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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR 1 JOURNAL II VOLXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1900 9 AJtf NO 103 MT SALEM Bud Dunn It on tho lick lilt D O McCarty who has been in bad health mot of tho winter liable io walt on bit many customers a Mrs J L Dradihaw contended from the start tbat tho Vopuplleani would kill Goobel Ilor husband triad to peruado her to the contrary but oho pelilted and time proved her prophecy trueWe reliably Informed tbat a well known drummer baa been telling thro this country tbat the militIa was not called out In tho cUy of Loulsvlllo un til 4 oclook od election day and that 200 Negroes wero driven from tho polls by the police The froo turnplko just below herb has been converted Into a lake and our communication with tho State of Caiuy le by telephone or oyer the dirt road by way of Green river There le ono place jua below Wwn whore six horses aro required to pull a wagon out after tho load It removed from It W O liradtey seems to bo doing a deal for alLan who 12 months ago ha thought too onery to aesoclato with Goebc U dead and something must bo done to cover up the mnrdcr and who can dolt bettor thAn the oxgovernor IJeeldo politic li sold to make strange bed follows and I believe It for I have heard of republican sleeping with No groei just before an election U has been known for omo time that bad feelings existed between a couple of brothersin law named Smith and Bastln of the New Salem neighbor hood JuitcAdof hcrcand tbolrfrlends havo all along anticipated serious trouble between thorn Meeting fnw days ago they decided to do each other up In regular Corboliand Fliulmrnoni style After pommeling each other for a while with their fiats they clinched nod Smith began feeling for Uastlna eyes but by mistake thrust his linger Into his mouth HaiUn closed down on It with turtle like grip and closing his eye seemingly waited for It to tbun der Smith was too game to squeal and kept op a vigorous pommeling with bs other hand until a neighbor arrived and separated them After snarling at each other for a whllo they departed to tbolr respective homes Smith car ring a very sore finger and badly tat tered shirt and Dasltn showing marks of violence about his face Another outbreak Is feared and a Catling gun and a company of Dill Taylor militia may have to bo sent hero to quell these two disciples of republicanism NEWS OF THE vwINAIE Capt N G Butlera prominent and aged citizen of Adair Is dead Dr A II Daugb county clerk of Ru ioll Is dead and Attorney JEHays Is very ill The Advocate says M J Farris bought the two story brick adjoining its office of Dr Gcorgo Cowan for S5 Tbo president of tho United Mine- Workers baa ordered a strjlco In the Jolllco district but the reason Is not stated Ilepresontallvo Gilbert has dcsgna ted for appointment ala cadet at West Point Alvah S Llllard bf Jcsaamlno county a son of Eph Llllard In tho CIUO of Laurel county versus the First National Dank Judge Brown decldea the county lies no right to tax the stockholders Tho plaintiff appeals Utc case in II tight which afoso over a game of craps In a blind tiger at Corbin George Harp was shot and killed by Llout Abncr Early 6f tbo Corbin ml lltla company and Early and Tames Sulfrlge were cnoh wounded In tbo left arm Early recently returned with his company from Frankfort Editor C E Woods on his return from the J ast was kind enough to say in tho Richmond Climax Tho editor during his journey In the East missed nothing moro than tbo semiweekly visits of his favorite exchange the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL five of which are awaiting his plcuaureablo perusal While hundreds of the big dallies bandied the Kentucky troubles very exhaustively from a news stand point ono editorial opinion of such n man M Mr Walton would havu shed alt tho light desired upon the all abeorb ing question Ono blast from his trum pet wdro worth a thousand Worlds Journals etcetera THE APPETITE OF A GOAT II envied by ill poor dyeptin whuie Stomach end Liver ere out of ibould know that Vr New Ltd fills the wonderf- ul9loutachantllrcrltewfrlrRtresaplendldepI tltQ dlgfstlon tad a It that Inium pctfrct hulth and great energ Only at Iunnya drug lore The populist National committee meeting at Lincoln Nob resulted in u split Tho Middle otthoRoad men led by Jo A Parker bolted and organ ized a Boparato meeting Tho fusion element which Is In the ascendancy in tho committee will probably empower Chairman Butler to call a convention to bo held on the same date with the j democratic convention tMT VEflNON McClary junior band has ordered uniforms The Signal whl shortly change to an clghtpago 6 column quato Lawrence Is the little fellows name who arrived at G C Fishs a taw days sinceLawrouco Grinln IIi JO pounder and has Jnkcn up quarters at the homo of our circuit clerk Manuel Fcrrlll a county cbargcagcd 02 died last Saturday Mr James Prowitt of near flansfortl died Saturday John Drew for kllliog Jesse Child ors was given eight years In the ponU tetnlniy The grand Jury adjourned SaturdayAn newspaper man tells us hoop predates the good school teachers do and adds that they got moro free adver tiling than any other class with less returns In subscription patronage In his county were 107 teachers only wore subscribers to his paper though 80 of them managed to secure and read the paper regularly Rev J C Carmlcal a Baptist mints tor of this place tolls us that he preached the funeral of three persona in ono sermon last Sunday at Flat Lick church Pulaskl county They were Frank McKlnnoy Mrs Gco Smith and Mrs Georgd Darnelt All were burled within tho same hour None of the agoEllsbacourt charging exCounty Judge D P Dclhurum with offering to bribe him in caso ho Bullock was a juror in the- E Wilson case A rule was Issued by tbo court against Bethurum citing him to appear at the May term to show cause why bo should not bo proceeded against for contempt and disbarment Marshal J A Shannon of Crab Orchard who novor lets a horse thief es cape If ho passes within CO miles of his town was hero Tuesday to appear against Dick Owens for stealing J M Crawfords horse from near Drodbeac two weeks since Owens confessed and was given two years This is Shako nons seventh man captured on above charge within tho past 11 months An that have been tried were convicted Jackson Hlckman Clinton and Car- lisle aro names of Kentucky counties There aro county scats by same name but neither Is located In any of above counties Grconup and Harlan bavo capitals named for themselves There are 33 po tolccs In U S named Washington and 17 Washington with varl Qua afllxcj ML Vornon shows up with 23 olllcos Names of ofllces beginning with tho word Mount comes In to tho tune ofl30 with anlxe alt the way from Mt ZIon to Mt Morlab Kentucky has a few queer short names for some cubes which might indicate tho people were short on alphabets tbo locality of O Ep Ned Ida Dot Joe Dot Eve Sip Vox See Spa Ega Uno Ino and Gent Wm Parsley was down from London Charles Simpson has moved to this placo from Grays Mrs James OMarra of Mlddlcaboro la visiting hot relatives hero Mrs Louis Byrd of Plnevlllo was here Monday John Mageo Wm Fields Harvo Mink of Livingston wcro hero Wednesday W SulphurTuesday returned to Norton after a visit to her mother Mra Margaret Fish Mks Dovo Lotohcr was called to Lancaster Mo ay evening on account of serious Illness of a relative The Miller House U keeping up Its reputation as a first class establishment To Mrs Miller touch of tho credit is duo M 0 WIt llama was with us u few days since LouisvilleInezGreen Dr Punnlngton bought a house and lot of T J Cress for 9000 W F Champ was up from Paint Lick Sun day Lytlo Adams is quite sick bf something like pneumonia PASSION PLAY DAN Dr J J Lewis will deliver his famous il lustrated lecture on Tho Passion Play at the opera house in Danville Tuesday night rob 27th This lecture has boon given by Dr Lewis over 2000 times 100 times in Boston alone and has received tho unqualified praise of press and pulpit The vlows are life size highly colored and aro manlpula ted by Mr Frank Beard the finest ster- eopticon operator before the public no gets 93 per day and expensed ThIs Is tho year for tho reproduction of tho celebrated Passion Play of Oboram mergau by the dovout peasants of Bavaria and Dr Lewis lecture will depict It In all particulars as vivIdly- as It will bo In tbo mountain fastnesses of Oborninmorgau Although this ia a very expensive attratlon the prices will remain aa usual 50 and 75 cents Reserved scats can bo had at Marra drugstore In Danvlllo Thursday 22d This is tho only opportunity that the people of this sectIon will have of see lag this noted lecturer this year Elijah Drawer a gown citizen was drowned In Jackson county MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Ilornco Jones of Qulnoy Ill took carbolic acid because hu sweetheart declined to go to an opera with him John Baker of Leslie county do spondent over the loss of his wifudrank a plot of concentrated lye but doctors reached him In time to save him Pete Phllpot one of the leaders lot the Clay county feud who bears the dUtlnctlon It Is said of having killed throe of the Grilling was married in Loxlngton to Miss Barbara Matthews Tho engagement Is announced of Miss Marv Bennett of Richmond Ky and Mr Paul Collins of Fair Uavuu Wash the wedding will occur in March at the homo of the brldoa pa rents Elder J W Harding and wife of Winchester celebrated their 60 h mar rlago arinlversarv Tho minister the attendants and all those present except two or three have passed over tho river and joined the silent majority Mr John Lcullo Sberron the clover young man wbo has run Mrs Sowell Glvens farm for several years was married to Miss Mary S Asblock a very pretty young lady of Rowland at Rev W M Drills by that gentleman Wednesday Miss EllIoDurks tbo pretty daugh ter of Mrs Ronnie Durks who used to live here was married In Clnclnall Wednesday to Mr Claude E Grubbs son of Prof and Mrs I HOrubba The groom Is tho popular clerk In Bonn kors lower store Tho 8110000 damage suit of Poet Arthur Grlstom against Dr W S Woods of Kansas City for alllenallng his wifes affections has boon compromised by the payment of 830000 to Grlstom and the granting of a divorce to Mis GrUsom who Is a daughter of Dr Woods Up at UoboenN Y pretty May Dcrgutch couldnt decide whether she wanted to marry Alfred Klaso or Geo Cahill so tM swains drew lots for her Klaso won but when Cahlll objected they drew again Klaso winning the second time Miss Dorgasch married the lucky fellow Q Tbo St Asaph Hotel was the scene of a marriage ceremony Wednesday when Eld J G Livingston said the words that united the destinies of Mr John W Cook of Indianapolis and Miss Llzzlo B Gormloy of Crab Orchard MUs Linda Gormloy a nloco ol tho brldoand Miss Magglo Livingston stood up with thu couplo during the ceremony Miss Gnrmloy is an excel lentAnd handsome young lady who has endeared herself to many families hero about who will join us In wish log her the realization of every happl ness that congenial marriage brings Mr Cook Is a flee looking man and said urbo a prosperous merchant In the cap- Ital of the Hoosier Stato On Wednesday morning Feb 211 at 10 oclock a number of their friends assembled at tho residence of Mr Jas Utlton to witness the marriage of Mr W O Burns of Livingston Ky and Mss Rhoda Hilton of Tennessee The groom wbo is an oraployo of the L N is an excellent young man Tho bride la a most estimable aa well aa beautiful young ladyand the two hand Bomoly attired mado a fine appearance AS they stood beforo the minister and pledged themselves boforo God and men to lovo and to cherish each other aa long as life endures Rev J B Crouch of tho Baptist church pro nounced the marriage ceremony alter w blch the young couple received many warm congratulations from tholr friends Mr Burns and his brlao took the train for Livingston whore they will jnako thqlr future homo O CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The now 18000 Christian church at Lawrcncoburg was dedicated last Sun dayIiovV M Drill who delivered an address on Why Such Small Offerings for Missions tolls ua that 15 preach ers ottho district attended tbo Epwortb League and missionary meeting at Morolund this week Dr E H Poarco of Winchester also attonded Fine sermons were delivered by Rovtf T W Wails J1I Savage and E C Savage i and Rev S M II111 of Somerset wbo has recently returned from there mado an instructive address on Jerusalem The Methodist Year Book for 1000 contains eomo interesting facia and fig urea The Catholic membership In seven bodies la placed at 8403720 Methodists 17 bodies 580S83i j Bap tlst8iabodlosIl5Q8H Presbyterians 12 bodlcslG101340 Lutherans 201517 r ai8iDlbclple8 of ChristI 1085015 Tho smallest denomination Schwcnkfal doan has 300 members The Christian1 Catholics number 1000 ThoProtostnnt total ia 18140477wlth 132216 preachers Tboro aro U 104 Cathollo priests Tho Epmyt League numbers 1800000 members Charlie Thorpuf who has ridden over 7000 races and many of them winning ones hai retired from the turf on au count of his health 4 LANCASTER Mr W O Owgley died this Friday morning at 5 oclbck at the homo of his mother Mrs J Will Poor alter a long Illness Upn J S Owaloy Jr and Mr WIt llama Burch were hero Tuesday Mrs U b Simpson T J HAtcher and G S Grcbnleaf bavo not been well for several days A marriage license was Issued hero y to Mr John Vandiver and tills Anna Leo of Lincoln county On Tuesday Mrs Jobn Duncan who resides about eight miles from town left her little child alone when ita clothing caught fire and It was burned JO death On Wednesday a marriage license was Issued to M William Richardson and Miss Sajah Howe both of Madison theclerksA member of the firm of E C Gaines ft Co has retired and W D Ball and Gaines have combined their grocery stores under the firm name mentioned Joo Nlcklass barber shop will be mov ed Into the room vacated by Dall Mr IL T Logan who le a close observer of events and saying tells mo that Maj McEldoy told him that his MoElroyu grand father grew a full set of teeth at tho ago of 81 add that he died at tho ago of 128 without a decay ed tooth Capt Boston Dllllon who has been a aufTercr for years with paralysis ia gaining strength andbas much better use of his body appearing almost as a new man This Is said tobe due to the fact that ho Is taking tho magnetic treatment which Is administered by somo ono In Richmond who graduated- at Nevada Mo Our lawyers who asked Judgo Sauf lep to pass on the writ of prohibition in the case of tbo town of Lancaster against Hunloy Singleton will likely get a hearing at Stanford next week when they will agree that the judg moot of the court shall bo operative although rendered out of the regular lerm at this place Miss Ella T daughter of Mr and Mrs II C Arnold died Monday in her 12th year The remains wero followed by many friends and relatives to Lan casterccmetcry Tuesday where they wero burled Her tender ago and pur Ity should console the bereaved pat ants aa they may know that she Is In a brighter and bettor world The sensational drama A Night In Chinatown will draw a large crowd to the opera bouso next Saturday night 24 The scones showlug tbo truo char acter of tbo Chinese their doings In their opium dons and tbo thrilling res cue of their victims from living dens of snakes will make the play highly attractive Admission 25 35 50 and 75 cents Reserved seats at Stormes drug store County Clerk J M Duncan Insists on tbo Immediate repeal of tbo law re quiring husband and wife to bo eopa rated while taking the wifes acknowledgment Ho asked a man to retire tho other day which ho did leaving the door ajar and gazing back with a look of vengeance Duncan read rap Idly with a trembling voice omitting about half the deed and Invited him In Mr John S Baughman Is recovering health Mr J A Deazley la rejoicing hlaiBradley was summoned to the bedside of her alslerinlaw Mrs T Z Morrow wbo la very sick at her homo In Somursdl J Herbert Klnnalrd rep resents two excellent fire Insurance companies and will solicit risks In thla county John A stone has pnoumo min Tbo bill Introduced by Representative McRoborls eoeklng to make It unlawful for a judgo of any court to make a speech advocating any political measure or tbo election of any man or to bold any position in the organlza tlon of any political party is absoluto ly IUnnd appears to bo a republican schema to muzzle the best informed men In the State the majority of whom are democrats But whether democrats or republicans they are men of honor possessed of tie highest Intelligence and just the kind of men wbo should express themselves on all public questions Besides It passage would destroy tho freedom of speech which is guar anteed to everybody Such a law could not bo enforced and the bill will not to passed Societyhasmuch aa the president hay finally declined lo liquor soiling In the army whether by enforcing tbe anti canteen law as passed by the last Con or by such a military order as ho could havo issued aa commander in chief wo turn onco morQ to Congress and ask that it will again and In terms that no attorney will dare misconstrue forbid all government liquor selling In accordance with the requisition of tho Grout bill 1eA Negro at Toledo 0 who cut a white man was arrested tried and sen tenced to six months In the workhouse all insldo of 20 minutes NOT CERTAIN THAT TilE UQERS Are On The Run I But the people of Boyle County are making vigorou efforts to get first picks at the closingout sale of our WinterStocki e Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frohman d Cow Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee satisfaction as to workmanship 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 Math Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered I0000000000000000000000000000000000005 o 0- g WB c OJ E T1 g 0 DRUGGIST STANFORD a gOPERAHOUSE I1LOCIC g o Books Stationery Wall Paper Paints g g Oils and Varnishes o 0Spoelal Attention Given to the Compounding of Prosclptlons Scicntldcatlya oandwith CaroGo Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g Office Long Distance Telephone oo a 0- 0000000000000o0000000000000000000000 =b== VV =fi I jOB LOTSe a 1Tho season is about over and we have l f II IJ hOTSof STUFF You can aflbrd to try at the prices made Lot of iI smallIf I quality but old styles 00 and 75 cts per pmIrttr Ladies and Blisses liubbers last years broad toes 15 c- tsMENS Ii tii1 FINE SHOES ii ttj Latest style toes leather lined heavy soles if X150 Heavy Boots solid as a rock 125 I H J MROBERTSfri L y PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books t StationeryPaints K lf r And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FEB 23 1900 W P WALTON f SIX PAGES THE efforts of certain papers and persons to produce a public belief that Goebel was shot from behind are scarcely worth serious consideration Obviously the purpose of the unavaUI lag effort Is to relieve Taylor of suspicion if not the conviction enter tained by thousands of people in and out of Kentucky that he has a guilty criminal connection with the assassina tion If it can only be shown reason j that the fatal shot was not fired from the executive building but from a point to the left and rear of Gocbel then a strong link In the chain of evidence against Taylor is broken Let u see If this bo true Assuming it to bo a fact that the assassin fired from Goe bels left and rear to our comprehen sion this fact Instead of tending to exculpate Taylor would evince more elaborate preparation for the murder and a more careful attention to the details of Its execution than has general ly Men accredited to the conspirators Let It be kept steadily In mind that there were four shots fired after Goebel fell These shots may have been aimed at his fallen body or at Jack China or both We do not know But we do know from undisputed testimony and from universal concession that these last four shots were fired from the executive building no matter where ti first was fired from It is absolutely inconceivable that there was not a previous understanding between him who fired the first shot and him or those who fired the last four shots This much will certainly be conceded The position of the man to Goebels leftaod rear and the position yt those at the executive building who fired the last shots would therefore indicate that the conspirators in planning the murder had resolved to allow Goebel no avenue of escape They had determined to practically surround him to take him in front flank und rear If the rear assassin should fall la his workjthoso in front were to complete it If Goebel being attacked from the roar should endeavor to escape into the Capitol I building the assassins stationed at the executive building could cut him off It would seem therefore that the advo cates of the rear fire would only add to the strength of circumstantial evident against Taylor and his crowd which the great jury of the public Is now con sidering THOUGH it was unnecessary aa the first adoption of the contest commit tees report seating Gov Goebel and Lt Goy Beckham was legal and bind- Ing the Legislature deemed It best to make assurance doubly sure by ratify lag the action in the cases Accord ingly the Senate adopted the report In separate session by a vote of 21 In its favor two more than a quorum the House did likewise 65 to 40 and then In joint session by a voto of 74 to 2 lour more than a quorum The two nega tive votes were by Grldcr and Trlplett weakkneed democrats Orr did not vote saying that he voted for the re port originally and saw no use of the second action Taylor and his lawyers are claiming that an illegal act can not be given legality by ratifying it and have advised him to bold on He may do so till the Injunction proceedings are heard when If the decision Is against him he had better quit or he will be made to do eo Democratic pa tience has had test enough and the time has about arrived for them to assert themselves by force If necessary SOME of the Prunkfort preachers are waltzing around on their auricular because the democratic Senators wouldnt listen to Rev George Darslo pray and say they may go to hades If their prayers hereafter are to prevent them Prayers for legislative bodies or political conventions are but little more than a mockery and ought in decency and respect for religion to be stopped Few if any members over listen to such prayers and so far as the good they do they might as well be left unsaid We believe In prayer and that those of the righteous avalleth much but the ones usually put up before such bodies are more for the cars of man than for those of tho Savior and rarely ascend higher than the ceiling WlTH a tragic alluadhaughty meta John Marshall strode into the Sonata chamber Wednesday and smiting hIs manly breast said In strident tones I am tho lieutenantgovernor of Kentucky be gad and Immediately went out as ho bad come In Nobody paid any at tentlon to him but the sergeantal arms was negligent of duty What right has a private citizen to try to disturb too proceedings of the lawmak ersi TilE Louisville Board of Trade adopted resolutions of good will toward the L N The INTERIOR JOURNAL also adopts a similar resolution with the proviso that it mustnt do any more but attend strictly to its legitimate business As a political machine the L N can never become popular x AN agreement has been reacbedbv- the attorneys of both sides in iho in junction suits affecting the ofllccs governor and lieutenant governor by which they are to be consolidated and tried before Judge Emmett Field the Jefferson circuit court next Tuesday If pie decision la appealed from both parties are to unite In asking the court of appeals for a speedy decision and if on a writ of error should either party apply for it both sides are to unite In application to the supreme court to advance tho case Taylor Marshall both signed the agreement as did Beckham Carter and Castleman It will take two or throe weeks for thee case to get before the courTof appeals and the democratic leaders think that before the middle of March Gov Beck ham will be In full charge with usurper to contest his right Taylor will hold on till the courts decision which Is bound to be against hlmslnco the democrats have followed the letter of the law and have It all on their side IN his charges to thegrand jury Judge Evans saidtilt is seldom necessary for the attention of a Federal grand jury to be directed to the viola tion of the election laws but recent occurrences in Kentucky have made the States name a stench before all civilized communities This Is duo largely to the attempts to abridge the Negros right given him under the 15th amendment to the Federal constitution The facts do not seem to bear out the statement of tho blindly partisan judge whose appointment to the Federal bench hasnt changed his means or his methods even a little bit TUB Lexington Herald does us tha- honor to copy a number of the editor als of our last issue in its editorial col umns thereby giving a semiendorse ment to thew It Is tho only real good reading that has appeared in that paper for a long time and their reproduc tiara shows that Managing Editor Desha Brecklnridgo knows a good thing when he sees It and that he would out a real democratic paper If the man would stay In Toronto now that he has gone there to deliver an address TilE arrival of many soldiers and mountaineer intlmldatora and threats of assassination caused the court of ap peals to omit the session fixed for yes terday and the court may hereafter meet In Louisville It is high time the intimidating business was stopped Democrats have stood enough and are for war if necetarry to maintain our rights Frankfort and the legislature A bill passed the Senate to make lobbying a felony- Warden Smith of the Eddy vllle pen itentiary refuses to lease Golden Trot tel a convict pardoned by Taylor The Legislature was too patriotic or too lazy to hold a session yesterday but celebrated Washingtons birthday in stead Mr Bagby introduced a bill provid log for establishment of a National military park at Perry vllle In Boyle county A Hamilton 0 pottery concern is turning out many plaster busts of the late William Goebel and finds a big demand for them at Sl each When Cleveland went out of office March 4 1897 the public debt Nov 1 1890 was 1785412640 On Nov 1 1899 it was 209263602442 and climb ingCaseys representative P H Taylor and Sam Rtggs Judge Payntera private secretary fell out over politics at Frankfort and came near fighting at their boarding house In a letter to the Advocates Dr Ed Alcorn says that the Hon G D R Alken who represents a Louisville district in the Legislature was born In Milledgovllle this county The L S N Dispatch has given liup- It says the present Indications are that with the help of the courts Mr Beck ham will ultimately become the occu- panT of the olllce of governor The Owcnsboro Messenger truthfully observes that there arc not 10000 really respectable voters in Kentucky who are willing to admit their allegiance to the republican party The democratic Senators declined to listen to prayer by the Rev George Darsle und he Is on his car over H He was asked to pray by John Marshall who did not have the right to ask him The democratic members of the Senate are commenting already on the tact that Gov Goebol was assassinated just 20 minutes before the hour sot for a vote on the passage of the McChord Railroad bill a coincidence that may have a special significance The Asylum employees at Lexington recognized Gov Bcckhams authority by accepting a lunatic sent there from the Frankfort penitentiary by his order Dr Wiley was absent In Florida but ho would doubtless have done theme think had hobeen there Two bodies of soldiers from Eastern Kentucky reached Frankfort last night and marohed toward the arsenal Some of the democrats think Taylor Is re enforcing his soldiers with a view to holding on to the ofllco If the contests should be decided adversely to the te publicans Courier Journal 21st The contest between Smith and MaI batty fortho scat from Clay JnccsoQ- f and Owsley was given to tbo latter who Is tho sitting member Both are republicans- f Goo V Green got the caucus nomt nation for prison commissioner over George and Landrum Senator GUlls pies right to participate was denied i but a voto was taken on admitting him i and bo was admitted on the ground that while ho had Ignored the Louis vllle session of the Legislature ho had- also Ignored the London rump session Of course Taylor does not recognize as the action of the Senate in ratifying Its former action ousting him from office His employment of armed force to prevent dispossession shows- that he will never know ho is done tor until a policeman appears grabs him by the scruff of the nock and boeom 01 the pants and fires him out of the office he has usurped and disgraced Louis ville Times- Hon P M McRoberts has offered a bill to make It unlawful for any judge to make a speech or publish a card ad Ivocatlngor opposing any public mcas uro or any candidate for office It makes such acts a cause for removal from oI flee but the provisions shall not apply to any judge who Is a candidate for an office to be filled at the election next succeeding any such political service- oractsWriting of the Goebel assassination MrWatterson propounds these pertl nent Interrogatories lilT was directly the offspring of the presence of the mountain aicn In Frankfort How did they get there Who brought them there They had first to be organized In the mountains and then to bo trans ported to the State capital Who or gantzed them Who transported them Who paid tho bills Who Issued the orders The bill to appropriate 100000 for the apprehension of the assassin of Gov Goebel names Joseph H Lewis John K Hendrick B W Bradburn John D Clardy and Wm M Moore commissioners who are to execute bond and arc to serve without compensation Not more than 125000 shall bo expended In preliminary Investigation and out of the remaining 75000 the commissioners shall offer such rewards as they think best No part of the apI proprlatlon shall bo expended In attorneys fees Lt Abner Early who commanded the Corbin company In the earlier stages of the Taylor Insurrection killed In a bUndIa man while gambling tiger and Is a fair specimen of tho citizens of goad character from whom the usurper governor recruited his State militia and special bodyguard The whole scheme of Bradley and Taylor Is to organize the worst elements of the republican party in Kentucky on a military basis and It has been accom dished to an extent that was never witnessed In any other State of the Un ion Louisville Time SAND POLTICS Milwaukee has sent a certified check to Washington to secure the democrat ic national convention Kansas City won the democratic National convention on the first ballotI receiving 40 voted to Milwaukees 0 The date Is early In JuneIBen Wood proprietor of the NewI York Dally News who was born In Shelbyvlllc Ky died yesterday HeI served two terms In Congress George M Davlo of Louisville who took a prominent part In the Palmer and Buckner business died in Now York yesterday after a long Illness In addition to Judge Taft who Is the chairman the president appointed tieI following on the Philippine commission Dean C Wooster of Michigan Gen L E Wright of Tennessee H C Ide of Vermont Benjamin I Wheeler of California Wright and Ida aro democrats and all are In sympathy with the presidents policy towards the Islands Referring to his letter In the C J the Richmond Climax says Of one thing however wo are certain Mr Bronstons council wilt never besought or accepted by the democracy of Ken tucky He deserted the flag in the heat of battle and the contempt usual ly entertained for a deserter will be his portion from Kentucky democrats to the day of his death U S Judge Evans overruled tho de murrers to the Indictments against election offenders and held that the abridgement of the right of suffrage was a question which rested on general grounds and should be covered by gen eral laws and that the law relates to any attempt to deprive the Negro of a vote whether the election bo Stato or federal BRIEF NEWS NOTATION James M Davidson of Barren county committed suicide at Springfield MoMiss Rebecca Fair the oldest person In Indiana Is dead at Dora aged 101 yearsChief of Police Charles Schilling of Newport dropped dead in his office at that place Leander McCormick founder of the great Harvesting machine company Is dead at Chicago Dr Leslie E Keeley Inventor of the famous gold cure died suddenly at Los Anfeeles Cal cJ z H H H tI 0 A nineyearold laughter of P Copeland of Mayfield accidentally shot herself fatally with her lather pistol Miss Sallie E Wlnham has filed n breach of promise suit against William D Hunt at Franklin She asks for 85 000 damages J P ilornaday of Somerset and L M Jackson of Ntcholasvlllo have purchased the Cogar Creek coal mines at commissioners sale An Adair county jury has boon ee cured to try the murder case of Morrll Carter at Jamestown Carter Is cbarjr ed with killing Wm Redman Revs Sam P Jones and JT Sexton the blacksmith preacher of Knoxville have formed a partnership to lecture In the South and West next len sonRev B S McNamce of Urbana O Is serving out a floe for beating his w because she refused to try to live walnuts and hlckorynuts tho only Inr ho provided A codicil to tho will of the lato Mat quta of Quccnsbcrry decrees that there shall beIIno Christian mummeries tomfooleries at his funeral and that he wished to be cremated Gen Cronjo etlll holds the British at bay atd Lord Roberta confesses that the Doer position Is too strong to attack Details of Sundays fighting In dicate a terrific battle with tremendous losses on both sides the Boers holding their laager which was attacked CRAB ORCHARD There bavo been several drummers In town this week and our merchant are making orders for spring bowls to Crab Orchard Is still steadily upon the up grade Wo have bad very severs weather tho past few days the beautiful bo Ing 10 Inches deep and we suggest that Mr Fontaine Fox Bobbin and Mr M D Hughes try to learn definitely the relation between the earth and sun and ascertain If possible If there Is to bo an cqulllbrum or a compromise in tho astronomical relations soon that wo may rely upon a better state of wcath ere Tho sympathies of the whole community are enlisted In the Interest of the bereaved widow Mrs Sam Hplinan and sorrowing children and may God especially be wlh the stricken wlfo In nor despairing grief and help her to walk close beside her Savior Who will soothe her sorrow and help to train her precious little ones In tho way they should go The burial took place on Tuesday at 21 M Elder J G Living stan conducting a short service and offering a brief prayer at tho grave tbo weather being Inclement Mr and Mrs M Livingston of Bal timore are visiting Dr and Mrs W M Doorca After spending a tow week they will leave for Chicago their fu ture home Mr A Aldains of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mrs Jane Buchanan Mr Addama expresses himself aa well pleased with Lebanon Mrs Capt Dillon has returned home from a prolong ed visit to friends In Jessamine county Miss Ella May Saundcn spent last Wednesday with Miss LockIe Dillon Crab Orchard Springs has several warders at present Asa McKinney I Kirkland Ind U boarding at the Cover Hotel He U hero to drink the health giving waters and Is greatly proved since coming Dr Robert ledd of Montana la with his father Jr Charles Redd who continues In feeble health Scott FarrIs Is seriously III of pneumonia Mr J King of rcachcrsvlllo reports a sweet girl babe at hIs house Ward Moore recently ot Anchorage reports a line boy Wm Goebol Wm Stewart la fincd to his room with sciatica wattI Tho gentle zephyrs have been ng the odor of oaango blossoms midst for some time and every one has been allllQul Vivo to fix the time and place of the nuptials of one of our fall sex and not until tho arrival of the ro3pccllve groom Mr J W Cook of ndlanapolls on Tuesday last did wo realize that Miss Llzzlcr Cormier was destined to soon change her local hab itation and name It is a universal ex pression that no young lady of our town will be more missed than she as she la a young lady of such varied attain ments In the sick room whcro so much of her time has been spent she barter been an angel of mercy and always with her sunshine and sympathy she performs many wayside ministries thus enhancing tho pleasures of this hIe and we can truly say that our loss will be great gain to Mr Cook wh has so scccesafully won her heart an hand The bride way neatly attired i seal brown cloth with hat and gloves to match The groom was handsomely dressed In conventional black The bridal presents wcro numerous handsome and costly among them an elegant goldI watch and chain beautifully with the brides full name and date the marriage a gift from the groom to the bride another a pair of beautiful gold bracelets a solid silver cream ladle aud other articles too numerous to mention Hero are congratulations aong with numbers of letters and tele grams May every bright anticipation be more than realized May their lives on earth be long happy and useful finally may Heaven with all its and bliss unalloyed be their stern home la the wish of many frlendsr eVALUES AND BARGAINS OPPORTUNITY OF THE Itoolsfllle 1 1 Store ICU 4a That appeals to the reason and good judgment of every body who reeks the best values for the least money Head the list of Specials for this week 4 Domestics J Apron Checked Ginghams 6 cent quality our price 6 centa 1 Case of new Fancy Prints regular price 5 cents sales price 4 cents Quo Blue Calico 4Jc 6 Dolls left of tho 104 Unbleached Sheeting will be soldat 12Jc Yard Wide Drown Cotton Co quality only 6c Yard whip Bleach Cotton only Sc v J Notions I Good Sire Turkish hail Towuli only 15c per pair 16ln Linen Grub Be 1 dozon Pearl Buttons 6c 2 Card of Hooks and Eycsoc SSpools John Clarks Thread 10c Ladles lack Hose only 5c Ladles extra heavy Black Ho e 8c White fled Spread We Three yard Lace Curtains 48c 1 Lot of all wool Socks to close at 12c Shoes 1 Lot of Ladles Kid Shoes only 60c 1 Lot of fine Dongola KM Shoes for Ladies In ems tos only C9c Ladles fine Patont Tip Shoes lace or button only fSc all Not Mcna fine Shoes OSc to 35 Hens Buckle Plow Shoes only i6c 1 Lot of Childrens Shoes loc No 1 and 2 1 Lot of Childrens Shoes 2 to fi only 23c If you need a Suit or Odd Pants for Men Bora or Children wo can save you 25 per cent on anything In this line Give us your measure for Shirts made to order and get In the long list of customers that are wearing tho White Swan Shirt tho belt made m 8I Hyro H f11 I H3j 8 1ib LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros ProsTHOS D IIANEY Manager NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE Coveted with Aluminum See it before buying any other The Dewey SelfBanting Roaster And Baker Tho Condenser has the Fowl baiting thoroughly tinting entire time U ia roasting A new combined extension Step Ladder the bed ladder on the market Higgins McKinney Pxc 0 Bucher Gibbs Avery And Vulcan Three of the best plows made Farmers are cordially Invited to call In aud exam ine them Full lino of Buggies Carriages Wagons itc W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the ReslIaTHE POOR MANS DOCTOR I JebrenCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Ohronio Headache And the groat majority of aliments caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOT ITATTS2SAT35 OR GZIZFX IIIfBut acts guntlv on the liver 23 doses In a box for 25c Try It once and you will never be without it MllForSaloby W B McKOBErtTS Druggist Stanford Ky i Stanford Female CollegeIWILLIAM SHELTON PncsiUKNT Next SessionWill Begin Jany 22nd When J ailClassified and For on S SAUFLEV Lady Principal i Pocket and Principles A tailor who lins made t routers for many statesmen and public men of the country for more than 30 yenta has a curious reason for lilt belief that the country It getting better When I wns first In business he snit I never could put enough pockets IIin pair of trous ers I was one of the lint tailors In this locally at Icait to suggest two hip pockets Instead of one and I re 1member 1 wot culled a benefactor par by my southern patrons You know why of course There was n time wiTen every gentleman carried lilt flask wherever he went That It whittled to the second lip pocket The gentlc I man also carried a weapon pf attack and defense Slowly by degrees the extra hip was dropped 1 think It was the weapon pocket that was dropped first and of late years tome of my pa Irons have asked me to leave out both hip pockets and now I have a few cus tOmera who want no pockets whatever In their trousers As a matter of good fit there Is no question but they are right and I have always said I hat pock ets are the cause of Roost of the baggy trousers you see In the street Hut aside from the sartorial side of the case the absence or rather the ten dency toward decadence of pockets In J trousers It an Indication to my mind that the world It getting bet ter Itrneanstbatmenarenotsotliuch addicted to the bottle or to belliger ency Reform and good Ills go hand In hind t What a Doctor Hays g Jjs not the big accidents bad colds and the germs of disease which are In human being which are respon dine for the pain and sorrow In the world which follows In the track of III nets says a leading physician but the crass foolishness of the ordinary man Now nearly every one knows that when he erotic hit legs he It Inviting adysprpsla Yet does he detfst 1 You a slight cough and Instead of try Ing to stop It you Inflame your throat by coughing as hard as you can al though you hue been told time and gain that by to doing you are only ng gravatlng It To pirate four vanity you wear loots and shoes which do not fit you Out of pure carelctnc you tit In an unhealthy position at table anti at your desk you oat food which you know does not agree with you you drink a large tumbler of water N fore a meal because liter a rMM your reason It not stronger than your hirst i you go away from a hot fire Into the night nlr and then grumble at catch r ing a cold you smoke too mush stay Indoor too much or take too much ex ercise and then come grumbling to us doctors tomake a new man of you I often feel when tomb man whose physique I can see mutt have been perfect comes to me a hopeless wreck that tie but kind of physic would be the rod served very hot J w Boyer of Hock Hall ld who died at the age of 80 a few days ago had according to a local exchange dlt polled all possible doubt ax to whether his coffin would suit and fit Mm An ticipating an early taklngofT he went some time ago ton factory and selected heavy Umber and had It sawed to make his coffin When the burial case wet finished Mr Boyer carefully strctcfied himself out In It to make sure that its dimensions would be all right and get- tinG out and yawning with evident sat isfaction he exclaimed Yes thatll do first ratel- One of the largest reservoirs ever constructed Is to be built by the Chi cago Burlington k Quincy railroad for the purpose of supplying its engines r and shops with water Il will be located five miles southeast of Gales burg a division point on tho main line 103 miles from Chicago The rca ervoir will be 24 milts Jong 1500 feet wide and 20 feet deep and will have a capacity of 443000000 gallons A member of congress who shall be nameless received some time ago a handsome pumpkin from one of his constituents The gift was made In a spirit of irony however as the note accompanying it said I send you the best pumpkin in my garden As its got more brains than youve got It may be some help to you this winter and the Lord knows you need it The esteemed lioston Globe facetious ly asks Can unhatched chicks be thlsllnrI er In a Texas case Judge Dillard de cides that a mortgage on an implanted crop Is wholly Illegal and void From which It wpuld appear that the Globe editor Las sadly confused the crop with the hatchway A Hoboken N Y citizen who locked himself to cat moro than n I great Dane bent tho dog in gastronomy by four platen of frankfurters one I night lately He devoured ten to the t dogs nix Thus says tin envious con temporary does culture and the graces of lIfo assert themselves In set lect 1I0boken60clcty I Ono umnregisteredIllegally in l Now York has been given five years I in Sing Slag and another two years for tho same offense It does not pay to take any liberties with tho ballot box in these days The Adamless dinner at which men are tabooed Is a new fad amougsoclety jjn I An Uutcrprlftlna Girl The Baltimore Herald finds a girl who It up with the mica along with the qv- tomobllcsI A girl who Is making n I venture In tho right direction Is one who proposes opening an old fashloned country Inn In a popular mountain dis net I on sure she says that the automobile will create a demand fur suck places 1eople will begin to travel as they used to do In the dnya of the stage coach and of course they III- neM paccH nt which to slop for the night They will not rare about going to regular hotels even If such places were to be found In the country Ko I am going to make my place as much us possible like the Inns wcrrad about In old novels and run ncroM owe In a great while when traveling In England I am going to have oldfathloucd high bedsteads with dimity valances etc but Im going to lw sure that they are comfortable even If I have to put In wire springs and my floor will be sanded and rush covered and the chim neys will have great open flreptnir In I which there will int big roaring fires Mark my word for II the automobile will open n new field for women real womanly women who know how to raise poultry keep a good table and an Immaculate house Without HindIPltrardof Jim thu IVniunn seems very ordinary by tho alit of I that of Charles L Burn who ron fesAcd n few days ago to Post OlttVo i Inspector Joseph Farrell of Chlcugn that although 1m has no linmln he forged n postal money order The prisoner explains tho fact tllay ho- I forget without panda by lids skill In writing with ft pen or pencil held In ida mouth All the movements neces sary to good penmanship lie Is nblu to mnko with his head He can even put In the flourishes It Is sold and to tint astonishment of Ids friends Inscrilx In thin way these rhlrogrnphtc hor- I rors bnls and fishes and scrolls nt whIchwritIng exports are no proud When evidence which came to his no tire jKlnted to the Immlltts runt ax being guilty of forgery the past olllee Inspector wns loth to believe tin ttntonulit but when the mitn won iir rcMetl he gave nn exhibition of hut I wontliwrlllng which niton Inhnl hla cantors end led thorn to Iwllvve ho night be culpable life confeculiU Is MHldtn have followed the charge It It quite the tad nowndnym to study bird lilt This It one of the after eructs no doubt of the birdies ton net movement The out oftloor clubs ore becoming numerous The middle ofthewlnter season will be spent In j rending up for the spring and autumn practical studies when the membersI actually take to the woods and study the birds In their native homes TheI method of study Is to start early In the I morning with an Instructor who has become learned In bird lore nnd can tell nil about any twittering little vreature i that II courageous enough to light on a bough near enough to be observed The plumage of this bird its habits itsI qualityof tong its particular style of nest building and nil of Its little life nre unfolded to the wondering student I Perry Hutchlnson of Mary vIlleMo recently went out Into his hog pasture on a visit of Inspection Down near the creek he found nn old sow with n litter of pigs and near her was lying the dead body of a huge wildcat which had been killed by the sow In fair fight Perry nays that while he was looking at the strange sight the old vow said Woof whereupon ho lit out for a fence That old sow had a perfect right to say woof or anything she pleated Some humorous things are found in petitions to congress but tho ntlSer tlon of Daniel M1tuge of Missouri Is delightful In Its way Mr Page Niys At the battle of Corinth 1 was surrounded by 8000 Yankees but I bravely escaped nnd wan never ngiiln captured For hits bravery In thus eluding the Yankees Mr Page w uU to be restored to his rank and title of first lieutenant In tho regular army which ho held before tho war A poor widow who was arrested in Wllkesbarre Pa charged with aslault ing a constable won much sympathy In the courtroom when she said that the officer In levying1 on her household good on a landlords warrant tried to remove her baby from Its cradle and take tho cradle The jury found her not guilty and placed the costs on the constable and the justice of the peace who Issued the warrant The court struck oil the latter clause lIen nnd Wio Will Do There was the title of n sermon delivered recently by n Colorado Springs minister It- t understood that ho Is still hiding from tho pooplo whoso names figured in his discourse A Hossvlllo Kan woman died late ly Just after filing a suit for divorce AVhnt a warning this should bo to other women who are wincing beneath the chafing of the marital mar acasIt Is said tho atato of New York will send to tho Paris exposition of 1000 n forestry exhibit of 34 specimens of wood all native to tho state An Indiana man sought death by at taching himself to the tall ota horse A mule would have brought quicker and surer results O visBros MAGNIFICENT SCENIC PRODUCTION OF to UNCLETOMS CABIN Uncut TOMS CAIIIN never grow old There runs tnruuifh It a vela of pathos pecu liarly touching nnd xwcet itnpcajii toe univer sal language of the heart It rcnocta like a prism the Innermost phases of human emotion It Is more than a play Ills a moral classic It argues for two of the greatest themes that can engage the mind human liberty and Immortality of the soul It U iu pure that Its touch alono Is chastening Like the kiss of a child It conquers by tho very Innocence of Its breath In the character of Eva It Is unique Who dues not cherish In memory some sweet angelic child who teemed to touch this earth only as a transient visitor who passed sway with the dozy of childhoods morning too good too pure for us Was there ever a child like Eva Yes but her name U written on gravestones This good old play U unique because It U the only one that portrays that character The scenery In excellent In the river scene one sees the floating cakes of Ice slowly moving down steam One can see In the splendid perspective of this scene several miles up the frozen river and tho undulating snowclad hllla on either side lie like drowsy sentinels In the toircy wnler day Tho plantation scene repre r M typical Southern home with Its man sions Its logcablnv and Its cotton lktd It Is the sunny sunny South It Is a warm mellow beautiful scene fta taut scene In this moil At House night Feb 27th r Used in of Domes I Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in lib pkgs These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front ofilb LION COFFEE pkgs Collar Button tare lion head cut from non IOold and a 2at Made and with motherof parl alike for ladles and gentle Is handy and popular Daisy NeckPin Genuine HardEnamel and Gold Illustration U onl twothirds actual site Color a delicate pink with setting andgoId trimmtogs Deft enamel Onhh ityllsn and durable I Lions Bride Malted free for 12 non heidi cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stamp An unusually Slue picture from the brush of the noted German arlll Oabrltl Nn It Is founded on Chamlsso The Lions Bride The story ls Interesting and we send with each s some folder containing copy of the poem and telling all about IU Bite 15x28 Inches Dorothy and Her Friends A bright cheery picture For 8 lion heads and a 2c tamp brtgbtcheerrnctule cnisnd her rabbits Thb predominating colon are rich and greets Size 1U28 lathes For 10 lion head and sccnt stamp we will man II tinned ready tot b niiBE Uncle toms Cabin l 0 LIFE AMONG t6JLLOWLY Millions i PURITY wD FLAVOR I Stylish BeltBuckle I Handsomely coldplated with Roman I anlsh and set with rut JewelSn lhl wIii hot welcomed for drwedup occasions by the ladles who like to wear different colored sashes The roldlollh roes well with of them Given for lloa heads and a 2ctnt stamp I Ladles Apron I Made of quality lawn with alternate revering and tucks I hem at bottom and Is neatly gathered at waist ft very uperiorandltlllihartlcl Indies Given for 20 lion heada sad a 2ccnt stamp a IFruit Picture I lionlteadaI SO foot Clothes Line Given for IS lion head and a centstamp Made of closely braided cotton threads strong and will givo the best of I aaUlf for COFFEE nothing I Box of Colored Crayons I I Childs Drawing Book A collection of nice outline pictures bound form wills sheets of Una piper between leaves On these tissue page the children can eye and See itFly The box kite now long and comes safely but can spread fly wants one and older also are I never other pure 10 heads a 3c stamp Finewax crayons fifteen dlHercnt colon sccom panlea with out pictures for trace ptetnres beneath naording ment as well as Instruction to hand These drawing books weltogetherTheredrawing book requires 6 heads a ceatstamp Box Kite I celebrated so Thirty inches folded quickly be to EYCI- TAmerican boy interested nailed free for 40 heads cut from Lion Coffee wrapperand a 2 stamp MEN WOMEN HORSES CHILDREI and DONKEYS 1 The argest- Compdny the World picturesque drama ham taxed tbo sttU of the artist and tho mechanic more than other spectacle of which tho stage can boast Indeed It Is not flattery to nay that the Beau companyisseen The scene opens with a mass of cloudy through a rift of which U seen a passing group of angels bearing Uncle Tom to heaven A large gloria of iridescent len or Is brightly twinkling in front The clouds disperse reveal Uncle Tom with angel escort before the golden gates on either side of which potted upon magnificent pillars Inlaid with pearl and gold stand angel sentinels with expanded wings Change follows change Numerous angels appear from out the fleecy clouds which now ear round the scene like a halo of glory In the deep center a sudden movement of the clouds Is seen like a morning star like tho central Jewel In a crown of diadems surrounded by whispering angels little Eva with beckoning hands smiles down upon UrclnTom while the beautiful gates slowly open to great city that beyond It Is a splendid sight to see During the interval of this exquisite cJethe mellow minors of an Invisible choir tan faintly upon ear and the curtain descends upon a picture of the Imagination that one U loath to call unreal Waltons Opera Stanford Tuesday COFFEE andr iITho Coffee the Money Try LION and you will use any It is absolutely Coffee and but Coffee IMantel Clock j STRENGTH the the Naval tho the By express prepaid for Ito lion heads a zc stamp Frame beautifully Stands 6 Inches high A beauty- and good timekeeper I 11aFor lion and line coloringEach papertolag tutu and and lion lion cent IOQ in any lug and lies 1 Best and I Ladies Scissors = I I Itrtmm11111 ItamFor 10 lion head and a 20eent sump Length 7 Inches full site and weight Made of genuine India rubber finished Appropriate for a ladles Ingcase or for use in the household flnelrjIGame u India 1cbealhistory The 111 tration shows of the game usual counters IllIand dicecur companying it I IntverEvery time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else too Dont overlook it t You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists I NOTICEhortlyyour same envelope or package with the lion heads It more than I 8 lion heads are sent you can You always krow LION COFFEE by the wrapper It is lYe by trimming down the margin Ask your grocer for Urge i list Address all letters to theage with thetlonshead In front It I absolutely pure iithepadugoiliustntalpremiumII unbroken LION COFFEU If routed tho day It leaves the factory WOOLSON SPiSE CO Toledo Ohio ifiMWA i TIE INl1JjIlH ii URAL1 u STANFORD KYA FEll 23 900 w t WALTON FOOTPRINTS OF THE UltreverywhereIn i h WOMEN FOR a deal of tTheres between a and l shoe that IsII the best f for the money Women who wear the Ultra shoe r are the best judges these t verysame women are our best advertisements for their praises are unsolicited and their commendations are the sincerest flat terr- i 1001 FOR THIS TRADCe1ARIS 7ONTHC SOL- J 9 gti 350 tH iiMcRoberts1 t Look tit Your Mirror heathytintedful form t These attractions are the result of good health K the are absent there la a some disorder of the tlnctlY feminine organs present Healthy menstrual organs mean beauty everywhere McZLREES Wine of Cardul makes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at the root of all their trouble There is no menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl the busy vfe and the matron approaching tryingcrisishealth strength and happiness It costs roo of medicine dealers ulringspecla1directlonst The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn MRS IIOZENA UTOIS of Ocnavllle montblrIntervalsback but have been enWely relieved by WIDe of CrduL I CO YEARS- EXPERIENCf TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Le L Anyone sending a sketch and ma ascertain our free whether an Invention U probably lentsble Communica UonltrtctlroonOdenUaL Handbook on Iatenta lent tree Oldest agency for secnring Patents patents taken Munn A Lo receive nollu without coarse In the I Scientific American A handsomely tllnstrated weekly Tareest err eolation of any srtontlBo journal Terms I earl four months el told by all newsleiUeriu UNN Co381eroadssy New YorkI qre p Vblnno n i Our fee returned if we fall Any one sending sketch and description Ol any invention receive our free concerning the patentability of same Uow to Obtain Patent tent u n request Patents secured through Ullldvertlacd for sate at our expense Patents taken out through ua receive tpectal tlollu In TUB PATENT Rscosn Journallconlulled Patent Attorney Evana Building WASHINGTON i t Pernicious Papers Boys become tramps In three ways according to Mr Josiah Flynt who has spent a large part of his time for ten years living with tramps and studying them Some boys are born to the roadI some are forced upon it but more are enticed to It Of the children of the third class it has been found that they ore largely what the older tramps call worshipers of the tough That 18I they believe that It ia manly to swagger like a cowboy and talk like a criminal The charm which wild life has for them is often but one form of the mimicry which is common to youth of all ages They have been so toI hear some alluring tale of gnbonllageI or crime and are eager to In similar adventures Flynt says Let everything possible be done to keep these sensitive boys and girls but particularly the former from familiarity with crime Do not thrust despernd ism upon them from the shop windows through the pleture covered dime novels and the flaring faces of sensational picture papers It is this teaching by suggestion that starts many an honest but romantic boy off to the road But It Is not only dime novels and papers devoted to prime from theeffectsof which young people should be shielded Not a few dally newspa pers are quite as pernicious The jour nals that report crime with sensational details under conspicuous headlines are doing a great deal to stimulate boys of a certain type to become tramps and criminals Parents who bring such pa pers into their homes will have only themselves to blame if sooner or later distressing results follow Nearly to the hour of his death Mr John I Blairs faith remained strong in the great granary of the west Having made much of his immense fortune in that region his advice to beginners was Put your money In the yaller corn belt Be It understood that the yal ler corn belt comprises Iowa Kansas and Nebraska In Iowa he owned over 000000 acres of land and In Nebraska 100000 I dont know how large a part of Kansas he was proprietor of says a New York Press man Rough In manner coarse in speech yet kind hearted withal when not imposed on John I Blair was said by bond brokers- In the street to be the most difficult of men to negotiate a transaction with If there is an exception it Is R T Wilson With both men it was always a case of grab everything Ifa promoter shoved an enterprise at Mr Blair the old man immediately appropriated 65 per cent of It locking up the remaining five as a guarantee of the promoters good faith An exchange says a man fishing In a New Jersey lake tied his Une to his wrist while rowlpg slowly A 20pound carp took the halt drew the man overboard and dragged him a long distance In the water but he finally got ashore and loosened the line The fish ran away with It One tlmethe carp rose to the surface and the fisherman saw that it wu two feet lonj and evidently weighed 20 pounds The one who started that story might have made that fish a few pounds heavier and made his story weightier Otto Grantz who recently discovered a very rich gold mine in South Dakota is getting letters from people allover the country suggesting uses for his w altb One old lady said In her letter You have had the luck to find so much and I so little just wish you could not sleep until you gave me some of it It is not stated wbat Ir Grantz did with that touching appeal but it Is safe to say he did not lose any sleep over ItIMarylandmuch as the king of England used to cure scrofula the kings evil Its a local notion that if the mother of wins butters a piece of bread for a child with that cough the child will be relieved Mrs Lowndes has twin sons and Annapolis Is iu an epidemic of whooping cough Consequently she Is kept pretty busy buttering bread From a western Colorado postmaster to the department at Washington Ileas except my resanatlon of p m- of tho government at this town i haf been alactcd j of the pease school ommlsner said duties perventlng me from bltin off more than I 3hn chnw by trine to kill three birds with ston Ybres respectably A tenyearold Boston girl on her way to school turned to throw a kiss watcMngberlittle one had just left At that Instant n beam falling from the topof a building In course of construction struck the child on the head killing her at once Some of papers excited to violent denunciation by the report that two American prize fighters are to meet in the ring In that city next year They think the pugilists should practice their brutal trade at home Tn Paris you know they fight only with swords and pistols A woman In a New Yorlc divorce case ha put on record the assertion that a woman who paints cannot be a lady She can if she doesnt paint herself or In case she does If she only uses iodine suggests a facetious contemporary ri TombI been on foot to secure battle flags of all tho regiments which served Under Gen Grant during the civil war and to have them placed in the alcoves of the Grant tomb at Itiverslde park The work has been undertaken at the re quest of the trustees of the Grant Monument association and every state has wLlchrtight gloss cases which have been made under the direction of the architect of the monument Some of the cases are already In place Acageof steel outside each case will protect the flags from thieves and souvenir collectors Only a withiconsent received before the flags canbe delivered Two flags have been received from Ohio two from Missouri and one from the Army of the Tennessee Iowa hus promised to wake contributions One of the Missouri flags was obtained through the efforts of Mr F D Towns end general passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific railroad New York stole was asked to pomply and a bill was Introduced into the legislature lost winter but It wits opposed by the Grand Army uf the Rcpubll and was defeated Hie nature of the bill was misunder stood at the time it Is said and the feel ing In regard to the matter has changed Many of the flags are tattered dfcol orcd and so flimsy that they are almost rendy to full to pieces Same of them re niulnrd In the possession of the union troopiu a result of a sacrifice of much life Tho collection will prove highly Interfiling to visitors to the tomb Last year there reached the dead letter ofllce 0853933 pieces Included in this large number were 25624 letters which were absolutely without an address and of these 12443 contained money Probably In some of these eases time result was due to absentmindedness but making this allowance jt not about time to revive the old pro Session of the peripatetic writing mas ter urif that bt not practical would it not be a good Idea to establish a chair of letter addresses In our colleges or to enlarge the study of penmanship In the public schools by Including Instruction In the useful art of addressing an envelope so that over 0000000 letters may not go astray In n single year A getrichqulck man is missing in Philadelphia and each mail brings an average of 40 letters from his dupes He made a apeclaltor hunting up young mtajnit come into possession of mqney and Inviting them to take a yacht trip during which he persuaded them to open a branch of his Investors trust with his own shadowy cqyicern as the chief depository The yacht that figured In the affair was an old craft and passed through the hands pf a succession of confidence operators Boston appears to be the heaviest suf ferer from the absent hanker The Chicago TimesHerald editor has made the discovery that a boy is one year old when he la born that a blcy chat has run a century when he com pletes his ninetyninth mile and that the completion of the nineteenth cen tury occurs 1609 years after the birth of Christ Why didnt he large rowed mathematician of that paper settle the century question some time ago asks the Aurora Beacon and save all this argument about the beginning of the twentieth century Instead of keeping so still when he knew hall the title e The farmers of Muscatlne Island la wbo raise sweet potatoes melons gar den truck and other tender stuff have mode arrangements with the Daven port weather ofllce to receive the warn ings and forecasts by telephone Two high staffs will be placed at convenient points easy of observation by all the farmers nod on these will be displayed the proper flags In accordance with advices from the Davenport weatherman The weather Is an Important considera thin to thtse farmers In the spring and fall particularly Money close allOT r the world though It re Is nil abundance for all legitimate purposes says an exchange Only those who gamble In one form or another feel the pinch This is not al together true but there Is enough of truth in It to warrant its publication At the bedside of their dying father in Houlton two brothers lately quarreled over the division of the estate and one kicked the other in the spine ren dering him a hopeless paralytic A man in Kansas City has received 5000 damages from a person who called him a clabberfaced barnacle Originality in epithet Is so rare nowa days that this seems ungenerous Owing to the risk of fire from leakage of electricity the insurance companies era warning their patrons not to use Incandescent lights in their windows for holiday displays The latest wrinkle In market garden Ing la to keep tomatoos in a green state In cold storage to be ripened by putting Into heat and sunshine as wanted A late report says that the meat of a sheep killed by a dog fatally poisoned a KaUmazoo Mich girl That was a case of rapid rabies iNewYear N TIME there are no reds at in music Timo was in the without a beginning and time will lie ever and forever On A and on and on it goes pertvj age and tasking no record of day Na tura non taltat nature never made a breakor arouse It show no chasms anywhere in Its majestic course Man though for hit convenience or pleas ure or profit establishes time sadsea ions Thus he says the first day of Jan uary shall be termed the beginning of a New Year The Roman with an acute poetic sense that pervaded all their work elected to have the dawn of the year show in March the first spring month when nature kisses new life into everything and robes the earth in gnnnenta of many must have his pauses and starting point It ia not so much a question of sentiment at of necessity that dates and seasons be fixed The success of business life depends upon it and a nation with out a chronology it a people without a his- Tory Each year must hold its own erenti nor may one trench upon the other Leaving this line of suggestion one is- led to the thought that these year posts of mans time offer opportunity for reflection upon what has been and what may be Each New Year day tells not only the new birth but also of the year that ia aepul tured Here are presented in bravo coo trait life and death Aa the old passes out the new cornea in So with man and all other animate things The king ia dead live the king So one lesson after another may be learned if one be but a willing pupil What the memories of the just dead year What the sins the errors the follies r What the good one did and what progress In the knowledge that is lasting Ahl the year is to one and all of Uj but the Impression remains These years one by one are character builders each adding to the other until the mortal changes to the im mortal Looking backward what is the reckoning Whatever most of good or of ill the Year is It hand Let tne IIIOUntioi- be Jut that one may be abler to meet and righteously the thing that are before One should recall the error of the put not that he may mourn over them but that he may gain strength for future It niggle One need not give the whole of New Years day to the forming of good resolutions Alas there le many who do vow overmuch at such times The hallway of the New Year like that of hell is paved with good intentions One may resolve and resolve again and swear lustily in confirmation of such purpose yet all unavailingly because of the of his being lie acts the better part who reflects and Is not rash in promises Not the same to all ill the history of the put year and not two hall find the New Year the tame in experience Hut each year it for all and has in abundance riches of good for every one The year just closed was lavish in gifts the new offers plenty as great It is but to look for it fearlessly and the searcher will be rewarded The old was and Is not The new is here with its portents A warm heart for the year juit dead And a glad hand for the one that is newly born- WILLIAM nOSSER CODDE Timv THEY IIOTII OANIIKO ic ColdeckWhat waa the difference 90 old boy between you and me at 1130 lilt nightWGlve tup Coldeck Well you were drawing to a close and I was drawing to a flushCbl sago Chronicle A New Year Declaration Alai no resolution fair Shall on the scroll appear Ill but endeavor to repair The one I broke last year Washington Star There Is more Catarrh In this section cf the coun try than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was suppowd to be Incurable For a great man yen doctors pronounced It a lo cal disease and prescribed local and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced II Incurable Science has proven ca tarrh to Ut a constitutional disuse aol therefore requires conitltullonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured X J CheD i Co Tole do Ohio lithe only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally In doe from drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the They oner IK0 for any calC It falls lo cure enltorcir culars and lesllmohlsls Addiem FJ CIlliSKV t1 Tolelo 0 Sold by lru Hall Fatally 1Ihare the best AN EDITORS LIFE SAVED UY CHAMDKULAINS COUGH I REMEDY During the early part of October 1600 I contracted bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I fear ed that consumption had appeared in an incipient 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 u bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was immediate improve went and after I had used three bottle my lungs were restored to timer healthy stateB S Edwards IuhlUbeer of The Review WyautUIl Fonnleby Craig A Rocker Druggists At Bloomtleld Ia Jasper N Sutton was killed by LIgo Eastburn who bad called on the formers daughter and who bad ejected him from the horse t I OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth T If not The Weekly Enquirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The result has been as COtlO5IYear Population Year Population 1810 7239881 1880 31443321 1820 9633822 1810 3tS583J1 1830t 12888020 1880 60165713 1840 170S94S3 1890 82822250 1850 23191818 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the topulatibn- of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually yearTHEto engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as fotlosITo the fintnumtecirrett gum r WrJ W00000T- otteiwoad 150000 To the thIrd 75000- To the fourth 50000 T lheflfthi 25000 To the tilth 20000 150001ToTo the aext60ueh50amoaatiagto 250000 T9thin ztlOOicSi25amoanu8gl 250000 Tott BMt600euh 0amouBtiaf 500000 To the nut 1530 ueh 15 amounting to 765000 2197 cash prenntt amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided Every guess on the above proposi tion must be accompanied by a years subscription EQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEECLY ENQUIRER This contest will lose a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the Director of Census at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER Send all orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio FIRE t LIFE A OOIDENT INSURANCE OnlY the best companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 R U MAHONY Agt Stanford r 9 LOTTISVU TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from ln Ion Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring Information a rates to Minnesota Mcbraski and points in the far West including ValcllornlaUhould address Me Frank J Reed Gen Pass Agt E If Bacon Via llasr Alt WU McDoel Vice 1res W Gen Mnr Charles II Rockwell Traffic Mngr The NEW HICTMIBIEER YARD J A ALLEN w CO Contractors and Builders Stanford Wo have opened up a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Strict onpcwlto Dr L n Cook Wo will keep on hand all kind of llulldlng Material such as Poor Sash llllnds 1ioor log Ceiling Yellow Ilno Casing and ilase Corner HUxk ltase Hlock llrackeU Spindles Turn Column Gable Scroll and Kancv Shingles different sires In Molding Laths Shingles Bttel lioofng and will gtao keep on hsnd all kinds of Rough umber Wire Fence Post and In fact everything that Is kept in n tlnt elasa Lumber Yard Call and leo us It will be to your advantage J A ALLEN A OO THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Thilis now the mot uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anaatlgmat Lenses the new discovery in optictl science to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER r Just received t large stock of the very Latest Designs irk 1oulditgs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from the dimple photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among the lot le limo SOW French Fleur mouldings peclally for suitable qelicato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Onion antlall pictures that roo- dulro a dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and got our prices Wo will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite poet Office Danville Ky FourFast Trains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIOAN AND CANADA POINTS VMVT3 14 trans every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sleepers on night train Vettibultd Iarlor Can on day train = Otu- Inlnnr wiilwli 4 trslns every on SutuUy TO INDIANAPOLIS i 3 tulns en Sunday YTo CHICAGO VestllHiIeil trains Standard and Corarottmctit ISloping Cars larlor Cars and CafA Dining Carra 9 Ot cASST Or Cut CunNU SAFFNNaecO 4 0 r s new Orleans Houston 0al veston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Queen and Crescent wr nutrMaGF t atau From Cincinnati arid the North 80 Miles Shorter than an Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules Qnlt One Change Cars to Jackson Vicksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etcIstar rat i iA I CHlAIECTFt7001rfeelln JJerlIItlllJhlpIor7lttlllilIreteyraP tfIr fend for r ryrar9ut ourgvlrlleJYyi 1EITER1ORJOURNAL INPOKO KY FED 23 igod 2 O WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER u ITS boil materlal combined with1 goodIteIn our proscription work Penny K Store IrPERSONAL AND SOCIETY SOSSIP Ins SINK illvery 58 nETTlE WKAUEN visiting In igton RN to the wife of Wesley IIolu a girl t8 R D IUILOO U with friend Ivlnjjeton of Lebanon was era WedneldayIMiss BETTIK DKBOUOB U with friends at Crab Orchard MK8 M A IKKWlTT of Louisville with MM W P Tote MR T P SllNic hut been down with rbunclei for several days MR J O MCCLAttY made u business trip w llookcaitlo this week W W SAUNDKUS U at Livingston clerking for William Fields OR U bL PHELPS of Paducah was with old friends this week M S DAUOiiMAN attended the sales at Lexington this week J D FEKNY of Richmond Ith his brotherinlaw Joe s1I rt R Go DSTKlN will be at the runda Utel tomorrow 24th one 1 only T UJIAZLEY has rented Mrs r i Ttraans house and will move tow r suJoB 3 GiuMus of Eliza ifa U visiting his brother Mr Grime W8 comes from Mlllorsburg that a daughter bat blotted the union Jr and Mrt Sanford M Allen JR UEN 11 HAKINO of Rich jond 4al hero yesterday on a visit tone of Lincoln county prettiest girls Mn WII TRAYLOR Is down with iirnailsm and M uses Nellie Mor bon en a Palmer arc out waiting on R AND MRS F K TltlllllLK re nee from their bridal tour Wcdncs e and aro vow happily domiciled at Sala Cobb rv8UcORUBKSTOst has boon tinted chairman of the Casey coun mmlltoo to secure subscriptions 7 monument fund 0 S L Y ANTIH of Lancaster hat I Mrs Kixto Duddcrars residence bit wife will keep boarder while i run a livery butlncct i LIAM FIELDS of this county bat t 7e out W C Mulllnt l Coa big IAI Livingston and wilt look after tV ho It not busy on hU farm FL UtCK of Danville who was ue day told ut that ho had given o notion of going West and would Indent and mowers this season 0 GENTRY sends ut a copy of the Cruces N M Republican giving phlo account of thg looting of u it there by a couple of horsemen f D ADAMS and David Skinner who o hero from Ilutlouvlllo Wcdncs told ut that everything was In not for a flno performance of the onvlllo Minstrels lonlghl LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work TOiiACCO canvas at Severance onlI NEW laces and embroidery at George Farris is Gos WARREN Si SHANKS want sumo first class froth yellow butter BUY Oliver plows and never make a stake Illggins Mclinneye ru U IL Mahony for all Kinds of nnco None but best companies seated CLOVER timothy seed oats orchard grate red top millet and garden seed nil kinds Ilill Dock Jl CLK TotS C Tuesday night b Grand ntreot parade of brass ids blood hounds donkey c at- In AIEI A Twaddle of Pleasant Int will dlsposo of his personal jporty at public outcry next Tucs y21tb MACHINES Frank Holuclaw re 3d yesterday 25 mowers and 15 irs of tho Osborno make a number 3m already sold butcher 0Pnull ill bo removed to tho present i flee rooms March 1 and tho pro t r may add a grocery stock WARM spell Wednesday carried oft io snow and loft so much water and that although iti snowed all day crday comparatively little trace is ibis morning Is clear and cold EATIITho CityTelegram Miss Anna M Rhino step f htor of Col J E Bruce died Feb of consumption The burial wok 1 t Peabody Kas Wednesday lntly has the sympathy of a wide of friends LI IrultiIALTON for good watch work iWE will glvo top prices lorveGl Hill Beck kSEEGoo II Farrls fc Co HANSON FIELDS MINSTRELS will bo hero Saturday 1PBE sure to attend the minstrels atI Huitonvlllo tonight The boys are In ship shape for a good performanceI OLD MOCK VII ItD Weath oxford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Due tonvllle IL C Mock READ tbo artier on Undo Toms Cabin on our 3rd page and you will be moro anxious than over to see the show hero Tuesday night 27th THERE It little danger pf o patent medicine man gulling tho people at London tbo city council having fixed the license at 875 per day Tile banks andpostoHlco hero scru pulously observed the 103th anniversary of tho birth of tbo father of hit country but the rest of ut were too poor to bo patrioticFINEDSam r one Ilockor Ed James Vctslo Simpson WIIICraigandc Andercon Carr all and between 10 and 14 years old caught a W fine each In Judge W R Cartons court for disorderly conduct NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAXPAY ERS Property upon which taxes are not paid for 1809 and all duo back to 1893 by Saturday March 3 1000 will be advertised for tale for same without further notice O J Nowland marshal town of Stanford by L R Ilughos THIS onlco has jUKt gotten out catalogues for E P Fatilconort big jackI sale at Danville Wednesday March 7th Besides some of the finest jacks In Kentucky a lot of famous jennets and stallions will be told Capt L M Dunn a fine auctioneer will do tboIsoiling IN ndox o mortgage book yes terday County Clerk G B Cooper found that only blx mortgages none for largo amounts were recorded in De cember against an average of 25 for that month whlon shows that our peo plo are living within their moan If they are not prospering MYoId horse Is as rood as a tape lino on measuring a mile said Mr John Bright tho other day I bavo counted several times and It takes just 700 of his steps to make a mile I am a great counter you know and when I ride alone I count fence posts rails trees or anything that comet In view ho continued WEDDING oIN Cot EuLIFEThis otllco It In receipt of an Invitation to i the marriage of Mlts Lutllla Viola Givens daughter of Mrs Annie May Given to Rev Charles Daniel Doug lass at the residence of the bride Feb 23 at 10 A M Reception at tbo 1st nap tist church Bardstown March 2 The bride Is well educated and has boon forJ several years a teacher In the publlo schools of this county TnESletora111xMiss Mario Barnes and Mrs Georgia Duncan hotel on Sanlbel Island Fla advertises for guests in the Lexington papers It Is described at follows Tbo most home like house in the State Clean com fortabto beds Largo airy rooms Finest filtered cistern and Ice water with a table that Is unsurpassed FllbIIng Sea bathing Boating Terms 82 a day THERE arcevidences that UnciaI Toms Cabin Is cover going to die It seems to have lost none of iu irapularl ty during the past decade Of course the performance is given at popular prices but no other attraction would draw the houses this historic drama draws no matter how cheap tho admis sion prlco might be Uncle Toms Cabin has tho attributes of a great poem or a nastorplcco In prose or A vital product of brush or chisel It has filled Its flagon at the fountain of outhI The Davis Company will present at Walton Opera House next TU 8tla 27th what Is said to bo the beet proI duction of Uncle Toms Cabin over putt on the stage f WILL LEAVEUcr many friends and the public generally will regret to bear of Mrs Sato Duddcrars Intention to leave Stanford whore for 27 years she has conducted millinery storo on high business principles to the great satisfaction of her patrons She has engaged with the millinery firm of W D Penner at LoRoy 111 and will leave with her family about March 10 With much sickness and several deaths In her family she has hail a hard row to boo but she has dono so uncomplain ingly and without assistance The mil llnery business Is much divided up hero and tho credit system prevailing so largely by which much Is lost Mrs Dudderar thinks It best to make sure of a good salary and thus avoid the harassing trials of collecting accounts She hoe doubtless decided wisely but her friends wish it could have been otherwise and will ever wish her and hers success in every way FRESH cakes at G H Farrit Gos e everyFridayCo WE have plenty of corn hay and all inds of feed continually on hood J Baughraan k Co TILE Exchange e will bo opcnI every Saturday afternoon Special or left at McRoborts drug store dur the week will be attended to r NEXT WEDNESDAY Tbat Is the the postolflce will bo removed to Mr Vando veers storeroom P M Florence and bo having agreed to di vide tho difference between the rent as allowed by tbo government and Mr Vandovcors price THOSE who wish to contribute to the Goobol monument fund must do so with out solicitation We simply take tboImouoy and give credit for it In this paper in addition supplying the picture of Gov Goobel with his autograph and last words printed thereon Every dem ocrat should esteem It an honor 0 con tribute and will do so without further suggestion We hero received since last issue when we reported 177- 6JGLynn 100IP U Cormlnoy W A Cormlney 25 MOOrtrEvery democrat In the- ounty who know him wolf will bo lorry to learn of the death of James F Moore who was a power in the cause of democracy for years Ho died Wednes day of Internal Injuries received by his borne lolling with him at Wm Alkcns In MIlledgovlHc and yesterday his re mains were Wild to rest In the burying ground at McCormacks church Mr Moore was a big hearted clever man and at one time was in splendid shape A ton Will who Is attending college In Lexington It the only surviving member of the family and for him much sympathy It felt AN elegant little Impromptu hop at Waltons Opera House last night was greatly enjoyed by tbo following par ticipants and many spectators Mrs L Penny Mrs W C Shanks Misses Pearl Burnelde Nettle Wray Annie Belle Woods Annie Evans Bright Lena Bruce Tovlt Carpenter Kate Alcorn Suo Willie Hale Kate LyneJeuamlnean and James Sautloy George A Mc Roberts J W RoutJr T H Shank G L Penny Hart Plckett L L Doty EmbryJrWm Denny Herbert Klnnaird and Frank MarksburyufGarrard A local colored band furnished the music LAND AND STOCK Six shoats for sale John Cook At Georgetown Monday 300 cattle sold atii w lie Frank Holtzclaw sold to E H Benz oy a bunch of shoats at 1IUoasI want to buy a sow and some 30 to COpound shoats Jon Ballou B G Fox of Danville paid 1200 for the trotting Oily Memento at the Lexington sales SyracuseN2OS and other fast ones H C Bottom bought 82 mixed cattle on Cumberland river at Jo Mules are changing hands at SCO to 8100 Adair News Brady Terry bought of Henry D Baughtnan some pound ewers at 320 of T E Wood two 1400 pound steers at 410 and of John S Baughman some hogs at 4e S G Boyle who owned most of tbo stock In tho Kentucky Stock Farm at Lexington has sold It to Dcsha Brcck Inrldgo who will continuo the publication of that good trotting horse paper Tbo Adair News reports sales in its own peculiar way as follows Smith Allen sold to A Dunn five cattle 12 sheep and ono horse for 8185 This gives the reader no earthly Idea of tho price of cither tho cattle sheep or horse and Is u very foolish way to now such sales MJ Farris bought this week In Cincinnati 1200 bushels of corn deliv ered at the Danville depot at 40 cents also bought from Collins of Tennes see a good bunch of short yearling cat tle at 817 a bunch of threeyearold heifers at 820 some aged mules at 840 865 and some 80 to 100 pound shoats 3icAdvocnte W P Grbjjes Is feeding 110 youug cattle on crushed corn and cotton seed meal with fine success Ho also feeds his milk cows cotton seed meal and there has boon a decided improvement in them since ho commenced They glue more and richer milk The meal costs a little over a cent a pound and should not bo fed too lavishly 6n the start Purcell tbo labor agitator was acquitted at Wllliamsburg on the charge of leading a mob Elder Joseph Severance has accepted a call to the Christian church at Mays lick and will leave for that place next weekAt BloomUold IaJasper N Sutton was killed by Llge Eastburn who bad ea lcd on the formers daughter and who bad ejected him froid the house The condition of Col David OCol son continues to Improve but It will bo some weeks tho physicians say before ho will be able to leave the hospital Ito tytj REPORT OF TUB CONDITION orTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTON YULE AT HU8TONVILLE In Ihe State ef Kentucky tt thclo ofbuilneii I h 15Ih1900- RESbUItCES Loans and dllouollIOJ4rsOverdraft secured sod unsecured 4158 2J US Bonds to securt circulation 2fMflanking lions furniture and fixtures Out Irom National JlinVs not Reo tcrrt Afiots 877 Due Iron State flanks and Hankers 3472 Dial from approved reserve agent 33622 Chick and other cash Items n r Internal Rerenug Slam pe S Notes ol other Nations flanks 2840 Fractional paper eurrency nickels and cents SI W vieS 9540 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per tent of circulation M Total J178SIJMMHM MMM LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In VAfXQ W Surplus fund 21000 Undivided profits less expense and taxes paid 2437 National Bank notes outiunding 10710 W Due to other National Hanks 5071 Duo to State Bankt and Ilankrrt 5131 Individual deposits aubject tn check SS022 SI Total 178819 II nmedDanktrue to the bent of my bellerJ 21sdayol 1IInirectors TJ to inswx J 1811 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD- In the State of Kentucky at the close of buslnes Feb 13lh 190- 0RESOURCES Loans and dllcounuSfilrolOverdrafts aecurid and nnncured 4491 3 U S ponds to secure Circulation S 81000 0 Premium on U S Honda 1C ao stocks securities etc 1072a flauklojthoururniturc and fiitures 9200 Other real catatland nortfaftsowntd 5694 2 Duefrom National Banks not Re uY AICDIS 1915 C Due from State Banks and hankers 451 Due from approved reserve agents 30 nan W Chick and other ash Items 2788 Notes of other Nat Banks 3113 0o Fractional paper currency nickels and c 11 3852 Specie 1818 M Legal tender netes 391 W ll4fiO Redemption fund with US Treasurer S percent of circuhition 2405 90 ITotal S48 i LIABILITIES Capital stock 100000 Surplus fund 17910 Undivided profits lest expenses and taxes t242435Natio- nal Bank Notes outitandlng 7t900 00 Due to other National Banks 107911 Due to State Hanks and flanker 34S1 Individual deposits subject to check 141891 3 Demand certlfiratc of df otlt Liabilities other tnajj those above stated Total S31600 8o STATE OF County of Lincolnl II I John J of above name do solemnly swear that the above state mentis true to the best ormr and be tier JOIINjSIcR01IERTSCashier Subscribed andsworn to before me this 21st da y of Feb XO W M U UIII fiT N P L C J S IIOCKKR S H llAtdiiuiN v Direc J W lUriiKM J No 5132 REPORT OF Till CONDITION OK THE Lincoln County National Sank OF STANFORD KY At the cloMof HutlntM Feb Hth 1900 RISOUltCES Loans and IIIOIulll1112IM to Overdrafts trcuretl and iin wurtHl 12944 V S Honda to secure circulation 100000 Iromluins on S ItomU 3141 It Ilanklnghouse furniture and fixture 5000 Due from National tanks not Rewire Agents 7 Il6i8 23 Duo from State Uauka and Hanker 2672 Due from approvel rrservo agenta 61611 Checks and other ash Items Notes of other National Banks 400 IVaclional paper currency nlckle anti ants 334 9 Lawful Money Reserve In Hank Specie 13003 00 Ix gal lenderuotew 1701 00 1909 RMleinptlon from U Treata percent clmibtlon 4240 90 Total ltI1JI09 9J L1A1IIL1TIKS Capitol stock I11 InIOOoooJSurplus fund IC 0 UndUlilnl TroOloleluxl ensciniI tax os paid National lUnk Note outstanding Due to other National Bankt 1022 49 Due to State Banks anti hankers 3317 0- 0IndhlttullIt ubJecl to check 7iS2S3 iIJabllltltt otbrr than those aboro stated 250 Total 4428909 93 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of UncolnwI John II Owsley cashier of the above naraei Hank do eolemnly twear that the above etatemen it true to the best of my knowledge and belief J U OWbLEY Cashier Sulxcrlticd anti sworn to before ma this 19th day of Feb JJ McUOBKRTd N P L Co RKCTAttctt J E LYNN Ill SIUXM IBN MSIEKEK Dlr ctor HIC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call IALSAMmanses rrowtllNHair to io- rf JnbrCuao s S FOR OLIUER fiND BUCHER GIBBS PLOWS REPAIRS IIAND PLOW HARNESS e W E PERKINSI1 JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 t Maple Park Kindergarten E P Foulconer Pror I Buyers from all points win bo on band Entries must be made at once My nextSale will occur April 12 13 14 and 19 Hear this In mind i It Is Not Enough That a Shoe should be easy and well mae It should be handsome aUstylellI 83 Oxfords 250 x i See New Spring Styles Cummins Me Clary Furnishersoata And Still They ComeEvery Day finds us neWthingsREADY MADE SKIRTSThese come in Linen Duck and Coverts are beautifully trimmed and so much cheaper than you can buy the and have them made FANCY PETTI OOATSoThese come neartheSilk Foulards atonceshown and only 35 cepts STRIPED DIMITIESThese are undoubtedly the prettiest things shown in Wash Goods We have somo swell patterns for Shirt Waists 5Pi p FISH NET DRAPERY This is one of the newest and handsomest things shown for curtains We also haveA torISUMMER FOOTWEAR KrippendortJDittmann i reasonable style always the latest and qualities tho best to be found JOHN P JONES Stanford NO GUESSING About the wearing qualities or style of Kelgler Bros Shoes The fact I that they have been sold for over 25 years in this town and that moro Iare sold today than over before Is sufficient evidence that people get their moneys worth In these shoos We have just plated on sale the largest shipment we ever received from d single house of the brand of goods nod we invito wearers of Ladies Misses and drens Shoes to look at the many pretty now styles and lasts showing Wo ha- veSHOES SLIPPERS abooI OXFORDSI- n IIn mack Tan and Patent Leather in Lace and Buttons Wo call es pedal attention to our line of Ladies Oxfords at 82 250 and f3 Wo have not forgotten tbo little tols and aro showing a dozen different styles In Infant shoes Patent Leather Slippers are quite tho thing title season and we have them to 5 in Childrens and In in Ladies Remember we make a specialty of Womens and Childrens reliable and stylish footwear 4 SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court houseMt r r t t- b THE INTEKIORUqURNA L Inured the postojflce at Stanford a4 teeendcloM matter ZuiallhiTuc srwadSrida 4 At 1 PER YEAR CASH N When not sopttd aaOO will be chrged FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Train leave Frankfort 16W 1130 r and p connecting leorgetown with the q 4C IlUirnlne leave Iarls at u30 ManJ54 P x reaching Fraukfort after roonecllo wit- hACtralnsatll2OAst7IOr Q nanl9AS r M The Utter train leaves for Uwn1 715 r j IL NEWTON ui A CRESCENT I Trains s Io South pas Junction City No sea not stop No 3 1160 r VoS 1122 Artl No t 6M r u Going South No2 doesnt stop No 4 848 11 No 6125 r x No 106A ra Southern Mutual Iweslneul Compan- yOf Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED Aa Tay While You Live Oil Line Companies Pay When You Die Over paid In living benefit 8 Kceerve and Surplui- IUUNES WEAR Loci Agent SMITH OMAN Secy Stanford Ky Lexington Ky DR Re COLD STeIN TILT Celebrated Eye Specialist OP Louisville Kentucky Will be at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Feb 24th Returning one day in each month Byes Eiamlnei and Glasses Sclentlfleallj Adjastei J+ G+ 1CGbMY UNDERTAKER Jfanufaclurer and Dealear In 1TABTTE53 SADDLZBTiOI Stanford Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock f100090- Koceeator to The Farmer Bank A Trust Company and uDder tame management owl lot 29 Year Solicits Your Bank Account Boplngauch buslneai relations will prove mutual ly beneficial and pleasant DInr Tons X4 J WUllu1JIJN Jlenefee A W Carpenter W U Comma J E LynnS118banks J K CAlbIr J OFFICERSI S II Shank t J UOwslellashlcr1v AutCahler WiViViniiYi Vf riViiiViViiVfiiViiViVi j STYLISH RELIABLE r JS Recommended by Leading 3p fg1 CALL I L4liTtiHs g NONE HOTTER AT ANY PRICE e fir nei OItln are told In catty g trcrrcuviu iivtninthlnittd C 3 If wee dtlcrdoe keep there tend 5direst to On tent stamps uccl43 ddnn your nearest IiSB TNT cCALL eE 136 to I46W 14th Street Nsw York rf jinivcn OFFICE 5 3 sep Filth Ave Chicago and S S icjii Market St co S M CALISA MAGA7ZINEV 3 Ilrlghtut Magazine Published S e Contains Beautiful Cot ired Plate S 3 Illuitraie latest Puacrnt Path S 5 Itvn Fancy Work u Ar enl S ahII R auiulpeemYmeUalutL I worn tnferurmadotberparne Ear hrlplft per fU = dine a HKIiH return COr = oUIIUIUYnmYNllmm Parfet uVamai JttcJUMe ptothelarEz1uerlluawith goodi aaiuy J1NTJUO1JO mJtlD1orelHII a godhead RockcasflB Cowly Mr Alex Tyree lost an Infant child last Sunday and Mr John Houk one Martin camo In from Junction City and spent Sunday with the home folks Miss Borda Martin of Marets burg 18 visiting her uncle R S Martin W S Cummins of Livings was hero Tuesday Mrs Fannie Brooks of Hazel Patch Is visiting her father and mother Mr and IrsFFrancisco Mrs Geo Hondricks who west to Flat Lick to see her mother baa returned home her motho hav ins died while she was there t Now Mr Editor we wish to say t t the public that we think tho editor of the Courier Journal strikes tho kcyni when ho savs that The honor of Ken cocky hangs its the balance and now the question Is shall It be vindicated or- shalla be trumpldd under foot It Is nil well enough to get tho ottlcea and build a monument to Gov Goebcl It t Is more Important that his assassin or assassins be found out They should be glvfln no rest nor the dreadful tragedy bo allowed to sleep Dr Grant of Lancaster Is praeI tlclng his profession at the Francisco Hotel Mrs Peachle Adams wtfo hi been visiting her sister Mrs O V farrett at Lebanon returned bome Tuesday lilies Bertlo Hilton of Lan castor Is visiting her father and rel tires Mrs Maggie Holman and daugt tor Miss Maymle are visiting friends at Crab Orchard W H Pettus our night agent has gone to Wllljamsbui to work afew days Mrs E Prothero who has been spending a few weeks with E B Protheroe has returned t her home at Cranberry Texas McCORMACKS CHURCH Preaching here every third Sunda morning and night by Eld May of Rolling Fork Miss Mary Powell Is getting up a subscription school at this place She Is a good teacher and knows how to teach the children the way they shouli to This community has suffered a great loss In the removal of Mr W W Mc Klttrick and wife to Clarks Hill Ind We commend them to the people of that State We aro glad that F K Trlbble has at lost found that passage In the Bible which says It Is not good for a man to ba alone and has found him a wife No cleverer man lives than Kenley and we heartily welcome him and his bride to our midst Mr U L Carter Sr was looking after his timberland a few days ago and says timber thieves are numerous J MCarterSr ha3 finished prizing hit tobacco and shipped It to Louisville Eld May failed to fill his appointment here on the 18th on account of the In tense cold W M McCormack has gone to Davless county to visit his brother and view the county He contemplates locating there Miss Sarah McBeo Is visiting her brptber Frank McBee at this place- KINOSv1LLlRev Sam Jones of Harrodsburg will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Hunley Gooch who was critically ill with dropsy has greatly unproved undertho treatment of Dr C M Thompson Mrs Fannie E Carey and little niece Mabel Flint have re turned from a visit to the family of her son at Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs Dan Dineen and baby of Somerset have been visiting Mrs Bettie Penny backer Oscar Mitchell of Chattanooga was the guest of Miss Gertrude Pennybacker last week Mrs Waters Is visiting friends at Junction City Dr B F Walter of Lancaster was hero last week to practice his profession Jesse and Newton Sweeney have returned from Alabama Me Dunn had live hogs to die a few days ago and Wallace Walter lost three Messrs Walter continue to Improve tho town In tho way new sidewalks There Is to be a magic lantern show at tho Christian church on tho evening of the 22d WHAT llBlNl DEUTO SAY ORLANDO 22There Is a very erlous mistake In my article In last Issue and I suppose it is my own mla take I certainly intended to say that Tin summer the earth passes around he end of Its ecliptic and is at the reatest distance from tho s8nJSR a In sending us his semiannual adver Isemont Nurseryman H F Hlllen meYer writes There Is just one farm between me and where Kentucky keeps her bad boys I haye sized up the unch and they are pot irredeemably lad I have a kindly interest In them Iand you may rely on me to further the ood work of your board In any way that I can w HE FOOLED THE BURGEONS All doctors told Kenlck West JolT ran U after mender hem Itonlol litula he would till unless a coolly operation waa erfurmeil but he cured bhuelf with aye boxes or uclclena Arnica Salve tbl surest Pile cure on nth and the beet Save In the World 23 cents a lux Sold by 1enny DruggUt s If tho render of this should chance to know of any one who is subject to attacks of bilious colic ho can do him no greater favor than to tell him of Chamberlains bile Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy It ways gives prompt relief For sale by- Oalg h O icker LIBERTY Tho Negroes of the town have been thenIBunking business will now bo don in the now Commercial Bank building as the houso has been completed with the exception of a tow finishing touch The old building will be convert cd Into a storeroom Green River has been on a boom the greater portion of the winter and the traveling men who are not accustomed to the waters look upon it as a fearful obstacle It does sccin that Casey might afford a bridge of one kind since she Is trying and succeeding tn coming U tho front George E Stone who with his broth cr J B Stone was called to Nebraska a few days ago has returned The lat ter will perhaps remain for some time yet Had the call been made a a year ago the former would have remained to have wound up the law business Mr Winston Bowman who has been suffering some time with asthma Is much Improved A P Young has been sick for more than a week but Is somewhat Improved Miss Carrie A- IlIen Is visiting her cousin Mrs Wlnso Wilkinson H Y Bohon made a short visit to our town last week Mrs Ann Warrlncr and eider Miss Lucy Bow man have returned homo from a visit to Mrs Myers of Kldds Store DARK AND BLOODY GROUND Oh Kentucky Kentucky My land of birth how often have I shed tears for thee Thy hands are covered with the blood of murderer and thy breath Is tainted with whisky You have been truthfully called the dark and bloody ground You are well deserving of the appropriate name judging from the number of uncalled for murders that are almost dally occurring Some ono has wisely said that when Ken tncklans take a notion to emigrate from their native State and happen to get away alive to dwell In another they are looked upon by a good many with suspicion as If they had shed hu man blood Thoy have a world wide reputation aa man slayers What three II evils are more destructive or accursed to mankind than those Tho parents should lay away their weapons and replace them with Bibles teach and instruct their children the golden rull- Love thy neighbor as thyself Do unto ithera as you would bavo them do unto you Also Impress on the minds of their sons and make them commit same to memory and take it for their motto Whosoever sheddeth mans blood by man shall his blood be shed for In tho Image of God made ho man If they will live according to the above holy writ they can sit down In their homes with a clear conscience and sing their old familiar song My Old Kentucky nome in peace happiness and contentment WILL G McKiNNEY Montgomery Ala A LIFE AIID DEATH FIGHT Mr W A lime ofMancbMter Iat writing of his Imoot mlracutous eaca eath asp Exposure alter mplea Induce serious lung rouble which ended In Consumption I had fre uent hemorrhages and coughed night and day All my doctor said I mutt soon die Then I be ran to use Dr King New UUcorery for CODIUUD ion which cornpletely cured me would Dot be withoutlteeulfit root 11 a battle hundred rave used It on my recommendation and all ay It serer fall to cure Throat Chest and Lung rouble 3egularsiaSOcand II Trial bottle tee at JVnnya Drug Store Low RATES TO TILE NOUTHWKST Tickets will be sold by the Monon route from Louisville to points in Arl onn British Columbia Colorado Ida r ho Iowa Manitoba Michigan Minne ota Montana Nebraska Now Mexico I forth and South Dakota Utah Wash ngton Wisconsin and Wyoming and eturn at one fare for the round trip I plus 82 on Jan 10th Feb Gth and 20ib Mar Oth and 20th and April 3rd anda 17tb Half rate for children between fivo and 12 Inclusive Tickets good 21 days returning Full particulars of your local ticket agent or cheerfully furnished with maps and schedules oy- E H Bacon D P A Louisville Iy A Mercer county man has a blood redv lamb An attempt is being made to force h B Nugent tho Louisville dry good 8 merchant Into bankruptcy a fraudulent transfer of stock being alleged The petition alleges that defendan- shut up shop and hung out In trout sign Store closed taking stock while from the rear goods to tho vale of 912000 were removed having bee n sold to Herman Straus In pursu ante of a purpose of defendant tocheai his creditors GLORIOUS HEWS ConIes from Dr IL Cargllool WashlU T He wi Hit Your bottle of Kleclrlc Hitter Jiati I cured Mn llrewer of wrofulu which had lllw htritrtiliuUftluf lor eGno Terrible sore wouli break out on her hlallJ face and the beat due ton could lye no help but her cure Ie cvinplrti sad her hcallli It excellent This shows wha thousands hare rrotfd that lleetrle Hitter the heftbloal furlflvr known its the ulnuremedy forecieiua letter salt rheum ulcer and running soma It tlmulate liter kidney and bowels ezpelotion help dilution buildup s the strength Only cent Sold by 1enuy Drutrlit NOTICEWatch cleaned 75 cttj MOb from tie to TV la watches and dock 73c All work 1lnIrlng saute cut pities A lwork and guar aMrwl For rash only at residence on tan caiter ttreet UUUT 1KNZEU Spring 1900 Trees Plants Vines for Orchard Lawn and harden The stock In of Fruit and Urnamem- alIreealinpeVinroSlnwberry17an1s Aspsngus lhubb nd grown In such an etablll nicnt tlenrral Kunery and Strawberry catalogues to hi bed on application IL AMEYER Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALEOF A Valuable Farm And Residence I Thursday March x 1900 If not sold privately Moro on the- prembeeatO w sell without reuse the taint McCarty deceased ol ABOUT 185 ACRES- on the near PanTlllv Itoyleroan tr Ky The lmprovementatheronconsistofatwo- and and a roomy andydry cellar uoder lhs sour hone lc boue cittern extra Urg- enerertaUingspringandpundriargwe11 pry lnt IsUble together and row hoUle and one 90 by llMfuol barn Fencing 00 InUre plant In gowl condition lid It made up stone wire panel and post and raiL At the same Urn and will twiolda piece Bland of about 2S ere lying in the fork lIb UnfonJ and lanruur turnpikes which uf upon a splendid stone quarry and a guot blacktmtth the followlnR tilt ot firming Implement will all be sold public auction t new Ilcoftlnc IUap r II1w Mower 2 two bone Wiron 2ts ltou- ble Harnrx DIr Harrow Iron Harrow new lalel lmprovtd Wheat Wbeat units 2 ountrd Cultivator Corn Planter half duun land Planters new lay Rake large lot of Tick iborels Forks etc AUo 2 good Work lul1IILI good Work SadJl- emdllaratullorseantMarc5Jerwy Cow and lot of Household and temn tibia farm It In wheat balance In stubble soil rosTERMS For real eMate one lulf mh balance In and months with lien on land M secure eferml i piytuent For ptrsoulty turn of 6or lea cash that oniount rltb Rood nonal security ant bearing lolemI DtMiwIonofpieniltc Riven on or before first day of April EUW1 KAUUKILAdmr WHITE HOTEL w II CAHHIEU IltpU ORBIN KENTUCKY Clost to Iutenger Depot tintclass throughout IUtti2perday Valuable Property For Sale If not told privately beforehand I will on Monday Mar xlth 1900 T Attheroot door of the Court House In London Kr Oder lor sale tot be hUhest and Lest bidder r1 cssb and the remainder In n and 8Iontlu equalpymeDI1 with t per ant ontdate of properly known aurol County Fair Crounds 1 About IioIm mile North of London contain fence Jorge and- ImmodlousAmphtlhsatro anti othet oululldI- ogl Excellent A god tenement ouse and larder lot Two ccxxl with on ojierty J T WllUAMS Laurel County FairG3o Hereford Bull Calves hart for sale two One lhree qusrtr Hereford lIull Glrew for late Or latork and line IudlrM its W To TUCKU 3laywood Ky I o W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I Itb VltalUrd Air 1bjrslclan In attend once Office In tho New Thompson nutldlng 78 American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Parris Cod When You Need Paints OilsF Consult II u Craig Hoeker Stanford al POSTED rJI hereby warn all front lros pulogon farm for any punioM whatever- WM 1AMX1UU Ottenbelr FARMERaie a candidate for Jolter subject to the M tlon of till democratic party lie 0UcHI your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii acnnJIJntn for Jailer of Lincoln CoUllt luujcct to tho action of tho demon alto pa- ty upport II solicited GOOD FARM FOR SALE 111tspringIntl lluitonvlll lh111111H from Danvlll and front llutonvlll forty acre ot the farm la In wheat In fine condition anti then are li acre 0 corn lied H purchaser wants more land I will sell him the entire tract of 123 acres Tnin to IUIt the purchaser Inr further rwrtlculanrall on oraddreM r C SANUItHJl MllledMvllle 0L J T StTTTON Undertaker noatonville Kentucky Oven hla senlue tc the people ofWeat Lie rol1l and Caey countU loll stock of Mans and Calt otialwavion hand DI CarpeoUr Manager l PLEASE READ January Jet the regular tcmlnnnu settling time hoe corau end gone and omeof my jwtron havo not cettleil wUh mo Ifyou aro one of thorn von ore eat rtHueat l to settle ThankluR ono IoOIICltlnEconllnuace a Mlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stab McKlglEY XX OooJ Illpn at rtMonablo prices Sift driven double and alugle for day or night It want to work Conyand adjolnln counlltH McKlnncy tithe place to drlv from horse well cared for tingle feed dayweek or month A share of your pa rousgo r FOX S LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hone and Mule constantly on hand and Jar Salo at all tlm- eeHERE WE ARE With anew atote newgoods and new prim w- wllb to aonounr to Ih public of Casey cur uundlng cuuntlea that THE RACKET STORE Of8lanturdwill open a Ilranch Store at UUrty rlda Feb23Jly61 with a full and cowplete Ine u- tDry Gooda Notions Mens Boys And Childrens Clothing otntber with mens lop ladle uilssn and bUdrenVllooU and Shuns lots Car ladle and Uent urDlahlolt Good and w anaran- tH you thut we will ells lou more good and het let value for yourmooey than any store a lhU or surrounding count WII al ol our gpM- laelthaguanntceai lint cbua goods and nothing- batlow lIu them Com aol see ut and you 1I1110d that weaell goal goods at very low lye toy all our from tbe ictorleaand In lag qunUlltttn4 for slot tubI ask welClI for time thereto we can to rln you good tOO at low prices WI rmitln your for good lrainent The RACKET STOReS he chrapettsUirc In tbe country Stanford and Iberty K- yMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror iticafJter t Kentucky Newly famished clean beds splcndad table Everything firelclaua Porter meat all trains 89i D S CARPENTER Hustonvillo Ky ceiM constantly on hand a complete line t Iluggleft llarne I urnl turo Ac Agent fur Dcorlng Mowcra and Indera and repair Oliver Chilled 1lowi behest made always for snlo Call on him 08 RITH HOTEL F rnAUCISCOlroprletorI AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY heat Hotel n the mountains rate contldcred orter meet all trains Special attention to tree log men HE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky Tbo mot centrally located and only FJESTCLASS1I0telln 2 RATEI Ono block from the principal shopping strict and two blocks from the three principal theatresIStreet cars lutes the door to all pirls ct the City Everything neat and clean rust Like a Mill You take your Whont and COrn to Morrlt edi Exchange In Wm naujh rt nhob In Htunford nnd got In uxchanKo Flour nriu Jenl You can also buy Flour Meal Bhlp Ituff Rrun Chicken dc cheaper atJmy p1 to town A ask bollvlamylex nil I will be good thing for farmers I ploilgo IIber transactions and full weight gouda como from DuUilerara Dtx Ittvor Roller Milia and are Orstclass MORRIS kICED Pel o phono No C8 a A 8 PRICE Sturgeon DentistItitagsfcrrd IOAar lrrbllrU Drug Store In th 1R A llnlldlig JONESOwllrk DENIISTI Phone NIK 48 Over illpftln k McKlnuey 11 Ns B PENNY D DS- STANFORD KY CVORlce at Uesldcnco on Lonraater Btrrct FIRST NATIONAL BANKj OK STANFOUD KY Capital Stock 1100000 StrphstnCS3 61 Tbl IniUtutlon originally ettabUtbd u the Vs posit flank fStanford la IBM Theo renrgaelud u the National Hank ofBUntord la U anlagaln eorganbed u the VII National thank of Stanford h llt2ha bad practically an uninterrupted eilst encetof year it U Utter supplied now will UdllUe for transacting buss saw promptly and lib wally than ever Ufor In IU longtod bonoitbli earner Account ot Individuals SJacUrlennni and lndlvidoaluollcit4 uiaarroat- F 1U1J Unroln 001 JW hIijdo Stanford 8 TlIanlII 811 AaughmtD II J S Rocker II TP Hill wr Walton W A TrlbUe J OolllerCrab Urchd U J Wilier MU Vrrcon N DEItoor Stanford orrltaal J 6 Hoc er TmM nl J J MelloWrlt Caihkr COMMISSIONERS SALE Of Stanford Property LINCOLN ClUCVIT COUUT I Walton Ilalotlir Vs Anderson Cm lie fendtnUlB E UU- yloesecutlooof I judgment of Ik Lincoln Clr cult Court rendered at It November term IKM In the above styled CllooI will on MONDAY FEEL 26 1900IV- Ingllntday of Unroln Clmill Court at the front door of the court lions In Stanford Ky fer to the Mt MUler tbe to- tIowingmaletalrnlhetownofStanfuNKy Firs a lot Iioundeil a follows On north b Myen red by IVput itrrrt on south by the Holon Craig lot and on the west by the llaniMy and Ferris properly rtecoud A hit bounder thus Fronting 20 fret 6lnchea ou the west tide of l epot siren on the south lv the lot of J II and S Shank known u the Cunimerclal hotel on the we t bjr the lot formerly owned by Mn Marx and on the north by the J Mjen lot Third A HOUSE AND LOT Situated In aald town bounded Ihui lIfldonlo take from centre of rallrued anti corner to MlilfAughea thence with line ot railroad S l1 W r1 feet to stake In line of rllroad anti oruer to Walton thence It line N I3Sy W alyy fret to a tau corner to acne In aoulh ldl fstrvet theoc with same N 1IX K 01 gel to stake corner to MeAlUttr thtm with ill line and Mllllt llujbea1 10j ri 184 feet o the beginning Alto A BLAOK STALLION 3 Dln old 18 htndt high marked with a whit- enlponthenueandwhltaol on lower peat of ooe of Oeorge iMctator Alloflheaboveproprtyorso touch therrof M rill aalttty th Judgiuint In said action ud which will on I amount la I7JAM eslendnet-sTIIlMdUFgAuAcrelflof six and twelve iiontha In equal Initallraenla on bond with good nrll bearing Inlresl Iron day of sale end plablltolhColumlnloner Ooinmlelaner TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VIA 3uutfternRalIwaBIorthepneentWinter UIMVAY with cnunectlon presents su tenor schedules through car servlce and trantpor ullon arrangruicuta generally ever to the ravel to Southern KIUULK IUILT TIUINI trout Cincinnati anti lOuUvlllo In connection with tho quesnt Cm InL ItouU via ehattaoopg Jeup anti The Haul SLFKPINOCAK from Cincinnati t icktonvllle with convenient connections from oulivllli via Knoxville Saun- nib This Is the gconlo iLulelhrouBh tile Moun taln of Western North Carolina The Land of Ibe hk Ales through Sleeping cars from Ht Louis tq icktonvlllo In connection with she I 10 Ut L illroad Air Uno via Leultvllle and tbtouglr tllrelolCcara frolu Kantst City to Jacksonville wll the K a F A it lUllroail In connection wllb SotrrtertN lUiurxr via Illrmlngbaui tautoJup end The llant System The fail ausa City Jacksonville Limited thirty el tiht hour from Kant City to Je onvIlle All gunt connecting llncell through Win r Kxcunlon tickets via Tint fcoUTIIttm IUILWAT the Itesorl of Florida and the South Mjp schcdiilet bjoklcttand tnfurmatlon mail t byCUIAStJR P A rAtlauls Chlcao Ill C1lltlltDTree l enl Loulivllle Kr- WIt TUHK O C A Wlultlon U 0 TAYLOR AO P Lolnlnlllo- i