filed by tbo Baptist- Arius of Jefferson county Increasing Is from 815000 to 820000 A fire at Springfield Ohio destroyed beater the Y M A bulldfng and- otber property valued at 8250000- Three men wero Injured by a falling wallTbere will be communion services at tbe Presbyterian church at Huston vi lie next Sunday morning Preparatory services at 11 oclock Saturday mornlnr Rev W T Overstreet will- preacb LERDR This week we put on sale several thousand Mill ends which we bought belowthe market price Here are some of the good things Ulnck Ditto White cud Oroy Mohair 10 inches wide worth 75o go nt ISo n yard Extreme wide mercerized oxford white price 25o our price 15c n yard f00 yards imported madras newest stripes made to sell nt 20c our price lOo n yard Special 200 fine hoary corsets tho prico on those wits 125 they jo ut 70c 300 PAIRS LADIES SHOES Sizes 2i and 3 Button and Lace worth up to 83 RO nt iSc not now stylo and tho nbovo nizos only JiOOO yards S inch hamburg worth 26c goes nt 10e Your last chnnco to got this Just received n now line of mens fine clothing tho celebrated Kirpohbnum hnndmndo warranted to fit and wear ns perfect na n Uylorinndo suit Wo ono fit you Price from r to 820 260 pairs nilwool jeans pants worth 81 nnd 8125 nil go nt GOo Wo tnko your eggs nnd butter nt the high est market price in exchange OSiT Chinaware tickets given on each purchase THE GRAND LEADERM IL LEVY ck co ProrseS B LEVYMnnnjOr DR PI W Carter Office Stanford in Myors Go To Crab For IlarRajni Kreih Hakes Hw mat peter for Butter Er We whose name forbid huntlnp tr any way on our land the nil extent of the lueb Mike ester bew Drletier and NEW DENTISTInSUranG6 JUNCTION s w 817IIZE ntOlasn Turnouts JACK Special Attention and We willon March 4 1903 at Sjlccialsale jntries in at Fox tt J D a fluent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represent The Home of New Compnln the worldAssets St51J18H943 Surplus II regards policy holder t90686S7 35 Farm property in Casoy Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us lor rates and printed matter We cn give you all the information 10U want Queen sir Crescent Route It the Shortest Route to New Orlean Jacksonville Atanta Knoxville Cincinnati Savannah Shrevtpor Birmingham cud Texas points DI- rest line to and Porto Rico S T SWIFT P T A Lexington W 0 RiNBnsoN O P A Cincinnati J 0 CONN D P A Chattanooga NORTHBOUND Leave Morcltnd 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 a m to 120 p m 600 am Soornnocsn Leave Moreland 1150 p m 1127 a m Junction pity IIM am 1117 a m 805 p m r1 FURNITURE Carpets Mattings Ruts Wall Paper Picture Frames alc The latest noTdtlM in Mattlagt OIIrpete Val1lal r AO am new teD to the Inspeetton of h8lulollc and wo asaureourlro trtni that they caD get their money worth by trading with i Ui o NO JOCKEYING I o I A Lay a OenUea o a omul buy anjllilnft la our tee nod M a money It you flail the goods that nttrout he price M rlR- htWITHERS FURNITURE COMP- ANYsChattanoouaPlows l 1 The nbovo plow will bo soM opt trial Money re funded if their work is not satisfactory A trial is all we as- kGEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky r Was noted for its good taste in fTS2B Seo our nice lino in e Colonial Spoons Fine cs Cuff Buttons Etc W H WHAT 3T 1wJ WaSftilltOflTJNff Jewelry Silverware lincinJowclryBroach MUELLER Stanford KY rWhat Do You Wish When se ecting groceries reliable sub stance or mere tbadow If lubllanco andI good quality and good value you wish then come her for it in my large and well selected stock There Is not a thing that is not of excellent value Full line also o- fPINE CIGARSAnd tobacco and hundreds of values too numerous to mention Come and see and be convinced and I will cause no strain onyourpurso J W PERR1N the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford 11v r r t wr s r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kr FEB 24 191a If J In fllllnc your prescriptions wo use roporIonsnot do better If yon UI double thu price which laalwava reasonable Pon1 nvi Drug Store yPEtSONALS MU J O MoCLAHY la Dtt A S PKIOiili acaln J II Bush of Ulchrhond li hero Miss SUB WONER continues quite Mit O W EVANS of the East End Is very Ill JOHN D NKVIUB spent Sunday at Drodboad s MAYOR T R GRIFFIN Is hero rora enclf of Stoncira Va was hero Friday thrj r MR It L COLLIER was down from Brodbcad Saturday Miss HELEN THUUMOND went up to Brodbead Saturday HOHACB Bonov took the train hers Saturday for London COL W G WELCH upset several days at Crab Orchard AUOUST PETZOLD of Hamilton 0 Is hero attending court r MR J II Hurl of the Highland section JcorIs MIIB MARTHA SEVERANCE returned from Nowtown Saturday fromDantileMRS KLLA FARLEY of Richmond Is with Mrs T 0 Willis Miss DORA STRAUII has returned from Hcndersonvlllo N 0oJ PETKII STRAUII Jit spout several day In DanTlllo business J M SAUFLRY of New Haven Is spending a few dope at home BpitN to the wife of Jordan Floyd of the Highland section a son Tilt Ladles Aid Society will moot at Mrs John It Rout Friday MRS B O GOVRR of the WestKnd Is with Mrs J K VanAndalo MIt JAM us W MCWHOHTBH of Mlddleburt was hero yesterday DON J MORT ROTHBLL of Lancaster Is attending circuit court hero Miss ELLA MAY NEWLAND of Dan rllle Is with Mrs Annie Newland H H BRONAUGU of Grab Orchard went to Richmond Friday on business BoiiN to the wife of Mr L O King of the Hubble section a One poun 1Ilrl J M FARRA of Lancaster was slightly better yesterday afternoon CHARLEY HOSUNSTINR went Frankfort and Louisville Sunday on business MR AND MRS JOHN W ROUT wont over to Garrard Sunday to see Mrs Jane Ballou MR MGKEENIIAUM of Versailles was with his sbtgrln lax Mrs J I Abram last week MESSRS ALFRED A AND W HAR RY UloutNS spent several days wltb the bomofolks hero BOWEN VANARSDALE one of the best Knights of tbo Grip on the road was hero last week MRS T D NEWLAND and children Howard and Blaln have been quite sick but are convalescing MRS J K PORTMAN who has been with her husband hero several weeks returned to Louisville Sunday Miss RACHEL ALLISON who has been visiting her siitert Mrs Burch returned to Lexington Saturday MR S P GRAY Is down from Bar f bourvlllo for his family which ho will move to that thriving town this week MR F J JONES has moved ro Crab Orchard to Gum Sulphur wbero ho has opened a store and Is dole well Mil J D SwoiE of Hustonylllo will bavo charge of the store of Watts- Greening on Vernon avonueSome sot Journal SHERIFF M B BAUOHMAN wont Loulsvlllo yesterday after a witness tbo case of the Commonwealth agalna- Alfred Bright MR JOHN MEIER and slater Mlsa I Freda wont to LouIevMlo Sunday former on business and the latter visit relaUvosAdvoclte MRS W P TATE wont to Boston a few days ago to ace her daughter Mrs C H Paine who with her husband and children I soon to go abroad MR S F BROWN has moved from Level Green Ilockcattlo county to MoAlester I T where be baa torn cd a partnership with R B Coleman a wellknown lawyer IN a letter from Sam H Rout formerly of Qustonvllle but now living In Cincinnati bo says ho has a good posi tion and that ho and his family like Ebo Queen City splendidly MRS LUCIEN BECKNER and pretty little daughter Elizabeth of Winches ter with their guest Miss Jonnlo War ron of Stanford woro In the city yes terday Lexington Democrat MRS J G CARPENTER and beau tf ful little daughter Josephine of Stan ford are the guests of Miss Tovia Car pouter who la attending the Conserva tory of Music Lexington Democrat i LOCALS CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig ft Hookers ATTENDtheealo S W Givens all II M Saturday Fob 28 READ the real estate advertisements 00 our fourth pogo You may fled a farm that suits you WE have plenty flat goof cheapJwiONLYmain and at good old Bro Barnes used to say pralia the Lord for It roadvmadodreuprice Coma quick J P Jones Tile Warron Grlgsby chapter U B 0 will meet with Mrs J C Hays at 230 this Tuesday afcrnoon Mrs J S Rice recording secretary THOSE knowing themselves Indebted to anyingMonday court day and settle The articlescorporatlnJ the Bill Posting Syndicate at Lexington of 1100000 capital show that Mr Louis H Ramsey who used to live horn heads the list with 0400 paid up shares at 110 per share We are glad to hear of Mr Ramsey good luck and hope he will be a multlmllllonalro some day IT Is feared that r told weather will be detrimental to fruit treelln- tbllolUon as many of them wore udding and lomo lo itaveston who Is a nurseryman and card uninJuredbut will bo Injured OPEN SESSION At the Methodist church Sunday night there was an pen session of the childrens million bind of that church with Mrs T D lUnoy presiding as president and Miss Anna Dare as secretary The evonln consisted of recitations songs reading oto It was an enjoyable affair and every little tots heart was Oiled to overflowing CONTRACTS Tbo fiscal court was in session Friday and Friday night oDd let contracts out for 1200 rods of rook and gravel to bo spread on tho turn pikes J R Boazley secured contracts for 610 rods of rook at 17 CO per rod Tbo gravel runs from 13 60 to 15 per r a doinillgood roads and just tas soon as tbo weather permits It the pikes will all bo t1put In Crstclaia condition MARTHA WASHINGTON SOCIAL The Ladles Aid Society of the Baptist oburcb gave a Martha Washington So slat at tho homo ofRov and Mrs O 10b1 Huey Friday night The evenings amusement consisted of recitation rtadlng mu lo gimas otc Light roo frcsnments wore served Tbo proceeds were to bea used In Improving the par sonage There wero about 75 people present and Rev and Mrs Buoy m every ono foal that It was good to Moro Bio FIRE A 10000 flea occured In A P Bruces warehouse near tho depot at Danville In which 0 P Cecil Jr and A P Bruco wore heavy losers The warehouse was burned to e ground entailing a loss of 12000 wl no Insurance It was Oiled with agrl cultur implements belonging to C Cool Including tu wagons and a Iar number of plows harrow ad other supplies Tbo lost on this merchan also waa 14000 with 11600 Insurance One freight car standing on an adjoin ing switch war burned and epoch r loaded with farming machinery was also considerably damaged aqmed year ono it eogo 7 oclock of pneumonia Ho was only sick about a week Mr Wm Land raf thrp years Ottcnheimt0 Ho t iita wife aQd eight children to mourn his loserlie was burled In tbo Ottonbolm moralt0Dq r Peaco to his ashes CIRCUIT COURT Circuit court bo gun yesterday but didnt last long It was a legal holiday and after Judge Saufloy had delivered a splendid charge to the grand jury ha adjourned court until this morning The following gentlemen compose the grand jury S A Mlddlcton foreman Logan Bryant J F Shaw J M Dell Garland Joni e Wm Landgraf Craig Gooch J D Anderson R C Rockery Robert N nelloy Josh Wilson and John Bau Jr The petit Jury la na follows B Penco S E Owsley B F Ferrlll B F Goodo J J Moser John DloWld Davo Scott Samuel Reid Pate Pi H J Darat N tV oarapaon W E TraylorAlbright Dr 0 Fowler D R Adams MIFHal net SCHOOL books ana supplies at Craig it Hookers GRASS land and two stables for rent Nancy Vandovcor 4t WHAT Became Parker at Wal tons Opera House Feb 27 U SAM TUCKER has vedhis blacksmith and woodwork shop to Moreland where he hopes tbo people will give him liberal patronage Tile Work twltbfalafternoontalc at Progressive Flinch MR R HBRONAUOH tolls us that tn 1boIf not sold In the next two weeks CONGRESSMAN IIERTwrites ua that ho hssni gluon up the flght for a reestablishment of the star routo between Stanford and McKlnqoy but pOIIIblenot bo In vain- SATURDAYS Louisville Poat con CityComraller IIFallaname 63000 times a year or an average j of 143 times a day Hla frlonda hero are glad to bear tbla deserved compll moot AN elegant mal eawas given lur Wednesday afternoon byMcsdamca S Lvtlo and W B Penny at their homo on Lexington Avenue in honor of their visitor Miss Lion LItbgow of LoulnllleTbo color scheme red was carried out very prettily tbo par lors and dining room being wltb clusters of red tulips Mrs Penny Mrs Lytlo and Miss Lttbgow the guests and tbo tea table was pre tided over by Mrs Dave Logan About 30 couples were tAdvoeatoI gTnE first operation In accordance with the method of Dr Lorenz the fa moue Austrian surgeon ever performed In this country outside of tbo rifle of New York and Chicago was performed most successfully by Drs McKee and Falconer at St Joseph Hos pltal Lexington Saturday The pa tlcnt was little George De Jarnctto aged 5i year the eon of James Do Jarnette of Richmond The operation Is bloodless and was made to sot right a dlsplacomentof the hip with which the boy was born The work wee very hard not only on the patient but also on the surgeons who were thoroughly tired out as the result of their efforts The leg haw tq bo moved In every dl reotlon until all the shortened mural ce which have caused the deformity at stretched to their proper length an then the bone Is thrown Into the socket with a snap that can bo heard in tbo next room Having never been used tho socket too smell for the bono and to enlarge same the leg Is placed In phutercB8 for elx mouths with the leI at right angler to the body At the o removbad Rod se strong as any of his playmate Lexington Democrat The patient a nephew of Mrs J B Willis of Orchard and a rousts of Mr T O Us of this place- DltEC11NR10oEth of campaign ti democratic nomination for governor altsgr o grand old mm and listened aUo to his speech of an hour or more opened his address by saying that whllo ho had been a democratic voter for 40 posse be bad never felled to support its parlya nominees with his voice his vote and his moans yet two party owed hlmnotblog ho considered It an honor to belong to It and asked for the ofllao because bo wanted It and not because of any party indebtedness The judge very clearly oDd forcibly showed that Gov Beckham waa not eligible to sue cecd himself and predicted that In tho ovent of Beckhama victory there would be a contest brought up by hue republlcaooppoaantasdtbathoBractDrldte 0 court could do otherwlso than daol against Beckbam that Beckhnm oxhl Iced displeasure when aroused of build lagup a machine Ho did not accuso the governor of this offenao but people think of the old saw whoro there ao much smoke thorns bound to soma fire II The Judge sold Beckbam reflected somewhat upon the judges of tbo appellate court by awaiting tbo re cult of the races between Gully and Settle and Du Hollo and Barker before announcing bU candidacy thinking perhaps that tbo political complexion of the court would aid him in case of a contest Ills tribute to the impurtl Ity of the present appellate tribunal 0thole freedom from partisan prejudice quTes eD mot with a hearty applause dloevery mss In tho audience Ju Brecklnrldge closed his speech wit most eloquent and masterly appeal to the democracy of old Lincoln and from tbo ovation given him it waa readily apparent that the gallant Confederate and truo bluo democrat will get vote of tbo county nero hoping will win CARLOAD of the American Woven Wire fence just received Farris Co 1 springdeersbayo the stock to back It J P Jones SALE Mrs D 8 Carpenter will sell a lot of household and kitchen urnl ture at section at flustonvllle on IeuI1will beat 1arj tonvllo tomorrow Wednesday to a earload of Southern horses must bo fat andircady Joo Jordan e MONIALI I Miss Ol llo May Reid 17 will bo married ati Moreland Friday John Knuckles aged 61 and Miss Lizzie Singleton 24 were married at Crab Orchard Saturday Marlon Woodall a widower of 3d and Miss Nannle Mlnlckrwlll bo marI tomorrowljAKansas City Tuesday to Paul Grant 331botbLoulsvlllo announce the engagement AliceCasOarrllonVlllltrd BreeklnrldlloBanfurdrled PUBLIC SALE Ot stock and terming Implement at riSATURDAY FED 58 1903 I yearling mare mule Jnuudlerimpro by On Time dam by Cabells Loxtnc milkdgood Iterkthlro sowgereral 00pounu ihoati ldrower Brown Cultivator 3 big 3 double nhovelt1 double A barrow Smooth IbellIHMS wagon and plow harness bar fork uot uli hose etc 8rW JlVENS PUBLIC SALE Of fine farm acres Llvo Stock Farming implements Household and Furniture Etc on THURSDAY FEB 26 IPOS I will on the premises of A J Rice do coaled In Oarrard county rail s from Lancailer near Lancaster A Lex Infton Turnpike tell my Iellona property consulting of wngoos wheat wear planter maven cutting harrows plows and many other useful farming Im Also live stock consisting of horse mules hogs and cattle There trill IplendIdthe highest and belt bidder The term will ant be offered In three separate tracts of 10138 and 130 acres and then at a whole The farm Is well with good dwelling and outbuildings This farm Is well adapted to the ratting of hemp and todMRS MARY E RIDE Spring 1903 Blue Grass Nurser tag lp9Bmallgardendque t llothjihonwj II F II1LLENMEYER 8 SON tLeiington Ky abTo Tobacco Men I I have abundant good tobacco land and nayelalrtlady CJumboxts Ky Strawberry Plants Fbr Sale I I hero the following kinds of strawberry TanneeseeIIoSamlleOlydeKanload Cumoerland Oandy Parker Eirl at 40c per 100 as long as last J L JOHNSON KIpgsvlllo Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean ImportationforDANK HUDSON Lancaster Ky PUBLIC SALEr will soil at public auction at my farm 3 OrchardkSATURDAY FED Sfc Three horses 8 pows yearling pellet 3 bugbPitchtortes45 hops geese 3 bedsteads 3 tables 8 chain S wasbstands cook stores kitcHen utenslU Terms made known on day of sate LIEDLbePUBLIC SALE J Of Farm and Personalty TerryGoodeCty on the premises on TI1UI13DAY FED sa The form of 80 wens lyIng 3S miles from pikealof six roofcns good cistern at the door barn outbulldlngsAlead lying one mile South of the farm on the pike near Mt Salem The personal prop erty to be sold consists of about 40 barrels weightageopenblatot farming Implements corn shelter household and TKHU Land onohalf caib balance Jan 11001 note with lath bearing 0 per coot Interest from date can pay all If desired Personalty cash Land aur rhohesale a EDWARD Auxmx gtI 1 Winter still Lasts 3sett attatttaae 4 Y I Youmay need an Overcoat n Suit n Pair of Pants or Shoes to suit this BAD WEATHERWo have tho vest Our prices are lower than they were in the early Winter Hannn Shoes 500 and 000 W L Douglas Shoes J300 and 350 They are the bast in the world r1t l tl o- i Cummins a McClary 4 J a JI p FEBRUARY l We always reduce prices o- nOVLRCOPTSThislk done for two reasons First we need the money that is tied up in them Second they are in our way and wo need every inch of space in our room Atthese prices you can well afford to put them away for next season Our 500 Coats are riots 100 t Our 1000 Coats aro now 700 our 1250 Coats are now 900 Our 1500 Coats arc now 1150 These Are Spot Cash Prices Terms Cash H J M Roberts it WEli m J Are the only agents in tStanford and Lincoln ICounty for f AMERICAN jaA shape for every fig I ure a price for every rse We carry them Ip the girdle to theiLongfellow mod r t C If e I I t ll SEVERANCE SON 1 ij ijY ijE r OLIVER PLOWS t Full stock of Steel and Wood Beams and all Kinds of REPAIRS t W E PERKINSr FOR RENT r WmSeveranceJ n OWSLEYI P P MYHAIVDV- atwlnary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Barleys Livery Stable r d IICrabPUBLIC SALE I laving sold our farm we will on rWEDNESDAY FEH 25 Northeast of Llb erty ou the Liberty and Mlddleburg foUowlingl mare Oarrard Chief pair 5yearold work mutu pair yearling mules colt 3 milk cows 1 Yearling Shorthorn bul6 yearling hclfor t urbogetacksrelt or corn In crib lot of oats farming 1m t plemenls such M wagons plows machines buggies etc household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 0 oclock Terms mode known on day of sale J D WAT Bnowx r e 1 FtIt THE JNT KIOR JOURNAL 1Bn n the potl offlce at Stanford ai matte- ryPabliaxaaTu 3 en4Fndas I 1 PER YEAR CASHe- w When Rot sopsldasOO will bechsrsd DIYIISIOIie 1146 sra IKNOXVillE 230 a tn 1223 am 1282 p m PARKER HAIR BALSAM Ct taiurs lad btuUTtt the IVotnotcf growth Newer Falls to notHair to in Youthful tor Cure O dlrnn I Itlllcg CtendUUU DninrfiU s H Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror f Lancaster r Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendId I table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 fiA S PRICE Dentist J Stanford Ky Uenobertt Drag fnlhr Owsley ItOIIeo A Building JONES DENTISTStanford Kv1I THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all tile year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con Us sultatlon Board an ball be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profea Ela ilonal bills 3uo when services are rendered and must tM paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Llvory Feed Sale Stabler Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Oracle Hones and Mules sold Feed horses receive personal attention A M BOURNE o Lancaster Kye r Offers his services as uctoiarlo the peoplo of Lincoln County He will please bothin work prieD Write to him Tray lor SfJ icet1 DtALLUS IN WMsKu Brands Wines Beer GInars Etc KYII c Mrs Fred Unrath President Country nub Itenloot Harbor Mlclu After my lint baby was born did not b teem to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he coruld tied very superior but instead of jetting beir weaker every day hut bind Insisted that I take Wine of Cardul rlt for a week and see what It would do for me did take the methane and was very grateful to find my strength and health slowly returning two weeks was out of bed and In a month I was able to take Iupmy usual duties I am very enthusi it Itsipraise Cardui reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal of preg t and It ems carriacQ No woman whotnkeeWine- of Caruui need fear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taken Wine of Canlui before her came she would not have been weakened as she was Jfer rapid should commend this remedy to every expectant mother Wine regulates the menstrual flow WINE0FCARDOI j 1 R B MflOiiyInsurance Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg egt and best companies rep resented Phony 82 Stanford Kentucky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 29 ring JNOCHRISTMAN Stanford H C RUPIEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goody Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my propertyI situated on the of Main on east Mdaof College street In Hustdnvllle Kyconteting hotel and livery stable This Is well arand vacant ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery table on same a nice livery barn GSxTS and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes va cant lot for private U desired Everlasting water abundance Property Is well for private residence Is now rented for that It you want good paying In Rustobr lle call on or address D S Carpenter UUlton vllld Ky To the Coal Consumers r theHavingcoal dealers we are now tbe people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at tho lowest market price for cash Farmers we wilt take your and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for at houseOrdersJour money phone 41 or Jloonos livery stable No 88 Boone des DunavontST- RNFORO KY J+ C+ 14c A Y iYmrtTNDEItr AEEEE- ltlBALltIER And Dcaloarln 3N SSbADLEBY 0 Stanford Ky J Le Beazley if Co Undertakers and- Embalmers lULaU Ix Furniture 9IattIn 8Rugs they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS KIDNEYBackache KldneraCUREBladder Dont become discouraged There Is s cure for you If necessary write Ur Fn net Ho 1ms spent a life time curing Just gucb cues as yours All consultations ree A gravel In my bladder Aftci using a few bottles of Fenner JUdne and Ilackarho Cure I passed a grl1TcllaU lu preventedfurtherW A Orrlxa Drluistefartl Ask forCook Rook Free STYITUSDANCE i SENATOR McCREARY No man ever entered the United States Senate under happier auspices than does exGov James B McCreary whom the people of Kentucky have chosen to the upper branch of Con crete and who will on the 4th of next month tako the placo now occupied by Mr Deboo Gov McCreary Is stop ping at the Now Willard and ho the ID pink of condition physically look InR not a day older than be appeared when a member of the House Probably no man of tho Blue Grass State ever enjoyed tine good will and confidence of his people to a greater degree than the Senatorelect As speaker of tbo Legislature Governor and Representative In Congress for 12 years bo always eatlefled his count moo and when the Legislature named him for the Senate It was In response to tbo pabllo demand- I had almost forgotten said Gov McCreary that my habitat hence forth will bo at tho north ond of tbo Capitol and from a sheer force of hab- It I took a green car yesterday morn loll which lauded me on the House side But I got so many pleasant greetings from my former associates of the House that I was glad I had taken the wrong oar What do you think Senator of democratic prospects They are improving every day By loot the party will be absolutely united Business has lately carried ma Into several Southern States and everywhere I went I found the democracy harmonloua and eager to try conclusions with the opposition We will get together and unite on some good man who will bo acceptable not only to the South but to tbo voters of New York New Jersey Connecticut and other States where tho party of yore got elective votes I expect to see- lemoeratlcpreetdentelectedin1001 a Washington Post FRANCI3 Tho Richmond suggests the name of David R Francs ot St Louis for the democratic nom nation for president in 1001 Mr Fran lie is a native of Madison county and Is a nephew of Mr Sidney Rowland of Danville Ho Is one of the most suc cessful and widely known men West of the Mississippi river having served is mayor of St Louts and governor of Missouri There Is a great Mlssourlan says the Register who Is In character experience ability and availability In every way fully equipped for the presi dency and his nomination would satie ty all ehmantt In the party and appeal powerfully to the business Interests of tho country His name Is David Row land Francis and ha was born and raft ed In Madison county FAIR ESQ The following is the list of fajr dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 C days Crab OK bard July S3 4 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlsna July S0 4 day Danville August 4 4 days Madlaonvllle August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creek August 184 days Lawronceburg August 18 4 days ShepherJsville August 25 4 days Somerset Sept I 4 day Bardstovcn Sept 11 days EUzabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 G day- sBetter Than Gold I was troubled for oycral years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili ty writes FJ Green of Lancaster N U No remedy helped mo until I bean using Electro Bitters which did me moro good than all the medicines ever used They have alto kept my wife In excellent health for years She says Electric hitters are just splendid for fe male troubles that they are a grand ton ic and InvIgorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place In our fanlly Try them Only POc Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists Unless the Jim Crow car bill be tore the Legislature js defeated the Missouri Negroes will petition their patron saint Teddy to withdraw the government opproprlatlon to the St Louis Exposition And yet a Kentucky republican chief Justice has both judl cially and judiciously declared the Jim Crow arrangement for botb whites and blacks a good thing Louisville Times The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poi soning results from the Injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying Chamberlains Palp Balm It is an antiseptic and unequalled liniment for cullas a quick healing bruises and burns For sale by Craig Hockcr io And President Teddy didnt tosscven- e much as a cold potato to the Ken t ickv contingent that went hotfoot aft r that circuit judgeship However the old guard of the Kentucky g o p is used to playing the rolddf poor boy at the Federal pie couotor Blessed- are they whd expect for they shall not be dleappolatedTlme- eFriendwhy do you call your paper the Dally Boiler Editor Becauio Its liable to bust- yaD minute I PAINT LICK Eggs have boon as low as 121 cents heroJohn Murray Is In the mountains buying cattle R L Jennings Is the first to bring on Spring goods Mrs Pause Eegleman has for sale a good work maro MMJ Alvab Adams got his wrists frost bitten during the cold snap W S Fish our clever druggist is doing a flourishing business Mrs Fannie Garrards little dougb ter Is gusto sick wllb throat trouble We have flee good doctors within two tulle of our place still thoro Is room for more I W Smith our timber man who has been In Rockcaitlo measuring up lOllS was driven home by tho snow stormIf energetic man would put up a coal yard at this place and keep on hand a good supply of ooal be could a good business as moat Klrksvlllo people get their supply bore The cold snap took most of our pea pie by surprise as they wore out of both coal and wood About 20 wagons were on the streets Friday and Satur day waiting to sco If the evening train would bring a supply of coal Tendency of the Times Tbo tendency of medical science Is to ward preventive measures The bet thought of the world Is being given to the subject It Is easier and better to prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrated that pneumonia ono of tho most dangerous diseases that medical men have to contend with can be prevented by tho use of Charnbirlalns Cough Rem edy Pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of Influenza grip and It has been observed that this remedy counteracts any tendency ot these di teases toward pneumonia This his been tully proven In many thousands of cases in which thus remedy his Wen used during the great prevalence of colds and grip In recent years and can bo relied upon with implicit confidence Pneumo nia often results from a slight cold when no danger is apprehended until It Is sod denly discovered that there Is fever and difliculy in breathing and pains In tho chest then it Is announced that the pa tent has pneumonia Be on the safe side and take Chamberlains Cough Item cdy as soon as the cold Is contracted It always cures For sale by Craig Hock er George F Balloy of New Vorkagod 84 once a partner of P T Barnum the great circus man Is dead of paralysis Bailey Is accredited with being the originator of the Cardiff Giant and Colorado Mumm- yMysterious Circumstance One was pale and sillow and tho other tresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blnsliingwtlh health uses Ir rings Now Life PiIU maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they oem pel good digestion and head oil constipa ion Try them Only 2Jie at all Drug gists At Lexington the Lloenio Ordinance Committee has placed upon tbe tlllt of taxable persons uew paper re porter lt le proposed to require ev ery reporter to pay 110 a year license When you feel blue and that everything goeb wrong tako a dose of Chins berlaina Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and Invigorate your stomach regulate your bowels give you a relish for your food and snake you feel that in this old world Is a good place to live Kor sale by Uralg af Hooker If you need I Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial r CBS L8XInGTOnD8ffiOClRl1 Ts the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It h especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor WPWalton EditorS Pror Lexington Ky Paxton Biliousness lakes Chronic When the lifer torpid and falls do Its work the bile enters the blood a virulent poison Tben coox4 constipation biliousness sick headache levers and Tbe only treatment that tee the lIver Jest the right touch sod starts Natures work the rigfe manner DA PILLS J aNDTONIGPELLETST- he pal toucaes the liver tecS the tone tbs adoses forl dsy cost 25 cents and lees your easo exceedingly bad you wits be wets before you finish them Sample free For sale all dealsrs FOR SALE BY W MROBERT8 DAT PENNYS DRUG STOHE 11 First National BankStanford yICapital Stock 50000 This StltuUon was oririunur eetahlleb d- as the Deposit Rank of Stanford tits then as the National Hank of Stanford In and again rooraanllNl the First National llnik of Stanford lu 1SSS having had practically noisier rupted existence for 41 year It Is bettor supplied now with faellltlM for transact lag buslnots promptly and well than ever before la lu long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL Directors J D J B Owsley II Shaaks W O Walker Oro W Carter Invalids 1s to u malaria in is pellets un Is at B i in as an Successors to The farmers Rank A Trwt Company and uailer same management continuously fur It years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping sued business relation will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdianfe TITLE CO Stanford Jxy No IHotM red tut ta M nforlt BIball eta rartb tobcbanbnate trt lee castU- icy his Price 8l No totttall firm II wens tssllrt tress star ferd Yours fosrpod rema bulk peak aM ffrsixs hod harts other bibllag is goo rrpslr Cm In sty Gelds well ItotvA sS s rn la IHIID trtIlI Ira Sal In Ieghlstmslpleeeraanteat tergda sad m tKtMldlt tomato Qoee Ieee chord j- lrke adlllcg ask ire SW an lii Trials aistrgtin No 1IIMte amt Ut In Sudan IlMse eon sins gee ruows hood tlakM a4 S urea of land well frond Oeeofprelllett t UdlBg lots In tows room enough U front rr twe other eatuge or a t story front be built to tk eatiagt and to ada teauir l bee wm hebl Meal a lb owner pest as t aaey No lTve storr Irsoit dwllli c re band veranda OooJ prda fcarlet sat beee la 1001 repair Iorulterrcat ll1M rMuM- Ho HwM sad lot la StaofonL There rnouit andlronllreb hood garden sad sUWt loo l rr ookt ebei No 7HIII1ud let in StiutorJ X tarltltI moms Uood garden smoke and oval Hll Itooha 1IFum of sestres IH tense Irvm Stan lent on county rued 3a sense eultlntlee seye- In pasture 2 erehuds and tut Is tlmbr Tw small rytlgM geod tarn and oUIWlnp we term drip J Plate run b ought at your iifit MOwn JlTis la Indlinspo and mud hue teensy No12UlInfMx rooms hall and r rc- ltnr OHlballdlnn sod tnlea Alu tarp two tary store room IbM f tper rwota lupplUO wnh nentets hh see elIIIMtorero aln elllllr amt wall on ptw SlIlet beck ohtDre Usemllevisa Nero UulldlDgtI la repair and Willelsad store over SIIOO or will real or srpareUlv No 1SS30 sere farm 7i mile or Crab Unbent Ky Uriekdwetllog brooms two tenant bourn two barns sprlnj nnr dwdllnf liens ugh stae of culllrtllcu loO strrs titer Lotion Isml good fenclne fruit ec Price M7SO an acre No 1I100 seem ol land on Lancaster street In CrsbOrcbsrdoppo 1prinir In Im provements es Ilrte stock bite sbundinr of ter lnltItabulldtsgaitalotown IMe 13000 No I5 A ate cottage and lot on Ltnouttr dnetStanfnrd 7 teem I good delete etc Uost 000No tern near Huitonvllle Dwelllnf of lgbt room ball versa U Ono tenant bout stock barn large tobacco barn sod other outbuildings Cistern and rood well In tb yard sod water la every fiild on tbe place Farm cut seven Oeldt sod oratclaw land No aoA Um of 160 acres fraius dwelling four rem good dock barn and all nets aaty out buHdlen Fenclnf rood wall watered cut la nvs bids W acres In cultivation rat In blue rait IMS than half toll trout turllk Wo offer this place for only 130 wr scr No 3lhouse of hood rooms and lour acre of ground stilt Pslera Ky IUjht on turnpike well fencing a III but ding In re pair Unimproved laud adtulotogthis sold for per acre sell this boun lor tViO or ex changi for properly In titantnrd or McKlaney Ky TbU plate a Stones throw of churcbw scbools stores No 31M3 acres of land In Itockcastls fur sals ot exchange list all necessary Improvements well watered Ac Will U sold at a bargain No 6OarlQ of aere stuated near Klnp vllle KI 6u acres In cultivation 39 timtierjett In watered two col barns and other ul comparativenewIIhool 1lolllr and a dp on plllnd county road and the moat dluble trot in that section Wa111 sell the whole farm lor tl 400 or la parcels of not lsthan 30 agree to er This Is eertanly chf property afareellinggaat alerld WavDnburg enclng- nd building n llte lime none land In el hborhood eke to school and on good roil Irlce 1700 No 5A farm of acres In Lincoln fount Three good dwelllnss 1 good bUD ad otbrr out building acb house bun etc stout the center of 100 acres All on county road WtnlU from church scbnol and Lsvswell and well watered This U a good tobacco nmi and would suit two or Ihrs ftullles that might want to corns from theism neighborhood Trica reasonable Officers J 8 HOOKER Prest JJXIORORERTflOhr W II WEAHENnkpr ll Directors F Reid Danvlllo 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford W P Walton LoilngMn K L Tanner MoKtnnvy U U Klraorc Stanford I 8 II lUuehman ftanforj T P HOI 8tanr nl- Jas Robinson hobble J U Ilaurhroan Stanford W P Tale Stanford STOCK OOOOO Officers h II BI1ANKB President J R OWeLIW Cashier W U IIHIOIIT Ant Cashier No U splesMfM tarns of sen handsome j water adllgbufrsstegatheSWfA few ti- eate TbtanaWertdJreW I4x blar Jest 101auItooI rrrsad will W sM si a kargal ICyOae4wgond sore and ethic tb U HBtt Slily Ins la IeLeehl tie lfk only 155- 9Nat IieaMseeaely lead HMIM eoa Isles seven reese vtHsxter cellar et All nee rutry MlbulMlB Kslra Urge bare ill la iplewIM repair HBM oewly tdalt amt over nletSe SKIW ef lied la Jar eMt K a ArtacuareefOnlsiawlasMlstMllagrsM This land It etr stir ereiebsBj IIUDferdloMlwiMhtf A tpteftdkl Wo gnus IODI1 liDOfarsere Wr rmttatt Na Ie Farm tl Its tens In cy cenolr Two ttry flea dwelling two gu9 l Wrnt tnd other tabreolandNo 17 FtissoflUarrr In Casey county A shydwSling sdiambleKyFrr e outbuUdlogs sere la enltlvatlon rest la Ilia elolllteMII1OII11IIImushy 1fI rO tuyeroratmt100fruM town with or without ImprovraeaU Also a buyer Ir an fs800 lo ale cnu farm close to town Ne 0OY acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Two torv house rooms hallveranda citern h ofnodtrlce fWJ No M Finn of tu serve Smiles from Stanford ODeatlachlIarnOrchardFeoelaRtic Tblum hss been occupied by a folmer own er yean and It well preeerved and lmpruve1 Is llansI 1G JOatprsssntuwnrIs5coshow Wlllaellfor 2600 ryaoubuildlopIn rrlrataooNo2omfrontingurnhplpered floodxsrden Tand e permnnlbuchaneeforNo 27A lum of aorofl In Ornrt county3 nillesfrom Uocailer Ky All la gear lhy landSloslIIUIdprodu red with wire and locust posts A good orchard tiltelloarn and other all In fool condition neighborhood near cbureb school t bontelhltNo I t 99scresoflandontnlls from Somerset cuIUlion a contains seven rooms Large bsrn and all nee diet eitary outbuildings Fences nd bulldlncsln ipleu U soxR