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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL xxvn STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 1900 9 A MNO101 CRAB ORCHARD The ladles of tho 0 W D M con template a ladles exchange In the noar future Rev x Whcatlay of Danville willI preach at the Baptist church Sunday next Eld J G Livingston had a good hearing Sunday morning and night Mr Sam Holman continues very co blo Mr Dan dolmans condition Is nomowuat Improved Mrs Sarah Urooks Is still or the sick list Mrs J JID rooks Is suffering with grip t Too Valentino were firadrived and many valentines principally eacomicolder tiwereMr Kllburn Stewart ono of our boa t young men lias gone to Oafooy to ac copt position In the coal mines of that vicinity Ho is much missed be e was over ready to favor tho needy i and oblige his neighbors nod friends whenever an opportunity occurred Tbo sick especially will tutu him Tbo llttlb folks of our town bad a very pleasant gathering at tbo Cover Hotel In honor of Miss Ada Carter of Rowland MUs Arathusa Cloyd we called to tho bedside of her father who Is sick at Rowland Tho effect of tho lato Robert Fish the colored barber were sold at auction Wednesday an brought fair prices Mr Smoot of Owlngsvlllc a guts at Crab Orchard Springs met with qulto a serious misfortune Sunday t night flo was sitting In a largo armchairs wrapped In a heavy comforts near the tire earl while asleep the com Sorter caught fire In some mysterious way and before ho could extricate him self ho was seriously burned about hands and foot Ho will be confined his room for some time with his burns Tho makers of maple sugar arc bring log a quantity of extra nice sugar to town tint are solllnir It at a reasonable price Ie cents per pound Our mer chants all seem to bo doing fairly wel and a number of avenues to prosperity aro opening up and wo trust with a our various industries Crab Orchard will yet rise above the wrecks of the mournful past and every cliUen will rightly uso their Influence toward a general Improvement as spring ap proaches The remains of Mrs L J Slaughter reached hero Saturday afternoon accompanied by Mr J I McKlnnoy of Montgomery Ala and Mr J Slaugh tor of Floroaton Ala They were met at the train by a number of friends and too body was convoyed Immediate ly to the cemetery whore after a few t appropriate remarks by Dr Doorcs tho Interment took place Mrs Slaugh tar had gone to spend the winter will her daughter Mrs McKInnoy In her genial Southern home but the angel of death over hovering near soon claim cd her and the remains woro broug back to her old Kentucky homo an laid to rest to await tho resurrection morn Mr J I McKInnoy returned the same afternoon to Alabama and Mr Slaughter loft the following day for his homo HIDDLEBURB Cholera Is playing tiavoo with hogs in some parts of this vicinity Mensrs J Ve Coffov und W T Cou- lter have bought qnllo a lot of holts within the past tow days at from 3 to 3c Mr Leslie Carmon fell from his door last Monday from an attack of vertigo which knocked him senseless for a short time but soon recovered Rev George Groan pastor of tb Baptist cburuh at this placo receive a message last Thursday stating that his mother was dying whoa hq Imme diately went to CovIngton whore sho bad lived for tho past several years Mrs W J God by has bean quite sick far some tlmo but Is Improving rapidly thepulpitt at Undo Brice Edwardshas been epon ing several days with relatives and friends at this place Mr Silas Wes loy of Uotholrldgo will opon up a now stock of general merchandise at this place within the next tow days Mr Pies Goodln of Loutavlllo Is In our village this week on business Mlse Lena and Nora Lncaa of Texas gran M1daughters of Col H H MoAnlnoh place wero to have arrived here on Wednesday night on a visit to rcl ntlves and mends Matt the four year old son of U d MoWhortcr of this plapa la vury sick of grip G It J GLORIOUS HEWS Come from Dr D JJ ol WaihlU I TIlie wiltn Your bonleeof IClectrlc llltton hire cured In Br erof KrofuU which bad csuwd berureatiuirerlng for yean Terrible IOnS would trek out ou her and tare and the brat doc ton could no help but her cure Is complete and her health excellent ThU show whit thouund hire provedthl Kltctrle Dttteri U the beat Mood purlHtr It the tupreiut An eczema tatters Mlt n bolU ind running 1018 It ithnulate ijver kldoejra and bowel ipeli polwn belx dlgotlon bulldi upthettrengtb Only cent Sold by Penny In welt defense near Youngstown 01 Mrs Aldrlch shot and killed her drun 9en eon i IN THE PHILIPPINES TI1I5 llST AUIUVKS AKTEIt A SEVEN VBKK81 VOVAOB MANILA P I Jan 7Midst the strains of martial music and tho cheers and screams of tbo cheering hun drcdn too transport Logan bearing tho 41st Infantry Infantry steamed into Manila bay Thursday evening at exact If 710 thus ending a long and tiresome voynjro of seven weeks Wo lay at anchor tsar tn the bay until Saturday morning when wo were loaded on light ura and planted onco more on terra ma We are quartered at Nlpa bar racks Malate Manila In tho North stern part of Uioclty where we liroI supposed to bo randy In 30 minutes none to answer the call to arms Wo may bo hero a day two days or possibly n week or longer or then wo might bo ordered to file firing line loan hour orIso Each soldier was Issued 112 rounds of ammunition before wo left the trans port frlurearo now quartered Is a paradise by the side of our quarters on the transport or oven to our old camp In tar away Penn State crsproIbarracks ovory partla made of tbl thd Wo otIn such comfortable quarters but euo Is war and a soldier dont know rho hour or mlnuto ho will be ordered ou ttitto tbo scsno of action relies away car vying besides bis arms clothing bed ding Had other paraphernalia thrco days rations Each soldier now draws hbrstloaswenrollvlogexelaslnelgoto coIToo It scorns that each bean and libra are counted Our rations aro leant but we are now In tho enemys land where hardships are to bo endured nod such grumbleltho to thoughts of what I will ploy havoc 1with when thU cruel war Is over Wo aro all broke bolas last paid In Camp Mcade three weeks before our departure for Manila- I have ItIsaac ablo to meet up colt any one I know yet as most all tho regiments aro In the firing line Tho South lino Is within seven relics of Ma nila while tbo war In tho North lias almost closed What little fighting Is going on in the Northern part of Ltlxo Is aboutGO miles distant from this city Mrs Agulnaldo Agglos helpmate s In tho city a prisoner of war she bay log surrendered together with a numI ber of Afrulnaldos staff ofllcers in tho Darthfoxy and being acquainted with ovcry path nod den of tbo mountains will doubtless keen thorn hunting for somo thadtaken as n prisoner as tbo caso may bo will virtually end the war Our boys seem to havo things their own way on too South lino Brilliant successes are attending our men 01I Pnnay and Hollo Tho bravo Lt Gilmore and band who wcro hold us trioeoners eo long by tho Insurgents haveI at last been found and taken from thmseamy It seems to boonly a matter time when tho Insurrection will como to a close and the Insurgents forced to yield to the military of the United States Then on tho other hand thlIwar may not bo ended for years It Is haul guessing and very few know how to take too Filipino The Filipino cit cooldand handshaking Wo aro quartered near several hundred Spanish soldiers who are Filipino prisoners 1 heard they had J8 months pay coming t them A transport loaded with Span ish prisoners loft hero Friday for Spain and In a fow days thoso rowtbo tom garrldwill bo en route to their far awpy Span lah homes anti friends Tho set day of April 1608 marked I tho beginning of a now era In tho hisI tory of tho United States On that d tho war with Spain was begun which boond t fto United States of America and Its possessions Of courso wo rotor to Cuba Porto Rico tho Phtllpplan Arch ipolago and a few other lesser 1113ndsJ Beforo Downy bred tho soot hoard round too world the Philippines woro known to the Amcrlcanpooplo morel as a group of islands far away In tb Pacific now ciao out of ton think o them aa American territory Perhaps not many know that Luzon tho largest Is as largo as the Stato of Kentucky and tho total area of tbo group about 1200 Islands la 110000 square miles or about flvo florae that of Now York State Hardly loss surprising is the tact that tbo Philippines comprise ono ankd cabinet woods such as ebony raahog any logwood lignum vitae etc Hari Due spices colTco tobacco corn settee wheat and other staples grow In great abundance requiring little cultivation oranges lemons bananas plan apples fru tropicalitsoral im 25menseIron zinc and sulphurreTbo aro Inn primitive condition and modern m Is all but m thostThis Is made from a plant belonging to a the banana family which Is so product thai fouryearold plants yield a ton per aero and tour or fits crops a year oin bo gathered This hump sells readily In Manila tit three cents a yeast Tbo cocoanut industry Is one which Immense prollts aro realized 1250 per aero not being unusual for a years rococo part of tho tree Is utilized oil and wino halos mado om tho fibre of the leaves and door buTheNboastocodiles In tho lakes and rivers boa constrictors and venomous snakes aro plentiful In tho forests birds of sacs limbemonkeys chatter In tho trco tnpauado tout are flowers of rarest hues whllo Is thb beautiful follagn whoso rich prodigality Is U bo seen only In 4the fltfrom 8000000 to 10000000 tnogN Malay and Chinese The total of whit and halfbreed population Is not alwv 80000 The climate of the reloads Is c cylonesquakes aro frequent and severe Tho fleas Is terrific and aktlmcs almost un bcarbblo out In tho sun but neverthe less ono can keep comfortable In tho ehacli Thu nights aro pleasant There dryThIsspout Ilko It dues in tho States but when the rainy season sets In which about the latter part of Juno the wore falls In torrents dally The ralry snason Is very unhealthy malaria Is almost epidemic PhllIpplnell000 of which only a small per ceo bre whites The Chinese population the city numbers In tho thousands T4 city besides bolos on Manila Day Is sit uated on both sides cf tho Paslg river Which empties into the bay A coal cityThillCitya my letter to a close for fear of the overready waste basket the abiding of the manuscript o so many writers Ere this reaches tbo eyes of the reader the 4Ist will be storming the trenches of and sending consternation in tho ranks of tbo ene hmy CIAKENCE COL rAN Co 41st lot U S V Manila PITO TilE IRMOORATa OF LINCOLN CO To a nun at tide distance wlio linn wntcli thousRI been worked by n confidonce moo and had been buncoed The proof II tliltt Somo are or six yean ago ono of your republican political blow guns began a howlof Hot tunne In rnktortturn out tho rascal Int us examine the books refornr cu expense and you took tbo bait ant htmi and his couno since has pray my point It looks to me that he U ore to blame for Oov nocbol death than your 1IIo law Taylor Think of how ho organised his militia thaw ho was always ready to call out his troops DOlt ringing bis alarm two and calling iris militia to over awe a previous LcgUlature again calling them out at your lato election In LouUvllle lie has always kept In close touch with his little tin soldiers as If ho were afraid you would find out that lie had putoT a gold brick on you and might ratio a rum pus over It Ho stays In roach of the moun talneOJIIA and mllltlai was with Taylor had vising him when Qoebol wkrnlotl still ttays with him now trying to get you lat anxlctoY to get Into tho U S Senate looks like tbo evidence II conclusive I know that ho has been very friendly the editor of the INTEIUOU JOUIINAI and you have repaid him If Taylor la indicted Dradloy U also par tlcpps crlmlnls and Is the Power behind tbo Throne as Taylor ls a ahallowpatcd tool think we bavo as many Kentucklaos and their descendants In Missouri as you have noYevery man of us n gold brick apiece and a gold watch In addition One of your troubles that you aro too many politicians colt yley too many theories and wont to prove them by voting contrary You hero town to v the wind und aro reaping a whirlwind of ell Dilly 0 Is like Joey II In Dick enl Dombey and Son Sly sir devllleg sly ehYut chaucoloryoulent Ore C4sS Co Missouri 1 S It you dont wish to publish this please turu It avail Uncle Duvo Vande of veer and oak him to hand It to xnr br-otherJooJ OilcA THE APPETITE OF A GOAT Learledbyillpoor djriraitlcs whu Stomtch and Ur ore out of order All such should know wondedulIlomachIIU touod dlgntlon and a regular haply 6e Ittlui Iniurn perfect health Iud great encrg Unl c it l iinyU drug store C LANCASTER Miss Georgia Lewis is the guest of Mrs A H Bastln Mr Jesse U Arnold will open aci gar stood in tbo olllco of the Garrard HotelMr Forest Stapp reports that ho has owes that have produced fio lambs season Mr J A Robinson also ports a good yield and a favorable season The I O 0 F lodge hero U ono of e strongest In tStato They own handsome hall and have just purchas ed a degree outfltab a cost of 8SU Squlro Sam Johnson sold his farm of 380 acres near Dryuntsvllle at S50 R Moto Robinson gets 105 acres Nixon Perkins 125 and Dennis Foley 00 acres Mr 7J J Romans Is in Cincinnati attending tho Carriage Dealers Asso ciation W L Lavvson Is constantly shipping stock to tho Cincinnati market Mrs Mattlo Curd Gibson and Mr Clifford Weisner both of Williams rg were married at the homo of tho ides brothor 1n law Mr Barry In ewport at 7 P M Tuesday Rev flat officiating Democrats are delighted with Judgo TaWs decision bolas glad to learn that the republicans can not wipe out chatrcourts which la all wo claimed I am glad to tfoto that Col Jack Chlnn favors my law to make it a 010 adsoyamo next meeting of tho Kentucky Tele phone Association of which he Is sec rotary and A II Bastln president will meet at Lexington Winchester or Lancaster Our citizens should invite them hero Squire W T Phorigo promises to give mo a statement proving that half a million of dollars of property is not listed In this county including property in many different forms Jus tice to other taxpayers demands that tho matter be Investigated Too Williams Comedy Company is goodcrowdfltotheopersboueeu people aro pleased with the perform dace which aro really splendid They 1will give a matinee on Saturday at 2 P M admission 10 cents for children and 15 cccts for adults any where In the bouse AirfLowell of pneumonia In the 07th year of his age The remains were burled In Lancaster cemetery Thursday at 11 A H funeral services halos conducted by Eld Jesso Waldon at the rave Deceased was a member of tho Chris flan church a worthy citizen a kind lather and husband and ho tint a host of friends In Lincoln and Garrad coon tree May 24 and 25 have been selected to bold the encampment of the G A R for the department of Kentucky In this city On Wednesday night the toydseph H Drowning dept com Capt M Mlnton jr vice Commanderinchief of Nat dept John Blns9 usst Q M genJ aud Ashley Apperly Inspector general dept Ky Capt Herndon and tohdr members of the local post with leading citizens joined in making the evening pleasant and in perfecting ar rangements to make tho coming event ono or genuine enjoyment for the vet orans Tho gates of too city will be thrown open a largo crowd Is expected and a plsntc will bo given at Camp Dick Robinson a familiar spot to many of thorn Chief of Police James Pierce served 15 warrants on Hunley Singleton charging him with the Illicit solo of beforetoof the validity of the city ordinance under which the warrants were Issued being raised by Messrs R H Tomlln son and L L Walker attorneys for too defendant a petition was flied ask log for a writ of prohibition which Wdant wrote a joint letter to Judgo Saut asking him to name a tlmo and place for hearing the case It will beery Interesting aa it Involves the ques Non of tho right of tbo city council to pass an ordinance In conflict with a eneral State law without tho power having beon given by the charter The validity and operation of the local op too law ls also involved If the reader of this should chance to know of say one who is subject to attacks bilious colic ho can db him no greeter favor than to tell htm of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It always gives prompt relief For sale by Orals k locker rAt Charleston W Va a grocer died a wound Inflicted by his son as he result of a family quarrel over a omic valentino The Courts Decision Cuts no Ice with i TIlIm GLOBIm I It will go right along closing out a big stock of lens and Boys r CLOTHINGOvercoats Line THE GLOBE Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFOBD KENTUCKY 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 yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo o 0 McIOJ3EJTSfrp g o DRUGGIST STANFORD o 00Ooo0Special Attention Given to the Compounding of PresclpHons Scientifically o and with Caroog Terms Cash Telephone No 27 o Telephoneo o nnwas annwoaaV VVS YYS J v v 1f R = = == == s g ItJJ m m IlICline Not an Overcoat will E j- s1 be carried over if I am offer jed near the cost of them Look at our window at the J remnant Shoes and Under wear Sizes and prices on every f item Cash No Tickets H J MROBERTS PENNYS Dip STORE Drugs Books r Stationery Paints t t t And Oilsfl d v Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky I 3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FED 16 1900 c w P WALTON JUDGE TAFT of tae Federal court at j Cincinnati decided that It had no jurisdiction In the Kentucky cascgwhlch was all well and good but ho could not keep from showing his republican bias and partisanship and went out of bis way to characterize the Goebolelectlon law as the most Infamous statute that had overcome before the attention of a court and also denounced In very vig conditions that have orous terms the existed In Kentucky as are cited In the bill of facts All this was outside and done to comfortof the question t Bradley and his allies who had been shown to have no standing In court Knocked out of all hope to get Federal aid Taylor then recognized that wo had courts In Kentucky and filed a suit before the circuit court in Louisville asking for an Injunfttlon against Gov Bcckham and Adjutant General Cas tleman for attempting to exercise the duties of thel offices Ho claims that he was honestly elected governor and has his certificate from the election commltslon and his right to tho office must not be disputed His attorneys arc Helm Bruce Brccklnrldge fc Shelby W H Yost W 0 Bradley and A E Wilson This suit Is also an attempt to forestall the injunction suit against him and Marshall which was filed the same day before Judge Can trill at Frankfort praying that they bo restrained from usurping tho offices they claim and enjoining them from unlawfully and wrongfully surrounding the capitol building with soldiers and excluding tho Legislature and the courts Gov Beokharas attorneys are WS Prpor Aaron Kohn James Andrew Scott Louis McQuown and John K Hendrlck It wont tako long for Judge Cantrill and Judge Barker to de cide In favor of Gov Beckham slnco z the only court having jurisdiction tithe Legislature has decided that Goo bel and Deck bam were elected govern or and lieutenant governor Tho po litical conbine assassinated Gocbel with the hope of changing the result but he was sworn In and now all hell and the republican party can not pre vail against Beckham succeeding him Tin Laurel county democrats are made of the genuine stuff and aro not afraid to give utterance to their con vlctlons They met at London Monday and passed resolutions deploring the death of the gifted Goebel and denouncing In unmeasured terms his as sassination by republican conspirators and the many acts of usurpation by Taylor adding that We stand abashed at those of our fellowtownsmen who participated In the disgraceful proceed ings at Frankfqrt All tho legislation which Gov Goebol was Instrumental in 1 securing was endorsed especially the election law which they neither wish repealed or amended Thats the way to talk and act Let the Gocbel law remain as It is for the present at least or until a better can be devised TAYLOR Is nearing the end of his rope It woqt be long now till he is ejected from the office he Is in no wise fitted for and which he has disgraced beyond measurer If be gets his just dues be will also soon be at the end of a ropa with nothing to stand on but air His every act since his Induction to the office has been a disregard of decency t a detlance of the law an inducement crime and an incentive to anarchy No one believes that ho had the courage even to shoot Gov Goebol In the back but that he knows who did and that he was in tho conspiracy of assassination if not its chief promoter no sane man can doubt k JUDGE YOST the most contemptible i of the contemptible set who have gone back on democracy for revenue only says if Taylor Is thrown down by the t State courts ho will tako the case to r tho supremo court of the United States on a writ of error He is evidently whistling to keep the courage of his J man Taylor from oozing entirely out of the ends of his fingers and to add an other hope oven if it be a forlorn one for the republicans WHEW but the rads are mad with Judge Taft I They say he acted solelya- s as the mouthpiece of McKinley who told him what to do and they are giving thoprcsldcnt hall Columbia One rabid republican who is a leading man in his e section says that he and his friends will not support McKinley again and he is for Roosevelt and Bradley forI president and vice president MRS CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT of New York was elected president of tho National Womans Suffrage Asso elation succeeding Susan B Anthony Tho now president has rather a pecu liar patronymic but if she is like her feline namesake she can always be depended on to come back even If she doesnt at first succeed THE Louisville Commercial says that Taylor has been suggested for vice president Yo Gods and little fishes I No wonder the woodcock Is speechless t TAYLOR Is getting bravosand bold Wednesday ho ventured from the ex ecutive otUco to the executive mansion without an an escort of bayonets but he had two friends behind and two before and ono on each side Ho ought to know and If he docs not these aro to Inform hlmthat no dem ocrat woul hurt a hair or a hide of him All they want is that the law shall take Its course satisfied that If ho gets justice his neck will pay the forfeit NO paper In the State or country hai done more for tho cause of democracy and for law and order In the present unfortunate condition of affairs than the Courier Journal It has given tho news without color and has been tho only reliable source of Information while Mr Wattersons strong and forceful editorials on the situation havo made for him thousands of now friends and given him a stronger hold on his old ones TAYLOR and Collier did not deign to notice tho injunction proceedings against them for Interfering in any manner with tbo meetings of the Leg islature and Judge Cantrlll mado the injunction perpetual As there was no one to appeal from tho decision it stands as the law without further adjudication from a higher court TilE decisionJudge t is the same as saying to tho State election board You can go ahead and turn tho last ono of tho rascals out of the minor offices without let or hindrance from tho Federal courts THE SITUATI9NAT LOUISVILLE Tho official statement is Issued tithe court of appeals will resume Its sittings at Frankfort Monday The House resolution inviting preachers who didnt defame Goebel to open the session with prayer was adopted by a vote of 45 to 8 The State board of contest met In Frankfort yesterday to her the minor can test8 wbenan agreement of tho attorneys as to evidence was signed Judge Taft held that public office in Kentucky Is not property but a trust where compensation Is only for services rendered It is not even a contract Messrs J C S Blackburn W S Pryor James B McCreary Urey Woodson and Ben Johnson each subscribed 8100 to the Goebel monument fundG Allison Holland offered a bill In the House which provides that Jan 4 of each year shall be made a legal hol- Iday In memory of the birth of Gov GoebelThe House adopted tho Senate resolution calling on Taylor to remove his armed men from Frankfort declaring him a usurper and recognizing J C W Beckham as governor of the State A resolultlon was adopted in tho Louse thanking all the judges except Toney for tho manner in which they had helped to taro for the members and see that proper protection was guaranteed them The Legislature continues to meet in Louisville with a quorum and transacts business and will until Taylor withdraws his janizaries The rumpers at Frankfort meet and adjourn having no quorum to do anything John Marshall republican claimant to the lieutenant governorship has Ill ed suit at Louisville to enjoin GOT Beckham and L H Carter president pro tern of tbo Senate with Interfering with his alleged official rights The Legislature at Louisville ap pointed a special committee to investi gate and report upon tho advisability of adjourning to Frankfort It being the consensus of opinion that the body should remain in Louisvlllo till the last soldier is sent from the capital William Goebel died young but ho lived long enough even after he was shot to fulfill a destiny that his arias slns sought to cut off Ho was sworn In as governor on his death bed and saved tho State of Kentucky from chaos and calamity Cincinnati Enquirer The Legislative committee found numerous evidences of vandalism around tho Capitol and other public buildings finding among other things that tho desk used by the late Coy Goebel in the Senate chamber had been broken open and otherwise mutilated What Is believed to be the bullet which passed through the body of Wil liam Goebel was found Imbedded in a hackberry tree on the Statehouse grounds A line from the tree to the spot whore Goebel fell leads to a window In tho office of the secretary of state A joint caucus of the democratic members of the Legislature will bo held Feb 10 to nominate a candidate for tho oQtco of prison commissioner to succeed tho Hon Henry George who IB a candidate for reelection The oth er candidates aro G V Glee n of Christian county and G W Landram of LivingstonUnder order from Judge Field tho sheriff of Jefferson county Tuesday took charge of box G9 In the vaults of tbo Louisville Trust Company and re moved tho 4500 that had been depos ited there by John H Whallen for S B Harrol bo to turn tho money over apj RevMlllerof the Methodist church Barbourville has the smallpox POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Three contests In the National House have so far been decided against domo orals Tho constitutional term of 00 days will expire March 13 leaving less than four weeks of the Legislature ExSenator Gorman says it Is hope less to oppose the nomination of Bryan for president and announces that he will support him- Congressman Charles A Chlckorlng of Copenhagen N Y was found dead- outsldo tho Grand Union Hotel In New York City He bad either fallen or jumped from a fourth story window By a vote of 45 to 30 tho Senate adopted an amendment to the financial bill which holds out further hope of an international agreement for the free coinage of silver Llnsday voted nay and Deboo yea MY VERr In what year did total eclipse of sun occur CO or TO The band boys oyster supper at Miller affair and aHotol was a delightful financial success Mt Vernon Is ready to surrender tho claim to Lancaster of having the greatest liar In town11 Mrs John Cain Is very low of consumption Tho family recently returned here from Massachusetts Dr M Pennlngton has returned from Louisville where ho has been taking a special course of lectures Pete Langford a darkeywho had worked many years on section hero died at Pino Hill Friday night Your typo made ua say the Houk Adams building would bo 36x50 Should read 30x80 and 30x50 basement or cellar There aro nine cases of smallpox at Wlldlc this county none serious Moat of them havo been discharged by tho doctors Mm Eliza McCoy Is dangerously 111 and her recovery Is despaired of Her brothers M 0 and J D Miller wero called home A six year old child of V P Free died Friday afternoon man near Pine Hill from burns it received tho day before by Its clothing catching afire Nathan Bray brought to town 30 pairs of venison hams and was only offered 25o per pair Ho asked Slo and rather than accept less he took them two miles Into the country and burled them This was some 45 years ago In Judgo Williams court two men were fined 120 and costs and a third one a preacher caught It for e30 on a charge of disturbing religious worship at Chestnut Ridge The judge thought the preacher should pay the highest price for his fun We have always held up for Louis Lasdram under all circumstances but the line is now drawn Tho low down mean trick he played on your humble servant with an old snuff box a fewdas ago puts him beyond the pale of humor forbearance A court martial by the press Is now in order to try him for treason against an inoffensive brother newspaper man Mrs Armllda McClure aged 76 died Saturday morning Tho funeral took place at 10 oclock Sunday Mrs Mo Clure was tho widow of Win McClure familiarly known to everyone as Uncle Billy She was a woman whom every ono admired for her goodness of heart rind mind She was the last surviving member of the old Pullins family of Garrard county- Rockcastlee citizens held memorial meeting at the court house hero Saturday at 11101 J W Brown called the meeting to order and Dr Percy Denton was mado chairman and James Maret secretary A committee on resolutions of Rev Stan was named Tho prayer ley over the body of Gov Goebel was feelingly read by Mies Ellen Butner Miss Ida May Adams read in an eloquent manner tho address of Rev Arnold delivered at the Frankfort cemetery on tho day of tho governors funeral Judgo Williams delivered an Impressive address which reached the hearts of his hearers Circuit court began hero Monday Judge Morrow presiding Quito a num ber of cases havo boon disposed of About a dozen men worq tried and sent to jail on old liquor cases Elmo Lang lords case charged with killing J L King continued E K Wilsons trials to have begun Thursday but Judge Morrow was compelled to return to Somerset on account of his wifes Ill ness and the dose was continued to next term Among tho visiting attorneys wo notice Judges Tlnsloy and Brown J A Craft Ed Parker W R Ramsey C R Brock R L Ewell and A L ReidMrs J L Joplin has been III Dr J M Williams went up to London last week and while there wandered into the new telegraph office and showed tho boys he could yet handle a quad as well ab ho did years ago J J Ping writes us that ho Is getting along nicely at Bryant L Stratton College Louis ville Judge Morrow went homo yesterday In answer to a telephone message tayiug his wife was worse Their numerous friends In this county hope she will soon bo on the road to recov ery Mrs Helen Brooks of Paris is hero to see her mother Mrs J L Joplin Mrs W H Brannaman who bas beon U for a long time is improv ing Brodhead Rockcastle County Jack Dullard says there Is going to be a wedding In town this week And of course Jack knows The twoyearold child of Jack Lunro died last Saturday night It had only boon sick about 48 hours and its depth caused some excitement W H Coyer who has been on tbo sick list for some weeks Is no better at this writing Jacob Todd Is mOving from this placo to Pitteburg James Crawford who lives about ono mite out of town bad a horse stolen lust week E E Protheroc of Hlgglnsport 0 has been spending a few days with his friends and relatives at this place The democrats of this section of tbo country think that tho reason why- S W Taylor docs not send the troopa away from Frankfort Is that ho fears being arrested on the charge of being connected with the assassination of Goebel and not that he fears any vio lento at tho hands of democrats or that he tears that they will attempt to do him any harm That i Is law tbat ho fears and not the violation of the law on the part of democrats for he knows that democrats aro asking nothing but the execution of tho law Hon Fontaine F Bobbitt of Crab Orchard says It the grand jury ol Franklin county will Indict W S Taylor for being accessory to the assassi nation of Gov Goebel that ho as an attorney at law can take all tho facts and circumstances connected with the case and conylct him for murder and If he falls to do so that he Taylor can bo a free man henceforth and fofovor Ho says ho has hung many a man on testimony not half 10 strong and as winked together as tho facts and circumstances are in this caseand he hopes to be employed In the case when tho Indictment Is found Dr Percy Benton Is In Mt Vernon attending circuit court Miss Helen Thurmond Is progressing nicely with her school Sho has about 30 pupils and it not onty a fine teacher but Is a true democrat as well as a Christian lady J B Farmer our clover operator and R R agent who was badly hurt Is Im proving nicely and will recover with out having to have Ills loot amputated There was qulto a number of our dom occats who attended the Goebel memo rial meeting last Saturday at Mt Vernon Bro Pike filled his appointment with Buckeye church last Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannto Yadon who has been visiting friends and relatives at Rowland has returned homo and her fellow was in town the next night after she landed Last week wo stated that a certain man who went to Frankfort as an ic tlmldator said on his return that they had concluded that all they could do was to kill Goebel The man referred to was Wm Prewltt called DIll and ho made the statement to Mr Leo Williams tolling him to tell his father that if Goebel had not been killed at that time It would be done before next Saturday night Prewltt bad mado two trips to Frankfort and this was on Sunday night before the assassination Mr Williams Is a son of John Williams and belongs to a family of ellablo people Tho old gentleman is a republican and Leo says Prewltt thought ho was too Ho siya ho will make affidavit that Prewltt told him as stated though I hear that the latter is denying It Now Mr Editor the people of our town who read tho dally papers wish to ask you a few questions They want to know what has become of some of those gentlemen whoso names were so conspicuous In almost every paper be fore and oven up to the assassination of Gov Goebel We saw where they were making bloodthirsty speeches In Eas tern Kentucky and that they wore so liciting and contracting with men to go to Frankfort and saw where they were making fiery talks and offering inch Ivo resolutions even on tho steps of the State Capitol building just buforo the assassination of Gov Goebel But since that time we havo not seen their names In tho papers nor read a word or a line from them and wo wish to know what has become of thorn and if you can toll what has caused their sudden change or why they aro not heard from any more These are pertinent questions and wo hope you can answer them Prey havo all gone to tho woods to hid e till the storm blows over or for good if they aro Indicted with tho oth er tssaasinsEdICINGS VILLE W L McCarty and son Edward attended tho funeral of Gov Gocbel gln fluto LUdlow whore ho Is to be married to a Miss Donovan of that place Mr Ragln and brldo are expected hero In a fow days and will board at tbo Penny backer Hotel Mrs Pearce has return ed tram u visit to her daughter Mrs McKce Miss Gentle Pennybacker viE ited her slater In Somerset Monday and Tuesday Claude Pennybackor has returned to his work at Somerset Fon talno Dlsbon was down from Moreland a few days last week William Roy nards and son John of the C S stone mason crew spqnt last week at their home bore Jas Gant operator hero wont to Burgin Tuesday to work John Howe will succeed him at this of ficeEM C HE FOOLED THE SUIUIEOKS All doctors told Ucnlck t Jeff alter aultilrlng ii Plonthr111 lIedal noniJIce would die unleea s oroerallonwaa- performoo but he cured himeelf wltd live boxes of lIuckleoa Arnica Sal the iure t lUe cure on eartb and the Ieet Salve to the World 25 Mat a box Sold by Penny Orugglit I THE VTUE OF LOW PRICES Was never more powerfully demonstrated than in this great sale mmle so becduso we are determined to out the stock of Dry Goods Notions Clothing tboo Ilats Etc bought of A Urbltnky Co at 600 on the dollar to we only line a short dins to do this In before our big stock of Spring good comes In on M that Is already bought wu will the knlfo to prices ttul malco this sale II money- saving clmnco that is very seldom offered to tho public vo can only juoto you rlces on a few of tin many barltlnsYe have in store for you Domestics Lancaster Apron Ginghams Oct quality selling out price Sets One case fancy Calicoes regular price 5ct snlo price 4ct Ono cnsu bluo Calicoes 4Jc rUIn and Embroidered real Manchester Chambrays Oc Heavily fleeced Eiderdown in Bed only 24c- Itcautlful designs in mingled Tcasle down 60c quality only 30- c10t Brown Sheeting 1Jjc 74 lied Table Damask 2lc 04 ItlcAchod Linen Damask 22c Our Carpet and Matting stock hut just been replenished and Is chuck full of choice bargains Wo are confident wo lead In ths lino Wo have this slock 10 arranged that it Is no troublo to show them to have no hesitancy in asking to lookat them oven though you aro only anticipating a purchase in the future Dress Goods Double width J wool dsslincro Dress Goods 25c quality 12Jc 30 in all wool Orcrplnld Dress Goods yks30lnGonlo mixed Scotch Chovlotlng 1 cAll wool Plaid Skirting S3e- upNotions 18 in Linen finish Towel Crash only Cc 18 In Flax Crash 6c 16 In Linen Crash 5c Good size Turkish Towel 16c per pair 2 Cards of looks and Eyes Cc 1 doz Pearl Buttons 6c Papers of Pins 6c 5 Spools of John Clarks Thread lOc Capes 1 Line Ladies Capes 71c 1 Lot Astrnclmn Fur trimmed Capei worthfStWc Everything in Ladles Mines and Chil Tens Wraps will go for net co- stFurnishings 1 lino good white Corsets 23c 75c quality Corset only a few Vie 1 lot French Woven Conels 4Sc 1 Line II II Corsets fink anti Blue only Sc- Oarnlture Skirt patterns handsome of fccU only 03c Ladles Koxbury Union Sultsfcheap a- tc our price 35c Biggest drive ever made In Ladles Underwear 2 long sleeve self lined vests or Pants and Vet 23c or tingle garment 12c Boys and Misses heavy grey random Shirts or Drawers 15c Vises Union Suits Ihc Ladles Lace Edge Handkerchiefs lie Lailtct Fleeced lined Hose 8r Children heavy ribbed Hose Oc Ladles black 40 guagc wbitc foot lose lOc Boots and Shoes 1 lot tallies Dongola stock tines Shoe BOc 1 lot email sizes Ladle hand turned rriiich kid lace or button shoes only 03c worth 12- A couipeto line of Ladle Dongola stock Patent dp all sires lace or button worth 1 160 sale price OSo We always carry and keep the best tlBO shoes on the market 1 case mens f1 BO boots Will close at 1115 A JJ round top Doot 1130 A 83 Kangaroo Dress hoot to close for ti Mens heavy buckle plow Shoes cut to 76c fens 8260 high top Shoes tale price 1175 Mon 221 high top Shoes to close I50H C 1 Jt A JUIT line of men9 all leather lace of Congress Dress Shoes only 1125 Trunks and Valise will be foiled on tho top floor and Ilhlro IncludC In Iltll slaughter tale ClothingM- ens odd Pants 76c grade 49c Mens odd PanU flBO grade 8Sc Mens Corduroy Pint J2JX grade MensCorduroy Pants ail sires 3 color worth 12IIaie price f1 3 A few mens all wool Jeans Pauls will goat once lor Me- A few Boys knee Pants In all wool Jeans will go for 15c Boys knee pants suits OSc Adens all wool Suits worth 1760 go for U60 Ideas fulilSuit from 1203 up In fact wo will move everything in the Nothing Department regardless of their value You never strike ubothcr such an opportunity to clothe youroelf At as low a price ai time attends Gents Furnishings 1 doz good cotton lose 4t c 1 doz heavy mixed rotton HOt 74c Good tout Ire buckle Suspender O- cMenn good color well matte working shirt 24c Men Negligee ShlrU collars and cuffs attached 3 for fl Mens atilt bosom no colar 1 pair cults fancy Madras shirts fl grade 1 suit mens ribbed Underwear 4l Oct1 liar mens fleeced lined worth 78c a garment goes for 75c Hats I Our lino of mens Hats and Cap was never more complete Wo can give you tllfbal from JOe lip Mona wool and felt lists from lOe up LOUISYILLESTORE 11 Pxc 7 S Y Bucher Gibbs Avery 1 And Vulcan Three of tho beet plow made Farmers are cordially Invited to call in and exam lao them Full line of JtII IVagoneI c W A CARSON Stanford Kyt THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Nature will do tho lest t THE POOR MANS DOCTOR t The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Itemed on Earth Iris been tried GO lcnrliIlute payer failed to Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic t Headache I 1 And the groat majority of ailments caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOT UATTSEATJE OR GHIPB 1 Hilt acts gently on thu liver 23 doses In a box for 25c Try It once and you will never bo without It IIFor Bale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PIIUHUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MJW NANNIE S 8AUFLKY Lady Prlnci pal Call Phone No 10 Higgins McKinney STANFORD KY For I Farm Machinery Wagons Bug gies Salt Lime Cement P Stoves Tinware Staple And Fancy Groceries Sewing Maohlnes A Specialty rs THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANHOHD KY FKU 16 1900 E 0 WALTON BusiNtaa AlANAaun Tile best materials combined with caro skill and accuracy Insure good results No other methods arc ever usod In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Mm JKSSBTHAYIOU has returned to Corbin Miss MINNIE MONDAY Is visiting friends In Mercer f Mns WILLIAM HAMILTON Is withI her parents In Lexington Mns JOHN MiUKit Sn and MUs Freda Meier uro In Louisville Mns MATT COHEN of Richmond well known here Is dangerously Mn AND MltS I C 13KOVVX Ot Ca soy havo been visiting relatives hero MK JOHN METCALK of Nicholas t vlllo Is vlilttng his son Thomas Met 1 crU Mil J T WILLIAMS the busiest man In trains eetordayIi f Miss ALICE DIIYB of Hustonvllte- I and friend Mr P D Monnctt of New yesterdayI telephono magnate has placed us under obllpa- I tlons again for news over hti wire I Dil E J DROWN loft last night for i Now York City to tako a special courso In lectures lie will be absent several weeks 1 Mil WILl TUTTLE and wife of Junction City are at the Joseph Prlco In Urinary for tho treatment of Mr Tu = ties bronchial trouble THE marriage of Mrs Mattlo Gibson tho baodsomo widow of Rev John Doll Gibson Is noted In bur Lancaster letter and tbo legions of friends she has hero send hearty congratulations- Mil K P WOODS who was ono of the 25 who enjoyed yesterday the feast spread by Col and W D Duddorar InI honor of the tth anniversary of their marriage dropped In to tell us that everybody had a good time and nto lourI key and good things till they couldnt restIMn JOHN PEAIIL sends us money rorI years subscription to tho I J for J R Hardln at Parlsum and writes that Mr Hardln aywo arc tbo onlyI newspaper men In the Stato who ItlckI to tbo party through thick nnd thin and ours Is the only paper ho expect to take In the future I LOCAL HAPPENINGS IJlAIILTON for good watch work Go to 11111 t looks for nlco frulta NEW laces and embroidery at George H Farrls Gos JT1Uldteetdolgn In stationery at Craig hookers a men omenand child ren at Severance Sons BUY Oliver plows andever mako a mistake Higgins McKlnney timothy seed oats orchard JCLOVERtop millet and garden seed Hill Deck 3 OUR accounts must bo settled Call on Attorney J R Bush nnd pay It you want to save costs Dcaxley Carter SKVKUANCB SONS will tako orders for ladles mado to measure sulta skirts and Jackets for spring KKX See lino of samples ON account of bad weather the Lon don fair grounds were not olTered Mon day but will be sold Monday Marc 12 Sco ad t SNOW began to fall a llttlo after 10 lust night and this morning It was still at It with the ground six orclghtlnch cs covered with tho whlto mantle I JI Tho Federal Soldier who Bond- us an original poem on Gov Goobcl will furnish us with his name not necessarily for publication wo will print his lines NeW TniAU Jnmea Price aged 10 who got a year for shooting George Pale In Rookcastlc was granted u now trial If convicted again ho will bo sent to the Houses of Reform NOTICE J II Albright writes u to say that farmers and others Inter f ested In tobocco growing are requested to meet at J T Cherrys store In Drod lead next Monday flight 10th A YOUNG woman who wont to Frank fort sight seeing saw everything sho wanted to sec but Taylor Finally sho appealed to a soldier on guard at hl olllcc saying Mister wont you let Mr Taylor out a little while I do so touch want to sco him before I go But oven on this touching appeal they wouldnt lot him out THE social at Mrs Joo S RIcoa last 1evening for the purpose of raising money to buy a carpet for tho Baptist church was largely attended and a nlco little sum was realized Light refresh mont and confections were served and all had a pleasant time An oyster supper Is to given by tho ladies of tho aamo church next Thursday night In a down town store room DALTON Is headquarters for good watch work FKugn utKukes Just received at Warren Shanks PARTIES holding clamsagalnstMury F Alexander deceased present same to Dr W N Craig Admr r Quit Highland correspondent must send tys name If bo wishes his letter to appear In this paper Anonymous communications dont co OLD MOCK WIiisitWeath orford has n contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Uus tonVllle II C Mock STRAYED or stolen blackBerkshire sow of about 100 pounds tins ono ring nose and tho other out Howard when returned to H O Warron BRUCE t WO itThat is tho stylo of tho firm now John II Wooer having bought an Interest In Mr I M Brucoe livery business Mr Wonor has been with Mr Bruce for years and Is well up Ir tho business lIED OVEII Robert Bowling wbo cut Cbartes Urookmana throat at Mr Crabtros some days ago was tried boo tore Judge Bailey and hold over till circuit court In 8150 which ho failed to glvo Drock mans throat Is rapidly Improving MARSHAL SHANNON arrested a iron at KIngsvllle yesterday whoso namo wo could not Jot charged with stealing J M Crawford horse In Hockcaslle an I took him to Ml Vernon Mr Shan non thinks ho U on the trail of the man wbo robbed the post otllco hero 8125Wn will this and tbo Illustrated Kentuckian one year for SUL or just 25c moro than the prlco of each alone Tho Kentuckian It a 20pago Illustrated monthly maga zine published In Louisville at fl a year or IOu a copy Now Is the time to got It almost for nothing TUB amount of freight and passenger business handled at Morcland on tho Cincinnati Southern Is enormous Agent D P Shewmaker tolls us that during the month of January his re ceipt woro 1331060 against 8208387 In tho sumo month of 1809 nn Incrcaio tI2XJtt though January U consid ered a dull month IN FULL Agent WJ TrUblo ro cclvcd from tbo Liverpool London Si Globe Insurance Co Wednesday a chock for 81800 in full of tho policy hold by Mrs A K Denny on her reel dence and furnlturo recently burned When the loss li total this company pays tho policy and does not try to beat the Insured out of his just dues- PNSION8Casoycitizene must draw at least 975000 In pensions yearly so it will be seen that tho roll of honor In that county is a largo one Close to 112000 of It Is handled o rcry three months by tbo Commercial flank of Liberty and lie ofllccr sat that there are a great many of Uncle Sams checks that they never see Pensions and revenue derived from the sale of timber go a long ways toward support Ing the people of that county while the rich Green river bottoms do about the rllstI DIG DINNER Mr and Mrs Wnvcrly Ilamllton gave a big dining Tuesday in honor of her father Col W II Dud dcrar and u number of his friends Following aro those who were present and who enjoyed tho flno dinner and hospitality of tho clover pair Col W II Duddcrar and lady Dr L H Cook anil lady Dr J K VanArsdalo and lady E P Woods and ladyH H Gentry and lady S J Embry and lady Mrs IIhOur Junior was Invited but was do prlved the pleasure of attending by a press of business OUK monument fund grows apace Since our last lssuoln which was 10cafrom J O McAlUterOvc Mo J II Jones Emory Gap Pone 81 R E Tanner Harriman Tcnn 81 JJThornton same ofllce 81 J S Rep port Orlando 81 The latter says I hope that u persistent and continued effort will be made to bavo every sup porter of Goobel In tho Stato contrib uto something oven n nickel or dime for tho monument and lot the Inscrip tion be In memory of William Goo bol who died a martyr for tho cause of the common people I fully indorse your course Language is Impotent express the indignation of ovary thinking mind SOME 25 years ago when Dr Leo F Huffman first opened a dental olllco bore ho Oiled a very bad tooth for Tins ejoy Spoonamoro much against the wishes of the lattcrs old friend Pey ton Embry who Insisted that Mr Spoonamoro give an experienced man the jobs It wasabout the only tooth ho could chow on but somo tlmo ago ho decided to have all his teeth takon out and the ono that Dr Huffman cd had to como out too Ho sent It t the doctor at Lexington who now It on exhibition in hU olllco just as good at it was tho day the filling was put in It was ono of tho many good jobs Dr Huffman hosdono in dentistry which have made him rank with tho foremost of his profession WE will glvo top prices torveal calves Hill Beck WE plenty cowrn and ell kinds of feed continually on band J H Baughman Co NiwFtnatSJEmbryJrandJas Kngleman have formed a partnership and will do a jewelry and watch re pairing business In a window in Pen nys drug store They bavo bought what jewelry Mr Penny bad on hand will add to It at once Mr Englcman lion experienced jeweler and both of the young men being popular they should do well STOLE AN OWLA colored man tells us that ho asked another If bo bad any chickens for sale Ho answered no but ho would bring him some that night Sure enough at 1 oclock ho came with a sack und said there were two in It Ho got his money and the next morning the purchaser die covered that ono was a nice fat ben and the other an owl On being sent for and being told of the Imposition he said they were both on the samo roost and that It was the first mistake be had made In 15 years nt the business and ho had rather bo caught for steal log than that It should got out that ho made such n mistake ifany body has missed a fat hen this may lead to the arrest of the thiefM- ATRIMONIAL MATTERS Horace Haley aged10 and Miss Ro sa Davis 14 woro married at Dloom Ingon III Miss Mattlo D Alkcn 14 and Frank MeCullutn aged 10 wcro married at Atlantic City N J Yesterday at 10 oclock Mr F Kon Icy Tribble of this county anti Miss Desslo Watts were married at the reel dence of tbo brides lather in Fayotto county Rev nlI Lampkin officiating The attendants wore Miss JennIe Watts a sister of tbo bride and Mr W U Murphy of Lincoln Miss Laura Mahan and Prof L C Bosloy of ban ville After hearty congratulations wore said and an elegant lunch enjoyed the bridal party drove to Lexington where Mr and Mrs Trtbblo tools the train for Louisville where they will remain a few days and go to Hopkins vlllo to visit the parents of the groom till about March 1 when they will boat homo to their friends at Castle Cobb The grooms many friends con gratulate him on his final determina tion to become a Benedict and wish for him all the joys that a happy union to such a lovable and excellent lady as wo hear ho has won insures Ho is a hig toned model and exemplary man and deserves too good wife wo are sure bob gotten May blessings crowd upon them and marriage be all that they havo pictured IL NEWS OF THE VICINAGE At London Cam Williams was ten tcntanccd to two years Imprisonment for killing Charley Jones The lady Maccabees of Junction City will give a surprise party and candy pulling Thursday night Admission 10 and Ibo Tbo Lexington soldiers who havo boon guarding the Kendalls at Nichol asvlllo have been ordered home There never was tho slightest reason for sending thorn thither A brother of Tom Dakcr who was assassinated whllo under guard a t Manchester Is In Frankfort and Is very anxious that the brute who killed Gov Goebel bo found Ho believes tbo roan who shot him Is tho ono who killed bis brotherMr B Anderson celebrated his 70th birthday at Barbourvlilo with a big upper Ho Is the oldest citizen in the town and has lived there 50 years during 30 of which bo has held office Ho waa in the convention which nomi nated Lincoln for president- F Krueger the Mt Vernon con tractor and builder has completed a 811800 courthouse at Hyden Lesllo county which Architect McDowell of Louisville pronounces good in every particular Ho also built two iCCO brick business houses there Mr Gilbert has presented tho blU to establish a National park at the battlo field of Perryvlllo It is for tho purpose of marking the field of some of the most remarkable maneuvers of the brilliant fighting in tho war of the ro bellion The park Is to bo called Per ryvillo National Military Park BRIEF NEWS NOTATION a snatchilug a womans pocket book The floods aro doing great damage In runnlnAIntoSince tho outbreak of the South Af rlcau war the British loss bas been 10505 men killed wounded and miss Ins In Russell county Va a detective was killed by an escaped convict wbo IThMaj T J Carson tho horseman foil down tho marble steps leading to th Pbcunlx Hotel bar at Lexington an legoChlcoloIop government ownership of railroads and other public utilities and natural mo nopolies for government mone for the referendum and direct legislation and for tho withdrawal all protective tariffs from all articles controlled bya trust CHURCHES AND PREACHERS parsonagehasRev Kuykcndall of Garrard will begin a protracted meeting at the flap TuesdayThowho heard Kid Joe Ballou at the Christian church In Lancaster Sunday were both delighted and benefitted LAND AND STOCK Foil SALt1fJO 000 to 1000poand CityDrBros 400 barrels of corn at 92 at the cribBest cattle aro worth fij best hogs 505 do sheep 51 and lambs 7o In Cln clnnatl highgradeBishop Hubblo Woods Lynn sold to T B Walker boughtofInRookcastlebutcher cattle at from 2c up KENTUCKIANS IN TENNESSEE ENDORSE THE INTERIOR JOUIINAL AND SEND MONEY KOK GOE11EL MONUMENT EMORY GAr TENN I endorse ov cry thing that you have said In your paper In regard to the assassination 01 Gov Wm Goebel and hope that every man wbo was connected with the kill lug will ba brought to justice aud hanged I am sure this would get Taylor and lots of others I have two Kentucky friends R E Tanner and J A Thornton hero wbo are also strong Goebel men and each of uc send 81 te go towards erecting a mopument over the grave of Gov Goebel th greatest and grandest man that over lived or died JOHN H JONES MOIIELAND Mr B P Sbewmake leaves Saturday night for Salisbury N C as a witness in a law suit of Powell ft Harper vs Southern Railway Hi will take his wife with him and nitsbusiness Is through with expects toeto HI Abbeville N C and spend a few lays Our nljfht operator V WOV- en of Crab Orchard thinks tbero is no sheet like the I J and bo Is tho firs man to devour the news when It come- in Mr Owens Is a first class operator and bo would till the bill as regular man If tbero was no telephone connec toQueeLillianhe will have to be fired A U S postal detective Is Inveetl gating the Blue Grass Blade with likelihood that Old Charley will Indicted again for using the malls to disseminate blasphemous and obscec 0 matter A LIFE AD DEATH FIGHT ahIUDItrollblequest brmorrhagr and coughed eight and daj tuj doctors uld I must toon die Then I be CoDIUI1IDIon llundrnlhinerrr fall to cure Throat Cbeit and IUD ooUletreeESTKAY MARE A blACk filly IS hand high Imo been my stable since Monday Uth Owner v cot her by proving property and pitying to her teed this JOHN COOl Stanford rrValuable Pro For Sale If not told privately beforehand I will Monday Mar i2th 1900 At Ibe froot toor of the Court Honte In London Ky onrlorlelohe bUhctt and test bidder for rash sod the remainder In and wombs equal paymeala with per rent Intern Prom doe ollurcbaoe e property known Ii Laurol County Fair Ground trtcooUlologcouiiucxlloui Amphitheatre and other tulbiilld lugs K celleut nclre track A good tenunen house and iaidcn Lot Two Rood well property J T WILLIAMS l rei Laurel County Xa- lrCoJtfBPENNYDDS STANFORD KY rerontco nt Residence on Lancaster Street HERE WE ARE e With a new store newgooda and new price We with lo announce to the public of Casey and aur rottmUu countlv Wet THE RACKET STORE Of Stanford will open a Brand Store at Liberty Friday Feb Sd with a full and c0iplat- lit o- tDry Goods Notions Mens Boys And Childrens Clothing Together with glens boys lithe moved and children Iloota and Shoe JIll and JIIIII ill g more goodand hut give you bolo thisdor b with a guarantee as tint clans goods and nothing but low prices buy them Come and ua and you that we Mil Rood good alert low We hay all our goods right from Iartorleand In lae qllanllllan1 for spot cash and wesell for aame therelore we can aflilrd to gin you good goods at low prices We vernal your for treatment The RACKET STOReS The cheapest stores In the country Stanford and Liberty Ky krI 1 S 0 FOR o OLIt1CR 1tlD BUCHER GIBBS + PLOWS REPAIRS 1 IAND PLOW HARNESS w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky + JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconer Pror nuycru from nextllorao New Goods Of Newer Styles Newest Arrivals ijats Caps Shoes Clothing Shirts Ties c All the latest productions Some nice things for SWELLflfl DRESSERS Douglas Shoes For Men WomanrCummins McClaryCash Clothiers and Furnishers u tOur Custom Made Shirts We havo just received complete line of Gents Custommade Shirts in both Per calcs and Imported Madras Cloths They are perfect in style and fit Our line of e Gents Balbriggan Underwear Comprise bow the plain and fancy weave in prices ranging f romJ5 cents to si Wee also handle- THE SCRIVEN DRAWERS They are made of Host It each Drill with the patent elastic seams once worn always Worn Price 05 centsI t REMEMBER OUR SHOES Xro tho best styles tbo latest prices the lowest on eimillar goods Good Goods our Specialty d JOHN P JONES Stanford rt EI 1 Some Good Things 1 For Wednesday Thursday and Friday ri1 We will offer fur the above stated time Homo real Bargains and wo j offer them only for the three days mentioned or as long on they last r 16 Pieces Wrapper Stylo Sea Island Percales usually sold at 12Jc now S glasRemnant Counter iI short lengths of Calicoei Ginghams and Peicalej IOf Zeiglcr BIOS Shoes for Ladies Misses and I SEVERANCE a Childreuftjl Opposite Court House EM ffooffireeginy rut ztitsr n rNfcite pesr PlallRll lf a onllfllLuliliny 11ella J EScad j talyue p oulRYillcXy IoLI ie THE INTEhlOfrJOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at i Kccndclau tnatttr PucUahduSSaraaalFrida v- Al 1 PER YEAR CASH v When not aopatdffi2OO will be charged fRANXFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralni bare Frankfort iiiSO AM 340 PM Irull r connecting leoivetown with the Q AC Returning leave farl at V10 andS40 r v reaching Frankfort after connecting with Q tC trains a1 1120 x710P and 8 r The latter train learn fur Ucnrcetown at 7 IS r J K NEWTON U JA QUEEN CRESCENT Tratni going South pas Junction City No do a not stop No 311501 No5 1172 AM No 9 eOS p Uoluz South No doesnt atop Xo4 818 A X No 123 r JIlo 106 A Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Shakepearea decrlptlon eta thou wad women bey ate era dee sickly nervous a burden to themselves and their families Their andtheyRkthethere la a remedy They Can- uteMcELREES Wine of Cardui qt brings health to the womanly organism health there means strengthItIt tones up the nerves which suffer ing and disease have shattered It is the most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealthf druggistsFor symptomspartment The Chattanooga Medi- Cine Co Chattanooga Tenn RET J W BUITH CAmden S c- 711IIJ wife used Wino Cardnl at horn far coaling of the womb and It enUrdrC1UedI I111aSontborn utuallnveztm9at Company Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED AoYay WhUe1ou Live Old Line Companies Pay When Ten Die 0 r203onOpaiainllTlnabeneut Over L and Surplui n MIXES WEAKEN local AgenttiSMlTUIBOMAN Secy titan Lexlntton Ky t DR Re COLDST6IN TURrCelebrated Eye Specialist or Louisville Kentucky trill bt at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Saturday Pcb24thtReturning one day in each montht Eyes Examined and Glasses CdetI Tallyt AdjustedI J+ G+ McGJ Y UMDEBTASER Manufacturer and Dcalear In HARNESS SADDLEBY 0I Stanford Ky r IOOT31VTLliX TO CHICAGO Telling Morning and from UnI Lon Station 10th and rondwayI Passengers desiring information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska and points in the far West including Cal ifornia addross Frank J AgtEPass Agt W H McDoel VlcoPrss tL Gen Mnfcr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr 0 LIBERTY Miss AnnIe Bclden spent a few days last week with frlonda and relatives 10 Huatonvlilc Tho Methodists are havl np a revival and much interest Is being manlreated by tbo few but devout members of thelr churchII Brown and wife have gone to housekeeping and the now couplo have tbo best wishes of all Rev J Q Montgomery has sold his property to George E Stone and It Is with regret we barn the former templates leaving us next year Quite d number of the young people were entertained at the residence of Mrs Pierce on Saturday evening In honor of Miss Minor It was an cnjoy able affair and long to be remember The Whlpp Bros Hotel which las formerly been known as the Napier Hotel has been newly furnished Dnd under the management of Mrs J W Whlpp Is In excellent order to accommodate all Mrs Mottle McRoberts leaves for Louiivlllo next week where sho wm remain awhile In behalf of her mllUn1 cry establishment Sho will r equipped in the future than over in theI past to furnish her customers with latest styles It Is certainly true that Liberty hus and continues to improve rapidly welllng8 are being erected and ero long the now Lank and Masonic ball will be completed It building whleb is beyond a doubt an honor to any townFrom reports and outward appearances another one of our bacheli friends will contribute much to the welfare of our town by forming a ma rlmonial alliance It eeetns that Casey and Russell have always been near and dear Wo were honored with a visit from the business manager of the I J laslo week and from the number of now sub ecrlptlons obtained in our vicinity bls recent publications have surely louche the hearts of many who have nave before realized Ills papers Indispensability ANDWe observe that our frIends Bobblt and Hughes are exercised as to the relative positions of earth and sun In summer and winter The time Is very Inopportune for tho discussion of scion tflo problems but could wo direct our minds out of our present political mael trom to things celestial no doubt thi gain would be Immense Our friend Bobbltt Is off the track al ogether Our friend Hughes wants to introduce ocular testimony this will hardly count In any exact science here might be illusion It Is a fact lemonstratcd beyond cavil that all the planets revolve around the sun on at elliptical orbit and not in a circle Coke Rn cyg In your hand and look- down upon It and you got a good Idea or the earths ecliptic the sun In the enter and tho earth revolving around tie edge The earths ecliptic has a major and a minor axis or diameter tie one several thousand miles longer tban the other To be brief as this is dun reading and unintelligible to zany in the winter season the earth loves around tbo end of its orbit and- by the major axis and therefore Is at a reater distance from the sun Closely related to this problem and to bo explained by means of it is an otber very interesting one and of very considerable importance especially to country people and those who propose keep sun or meridian time Take 9 any standard almanac and we find Sun fast and sun slow At present riling Feb Oth tho sun is Hi rain tea slower than mean time and there ire sun or meridian time Is only 71 mInutes faster than railroad or stan dard time On Nov 1st the sun will beI 1M minutes fast hence on that day elock set by sun or meridian time will be just 40 minutes faster than railroad Lime This creates much confusion and mystery among those aiming to- keep sun time Will our friends please to this P Explanation simpleJ R Orlando Ky there U more Catarrh to this section of the coun try than all other dUeaiea together and until Smart few years was supposed to Incurable doctors It a brtonotaatlrnnounced It tanh to be a com ttlutloual dlieaae and therefore rIlr conitltutlonal treatment llalla Catarrh Cure manufactured P J Cheney 0 Co Tole do Ohio Is the only conntltUtlonal cure on the marlett II Is taken Internally In doses from 1- 0trov toa teapoonful It dl directly on the oodand mucous of the system They or 1100 for cue It falls to cure for clr larsaud testimonials Address F J CUENEY tCO Toledo O Sold by Pruggttt 7Sc tall a Family an the tech AN EDITORS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMUEIILAIN8 COUGH REMEDY During tho early part of October 1890 I contracted a bad cold which settled on y lungs and was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared In an cipent state I was constantly cough- Ing and trying to expel something which I could not I became alarmed and after giving the local doctor a trial bought bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy id the result was immediate Improvement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy Btate B 8 Edwards Publisbeer of The Review nt Ill For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Henry Thompson of Batavia 0 died of heart disease while being bap tlzed i One Price One Quality 50RESTMADE PAIR r Ultra Shoes please fastidious women who have k heretofore paid fancy prices and big profits Shoe V goodness doesnt always mean high prices 350 f per pair buys the Ultra Shoepays for the best found in any H Iiisaves you shoeTHE NEW SHOE 100 to 250 FOR il WOMEN For Sale by H J McRoberts Newton Kelly charged with being Implicated In tho death of his two uncles died suddenly at Eminen- ceCOMMISSIONERS SALE Of Stanford Property LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT W T V Anderson Carr aloe feodanlolll Equity In execution ofa Judgment of the Lincoln Cir cult Court rendered ailla term ISM In the above styled action I will on MONDAY FEET a6 1900 Heine lint day of Lincoln Circuit Court at the front door of the court hone tr Stanford Ky of ter at public outcry to the blbiler the fol lowing real wale in the town of Stanford Ky First a tat bounded aa follow On north by Myen n eat by Depot street on south by the I Craig Inl and on the WI by the llalUr and- Ferris pro Perty Second A let bounded thus Fronting V feet lOutb Inchea ou tbclotofJ the wett uIeand btpol S Shank known- U Ihe Commercial lintel wet by the lot rorluerly owuel by Mrs folly Altom and on the ortn by the J 4 Slyest lot Third A HOUSE AND LOT SlIualed la Ild town boualed thus llegInningat take n feet from reur of lallroad and rorafllO Illlla Hughes thence with line of railroad S I14 W J9 fret to take In line of railroad soul orner to Wallace thence bU llns N 13JJ W feet to I tau corner to same In south tide- rstrretthence wllh lime N79H K W feet to sake corner to MtAlbtr thna with sls tine and MIIIIa lIaghI 101 E I8 fret the beginning Al- soABLACK STALLION 3 yean old 15 bnd blKb make with a white nip on the nose anti on lower part of Doe of his hind loge and elrtdby UfOfie Dictator All of the abote property or w much thereof u till the Judgmint rendered In said action Ind which will on day amount to f723C Intesrstandcos- tsTE1UIdOFSALEArrelllof aft and Melee lontha In equal on with good curlty bearing Inteml from day of sale hulag force and IOCI olllJudgmnl soil payable to the CotumUsloner W Cammluloner Hereford Hull Cnlvcs- I bare for sale two ena threequarter Ilerefor Hull Call for aale tioodstock and ludUld utla W T TUCKER My wooJ Ky POSTEDI hereby warn all persons from trestpaailog on my fanu any purpuM whatever lA XUUKAV Oltenlielu PUBLIC SALE wOF A Valuable Farm And Residence Thursday March it 1900 If not sold before thatch I will on the prenilw at 10 oclock w Haell without reserve the lam of Kdw McCarty deceased ol ABOUT 185 ACRES on the Stanford turnpike nr aaYlUeIIOll coo n ty The Improvements a two and a half aloryitoce with lrg roan soil and rellars under the ensue hour- erantsstutereIcehouse cistern extra large ererfilllnftaprtegand large well apqInt ed taUe tumther carriage house and mt house sod one Kooil W by Ipl tout barn Fencing entire place ia In Rood condition sod la made up at itone wire panel and pot and rail At the Mm time and place will t aolda piece- dlaod of about 2oo acre In the furkaollh Lannuter lurnrlkeiblacbwlihasplenuttd lion qmrry and Toe following list of fanning Implement will ilw be sold at auction nw liming heap ft I new Mower 2 twobon wagons 2 sets Ilou- llarneti vlc Harrow Iron atctt d Wheat Uril Wheat polls 2 ountrd CullUatora Com ilanler half doanl- Ino1 Ilantera new Hay lUke large Sot of lick horela Forks err Also 2 good Work Muln I good Work horse I IInlda oung SaJdl- endllarasailorseantJlareeSJersey Lowaaod HouMbold and arm or Ibis fpm la In wheat balance In sloth and raw lmSor real estate onehalf tub balance In nand monthi with lien on land to wear tferred piymeota For rxnoiutty lumtof tla rlrucuh that omount month note wllh security and tearinglolemt- gbeelonofpremlws1tissnon or sore lint day April FAKUiLIAdt The NEW LVNSBER YARD J A ALLEN 00 Contractors and Builders Stanford We have opened up a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street opposite Dr I IL Cooks FloorllllndaWe will keepon nil kinds of Ilulldlng Material uch al Ilracketa log Celling Yellow Pino Caning and lIaoo Corner lllocka Hate lllocka Spindle Turn Column Gable Scrolls and Fancy Shingles dlffurcpt sits In Molding Laths Shingles Steel Roofing and will also keep on hand all kinds of hough Lumber CallIVlre Fence Post and In fact that li In a uwtcloas Lumber Yard tad aco us It will be to your IIdnntogeJ A ALLEN CO THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Thin Is now the most rep to date Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re ently equipped with the marvelous AnastIgmat Lenses tbo now discovery In optic dente I to say to tbo Lndies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very Latest Designs it jVIouldixjgs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to bo Suit ble for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among tho lot is the Now l FleurDeLis mouldings for el icato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that roo ulre n dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and get our prices Wo rill save you moneyi24 Third Street Opposite POt Ofllce Panvllle Ky merican Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hocker Stanford np= DINK FARMER le candidate for Jailer subject to tho no tlon of the dotnocratlo party Ho aollclt your support JOHN C PEPPJLESla- ncftiiJUMo for Jailer of Lincoln Ooutity subject to tho notion ot thin deinocratlo pin ty support II solicited FOR RENT A small ferns belonging to William Dtiwcs miles from Stanford on Stanford ft Burner set Turnpike Apply to a W LOVFLL BRUnO Ky GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to11 M acnn ot thl line I llve on lbldniIJ hoUN ofave towns kitchen and cellar and I1I1rn and uprlntat th door U located on th Uantltl and llmtonTlll pile miles limn Panvlll and 114 tool lludonrlll Vortjr acrm otths rum wheat In Inn ronJlllon and thm am Arne of corn land Itpurrhawr wants mote land I will sell him the rnllre of 123 sects Terms to mil the pur haa r torfurthrr i rtlcularrallon oradilnu P C HASU1IKIK M nIIIIIII Ky J T SUTTON Undertaker Huatonvillc Kentucky O8ra hli IfInlOOI o tbe of Weat UrcaU sad Cue oountlM XuUitockolCofflniandCaia taalwaiion band D 5arpenlerManagn I R A JONES DENTIST Stanford K Ihone No U Over IlIjTRlna McKlnnoy Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable McKIngEY1Y Oood Rigs at reasonable price eofe driven double and single for day or nigh If you want to work eater and adjoint counties Icllnn U the place to drlYo from llorac well eared for single fee day week or month A sham of your ronago solicited FOX S LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE a STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horse and Mule constantly on bench en Jot sale at all times H C RUFLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE Only the best companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 K B MAHONY Agt Stanford Mason HotelMILS U D SIMPSON Pror aucaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendt tblo Everything firstclaBS ioVtet loot all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hus onvillo Ky Jeo e constantly on hand a complcto line or Buggies Iluckboard llarnoas Furnl ture c Agent for Honing Mowers and laden and repairs Oliver Chilled lows the best made ulwiiya for tale Call on hIm 00 RITH HOTEL F 7QAKCIS30 Proprlotor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Drat Uotel n the mountain rate considered lonen runt all tralna t tclal attention to tree- Ing men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The moat centrally located and only IRSTCLLASSHotel 2 RATE One block from tho principal shopping district and two blocks from the three incipal theatres Street care pass the door to all pirti ot- tho City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to Morel Fred Exchange In Wm Doughertys hop 10 Stanford and got In exchange Flour and lIfcol You can also buy Flour Meal Shl- Ituff Bran Chicken Feed cchooper at- my place than where In town A trial bl all I ask I believe exchange will be a tblngfor farmers and I pledge liter 01 transactions and full weight My goodt come from Uudderari Dix River Roller Mills and aro llMtcIasa MOIUUS FRED TelephoneNo 681 Saddle Stallion For Sale I will sell ra inaWr this tpUndld Saudis Slal lion tlllt lIgeJr lie lies hlnlJolh one breeder tad Int eseelknt Indlt dual Address J UALLAUU ITrachfriTUI K- yWHITgHOTEL w 16 CAUU1EB ll01tIICORQIN KENTUCKY Close to laarlll Depot Flntclau throuxhout llatea niter day PLEASE READ p January lit the regular omlannual online time lies cones stud and aomoof my patron havo not settled htmil It are one of them you are ear nc rvqueatvd to settle Thanking one and nil for patronage and a contlnuace Very Truly J H ailKFlt I A 8 PRICK SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky omnll UcKoWrU Drug Ston In the Uwiliy ll1ll- hllolPOSTED I Tim personwhooe names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of game of asi kind at say time of the year on their landV and will prosecute to the full estcul of the aw any who Yloate- Ur Hugh Held J II McAlUter John II Foster E I Woods S T Harris Forcwtus Held M 8 llauchman 811 A W II Shanks J W llanRhtnau 8 J Krobry McKlnncyF W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Tooth Extracted Without PaiR I With Vltalltf Air Physician In attend ante Office la the New Thompson Hullalng 71 FIRSTNATIONALBANKOF CjJUl Stsek I100CM Surplus I1T6S3 61 This luUtutloo originally ttabll bf i M ut e I MltlUaknf JtiifirJ la ISM thru reorganized at th NtloaalUank ofStankml la 1KI caliph ortanla 4 aa Ib Flnt National hank of SUnbrd DlUIbaa aa4 practically aonnloUrrujiUJilit tar br year It U Utter iupplld now wit tac1llue for traniMtlni buatnen proorUy and Ilk rally UuotTtrUfor In la lung land booottble carter Accounts ol individual fidolarletrBU tad indItidual solidlad Diaicvoa- iFRld Uncoln XI J W liiydtoSUoford S T Harris 8 H lUnjhmD J SlIocker Tf wr Wall W ATrlbblII JIICo11MrCnborchd M J Miller UkVernou U DEImdre Stanford ontcaas J S lfOC er 1rtald alt J J Mdloberla Cashieri Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital tlloctIIOOm uctwr to The Farmer lank A Trust Cbntpaay and under same management rontlnu- ouily for zv Yes Solicits Your BankfAooount toilnj uch bovine will prop mutually beutadal and plouant DlltKCTOItSi J JWlllamIA W Cimnter W II wuinmlni J SllWhltlkl J F CUb J OwlT OFFICERS S U t SbaabllmldQt ablerW N AtCublr TO FLORIDK DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- ASoutdem Railwau SburuaaxiLAlttvATperlor schedules through careerrlr and tranpor anon arranKrraenta generally ewer to the travel to Southern ndLoulullleThallnlIlIltoWTiiBornu SLa1Na from Clnclnuatl t hourLouhrllisnab This Is the talc throe the llouaor western North CarolluaThe LAnd ot the aky FjttltIRailroadtllfel Ingcan frets ama City to iw n1llle via the K CF A Ilallroad In connection llirmingbamAtlantaJau tjuneaoilthrougghSVinlet to the Resort of Florida and the South tnltedJ C1mA rJ1ttN VI80 Chicago iA 0 A Dti IID Iue KTWWashington D O W II TAYLOE A OPrAL- oulsvlllo