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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL f
< rJ > VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1901 9 A M NO 102 11
IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I
The wlro of G W Miller of Somcr I
tot li dead of grip
Robert Langford onoof Rookcaatlos
oldest citizen died last week
King Kcatoreoo found 100 In gold In
tbo hollow of a tree near Cumberland
GapTbo
The roeldoncu of Griff Scott candl
i djilo for sheriff of Jessamine was burn
ed Loll 12000
Walter Scott Itttlo ROD of Chief of
> PollcoO O Gilllsplo of Somerset
died last week of confluent variola
E B Gregg was appointed poitmas
ter at Valley Oak Pulailcl county and
N J Howard at Pass Boll county
Joo and Julia Duncan charged with
killing Surgonor and Marvin at Jail
co woro dismissed Selfdefonio wee
pleaWilliam
William Thompson was ibot and
killed near Loulea by Richard Vloion
I Jr They had boon In troublo before
Vlason li la custody
In toeing a maul at hit brother to
E catch ufo Bennlngton a 10 yearold
Marlon county boy broke a blood vcs
eel and died tbo following day
WG Cram of Wllllanmown hall
been elected to represent Centro JCol
lego in the Intorcolleulato oratorical
contest to bo bold In Lexington In
April
AprilT
T J Wyatt tho defeated candidate
r I for county judge In the rnccnt Knox
county republican primary will con
fen tbo nomination of James S Miller
hit tucccMful opponent
Judge R L Wllmoro brother af Col
W J Wllmoro dropped dead of appo
plexy at Nloholaivlllo Uo was 01 year
old and had been In the employ of the
1 Government for several care
Burglars blew open the safe of M T
Crawford at South Somerset and got
1250 Bloodhounds tracked them at
far ae the railroad by which they art
kuppo cd to have escaped on a Florida
trainJohn
John I King postmaster of Burgln
died Saturday night of pneumonia af
tor five days Illness Petition asking
0for the appointment of Mr King
daughter who was really the acting
j postmaster are In circulation
John Weaver charged with break
log Into tbo L N depot at Farrltton
I was convicted al London and sentenced
to the penitentiary for two years At
this term of the court Weaver was aUo
W
given a twoyear sentence for stealing
a bone
horseIn
In addition to John Weaver for house
breaking and horse stealing Judge
Tinsloy sentenced at London Marlou
Hall convicted of striking John Wai
fogle for lo years and Henry Wit
hoyt convicted of the killing of Pleas
am Vaughan for four year
Vho L A railroad extension from
Iant
Irvloo to Millers Creek Is about Com
plated and It Is said a Chicago syndl
sate will shortly begin the cottructlon
i of a narrow guagd road from the latter
point Into the rich mineral and timber
lands several miles further on
Circuit Judo Patterson at Lebanon
let aside the judgment In favor of tbo
Boyle National Bank of Danville
L
t against Dr Dewitt U Tucker and wife
for 120000 rthlch was rendered at a
a I former term of the Marlon nlrcuil
court and granted a now trial The de
fendants alleged fraud and usury
Four Bell county preacher want of
Ace They aro Revs John Green and
J L Childers Methodist preachers
c who arc candidates for county judge
and Revs John M Carroll and II G
Miracle Baptist preachers who wan
j to bo assessor and jailer respectively
I Preaching evidently doesnt pay up
In Dell
Sheriff J I1 Mannorlng of Bell
county waft arrested at Lexington for
releasing Frank Cowan a lunatic on
tho street aud jailed When Hupt
Redwlno informed him that ho could
take no more patients ho swore that ha
t t would waste no more money on Cowan
Thereupon ho turned him loose and
thereby got himself In serious trouble
I I hobbled Into Mr Blackiuons drug
r store one evening eays Wcsly Nelson of
Hamilton 0amI ho asktd me to try
Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism
with which suffered far 1 long time I
told him I had no faith In any medicine aa
they all failed HoBald Well If Chamber
Iains Ialn Balm docs not help you you
need not pay for it I took a bottle of It
homo and used It according to the direc
lions and In one week I WAS cured and
have not since been troubled with rheu
I matism Sold by Crag Hocker Drug
I
glateExcursion I
Excursion to Washington D C for
presidential Inaujturatlon ceremonies
via Queen l Crescent Route March 4
1001 Faro one way for round trip from
all stations on Q C Tickets on sale
March 1 2 and 3 good to return Until
March Oth Lower rates are made for
parties of 25 or moro of organized mill
tury companies or brass bands on one
ticket Write any Q C ticket agent
r who will give you further information
If desired or address W U Rlnearson
G P A Cincinnati O
s I
A lame shoulder IB usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and may be
cured by a few applications of Chamber
Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig
llocker Druggists
I 41ftlIocker
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LANCASTER I
Cora Is selling In some localities at
12 23 per barrel
Ono of the ministerial staff Is a vic
tim of the pink eye
Communion services wero observed
Sunday morning at the Methodist
church
Mrs Banks Hudson entertained tho
Young Married Folks Club at their
lat meeting
Thu Social and Industrial Circle will
convene this afternoon with Mrs Sam
uol Uasolden
Tho Crokinolc Club will bold lie
next mooting with Mrs J W Sweeney
on Lexington Avenue
The Sock Social given Friday
night by tbo Baptists at the parsonage
netted the neat sum of 820
Mr Mort Scott daughter of the
later Johu Will Poor has boon danger
ously til at the homo of a relative near
BryantsvllloRev
Rev II E Water of Illinois and
of the Theological Seminary Danville
preached at the Presbyterian church
Sunday morning
The collection for foreign minion
will be solicited next Sunday March 1
at the Christian church tlOO Is tho ap
portionment expected from the Lan
caster congregation
Dr G W Young the noted temper
ance lecturer and Hold agent of the in
terdenominational temperance work of
tbo Slate addressed a largo union
meeting at tho Methodist church Sun
day night
Mr and Mrs A M Klnnalrd alien
several weeks visit left for Middles
bore and Cumberland Gap Mrs Don
ald McDonald of Danvlllo has been
with her parents Mr and Mrs W II
KlnnalrdThe
The Baptists at Paint Licit this
county have bought them a lot near
the church and will at once commence
tbo erection of a parsonage Their
preacher Rqv Shepherd of Louisville
will become a resident pastor
Mr John Simpson of the Marksbury
locality struck his foot while culllnjj
wood and made a painful and serious
wound He Is another ono 01 Iho many
who have had considerable suffering
and danger to follow seemingly slight
cuts and bruises
Miss Nannie Slier daughter of Mr
and Mrs Slier died at her home
In this city Friday ol 2 1 M and the in
torment took place Saturday afternoon
at Prcacbersvlllu She was 17 years
of age and u severe case of measles
combined with a heavy cold brought
about her demise
Mrs II N Faulconcr of Hlllsboro
0 Is visiting her parents Mr and
Mrs W D Mason James Rico Drown
of Chicago and Mrs J A Royston of
this placo have gooo to Mlddlosboro to
vim Mrs 0 Park Miss Lena Bright
baa been qulto 111 for a week Mr and
MM George Evans have been victims
of the prevailing disease grip Miss
Laura Smith It lmprovlng after a re
lapse
A banking firm was organized Satur
day at Paint Lick with Ernest Woods
as president and Mr Fish Sr of Mad
lean vico president They have chosen
a board of directors and have a capital
of 18000 A lot has boon bought and
a bank building 20x40 will bo erected
at once The organizer Is a Mr Smith
of Madlsonvlllo who took stock to tho
fullest amount allowed 82600 and ban
lately established eight banks
A republican rally was beld Friday
at Buckeyes the batnor republican pre
duct of the county at which several
oxStalo olllclals were present Gov
W O Bradley was the cblof orator of
the occasion and Indulged In more
than his usual amount of oratory The
nomination of u magistrate for thai
district at Ibo resignation of Squlro R
A Noel was the object of the meeting
Nothing definite In regard to their can
dldato has been made publlj
The recent marriage of Miss Fannie
Sprats daughter of Henry Spratt and
Richard Brown was the leading social
event of the Palnl Lick section The
bride was attired ID wblto organdie and
the contracting couple stood under an
evergreen arch the ceremony being
pronounced by Rev Shepherd of Lou
Isvlllo Charles Spratt and Miss Jen
ole Klnnalrd acted as attendant and
maid of honor Miss Eliza Lusk or
ganist G Overman cornetlst Ed
Hurst and Finley Davis ushers A
very bountiful bridal supper was spread
and fully 75 guests did full justice to
the tempting viands
Mrs Nation herself In a letter in
last Thursdays Courier Journal la the
latest authority for the fact that she le
a native of Garrard Lincoln Doyle
Garrard Clay and Woodford have all
been reported as her native counties
but the matter la now settled beyond
dispute She was born at the old G
Bright placo on the frying pan bend
of Dix River and lived there till she
was six years old Her father George
Moore and mother a Mrs Caldwell
widower and widow at the tlmo of mar
riage then moved near Danville whero
they remained for a year or two Ono
summer was spent at Huatonvlllo where
0
I her father owned a saw mill and store
Mr MOore then moved his family to
I Woodford and bought a large farm ad
joining the Alexanders They remain
ed In that section till Mrs Nation was
a goodsized girl and this closes the
Kentucky portion of bar history Her
fathers first wife was a Miss Boner of
the Uryanisvlllc vicinity and of the
four children of this marriage two
wore taken by Mr Moore and the two
younger remained with tjlelr mothers
family In Garrard one of wham Is still
living T S Moore of this county
Several Garrard families are mentioned
In Mrs Nations letter tho Burdettcs
Boners tbo late Jones Adams and oth
ers Her mother was a M las Campbell
of Mercer and Ibo Campbells of the
lower end oftbo county belong to this
same relationship
LAND STOCK CROPS ETC
J H Thompson sold to S Morgan a
bunch of bogs at 41e
W M Uyslngcr sold a mule at Lan
caster yesterday for 85
Mixed baled hay for sale J H
Thompson Preacher vllle
Dan Holmao sold to James I Hamil
ton a combined horse at ISO
Dr J B Owsloy bought of M F
Craig a pair of mules for 8180
During the four days sale of Wood
ard k Sbnoklln IJ33 horses wore dispos
ed of for 80333
The Ellzabotbtown News says that
the wheat prospect In Hardin Is the
poorest In years
Conrad Hlatt laid five steers at 120
and three cows at 825 to 827 CO at Lanj
caster yesterday
Squlro Myers bought of C A Robin
son ui Lancaster yesterday 10 Berk
shire Ibollt8 at lie
J W Scott living near Wllmorc
HIM sold his farm of 73 acres to Chas
Roister for 83175 cash
Last year crop of cotton In Texas was
of the value of 8100000000 or 850000
000 moro than Iowa corn crop was
worth
D M Anderson has 01 ewes that
have bad 102 lambs 02 of which are
living He has two ewes with three
living lambs each
Tho pair of carriage horecspurcbascd
by Govenor Bcckbam from J B
Bowles of Bardstown last week have
been named Nelson and Davies
Lutes Co told to D C Allen a load
of hogs at 4c bought of J J Allen 10
extra good 050pound yearling cattle at
827 and of Isaac Hubbard 40 shoats 100
pounds average at 4o
At the sale of the effects of J M Tu
dor Saturday huge sold at 6tc mules
8C7 to 880 twoyearold steers 825year
ling holfors814 fat cows 942 horses
lao to 870 corn in the crib 82
The lifo of a mule In Africa Is of but
six weeks duration and England ts
sinking millions of money In their pur
chase In Africa they are worth 8300
per head An agent of Great Britain II
now purchasing 50000 head of horses
and mules In Kansas and the fresh out
break of hostilities will doubtless make
an Increased demand It would there
fore seem tho part of wisdom amoung
our farmer friends to have these mar
ketable goods ready for the market
ExLANCABTEK
LANCABTEK COURT Thoro were
about 200 cattle on tho Lancaster mar
ket yesterday over half of them chang
ing hands The beet prlco was for a
bunch of 700pound steer which
brought 41c Price Bros bought 35
twoyearold steers at 82760 A J
Thompson sold 10 twoyearold steers
at 410 and 10 yearlings at 81050 Butch
er stuff was quiet at 2 to 3o A large
number of mules sold at 850 to 8120
James I Hamilton bought 10 horses at
820 to 880
To The Voters Of Lincoln Coun
ty
I have been sl ii several days and
during the time my friends as I call
them In this writing but really my
enemies If I could got thorn to confess
it have been trying to get me out of
some ones way Ono of my oppo
nents told over the county that be bad
agreed to leave his and my race to two
of my cousins which I say Is a black
falsehood Not satisfied with thai ho
went to Mr Glvene sale and told the
crowd I was off the track It being a
Uo I want this published
publishedJ
J H RAINES
DANGER OF COLDS AND LaGIUPPE
The greatest danger from colds and la
grippe Is their resulting In pneumonia If
resonnblo care Is used however and
chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all
danger will be avoided Among the lens
of thousands who havo used this remedy
for there diseases we havoyet to learn of
a single caso having resulted in pneumo
nia which shows conclusively that it Is
certain preventive of that dangerous
malady It will cure a cold or attack of la
grippe In less time than any other treat
ment It Is pleasant and safe to take For
sale by Craig Hocker Druggists
Prof A G Murphy president of Lo
Iran Female College at Rusaellvllle Is
dead
MATRIMONIAL
It Is estimated that only one couple
In 11600 live to celebrate their dia
mond wedding
Miss Mary Winter and Francis
Schaub of Baltimore were married in
an automobile going at 16 ratios an
hourT
T F Dunne of Brooklyn has
brought suit for divorce because his
wife persists In letting the pug dog
Bleep with them
H D Paynter claim agent of the
Cumberland Valley Branch of the L
N and Miss Mary Crooks of
Salonce Hill will be married March
12thJohn
I John A Dlsbon a widower of 20
I celebrated Wathlngtons birthday by
I taking pretty Miss Mattle Kldd aged
17 to wire The ceremony was said at
James Cummins
While attending tbo burial of his
wife aged 75 Leo Harrell 78 con
tracted pneumonia and died next day
The grave was widened and Ibo re
mains of Mr Harrell wore burled by
tbo side of those of his wife
Mr and Mrs EUsba Brown of near
Haler town Ind were married 71
years ago Wednesday Brown Is 03 and
his wife is two years younger Brown
ts still In full possession of all his fac
ulties and his wife Is halo and hearty
Miss Myram Brooke Collins aged 20
has sued Col John F Tobias million
aire 75 years old and almost dying
from nervous paralysis a widower of 18
months of Philadelphia for 850000
for wounding her feelings her spirit
and social standing in falling to keep
his promise to marry her
DEDOE The following from the
Washington Mlrrlor Is a remarkably
exact pen plcturo of Kentuckys nlaflt
SenatorPossesses
Possesses less ability than any man
in the Senate of the United States Ha
practically no knowledge of public af
fairs Was elected more by mere ace
dent than otherwise Has few friends
amoung public men but no companions
lIe was unknown excep In his immeid
ate neighborhood until a Republican
Legislature In a Democrat Stato elec
ted him to tbo Senate Durlug his four
years of service be baa done nothing
If be wero to servo another four years
or 10 times four tho result would bo
the lamo He seems to understand his
mental limitation and does not pre
sumo to be other than what he really is
Few people know him and thoso who
do not bavo no Interest In forming his
acquaintance At the expiration of his
term he will retire to private life and
no moro will bo beard of him This will
bo ai It should beLow
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Low Rates to Washington and New
York On account of tho inauguration
the Chesapeake Ohio will sell round
trip tickets to Washington and Balti
more at one fare for the round trip
March let 2nd and 3rd good returning
until March 8th The round trip from
Lexington will bo814 65 A rate of ono
cent per mllo will bo made for military
organizations traveling In a body and
in proper numbers This affords an
opportunity to make a cheap trip to
New York as the round trip from
Washington to Now York is only 810
The C l O has two fast trains each
way dally and the only line wltb thro
sleepers Persona contemplating the
trip are requested to send tbelc names
at once for sleeper reservations Geo
W Barney dlv pass agt Lexington
The merchant who becomes horrified
at a seemingly extra largo advertising
hill would have a fit if be was present
ed with a bill like any of the following
IIA pago ad In one issue of tho Century
magazine coats 8590 In Harpers the
charge is 3400 and in other magazines
from 800 to 8350 A yearly advertisement
In one column of the Chicago Tribune
costs 28500 for tho lowest and 886000
for the highest rate In the Now York
World It la 846000 for the lowest and
and 59000 for the highest priced col
umn Advertisers who pay out money
for publicity to tbo extent shown by
the foregoing figures must find that it
pays
paysThe I I
The latest census bulletin gives the
population of Virginia as 1854184 an
Increase in the last decade of 12 per
cent Tho population of Richmond le
85050 an Increase of 45 per cent and
that of Norfolk 40024 with Increase of
337 percent
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Miss Via Lowis a young society wo
man of Findlay 0 died as the result
ot an operation for tonsllitls The Bur
goons Instrument slipped severing an
artery and before the surgeon knew
the result of his error she was In a d
In condition
What most people waut is something
mild and gentle when in need of a phys
Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect For
sale by Craig < Rocker Druggists
Fredorlco Mora who served a term
fn Singling prison for counterfeiting
was captured while leading an army of
Invasion against Costa Rica
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A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for tho Newest Things
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CONTRACTOR BUILDER
STANFORD KENTUC2Y
I make close estimates on work and
guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work
manship and material as will be attest
ed by any one of the many parties for
whom I have builded duringthe 15 years
yearsthat
I carry a full stock of Doors Sash
Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed
Lumber Lath Shingles Etc
I will duplicate anyprices offered
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It ia tho simplest devicojfor raising water It Is the easiest to adjust to any well
It is very durable It works easiest It will not freeze It has
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