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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I11 VOL XXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1900 9 A M NO 104 IN TOE TAU HREL STATE 8ALIS1IUUV N 0 Fob lOWo lull Moroland on train No 3 at midnight t Saturday and had the pleasure of com Ing as far as Somerset with tho prince of conductors E A Sherman who placed ui in the reclining chair car and furaUhcd us with all tho comforts to ly make the trip to Oakland pleasant The Southern railroad la very nice but It it about 16 years behind tlrao In re gard to pasecogcr rolling stock and road bed but wo cant blamo tbom much when wo uo tho country they run through nftor leaving Harriman Juno tlon Daylight camo on and tbo scenery on route wits beyond my power of de scrlptlon I thought tho od Q k 0 between Somortot and Chattanooga was through a plctureuo country but It It nothing to compare with thli We camo from Knoxville on the local accommodation train to this point and reached hero at 635 r M I believe tho train makes regular stops on an ov orafro of every 30 minutes through tbo entire trip Tho land down hero arc all ready to move ai the tallow toys ehoi already rolled up Evorytlme tho train stopped on our way down you could see a town of conitdcrablo size and most of thorn with two or more hotel What baa troubled mo more on thli trip than anything cits It how tb native mako a living I am attstlrd there U no land In tight of the railroad that would sprout black eyed peat If It would sprout them they woul have to uw a shot gun to plant them with and It would bo almost Impoitlblo 1to gather them They cant make much show for t hardwood I took particular notice at every siallon and will venture a now hat that Moreland bat moro hardwood stowed In her yard there now than saw after leaving Knoxville My wife WM tbo only lady on tbo train betwee- IIarrlman Junction and Knoxville an between Knoxville and this point they teem to be scarce After leaving Knox villa and at every station you coul look out and tea the platform line with real up to data looking young men and perbap two or throe girls When I get back homo I am going to look around and find a supply of women who want to marry and try to Induce them to mako a trip to tbo Tar Heel Statet for they are certainly scarce articles down hero We reached Aihovlllo for dinner an the tint man I taw was Dave Alice Ho was glad enough to see me to al- Imost give mo a hug Ho tolls mo hl wife is bettor and thinks tho climate a of Ashevlllo will Improve her very much Ho wIt the station when tny train came In welting for the one in opposite direction to tako him back to Lincoln county Shortly alter leaving Aihovlllo wo camo to the wolf known Round Knob On going down this knob tho train ran very slowly and I would have been more than obliged to the engineer If ho had run still slower In going down you past through several tunnel and the track curves to mac hmen that ono can look from the car window und eco tho track In from two to tlx place at one time Tho conductor vo often stands on tbo rear platform of t train and borrows a chew of tobacco from hlb engineer Wo reached Salisbury and put up nt the Central Hotel and woro very much surprised to find an old fashioned wood flro placo big enough to hold a cord- wood of On Inquiry I found wood Is utod most together on account of It being plentifulTho hero teem to bo very friendly and sociable They all ask mo where Im from and when I toll them Kentucky tboy alto mo up and ask If I voted for Goobol or not I found AL E Allen hero and doing woll Ho has hit harness shop In E K James livery stable Wo went around to the stable and Mr James furnished ut a nice horso and buggy free of charge to take in the town The drive was very enjoy able and If they bad our gravel turn pikes U would have boon bettor I dont know what they do with tbo rock In tho country It dont teem to be utcd on tbo roads By accident stopped In a saloon thinking It was a drug store wish log to buy a cigar While being walt cd on an old Tar Heel follow walked up to tbo bar and called for whisky The barkeeper asked Long or 1IshortRight there ho bad mo puzzled but I watched a few minutes and learned they bai two sizes of whisky glasses a small ono for a nlcklo and a largo one for a dime Wo leave Salisbury tonight for Ash t vlllo will spend ono day thorn at then homo On our way pack from Ba- llbur wo stopped at Aehovlllo and called on Mrs D C Allen who there for her health She seems to vory muob Improved though abo has been there only a short tlmoQWo sin R cerely trust the climate proveTpermanent euro taJ her Hi Pi SUEWMAKEU t Dan Rico the crcatest circus clown thofs LANCASTER Burglars blow sinanonnothing but norno papers and accounts a Tho closing exercises of tho colored common school at the court house Fri day and Saturday evenings worn high creditable and well attended M 148 Sallle Elkln has returned from the art school In Cincinnati Lt J M Farmu und John L Doty have been tick for some lima but their friends hope to tea thorn out soon MM J It Mount of LaGrange for merit Miss Anna McRobcrts of Stan- dfor organized and produceda play called Old Maids Convention and realized tOO which she gave to the Christian church In which she It an earnest worker My Information that Eld9r Gowcn was called to take charge of church at Mlllertburg was erroneous Ilo bos calm two other largo con gregations and ho authorizes mo to an pounce that he will accept ono of them by the time the flowers Gloom and chickens aro ready to pull The democrats should bo congratu capitalThoyor tired a shot while republicans bavo killed four men and wounded several t cosdlddown the rising generation will voto unanimouslyd t rlcal troupe which has the beet recom mendations will be at the opera house tanllthtMondayplays pleating specialties tho latest BOORS and newest dance with change a AdmfeIat Stormcs drug store 0dfamilies Wo could have started tho biggest part of a government In Lan tbdSince tho Senator has made tuoba brllI hunt record I am glad to bo hit flitfoon Ho thinks that the contests bo fully settled by March 15 Mlts Ella May Sounders hat beon the quest of Miss Rclla Arnold J JIThompson and Sauflcy Hughes hay Frldat hit store Mrs T M Arnold has been very sick Judge J C Hcmphtll hallI returned from Now Orleans looking well having had a pleasant trip and Hemphillp there u law days on a visit Miss Dovo Harris will open a millinery store In tho vacant srorcroom In tbo GarrardI Hotel building Funeral services were conducted over the remains of Mr W O Owledwhose death was announced by Eld Gcorgo Gowen at tho CbrlsI tine cbunph Sunday at 11 M Tho set vascmlncntly appropriate and l prcsslvo Tho church was crowded Mrs R A Burneldo presided at tho dlepenheroa s deposited on the casket at tokens of apeI preciation of tbo deceased Tbo re mains wera deposited In the vault in Lancaster cemetery whore they will remain for a law daysboforo Interment Mr Owtley was In his 34th year and bor was In many respects far above the or dinary man Ho was genial afllabln positive aggressive brilliant In Intel lert and looked on tho real slJb of lIfoI with a keen conception of tho molly which severe human action Ho hi strong convictions In favor of right with tho courngo to express and mal talc them These sterling qualities se aced for him places of public trust Ho was In the internal revenue service for a time Ho woa well Informed on events In tho political world and bo was often intrusted with positions of honor and Importance In the conven lone of the party of his choice to wblcb ho adhered with a fidelity that was praiseworthy Ho became a mom ber of the Christian cbdrch In early lIfo and evinced a wonderful knowledge of the Scriptures Ho boro his euQ ing with marked fortitude and whi tho kind human mlnlstatlons coated bacllectlvoho was resigned to his fate being conscious to tbo ond and leaving words of advice for Ute friends Tho bereaved family bit tbo slncoru coo dolence of this and other communities The public Is familiar with his distin guished ancestors both paternal and maternal his father bolas a nephew of grcdat Judge M H Owsloy was Common wealths attorney for 12 years and cir jndgmobo Or MM J W Poor ono sister Mrs W Cook two brothers Casey pw lu exas and Lctchor our county attor any survive him Many of his bril liant expressions will live in the mem ory of his numerous friends who join e sully In mourning hIs loss A IKIKK IOEM Here It a plcco of wclry mode up from gle lined from various author of noto orewhichclmnco to whllo away a winter evening In research und 4t tho coma time win a prlzoII For the first correct answer siring thu name of tho author of each line we will give any IagurJno tho winner mayeciuct for the second a years aubicrljitlou to tho IN tartan JmntHAb and the 3rd a MX mouth subscription Tho answer will be number od ai received and the rull announced March nth only know she clime and went Like trontlcU In a pooh She wan Aphantom of delight And I wan like a fool Ono klJl4 KurruuIJI said nod sighed Out of th0tl8 lip unsbors lieu hook her ringlet round her Lend TyitingheartaIkloved wo must purl Come lack Come back ho cried In grief My eyes aro dim with tear How shall I live through all the dare All through a hundred yean dt6heblestYTho laughing bridal turn blow To dribs her dark brown haIrI comparedI eloiM d It on her tweet cold toad Tho precious guidon link I calmed her fenra and she wan calmorDrluk pretty creature drlnklIAnd so I won my And walked in 1araJlatthTho fairest thing Atween me und tho llea- MONTICELLO Mr John O Dodoon and Mies Mamlo Kelley were married the 2od Wooldrldife und Mls Dell of TBoyle weN united In marriage on tbeI 21ttMluellHherlne and Nora Tuttle Loco returned from a visit to Hopklnn vlllo whore they havo been vleltin their sister Mrs Gcorgo Mctculf James Grinin Is hero pupils r the Lexington Business College James McKechnle Clyde Ramsey an Sam Bates left yesterday to enter the schoolnt received here ofI the death of Mr Jack Markham of Mill Springs Ho was driving a team which ran away and crushed ono limb badly that bodied n few moments afterward from the shock Although Montloollo boasts of pretty girls than any town In the 5ta still tbo it willing to acknowledge beauty In others end such wo find tho attractive face and vivacious man ner of Miss Gertrude Gordon of Alta sissippi Tho Ladles Aid Society gave a so siespitecrowd was present Tbo ladles reap z ed quite a nlco little sum which will tbm Unlou church P M Bernald Is back from the Ens Boo Hardly is at homo on bualnoea t tow days Miss Emma Simpson spat tcvcrl doge with Miss Maud Coffoy her country bomu J L Hardin b purchased a lot on Mlcbingan Ave on which be will erect a seven room rag dears Sam Rankln will move his ex change building frpm the Crawford to tbo UlrrylotIIF ALL TIm FILIPINO WKBE tutor theysoonA IXXTOnS TllOST YoulJlrromeeoeceultfllereglatytneNd y YKLUHV FEVEIt IN NEW OltUUNS penncd Circle Illl- WH1TK AS A SMELT Thats your color when you user with iniomla tolugNOI10UY HUT A 1AOAN Tat Iron for Illorn Your stomach li not Cie1llleclea kluit the kind that nature makes NYLITdzTEEx Ujuit the blomomlng of womanhood A woman unthlOllllOU1nature don tbe mt HOW TO EAT CELERY etiquettebut aarmlrrtlBra eat0VOK A ONE CENT STAMP We wilt tend you three Red circle Pllla for your llrrr Takdone tonight and another tomorrow pa The American Newspaper Pablf ors Association at Now York adopt resolutions calling upon Congress to Investigate tbo paper trust which hallI raised the price of paper used by news paper publishers 60 to 100 per coat THAT THROBBING HEADAcmI JOeetaproIdllMulocbc They make sad atroiig nerro ind up your health Easy to Uka Thew Only 23 cuts Money back If not curedISold by frnny Drugglit CAa the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL grows older It gate bettor It with tbo leading journals of Georgetown News NEWS OF THE VICINAGE The Danville butchers and flib deal have agreed to closo on Sundays Atwood CrossQeld of Mercer caught foxes in steel traps In 10 days Jessamine county has quarantined against Madison because of smallpox In the latter county Tho wife of Judge H C Evereole Of London fell and broke her arm and it in a serious condition It A Williams bus been appointed postmaster at Flat Lick Pulaski coun ty vice G F Denny rumored The Corbin Campus favors the open ing ot ealoons hero preferring them tho blind tigers of tbo present Thomas Shryock need 45 shot him self through the hours at his homo In rone Ho had been drinking for days and tbo deed was caused by despondency Ho leaves a wife and sours Children John Cohen who died In Louisville was a brother of Messrs Alfred and Henry Cohen deceased who were old residents of Boyle county and an uncle of Joo Cohen who married A Miss San dge of this county B S Van Meter of Shelby county was elected to represent Central Uni versity at the Intercollegiate oratorical contest to be held at Lexington in April Benjamin Washer of Louie vlllo will represent Centra College Circuit Judgo Scott overruled a motion for a now trial in the case of Ash and Ucnsley of Letghor county against the Southern Lumber Co of View Tho race was tried ate January term of court at Richmond and Asher and Hcnsley secured judg ment for 10000 full amount claimed or alleged breach of log contract- G J Marcum n prominent farmer of Wayne county aged 0was killed whllo driving a team of horses They became frightened and ran awaytbrow tag him from tbo wagon in such a manner that ho was caught between the wagonand a tree His leI was torn from instantaneousgwas a Miss King and who bad just given birth to a child died suddenly rod onetay now In the State penitentiary un der 15 Years sentence for killing Po liceman Kus sell of Harrodsburg about two years ago DEAR YOUNG MEN A word of warning to you Dr Wm justtaOm anpoetry that didnt suit the doctor The doctors grandfather Woods was a brother to Mrs Cam nays grandfather Woods and his grandmother Woods was ster to Miss Mallnda Millers grand Miller and ho Is a close kins man to Waltoud wife Ho has 10000 ktnfolks In Boyle Lincoln Garrard and Madison who strange as it may sound prow itteoa sayasner HAPPY JACK N BIt any young than who writes poetry has any claim on any of my kinfolks I will give him my auto for 30000 to let her off HJ There is no bettcrnucdlcine for the ba hire then Chamberlains Cough Remedy etbe cures a favorite with mothers and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or other serious consequences It also cures croup sari has been used in thousands of cases without a single foil ure so tar as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whooping congh It liquefies the tough mucus mak ing it easier to expectorate anti lessens the severity and frequency of the parox yams of coughing thus depriving that disease of Ml dangerous consequences Forsale by Craig Hocker Druggists I Lota con aIDing seven persons about 25 miles It from Rochester Instantly killing uflue of the occupants fatally injuring otheredA FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Wilt oven cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or tbeKorldFelonyCoral by1eonpS painarBalm writes Mr W H Stapleton Her mime To I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number bu havekythe pain For sale by Craig Hockor No Compromise INUS Winter Clothing I Must go at most any price to make room Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frohman Co Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECO- NTRACTOR ft BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here carry a full stock of Doors Sash Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed II nth Shingles Etc will duplicate any prices offered oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ERTto 0- g g DRUGGIST STANFORD g O O OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 00 gg0 Given to the of Prescljitlons Scientifically o 0andwith Care 0 ggo 0 0000000Q0000000000000000000000000000 Vi o t == = === = =I JOB LOTS ra+ i The season is about over and we have hOTSofSTUffjj t 1 f J sizes only 1 per pair Lot Misses Shoes good ii but old styles 50 and 76 etsper pair I JLadies anti Misses Rubbers lust years stock j toes 15 c- tsMENSi FINE SHOES Latest style toes leather lined heavy soles 125iPENNYS DRUG STORE i Drugs Books Stationery Paintst And OIlsii Telephone No2 Stanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FED 27 1900 W P WALTON AN election for a successor to Gov Goebol In the Senate will bo held Mar 5 and M H Harbeson who was for 12 years In tbo dead statesmans law ofllce bas been nominated by tbo democrats op ecrlousfSea 44haenot the right to do and possibly may decline to participate in it but it will bo a caso of bo damped it they do and be damned if they dont To participate would be to recognize Carters t right and not to do gives tho democrats tho office by default The courts aro almost sure to decide In favor of Beckbam Carter and company and then Taylor and his following will be sorry they were so obtruso In any case however it appears to be a case of heads the democrats win and tails tho republicans lose f TUB republicans according to cau cus agreement broke a quorum Satur day In order to defeat the bill appropri ating money for the apprehension of Gov Goebels assassins and It Is their 0intention to do so till the end of the The railroad political Combine Is shaking in its boots for fear of the passage of tbo bill and Is doing all it can by bribery threats and other methods known to it to prevent the passage of the bill which It knows means the bringing to light of tbo whole damnable conspiracy When all the facts are known men who have stood high newell as those who are usurping high places will be shown up In their true position and feel the hal ters draw If they get their just deserts IT Is stated that tbo National com- mitteey decided that Mr Bryan if re irnominated for president will not make- a canvass of tho country as In 1896 but confine his speeches to dele 4 gations that shall visit him at Lincoln Neb The reasons given are that his views on all subjects aro known and projudlII crats should not count on many delega ions going to Mr Bryan He lives too litaraway and the railroads will not bo jatliberal as they were to tho doles tions that visited McKinley at Canton j O A great many people wore hauled hera free simply to make a big show THE editor of the Ulkton Progress thinks the 8100000 appropriation for the arrest and conviction of tho assas sins of Gov Goebel Is extortlonato So does Taylor So does the L N So docs the hired man who shot him So do all assaying murderers and in tlmldators But other people think a million dollars would be n small amount if the guilty ones could not beuneartbed with a less sum You aro moo koyle on the wrong side Guinea and dlsap P3lntlng the friends who used to hold you In Loving esteem TUB consolidated Injunction cases are to bo heard by Judge Emmett Field of Louisville today and let us hope tbat the beginning of amoatdeslr cd end Is at hand and tbat democrats will get their due It U a shame that the originator and promoter of as sassination should have been permitted ttousurp the olllce of governor eolong his foul carcass out of tho build logs it desecrates WALTONS friends down here are dreadfully humiliated that he confessed to having hid in a cellar to avoid a dif ficulty They want to know if that was before or after the citizens of Lineal presented him with a cano For Editorial IntrepldltySomerset P H Journal Hush Thats a matter we do not liko to discuss Take Uansford away off behind the house and ask him to tell you about it TUB Henderon Litho Co of Cincin nati has gotten out a good lithograph la picture of Gov William Goebol our martyred governor which contains besides scenes in connection with the as sasslnattnn We aro Indebted to them for a copy which is 10x23 Our patrons can secure copies at lOo each by Icuv I ng thlcr orders with us t TIlE Senate the bill providing for the discovery of the as lassIns of Gov Goobol 20 votes for to none ugalcattho republicans absenting themselves in preference to going on record Tho House will likely pass tho h bill Wednesday notwithstanding thero is said to bo railroad lobbying against It IT Is gratifying to observe that the democrats have taken no stops in the Legislature to repeal or amend the election law To have done so at this ecaslcn would have been to discredit tie wUdom of the great leader and con fessed the truth of the enemies of tho measure JUDOS JOHN HENRY WILSON we salute your honor We said youd Jet there ad we are glad you havo The contest board decided yesterday that he was legally elected circuit judge of the 27th district rt CONTEST DECIDED FOR DEMO CRATS RADS REFUSE TO YIELD OFFlftES INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS AND BUSI NESS SET UP AT CAIlTOL HOTEL LOUISVILLE Feb 27 830 A M State contest board decides in favor of democrattocontcstants A formal de mand was made for executive build log but was refused Democrats apply for injunction and sot up business at Capitol Hotel All business with re publicans hereafter Illegal Blackburn in a Washington Interview advises modification of election lawEastern Kentucky democratic repre sentative name not given said to haTe seen shot tired that killed Goobel and to know assassin There is a growing evldenco of conspiracy Boers massing at Blaemfontclm for battle with Roberts C D THE erring mocrst la not forced back to the fold by the aseosst nation tactics of the republicans and their villainous acts against law and order before and since is lost to all Boneo of principle and shame and do servos the contempt that every honest man feels for him- Frankfort and the Legislature The Senate passed the McChonl anil railroad extortion bill by a vote of 10 tone being recorded against It A spiritualist at Bowling Green claims to have had a talk with Gov Goebel who said while he knew who shot him he did not wish him punish edTho Frankfort city council adopted a resolution condemning the presence of armed mountain men in the cliyand appointed a committee to call on W S Taylor and ascertain the names of all persons soldiers and civilians occupy ing tho executlvebulldle ExGov James B McCreary chair man of the Goebel Monument committee says tho wholo State has teen or ganized by counties and the reports aro highly satisfactory The fund will bo largo enough to make the monument tho Quest in the South says ho Representative Terrell introduced two bills one to prevent common carriers of passengers from interfering In elections and the other to prohibit them from transporting persons for tho purpose of Intimidation Both are aimed at the L N and ought to pass What time they aro not falsely cry ing out against the failure and refusal of his friends to take any steps for the apprehension of Gov Goobols murderers the editors and lobbyists of tbo political trust are fighting tooth and nail the bill appropriating money for tho apprehension of the murderers nulevilleTimesIt during tho examina tion of Gov Goobela personal papers a days ago several due bills for consid erable amounts of money were fouud all of them from a distinguished man who was one of those who took a conspicuous part in the campaign of vlll Qcatlon and abuse of the late governs Yet bo did not onco bring up the fact that this man for years had owed him for cash borrowed Gov Beckbam Adjt Gen Castle man and L H Carter president pro tern of tbo Senate tiled their answer and counter claim Saturday In the gu bernatorial controversy Gov Beck hams petition asking for an lojuoctlon filed originally In the Franklin circuit court was transferred to the Jef ferson circuit court at the same time Taylor and Marshall aro expected to file their answer co dayP- OLITICIANS AND POITICS Tbo National convention of demo crats Is to be pulled off July 4th at Kao CityU Marshal Lot Wright la dead at Lebanon O Ho became Infamous in elections at Cincinnati In 1884 Tbo republican majority has been forced to modify the Porto Rico Tariff bill and claim that in Its modified form it will pass A bill has been Introduced In Con gress for the purchase of two blocks of ground In Washington on which to erect a supreme court building Through loyalty to the cause of Gov Goebol Mr Bryan declined jtbo offer ot President Smith of the L N to furnish him a special train from Atlanta to Nashville Tho Louisville Post should change tbo line a democratlo newspaper at the head of its editorial column and miko It read a a damerratlc nuisance paper Courier The Goebetelectlon law must stand Its a good ono Another screw of Goebcla might be added to it to mako If air tight and that Is to take the devices off the ballot Screw It up Georgetown Noire In deciding u caso growing out of an election wager tbo court of appeals holds tbat If money Is placed in the hands of a stakeholder to abide an event either party may notify the stakeholder not to pay It to the win ner and if ho does so the amount may be recovered from him In anticipation of complications arls ing from a decision in tho contests for minor State otllces thu legislators aro drawing their per diem as rapidly as possible If tbo decision should bo favorable to the contestants the demotic members would not want to roe ognlzo the republican claimants The Porto Rican tariff bill will likely bo defeated All day conference were hold Sunday In tho hope of whip- plog into line enough republicans to insure its passage by the Rouse but the result was a failure as tho memo bore who favor free trade with the Is land absolutely refused to be brought over though several compromise prop ositions wore mado them Tho Harrodsburg Democrat which has the same kind of socalled democracy thinks the Lexington Herald covers the ground so fully that there Is no necessity for the proposed democrat la dally In the bluegrass capital True democrats think differently howoyer and will start tho paper Brer Spots wood to the contrary notwithstanding Speaking of tbo candidates for gov ernor this fall tho Frankfort Argua says ExGov James B McCreary has a largo support and be would make a strong campaigner should ho coocludo- to enter tho race Hs has been gov ornor under the old constitution and is well known to old time and tried demo ocrats In all parts of tho State BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Carncgios Income is 850 per minute He Is worth 8106230000 John T Ellis a prosperous farmer lying near Cbristlansburg dropped deadWilliam Gllllsplo shot and fatally wounded a Negro highwayman in Dour bon county The drys won at Glasgow Saturday by a majority of 82 Women held an allday prayer service at the Methodist churchSaturday night was tbo coldest of tho winter at Cincinnati tbo mercury registering below It was 1 below in LouisvilleMiss Simpson who was hurt In the L Si N wreck at Gap In theKnob Dec 23 was given 3000 dajnages at Bardstown The accommodation train between Taylorsvllle and BloomQold turned over down an embankment Saturday and several passengers were more or less Injured A numbcrot the soldier boys have developed cases of smallpox since leav- Ing Frankfort and thero la great fear ot a general spread of the loathesomo diseaseVictor Hocbenstein of SpencerInd has tiled a claim against Spain for 8200000 damages for illtreatment at tho hands of Spanish soldiers in Cuba while ho was there in the serviced f thu Red Cross Society A freight train on the Bg Four railroad went through a bridge over the Wabash river at Terre Haute Tad the engine and six cars falling Into the water The engineer fireman and a brakeman were badly hurt The boycot of the postofilce at Hc gansvlllo Ga has been lifted a white woman having been appointed to eat ceed the Negro Isaiah II Loflln Loft a gave up tho place a few weeks ago and was given a position at Washington LAND AND STOCK Rough feed for cattle was never scarcer than now Beazley Bros bought of T n Law rle a bunch of shoats at Sic FOR SALE Nine good broke mules W W Lyon Mt Salem Ky 3t O T Layton bought of J M Roberts at Lancaste a bunch of hollers at 3Jc A W Carpenter sold to John Brew er of Mercer a Polled Durham calf for 8100 G A Swlnebroad bought a lot of butcher stock at Lancaster yesterday at 3 to 4c R H Bronaugbs Junlata won a race and ran second In another at New Or leans this week F W Erode a Kentucky Derby can didato ran nine furlongs In 1521 nt Sao Francisco Saturday- W G Gooch bought of J B Parks 3Q acres of land adjoining his farm near Point Leavell at 4750 111 S Baughman Intended buying a good trotting stallion at the Lexington sales but they sold too high Polndextor a green trotter belong log to the estate of John Embry sold at Lexington last week for 6250 James Thompson Bro bought of Samuel Vanbook 80 bogs at 31o J 0 Hays bought of various parties 135at 3 to 3c and sold thorn at 3J to 4c That grand sire ol both speed and individuality J K and M S Baugh mans Nobotb will make tho coming season at the formers home in the West End Robert Russell bought of Henry and RUfus VaoArsdale a car load of hogs at sold to Cogar4 27 Maurice Bartlett Coof Danville 75000 pounds of hemp at 84 50 Harrodsburg Democrat A dispatch from Lexington says that at tbo sale thero last week horses that brought fromjM50 to 8400 would not than 8J5 to WOO have so sold for more The supply of good horses Is not equal to LANCASTER COURTA small crowd attended court yesterday and not a great deal of business was transacted in any tine About 400 attle were on iho market and some extra good ones brought close to 5c but probably a went homo unsold Therethltd of toom demand for butcher cattlewas some sold at 4c and some extra good ones but 3 to 31 were tho ruling prices Heifers wore slow at 31 to 4c The horse market was dull but a few mules old at eGO to SIlO MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Leo Spann of Somerset aud Mis Caroline MoFcat of Harrodsburg woro married In Danville Rev Jack Hawkins aged 83 and Mrs Margaret Bishop 21 were married at Owingsvlllo Wednesday Robert Baird of Goshco Ind la three times a widower at 26 Ilia friends have dubbed him Marrying BobMr R E Adams junior member of the wholesale grocery firm of C W Adams Son of Louisville will be married on March 8 to Miss Violet Million of Richmond George A MoRobcrta tbo popular pharmacist at McRoberls1 drug store will bo married March 14th to Mies Bessie Ballew Burnslde the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Burnsldo of Garrard The ceremony will be pronounced at 8 p M at tbo Presbyterian church Lancaster The bridesmaids and groomsmen will bo Miss Lettie Brown of Lexington Misses Martha Elkln and Jennie Burn side of Lancaster Miss Pearl Burn side Stanford Messrs Thomas U Shanks and Jack Rout Stanford Robert Salter Jr of Danville and John Mount of LaGrange After tho cere mony at the church Mr and Mrs R E McRobort relatives of tho groom will give very handsome reception In honor of tbo bridal party Rev and Mrs William A Slaymaker request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Helento Mr Charles Edward Wicks Wednesday afternoon March seventh nineteen hundred at quarter before Qveoclock Armstrong Memorial Church Berkley Virginia Thus read Invitations that bavo been received by friends hero ot the lovely and lovable young lady who was called Miss Nellie then and whoso modest unassuming yet charming demeanor stamped her as a perfect woman nobly planned Tbo man who has won her has Indeed chosen wisely and secured a heaJn81rlcheshereafter lI the sincere hope of many genuine admirers CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Eld Joseph Severance preached at Plttsburg Saturday The contract will soon be lot for building a Christian church at LebaI non Junction The foundation of the cburcb at Springfield Is already completed Rev S M Carrier writes Tro second quarterly meeting for tbo Prcachcrsvlllo circuit wilt bo held at Hebron church March 8 and 0 Tho first sermon will bo preached at 11 A M of the 8th Presiding Elder F S Pol it will conduct the cervices and tbo pastor desires to continue them until tbo following Sunday Tho public Is cordially Invited Let all take duo notice and get ready for the occasion The Christian Messenger U the name of a little paper published at Port mouth Q by Rev Geo P Taubman Mr J E Bruce showed us a copy yesterday which contained a paragraph which told that 480 persons attended Sunday School Feb 18 Large audi encca attended the morning service the Endeavor societies Oiled the leo ture rooms and the night audlonco was tbe largest of the Thero was ono confession and there have been add tlons ovary Lords day this year In Bell county H nry Wilson In a fit of rage shot and mortally wounded his wife Old Charley Moore of the Blucgraea Blade was arrested for sending obscene matter through the malls Ho aspersed the character of the Virgin Mary DUIrlct or the unites State Far theKentuckyIn In the matter of Henrr Bright Ferret Ilaokrupt In Bankruptcy IbetrrdtonolJlenrT Ilrlght Fe- iIadudpedabankrutbythelovecourtrrll wUl U lilil at the office of J Stanford Kjr Marrh1500t p hr election Truitra and tariff oilier bmlnww that may coiuo before the meeting l b 26 luoo J K S VUSOKltS lloftree In Bankruptcy PUBLIC SALEWA Valuable Farm And Residence Thursday March zf 1900- If uot sold rivafety More on the Ilreml iloilO oclock L tell without rtserr the farm of Kdw Mtdrtjr deceased ot ABOUT 186 ACRES on ty heSfanfordturnpikenearDanrllleItolerounKy and a half stoq atone room an1 and dry cellar uoder lbe entire house haute cittern extra largeIICrnnlaIuuleralte large wellappoint editable together with carriage houie and house and one good 50 by root barn Kerning on entire plate In good condition and la made up ol tone wire panel and post and rail At the acme time and place will he told a pier ortaod of about 2 acre In the fork ollhe Staoford and ranClUter lurnplkta whicbjas mae If niplcudld atone quarry and a good tUcktiultli hop The following ltel of tarming Implement will alio be told at public auction new IVcrlng liper new Mower two hore Wagons 2 aela iou ble Hiram e arrow1Jron Harrow new lateit Improved Jlrtlli 2 Corn 1lanter half dozen Hand Ilanten new Hay Rake large lot of lIck Shorcli Fork etc A Ira 2 good Work FlulIgood Work How Saddle Hone U bead of Hritclau young Saddle aud Barn Hones and Mare 5 Cow and lot ot Household and Kitchen Furnltuie t2 ere of this arm U In wjieat balance in stubble and graMTEJtlrSor real estate ooe1I1I reel balance 10 6aod 12 months with lien on land to Cure deferred payment For ixnonalty sums of 123 or lew cath aloiotbat mouth note with good personal security and Interest 10100 ofpremlae glrenon or before tint da or April EUW P FARRELt Admrf- r VALUES AND OPPORTUNITY OF ruriLouisville Store U That appeal lo tbe reason and good Judgment of crory bod who pireeks the belt values for the least mon III the list of awifor this week 13 PiDomestics 8- Pi Apron Cheeked Ginghams 0 cent quality our price 6 cents H AfrCMCOr new Fancy Prints regular prlcefi cents sales price 4 cents Case Hluo Calico 4Jc oIShalls left of tho 104 Unbleached Sheeting will be sold at 13c nWide Brown Cotton 6c quality only 6c l I Yard wide Bleach Cotton only GeIjrNotions Ix HUooJ Site Turkish Hath Towels only 15c per Irl 16In Linen Cnttb 6c 1 down Pearl Buttons 6cUl 2 Cards of Hooks and Eyes 6c 5 Spools John Clark Thread lOc tieHtietAI LLJ 1 Lot of all wool Sucks to close at 12- cShoes 13 mj n fL1IiiMens fine Shots OSc to ia ens Buckle Plow Shoos only 760rnI ti 1 Lot of Children Shoes 16o No and 2aHPiAf save you 23 per cent on anything in this line 01 vo us your measure iforShirt made to order and get in the long list of customers that ate n J wearing Ibo While Swan Shirt Ilia lt roads 1Il LOUISVILLESTORE Salinger Bros Pros l THOS D IIANEY Manager NewArticles r AIded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE Coveted with Aluminum See it before buying any other Tho Dewey SelfBaiting Roaster And Baker tingtHiggins McKinney PL t I AveryI I Three of the best plows made Farmers are lel1tll call in and exam ino them Full lino of Buggies Carriages Wagons tc W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL JAssists the Liver Nature will do the Beet THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The fleet Liver Kidney and yearshas aI Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronict HeadacheI uloillty a Torpid Liver DOES NOT 1TATTSEAT3B OB GHIFE I t hut acts gcntlyon the live 25 doses In a box for 25o Try it onco anti you willInever bo without it llForSaloby W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SIIELTON PJIIHIU- KNTNexkSessionWill Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady PrincipalH c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SrANPoRD KY FED 27 IQOO E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOEII TUB boat materials combined with taro kill and accuracy Insure good results No other methods are ocr used In our prescription work Penny t Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP JOHN II WONKH Is quite DEN lUnuiN hal eono to Montlcollo to leo hit lather and best girl Miss DKTTIK llICJOIN8 of Somerset was with Mre J P Cummins FKANK qoLTZCLAW la In Lexington worklflir the binder business Miss DEltUA HILTON of Urodhcnd was hero Friday on route to Lancaster PEAKSON MILLER n nephew of Shorlfr 9 M Owens It now one of his deputtcf buts ALICBLYTLK and too Mack spent tuvernl day with relatives at Hirradnburfr Mlt AND MRS FRANK UANOKAUKT oILoulbvIllo arc expected attMr Wm Hamilton today MR W n IllooiNS will live In Mr J D Owens house while hit residence Is being repaired- A NUMiiKllof young ladles are ar ranging to go to lea tho Passion Play at Danvlllo tonight MR C J SWAN representing th- t Davis Undo Tom Cabin Co was In see us early this morning Miss RUE WILUI HAL nocompa nled Miss Katherine Waddell on her return to Somerset Sunday ELDER F W ALLEN has had a rue sin with rheumatism and neuralgia but was able to fill his pulpit Sunday Miss FLORENCE MYHUS of Stanford t Is tho delightful guest of Mss Minerva t Park Phclpi Richmond Register IlouKitT HALL who was in Capt W I B Penny company went to Fort j Thomas Sunday to join the regulars DU AND Mils N II McKlNNKY of Mlllertburg arrived yesterday and Bro guests of Mr and Mrs W M IlrlgbtJ tits II D lit p0ILY and daughters Olara and Katliorlneof Covingont uro with her parents Judge and Mrs J P Bailey Miss Jnsitn POWBLL of Huston vlllo spent several days with her sis tor Mlsi Bottle Powell at Mr M 8 Baughmans OnsO ANON nod d Litho Castello Dudderar for tubercular peritonitis Saturday and got 21 gallon of water from her MRS J N SAUNDBRS went up to i lIddlob ro yesterday to attend the marriage of Mist Bcsiio Pennlngton which occurs Wednesday Mr Sun des will go tomorrow HILL CARTER who has been farming In Kansas returned home Saturday rid ho and Novln Carter will make weal money there U In farming on tho Col RIB place near Turnersvillo MRS J R PORTMANS music class In Louisville U Increasing all tho tim and she winning golden opinions from her patrons Her studio Is In If Baldwin piano establishment WM VANDIVJKU who married Mis e Motile Wright of this county Is one of the Incorporate of Tbo Mercer Mutual Investment Company that will be gin business at Harrodsburg in about l day MR F K W FIELDS son of tho manager of Fields ft Hansons min strels was here yesterday und loft numerous evidences of the intention of bis show to appear hero next Frlda ulltbL2ol1 J1 NANCE ol tho West End who enlisted in tho standing army nt Fort Thomas a tow weeks ago orders tho I J tent to him and adds I am wall I suliflcd nice place plenty to met and lots of drilling Miss KLLBN BALLOU principal of 1music at tho college unrolled liar lit i pupil yesterday the largest number over enrolled at tho Institution In ono term The reason Is apparent She Is the beet of teachers MRS J M BAILEY of Pleasant Hill Mercer county la ill In this city at tho homo of her slater Afra D BlggoratatT whero she has boon l ing Richmond Register Mrs U Is a sister of tho Nowlande of this county f IN remitting for his paper and en closing 81 for tho Goobol monument fund James R Nunnoiloy of Lcoinln ser Mass writeshI could read with 10pleasurela dlrectlOr Indirectly Gov Gocboln assassin GEORGE R HACKLBY who has for l several years boon commercial agont of tho Mexican International Southern t Paclflo Company and Morgan steamship Uses in this city has been promoted to tho position of general agent traillo department of those companies effect lye at once The Two Republics Mot x lea City Feb 10 Mr Backlcy la from t Garrard county LOCAL HAPPENINGS t HAMILTON for good watch work INEW laces and embroidery at George Gos x SEE our lino of new pockot knives ODD II Farrls Co I l OUR brass checks are void after to day Beazley Carter DALTON Is headquarters for good watch work OLD MOCK dWeath orford hoe a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Hue jtonvlllc H C Mock j POPULAR prices wprevail at the Uncle Toms Cabin entertainment td night and that means tho house will bo packed THE Undo ToCabto arrived this morning In Its own special car and will bo good and ready for tho per formance tonight UNCLK TOMS U COae usual nil draw like a slicking plaster at Walton Opera House tonight Parade br big brass band donkeys blood hounds etc at noonS- 1IOT11EREDSTO I DEATJITo floe steers belonging to R L Hubble got caught under a rick of straw on Theo doro Powells farm Had smothered They were worth about 940 apiece THE ladles the society of the Baptist church will have their oyster supper In the storeroom next door to George H Farris k Co from fl to 730 Thursday evening Go and hplp a good causeeNOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAXPAY Kits Property upon which taxes are not paid for 1809 and all duo back to 1603 by Saturday March 3 1000 will be advertised for talo for same without mareBURNED TO AT tMr R Colo man wrltct from Jut Bernstadt to his wife hero that a elxyear old daughter of A J Bowman who works for the Manchester Coal Co was burned to death while her mother had gone after water Her hands and earn were burne- dSTAVrsW off II Wllulniot of Liberty nnJ G F McNabb of Louisville have bought a largo boundary of timbered land near Kldds Store and will put up a big stave mill They expect to make several million staves this year all of which will be shipped from Moroland FOR highest prices your turkeys chickens ducks shoulders sides hams jowls dried apples bona Ac and t lowest prices for our hardware grocer ies stoves tipware quccnswarc tall lime cement tiling and seeds of all kinds go to Hill L Beck Photic orders promptly tilled THE Advocate that ono of tho last requests of MrJ F Moore was that his old friend Judge R J Break lorldgo should bo present at his burin and make a few remarks at his grave and tbo judge camo from Frankfort to carry out the wish Rev J Q Mont goraery Conducted the funeral StliscHiiTlONS to the Gocbol monument fund como In very slowly and looks like this county Is going to fat away behind Boyle has already raise t 1250 and the amount Is fast Increasing Wo had received to last Issue 310 W Dr C Fowler 100- WmHuffmun 100 GTAihlook 100 Cash 50 M C William 100 WPWalton COO 0OtYBLEt1VadW not receive tho nows of Will Owsluy death until wo wore ready for prow Friday morning and so bad no tpauo lo express our tor row over his death and sympathy to elay ter upon most fly Will was kK hearted true and manly and Impressed those qualities instantly on all ho camo In costae May tho sod rest lightly on him and comfort como to tho bereaved in tbo dark hour of death and separation CUTTING While returning from tho U S court at Lou IIlIIo whore they wore witnesses In moonshine cases Grady Montage severely cut Jasper Brown on tbo train Thursday night In a njht over a game of cards Doth aro- from Hell county Conductor Mutt Lowe notified Marshal W W ut MontagC o and took him to the Danville jail Brown was cut In half a dozen paces and camo near bleeding lo depth A vicious looking wound appear just over his heart and tboro are serious doubts as to his recovery Ho was taken to the hotel whore several Junction City doctors worked manfully with him FIELDS HANSONS DIG CITY MIN STRELS Fields Hansons Dig City Minstrels will appear at Waltons Op era House March 2 with u company 30 of the biggest salaried artiste in t minstrel lino supporting tho great and only hfoldaL Hanson tho originators of musical comedy E W 11onsloy- the king of tbo floating wire MoVoy and Honnesoy with their uptodato par odies and funny sayings Diimphcno artistic club manipulator and Conroy and Murray are somo of tbo artists to appear Tho latter have no equal as ar tists of refinement and as dancers they are without a peer the electric quar tooto the best singers before tho pub lie and tho newest of minstrel farces the whole terminating with a fancy colored ball and cake walk make a pr gram of mirth and amusement Door- open at 730 performance nt 8 oclock WEDDING presents nt Hamilton PRKSH cakes ac G H Farris te COd ovoryFridayCo WI plenty of cornbay and all kindt of feed continually on band J U Baughman Co SCROOLMlee Janlo Fc land an experienced teacher will open a private school at Hubble next Monday MARCH 2Thatsthe date Fields Uansone great minstrels will appear here tbo time having been changed from tho U to suit companys routo bettor GILHERT POf Junction City was hero yesterday and employed a lawyer to eta after the will of his rather James Bruce who loft a good estate and a good namo to his children THE Hustonvllle telcpbon ed us last night lo announce that they would play at McKlnnoy Friday night pthatLEcruiuRevM Hill of Som rect recently returned from the Holy Land will lecture on his travels at the Methodist church Friday night Admission 25c for adults and 15c for child ran ANDERSON CARR has sold his stock of liquors to Coley Myers and John Cm Kinler and rented his bar and cs tittiilsbraont to them for 18 months l w csslon to bo given Monday Carr will take charge of a saloon In Coving ton FIELDS S HANSONS MINSTRELS have been coming hero regularly to several seasons and making a botte impression each time The show Is larger and better now than over Be sure to son It ncxtPrlday night and the big street parade that day TilE new poslofllco Is going to bo a beauty The largo room has been handsomely papered and tbo whole will bo ready for occupancy tomorrow Tho lock boxes will open from the outside and bo so arranged that the person opening them will bo under shelter valleosince Friday It was warm then an clear That night a blizzard camo aq the next day it snowed Tbo went down several degrees below ze by Sunday morning and yesterday it had not gone up much This morning is clear with the mercury at 10 abet MORROW After several weeks ness of heart trouble death came to Mrs Thomas Z Morrow at Somerset Saturday night She trot a sister of Gov W O Bradley and a most estima blo Christian woman Our sympathy I t Ineerol oxtonded to him and the fond husband and children and may death HIi8 THEClh Avenue Hotel Louisville ono of tho best of its price anywhere Tho table Is good the rooms comforta ble and the service satisfactory Fo ladles especially who go to tho city to shop It Is roast desirable being close to the 4th Street retail houses and fur nlsblng good accommodations nt a rea sonable rate Wo speak from exp rlopco when wo recommend It to the public THE HUSTONVILLE MINSTRELS A Quetoavlllr le envto e drat part was especially good J B Adams Owen Williams A J Adam- and W S Huffman node capital on neon and their jokes for the moat part wore now and very laughable while as Interlocutor J W Pinkerton was a decided succcus The solos by O S Williams S H Camnltx J B Adams V D Morse Jr and A J Adams and dual of Camnltz and Morso were exceedingly well rendered and were lout ly applauded Tbero aro soma rich voices In the company and singing is a good feature of the show Tha guitar trio composed of Adams Dross an Williams and tho Hustonvillu vocal quartetlo Adams Bro Cainnilz an Williams rendered a number of soled lions very creditably As Silver King and Dollar Dill J W Pinkerton and Georgo P Crowe brought down the housein farce work while in another farce Tho Ticket Taker M fi Harper W S Huffman Will an Hawk Bishop J W and Jack Plnker ton Charlie Rose Val Morse O S Williams J B and A J Adams and laughtohCcake walk which surpassed all cxpe tatlons There wcro eight couples p their work was up to date In the walk Ing lino Bcechor and Jerry Adams wore musters of ceremony and Messrs C L Holmes J H Hooker and O w Adams judges Tbo latter had some trouble in arriving at tbdlr decision but finally gave the cako to S Iiotvn Camnltz and Miss Jack Pinkerton Tho mualo of Miss Mary E Adams the accompanist was of a very high order Tho members of tho company wero eo successful financially and otherwise 0they will likely a number of towp including Stanford Lancaster and Ll erty I ANOTHER HOUND M 8 Baugh man and Dink Farmer have added a TheybOUlCbho looks old and ugly enough to traco the worst of crlmfnale A SOMERSET democrat on hearing that n republican or two there hall stopped tho INTERIOR JOURNAL on ac count of tbo hard licks it dad struck Taylor and the republican party eub scribed for It upon thatr- etTommegdetlonond says be is going to more than make up any loss of sub scription that wo may sustain by rea son of our fight against tho apparent assassin Another Somerset man writes Long may you live to preach tbo Gos belhcurses you and damned be ho who evil yourfriendJtDOE SAUFLEY commenced clrcul- court at an early hour yesterday morn- Ing but all tbo jurors summoned were hqyloggotdowngrand jurors sworn In to whom ho do livered a very short but exceedingly comprehensive charge L O Goocb foreman C M Jones Wfi Manuel J W Baughman Cbas Smith W H Murphy J L Beck H L Wells T B Belt T C Rankin J O McAllister and II R Gentry The pout jury Is as follows J W Hayden D A Baugh B B King Bishop B C Sandldge Samuel Jones P M Condor W R Cook Sim Tom llnson W R Singleton J M Rey nold J M Boooe A D Root Dlnwlddic J T BIngaman Samuel H Forr JrHenderson Baugh and J A Allen A gnodlmany cases were disposed of tiotimt lOoo tho docket helps dlsrnliB o4 Ij the parties bad been returned TbeylacludoFrances Pace Thomas Flab Ac H Reynolds John McClure E R Cbll ton John Dlciccrson Rufus Sweeney 1 and 2 and Arthur Baugh Lewis Beard breach of the peace caught it for 125 wasda fihadwero carrylnkr0 jell John Land petit larceny dill missed SVZ Yooum caught a tine or 630 and 10 days In jail for disturbing worship Grille Camden was need 50 acqulttcfnopocnaoturvlolatlpgthollquorlawe fined 820 in ono and the two others were dismissed Tho case against him for malicious wounding was set for Thursday The cases of Walter Young grand larceny and Bud Harris horse MondayThomas t stolensthem Friday Court adjourned at noon morningr a member of the present grand jury was excused from further service IbU morning on account of a telegram just received from Wayne county announcing that hla father David Rankln is at the point of death Mr David Rankln Is ono of a number of sturdy Scotch Immigrants who Ibcaling in Wayne county added much lo iho matorlalprospority as well as tho moral tone of his community Tho loss of him would bn recognized and acknowledged by the best people south of tbo Cumberland DanvilledW E Grubbt of Boyle has taken tho bankrupt law Henry Cummins wbaCbad refused to JohnOrlnanDoll county The strikers meeting at Jelllco fall ed to materialize It Is vow believed the striker will return to work and cease ngltutlon In favor or a union LUST STEER tlA twojrcarolJ itwr wuh Ir mirkol inillwhite rivet lu WM lost it Sl nrorJ Court Infuriomlondcuter ur J C Slier IrracheniTlIlu FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I wll soil or exchange for a smell farm In tlio vicinity of Stanford u liouso and OK AvenuedpartlcuJureU E L SIMS Stanford Ky Waltons Opera House OalyndFIELDS AND HANS- ONSMinstrels 20rdand Satin A Show For Ladies First Part Entitled The Great Adimlral- Doweys Hebeption Watch for Grand Street Parade at 1130 D1bPrices 76 50 and 25 cents The tTE J S VMBER YAR7J A ALLEN CO Contractors and Builders Stanford Wo liuvo opened up a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street opposite Dr L IK CooksWe will on hand all kinds of Building Materialeach ns Doors Hash Illlndi Floor log Celling Sldlnr Yellow Pipe Casing and Ilaso Corner Blocks llano Illocks BracketsSpindles Turn Column Gable nnd Fancy Shingles different sizes In MoldingShingles Btoel Roofing nnd will allWire Fence on kinds of Roagh Cannndk CO S II I t Si S FOIt S OLIU6R AND BUCHER GIBBS PLOWSeREPAIRS AND PLOW HARNESS ccc PERKINStCrab Orchard Ky ooooooo oooooooooeooooo JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconer Pror Iluyent from all points will bo on hand tSfEntrles mutt bo rondo at once My nextHone Sale will occur April 1213 14 and 15 Rear this In wind I EnoughtThat a Shoe should be easy and well made It should bo handsome Queen Quality Shoes ore all three the shapes aro especially attractive and alf styles are sold fit f price never heard of before for high grade Shoes High Shoes 83 Oxfords 250 See New Spring Styles r Cummins McClary Casb Clothiers and Furnishers asaaf Hosiery Direct From The Mills We have just received n big shipment of Seamless Hosiery FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILI DREN Heretofore you may batehad trouble with the wear of some of tho Hosiery you have been buying on account of them coming from jobbers who sell an inferior grade In order to get their profit But these goods we now offer como direct to us from the Stills aro made of the best threads and guaranteed stainless Before buying look at our Four Lead- ersLadies Special Hosiery 15c Mens Special Hosiery 15c Boys Special Hosiery 15c Misses Special Hosiery 15c Tho above Goods will surprise you at these prices JOHN P JONES Stanford J INO GUESSING factm I the wearing qualities or style of Zeigler Bros Shoes The IAbout lave been sold for over 25 years in this town and that more ttodny than over before is sufficient evidence that people get their moneys worth In these shoes We have Just placed on sale the I largest shipment we ever received from a single house of the brand of goods and we invite wearers of Ladies Suites and drens Shoes to look at the many pretty now styles and lasts I showing We a- voSHOES SLIPPERS nboeI t OXFORDS IIn Black Tan and Patent Leather In Lace and Buttons Wo call pecial attention to our lino of Ladles Oxfords at 82 82CO and S3 fSIL lave notforgotten tho little tots and are showing a dozen fi m jRememberitand stylish footwear t SEVERANCE SONS IOpposite Court House 1 eJ j ye V ITHEINTEfUORJOURNAL Entered n the postoffice at Stanford U lclau mate- rYragollwbdTu3ay uad2Txlda At 1 PER YEAR CASH firWhen not lapildfflSOO will be charged FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralni leare Frankfort attV A L 340 rand x connecting at Georgetown with the Q 1 r itA C llcturnln leave Path at 930 A u anil S O wit- hAOtntntstt12UAu71OP Q rankfbrt after connectlog nand91S r x The tatter train learn U1A X J n NEWTON QUEEN CRESCENT South pasa Junction City N- ooenotstopNa31150rx 1 KoS 1L 1A I No 9 605 r w- OologSouth No2 top Nat 343 A- Il No 41 ItH r M ko106 A X NOTICEWatches cleaned 73 ctej Hocki from ISc to 75c clocks 75c All ork In mytloetoaameculprlce It 1 work nd guar at rcidence on tararteed or FENZEL caller itreeU tOUr oJ Spring 1900 Trees Plants Vines ETtrythlng for Urcbard Lawn and Garden The and Ornamenlargest of Frill Trees drape YlneStrawbenyl1aots Arparagti ordinarily grown ucb in Ithaliarb and goods btrawberr citabllitmeut Nursery anti catalogues to be had on to 11 F HILLESMEYER f K5 Lexington Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With Vltallif Air Physician In attendance Office In the New Thompson Building 17 FIREI LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE OnlY the best companies represented Inquiries solicited 1l It B MAUOKY Agt Stanford 7ho Southcca Kutu 1lnmtment CompUI Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANCE REVERSED Wa Pay TOiila You Live Old Line Companies Pay When You Di- e0er S205000 paid In living benenta- OrertUOOOtReacrTeand Surplus BAENE8 WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford DR Re COLDST6IN THR CelebratediEye Specialist or I oulsvlllc KentuckyW- ill be at the Vcrandii Hotel Stanford Satur day Feb 24th Returning one day in each month Eyes Zximloi sad Glasses Scientifically AAiutei J+ + JYJcG p y UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNiSS SADDLEBY 800 Stanford Ky It IO vj IevILLz TO CHICAGO TTrtaia Morning and Evening from Un on Station 10th and Broadway Passenger desiring information and Weft to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska sad points in lire tar West Including Cal lforniatshould address Stank J Reed Gen Pass Agt E II Bacon Dis Pass Agl WuMciDoeI lVlcoPres fe Gen binar Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr I n 1 FROM CUBA ClKNFCQAS CUUA Feb 15I will pencil a few lines to tho I J as I havo lots of friends In Lincoln county and am a subscriber to the paper I am stationed at Post No1 being thoOrst In Cuba as a military post It Is at tho North of tho Cicnfugas Harbor Loa Ing out on the bosom of tho mighty deep I very often gazo back toward old Kentucky I cant see anything but wator but I wish I could seo some and In fact all of the Kentucky people We do lots of garrison duty Thats all wo do Every 35 nights wo go on guard lor 24 hours Dross parade Tuesdays and Thursdays There are only two boys from Lincoln countyln the 2d U S Regulars aod that Is myself and Bob Wren of lIus tonvllle Most of the boys aro Irom Ohio and Pennsylvania I think wo will come to the States In tho spring U not sooner I will close asking you to please give my best love to all Llnco county friends I am so sorry that trouble IB on at Frankfort JAMES A BcnaiV Co M2dU Slot CIENFCGAS CuuA1 will toll you of a short march which took place on the 15th of January last Wo started irom Passocaball on a boat and at CIcnfi gas landed and started on heavy march- Ing orders The boys were all reeling good the first day of our travel We stopped about loclock In the evening and pitched our dog tents for tho night and left there early tho next morning Some of the boys wasted to return home but the omcera said not and we went on We had an advance add rear guard and they marched us forth tbo next day as we did the first and F t night we had a few skirmishes and firo calls till about midnight when they told us to go to bed and rest Everything went all right till we came to the Ragera river where we had a few marc skirmishes and fire calls and then they let us rest till wo came to Santa Claln where we had to kwon guard and it was about tho same coming home There aro very nice roads here but It takes an educated man to find them They are nothing but cow paths and iberd are not many bridges for we had a wado all the mud boles and rivers on our way The distance was 05 mile for a 10 days march Wo rcturnei homo without losing any men of our company only a few sore feet at d tired legs and worn out clothes I send my lost wishes to my Kentucky friends ALFRED A BOCHEKT Co M2d US lot McKlNNEY Feb 24 Doubtless th assassination of Gov Goebel dates the blackest crime In the history of Kentucky and we heartily endorse everything you have said through your paper in regard to the cruel and coward- lydeedIt spread a gloom not only over Kentucky but over the entire land ant a1l good people regardless of political landing aro united In deploring a rime so foul and so Inexcusable We- feel that tho excitement and shameful condition of attains now existing In our once proud and peaceful State Is all- due to the Instigators and promoters ol that foul crime the assassination oi Kentuckys noblest bravest truest and most fearless deapocratdemocracy- sleaderGov Goebel May every effort be made to find the uilty parties and may they be brought tn speedy punishment la our sincere uslre Though Gov Goebcla oppon cots have succeeded in ending his brilliant life they have not succeeded In tiding the principles for which he lived and died nor shall they ever end them though dead bo lives in tho eartaof those whose lender he was and who loved him Peace to his noble soul 1 And may tho sol rest lightly over his manly roast With best wishes for the luso of democracy and the prosperity of Its earnest supporter the INTERIOI JOURNAL lam your reader and friend ANNA DATON BOBBED THE GRAVE A startling Incident of which Mr John Olirerol iilndelphlatwaa tin subject It narrated by him II I waa In most dreadful condition lofJ akin waa almost yellow ejrea sunken tongue coated ooattnua In tack and side no ap dayhreephysctsahadglrau a Friend adflwd trying n mT gnat Joy and urJ the lint bottle made a dectded ImproTeintnt I continued their use tor- tbNe weeks and tin now a well man I know they aved mrIIle and robbed the gore of 0- otbor one should fan to trytbem On Iy 60 eta guaranteed at Vennya Sir saId a fierce lawyer do you 00 your oath swear that this Is not your andwritingt I think not was the cool reply Does It resemble your writing V I cant say It does tho witness ntlnued calmly Do you swear that It docs not resemble your writing P do1Do take oath that this writing yoursYNow how do you know t Cause I cant write TltBlta There U more Catarrh In this section of thecoon than allothcrdlreauput together and unti- lahutfwytanwasauaeed to be Incurable tor a great many yeara doctor pronounced It alo- cal dbeoM and pnxcrllied local and by nsUutly tailing to cure with local treatment onoumvd It Incurable Science has proven ca Irrb tobe a conttltutlonal disease and therefore lulrenoonjtltuUonal treatment Ilalla Catarrh ire F J Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio la the only constitutional cure on the marklt It 1i taken Internally In doss from 10 opatoa teaspoonful It acts directly on Ih- blOOd and mucous of the system Tbey- oller site for any caw It fails to cure bend clr- culan and teatiiuonlaU Addrena I 4 J CItEtEYt CO Toledo O SoldbT DrugIU75c- IIMlVlKlllr Illl are tbo best hw A THOUSAnD TONGUES Could not eipma the rapture of Annie E Spun shefoundthat Dr KingsIlreDlreoornry for Coo had cuml her of a backing cough lire a burden All hsuatemedieearnaedoctors could glre her no help but ehs says of thli Itoyal urelIl1OOn reo iuoTedthpflnlniuychcit I can now sieps- oundly I fuel like sounding ItapralMa throughout the Unlren So will e one tries Dr Kings New DiMorey for say trouble of the Throat Chwt or Lunga IVIca Sic and 11 Trial tattles mat Penny a Drug Store erery dottle guaran I One hundred and fifty persons wore Injured a number seriously by explo sions following a fire In a Paris suburb which destroyed a block of six Immense warehouses H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Hereford Bull Calvc I I bare for Bale two fine thnwquarter Hertford Hull calve for aale Onod itirk and flno Indltld uali W T TUCKKU May wood Ky WHITE HOTEL w H CAUUIEU rnoRi CORBIN KENTUCKY Gloat to ratxDger Depot FlntClaaa throughout I states U pu dy Valuable Property For Sale It not sold prltately beforehand I twill on Monday lIar rxili 1900 At the front door of the Court llou e In London Ky olfer lor Jale to andMt bldter and the rematn4er In II 12 and iS monthaf1Ualla01enllwlth II per rent interest trout dAte Ie known u Laurel County Fair Crounds About vt el a mile North of London Ky contain lug about 23 acres all under fenra WI and commodious and oUter eutbrdld logs Excellent reclr track A goxl k naent llouae and linden Lot Two good welts on I properly J 11Laurel o THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptotlmto Gallery In Central Kentucky having boon re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses tho now discovery in optic science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Jast received large stock of tho very tmtest Designs ix Jtfouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to bo appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among tho lot is the New French Fleur Do moulding specially for suitable iclicato pictures Embroidered Mat French Water Cblore that ro duiro a dainty frame When in Danville call and see us and got our prices Wo will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Offlco Danville Ky American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co When You Needa Paints Oils Consult Craig Rocker Stanford Too eCZ11Jlp7N1 VEST S TN NCjIPCSI + 7trv- Anc r73tan- Typeulriftny 1frtt j N Ptnd tltrrlo9ugInSeven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his lino Graduates of this college business houses There are other schools but none can ofler our facIlIties Z Four FastTrains TO E Toledo Detroit a err cI AND 4 MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTSy t inm 4 trains every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sleepers on night trains vestibuled Parlor Car on day train = 10 triinj 4 twlna every on vttkitf Sunday INDIANAPOLIS 4 3 aINon SyrTo CHICAGO I Veatlbuled trains Undrd and Compartment Sleeping Cars Parlor Cara and Cafe Dining Cars QUIT Out CMA ee b Cut Cinemoti TO 5M recao 4 Dire EN Routs flew Orleans Iouston Oaluestont Itl1d all Texas and Southwestern Points areIeasily and quickly reached via New Orleanstor Shreveport over tha Otlttn and reCQifgwa ace seraFrom Cincinnati and the NorthiMiles Shorter than an Other Line Cincinnati to New OrleanstVestibuled Llmlted Trainsefluough Pullmans z4 Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Jackson Vlcksurg Houston DallastISan Antonio etc I THS lilt U I TO CNonuoooaelONO oaw OIHtAm II THI aulIN AHO CfitlCtUT aODUac 11 POSTEL7 I hereby warn all persons from Irewpawln on WJ firm for any pUrlw whatever WH LANDUUAr1 Ottenheli DINK FARRIERI- n n CAndldto for Jailer subject to the M lion of the democratic pasty lie M 1Ic1ta your supportJsUK C PEPPLJB8 Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oou1017 ubjcct to the Action of tho li mocrntl pt- ty support Is solicited GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with tn sell prlfaUly M seers of Ihs farm I UtI nn Including the 11lIdl l house ofnv room iltchen and cellar and with cistern anti rprtup the door The place I located un till UnYllle n1 luitonillle pike 7 mile from llmdlle and from llutlonTllle Forty arrra of the farm li In cheat In an condition Ill then are 17 arm f nun land llpurchaiwr wants mo r land I will ell him th entire of 123 acne Tern to lult the urebalM For further rrtkulmall on radJrM 1 O HANDIIMIIv MIlledjteTllle Kj J T SUTTON Undertaker oalonville Kentucky oaershisaerviceato the people of Weal LtDaotoi and case rountle Fall stock ol Cofflniao Calt laalwajion hand D Carpo ter Manllr PLEASE READ January let the tegular IfmlnnuI aettllog time has emu tOne snd jtav of my patron live not settled with mo If you are ono of them you are ur to wale thanking one IIOlIcltlnfconUnuace a iIntoshs Livery feed Stable yrlcKlnlY KY Good lllps at reasonable prices Pato rivers double and for day or nigh If you want to work Caseyand adJolnlnJt luntloi McKlnnoy Is the place to drlYo from flormi well cart for CtI clayweek or month A hare of your 11 jnape FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mules constantly on bl1dand lor sale at an ttmn HERE WE ARE With a new store oewtgoodi and sew prior WI- wtab to announce In tha public of CaMjr it ending tVuntkll that THE RACKET STORE Utanfordwllloivna Drench Snore si Lien rtlsrFeb t3Jw with a lull and roiuplt line ot Dry Goods Notions Mops Boys And Childrens Clothing ptlhrr with mena toys ladle soiree n1 lldrana Hoots amt tlbllCl list 1111Jadlfta d talSfor our any tnothagaranlewu dyouwiuaudteatwebt IOOOt cooda at trr rfbt front lb- farloriN low and In ts4 qUOIlleean for cut II 1we 011 Mil niirgos at lowlopricaeeaWe afford reiuil to lOU fur goat treatment The RACKET STOReS Icheapest alert In Ih country Stanford nd LlbertJ Ky Mason HotelMKS U D SIMPSON Pror lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds Sfllcodsd- tablo Everything firetclnBS Jorlfrt- meet all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Koe constantly on hand a complete llac- lluggiosof buckboard harness tnro c Agent fur Uoerlng Slower and- JIodc ra and repair Oliver Chilled Plow the best mudu always for sale Call on him 011 RITH HOTEL F FHAHCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY S neat Hotel b the mountain rate considered orten meet all train Special attention to tray ellng men IE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only garsTczJ SS Hotel In the city making a 2 RATE One block front the principal shopping IIstrIct and two blocks from the three IrInclpal theatres Sliect cars pass the door to all parts c 1- ho City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to Morel rredi Exchange In Wm Uaughortya shop n anford and got In exchange Flour and leal You can also buy Flour Steal Ship tulr Dran Chicken Feed fee cheaper at place than where In town A trial al1 1 ask I believe exchange will be id thing for farmers and I ansactlouq and lull weight Myods ome from H dderara Dix Juror RoUer- JIIIII and are flrstclass MOURIB FRED lepbone No 08 J A 8 PRICK Surgeon Dentist PtmiTorcI Sty U4acv MclUibena Drug Store In the Owalty- IIUlMlBI ReA JONESp 11Stnnfordi1 IbonoNo 48 Ovtr HlRglns t McKlnncy s 1 JAl B PENNY D D Se STANFORD KY tVOmco at Ilealdcnca on Lancaster Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK 8TANFOUP KY- C vlUl Stock 100000 fiuplu I17C83 61 This Injtltullon orUlnatly ealaUlibW aa Ik4 De 0111 Dank 111111010111111 ldl tben reorgantsl u lb National lUok o Stanford la IUS andafal wrgantacJatbsFirst National liaakol SUntori a IIII bat had pnclkally aa lalnUrrapUd eatab assist U van It la belies supplied Mw wltl facilities tit transacting bush promptly and lib rally than embefor In lu longfand lioooiablt oar Accoanta of lodUUaala Bduelarl44na and Iads rid nat aUcltdDUBCTOal raseUnteloCo4 JW llajdoo Stanford BTUarrli 8 11 BaufbmaD It 18 Ilocker It Tr Hill wr Walton It W ATTIWU J U CollUrCraa Orthd U J Miller UkVenon MDEIinpre Stanford Oelc55 J fl line fr PmiJ nIl J J JCeRobarta Cakltr Lincoln CountyINational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- SooooBor to Tile Farmers Rank A Trust unIsoy- and under utu management oualjr for n Yrara Solicits Your Bank Aooount tk- Roplog such mutuallyDIItfmoitS IJ WUIIami J 8 SrJA W W HCuuiraW J E Lynn 811 tlbanhJ J II OwiUy OFF1CEay- S II Shank l JllO ileTVthlerWi AutCtihler TO FLORIDK DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VIA Diitnern Railway SoIlTIIU1fIIIILWptrlor Kheilule through car mle and tranipar allon arrangeuienu generally erer to the ravel to Southern andLoulnmeln Tbl11lIatemTiiKovnti Strrrlxu CAn from Cincinnati t acktonTllI th cunrenleut ronnectlon Rosa oulirllle tla Knunlllc Itabm soil Sun IouIItr blkrAlto through Sleepingtare from St Lout ts LllIlIrodIlfIllugcre rem Ily to Jackauneille crmnectlosilbAtlanta Jt8UP and The Plant baern The hl thirtyghthoursAll Agents olennnerttng Illes sell throuphWla 1er Jdunlon tickets via U1I room ra AILxAT- the10 Itnorti of Florida and the South mlJedJ ti ImAM JIttN W P A M Chicago II- ICA UAlIUI TaT 14 W A TURK 0 P A WiuhlDcton D O- WII AgntfTAYLOR A