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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH G 1900 9 A M NO2 Monticello Wayne Covnty Mr Chas Roger told his firm on Lonoiomo to a lumber company In InI liana for s5oooeDr J Wendell Blackburn organized a Young Peoples Baptist Society wlthtr 32 racmocra enrolledIDr W T Franotu hall returned homo alter several weeks absence at Frazer Mr Martin Ilardln U spending the week with hli daughter Mu T Ram eey at ThomponlaiMr J L Stopbenton RSTO a dining f law week In honor of Nieace Gordon and Jobuon The following wore preI cat Mlcoce Frances Derry Belle 0IGood MM Sam O Hardln Mre Builo Stone and Mr and Mrs Ed Stone Mlw Frances Berry entertained Mince Car trude Gordon Nell Johnson Mary Helen Oatu and Mr Sam OnrdluI Friday W P Wooldrldgo and wife have arI rived and are topping at the howl do Ramiey Samuel 0 Ilardln filled Judge Morrows place In the Albany court last week Mrs Em Oatta entertained Misses Johnson and Gordon at Maple wood Thursday Joe Kern Rare an oyster supper lat week In honor of his cousin Idles Sarah Smith of Albany Crockonole and Uitoatetoa were the order tho evening sod those who en Joyed his hospitality were Muses Ella Francis Florence Duncan and Lillian Philips Messrs teaau Walker And Clarence Duncan Mrs W L Baker enterlalned Misses Annie and Edna Ramsey Noll Johnson and Gertrude Gordon at tea Thursday evening AM Williams will drill No on Backer farm depuor Haskel of flitburg Pa has started welt No3 on the Sandusky farm 100 feet northeast of No1 Cass will soon put In fixture a for drilling a well on Perk Ingrams farm Thu Sandusky well No 2 was greatly Improved by the 20 quart shot but better results aro expected from second and heavier shot The Backer well on Sanduiky farn at Heave- Crook Is now within 20 feet of tbo sand and has a tithing job on hand Wilson Oil Company have a crOshod boiler nt their Coopervlllo well and will rcsumn work as soon as same can be repaired Gcorgo Woodburn left for Cincinnati to secure drive pipe fur hi well at Gregory Capt Geary has a flshlng job at Sllckford Tboetzo will shoot the Rogers wall at Sllcklord this week Mr Stewart of Tltusvlllo Pa has been hero looking over the oil situa tion and Is now on his way to Cullfor nla Ho will return In April to give tho field A thorough Investigation imd will then decide on further operations PERFECT TEETH Aro the result of a perfect physical system Our knowledge of tbo condl tlons which produce good teeth enables us to put your teeth In the best condition Wo treat tho nerves and mus dies and advise you how to care for your health with a view to giving you perfect teeth Wo do careful gentle work Lasto Ing In Its results and moderate In the cost l Tooth extracted 25 cents Finest alloy alls 75 cents Fine gold nils 8160 A good sot of tooth 15 All other work at reasonable prices Wrlto for or call on DR HOBSON for any other Information Olllco Ground floor next door to government building In Hobson build ing Richmond Ky We have saved many doctor blls Blnce we began using Chamberlains Remedy in our homo We keep a boUloI open nil the time and whenever any of my family or myself begin to catch coll1I we begin to use the Cough Remedy an as a result we never have to send awn for a doctor and incur a largo doctor blllI for Chamberlain Cough Remedy neve falls to cure It Is certainly a medicine of great merit and worthD S Mearkl- General Merchant and harmer Matti Bedford county Pa For ale by Craig A hooker druggists Stanford Ky PREVEnTED A TRAGEDY 1fawcdy snil long her awake every night She had tried wan remMles and docton but stesdlly grow wo ne until axed to tr Dr King New Uluover Ono battle cared tier cud ube wrltes thls m are velour meJicIno oleo cured Mr Long of a severe at tacltOf lt1t111lDonla Suchcureanpmllive proof tMitthtes Ibis grind remed for RuaramaJroTrlaboUtMc frlll at Pena I LANCASTER Dr B F Walter has moved his ofllco Into the Garrard Hotel building on Richmond Avcouu T B Walker T M Arnold and oth have lost some cattle which died of legI his brother Edward on Sunday Miss Nettle Wray was the neat of Mr Walter Boazloy J Joseph Is In Cincinnati buying Spring goodsruIf tbo moving of guts and ammunition to London means that Taylor will attempt to establish a government In tbo republican part of the State wo will give It to him If the good demo crate of that section will move out Tho attorneys went to Stanford on Saturday to be heard on the validity ofn the city warrants issued for tho Illicit sale of liquor but Judge Sauflcy coo eluded not to bear It until bis regular terra hero which begins next Monday Mboardcalved Instructions to examine W O Dunlap on account of disabilities IncurI red during the Spanish war but as ho s In Alaska the examination will be delayed for awbllo Mr Jab Kemper suggest that wo have railroad speeches made on county court day and begin subscription for the rightofway for the extension of the Southern ThUlsa move In tho right direction and It Is hoped that the commercial club will take tho mat tcr In hand- Attorney J T Hays has boon to Frankfort to transact some business In tbo court of appeal Ho says that democrat will soonbavo charge of the State olllccs and that the republican will retire H C Hamilton will movu the Western Union Telegraph oIllco to ale now store on Richmond Avenue LakeraWilliam McCardy met two unknown billrwhich bo put In his pocket without In spcctlng It closely A fox dope later be needed the money to pay for sera o goods nndU was discovered that ho had sold ill pony for Confederate mon oy Passport are no moro a necessity In National affair than In the soda world We seed them In our homes when strangers enter them It Is too often the cue that unscrupulous scoun drcl gain our conQdonco and wo nr tan loser A mans character travel with him but bis reputation Is loft at his homo Wo should require social as well as business credentials and refeccocoa Lancaster with her numerous Im provement steady growth and rub stantlol boom has six churches ono of tbo best schools In the State six phy slclacs 12 lawyers 10 grocery stores I dry goods stores 4 clothing houses 1 hotel ono of them the largest In lha country 2 meat stores 2 carrlau- elope 3 drug stores a flouring mlil 4 coal merchants a largo granary 13 blind tiger and poe with his eyes open Mr J A Keakloy has been to Day top 0 on business Mr John A Stone has been at homo with grip for some time Mr George Lusk talks of going to New Mexico for his health Mrs A E Crono Is somewhat Improv ed niter an operation performed b pre Acton and Wesley Mr JlWilliams of Barbourvlllo has the guest of bis brotherinlaw J T Hays Wo have had music In the air for several evenings Mr A H Baetln throw his satire telephone system open to the public and musical concerts glv n at tho Blue Grass Grocery Store were heard over the entire country Mrs Jeff Dunn also gave sweet must on the piano at Bryantavllio which could bo distinctly beard hero I understand that Mr Baslln will give tho racelpts for two days from his phone In this city to the ladles who aro rote lag a toad to erect tbo cemetery gato Bradley Storrooe a colored bo employn of Mrs H C KnufTmaa stole a check from her which Eld George Gowe- had given her for ale for board an presented It for payment at the National Batik when it was paid although sho had not endorsed It Ho had driven the carriage In front of the bank where It could bo seen and the otllalal knowing that he was in her employ an that such cheeks wore frequently paid supposed that she had negloctedto en moneyre took the shack and got the money but lolleThere li mote catarrh In thli section cube country then all other dleeaeaputtoRether sad until the last few years was nppoeed to be Incurable For a greet many yoarad Ktora pronounced II a lo ral Ulstaue and prwrllxil local ieiii and ronsunUyfafllogtn sure with local treatment lUnounliod It Science aITb to In a cooMltntlonal disease anythereto requires constitutional traitment Ililla Cure manufacture b FJ Cheney A Co Tole do Ulilo la the only oaastltullonal care on the market It U InUraally In darn from 10 dropa to a Uwpoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous of the ijtteni They oflertluUforanycaMltfaUitocure nd culAnl and tMUPlOnlah Address V J CHENEY d CO Toledo O Sold br 150dHQIa amU11111 NEWS OF THE VICINAGEI William Brookshlre a 14 year old boy was drowned In Madison county Internal revenue collections In this district last month amounted to 82CO 50144 Bodgo Darker was drowned In Bell county while floating a raft over a mill dam Mrs Rachel Baker of Jackson with u Winchester shot and killed a fox nning ct full Deed Miss Geneva daughter Col T S Moberly died at Richmond after a few weeks Illness aged 17 The telephone exchange at London has an average 500 calls per day The novelty will wear off before longaBumgardner Smith of on will begin April 1 the running of a stage line between that place and Solo event The Advocate reports the deaths of Mis Nannie Komper In Boyle and Josephine Drake at San Antonio John Lewis Howard who died in Den county with ale last breath accused his mother of Inducing him to murder his father Tim directors of tbo Pulaskl Count A and fiflaxfair this year Peter Coopers wife and child were Jcad from unknown cause when be returned home In AdaIr after a few hours absencelMrs burg tall from the table on which she wan standing to clean windows and wa fatally Injured Tho tailor shop of L Stcrnborgcr a Nlcnolatvlllc was destroyed by fire While using gasoline to clean clothing tbo gasoline exploded Mrs C A Wilson of Jessamine only 33 years old and Is the mother 11 children She has just given birth to her second sot of twins Frank Singleton snapped what btthought was an empty pistol at Daniels at Somerset and the latter Is now laid up with his wounds JemtieDlcCulro of Rockoastle who Gag just rounded out a has 12 children 100Jlrandchlldren and between 400 and 500grcatgrandcblldrcn Logan O Swope who was born la Daavllle In 1847 but who went to Mite lOurlmallY years ago died Sunday Independence where ho had accumulated a large fortune Miss Emma Kelly n well known young woman living at Duyfus Madl son county was terribly burned by her catching tire from a grave Is feared the Injuries will prove fatal Milton Rathburn ended a 40day fast Wednesday He weighed 307 paned- shoo ho boons and 160 at the end his teat He drank 20 gallons of teats In the meantime Somerset PIJournal weoon te charge of killing and burning his tell Immediately utter his acquittal Clauncb n Negro was arrestcd on tG charge of killing Mrs Bartlett G E Hancock bias retired from tbo Corbin Campus because ho and W Henderson could not agrco on tho it uor question the latter standing t preferenceylicense aovKiiNun GOEIIEU Tbe following creUIUllapoein wutent tout ushhlipEtaellaughihebright U ytsr old diuchtpr of Mr Hendtnon lUugh of Highland who Inherlti her fath ri itrongdemotratlc principle and bat taken quit an Inurett In the doing at Frankfort and mourned tbe death of liar Uoebel almwt u much at If ht hat Urea a near relation 11WII bom a dntlned work to do And had bt llted lo do IIi four uffertDK yean allele feeling Ill report lltcd through lie would bare head bless changed to cheer The taunts to tribute the abuse to pralae Iud taken them lath with bit unwavering mood Hut u be cone on light from darted day And ateined to touch the goal from hero himytat And tboM perplexed and patient eyes were elm And those noble feature were laid to mIl lipsdWhen this rile murderer brought eels ecllpM To thought of peace on earth goodwill to win The United fitaUa from tea to lea Utter one Tolve of lyrapathy and bam1 treeecamdro ill the amauins hand whereof men doubt II more of horror dlfgrace they We- Uut thy foul crime like Cains ataids darkly out Vlleband that branded murder on a strife Whiteer lit grounds stoutly and nobly striven And with the martyrs crown crown bla life Wlthjunch to praise little to ba forgiven AR De Fluent edltorof the Journal Doy lestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism In his rig shoulder and side Ho says My rib lttroM Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive relief almost Immediate ly The Pain Balm has been a constant tierr er falls For sale by Craig 8 Hocker Stanford Ky MT VERNON appearanceA protracted meeting will begin at tbe Baptist church Wednesday night The business sluing is being extended to accommodate shipping Interests A stage line is to bo established be tween hero and Somerset about April 1st Nothing further has been learned In the matter of the tiufliag of the lure wheel bore- William Klnly aged 70 a highly re spected citizen of Skaggs Creek neigh borhood died of paralysis last Friday Citizens hero wero pleased with the- utcome of the cases In tbo U S court gainst Mcsers Alverson Hubble and pages of our last weeks letter on which appeared important Items got mixed up with other matter on our desk and werent transmitted- W D Whltehead who has tbe repu tation of being the most a6curato saw per In the mountains will shortly adds planer to his mill at this place A coal yard and bins with 5000 capacity will bo established by two of placeyflled by wagons from the local mines A little girl In this place saved 8 35 from newspaper sales and assisted her paylnJrforsite where tbelr former homo was- ost by fire Our people think Bronstons late let foreto take advantage of his days of uscfulncs and ho may as twell crawl upon tbo shelf prepared for him by democracy The Rockcastlo Stone Co the ma jority of whoae stockholders live In ofNow York aro tanking preparations to a larger business tblsycar than ever They are buying and leasing more lands quayiteaMcCoyhavegrandfather M O Miller Tbelr mother who passed away two weeks since was one of our valuable women Mr McCoy has secured a position in Louisville to which be will go in a short tlmo are in receipt of a postal card tfrom Rov Eugcnese Snodgrass storm er student of ours in telegraphy now a missionary to the Japanese country publlshiag t theItyen a year 20 lien a copy errorse arearequirerreap is alleged that a window pane was removed byeono somo fishing reel and harps taken Owing boolIerIa doesqeaorpatrons He timegclosed and sent to tho station to carry two and three letter to accommodate E T Flea has a position with the tobacco trust J J Ping is making wonderful progress In a Louisville bus laces college Willla Griffin J A Landrum and Rev J C Carmical went to London Monday to present a petition to tbe Royal Arch Chapter for portals lion to got a charter for a chapter to bo established at this place Judge Carter and wife will movo to the Miller Hotel Their dwelling baa been rented to Mrs Esslo Painter Henley Bastln In here from Lancaster staking off polo lines for telephone exchange J T Adams has taken contract for putting up tbe polos F Krueger has contract for erecting the new 15000 business house on the Jack Adams corner where the fire occurred nearly two years ago Rev Ragan of Preachcrsville held Methodist services at the courthouse Sunday and Sunday night Dr J M Williams did the telegraph and agency work during the absence of Agent Lan drum Joe Newland of Crab Orchard will be promoted to a nice jwsltloa on another division at an early date STORY OF A SLAVE To be bound hand and foot for lean by tbe GooIhILILoeDturn over In bed alone After using two bottles of Llectrlo lllttert tbs Is wonderfully improved and remedyforbackachelalntlaghtrun people bylenD1February had no new moon but March will have two This has not oc curred before since I860 The public debt actually decreased a little over 10000000 during February LAD YSMITH Relieved does not satisfy us Wo want to relieve everybody suffering fore GeOd ClotIkizkAnd Underwear and we will do It Just now at rock bottom prices Globe Clothing House e Successors to J L Frohman Co Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER 8TAZTFOBD EENTTJOSY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered tt 000000000000000000000000000000000000o 0- g W+ 13 + MciOJ3EiTS g- g DRUGGIST STANFORD o gOPERAHOUSE BLOCK g gg t o 0Speclat0andwith Cure 0 g Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g Telephoneo 0 0 000000000000000000000000000000000000Ii rv vg = = == = It JOB LOTS tU fv LLThe haveEseason is about over and we t IltOTSofSTUff I You can afford to try at the prices made Lot of j rf Ladies Shoes worth from 150 to 3small sizes only 1 per pair Lot Misses Shoes good fl1- rj unlit but 75 cts per t Ladies and MissesRubbers last years stock broad toes 15 c- tsMENSr FINE SHOES I I Latest style toes leather lined heavy soles 31 150 Heavy Boots solid as a rock 125 H J MROBERTS H =v= ===B r PENNYS DRUG STOREI Drugs J t Books Stationery Paints And Oils w Telephone No2 Stanford Ky cFsdwtl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 6 1900 W P WALTON WITH defeat by the courts staring him In the face it is said that Taylor Is o preparing to retire to the mountain ast nesses of Laurel and establish a military government at London Color to the statement Is given by the fact that ho has had Oatllng guns cannon small arms ammunition and clothing shipped from the State arsenal to that place where protected by the mountain desperadoes and his partisan militia he hopes to do business and draw his salary especially draw his salary till some act may necessitate Federal Interference and a recognition of him In the presidents new doctrine of mil- Itarism Taylor gets his cue and backed by assurances of his legal advisers who are making a monkey of him ho Is prepared for any revolutionary act The further plan Is to show that it would be advisable to divide Kentucky and make a new State out of the Eas tern part which would bo ever and always reliably republican They think such a step would meet with the appro bation of the administration because It would give It two more Senators and meet no serious objection on the partof democrats whom they think will be glad to get rid of the troublesome sec tion Tho case of West Virginia belng torn from the mother State and formed Into a separate Commonwealth without her consent is cited as a precedent butI the scheme can not be carried Into ef fect arcasllv as it can be t Kentucky will never be divided exceptI at tho point of the bayonet and If Tay lor attempts such revolutionary acts as are credited to him be will soon find that the democrats while patient and long suffering will not stand every thing butwlll send tbe whole miser able crowd of dastards and bastards to the earth in short order Tim New York World of Saturday published a communication from an al leged orominent Kentuckian giving Taylors theory of the assassination of Gov Goebel that Is such a tissue of malice and lies as to make It criminally libellous The inference though not directly stated is that Jack China shotIhim the Intention being for tbe strike the coat of mall which Is falsely lalmed that Gov Goebel wore andI glance without severely hurting and then to work the sympathy racket for all It was worth Commenting ontthe letter Hon T C Campbell i Now York one of the most noted crim inal lawyers In tbe country says ho never read such nonsense that Qoobels murder Is no mystery that he was shot with a rifle in the hands of a partisan of Gov Taylor from a wlcdow In tie office of tbe secretary of State which connects with the governors olllce that the man who fired the shot Is known though be Is of little conse quence and that there Is more than bakers dozen behind him that the nets are spread for all of whom will be under arrest in a few days Mr Camp bell declines to say that he believes that Taylor and the secretary of State are among tbe conspirators but he evi dently thinks it from his statement The Eminent Kentuckian bad better look a ledle out or Chinn and his boys will cure him of bad habits of ly o ing and libelling TILE constitution of Kentucky not the Goebel election law remember that makes the Legislature the court of final resort In determining contests for governor and lieutenant governor It has heard and decided the contests in favor of the democratic contestants and that should have been tbe end oft The courts have nothing to do with jt and we are sure Judge Fields will so decide and be upheld by too higher courts Tbe arguments before Judge Fields closed Saturday afternoon when he took the case under consideration and will render a decision by the last Of the week- TAYLOR is getting a little stiffening r into his flimsy backbone It is said that he actually summed up courage enough to come to Danville and spend Sunday with John W Yerkes but with a faith ful attendant It has always been a surprise to us that a man of Mr YerI kes looks and breeding could find the stomach to consort with some of the crowd ho seems to delight to be with Tilt Virginia Legislature Is taking steps towards the call of a constitutional convention to convene tho latter part of May If she Is wise she willI take the advice of her daughte Ken tucky and glye up the plan before it Is too late Many of the ills that now af flict us came directly from a costly conI etltutlonal convention which did noth ing that half balanced the evil it did SIXTY ODD counties embracing near ly all of those that pay more revenue into tbo treasury than they draw out have recognized the now democratic administration Most of the pauper counties stick to Taylor This means that the money will soon be cut off and when that la done the measly pretender wllletop pretending Y Tim wires were down this morale preventing us from getting our us telegraphic news SENATOR JONES is much pleased over the campaign thunderbolts that the republicans are forging for the democrats in tbe Porto Rican tariff bill Ho thinks that the proposition that wo enact discriminating legislation against the Porto Ricans and Porto Rlcan products Is monstrous Porto Rico has been annexed to the United States It Is an integral part or the country The flag proclaims our sovereignty there and the constitution follows the flag We be adds will fight in the Senate to the limit of our strength And we will fight It before the people from now until the ballots are cast In NovemberA answer turrtqth away wrath but grievous words stir up anger This Is the way Loving Gaines of the Elkton Progress replies to our recent mild strictures Tbd INTERIOR JOURNAL of Stanford is an ideal semiweekly newspaper Bro Walton Is sometimes rather saucy but he Is bright and lovable just the same THE meeting at Louisville last night to protest against the action of the contest board the vote that city out was evidently a scheme of John Whallen and the Honest Election League to Influence Judge Fields Gov Buckner was to have been print pal speaker but It is hoped no hasnt descended so low TimE discredited and despised Lout yule Post laments the fact that not a republican bill has gotten through the present Legislature This Is cause for gratulatlon not regret for the republicans have not proposed a law that Is worth considering Frankfort and the Legislature The 8100000 reward bill passed the Senate 20 to 0 The House voted 53 to 54 to let Har ris rep of Madison keep his scat Tbe Senate defeated the Furnish Local Option bill by a vote of 13 to 0 Charley Poyntz and Morton Yout can have any thing they wan tzFrank fort Journal Alnnzo Taylor brother of W S Taylor the gubernatorial pretender died atMorgantownMurray of LaRue has dis laced the republican clerk of the railroad commission The court of appeals has continued ll cases on the argument document until the April term Ed O Leigh the competent clerk ho f House U said to be slated for private secretary to Gov Beckham Letterle dem the sitting member from aLoulsvillo district was giver tie seatover Stafford rep 59 to 39 A bill to compel payment of employ ees especially miners every two weeks and In money passed the Senate 10 toO Up to Friday 253 bills had been otter ed In the House but very few had become laws and the session ends on the 13th A bill paused the Senate yesterday making a third cgnvlctloa for carrying concealed weaboos a penitentiary of fenseIt now stated that It is Taylors plan to call an extra session of the Legislature Immediately after its ad journment next week to meet In Lon donA resolution was Introduced In tbe House to Investigate how much State money bad been expended in keeping armed men at Frankfort and by what authority Gov Beckbams appointments of J H Mulligan and H M Boswortu to be commissioners of the Eastern Ky Asylum were confirmed by the Senate The Senate passed the McConnell bill to establish the referendum system and a bill appropriating 50000 for tbe erection of a new cell house at tho Ed dyvlllo penitentiary Senator Bell of Union presented a bill making It a felony to hold possession of the governors otllce after the Legislature had pronounced for anoth er It Is aimed at Taylor Representative Lilley of Estill and John Jones one of his constituents drew pistols on each other while din- Ing at the Board of Trade Hotel In Frankfort but no gore was spilled While the mistress of the Executive Mansion Is visiting In the mountains and tbe old man Is still acting govern j or whos caring for them ar ceaws in the State house yard Georgetown Times Mr Terrells bills to prevent railroad companies from Interfcrrlng with elections and to prevent the free trans portation of persons to conventions and for the purpose of c Tigers were called up and advanced They ought to pass unanimously The Senate by a unanimous vote adopted the Welch bill to prevent the sale of cocaine except when labelled polsonand on physicians prescription This Is expected to cheok these of the drug as a stimulant among Negroes and low white peoplo Lum Lester tells the Cincinnati Enquirer that ho believes that on tho claim of conspiracy in the assassination of Gov Goebel several leading republicans Including Caleb Powers Chas Flnley and Walter Day will be Indict ed but that nothing could bo more absurd The grave of Gov Goobol has finally- al been located to the south of the chapel on the great bluff rising from Kentucky river from which a commanding view can be had of Frankfort and the coun try for miles around The democrats claim that they will pass the McChord bill by a slight lOa- n Jorlty while the republicans claim that they will defeat It by three to five The L N lobby seems to have tot ten In Its work on some of the demo crate Auditor Coulter appointed as janitor for his office Jack Smith a Negro dem ocrat from Whitley too largest repub bean county In the mountains He has votedand worked for the democrats In the republican hot bed for years after his life had been threatened and several attempts made to kill him Senator Utley presented a resolution which was unanimously adopted pro viding for the appointment of a joint committee to Investigate the conduct of W S Taylor In maintaining bodies of armed men in and about the State house by whom said men aro being paid and by whoso authority they are being kept there The republican members oUtho Leg islature officially and caustically scored Gov Tanner of Illinois for addressing Governor of Ken Ifa requisition to The tucky instead of to Taylor On being told of It Gov Tanner said If the members of too Kentucky Legislature did anything of the sort they are asses and they owe me an apology for their ignorance The question before Judge Field is whether that provision In the Ken tucky constitutions and statutes during all the past hundred years conferring exclusive jurisupon the Legislature diction over and ultimate judgment In all cases of contest for the offices of Governor and Lieutenant Governor IsI a supremo law of the land or a mere brutum fulmen Louisville Times Senator Triplett presented a rejoin tlon yesterday to appoint a committee to investigate1 the report that Taylor hadshlpped arms and ammunition toI London and if It Is so to present a bill appropriating 250000 for the equip meet of a new arsenal und autborlzeI Gen John B Castlcman eral to summon a posse large enough to take possession of theI States military property at London and return It to Its proper place at the State capital The Johnson bill amending the Elee tlon law the passage or which In tho Senate was told In our dispatches last the device oath bOjprlated publican and Lion officers in each voting precinct shall be chosen from the two leading parties from lists to be furnished by the party authorities POLIT1CIANSWIDPOLTICS Va died at Washington from Blackstone an op eration for appendicitis ExPrealdeni Harrison publicly con demns the new republican Porto Tariff bill as a departure from right principlesH a brother of the may or of Louisville was Indicted by the Federal grand jury for Interf erring with rtagroes in the right of suffrage Tbe Chicago TimesHerald warns McKinley and his party that defeat awaits them In November if a change is not made In the policy toward Porto RicoHon Joseph Sibley representing the 27th Pennsylvania district in gress divides his hissrdist ictOCWhen- serving ttyo hospitals in his term he gave his sala ry to labor organizations- Spcakingor hie birthday which OCt curs March Mr Bryan said I will be 40 years old that day Four years ago It was said I was too young to be presldentinow the argument prob that I am too old How the bankers trusts syndicates combines promoters speculators and getrlchqulclc concerns join the republican Hamilton and other dubs Imperialists In loving the memory of Abraham Ho was indeed a true prophet bo predicted heir enthronement as corrupters and destroyers of the public and here they fro Moreover Lincoln is dead and can do them no harm BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Louisville Is growing There was ono more birth than death there last monthUp Feb 28 the British had lost 12824 then in Africa killed wounded and missing The Woodford county grand jury In 1dlcted a dozen sports who bet on the November election The Providential Investment Co of Lexington has gone Into liquidation because of unfavorable legislation In Fentress county Tepn Henry Hood shot anti killed Rev Canney as ho result of a dispute over saw logs Six persons were burned to death and three badly Injured In a lodging house fire on the Bowery In New YorkJames Graves who killed Charlie Cassidy two years ago In Woodford county was given five years In tho pen ItentlaryA In California who held four aces dropped dead when the other fellow Hashed a straight flush and raked In a tat pot The advance since September 1 U5 perbale on a 0000000bale ofI crop makes the very comfortable ag retpatc ol 135000000 Circuit Judge Scott In a decision handed down at Winchester holds that National bank stock Is not taxable for State and county purposes The father of a boy whipped by a teacher nt nrnwor ylle Ind attacked the teacher and a fight to a finish lowed both falling mortally wounded Four highwaymen at Newport boldly entered two saloons and robbed aver body they found therein They cscap o4 In a skiff after a running flgbt with the police- A boy named Mulllns dropped a can of powder near an open fire at Grayson and his mother was burned to death In the explosion that followed Five oth ore were injured The B is O has glvrfn the Baldwin Locomotive Works an order for 100 compound consolidated locomotives which Is tho largest single order ever given In this country Charles L Davis the wnll known character actor better known as Al vln Josltn the role which made him famous died in Plttsburg Ho was noted for the number and costliness of tho diamonds ho woro Stamp books aro being Issued by tho 1 O department They will be In three sizes one containing 12 twocent stamps to sell for 25 cents ono having 24 twocent stamps to sell for 60 cone and one having 43 twocent stamps to toll for n The book are of conven- Ient pocket size and the stamps are prevented from sticking together by parafl no paper They sell at one cent additional on the cost of the stamps for each 12 stamps to pay for the book It turns ont that Lt Charles Ward and Sergt George Pearce of Lexing ton a pair of Taylors soldiers are tbo vandals who tore down the mourning drapery put on the State house for Gov Goebel Lieut Col Morrow will order a court martial He predicts that 8everehItlon in tho local courts said I will not surrender these men to the civil authorities They can be punished but once for this offense and that will be by court martial MATRIMONiAL MATTERS John Rice Is wanted at Cairo Ill for starving his wife because she refua himI and W E Todd were married Madison The bride only had to change one letter in her nameRobert Henderson of Lawrence Ind celebrated his 70th birthday by marrying Miss Joslo Ray years his juniorHenry Asher of Independence 0 cut his throat when his wife accused him of being too Intimate with his neighbors wife John Welsh of Princeton lad ad mitted that ho poisoned his wife In order to marry her sister Tho jury rave him life imprisonment Robert Fish of Greencastlo Ind dreamed three nights in succession that hts wife was dead and It worked on his mind so that bo ended his life with apistol- The London Echo pays a big compliment to two Negroes who eerved on the jury at ja recent term of court Brer Dycho seems to like the colored brother as a juror LAND AND STOCK T J Hill sold to O P Huffman three fat cows at 3Jc Robert Yeakey bought in Garrard a bnncb of bogs at 3 to 3c Brady d Terry bought of S T Rob erts a bunchof hogs at HJc FOR SALE Nine good broke mules V W Lyon Mt Salem Ky 3t The Winchester Democrat tells of a sale of 00 feeding cattle at Ii toGo John B Foster refused Co per pound for his fine bunch of yearling 50 In numberO Huffman bought of Jos Coffey a bunch of hogs at 3o and of Lucius Perkins some butcher stuff at 3c At a public sale of Percheron horses at Rock Rapids Iowa 20 aycraged 8116 and 12 stallion averaged 3530 30 Imperious a castoff gelding bought by Dr Rowell for 800 won the rich Burns handicap at San Francisco Sat dayL C King sold to J W Hayden a lot of clover hay at 810 per toe and to George Wood 50 barrels of corn at 240 M S Baughman Is contracting with Dick Curtis who drove David B and other fast ones to handle his Nabotb pacerW H Shanks had two good steer calves to die the other day und thinks black leg was tie trouble He Is feed- Ing 100 cattle Texas will send a mammoth steer to the Paris exposition It weighs 1700 pounds and its horns measure nine feet seven Inches from point to point- J M Hill sold to J C Johnson of Boyle 30105pound shoats at Jo H A Pleasants sold to same 18 140poundors at 410 and two 1300 pound steers at 300 W A Tribbles Kate Malloy now heavily In foaloby A C DunnsEnglish bred next to HIgh- land Denmark Gay Bros great saddle sire B G Fox sold to T P Embry for Next Gov Mays of Montlcollo Fla CaldIAdvocate Room I ROOffi I i I We souse sate it rn Elz H ElEl W PIP4 Qo A glanco at our stock will show you that every inch of available space Is occupied Our buyers have bought heavily and tho shipment are arriving dally There U but one way out of tho dilemma You know what that menns simply that we must sell enough goods each day to make space for what arrives the following day This we know cannot be done without offering considerable inducements In the way of bargains So here are Itoonv- MakenROOMMAKER NO1 Two solid case of Standard Percales They ere bright new Sprlu g good Just arrived ycitorJay They are worth 12Jc woe got more than we went you can have em at o- cROOMMAKER NO2W- ehave about 30 dozen childrens HeavyNibbed Hoio 25c quality These will go in J dox lots only assorted sizes at lOc per pair ROOMMAKER NO3 Apron check Ginghams that everybody ote In town sells at flc Get cm from us at 60 ROOMMAKER NO 4 A lot of blue mixed wool Sox regular price 25c take em at 12c ROOMMAKER NO5 100 Pieces of Fancy Calico at 4 s Notion RoomMakers Goal Size Turkish Bath Towels only trio per pair 10ln Linen Crash oc 1 dozen Pearl Buttons 5c 2 Curds of Hooks and KyctCc 5 Spools John Clarki Thread lea Ladles mack How only 5c Ladies extra heavy Black hose So White lied Spread 60c Three yard Lace Curtains 48c Shoe RoomMakers 1 Lot of Ladies Kid Shoes only XC 1 Lot of flee Dongola Kill Shoes for Ladles In small Nos only 680 Ladle fine Patent Tip Shoes lace or button only USe all Xo Mens fine Shoes USe to 35- Mens Buckle Plow Shoos only 76c- I Lot of Children Shows 15c No1 and 2 Lot of Childrens Shoes 2 to ft only 23c If you need a Suit or Odd Pants far Men Boys or Children we eats save you 25 percent on anything In this line Give us your measure for Shirts made to order nndget In the long list of customers that are wearing the White Swan Shirt the bet made t3 13 H Z Q 0ro tja ciH H H z Q I un LOU ISYI LLESTORE Salinger Bros ProsTHOS D HANKY Manager NewArticlesAdded To Oar StocksA NEW RANGE Coveted with Aluminum See It beforo buying any other The Dewey SelfBaiting- i Roaster And Baker The Condenser has the Fowl basting thoroughly ilnrlng entire time it Is roasting A new combined extension Step Ladder the Lest ladder on the market Higgins McKinney l EL7sY Bucher Gibbs Avery And Vulcan Three of the best plows made Farmers are cordially Invited to call In and exam- Ine them Full line of Buggies Carriages Wagons Ac W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do tho Heat THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The Dent Liver Kidney and yearshasPure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOT HATJSBATE OH GRIPS I But acts gently on the liver 25 doses In a box for 25c Try It once and you will never be without It IIFor Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PIUMJIIKNT Next SessionWill Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedtFor admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1STANFORD KY MAR 6 IQOO l E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER 1 jTUE boil material combined with and accuracy Insure good results No are over used In our prcnorlption work Penny Drujj Store PERSONAL AND IETY6USSIP MIL J B HtooiNS was In Lexington last week COL T P HILL way at Parksvillo a few days last week Mas JOHN II FARRIS of Lexington fe visiting relatives hero Miss JltANIClE DOTY of Garrard Is the guest of Mrs II E Salleo SIMPSON PULlS of Casey has lo cated at Somerset to practice law Miss DETTIB POWELL spent several days nt her homo In the West End MRS MAKTIIA SKVEUANCE of Lou isville Is on a visit to her children hero THE sowing society will meet with MrsIIJ McRobcrU Thursday from 2 to 41 M P W GREEN has purchased th mea market of Lanchcrt on West Main Lexington FRANK T MCCOLQIN of tho Clocln natl Eqqulrer was horo last week wit Agent Barnes Wcaron Mu W II PKTTUS of Brodhcad Is holding down tho depot wbllo Agent J S Rico Is oil on bis trip Miss JANE LYNE has returned who homo In Jessamine much to the regret of a number of young men Mils n MCROIIEUTS and mother Mrs Anna D YanArsdalc spent sev oral days at Harrodsburg lati wcotc MIss MATTIE ELKIN was hero between trains yesterday returning homo from a visit to Miss Welch In 1mino K II DALLA liD who has Ua lama time with her daughter Mr tSaUce returned to Paint Lick w week MR SAIUIIo LACKEY wife and baby of Louisville are visiting tho families of lion 0A Lackey and Mr- S W Given Miss NETTIE WRAY accompanied d Lewis L Doty homo Saturday and spentafewdayp with tho family of CaptJ A Doty Missna DORA AND KATIIEKINE BAUGHMAN of Madison Fomalo Insti ute spent Saturday and Sunday with hotncfolka hero Ilia eighth child a boy arrived yes terday to help clover County Clef k Geo D Cooper in his old ago Ho weighs 16 pounds MR J E FARRIS ono of Ltnco countys most popular citizens i been down this week visiting Mr M Farrleand family Advocate REV A J Pun of Brodhcad laced e down to Haysvllle Marlon county to preach the funeral of C GlasscocK a prominent man of that section s MRS JOHN BAUQIIMAN aud daughter Mist Katherine Baughman of the West End aro In Cincinnati whore the former Is under troatmc MR J II STCCICY and wife of Liv ingston aro attending tho bcdsldo of her father Mr Wllllan Martin who is vury at his his homo near Halos r Well MISS PEARL KINO left yesterday to enter the Bryant ft Stratton Business College at Louisville where she will tako a courso In stenography and tyl writing Sho Is vory bright and quit as wall as pretty and wo expect to hear of her rapid program MR WALTER B CURTIS son of and Mrs W H Curtis has secured a nlco position with a manufacturl company at Naehvlllo and writes mother that bo lIkelllt very much I Is an excellent young man and promises to mako his mark among men SPEAKING of tho marriage of Rov C T Thompson to Miss Elizabeth Var dctnan daughter of Squire and MrsT M Pcnnldgton tho Middlcsboro News says Tho bride was the picture of iovllnoss Sho woro a gray traveling gown and carried a bunch of violets this bolnJ tho predominating color DR E J BROWN and David Thorn p son returned from Now York yesterday morning where the former took a course of lectures and tho latter we to bo treated for supposed mad dog hi at Pasteur Institute where out of 16000 cases treated tho loss has been less than t of ono per cent HON R J BRKCKINRIDOK attorney general of tho Stato of Kentucky was hero yesterday with his son Morris s Brccklnrldgc Esq looking after sot caeca In tho circuit court Tbo Bono tolls us that his otllca In Frankfort is good shape for tho transaction of tho States business add that ho has no doubt the final outcome will bo In favor of tho democrats MR JOHN BRIGHT supervisor of tho census has returned from Cincinnati where ho went to receive Instructions from a staff olllccr Mr Wines of tho census bureau at Washington Twenty Uvo other supervisors also that him there and they had on their host bib and tucker besides being shaved and combed In the latest form Mr Bright only was unshaven and unshorn and bo f oil llko a poor boy at tho corn shuck log t MRSJ J McRoiiKRTS has been quite sick eras week J U CARTER Highland Jim and Henry Hester are both very ill MRS C H PAINE wont to Louis daysMissof Campbollsvllle U with Mrs L DL WcsterOold Miss NANCY HALUERT of Horn Lake Miss a very handsomo young Joseph5ornraaco garWilkerson r Martin who hoe been very sick for the last three weeks MRS EMMA LEE VAUOHAN sister o tho Walton brothers and Miss Ieel Vaughan their cousin will arrive tomorrow to visit them CHARLIE GREEN who Is In business at Ellzabathtown has tho thanks of the boys hero for a telephone message to attend the bop there tonight LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work ye WEDDING presents at Hamiltons DALTON Is headquarters for gOod- watch work 0LI IOLEIt Duos shoes at Severance Sons Hi6nnST prlco paid for veal calves hbNEW lao curtains and curtain Swiss es at Severance ft Sons IlAVC your watch or clock repaired at Embry fc Englcraans nt Penny e drug store rrWE have plenty of corn hay and all kinds of feed continually on hand J II Baughman Co SALE Peter Straub Jr haeboug of A C Sine the residence opposite yaWeatthof tsea cola of Old Mock Whisky in hue tonvllle BC Mock G01NU AWAYPISoleo call and sot tiesI am going to leave Stanford and must have ray money Call In the next week Mrs Kato Duddorar IRON Is the forerunner of prosper ty and develops tblovcs natd Mr J E Bruce the other day Slnco tbo ad vanco In that metal I havo had stolen from me a stove tbo cutter bar machine buggy spring tires off of wagons and tho hexing out of my wheel hubs bo continued WILL GottQtonlargc golato GoJn o First Days of tho Confederacy Re served seat will go on cola at Curry e drug store In Danville Friday morn- Ing at 75 cents WHILE County Clark Cooper recognizes Gus Coulter as auditor ho deems It best to bold on to what funds belong otleg to the State bo has on hands until theta Is a final settlement of the tan Bled affairs Mr Cooper bondsmen aro good friends ol his and while h thinks ho would bo auto In remitting to Auditor Coulter ho prefers to tako chances whatever that would Involve thcm CUTTING Saturday night as Ed rallrokas oe taro In Laurel county ho was cut by an lnlllctingir a may prove fatal Dr Troutman dressed the overhie Do manito sr no arrests have been made LOOK hero said Joe Goo Jo to ue tho other day when is this thing go Ing to bo settled at Frankfort P Pr ty soon I hope was tho reply Well I with theyd make haste about it I want to go to work and cant do so while I am all torn up ho responded The point of this wo will say to thoso who do not know tho clover Soc Is that he hasnt hit a lick of work In 10 years and wouldnt do so for big pay tit0o aro o fact that a car load ordered from the South the last of January by Mr A C Sinu did not arrive till Saturday and tho prlco had gone up 872 a car from tho tlmo tho order was gives till tho Sundan0 ye th exceedilover per cent a tho cry Is still they como ENLARGED and improved Fields fs Hansons Minstrels gave tho best per formanca of the kind over men In tho Opera House Everything was update to and tho specialties a little beyo nil A wretches night and a lecturo at tho Methodist church made tho crowd smaller than It would otherwise havo boon but what It lacked In numbers it mado up In enthusiasm and all wont away loased Mr John F Fields tho proprietor knows how to cater to tho public appetite and his olTorts deserve tho most liberal patronage JUST received a carload of flooring and coiling A C Sine HATS at reduced prices order to reduce stock Gco H Farris Co NOTICES for bids for tho mall con tract from hero to McKinney six times a week to closo March 1C bavo been posted by Postmaster Florence MINNOWSJ B Owcos who will manage Cumberland Fall Hotel this year is getting up nil the ralnnowa ho can for the fishing season which be glee at the Falls about April 1 A DISIATCII from Strung says that attproperty in Paris for 80000 and will open a college for young women next fall a SUNDAY was an Ideal Spring day and yesterday was quite warm Tho signal service predicted a heavy fall In tem perature last night and snow but It kept warm and rained and It Is still at It this morningbiTILE roxt regujar meeting of the Lincoln County Medical Societywill bo held at Stanford Secretary Dr L B Cook tolls us on the lJth Dr W N Craig is essayist and DC I S We Icy of Lancaster will read a paper WRECK Eight cars and tho tender of freight train No 35 were thrown the track at St Marys lost nigh y a defective guard rail and tho badly torn up Nobody wail hurt Tho night express duo here at 1235 A bar not arrived yet and is not expected till 1030 this morning GOEIIEL WINDOW Mrs J H Al- bright wlfo of the proprietor of tbo Albright Hotel at Brodhcad has dedi cated a window of her house to tbo pictureh dow profusely trI med In the deepest mourning Like her husband Mrs Albright is rin ardent admirer of the dead statesman FISHING CLUlMr John P Jones is organizing a fishing club to have tbo exclusive uso of tho water works reset voir which Is stocked with the Lineal flab now largo enough to mako tho sport interesting Tho Initiation fee Is 910 spa thero will be monthly due after tho club Is formed Tho moat Is for tho purpose of enclosing the res ervoir building a house and buying boat Already most of our sporting men have signed the paper Saturmye notoriously bad houso near East Berq stadt Leonard Smallwood got ma with Wm Hughes of Madison count and without a word shot him to death Robert McKinley a citizen arrested Smallwood and notified the authorities The Inquest Implicated besides Leon ard Ed Llzzlo and Ida Smallwood Mary Cosaldy and Hampton Gregg and all were taken to the London Smallwood killed hie own brother tbo samo placo two years ago and had just gotten out of tho penitentiary Hughes makes the third man tbit ha been murdered at that placo In tho last two years Thero are more blind tigers In Laurel county than In eight years and they are the primary cause oat the murders poCIIiCU1T COURT Tho next docketlthis court promises to bo a one A dozen or moro Commonwealth cases that bavo long encumbered it wero stricken from it and Friday over JO equity cases that had been on t docitct for many years wero either dl missed settled or stricken from It for other reasons George Owens for carrying a weapon concealed was given days and 8J5 tine Kato Gooch who was charged with receiving goods stolen from J B Foster was dlamlea at his request and Arthnr Gooch give- s00 days for stealing them Tho cast against tho Standard 011 Co for pcd dllng without license wore dismissed tho court of appeals having decided for tthe company in cases from other count ties Wlllla Logan colored who sued George C GIvens for 8100 for poisoning his dog got cast for tho costs Mr Ulvcns admitted that bo killed tho dog but said bo shot him whllo ho was chasing his sheep Tbcro was quite an array of counsel In the case Tho jury In tho case of Ceo Owens for highway robbery wero held over till Saturday when they wero discharged being unable to agree Examiners R Bush and W S Burch reported that after a very scrutinizing and thorough examination they found Logan R Hughes comp tent worthy and qualified to practice law with all the pains and penalties thereunto attaching and ho was grant aded license to hang up tits shingle at practice on clients real or imaginary to his hearts content Court was in session so far as tho juries wero concerned only a short tlmo yesterday but long enough to send ono Negro up for a year Charley Smith who sot tire to a Cincinnati Southern freight car at MoKinnoy and came near burning It up Tho order dismissing tho murder dictment against Thomas Fish Goor Stephenson and John McClure made the first day of tho term was set aside yesterday tho case reinstated and continued till next court Most of yesterday was devoted to equity business and5houlaDGENUINE Columbus Buggy Cos bug glee also Troy and Moyer makes WWA Carson ofBrlghtaterday at Danville ALL tho C SVUDh women of Lln cordially be given by Miss Annie H Shanks at her home Saturday afternoon 10that130 HARRODSIIURO An immense crowd thSattlobueioceeof feed A taw choice steers went at 5 but He was the ruling price Heifers nulfbrouJrhtand muleswere sold privately at from S75 to 8176 but thoso offered publicly were prleesPaulg clothing and gents furnishing afore yesterday with a brass band and the house was crowded with patrons the whole day Ed Poteet is with Mr Goddard and the two make a team that will be hard to down Our old county man John W Drye Is well pleased with Mercer but has not bought a farm yet Ho still wants oneIt looks llko the democratic paper Is a sure thing tand no ono will argue that one Is not needed in Mercer Prof Boswortb who it Is believed will edit It has had savcral yours experience aa a newspa per moosJ R Bailey who used to sell drugs at Crab Orchard la ono of DGlvonsmaking mosey In tho livery business a morettentiverodsburg has moro fine residences than Kentucky r Danule knowIlessthonSatToPa story that the man walking be ColChinnbetweentheabsurdity of Mrs Saffels tale PREACHERSY Lexingtonnloner revival at thatGOInLoulsvlllofor the 20th century toad thd InvitedtoThe C W B M will meet In the churchWednesday alooksbrary Tbo Momon elders aro becoming too salatatLemonooaralhe ScoUerfllCID3Cd e arobelnc oitizensAs a wbolo or In part tho Bible haa dillerentlanguof the human family if they read at all can reed the Bible in own tongue Milwaukeeho rilescomes banquetdrinks10au SAYS HE SAW GOEDEL SEIOT LIVINGSTON March 2In to GoebolLivingstondepotfrom Bull and Harlan arrived on tho thoycbanAed henvllyarmed eentthereGoebelbutton eeryclose whetIIt always bad been mv stripe and colOr acquaintedgladlyglvoJOURNALthatassassins of Gov Goebel J J SIMPSON BISMARCKS IRON NERVE Joo1omllLlelaherostamuhldrer6ldaeualitnrebareontd 1lllsYrJoseph Glenn a wellknown farmer hlsdaubis own throat Ho bad ordered tbo wlthAloortMarshS VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS oyaborng0irlhJrIYeeguaranteed Sold br 1enny Umggld dryelncosaloons March 13 The NEW 3LiTT3 ESE3I5 STAIK J A ALLEN 00 Contractors and Builders Stanford CookeeItrnckatsplndleaLathe Shingles Steel Roofing and will also keep on band all kinds U1V1 of Rough Lumber Oaltands N FOR OLIi 6R HND BUCHER GIBBS IIW E PERKINS 1Crab Orchard Ky JACK SALE AT DANVILLE KY ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 Maple Park Kindergarten E Pe Faulconer ProrrRogers tram nextlorso 50 PATTERNS Ali of New Shapes and Shades of t Mens t Bats I Just Received See Them MoClarydCash Clothiers sail Furnishers w Helmers Bettman Co r Builders of Gents a Fine Footwear In our 10 years wholesale experience in the Shoo lino we never found moro worthy shoes than those manufactured by tho above firm A little over ono year ago was commenced tho gale of ihem In Stanford and now harllla day passes In i ofatthis celebrated shoo we 5 Dr W B OUaonon Judge J P Bailey J B Owens J B Paxton W W Withers Geo B Cooper holmeWm Hamilton W DL Bright W O Walker W ILHgglns tinm Embry Jr W A Tribblo lIughesMarkW S Embry W Logan Wood It S Lytle SauOeyWReuleyJUK WearersEd Wilkinson J C Eubanks Jesse D Nestle B F Rout S H Shanks S 11 Owens W II Shanks Two thirds of your life Is spent In your shoes make that two thirds as comfortable as possible and wear the lic B Shoes Spring and Summer lino now In YJOHN P JONES Stanford n VJ at Will not lost always and Spring Cleaning Trtno will be on you before you know It Dont forget about our en tlro new line of Carpets Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Swisses and Shades At reasonable prices for good qualities SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court House 4 4Ii 4 J Yi1IIt WJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottofllce at Stanford a teconddatt matter lnbl2ah1Tw4sy i AXxdFMda si PER YEAR CASH a When not loptldtUEOO will b charged QUEEN L CRESCENT Trslns going South pass Junction City No oes not stop No3 1190 P NoS 1122 x No t b03 r x Going South No2 doesnt stop No4 341 M No 6 123 r YNo 106 u FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leave Frankfort at 650 AM 340 r and r connecting st Ueoivetown with the Q AC Returning lure Paris at e30 and r x retching Frankfort after connecting with Q AC trains at 1120 M710 r and 1 r The latter train luTes for Umrcetown at Till P J R NEWTON 01 A NOTICEWatches cleaned eta Mocks front 25e to 73cj Main tprlngs In watches end clocks 73c All work to my lIoe so saUle cut prlcee A work and guar anteed For cub only at residence on lAo cuter street ROUT KENZKL W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vttalltrd Air Physician in attend ance Office in the New Thompson Building ITt FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE Only the best companies represented Inquiries solicited 12 R B MAUONYAgt Stanford ne Southern Kutud Investment Comp n1 Of Lexington Ky Plan INS UBANOEEVERND We Pay While You Live 014 Line Companies Pay When You Die Over 1209000 paid In llvlag benenta 4 Over t3S000Keserve and Surplus BARNES WEAKEN r =III Local Agent Stanford J+ l+ McCbMY UHDBSTAKBK Manufacturer and Dealcar In HARNESS SADDLEHY Ct Stanford Ky ov= awzLLITO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un- Ion Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring Information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Webraska end points in the far West including Cal Uornlalshouldaddress Frank J AgtEPass Agt W H ofrCharlesll OBI fee returned if we fall one sending sketch end description of any Invention will receive our free concerning the patentability of same How to obtain a Patent sent request Patrols secured through us advertised for sale at our Patents taken out through us receive specia- lasUawttbuutcharge In PATJCKT RECORD sin illustrated and circulated Journal consulted by Manuracturers and Investors scud for sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J IVANS A CO Patent Attorneys Rvanu Building WASHINGTON De x yw CLARENCE COLEMAN INTERESTING LETTEK FROM TilE CA S COUNTY SOLDIER MANILA P I Jan 5I can tblnk of no way in which to while away a fow moments of tho monotonous camp life than In writing a few lines to tho old reliable Tho 3rd Battalion tojtetbcr with headquarters is now stationed on tho North line near Blockhouse 5 Abe companies are quartered In largo Sibley tents about a quarter of B mllo apart Company K of whicb your humblo scribbler Is a member Is with headquarters That Is regimen l headquartor8wlth the coloneladjuta sergeant major quartermaster hOIl pltal band chaplain o Our little camp Is In a beautiful little bamboo grove just three miles out of Manila The 1st and 3rd battalions are scattered all tho way from Angeles to Ma balacat a distance of from 60 to 75 miles North of here It teems to be our fate to bo stuck up hero with headquarters while tho other boys seethe country and spat with the enemy Wo thought It was bad enough to bo with regimental headquarters but where do we go now but to brigade headquarters at El Depoalto So salu ting and guarding the high muck mucks is our game There Is not a man In the company but what would far rather beat the front El Deposit tho headquarters of Oen Hall our brigade commander is a suburb of ntla The transport Grant is duo from Frisco today with the 48th colored Infantry which will relieve us when will go to the above placo where will relievo a company of the 40th When we came here from Malato Barracks we relieved a battalion of tbe t3rd While there Is little oxcltcmc this near Manila yet wo are holding town one of the most prominent lines an the island Manila Is In our hand Our company has made some half a dozen or more reconnolssances one be- Ing made to San Francisco del Monte and another to Marequina etc Wo were called out one night about mil light and made a reconnolssaoco abont tall a mile beyond our lartherest outposts They were firing at what tbey ay were men who thou took for the enemy and who refused to halt at thol command butI rather think they were only apparitions caused by a disease pagination A sentry can see anything on outpost in theso jungles guard many outposts tbat the men g0 every other day 1 dontdo any guard duty now of any kind fatigue or morning drill I am regimental maU carrier I threw up he company clerkship the day before 1 rould have gotten my warrant to tote the man The clerkship Is too bindlnj for me I go down to Manila every day with the man on abull cart as they are called These carts are pulled by the native water buffalo or caribou I have a Chinese driver Headquarter has about 30 of these Chinamen and bull carts The Chinese population b- the most trustworthy on the Island and these caribous are used to better advantage than the army mule In transporting ordinance and commissar upplles to the boys at tho front It Is quite a comical sight to see me and my mall bags on ot these list dump carts sitting up by the side of a Chinese cooly and drawn by a bulTalo It is sale that occasions are so rare when one of theee beasts is known to shako up a ittlo trot that It Is almost time for a jubilee is the coming city of the Orient She still has her old Spanish slecpy ways but it will be Amerlcat itorpriso and energy that will brine her to the front As soon as the Insur ctlon Is over railroads will bo bull Irom Manila connecting with the most sporting towns throughout the province and the hum 01 Industry of B great city will be heard on every cor ncr Mantle only needs docks to be a rival city to Hong Kong One of the finest churches I hac ever seen Is here in Manila The Filipino are all Catholics having been brought pthat way by the Spaniards The iliplnos are a queer people with queer habits All are inveterate smokers Both sexes smoke from the cradle to- the grave They smoke cigars and Igarettea and it Is nothing uncommon to see allttlo pickaninny hardly weaned Irom Its mothers breast sucking away On a ell ar Cock lighting is the main sport and IIreat sums are often staked on a cer taln rooster I have seen more beggars In the of Manila than I ever saw al Bother In America I have Just learned that thp Grant has como Into the bay and she brings 42C lacks of man Tbat peans we will have a big mall tomorrow that I will be reading INTERIOR JOURNALS be fore the setting of another sun Malls from the States are few and far between We lent possibly get two malls One week and then It be 15 days before another one but on an average theta aro three malls a month from the States There are four American dallies pub IIshed In Manila The American Freedom Tues and Tribune either ot which are pretty fair hare The Philippine troops are paid every two months and are paid off In The moat of a soldiers spending tnonoj aftel he has broken a piece Med ean money One dollar American 11 worth two Mexican I am a gold bug dyed In the wool Away with your fret sUver I see in a San Francisco paper that Congress has met and that Taylor Is governor of Kcniudky but I still we hopes that honest Old Joe will- be returned to the Senate Success tc the I J and Its corps of readers CLARENCE COLEMAN 4L1 e cvxnltshable cnentlc salesmen to se Lubrlml log Oils en roranilulon with a view to per man fat salaried positions as soon as ability Is prop In References The Oil Co Cleveland FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will sell or exchange for a small farm In tho vicinity of Stanford a louse and 6y acres of ground on VanAndale Avenue Stanford known as the Watts place I will sell a iirt or all of It For further particu lars call on or address U F L SIMS Stanford Ky Valuable Property For Sale It not sold privately txlbrrhsml I will on Monday Mar xath 1900- At the trot door of the Court louse In London Ky offer for sale to the highest and beat bidder for K cub and the reiuelnder In 6 ant IS months equal payments with 6 per cent Interest from date of property known as Laurel County FalrCrounds About J of a mile North of London Ky contain fence Large and- commodiouAmphitheatre and other oulbulld togs Excellent tenement House and Uarden Lot wells on property J urlelC0uuijI7a1rto 6 trAbti every 4 on i THE LAND OF THE SKY COO NTRY The mountain section ot Weston North Carolina where tho Southern Hallwaycross ell the Mountains ti one matt beautiful countries on earth with cll matte advantages setoml to none This country Is known TilE LAN OK SKY In this Land of the Sky are situated the attractive Resorts of Ashevlllc Hot Springs Tryou lllack Mountain etc At those points as well as many others there are superior Hotel accammodatloni and visitors to this wonderful country find It at nil Seasons ot the year mtfst adranta grace Adjacent to The Land ot the Sky Is what U all The Sapphire Country which Is reached the Southern Railway via AihoTllle Hendersonvlllo N 0 to llrovnrd N 0 thence by stage through a wonderfully Interesting The Sap Inn on Lake furnishes ood- accommodatlonland Falrflcld Inn on Fairfield Lake Is a largo Hotel just completed and being extensively byvisit ors from ell over the Uultcd States The average attitude of Sapphire Is 3000 feet above the Sea Tho country Is most attractive not only as- a summer but alsu nA a Winter and Spring Itesort Polders maps and other Information mall Id free to any address by WM II TAYLOE A 01 A Loulsvlllo Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Central Kentucky having been reinGalleryThis Is now the most cently equipped with the marvelous Anaatlgmat Louses the now discovery In optical science I to say to too Ladle that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very bates Designs it JVJouldh s Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit from the sImplest photograph to the most elaborate able for framing for suitable Among the lot is the New French mouldIng specially thatFrench Water Colors reo Embroidered slatsnellcato pictures dnire a dainty When In Danvllle call and see us and set our prices We will Bare you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post OUco 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 iconsut jr Craig Hooker Stanford Dcsr ts TNt cne fesT00T feCpyqNE ermanhevcaSorTto o Tigeufrtfiny ltfrl1 y m Send For y- taloaue 4u1 viIfc Kr r Seven experienced teachers each one specialist in his line Graduates of college business houses Therearo other schools but none can ofler our facilities I weekday twins Sunday INDIANAPOLIS Tin tho Country this Four FastTrains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS uivro 4 trial every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and Sleepers on night trains Vestlbuled Parlor Cart on day trains = 4 trains every wtsk 3 tubas on yTo CHICAGO t Vestlbuled trains Standard and Compartment sISleeping Cars Parlor Cars and Caf4 Dining Car Oav Car or FNAiciteo 4 Ex Route new Orkahs Iouston 6alueston Iand all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Oaten and Crescent lssSIaPsFrom Cincinnati and the North So Miles Shorter than her Line Cincinnati to New orleans Vestibuled LImited Trains Through pullmansl24 Hour Schedules Onl One Change Cars to sDurg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc THl IM HW OSIUNS TNI unCUT POSTFJII hereby warn all persons from Irestpasslnf on wr farm for any purpose whatever LANDUnAF Oltenhel DINK FARMERI- s n candidate for Jailer subject to the tlon of the democratic party Ho lolleltl your support JOHN C PEPPLES ts a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couty subject to tbo action of thu democratic t ty Your support It solicited GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to Mil M urea ul the ram on liTe Including toe splendid bouts of hive rooms lichen aDd cellar and with cistern anil rrlOI a the door The place Is located on the Danville lIuslOorlll miles tran lsnTIII and tram lluitonvllle Fort acre ofthe nrin Is n wheat In ans condition and titers are IT arrN or torn land II purchaser wants more laod 1111 tell him the entire tract of acres Tern to lult the purchaser Kor further partlralare rsl on raddrew V C BANOltXIK MIIIedMvUle 17 J T SUTTON Undertaker nitonville Kentucky Ofcrs Disservice to the people 6fWest UDeo and Casey counties Full stock of Oofflniaad Caa- klualwalUD hand U Maaa- gsrPLEASE I READ January let the regular aemtann ottllng time Gas come gone and omoot my patrons have not settled with me It ou are one of them ate er estlr requested la settle Thanking ono aDd all for patronagoand aoltcltin a jntlnuace Very GUEFl Mlntoshs Livery Feed Stable McK111EY IYO- ood Rigs at reasonable prices SatCl rivers double and single for day or nlltht It you want to work Casey and adJolnlnlt aunties McKinney Is the to drlle from Horscii well for by single JOd dayW1e or month A share of your a ronage FOX LOOAN LIVERY FEED2AND SALE 1 STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK llorsts and Mules constantly on hand and JOale at alt tim- esHERE WE ARE a and new prices wlob Wllh a new store DW to announce to Its public of Cay 11Ir undlnf cnunlles that IaJWrr THE RACKET STORE sunlord will open a llranch Store at erly trdu Ken Sd with a lull and com llt liD ot Dry Goods Notions Mens Boy And Childrens Clothing T vtlbrr with wens boys ladle lulsws and hoots sod ShOO lists Csm lii guardp you that we will gle you more than store la this Dr Itr vain for mooey any rounding oounlle We sell all ol our JIwUb a guarantee as lint flus goods and oOlblol- but low prim buy them tome sal sse you will tbat we sell goal roods at nrI- Clw price We buy all our gowls ruht from lb ractorles to lire quastilies fur ellil idwesell fur same Ibsrrtore we ton a ord lIT you rod goods at a prKei We wualn 70un Air good treatment The RACKET STOReS TIle cbnixet store In the country Stanford and lJterlY Ky Mason HoteMRS U D SIMPSON Plot I ucastcr I Kentucky clean beds splend PoOtteteot D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Ice cooat on hand a complete itn- Iluggleeat UucUbonrds Harness urn ture kc Agent for Ucerlnp Mowers and IlIudra and repairs Oliver Chilled Ilowa- tbe test made always for sale Cull on kin RITH HOTEL r FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BltODHEAD KY Beat lintel n the mountains rata roniUrrr orn fleet all trains Special sttentlou to ta- gello men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The mot centrally located and only FJESrJ10LASS Hotol la the city making a 2 RATE ODe block from the principal shopping dIstrIct and two blocks from tho three princIpal theatres itrcct cars pass the door to all puts tI tbe City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat unit Corn to Morris Fred Exchange In Wra Daughorty tanfnrdIn an gut In exchange Flour anu Meal ShipDrunChicken my Taco than where lu town A trial- ita I ask I bellovo my exchange will odII thing tor farmers and I pledge llbor al ansactlonn ROIl full weight My fU d come tram Uudderurt Dix RIver Roller Mm and are firstclass MORRIS FRED Icphono No 88 tSpring1900Trees Rnrything for Orchard lAwn and Harden The lKfIt stock In Kentucky of Fruit sad Ornamental Trees Vines Htrswlvrrv Plants Aiparsgui Ithularh and goal orIInll1l7 grown n such atahlir meet denial Nursery fetiawberrjr catalogue to Ibad on ll 1 f HIIIKM1KYEH Islington KjT WHITE HOTEL W H OAHHIEH IllOU CORBIN KENTUCKY Close to rawenger Depot Klntclsis throughout lutes II per day tip CS RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANfORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal A 8 PRICK Inr IDentist Stanford Ky OMaevtIeltotarteDrug Store U the ReA Ilulldlng Ow7I DENTI8TI I Phone No6 Orcr Itlg Ins ft McKinney III itfBPENNYDDS STANFORD KY taOttl e at test ll ncion Lancaster Street DR RI COLDSTEINtTI1K Celebrated Eye Specialist op LoulHvllle Kentucky Will U at the Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur t day Mar 24th Returning wit Jay in tacit month Eyes Ezanlcei ski Qlinoi Selestlflsillj g nsledtFIRSTNATIONALBANK OK STANKOUD KY CtjdUlStDCk 1100000 Carplni J17CS3 61 This Institution originally established as the I e poaltBaaknf Stanford In ISM then reorgsnUed the National Uank of Stanford In IMS andafaln eorg aniied as the Klnt National Dank ol Stanford n 1852 has had practically sn uninterrupted exist snce for years It is Utter supplied now wit facilities for trsntactlni business promptly and lib erallvlhaneverbeloreln In Its long land honoisbli carter Accounts of InJltUnsli flJucJtrle flnni sod Individuals solicited DiaiCToai- P Bold Lincoln Co J w Hadea Staaiord S T Harris III Uaugbman J S Hoeker TIII11 WP Walton W A Trlbble J U ColllerCrab Orchd M JMller MUVexnon M DElmor Stanford orricaat J B lion sr Pmld n1J J UtRoberts Cssklsr Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock llfoOOO- Succeswr to The Farmers Bank A Trust lbmpaayerod under same msnsgcment oontlnu- ouiljr fur 25 Years Solicits Your Bank Account loping such mutestlyDIUKCTOKS- J J WlliiamaCJ 8 Owslev Sr JN lIeoofee A W Carpenter W CUlhlUlcs J E Ivnn S think J Y Cssk J J bwdq OFFICERS S H Sbahks President J D aehle- r1vhlUrlghtlasll0hjor tt I