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I- y SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALi Ii VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 219009 A1tI NO1 REPELLING AN INSULT LONDON Fob M Thejedltor of the Echo comes out with an extra supply u of brains last week and informs tho democrats who atsombled In mass iiicoi leg at the court house a week or o ago adopting resolutions concerning the assassination of Gov Goobol that they know no moro what they wore rcio luting about than they know about wbat was going on In the dark Jungles of Africa Qnlto a great deal bal been said about London and tho character of 1U inhabitants since It became la moue as the scat of the Rump Legit lat rG but never has such a slander c been hurled at iu Intelligence an that which comes from tho editor of the Echo The democrats who assembled nt that mooting are as Intelligent men and women for It was composed of both as can bo found In Laurel county Living In a college town and a town where more dally papers are sold and toad than In any other town of Its size In the State and whose inhabitants travel as much or more than the aver ago Kentuckian with such opportuni ties such Ignorance as Is ascribed to them by the Echo would bo Inoxcusa ble end unpardonable By these means they are kept In touch with all matters pertaining to lath State and national atTain and got only that but they know something of foreign affairs Still wo acknowledge that wo are not so wise as tboto wise Solons who loft Frank fort tho day before Coy Goobel was sbotvln order that they might not be accused of doing tbo shooting nor are we as wise as those who stood around certain depots not a thousand miles from London waiting to receive tele grams stating that lI the deed Is done Goobel shot come to Taylors roe cue But as to what has taken place since thon wo are well aware Wo are much obliged to tho editor for his offer of the columns of tbo Echo to give out Information concerning the Implication of Taylor his associate and advisors Some ono might toll something be knew and Taylor his associates and advisers might happen to read the Echo and all of them mightt leave Immediately for Cunadnand then when he and all his associates an visors were gone there might not bo enough left tomako It Interesting for Mr Ilnkcrton The first news sent out about Goobel I was that ho was shot from tbo oxoouI t live building and It Is still said andI no ono has over proved that It was not true and as Mr Dycho saystbcy prove by their silence that It Is true ThoI evidence has also been substantiated by those who worn with Goobel when ho was shot by those who have proven tho range of the bullet and alto by tboI doctors who attended Coy Goobol that ho was shot In the breast And the volumnous evidence spoken of by tho Echo all proves that ho was shot In the breast by a gun fired from tbo window of the executive building which was at the time occupied by Mr Tay- lot From the time that Taylor was sworn In as governor until the time that Goobel was sworn In there was nothing dune by him that was credit able and after ho was unseated by the law his actions havo boon a disgrace to the country and to the State and to all civilization Secreting himself In aback room surrounded by eoldlor hid log to keep tho processes of the law being served on him and when served utterly Ignoring It and also Ignoring tbo orders of tbo county judge and sheriff suspending tho law of habeas corpus arresting and imprisoning a civil officer while In the discharge of upIfI facts staring us In tbo face wo should bo so Ignorant as to say bo Is the best governor tho State over had we would acknowledge that wo had llballed him i and would deserve to bo classed with tho Ignoramuses ol the world or to bo exiled to the dark Jungles of Africa and oaten by canlbals for unpar donable Ignorance To place the name Taylor In tho catalogue of governors will bring tho blush of shame to hie torians who will pen with prldo such governors as Dockham Blackburn Mc Creary Goebel A FEW or TUB UNTEmmmDI Pennybackerof Somerset are visiting relatives at Chattanooga Miss Mattlo Singleton was ovor from MoKlnnoy a few days ago Mr and Mrs Wallace Walter ChampFrancishave roturnod from uurnsldo James Jackson who has been old friends In tbo Pleasant Point neighbor hood has returned to Texas Hatland Carman and family have moved to PUt laskl Robert Murphy our photogra pher has a now camera and l ready t for patrons E M C Then it more Catarrh In tbti Mellon oUhe count thin all other dlwuc put together and nnlll t thefutkwyernwaraulgnxd to ta Inmrsbl f For great uiatijrjeori Uocton pronounced It a lo cal lUwaw prescribed local ime llc and br- conKanlly falling to cure with local lrealmente nronoancid It Incurable Science hat UrrliU a con tltatonal dlwaie and lberefolI conitltutlonal treatment halls Catarrh Cure manufacturod by F J Chen A Co Tole do Ohio U the only cure on the market It It taken Internally to doer from 10 dbloolftr 1100 for any rue tocure or clr clara and bIUalla Sold by Druxirb7aet p J LANCASTER JulIo William Tottoo Ion duty as S btorekopper in Irvine county Mr George Klncald and Miss Pearl Ganlluoau wuro married Tuesday in tho vicinity of Paint Lick Mr W B Burton sold a tine saddle Holding to Tennessee party for 8200 tlujh and Ulll Clark wore fined for shooting pops Mr Leonard Barnett of this county and tills May Prltcbott eloped from her homo In Madison county Thurs day morning and were married at the Simpson Ilouse this city by Rov J Masscc The puralvorsof Wolfords cavalry will have handsome badges to distin gulch them when the G A R meets here There are only about a dozen in this county but they will have badges for coq visitors City Attorney W I Williams In forms mo that Judge Sauflov will hear the question of the validity of the war rents Issued by the city of Lancaster against parties for the illicit sale of whisky next Saturday- A wreck near Paint Lick Tuesday delayed the train duo hero at 11 oclock until 6 It and the Loulsvlllo mall did not arrive until 8 p M when It was distributed by Postmaster West No ono wan injured In tbo wreck Farmer J C Lewis SI Plunkard Company with 20 star artists will a pear at the opera house Monday night March 6 It It said to bo a firstclaw troupe and a largo crowd will see the laughing boom SI and hit country band will give a parade- J shopsIIand I and granary are nearing completion and they will add two more to tbo many improvements and enterprises which are placing Lancaster In the front ranks of growth and prt i crliy Two of the largo dogs belonging t the Uncle Toms Cabin troupe which showed at Stanford Jumped off tho train hero Tuesday night and were taken In by two colored men who kep them until the ownerv sent for them Vedncsday evening and paid a email rewardMr B Mason who olllccs with Circuit Clerk J W itamllton says that the docket for the court which convenes March 12 U tbo lightest and tho poorest docket that be bas seen during his 25 years experience In lljo clerks ofllce there being oqly 20 small appearances Thai Chapman Warren Co Is draw ing largo crowds to tbo opera houe every night It is universally pro nounced ono of the troupes tbnt ever appeared In this city 1 asked tbo manager why be did not go to Stanfoc when ho replied that it was too small for a weeks engagement Miss Mattlo Klkln has IOIIU to Nlcb Qlanlllo to visit Mitt Mary Welch appointedlockml1llter river tear the mouth of Sugar Creek CaptPnowlyblownI heartily concur with tbo Frankfort Argus in Its mention of lIon James n McCrcary as a suitable man to bear the democratic color In tbo raco fo governor next fall Tho public Is fa millar with his record In the highest places of public trust and with his abil L to organize his forces end Invarl ably march to victory Mr E C Walton the polite and In dofailgablo business manager of the INTEIU rt JOURNAL was hero Monday and be went to Bryantsvlllo Tuesday Although tbo weather was Inclement and a small crowd was In town bo trot 32 now subscribers to the paper This Is due to the fact that I a born hustler and ISTEiiioit JoUKNAis aro In demand Mr George T Hlgglnbotbam who favors the extension of the Southern railroad very wisely suggests that an agreement ba made to select a commit too to appraise tbo farms through which run before It is built a than have the same committee to appraise them after the road bas bee n constructed the difference to be paid as damages The man who will not agree to this does not want a railroad Mr Henry Patterson showed mon circular dated July 17 1832 which ho found among the papers ofble great grand fathea Cary A Wooley It 1 printed on book paper which Is preserved the print Is very distinct acd it is signed by a Garrard county committee favoring the election oj Henry Clay to the presidency and Ope poalng the re eleeiton of Gon Jackson It favors the Bank of the United States good money the union and liberty It lea red hot political document and a curiosity In this ago MATRIMONIAL MATTERS W K Hughes 00 obtained license Wednesday to marry Miss Salllo Wat Son 30 on the 7tbIB G B Foley a Russell county wid owor and school teacher was marrie- Wednesday to Miss S S Foley at H L Folos William Mooney of Hellalre 0 his wife because she scolded him correcting ono of tbelr children An older child then shot Mooney fatalIiy v felldeadthe ceremony which would make a wife thus did Providence her from many trials sorrows and tribulations MT VERNON Mrs Margaret Fish mother of John B Fish died Friday Deputy Sheriff Tato and Jailer Grit no raked In several offenders Tuesday A cow and dog belonging to Dr Pen nlngton died of somotlbng like hydro phobiaSmallpox bas abated at Wild Ie AIJ tbo eases are almost well and no new ones reported Young Price who was sentence J for shooting George Pease has been taken to tho Houses of Reform at Glendale Egyptian Tea Is the latest name for moonshine made In the Egypt neighborhood Just beyond Brush creek Elevation above sea level Gum Sulphur 878 feet Brodbcad 003 Mt Vet nun 1113 MurctsburgJ127 Livingston 858 Pino Mountain 1000 At Brush Creek last Saturday tho boys rated considerable sand altar loading up on plnotop No casualties however only u fisticuff or two Rov Charles Peterson an aged preacher who lived hero for a year or morowas run over and killed by a train near bis home In Georgia recently There has been less llbuor used here during the last few months In this paco than bat been known for years hut few have been seen on tbo streets under lu Influence and they were itpKentucky Tele phone Association which meets In Lexington some time In April will have in addition to the Stato people representatives companies and trade Journals from New York St Louis Chicago and other points J A Landrum agent at the station hero tolls us there is a man at Pitts burg who claims he never learned tread until be was advanced In age and that bo did no studying to learn tho art IIo leather claims that hocan reed nothing but print in the Bible G T Johnson tho Orlando merchant tht goods In tho store of W C Mulllns t Co at Withers and will continue the business Big hearted Dilly as ho is familiarly known will wo under stand take contract for running bal last on the Illinois Central this season Emil Suter Dutch Johnny the atop cutter who has worked hero several yeas was married last week at Hydcn wherVi be has been working for tbo past six months on the new courthouse and other buildings Suter has bad ox andoSpanish war and is a man devoid o fear Last fall In a fight a man was shot down within 60 feet of him Fifty pistols were drawn Tbo contractor and his men loft the works and toll Johnny to follow but bo continued his steno outing saying not mine fight We hear a number of compliments oft Judo Waddles ability displayed on tbo bench Rev Cole preached at tho HeWllljprobablyear InJDurklrk Ind Hon Samuel Ward I Livingston was here Tues Brodheadrbest citizens continues 111 Mrs U Painter of near Urodhead fell fractured her collar bono J M Hay Holds the lice Lick merchant was wit us Monday Mrs G A Rico U vleltin Loulsvlllo CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Rev A M Lambert is holding a meeting at Early Chapel He1t EG Laweon of Springfield will assist tbo pastor Rov S M Ran kin In a meeting which will begin at the Presbyterian church Mondey sight St Johns Episcopal church at Lax moneyIthe on the church debt GEN GOHDOX LECTUUE Gen John B Gordon the commandorln chief of the United Confederate Vet crane will lecture at the opera house In Danville Tuesday night March 13 of 14 as at first announced Ho swill glue his brilliant now lecture 0 a ConfederacyGen 18 occasion will be made an event of es pedal interest by the old soldiers a both bo and tbo veterans now left ar rapidly nearing the shadows of the great camp There is no mora dlltln gulsbcd Southerner no grander statesman orator and patriot than Goo Gordon Seats will at the special- price of 75 cents In a wreck on the Missouri Pacific railroad near Independence Mo Mrs J G Schrnldlapp wife of the Cincin nati millionaire was Instantly killed as bodyd was lapp was badly Injured and daughter so badly scalded that she will lose tbo sight of both eyes Eight other per Injuredeons Joe and James Greor two r men are in jail at Benton charged with the murder of an old Negro man in a horrible manner WANTKDMM to learn Barber trade GOO 08I tloui l KO monthly wdtlogoar du t e Geld fin earn tuition two months complete All Information with tumlwiue 1900 loimnlr mallet tree Moler Bubcr allege BU LouU Mo BRYANTSVILLE AND HER PEOI PLIITbo I Js ropresentutlvo had tbeI pleasure of spending Tuesday with the good people of tho Bryantsvlllo section and was treated so well that bo will repeat his visit early and often That to the democratic end of Garrard and consequently the bet end politically and probably morally certainly has tbo appearance of a mural place pot withstanding a distillery Is cot far oil The first man I saw was that splendid friend of this paper Capt W J logan whoso first words were Youre going to take dinner with me and to which I raised no objection Besides giving mo a most excellent meal he assisted In getting a number of new subscribers and other work for which I hereby acknowledge thanks His good wlfo IB a sister of Mr Henry D 3augbman of Lincoln and like her husband Is as hospitable as tbo days are long Dr G A Traylor who for years doc cored the people of tbo Hubble vicini ty is doing well at Bryantsvlllo and is pleased with his new home He was exceedingly kind to roe and my thanks aro also duo him for courtesies Dr W M Elliott and Dr Armstrong are the other medicine men tbere The former is a son of fader Milton Elliott and is almost as much of a success at farming an he Is at curing the sick There are three stores and an under DryantnllleI ter Included The merchants are J X Dunn d Co C C Becker and J S Uascldon while Capt Hogan referred to above conducts the undertaking bus Incas The first named firm have one of tbo largest country stores In the DeckI to have a little of everything wblle in the saddlery and harness line Mr Has olden Is strictly upto date J W Farley for years a subscriber of this paper Is tho leading blacksmith of the town and bo turns out a largo amount of satisfactory work As suited before this Is a democratic section At onetime not many years ago there were 43 Dunce who votes the democratic ticket at time Bryants rills precinct and they were and yet dIedI25 or 30 who can always be depended upon tbo stamp under file rooster I got a half dozon of this clover family to take the I J Most of the others forrI stopped at Marksbury and Murcol pus and mot a number of gentlemen who were just wanting a good demo cratic paper Mr N H Boglo Is tho merchant prince at tbo former place and ho carries a splendid stock Mr William Marksbury for whom that village was named is now selling goods at Marccllus and his store shows signs of prosperity Mlllard Rout la ono of tho many substantial farmers In this section who is a good friend of this paper and be never misses un opportu city to speak a good word for It VI1NEWS OF THE VICINAGE farmerArthur Baugh son of the dead coun ty clerk of Russell has been appointed clerk until the next election Representative Gilbert introduced a perIvlllo W P Vaughan who was hurt in the Missouri Pacific wreck used to live in Danville and is a son of Rov Theo Vaughan Solomon Hondrlckson who Is 60 and near sighted shot his brother Uillls in Dell county while turkey shooting and severely infured him Ed Hayden at Lebanon shot and it is thought fatally wounded Geo Smith a Columbia Negro whom he found at his home when be returned at night Morris F Shumate oldest eon of Mr and Mrs F MShumate died vaster day morning at the family residence In this city aged 23 Danville Advocate M A Watklns of the dry goods firm 0of Watkins do Co of London loft thoro about 10 days ago for Louisville for the purpose of buying bis spring goose and sincej ln of Mr InDoylo willhoFork church Garrard county at 2 oclock this afternoon My mother suffered with chronic dlar atIane t pro nounced her case hopeless She ed one 25cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and five doses gave her permanent roller I take pleasure in recommending it ss the best on the marketMr F E Watson Alken Ala Sold by Craig h Hocker druggists Stanford Ky THE BOERS Surrendered but we still bold our ground as leaders in TIME CLOTHING IC Furnishings late Shoes Etc A large line now closing out at reduced prices to make room for our Spring Stock a t e Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frobman Co Miller Hirsch Danville rA C SNEIqCONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD EEtfTTTCXr I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Math Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0- g w8t MIOJ3EiTS1c g- g DRUGGIST STANFORD g 00ogg0Special Attention Given to the Compounding of Prcsclplons Scientifically 0 oandwith Care ot0Terms Cash Telephone No 27 go Ollico Long Distance Telephone 0- o a 00000000000000000C000Q00000000000000v Yw V = ir W i JOB LOTS l lf IE Jlrrhc season is about over and we have l Ell hOTSofSTUPPI nil You can afford to try nt the prices made Lot of smallf t l 6quality but old styles 50 and 75 cts per pair 1 and Misses Rubbers last years stock broad toes 15 cts lit BENS FINE SHOES fiLatest style toes leather lined heavy soles 125IR es PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery v Paints And Oilstj t Telephone No 2 Stanford ky 4 e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 2 1900 w P WALTON ODH dispatches in last issue told briefly of tbo decision of tho contest board in favor of the democratic contestants for the minor State offices of their demand for thoao offices from the republican holders of their refusal to give them up and of injunction proceedings to compel thorn to vacate and that temporary quarters had been secured In the Capital Hotel for the transaction of the States business The result was arrived at by declaring for good and sufficient reasons which are exhaustively reviewed the vote cast in Louisville and the counties of Martin Johnson and Magoffin void Judge Robert J Brecklnrldgo was de clared elected by a majority of 3033 G G Coulterauditor by 2419 S W Eager treasurer 1010 C B Hill secre tary of State 2849 H V McCheanoy superintendent schools 1700 and I B Nail commissioner of agriculture 2615 These gentlemen were there fore given the certificates of election as they would have been given by the board in the first place had it not been then according to its decision simply a canvassing machine Alter getting down to business the fret thing that tbo new officers did was to send notice to all county officials who collect State revenue and to all banks which hold funds on deposit warning them against recognizing the former republican 0111I dale in the transaction of business affecting the State This effectively tied up the State funds as the banks will not pay on the order of either un til tho courts decide that the Injunction proceedings are wolf taken and tbat the offices belong to the gentlemen named The situation now is this If tho courts grant the Injunction and the republicans should refuse to surrender the places that are not theirs it will then bo the duty of courts to enforce their order by having the therifTs or as many as are necessary call out tho posse comltatus and put them out by force They will hardly wait for this however nor will Taylor ever resort to the military again to enforce illegal proceedings The band of the usurper has been effectively tied BOTH Senator Blackburn and Mr Watterson who are In Washington i say in Interviews that tho election law should be amended so as to take even a suspicion of partisanship from It We believed ourselves that the passage ofI the law was unnecessary and said soI when it was before the Legislature but alter It was made a part of the demo cratlc platform and was given the seal of constitutionality by the appejlato court wo accepted It both as a demo cratic and State law and argues t that It is not halt so bad as Its enemies contend Ignorance of Its provisions for not one man In 100 ever read the law and Its abuse by twoforanlckle spell binders cost us many votes In Not vember and signally failed to accom push what the republicans claimed It was for We should personally prefer that it should remain the law since Gov Goebel permitted his name to be given to it though at the same time doubting It Is said the propriety of Us j passage but if It Is to be a stumbling block in the way of the democrats In tbo future as In tbo past It will be better perhaps to amend It so that no charge of partisanship can attach to It Kentucky is democratic without a so called counting machine TUG 8100000 appropriation bill to find the assassin of Gov Goebel and expose the conspiracy that led up to the deed passed the House Wednesday after a fivehour fight 57 to 37 It had previously passed the Senate Holt of McCracken wanted to cut the amount to 825000 McRobarta of Lincoln pro posed to reduce It to 310000 and Wal ton of Hart to 85000 but they got only trouble for their pains The republicans voted solidly against tho bill several of them arguing that It was a direct thrust at the republican leaders but Mr Brown of Nelson told them that It must be guilty consciences that hurt them as the word republican does not appear In a line of the bill The large amount of reward will bring the best detective service Into requisi Lion and already the conspirators from Taylor to the least of them are quak log In their boots May the last son ofa gun of them get their deserts at a ropes end- JVDQRr BliOWN saystbat Judge John Henry Wilson shall not have his office till all the courts decide In his favor but when John Henry goes to Manches ter Monday and demands his plac3 the judge will likely decide that discretion- Is tho better part of valor MR RICHARDSON the leader of the House has adopted as his motto Not- a day without a thrust at a trust Ho ought to add and Well never stop till they bust- Ttii Kentucky Senate with tho rascals absent is a very unanimous body It passed seven bills right along Wednesday 10 to 0 SENATE AMENDS ELECTION LAW HOUSE TO TACKLE MCCHORD DILL TODAY LOUISVILLE Mar 2 0 A ITbe State Senate by vote of 16 to 3 passed Johnson bill amending Goebel election lawThe McChord bill will be up In tbo House today and a hot fight Is aheadCD TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL has arras It ed with Mr Charles Dobba telegraph editor of the Louisville Times and ono oT the best posted men in the State on political and other questions to send It dispatches of the latest news on tho mornings of its Issue and at any time that anything of great Importance transpires This paper will therefore have even later general news than the Courier Journal of the same dato and always as heretofore sweep the local news platter clean WE do not care bandy with the Idiot of the London Kentuckian but will remark In closing that he or any one else who says that we got out of the indictment for libel by begging off and apologizing through our little sbeets a cowardly liar The only explanation we ever made was printed after e Clark voluntarily on his own motion bad the case dismissed Frankfort aM the Legislature Senator Farris offered an act provid ing clerical assistance for the attorney general It gives him a clerk at 875 a committee will report in favor of seating Combs froth Madison over Harris The democratic State Senate recon sidered Its former action and confirmed Taylors appointments for the State board of equalization The banks to rccoenlze tho warrants of the rival State officers until the courts confirm or deny the ti tie of the democrats Vandals during Tuesday night tore down the mourning with which tho State Capitol was draped In respect to tho memory Gov Goebel Gov Beckham has received a contrt butlon of 8100 to the Uoorel monument fund from citizens of Missouri forwarded through Gov Stephens A joint resolution for the purchape of State official manuals tbe first bill to a88 the Legislature was sent to Gov Beckbam for bis signature The antiGoebel socalled democrats of Covington nominated L L Creasey of that place for Stato Senator In opposition to regular democratic nom inee Attorney General Brecklnrldgo appeared before the appellate court and asked to be recognized as regular official and the court took It under ad visementBy vote tho State Senate to confirm Taylors appointments of commissioners for various Institutions and the State board of equalization Senator Senator Carter with a gavel made from dem ocratic wood bya democratic boy John L Norris one of the of the Senate Senator Carter responded with a brief speech acknowledging the pres entGov Beckham appointed as commissioners for the Deaf Institu tion at Danville J L Allen C R McDowell C C Eox and W S Rowland of Boyle and L W Hudson of Gar rard and the Senate confirmed them The contest committees In the cases of QolTman against Abele from Cov aud of Cannon against StoutI from Woodford reported to tbo House Both majority and In tbo first case recommend the Beating or Abele wblch was adopted Stout was also seated The Senate refused to confirm any of the appointments sent In by Taylor of commissioners the eleemosynary Institutions including Wm Worthlnsr ton E Beauchamp and DI H howard of the Houses of Reform and W S Rowland and John J Mc Roberts of the Deaf Dumb Institute atDanvilleMr made a speech In the assassinatioamendmentproappropriation to reduce 810 000 according to the EnI quirer he said he had the cour age dl his convictions Ho used Latin phrases In expressing himself and the republican members many of whom knew nothing about what ho was say Ing applauded liberally Iho new State officers have appointed tbo following assistants and Secretary of StateHarry Tandy of Paducab assistant 81800 Simeon Cook of Shelbyville clerk In tion department 81800 J K Roberts ot Leo county 81200 Attorney general Clem Whltto more ofGraves county no regular sal aryTreasurerW W Haeer of Magof fin county assistant 81500 Superintendent of PublicInstruction Ben Watt Green chief clerk 81500 Mrs H V McChesney of Livingston county first clerk 81000 N H Gardner of Bowling Green second clerk 8850- Commissioner of AgrlculturoHu bert Vreeland of 81200 G M Lcachman of Washing ton county 81200 BRIEF SEWS NOTATION The fire which swept through they goods district of Newark N J causedn loss of 81000000 c7 Lori Curry a notorious Missouri train shot and killed at Dodson Mo while resisting arrest Frank Hakay a Fry Indian Territo ry brute burned his sixyearold stepson in order to get rid of him The Tennessee board of pension ex aminers has just granted pensions of 8100 a year to 85 exConfederate sol dlcrs A R Caruthera got a judgment against the L Se N for 85000 damages for Injuries received in tbo wreck at GaplnihoKnobs Seven Inches of snow cover the Mid- Westerndie States and railroad traffic Is delayed In a dozen States In Chlca go and St Louts the street cars could hardly run A dispatch received alter wo had gone to press Tuesday and which had to bulletined told that Gen Cronjo tboI man who blocked the Jameson raid won Englands hatred bad at daylight that morning unconditionally surren dered to Lord Roberts commanding the British armies in South Africa The surrendered force wblch numbers nearly 4000 has been holding a aln8tILion at Paadoberg for 10 days a overwhelming odds and It Is not known bow many wore slaughtered In the death trap The war In Africa seems near an end Following Cronjes surrender BullerI relieved Ladysmlth yesterday Uen White bad up forI four months The English are wild with delight ADDITIONAL LOCAL ANSWERS good and bad are pourI tag In to tho Prize Poem publlsbedI In our last THE Baptist ladles realized a nice sum for their church carpet by their oyster supper last night The prettiest girls in town and country acted as waiters and did It nicer than experts aTONIGHT Fields Hansons Minstrels will arrive in their special car drawn by one ot the freights tills morn log and will give street parade and a grand performance at Waltons Opera House tonight- DEATIIUon David Rankin lather of T 0 and George Rankin of this county died Tuesday at his homo In Wayne county He was a member of the Legislature In 18S23 and possessed of many sterling qualities HUSTONVILLE W C Greening will make a city out of this town yet Hois making arrangements to burn the brick with which be will put up a business house and dwelling on the lot he re cently bought between Fryes and Wheelers store The second story of tbe business house will likely be a hall wblch can be used for shows hops and the likeMrs J H Reid Is some bet terTho aged Mrs L J Wilkinson died at her home on Fryes Creeks a few days ago of cantor James Grubba has a fine girl at his house Wm Dodd sold to a Southern party a geld Ing for I1fiOMrs Rose will materially improve the old Cook property this spring GOEDEL MONUMENTMr E D Kennedy committeeman for the McKinney section tnrnpd over 81025 to us yesterday collected by him for tho Goebel monument fund the first of tbe gentlemen appointed to report Thirst 15 names wore sent by Mr Ken nedy We had received to last report 820 00 W A CotTer 100 J B McKinney 100 DC Allen 100 A B McKinney 100 E D Ionnedy 10- H Vaohook t iO Edgar Reynolds 50 50G M Givens E O Singleton li- KL Tanner 0 E J Tanner O Arthur Carter 60 Sam Montgomery 25 60 fsV0CIRCUIT COURT Tuesday marnlng Pearson Miller was sworn In as deputy sheriff L R Hughes made application for license to practice law Dud Harris Negro for stealing a horse from Ben Bright plead guilty and got lour years Ed Simpson for drawing a pistol on M S Baugbman on election day was fined tOO and given 25 days in Jail He was also fined 810 for a breach the peace in connection with tbo first offense and the other indictment for drawing a pistol on Dink Farmer who arrested him was resubmitted to tbe grand jury on demurrer stating that tbe word weapon had been loft out of the Indictment In describing it as deadly Ben Lewis for breach of tbe peace In Judge Carsons office was fined 810 which he roplovled Crlt Smith was fined 820 for illegal salo of liquor The only case tried Wednesday was that of M T Reynolds vs Reuben Curtis for 8000 damages As overseer of the road Curtis bad a ditch cutalong Reynolds premises which bo claimed Injured his property The jury didnt think so however and found for tho defendant Dean Smith was not present Monday when ho was given a sentence for carrying a concealed weapon andupon a good excuse for his failure to appear Judge Saulley set asldo the yerdlct and continued the case till next court John Jackman lost out in a suit with Mrs Lucy Ends The grand jury returned two Indictments against George Owens for holding up John Cook and Henry Westmoreland and robbing them of all the money they had Ho was also indicted for carrying a concealed weapon Robert Bowling was Indicted for cutting Ed Brockman and Joo Claunch and George Dalton for robbing the barn of J M Carter Arch Adams for carrying concpalcd weapons and W H Harris for cutting Petrle wore Indicted the latter In two cases Indictments wore returned yesterday against Charles sTnlth and Davo Guest for carrying concealed weapons Thom as Welch for barn breaking and robbery Jesse Nance for receiving stolen goods Crlt Smith was fined 8M for shooting Ballard Yocum and Thomas Robinson Ed Leo and Andy iSnodgrasa cleared of gaming J R Bush and W S Burch were appointed to examine ap pllcants for law license SlRiNO came In with a down pour which changed to snow and sleet dur lug the day and made yesterday a most disagreeable one It Is not so cold thli morning and the signal service says It will still be warmer STOLE VAISKY loves broke the locks on Mr James R Henrys wholesale whisky house at Klrksvlllo Sunday night with hammers and stole 15 gallons of whisky In three five gallon kegs They also stole a quart measure a funnel There Is no clew to tbo scamps but Mr Henry writes that be will give 850 for their arrest and con viction THE city council ighcpermitted transfer of the liquor license of Anderson Carr to Carpenter Myern and ordered an ordinance to be drawn up to have cattle pens for court day stock If a competent man can be gotten to take charge Judge Varnon was ordered to get out a new pamphlet of the ordinance and bylaws of the town and allowed 825 for the work A too which bo supposed was mad attempted to blto Oscar Huffman In O P Huflmans butcher shop yesterday morning but the young man prevented him Tbe canine then turned on Gabo Eliclo who also succeeded In getting out of Its way Edward Coopers dog was the next thing in sight and ho was bitten several times By this time Huffman and Elkin bad secured pistol and fired a number of shots but the little red dog whose owner Is not known ran out and down tho street unhurt Cooper dog was killed In tbe fight however POLITICIANS AND POLTICS The modified Porto Rican thrill bill panted the Houso 172 to 162 tEx President Harrison denies that he has been engaged as an attorney for Taylor In case tbo Kentucky contest ROM to the supreme court Senator Blackburn says that Taylor Senator Doboo and other leading republicans will be Indicted for complic ity In the assassination of Gov Gocbol A now democratic weekly Ie soon to be started In Harrodeburg which la to bo called the Mercer News It le to be a free sliver democratic journal and to bo edited by Prof Boawell Roaring Bill Sweeney has been de Wed by the court of appeals to be a common ovary day defaulter and It has given judgment against his sureties for 81085 03 collected by Sweeney as ro dyer of the Washington circuit court Congressman Gilbert was highly complimented on tbo speech ho made against the Porto Rican Tariff bill He discussed the question from a constltu tlonal standpoint and argued that tbe pending bill was in contravention of the constitution It was Mi Gilberts maiden speech In the House and in tbo language ot the old members be made a hitA republicans met at Frankfort Wednesday night and resolved torte their election troubles to Congress and ask the republicans of Tennessee Iabama Mississippi and Missouri which have similar laws to aid them In having the body regulate election for Congressmen and appoint the offi cers to conduct it John W Ycrkes was principal speaker LAND AND STOCK J C Slier sold to a Garrard party six heifer at 82650 Beazley Bros sold to R O locker a family horse for 860 Mark Hardin sold to M J Farris c bunch of bogs at 3ic W P Tate sold to James Mcascr n pair of mules for 8150 FOR SALE Nino good broke mules W W Lyon Mt Salem Ky 3t Best cattle are worth Co in Chicago bogs 5 sheep 585 and lambs 735 F R Felaod sold to Wm Mountjoy 15 nice owes at 88 Adderson News Sales of 300 lambs for June and July delivery at Sic are noted In the Winchester Democrat Garrard county raised 800000 pounds ot tobacco last year which averaged 7i cents She raised over 2000000 pound of hempHay selling at 80 to OOo per 100 pounds In the West End and is scarce at that Corn Is hard to find at less than 8250 JC Slier writes us that his stockyards at Lancaster will charge lOc east for cattle mules horses and colts 5 for sheep and 4 for hogs W L Wood sold to Beazloy Bros and Eph Woods 10 hogs ISO pounds at to and bought of H J Daret three butcher cattle at Ic and a bunch of stock hogs of Tom Penco at 3c The sale of tho late Edward McCarty at Danville yesterday was largely attended and good price ruled through out Tho farm of 185 acres was bought by Mr Smith of Lexington at 8105 B C Sandldge lost by death his fine bay rockaway gelding which ho could have sold at any time for 8200 He drove tbe horse hero Monday and bo was seemingly all right when ho got home but next day it died of collo The lamb crop Is coming out splen dldly and up to this time only a small po rconage has been lost The prospects fr a large wheat crop In Bourbon this year Is very promising and tho farmers are anticipating a fine crop Bourbon News Beazley Bros sold to Knox of Ten nessee four horses for 8700 S II Baughman sold to samaa walking gold Ing for 813750 M S Baughman to same a combined horse for 8125 Mr Knox also of Moro of Boyla two horses including tho ono Sam M Owens sold for 8250 Doc Cowry who confessed to com mitting an assault dn Mrs Hayraan Million In Madison and who is in jail at Richmond will likely bo lynched Unsays be waa drunk when ho commit ted the crime postonlceIof Valley View Iadlson county ask Ink for the removal of the postmaster at that place VALUES AND BARGAINS OPPORTUNITY iOF THE hMistfille Store rn That appeals to the reason and good judgment of every body who reeks the best values for the least monelhthe list of IIInead 14 Domestics nApron Checked Gingham 0 cent quality our price 5 cents H- Af 1 Case of new Fancy Prints regular price 6 cents isles price 4 cents 17 LIoYard wide Bleach Cotton only 6- cNotions 8U Q IX 3 t HOootl Size Turkish Bath Towels only 16c per pair j ScH Thread lOc Id 8Lailies Black Hose only 6c Ladles extra heavy Black floss Sc ITI t Bed Spread 60c Three yard Lace Curtains iS- cH LrJ j 1 Lot of all wool Socks to close at 12c 11 ShoesrnufI Lotjof Ladiesa Kid Shoes only SOc r 1 Lot of fine Dongola Kid Shoes for Ladle In ama l hotonly 68ch LI Ladles fine Patent Tip Shoes lace Or button only OSc all No- iM Mens fine Shove OSc to f5 13 Buckle Plow Shoes only 76c PiMens of Children Shore 16c No and 2K t3 HPiAf j nave you 25 per cehton anything In title line live u your measure LI 1 for Shirts made to order and get in the long list of cuitomcn that are no wearing tho White Swan Shirtthe best made 11 LOU ISVILLESTORE Salinger Bros Pros ManlgerI NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE J COPIed with Aluminum See It before buying any other The Dewey SeUMlMting Roaster And Baker The Condenser has the Fowl basting thoroughly dnrlng entire time it Is roasting A new combined extension Step Ladder the best ladder on the market Higgins McKinney =xc sBucher Gibbs Avery And Vulcan Thred of the Lest plows made Farmers are conUall Invited to call In and exam ino them Full lute of Buggies Carriages Wagons Ac W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the Real THE POOR MANS DOCTOR yeariCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a Torpil Liver iOEa NOT 1TATTSBATJB OR GBIPJS I But nets gently on the liver 23 doses In a box for 25o Try It once anil you will never bo without It MForSalefoy W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SIIELTON In1MIHKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principalr rjccs 1l ccjc C S tx f C1IIC1t 1IC 111 Danville Kentuckyt spFingDryGoods Wo are now receiving by every train new ItaulyMado Dresses D Goods Silks Wiuh Goods andall the numerous articles which compose Modern Dry Goods Stock Each and every item has been bought as cheap as cash can buy them and you can be sure that now as in tho past our priccsMvill tho lowest Prosperity is here in every branch of industry Wo expect our rfiare and have bought tho largest spring tock wo have eve r had Come and KO us as won anti no often as you ann Tailor Suitst Wo arc now showing about 50 different styles of TnilorMmlc Suits rang ing in price from 0 to 8130 Every ono is made by wen tailors in tho very lest manner and will hold their shape Wo tall t ccal attention to our bin o If bock biiits Theywill bo very popular for all agca this se- asonDre QOoUAb- out 40 new pieces of plain and fancy black Drews Goods from 35c to 84 pier yd New Drew Cloths in Pastel Colors from 8125 to 82 These novelty drew fabrics in all the new colorings from 82 to 84 per yd All kinds of Drew Goods for tmita and separate s- kirtsSILKS Hnmlcoiuo Hue of New printed Foulards at 75 85 81 and 5125 in clusive designs All tho new shades in beet quality of Taffeta at old prices 8c per yd Fancy colored corded wash Bilks at 50c per yd Every color of Chiflbn and Mousline Silk Moutlino with embroidered dot all colors BOc per yd New Hemstitch and Pliwc Tailetas in all colors at 81 per yd a DRESS TRIMMINGSA- ll over Note Applique iVc with bands to match will be tho craze Wo are showing tho largest lino that will be in Central Kentucky Every price from 75o to 85 a yard Every kind of Lace and Ribbon AH eve r spangle nets and bands mid nil other novelties as they come out rLiR GOODS Over 600 pieces new Wash Good Pcnangs Ginghams Madras Cheviot i Linens Swipes tVc Iwth foreign and domestic As cheap as you want anon tl up to 82 per yd Every kind of trimming to match White Goods Every kind of white Dra Goods that is Cued thick or thin India Linens Batiste French Nainsook French Lawn Organdie Pique Ac Moro than 500 pieces of Embroidery Laces in endless variety from 1 to 4 inches wide at 5o per yd All over Embroideries Puflings Tuckings Ac from cheapest to finest DANVILLE KENTUCKY L tg l lI 11 1 Jll 1Al lC yyqg yag 5 1l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 2 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER THE beet raatcrlala combined with cttro skill and accuracy Insure good results No other methods aro over PennyDrult CDYETYSOSSIP WILL tfEVEltANCE Is In Cincinnati buying goods BORN to the wife of Smith D Yow oil a find boy Mris JOHN W ROUT baa been quito sick for several days VINCENT GEEK has rented the Van doreor house on Somerset street A C ALPOHD has moved down from MoKlnnoy and will work for A O Sine Miss SUE WOODS has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs S M Allen at Mlllcrsburg MISSES NANNIE AND ELLA WATSON are back from a protracted visit to reiI atives In Newport and Covtn ton Maccaboosease a at Macksvlllp and Nlcbolasvlllq this wcokI Mns J S DWSLEY JR and James McElwain returned Wednesday from a lengthy visit to her parents at Frank tin CASEY was represented hero ycster day by Messrs George E Stone W D Snirg J W McWhorter G R Jeter and John Lay Mns oLIZADETII ARms and daugh ter Miss Ida who have been visiting Mrs W S Warren returned to New Albany Ind yesterday MISS ISAIJELLA BAILEY has return ed from a delightful visit to Miss Edytb Young Orlggs at Ottawa 111 and friend In Little Rock Ark DR A S PRICE who has been out of shape Is at homo In Garrard for a few days with the hope that a mothers nursing may get him all right JAMES D ROIIINSON son of Mr Jas Robinson of the Hubble section is now vicepresident of tbo American Manufacturing Co a big harness and builders hardware concern at Chattanooga Mns J W ALCORN and Hon and Mrs J N Saunders bavo returned from the marriage of Miss Bessie Penning ton at MIddlesboro to Rev C T Thompson pastor of the churches at MU Horab and Bethel In Fayotto county and say It was an elegant affair MR E A WHITE of Wllmore was over this week to seed his farm lie tolls us that tbo assassination of Gov Goebol has made democrats out of many prohibitionists In his section The school at Wllmoro conducted by Pres ident Hughes ho also tells us has 210 pupils and tho number Is constantly IncreasingTHE ladles hired Mr E T eveningrIce Play Pictures which they greatly en joyed Mesdames Kate Miller and Ma ry Wray cbaptroncs MUees Bottle Paxton Bcnnlo Nabcrs Ellen Ballou Flora Ballou Essie Burch Sue Rout Ophelia Lackey Nettle Wray Kate AlcornUollo Denny Annie Mc nney Stella Ballou and Calllo Horton HON HARVEY HELM wants to go the National convention as delegate from this district and If the democrats of tho other counties knew his true worth as a party roan both as a worker and as a contributor to the cause they would bo aa unanimous for him as those of Lincoln will doubtless be Mr Helm certainly won his spurs in the last election and is entitled to rldo tbo finest horse our people can giro him though this Is purely ono of honor without any emoluments whatever Mil AND Mus J S RIDE leave here tomorrow night and join F B Carr and wile at Paris thence to Chicago to take tbo official train for Atlanta where ticket agents meeting will be held 7th and 8th after which the party will go to St Augustine Miami Polln Beach and Tampa Fla and returning stop at Savannah Ga Charleston S C and Asbovllle N C back to Cincinnati The trains will be made up of Pull mans anti passengers will occupy the same berth from start to finish About 400 are expected to go LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work FOUND A pairofeyeglasses Main Street near postolllce Call it this otiice HAVE your watch or clock repaired at Embry Engloraans at Pennys drug store Tim INTERIOR JOURNAL is 28 year old today and has 100 subabrlbers for every year of its existence WM will veasale and renting at his homo In Crab Orchard March 21 See ad on 4th page OLD MOCK stWeathorford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky in Hus tonvllle H 0 Mock TUG Huslonvlllo Minstrels will glv performance at Wares Hall McRln ney Tuesday night next and the peo plo of that section will regret It all their lives If they do not attend WEDDING presents at Hamiltons SEe McKtnnoy sewing machines DALTON Is headquarters for good watch work I LOTS of new mattings just received- at Withers NEW wall paper at Withers Prices lower than too lowest LEAVE order for n handmade set of harness at JO McClarys I POST and rail fence post 100 good ones for salo cheap 20 cents each caslf H J McRoberts WE have plenty of rahay and ell kinds of feed continually on band J II Daughman fcCo GOING AWAY call and Bet tie I am going to leave Stanford and must have my money Call in the next week Mrs Kato Dudderar I THE estate of Mrs Sallie A Hug gins of Crab Orchard has a prospect of getting a share of the Sublett estate of many millions A suit for Us recov cry Is being pushed at St Louie TUB jerk water on tbo K O jumped tbo track or three cars of it did 12 miles North of Lancaster Tuesday but nobody was hurt It was due hero at 584but did not arrive till 030 NEW FURNITURE STOREMr J LI Bcazlcy went to Cincinnati yesterday to buy a stock of furniture which be and Mr W W ae will open up in tbo store room adjoining George H Ferris Co Fort highest prices your turkeys shoulders sides hams chlckenelducks beans c and the grocerieslimo cement tiling seeds of all kinds and veal calves jo to Hill Beck Phone orders promptlyfllled NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAXPAY ERS Property upon which taxes arc not paid fur 1800 and all duo back to 1803 by Saturday March 3 1000 will be advertised for sale for same without further notice O J Newland mar shal town of Stanford by L R Hughes DANCING SCHOOL Charley Carson is a dancing master now with a class of ire and it is growing It Is composed of tho younger set of boys who want to become expert In tbo art which adds grace to the movements and is tbo source of much pleasure HURT Mr J W Bryant Is In re ceipt of a letter from Mrs Grinstead stating that Rev W S Grlnstcad had an arm and shoulder hurt and Miss Linda Grlnstead received numerous bruises In the railroad wreck near Tay lorsvllle Saturday The car they were In turned over and Mr Grinstead and daughter made their exit through the transom oFIELDS HANSONS MINSTRELS are strictly uptodate and first class in latesyt songs are a scenic first part by One vocalists and the end won toll fresh jokes and leave chestnuts for Inferior talent to dis pen e The specialties aro many and novel and the whole constitutes a show worth any mans money They will appear In all their glory at Waltons Opera House tonight 2d Got a seat reserved at McRoberts It will post you 75c Other admissions fiO and 25c Tim swollcst event In colored circles hero for a long time was the marriage Wednesday Mrs Annie Givens of Givenstoville minister olllclated and after the ceremony a lunch was served that would have sane credit to any family Tbo brldo was elegantly attired and carried a largo bouquet of brides roses Tbo presents were numerous and quito costly The newly wedded loft at noon for Dard town where the groom is pastor of tho Baptist church i THKlnrgcst kind of audience crowded into Waltons Opera House saw the Davie Undo Tom Cabin Co perform ance Tuesday night and apparently en It very much Tho especially were good the Duffy children eclipsing anything over seen for their age Tit street parade la as elaborate as that of a circus and con tarns many amusing features Tho manager Mr C J Swap Is as clover and straight ft man as wo over did bus mess with Some excitement was pro ducod by the wire of Ed Buster petting overheated in the jam In the gallery and having to be taken out apparently lifeless She revived however In half an hour DISMISSED lW G Welch attorney for R L Hubble J M Alvor son and Sam J Embry Jr Indicted In tho U S court for Intimidating No proes at the November election re ceived a latter yesterday from U S Atttornoy R D that alter careful examination and upon the colonels- 8tatementof tbo case ho bad como to violatted any on that account ho had entered a nolle In the case There was never anything but partisan splto work In the case and too friends of the loyal young arc glad that so mean an nlppcdII Mom THIEVERY Tho stores of W O Cummins and J L Hutchins of Prcachorsvlllo were entered by thieves Tuesday night but not a great deal missing as the thieves were evidentl- alter money which they failed to find They gained entrance to Mr Cummins store by a window and Mr Hutchins by the door Mr Hutchins for tho bloodhounds and they wore en to tho steno but many people ha and through the stores makeon trail A coat was no t far from town which IB supposed to kayo belonged to the scamps but It bad been hassled a great deal and tho blooJhounds foiled tb get a trail from It I mflaua The NRW L1T SEe XARIJ A ALLEN 00 Contractors and Builders Stanford CooksWeItrngketsSpindles LumberWIreand see us It will bo to your advantage J A ALLEN CO S FOR OLIiZGR HND BUCHER tGIBBS PLOWSREPAIRS AND PLOW HARNESS J cxc W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky N JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 7l Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconer Pror Buyers from all points will be on hand PJTEntrles mutt be made at once My next Hone Sale will occur April 19 13 14 and IS Itear this In mind l 50 PATTERNS All of New Shapes and Shades of MeDNSHats i IJust Received See Them Cummins MeClary Cash Clothiers and Furnishers ft Hosiery Direct From The Mills We have just received big shipment of Seamless Hosiery FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Heretofore you may have had trouble with the wear of some of the 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 come direct to us from the Mills are made of the best threads and guaranteed stainless Before buying look at our Four Leadeis Ladies Special Hosiery 15c Mens Special Hosiery 15c Boys Special Hosiery 15c Misses Special Hosiery 15c The above Goods will surprise you at these pricesjJOHN P JONES Stanford INO GUESSING lim lactm I 1 About the wearing qualities or stylo of Xeigler Bros Shoes The that they have been sold for over 25 yenrqiu this town and that more are sold today than over before is sufficient evidence that people get their moneys worth in these shoos We have just placed on sale the largest shipment we ever received from a single house of the above brand of goods and we invite wearers of Ladies Misses and Chil drens Shoes to look at the many pretty new styles and lasts we are showing Wo ha- veSHOES SLIPPERS ANDm In OXFORDS Imack Tan and Patent Leather in Lace and Buttons We call es dllTerentypedal attention to our lino of Ladles Oxfords at 92 250 and S3 We Istyles in infant shoes Patent Leather Slippers are quite the thing fthis season and wo havp thorn to 5 in Childrens and to in Ladies Iemombcr wo make a specialty of Womens and Children reliable footweard ISEVERANCE A SONS Opposite Court Housed I NC a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered fR Hie oilojtlce at Stanford a teoonddaa matt- erPabllahadTuarda9rsadl Sav- r 1 PER YEAR CASH I When not aopatdsaOO will be charge ToNightWaltons One Night Only FRID1Y1Vt1RCH 2 FIELDS AND HANS- ONSMinstrels 30 Hot Members 80 First Part of Silk and Satin A Show For Ladles First Part Entitled The Great Admiral Deweys Keception Watch for Grand Street Parade at 1130 And Band Concert At 715 P M t Seats on Sale at W B McRoberts Prices 75 60 and 25 cents PUBLIC SALE RENTING linIng dedded to quit housekeeping I will on a f 1900WednesdayMartit Orchard rent rented beforebidderto the for the remainder of the present yearl my reildenn of lint else nouM contain and II acres with all neceraarr outbuildings Therlaaapluidldwellofwater at the door and Parsonadjoins prctimtauor Crab two thepondi The property Ortbat Springs the ume time and I Pair Work Males Sorrel Mare 2 Mitt Cows Lot Farming Implements hnldingin part of Mowing lacblae8 2 IJIod Sllf ltske Hy Itab I Corn Sheller I en t plows Outing sox I Ufay hlngTesbOTeiriowa 2 or I Double and 2lInraet Wagona t Wagon ae household Xlteben Furniture grutabundanesIncluding one lUfrlgerator 1enona can examine tent before TEIUUI day OF of sale SALEThe place will be rented for alenl to The personal 0cub or note e property will be told aa follows All sums of tlO and under rash In handoter that amount a crest ofalx months Notea bearing Interest with good and In Bank will to NJrp surety BTC- AItTNOTICE CIIANDIERAuctloneerVM I Watches cleaned 7J eta Hoclis from Me to 75c Main springs In watches and clocks TJc All work In my line In same cut A work andgust lAnPteed For cash only CaUI rfllldoCtJ on caster atreet UOUT FESZKU Spring 1900 Trees Plants Vines Everything for Orchard Lawn and Harden The of largest Kentucky of Fruit und Urnamental Trees Hope Vines Strawberry 1lauta Asparagus Ithulurb ordlnsrlly grown in such an eitabllaiuieut General Nursery and Strawberry catalogues to had on to It W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky a Teeth Extracted Without Pain I t With VltalUr d Air Physician In attend aucu Office In the New Thompson Building 78 PIPE LIFE A CCIDENT iNSURANCEai Onty the best companies represented Inquiries solicited li R B MAHONY Agt Stanford DR R COLDST6IN TUB Celebrated Eye Specialist OF Louisville KentuckyW- ill be at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Feb 24th Returning one day in each month Ires Examined wi Glasses Selentlflealty I aid julte J+ + JYJCa1JI Y UNDBBTAKBB Manufacturer and Dcalcnr In aAKKEQS SADDLERY ficO Stanford Ky MIDDLEBURG J K ColToy bought Floldlnjj Snovs house and lot In East Yosemite for 1 0 F M Slmras sold his butler and en gine to Cal Patterson and Lawrence Coleman bliss Pearl daughter of Reuben Sta too was married to Mr Price at hili fathers residence Coming homo from Danville Tuesday Mlsa Llzzlo FoRloa horse became sick resulting In the death before reachlnJ home Mc Wheat has purchased the school property at this placo known as tbe Janlo Wash Institute from Georgetown College Mrs William McCormack mother inlaw ot Mr Mitchell Taylor is 1m proving rapidly She has been confined to her bed for some days past with from Somerset Uncle Jim McWhorter accidentally discharged a revolver in his pocket which burned the skin considerably but otherwise did no damage Dr Hancy of this place has a gray fathers calendar dock The caleodar and all other working parts aroln Kood running order It bas been In uso 100I yearsMartha the three or four year old daughter of Wilfred Dye by some means had her clothing catch fire oneI day last week resulting in burning clothing off of her and partially sinI Sing her hair but no serious burns to bertlesbIWhile the family of Mr WIIsonwl Knight John Frenchs farm near hero was moving to it a young lady of theI family fell froji a wagon breaklnsrI toe of her limbs and receiving minor bulges Drs Wesley and Godby set the fractured limb Sam Sharp has leased tho hack and nail line from Yosemlte to McKinney until July 1st Our cltlcens regret very ouch to loco Mr Roberts from this end of the line but we hope to find In Som- as kind and obliging driver as Mr Rob erts has been Mr John Adams and wire of FIshln reek were visiting their daughter Mrs HC McWhorter here F E tllletto will move his mill from Trace Fork to Brush Creek next week Di T Wesley made a professional call a Dunnvlilo Hon J C Lay has been quite ill for some days past but is Im roving rapidly WT Durham and Zaek Dolk returned to Cooporsvillc Wayne county where Mr Durham Is Aerating spite extensively in the stay business Married at tho residence of Mr and Mrs J C Coulter their daughter Mist lollle aged IT to Mr Rudd McCor tack aged 18 of MU Salem lastTucs day at 7 oclock i M Rev Geo Greet delating The bridesmaids west Misses Luna Lucas of Houston Texas and Maynona Giboney the groomsmen Mr Jason Wesley and Master Cecil iboney Only the relatives and a few nearest neighbors and Intimate friends itnesicd the ceremonies The bridal gilts consisted of numerous handsome and valuable articles of silverwareI linens c besides a furniture from the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Emmet McCormack and many others bythe brides parents and other friends which could not be con intently displayed for want of room Is not known at present where the young couple will make their future bome but by way of suggestion we ould say that there is quite a good opening to get into the father IDIaw tslness just now which always catches man with an eye for business Goth bride and groom are favorites with all- who know them and will bo missed lrom society G R J LIDERTYIswing to the weather a very small crowd attended court Monday Mrs J B Stone has been on the sick list but is much better Mr Fields Montgomery was here Sunday If the cold snaps continue to come In- sucb rapid succession we fear our town wtllsulJer from a coal famine Coal now a scarce article and can scarcely bo Rotten for lore or money The Misses Rupert of Danville were vlslttog in town the first of the week Mr and Mrs James Glbony went to ddleburg Tuesday to attend the wed- dlna of Miss Dollle Coulter to Rudd McCormack which took place that Huffman and Adams of Hus tonvllle were down Monday hoping to- secnre the use of the court house wblch to have their mlnftrols The- did not succeed as the Methodist meet- Ing Is still in progress and has tho re- lusal of the house for a while We bope- they wlil come later as wo understand tbey are worthy of the patronage of- any town HUBBLE aeo Ra an has a fine boy at his house Miss Janlo Feland will begin her chool- hero Monday If tho weather Is not too so vereJohn EnRleman has bought IXocres of- ground on Cherry Street of Fannie Ball for fSO The weather has been so bad and so Httle- done for the past month that news Items are a thing of the past Everett Stone gave us a visit last week and got caught la a mouse trap Miss Jennie Ilrlnkley of Somerset has been spend- Ing several days with friend In this COl- liounlty Ed Minor has gono to Cuba prosp- eCtillg and writes back that It is as warm as Summer there now Ransom Carman hos- rented Minors grist mill and will grind- every Saturday Jno Robinson has gone to uUvtllo for a few weeks Arthur Hubble has gone to Lexington to take a course In the business college He Is a good boy and will do well ROBBED THE GRAVE A atarlllng Incident of which Mr John Oliver PblldelpblliWlUI the subject Is narrated by him In a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue apIIIgllduallyThree had glren uio Up Fortunately friend adrlsed trying Wectrlo and to my teat Joy and the ttrst bottle made ledlmproreweat I continued their use for Ibl1 weeks and am now a well man I know tbey saved turllle and robbed the gran of olber one should fill to try them On IT W eta guaranteed at Pennys Drug store CRAB ORCHARD IHenry Cash Is doing a booming business In his Exchange IIo keeps on handa Ono supply of hay corn oats shipstuff oat meal Graham Hour Old king winter with his board of lei alas and continuous robe of snowy white hall taken his departure at las and with Byron we feel there Is pleasure tti a change and wo trust o gentle goddess spring has many bright happy days In storo for us all Andrew Buchanan was mingling vltb his many friends hero for a few day Misses Annie Bronaugh and Look Billion are visiting friends In Living ston M Livingston left this Friday morning for his new homo In Chlcagc- HU wife will remain with her parent Dr and Mrs Doorcs for a fow weeks J W Cook and bride nee Miss Llzzl Gormley will leave Monday noxt for Indianapolis via Columbus whore they will be given an elegant reception by his friends Miss Cora Mulling of Rowland Is boarding with Mrs Mar garel Gormley and attends Collcgt Home School which Institution la In a flourishing condition Miss Lynda Gormley will return Richmond Monday much to the regret of many of hot newly made friends Muse Capltolc Slaughter has had two severe hemorrhages recently and is enfeebled In consequence Miss Eva Stager is gradually declining Campbcjl Alexander Is quite ill of grip Miss Bertha Hot mann is on the sick list While there no serious epidemic In our midst yet tbero is considerable sickness and our physicians are kept unusually busy r J Culton has returned from Bar ourvlllo where ho was called to tho bedside of his sister Mrs Bale He left her somewhat Improved Mrs Sam IClog of Somerset Is visiting friends hero and at Preochersvllle A THOUSAND TONGUES Could not exprem the rapture of Annie F Hprln etofll23Howard it Philadelphia Pa when he found that Dr Klnga New Discovery for Con umptlon had completely cured her of a hacking ough that for many 7can had made llti burden All other remedies and doctors could tire her no blp but she says of Ihls Itoyal CllrU soon reo noted the In my chest I can now sleep oundly something I can scarcely remember doln efore I feel like sounding Ita praise throughout Ihe Universe So will en one who trim Dr togs New DiacoTey for any trouble of the Throat IhestorLun 1rlctO SOeand aL Trial bottles trle at Pennys Drug Store every bottle guiran teed Ono hundred and fifty parsons wore Injured a number seriously by explo lone following a fire in a Paris suburb rblcb destroyed a block ot six immense rarehouscs I THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave If used Dr Klnr ewUforlll Tbouaandeofaufennhare prov their matchless merit fur Sick and Nervous eadachea They make blood and strong nnelod build up your health Easy to ta- Try e them Only 23 cents Mooeybeck II not cured ld by frnny Druggist The supreme court of Misslsslppf de cldes that damn is cursing when ap p1led as an epithet whether the name of the Dotty Is used or not MCCCORMACKS CQUROIi Roy Spears bought ot Jako Durham of Casey a nice work mule 1or800 Mrs W O MeCormack lsbery sick at her daughters Mrs Mitchell Taj lor In Casey Her sons Will and Gu have been attending her bedside The Infant child of George Daughcr tie was burled at McCormack Tbe old church yard is futtt filling up with too dead to await the reauraectlo mornEd Eubanks and Miss Funny Moore daughter ot Mr Davu Moore were married on the 22d They have goo to Missouri to make their homo bav Ing rented the farm of Mack Moore near Macon City May they have long life of prosperity and happiness Miss Mary Powell will begin a soled school at this place noxt Monday San Helm Jr Is out after wrestling with a severe cold for several days Sam Blab op Is able to bo out again Mr and Mrs O J Thurmond of Dant tile vis ited her father Samuel Bishop Sr Mr Biggin of Pulaski county visit cd C Bishop and family a few days A W Carpenter says his farm Is running him Instead of him running It as he divides his time between here and Danville Fordyco Logan who bu been living at Martlnsvlllo Ind since his marriage arrived at his fathers a ow days ago to remain until August HIs wife will bo hero In about two weeks Hill Carter has returned from iCausas satisfied that there Is no place Ike Kentucky A rmaHTFUL BLUNDER Wilt often races a horrible Burn Scald Cut or IrulM llncklena Arnica Salve the beat In the rorld will kill Ib pain sad promptly heal It Urn Old Sore Ter tore fleers lion Felons CorD all Skin Kruptlons Beet llle CUrt on earth eta a lax Curt luarnlerd sold by lenDdruabt It Ie very hard to stand Idly by and see our dear ones suffer white awaiting the rrivalof the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his child then cry sick with croup Not finding the doctor in bo left word for him to come at once on his return Ho also bought a ottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which ho had hoped would givo somo Uel until the doctor should arrive In lew hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was muci better The druggist Mr Otto Scholz says tbe family has since recommended Cham Sllalaa Cough Remedy to their neigh bors and friends until ho has a constant jmand for it from that part of the county For sale by Craig x locker drug 11818 Stanford Ky Insanity amonir the soldier In the blllpplncs Is increasing alarmingly Gen OtU has ordered from the war do irtmcnt lOdO pairs of handcuffs and 10 leg shackles to ue on the Insane THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most up todale Gallery in Central Kentucky having been recently equipped with the marvelous AnaMlgmat Lenses the new discovery In opticsl science to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a largo stock of the ve- rykatest Designs it Jvjouldi gs Patterns never told In this locality before have too seen to be appreciated Suit for framing from the simplest photograph to 9he most elaborate Among the lot is tho New F1curDIIia mouldings specially for suitable riellcato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all that ro tluiro a dainty frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices Wo will save you money 524 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco Danville Ky American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co When You Need Paints Oils Consult J r Craig Hooker Stanford srsr ts Tilt cwt fterOOE ee tmqfNPenmanshi v orll1a o Typeurf tnyz1l frll y pendfbr b l lfuc4ulP v111eXy1 teachers eaehooe a specialist in his lino Graduates of this college Seven experienced bnsloess houses There are other schools but none can offer our facilities t POSTEeI hrreliy warn all renoorollt trexpaulng on lilT farm for any purpose LASDUHAV Ollenhjl DINK FARMER Is a candidato for Jnlleh subject to the tlon of tho democratic party Ito your support JOHN C PJEPPJLEfi Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Cot subject to the action of thin democratic liar ty support I saltcited GOOD FARM FOR SALEI I with to tell privately M acres of the taro Ilhe on Including house or eve room kitchen sad cellar and with clitern and prU the door The dare b located on thavlllee Inl llustonvllle pike miles from l nvllle and trout HuitonTllle Forty acre of the farm Ill wheat In fine condition sod there are rrtll 01 mm land Ilpurcbavr wants more laud I will tell him the entire tract of 123 urea TnnIo cult the rurth Kur further particular Ill on oraddrn C HANDIIMIrL Mllledgefllle Ky J T SUTTOK Onclertalcer lIutonviUe entuckJ Offers hll senies to the people ofWeat Jual ud Cuey counties Full stock Oofflniand Cuk ultra son handtD s PLEASE READS January lat the regular mlnnuat cUltUR time has come gone and omeof my patroua have not settled wl mo If ou are one of them are ear catty requested to nettle thanking one and all for Itrongonll ollclilni a ontlnuaco Very Truly OKKEH Ilntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable lwIcKlnney KY loud Rigs at reasonable prices sar driven double and for day or Dljtht If you want to work Caseyand aliJolnlnl- ountill McKlnney la tho place to frolll Clones well for fNd week or month A share of your Inageollcited Sox LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Ilonca and Mule constantly on hand a nd- Jor sale at all tim- esHEREWE ARE and new prices shtoannouoretothpublieof Casey ur undingtatntlesthat t THE RACKET STORE Stanfurdwtrlo1wna Ilranch Slots at Uliert Idalab gdWet with a fuliaodcompk- a 0- 1Dry Goods Notions Mon a Boyi And Childrens Clothing T getber with mens lays ladle mtre nJ lists al Irdle CUIUItyouwill buy them Come salbut low prlelll at rev od will that sell goods you We buy all our qaeb right luriuand and r rubIn lags qusnllllea IIhe dilrd 10we tallfor seineJwtaetl 1011n yuu gool good at low prices W rcln fur good treatment The RKCKET STOReS Tbe cheapest store In the country htanlord Ky Mason HotelMILS U D 8IMl SON Pro- iucastcr z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splomJ tablo Everything firstclass Iorleno- meet all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky of lintRugglesture Ac Agent idem and repairs Oliver Chilled llow- the beat mode always for sale Call on him 00 RITH HOTEL T Fi M CISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY I 111 Hotel n the mountains rake considered Parten meet all trains Special attention to tray- ellog men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only EJESrICJaASS1I0tciin 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three- principal theatres Sireet cars pass the door to all puts ot tbe City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take SYhentand to Morris Fred s Exchange In Wm Daughcrtys IIbop in Stanford and get In exchange Flour ani- Meal You can also Flour Meal Ship stuff Bran Chicken Feed Ac cheaper at dace than whore In town A trial Is all ask I believe my exchange will be a od think for farmers and I pledge liber al ansactlons and full weight goods como from IJudderari PIx Itlvcr Roller 111 and are flrstclasi MORRIS FRED Telephone No 88 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI atGM AM 840 r and1rwconeetttagatlicorgelownwith lheay i O Itelurnlng 1lrlaI sad 540 r reaching Mokfurt alter ronneetlng with Q AC trains at 1120 7IUP soil 013 r The latter train learn for Uoniv inwn at 715 r J H NEWTON tj I A FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will toll or exchange for n small farm In tho vicinity of ritanfoftl a homo and n K acres of Iroullilun VanAmdule Avenue Stanford knOIlIIII the Watt will partleuJ E It SIMS Htanford Ky y WHITE HOTEL w II CAIlR11lt IUOIU CORBIN KENTUCKY Clot tolau ufer Depot rimclass throughout lute 11 lrday T Valuable Property For Sale If nut gull prlrattly iMfurelund I will on Monday Mar nth 19001 At the front door of the Court llou la Ixindon Ky ndVrlurMletnlbe hljhnt and l nt bidder lot i cash and the rein ln ler e It and la mono equal inyurenn with 6 per rent Interest fruUl dale purchu t proiwny kDOWDI Laurel County Fair Grounds About jjeta tulle North of London log about 23 ur all under frets false and- ommodluuAmpktbutr sad other outbutid ties Excellent reels A gull teiteuent IUUM and lardcn Lot Two pad well on roperty J InsLaurel10517 tie Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call It S PRICE rbd- Surgeon ft Dentist ton ford Ky larrr McItoUru Ihnf Star In tile Owsley 0ulidina R A JONES II ENTISTI PlioneXo III Ortr lllggln A MrKlnney I W B PENNY DeD S STA FORD KY tVOIUie lit IU slil nce on Lalicailrr Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of STAN OIID KY C vlUl Stock J100000 Sarplw 8176S8 61 This institution originally established u the v JIOIlt Ian nt 11100111 In less tIn reorganized as lha National lUnk of Stanford In UCJ and igalt sorfanlieJ II the First National Hank of SUoford 1SS2 hat had practically an uninterrupted islet larafoi year H Is Wile supplied now will taclllue for trantacllnf buslneaa promptly and lib rail jthan TerWIore la ILl long and bonoiabli rarest Accounta of Indlrldoals fiiludarletflrmt dlndlTldualaaolIclled DIKICTOal FReld Lincoln Co1 J W Ilsj Jn Stanford 9T Harris H Baughman iSnockar TP lllll IVP Walton W A Trlblls Jn OolllerCrab Urchd M J Miller MtVeroon M DEImore Stanford orncaas Jt lion er Presld nt J1 McltobertsCashltr Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- ucceator lo The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same management oualy for sit Years olioits Your Bank Account UOIIOIuch buslneu relations will prove mutually beneficial and pleasant u vi DIRECTORS J J Williams J t Uwsley Sr- JN1IIenell A W Carpenter W H Cummins J B SHftlunks J F Cub J K Onalsf- UFF1CEBS S n SbollaIrtAldn J II Cashie- rWMUrlihtAsstCMhIir