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L 29 1901 9 A 11 NO 91
I Bobbitt Deoltnos
ClUli OIl IlAUII Jun 2Gfter it
long lllenco I deem It my duty to an
IIwer omo of iha numerous calla mado
upon ino M run for county attornoy nod
re jnseuntatlva omo of wbloh ORIDO
from ray colored friends ono of whom
lithe ablo toniorlnl artist Dlakomoru i
Jwiip aye that when Bobbin runs at
I Crab Orchard politic U dead Now
t = f should llko to run for and dlschargo
I f thodutlc of both thcto olllooNthey
r j arc not Incompatible and I concede tho
vablllty to discharge tho duties appcr
lathing 10 tack upon this my friends
vnnd I aro agreed and an tho parties arc
110 nearly divided In ihU county I do
not leo how either can win unless both
iwrliea put mo on their tlckqu for
about two of their belt ulCCI but If
thoy think they can win without me j > o
ahead and then after tbo election I can
ray I told you 10 I would announce
myself for county attorney but I could
ufaotthink of opposing my frlond the
grand ond lordly Helm I would an
nounco for representative but 1 could
not think of opposing my friend notch
1bur and quasi relative Judge Buuhan
an and thcroforo I slull remain a soil
t tary passenger on the crowded baric
+ that will plow lu way up Iho olaialo
stream of Salt river after the primary
> olncllon But I dnalro to soy now to my
frlcndi that I shall bo H candidate for
Congress In 1902 and itnowlai the Duo
laratlon of Independence by heart and
Adam po ch in oupnort ol It und oats
repeat from memory the blo raploal
i t
Wa hlneton Adams JctTor oo Madl
son Monroe John Quincy Adams An
dre Jaokson Crud Martin Van IJuren
und with tho resolutions of 1703 cm
t broldored with classic quotations from
flower Horace Eurlpldos OJHIBD
Goethe Cowpor Chaucer Tennyson
Jopc Dryden 1ollock Shaketpoaro
Hyrou Grey Milton and a host of
othcra and knowing Coins Financial
School by note I um a hula curious to
know who will bavo tho temerity loop
s poa mc and shall lake much pleasure
In going a hundred miles to hear the
joint discussion between UI I hope the
two parties can cot alone this year In
their county race without me nil I am
now very busy thin winter sharpening
all of ray tool to cut and how every
i thing before mo In tho Con reelonal
race that will occur In November
UK Should have opposition then It
will only show tnat tiltS poet wan right
when ho Bald Fools rush In where
angel daro not tread Woll I must
close and betake myself to book on the
race for Congress till which I nay
t Farewell my friends farewell my foe
My peace with thee my love with
Rev Ituueil II Conwoll of Phila
delphia has baptized over 1000 con
Hov II N Fuulconor was oallod to
bo tho pastor of tho First Presbyterian
church Tuesday by one of tho largest
s congregational cooling ecr scon
Tho vote was unanimous Ha has
preached hire as n stated supply for
ono year mind bU earuions have beon
spiritual able Instructive and Interest
log The chtiruh 11011 been blessed un
dor hU ministry nillsboro 0 Car
t Enquirer
Rev S S During ono of the oldest
ministers of tho Kentucky Conference
M K Church South died iu his homo
at Nlcholaavlllo Sunday morning at 0
oclock llled 8ft years Ho wan tho lath
er of lien Daenng foupdor of tho Lox
Ington Transcript and undo of Rev
Jno II Dcorlng of layette Ho organ
ized the Ucerlng Camp Ground at
Iarks Hill In Nicholas county also
tho ono at High Bridge Ills remains
wero burled at NlcholB vl1lo Monday
Irof RoxnTylcrof Chicago Nice Press
dent Illinois Womans Alliance In speak
logof Chamberlains Cough Remedy
says I Buffered with a severe cold this
1ti winter vhich threatened to run into pneu
monia 1 tiled different remedies but I
teemed to grow worse and the medicine
i upset my stomach A friend advised mo
to try Chamberlain Cough Heujcdy and
1 found it was pleasant W take und it ro
lieved mo at once I am now entirely
recovered saved a doctors bill time and
suffering and I will novur bo without
thin splendid medlclmt again For l1o
by Cnilg Hocker
By tho Queens uxprusned desire elm
will bo given H military funeral It
will take clam Fob 2 nt Windsor The
body will bo removed from Oaborno
llouso on the night of tho lt and will
t reach London tliutjoxfrinornlng Thou
It will bo convoyed under elaborate
escort across tbo city and sent to Wind
sor Au Interesting ceremony was per
formed In London whan tho heralds
entered the city Hml im jl Iruuu tho
new King
A lauiu shoulder is uaunlly c tuned by
rhoumathm of tbs muscles end may bo
cured by a few applications of Chamber
laln8 Pain Balm For ale by Craig
locker Druggists
Several Kilrg of mules for tale W
It OOOk Lancaster
John Anderson bought a lot of bogs
I nf various pitrloH at 4 to lie
I Pine Itarfad Plytuoth Hock roosters
for lulo HubortCarpontor Stanford
Wheat look worso than for years
and tho farmers predict a vary poor
flO yearling cattle for sale overstock
rd and want to soil W P Grimes I
Proaoberavllle I
Sweeney Morgan bought recently j
several car loads of hogs nt 4 to 4 GO j
and want to buy moro GOI
J IL Roach bought of J F Bailey j
and James Green some shoats at io and
of Chiiruh Voagur II at IJc nndI
Foil SALI Three Improved Duroo
Jer oy red bourn ready for snrvlco It
H Ilrouiiugh Crab Orchard
Wanted four 100 to ISTipound black I
jerkblro hogs two board und Lsvo saws
for breeders John C Brown Walnut
Thomas W Liwson has offered a
cash prlosj of ttfiOO for jtbu bet pair of
high stapplo harness horsM exhibited
nt the coming Boston Horse Show
This tfaonth receipt of cattle at
Chicago will reach about 250000 tho
largest January reoclplfl since 1803
I and 03000 mom than two years ago
W M SIYQPO sold his crop of 10000
rounds of lobacoo at 10 eenta to Henry
Ware It Is the highest pries that has
boon roptirted at a home stile In Fayatto
ooonty Lexington Democrat I
The hOrM stock of tho United Slates
has Inoraaied In value slnoe 1807 5150
000000 With something like 14000
OOJ horses lu the country this ropre
sent an Improvement of about 313 a
Of the 51 trotters that have ohaogad
hands In this country nt prloeo ranging
from 120000 to 6128000 oaob 15 of
them warts bred In Kentucky Dlroo o
tor 217 was the highest priced one
selling for 75000
Shelby HurbUon purchased a com
bined harness borax of John B Mann I
of Morcor for 9210 C P Cecil Sr I
has sold his crop of 40000 pounds of
hemp wo understand for II SO per
hundred Advocate
dull at Lancaster yesterday and only u
few of the 100 or so cattlo at tho pens
sold A few yearlings went nt 3 83 and
a bunch of betters at He There was
some demand for butcher stuff at 2i to
31c A number of mules fold at Sfl to
1120 Horses wero dull
E P Faulconcr rented bill1I Map o
Shade Breeding Farm to T Mcrrl
mon for 81000 Tho farm contains 158
acres and Is considered us good land aa
U lit this county Ho also rooted bla
Mount Air farm to isS Shanlhan on
the share Both farms arc ut Paul
concr Station Danville Newt
Tho Red Mon dealro a full attendant
Friday night
Tom Foster has had his hair out
Girls dont you wantu curl
Mrs W B Bishop continued III but
Is come bettor not able to bit out how
Tho Block of goods Bishop A Rosa
purchased of W C Groaning invoiced
Iteeoms tbuttho old bachelor club
will have to fork up their S6 nub MOD
as Indlontlon polo that way
Sam Burton Is working In Llpps V
COl mill horo ut night Rufus Llpiw
U still taking his Sunday night rides I
C W Adams hat bought of I P
Steele his Block of drugs und toilet ar
tides und will continue u > do business
no the esiutru
H M Wills no impersonator and
mitorlalner held forth to small nu
dlancoa Friday nod Saturday night ut
Atoms opera house
Mrs J 1C Buughman Is mill doing
well and xvo hope on tho road to rucov
orv F BTwIdwcll has been laid up
with tho grip for eovoral days
Miss Anna Craw hasi returned after a
months visit to relatives and friends
at Lexington Parlb and othor points
W S Dryo Is back from Southern
Kentucky where he purchased several
nice horse which will bo entered In
Fuulconcrs ialo ut Danylllo the 110th
and 1st
C W Adams has purchased my stock
of drugs and toilet articles and I ba
speak for him the patronage hitherto
accorded to mo and I gladly recom
mend him to my customers us an hon
eat and upright business roan who will
appreciate any and all Uyor extended
w him 1 F Steele
Harry Lookrldgo has moved Into tho
residence reconiiy occupied by Mrs
Adilla Woods and family of your oily
Caoll Woods returned to his homo
yesterday from n visit to friends here
Mrs J W Alton Is about tho same
E C Hopper IB horo on a visit to im I
daughter Miss Camille Josiah Bishop I
drove down to your city yesterday to
meet his daughter Mrs J H White j
Miss lennlo McKlnripy Is snondlnff povI
oral days with Miss Mnry Adams Miss j
Anns held U still with her sister Mrs I
J W Alien Miss Dot Camnll7 oUliil i
ated In iho tolnphonH ofltao while hot i
sister Mies Edna was in Stanford C I
L Holmes pent Sunday lit the W ath j
erford Houo Mrs Helen B Huffman I
Is lu bed with the grip Mr and Mrs i
I Terry Goodo Bro III Mrs H H Cam
nltz U confined to her bed I
Russell county hits two cases of gen
uine smallpox
Marshall Mulllns a good citizen
of Kockcustlo died last week
The Shotwells wore Indicted ut Wll
llamsburg for tho Corbin murders
James Sparks exchanged bill valua
blo hotel property In London torn farm
on Hockcastlo River owned by E J
lUnhon Knight was sentenced at
Columbia to two years In tbo peniten
tiary for housebreaking This Is his
third trip
1third L V N compromised with G
Lcn Spaldingof Lebanon who was
hurt In the wreck at Calvary by pay
ing him 2000
Woodson Masters a prominent citi
zen of Baldwin Madison county died
from the effects of a stroke of paraly
sis aged 72 years
Near Manchester Jack Gilbert was
shot and killed and Julius Webb who
has a previous killing to his credit Is
accused of the crime
William Fields of Kayctte sold to
Wm Barrlck of New York yearling
colt by Wagner nod out of a tnaro by
Harry OKallon for 2COO
The case of Jim Dan Pope colored
charged with tho murder of John Bak
er hat beon continued until the next
term of ulrouit court Advocate
The case of C A Halnoy charged
with tho mallolous cutting and wound
given six month in jail at Danville
F B Crooke who attempted to end
his life with morphine at tho Sag Ho
ul in Cincinnati several weeks ago
Mod at homo In Richmond Friday or
JJ Carr bought the G W Cain
corner on l lIt side of Public Square
for 13000 The lot Is about 80 or 00
toot long and about 2ft feet wide Som
crest Republican
Oitunt of Albany Clinton couoy
wool to the home of Dave Neal and
gate him orders to leavo and Dover roo
turn and bp left lit onco for parts un
known Neal hud abused and whipped
his wife
P T Paxton u wellknown citizen
of flarrodsburg who served two terms
us county taller was found dead on the
roadside six miles from Harrodsburg
Tho coroners jury returned a verdict
of death from unknown causes
Thcro Is no sense In Montlcello and
Burnsldb going off to themselves to
pout just because Somerset has both
small pox and open saloons These
sort of luxuries are reserved for grown
peoplo and little folks must not cry for
everything they see Journal
W W Goddard died at Harrodsburg
of pneumonia in the S2d rear of bill
ago Uo was a loading farmer and dur
log role long life amassed good fortune
hoatdos making a reputation for hon
esty and fair dealing which made him
a power for good In his communally
The Mlddlcnboro Town and Lands
Company will it Is said make a sum
raqr resort out nf Mlddlesboro The
company will build pike roads to the
places of Interest ereota largo number
of Swiss cottages on Lake Thcrlmero
und will make the town an Ideal place
for pleasure seekers
Tbo city council of Lawronccburg
were dissatisfied with tbo last census of
the town as taken by government oUl
dais and recently InJured a now count
The enumerators report that 23io peo
pie live within the city limits while
the oniolals appointed by tho census
bureau uould only find 1HOO people An
offort will bo made to have tho last
count male ollloial
Joo Ellis an oil colored man from
Altutnoni got off the train at Barbour
villa with his throat cut almost from
carlo car the wound barely missing
the arteries in his neck and cutting his
windpipe In two After Dr Burnslde
dressed the wound Ellis said ho was
dalo In Bell county when n man wear
lag a mask und carrying n dark Ian
turn seized him und cut him His as
eullant then said ho was mistaken In
the man and helped him out of the tun
David Holraan und Mlrs Capltola
Slaughter of Crab Orchard obtained
license yesterday to marry Thursday
nounce the engagement of their daugh
tor Mary Coleman to John N Tumor 1
Jr of Canipballsvillo The marriage
will be celebrated by u quiet homo
xvcddlnc on February 27th with only
tho relatives and near frldnds present
J P Cox and l1il D era the hand
same daughter of Hon B B King of
Morcland will bo married at 10 oclock
this morning at her home by Eider B
J Pinkerton The participants urn
very popular young people who have u
boat of friends who wish them much
hiippluuss They will live at Morcland
Mlchaol Fanning n was fatally shot in
Now Orleans by his son who thought
him a burglar
t > < 0
Monday was county court day
Miss Ethel Dunn gave a candy pull
ing Friday night
IMr and Mrs J S Baugbmau arc
both convalescent from un attack of
tho grip thef
Mr and Mrs A M Klonalrd tho
bridal couple wedded on tho 8tb are
here visiting tho grooms relatives
This placo Is assuming city airs with
two new vehicles u handsome bus and
a fine carriage running to meet the
daily trains
The infant child of Mr and Mrs
Givens Terrill of Paint Lick died af
ter a short lilnco on lust Thursday
aged 21 months
Tbo Social und Industrial Club or
ganized last week holds Its next meet
log this afternoon at tho home Jf Mrs
Joe Faulcooer Jr
This town will follow the example of
her enterprising sister city Stanford
and bavo tbo streets properly named
und douses numbered
Cyrus Anderson sold six cattlo at 1o
to Broaddus of Buckeye Sweeney
Morgan shipped to Cincinnati Saturday
a car load of boats at from 4 to lie
Mrs Charles W Friable and little
daughter Gladys left Saturday to join
Mr Frlttbio lu St Louis whore bo has
secured a promising business position
Mrs Isaiah Delaney of Sugar Creek
died Thursday of measles after only u
short Illness Shin loft live children
the youngest an Infant seven months of
Mr and Mn > Cox residents of the
Falls Lick road vicinity nod tholr nine
children have all been down at the
same time with the prevailing epldom
le measles
An orchestra has recently been or
ganized In this city with 12 talented
musicians as membsrs four young la
dies und tbo remainder gentleman
Proprietor Long of tho Garrard Is di
Miss Eliza Ludk county superintend
ent la solicited not only by the public
school teachers but by a host of friends
to put her name before tho democratic
committee for renomlnallon ill Ise Leek
Is said to be unsurpassed in election
M D Hughes la a candidate for po
lice judge subject to any action that
may bo taken by the democratic com
mittee lIe U a staunch and Indefati
gable worker for the democratic party
end has reason to expect their consid
Dr Kennedy professor of the mag
netic healing treatment and only a re
cent resident of this placo wont to I
Nlcholasvlllo Sunday whcro ho was i
united In marriage to MUs Carmine
Davis They will take rooms at the
New Garrard I
Miss Salllo Smith a member of Mr
Samuel Spoonamoros family and a
Mr Button of tho same neighborhood
drove to town Thursday and were join
ed In the holy bonds of matrimony at
tbo Baptist parsonage Rev J H
Wooiford performing the ceremony
Thompson Saunders aged 43 year
died at his homo at Buckeye on Sunday
night Ho bad suffered for some days
excruciatingly of lockjaw and death
came to him da a great relief EIo was
a son pf James Saunders and leaves aI
VUo and several children Interment
hero Monday
Mtseor Battle Rochester and Mary
Bright of Stanford are guests of the
Misses Thompson Messrs Samuel
Miller of Carlisle Pa and John Shu
gars of Shlpponsburir Pa are visit
Ing W S Sbugars and family MlMes
Latlmcr of Nicholasvlllc arc with
friends In this vicinity
The railroad enthusiasts are much
encouraged over the liberal contrlbu
tlons that aro daily being subscribed
Tho citizens of Garrard are thoroughly
awakened to tbo Importance of secur
lpg tho Louisville Southern extension
and feel confident that within 18
months this county will enjoy thp ad
vantages of another railroad
Mr Jacob NewjnnQ a well known
farmer and Baptist preacher of the
Upper end of tho county died Friday
and the burial took place In tho ceme
tery here Saturday Several weeks
ago Mr Nowland punctured his finer
with a thorn and In a fow days the
whole hand was much Inllamed from
which blood poleonlng soon followed
Ho was about 70 years old and belong
ed to the Lincoln county relationship
of Ncwlands
The shooting of John Stalls of Joe
amine by Dlllnrd Llttroll of the
Buckeye section of this county and tho
surrender of Llttroll to Marshal D
Tumor and his subsequent removal
from this place to Nlaholasvllle by the
ahcrllT of Jessamine was the result so
says rumor of what was drat Intended
cs a jest Stotts was Indebted to Lit
troll to tho amount of GOc ho laugh
Inftly told his creditor hn did not in
tend to pay the debt Llttroll already
In an Irascible frame of mind from too
much whlaky became terribly Inflamed
with anger drew his pistol and fired
five times two shots taking effect ono
In the head and one In tho aide Stotts
U not Mid to bo In H dangerous condl
Lion and declares ho will kill Llttroll
03 eight fcr throuoh the prhon ban
A Breathltt county man was shot and
killed while reading a newspaper If
it Vas tbo Loulsvlllo Post or Dispatch
ho was reading ho who did the shoot
lag will bo acquitted by any Kentucky
jury Glasgow Times
Scientific Optician Is At The Ver
ranada Hotel
And Will Remain Until Saturday Feb 2nd Examination Free
Artificial Eyes a Specialty
I f S3 F ffi
tir Is Yet To Come r 1
i Prepare yomsclf for it by Purchasing an Over f
coat or a Suit at The Glober1heyrc going now
E13i 1nt Reduced Prices W
ii We arc closing out our line of Mackintoshes i
Mackintoshest t JJ
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llJl t
Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing I
lI l 1 E1t
ifYour money back If yonro not satisfied rj
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lifJ mILLER HIBSDH Danville jj
Successors to J L Frohman Co
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It Still Continues
Our Cost Price Sale of
Suits Overcoats
and Odd Paijts
Is lejust
just like swapping dollars Wo dislike to 110 hof course but we must and
the sooner the better na wo have not much time before our spring
clock arrives We me n biisiiuJS anti the prices wo aro
making will suit tho goods
It Costs Nothing to Look
And not much to buy Come and see and save money
Bucket Pump Mnd Wa
ter Purifier
It Is the simplest devicojfor rainiiiB water It is the easiest to adjust to any well
It is very durable It works easiest It will not freeze It has
none of the objections common lo pumps
New Goods New FmIa
And Every Day Is rtorjjain Day Where You Find
E eryt ing Perfectly Fresl
And you mac a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will
bo appreciated Giods delivered promptly Call aud SRO us
Phone 88 110 West Main Street

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