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J kS- r SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXV11I STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH H 1900 9 A M NO3 GRAB ORCHARD Scott Furrls Is slowly Improving Mr Logan saw mill Is undergoing fcorao needed repairs and will sooo ready for service again There Is an Immense amount of lum ber at tbo lumber yard near the depot and Mr T M Condor Is shipping n Urge number ot fine logy There arc also a great many locust puts read ye for shipment The ladles ot tho C W D M fll this place bavo been cordially Invlt to an entertainment to be given Miss Annie n Shanks of Stanford nd nothing preventing It will afford them great pleasure to accept the kind Invi tation Tbo family and Immediate rolatlo of the late Mr Sam tlolman desire express tholr sincere thanks to tbo many friends who ministered In ma ways bestowing numerous favors attentions to the family during tbo Ill ness of Mr Holman Mr and Mrs J W Cook left Tues day for Indianapolis The many Mends of Mrs Gormley mother of Mrs Cod deeply sympathize with ber In sly up her only remaining daughter oven though she gained a worthy son law but thus It Is In this life Our friends aro soon scattered rotes In bloom Somu to the bridal and some to the tomb Mr Holroan Stuart of Corbin and Mr Carpenter Stuart ot liaise vII lied their father Wm Stuart on Saturday and Sunday last Dr and Mrs Cooper of Livingston returned homo In the early part Of tho week after spending a low days with Charles Redd and family W A Dcazloy who has been quits Is considerably Imp rnr ed After a prolonged visit taking ID Somerset Danville Parksvtllo ted Stanford Miss nettle niggles Is once more among her homo friend Mr DAn Dolman Is steadily Improving and Is able to be out In pleasant weather Mrs Kittle King will leave MonJay for Louisville to lay In a full stock of millinery goods Mr Will James Is absent on a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs Capt DllUon has gono to Camp Nelson to see her husband MrsT J Culton and children have Yotur sad from Madison county and are now at homo to their friends Mr J liars wont over to Richmond some days ago ofandcattle Mr and plra Livingston An drone ot Corbln are visiting the lam llyof Mr Perry King Mr and Mrs Jones of Rowland spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tom Jones QuIto a genteel looking man ca at the house of Mrs 0 Rlcacri a t evenings since and asked permission to spend the night She told him she couldnt keep him to which ho re sponded that she could share her money with him Sho replied that she had none and ho answered by asking her what she hail done with her pension money she had juit drawnho roust have some of that She told him ibo kept no money about the house but could give him something to cat If ho wished it IIo said ho wanted no food but must have her money Lie said ho knew abe bad five comfortable beds In tho bouse und ho would stay all night lie also spoke unkindly of her Adam who Is In Florida for his boa whereupon sho sprang for a largo stick near by nod raising It over his head ordered him out ot tho house Seeing she meant business bo ran out Imme diately and has riot been seen or heard from since Ifs had evidently been crated about tho house asho knowl number of beds and other aril about the house sLIBERTY G R Wilkinson has sold his pre ty to Mr Wheeler ot Catoys Cr and gives possession at once Mr Grant Elliott and Miss Celesta Troubrldgo surprised all by eloping to JefTersonvlllo Sunday and being rcur rlcd Mrs Coots and son of Owens px r0 are visiting the family of Wilson Co otea A P Young has bad a relapse and tidduMcCormack town this week The newly married couple though young seem to bavo made a happy union and may they over are o as happy and contented as they now Is the wish of their many friends Mrs John Wesley and MIss Blanche Elliott have boon the guest of Mrs Dr Dye several days this week J Doylo Stone after a months stay In Nebraska has returned homo Ho was very much pledged with tho State- PBBYEITED TRAGEDY Timely Information glren Mr Oeorge long New Stralterlllotlbfc i r veot xl a dreadful trag and 1t1 two the frightful rough long her aware ery she had Roretrialtear tcmodlo3 and doctor but etuadny grew anti urged to try Dr KloR Dlmor one ladle wholly rural ber and she write tbla mar reloui medicine alto cured Mr tang oft Mime at lackof Ilieiimonla Such ruts are the of the matchlcu merit ol thus grand rented curing throat chest and lung trouble 60o and II Krerr bottle guaranteed Trial tauter iris at Icnnya Drug Store A Now York girl who Invented sin chewing gum and made a worth 300000 la now a bride LANCASTER Mr J W Poor hoe about cattle ho sheerMissfs tho guest of Misses Mattle and Sal IloElkln Messrs J F Cummins and tVlllia Sovorunco two of your best basins meD came over to eaa lYageUndertaker that the romaine of W O Owsley wo takonbyfinally lull to rest The body had been In the vault 11 days nbuveEvotonolYndTbo colored boy who stole the check from Mrs II O Kauffman waived JailJudllOIn a bond of 1100 each on the charge Patter1J exDover of the tokeie temperance cause aa whole count lire snore apt to vote against the sate liquor than certain precincts and towns arefmany W 5111 tornhog tQ delighted to meet him hero Thursday morning He Is still a ulraon pure detn ocratund ho says that If Tennessee untitled to one governor Kentucky Is entitled to two Tbo management of tbo Garrard Op era House should bo congratulated on procuring J C Lewis SI Pluaka rd troupe which appeared last Monday night A largo crowd enjoyed the fortnanco and It was highly entertain Ing from start to finish Kvcry feature was toad and tbo leading characters were truly excellent A fight will bo rnadoto have thoconi ing Congressional convention hold hero We have a now hotel and opera hot ise and we are well prepared to entertain the democracy of tbo 8th district We have not had a convention In many years and our democrats have always been into to candidates named by other counties Hcsldo this they have fought against grout odds for years and do servo this recognition It la hoped all counties will agree to this rapstowthe lly bench and Chief of Pollcu Jos Pierce running In tho law breakers On Monday and Tuesday colored men and boys confessed to the offense of crap shooting for which they were fined fro each and all but one sent to tbo work house Twentythree warrants against various parties are sot for trial today Thursday and several for Prl day there being 70 in all Issued for the Illicit sale of liquor There are too many eases to report separately but they will bo reported as judgments are rendered Tho last Issued are Com monwcalth warrants Three cases are chargeithof Dr and Mrs William Burnett of Jefferson county are with her mother bits T M Arnold who has been sick for some time While out driving Mrs W B Woes readied for the line breakingthe bcr cclcaon representative Mr Sundayho and n R II Torallnaon wont to Lexington ClnccokIn on Margaret Har roll of Texas lathe guest of Misses Jennie and Fannie Parks at Paint Lick Mrs J A Royston and daugh TuesdayMlslIniece of our Mr D M Lackey will ebe sponsor at the Confederate reunion at Louisville Monday night during the SI Plu ilkthe ard performance at the opera house considerable excitement was created when Marshal Pierce Deputy Sheriff Ward Jailer Ross J Hamilton Ed- wIn Arnold and John Estee put t4 mob from the opera house claim that they bad become boisterous unruly In the rear of the room show continued afterward but the peo plo expressed great Indignation over such conduct The citizens have termined to stand by the olllcera In enforcement of tho law Warrants disturbila sot for Saturday Much Interest l g felt IS the matter and It la hoped that If proved guilty their fine will bo oleawrong which IB aufllciently clear If oapUOaBy te special request and lora good and suf I flclent reason theIr names aro wIth- held This only an exception to rule to publish tbo news fully ns t request would bavo been granted to any ono under similar circumstances MT VERNON ImproveIIHugh Miller la having built a cottage In hotel yard for Judge Car and wile localitynnew formewPreacher vlllo baa coR calves have brought him 1350 securedQWashington This is a rook piece of injustice to Representative Roberts and other American citizens theIr awayIfregister In an Ohio village progressixra Mulllns was up from Livingston B Mulllns Is out on the road Dr Lewis was over from Wild Ie James feebleM here once a month Is 72 yenta old and tbo father of Ore sons all preachers o dise from this family Rev Ragas will eel ebrato his golden widdlng on April t cburchIItho t Metbodlsl people until they ore able to put up one of their own Hove wo grown more selfish after getting snore churches When we bad but one church building hero all denominations were privileged to use It The following postoniccs must have been named during war time Pistol pus Rifle Cannon Cannon Ball Pow der Mills Cap Lead Lance Ton hawk Bowie Battery Battle Ground Klllmore Flag Flagstaff Bayonet Shell Warrior California has Para dies and North Carolina Desolation Pennsylvania has Quay and Turnip hole D C Poynter has been allowed a patent on his Invention of a metal tip for vehicle spokes Tho invention con slstaof a piers of mewl two and hall to three Inches long tapering at the ends and made to width and thickness of felloe to which It is to be applied in its cooler U a sogkellnto which the spoko fits When a wheel1 is fitted up with these lips It Is claimed II has numerous advantages over others among them U that In summer time that the expansion of the tips will equalize that of that ire and prevents tlrys from coming oil McCORMACKS CHURCH Wm Moser bought of his brother John Moser of Klngsvllle a oleo young horse for 800 Mr John S McClure of Pules aged 87 years will make his homo with his daughters Mrs David Eubanks this place and Mrs Humphrey of Klanoy Miss Annlo Singleton of Wayncgburg is visiting ibo family Wm Mojer Uncle Sammie Helm tells ua that his nephew Pleasant Tucker of Pan vlllo has lost his only child Emma Cloyd aged four years His wife died a year ago which leaves him dear bereaved His many friends and re ttvcs In this section extend to him th heartfelt sympathy Wm Lunsford Is down with rheum tlsra Mrs Win Moser has been Liu ill but la Improving J D Bryan and son of tho Lyilo section paldy correspondent a lying visit the first andlagtho week Mrs Wra McCormack children of the Givens neighborhood vIsited her lather David Eubanks Sat urdoy and Sunday From a Western Colorado pottlmaa tor to the department at Waebtago- Pies except my resonation of p m govnment at this town I hot boon alacted j of tho pease school commla IDel said duties proventln mo from blten oil more than I can chaw by trio to kill Ihrcoblrds with 1 slun trtogbee Georgianctaking oil Is not stated we may reason ably later that death was duo to LouisvilleboGun Davis of Porto Rico has tboasked for 500 tons of rice codfish sad bacon for the relief of the Buffering People Ho also suggests that if hato could employ about 25000 men on pi u Ho works for three months tho diet saeof could be tided over Tho Mississippi Senate has passed putt mob law taking away the oft from a man who lets the prisoner lynched MATRIMONIAL MATTERS hoJohn Pitmant nd Miss Janie Bunch were married yesterday at Lctcbcr Buncbs Lewis Button of Garrard and Miss Belle Coffaian of Nicbolasvllle were married in Danville Tuesday Ed Coffman and Miss Maggie Blank eneblp were made ono by Judge J P Tuesdaytewas to Alnley Dlnkeps a 17 year old gIrl at fourthlthe ceremony Mrs Tlboraafl Dorsoy of Louisville twho burled a man supposed to be her husband last November received a let to r Inclosing a money order from him Bole In Lincoln Neb Thomas C Yeuger who used to be In the livery business here will be married April 4tb lo Miss Hattie Yeagerheplace BY Invitation of Mrs Joe Coffey a reporter of the INTERIOR JOURNAL witnessed the marriage at the Veranda Hotel yesterday other niece Miss Ma DllckIvery Impressive ceremony Miss Ballard la a splendid specimen of woman hood being finely formed and comely CaptTom groomIgKentucky Central with hid home a CovIngton and Is eald to bo a very andbColIeyledwas greatly enjoyed POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Georgia republicans favor Gov Brad ley for vice president Congressman Harmer of Pblladel phla who was serving his Ulh term ildied Tuesday Judge Brown refused to abdicate In favor of John Henry Wilson and tbo matter will be laken to the courts The nasty Louisville Dispatch Ilk all other republican papers want 0 see Harbcson defeated In the race for Senator In Kenton county To hades with such papers Representative Uqderwood of Alabama was appointed to tbo vacancy on thocommlltcaon ways and moans which It was understood was original ly reserved for Gen Joseph Wheeler had ho returned to Congress Gov Benton McMIHIn of Tennessee hoe announced his candidacy for re election to that otllco From lee re marks in n speech at Pulaski tbo in bronco was drawn that be would also be n candidate for Senator at the prop er time NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Ma L M Drye of Lebanon has commankl W R Vaughan late of Danville theMC80 years ofdladeuddoalyatlerrgvllle Ho leaves a widow and two children tokefor services as soldier during the civil war f telatealairmove expects to called to London sonitsCollegeoan hU man out schools at Barbourvillc have closed because of the existence ot smallpox In that town The health gatherloge PREACHERSofRev T F Wa subscription for the proposed Presbyterian parsonage now amounts to 8530 b0Adair News Rev J T Backer who baa been pas tor of the Perryvllle Presbyterian church for years will preach his fare ladwell sermon Sunday A Mormon preacher at Jacksonville Fla who asserted In a sermon that Southern women haye no virtue was promptly knocked down by the nearest upIIoSunday morning by aunanlmous voto of both congregations the two Chris tan churches in Glasgow which have been apart for nearly 10 years decided unite in ono body again sod to hereafter be known as the Christian Church Glasgow Times VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS lOTInlug cudrorerSomaUlcersBOIL Felon ornl hppedb0a Cure guaranteed Sold l r 1ennjr Drugglit Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark Ncw Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 6941971778 Liabilities 6184070724 Surplus 562569322 The Beef Pollcvj The Best applicatlcalloDR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky 3TKcferencc8 Our Policy Holders WarStillOn I Anti we will carry it far into the very heart of the Market with a Big Stock of SPRING GOODS i We will have the Nobbiest line of Clothing and Furnishings And Hats Ac ever seen In Danville at prices to please Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frobman Co Miller Hirsch Danville A C SNECO- NTRACTOR a BUILDER j STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attestled by any one of the many yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressedIooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooob to o xQ1 g 0 0- g DRUGGIST STANFORD g 0OPERAHOUSE BLOCK g gg0Special Attention Given to tbo Compounding of Presclptlons Sclontlflcally go and with Care 0 0Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g Tclophoneoonnnnnnnnnnnnnnmm 0 nnonnnnnnnnnnnnn Vr YrTOV o == = = = = = rI JOB LOTS I m LThe season is about over nnd we have 4 hOTS Qf STUFFi t You can aftbrd tots at the prices made Lot of Ladies Shoes worth from 150 to 3 sir II goodi t years libroad toes 15 e- tsMENS FINE SHOES iJ Latest stylo toes leather lined heavy BoIeBj 150 Heavy Boots solid as a 1 H J MR rock125Wi s yo iBI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR p 1900 W P WALTON i SIX PAGES WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO THE MONEY Each days report from Frankfort contains a statement that Auditor Coul- ter the democratic incumbent of that office IB In dally receipt of public revenue Ordinarily this would not bo considered an Interesting Item of ne- At this juncture of affairs a payment of revenue to Auditor Coulter or oxAudi tor Sweeney may Indicate mere partlean feeling or It may Indicate a purpose to comply wltbthe law There ire per baps some officers who are withholding revenue because of honest doubt of duty There are likely a greater num berwho are withholding because they dont know how the cat is going to jump and are therefore afraid to take the responsibility of decision To these i two classesthe honest and the appre hensive a few plain wordy The IN TERIOR 4pCRNAL to not a law journal nor Is Its editor a lawyer In his de prayer mood ho wishes he was but mostly he Is glad that be Isnt He does not however think that It takes much of a lawyer to see that the cat has already Jumped or In other worduthat l no public officer Is sate In paylug to anyone but Coulter that no public officer complies with his official duty who refuses or falls to pay to Coulter The Reason When the State can vasslng board gave Mr Sweeney his certificate of election It acted only on the face of the returns Its action was limited to the ascertainment by the simple process of addition and sub traction of a mathematical fact It- t had no power to Investigate and did not Investigate or decide any charge of election frauds Irregularity With but little more than the automatic power of a counting machine It Issued to Mr Sweeney a certificate of election On thiscertlflcato Mr Sweeney quail i tied as auditor It gave to him what Is called a prima facie right to hold the office This does not mean a conulu J r slue right It Is a right which may be assailed or disputed It holds good oply until a better right Is shown in someone else How is this better right to be shown What processes are to be gone through with to make it ap c pear What tribunal Is to decide the epntroversary between him who has the prima facie right and him who claims the better right Everybody now knows the answers to these qucs tlons A contest must be made testi moray must be heard and the contest board must decide Coulter made the contest the proof was taken and the board decided that Sweeneys prima facto right must yield to Coulters bet ter right Now let be kept In mind that the act of the Legislature which created the canvassing boardwhich gave Mr Sweeney his certificate Is the same act which created the contest board which decided that Sweeney was entitled to the certificate and that jnot act has been held by the court oft a to be constitutional Let it also be kept in mind that the court of appeals has also decided that the persons who compose the contest board are rightfully in office Now when Mr Sweeney was Inducted into J office on hlLncro certificate of election it instantly ecame his right and duty to demand and receive the revenue of t tho State from its collecting officers ftTbe revenue was properly paid to him and was properly disbursed by the- treasurer on his warrant No collect Lug officer could be required In any state of case to make these payments agars It matters not how faulty in I law or fact may have been Mr Swee neys title to the office be bad the prima facie right until the contest board acted Now that this board has Coulterreasonable disputation tbat he has theI right to receive the revenue until some tribunal authorized by law to adjudicate the question shall decide against- his right as awarded by tbo contest board We democrats contend thatI there is no such trlbnal known to t- heflaw that the decision of the contest rd is final We do not know the of tho republicans on this point whether they will look beyond the board to the courts f r to the mili a tia But It does not matter The fact remains that a tribunal higher In pdw or and authority than the canvassing board has decided for Coulter and eo i long as tho action of this tribunal la Un- disputeda by any higher tribunal it must be confessed that Coulter is at least as much the auditor as Sweeney was on certificateAU officers who paid rev enue to Sweeney are protected in that payment because up to a certain time one had shown a better right to the 1no than ho Upon precisely the same principle and by the same line of rea soning every collecting plllcer who pays to coulter until Some tribunal higher than the contest board decides against his claim will be protected In his paymentand this Is true even r i though Coulter shall lu the sequel of this vexatious dispute be ejected from the office s THE LATEST REWARD COMMISSION PRORATES AMOUNT MAJORITY Itf CONGRESS AND PRESI DENT IN FULL ACCORD LOUISVILLE Mar Oth 0 A IThe reward commission organized with Gen Lewis chairman and 2000 of fered for each principal or accessory if number exceeds 10 850000 tq be pro rated 825000 to be used for tracing claws and other 825000 held as reserve fundMembdre of cabinet defined McKln leys Porto Rican tariff attitude and say it is all a mistake about his change of front The president and Congress am In full accord and moved only by humanitarian principles C D TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL Is disconsolate and refuses to be comforted It usually bears Its ills uncomplainingly aDd tells Its troubles only to the police man Bet there aretimes whoa ft must speak out or explode That tlmo has arrived and we rite with due apologle i to state our grievance and If you have tears to shed prepare to shed them now or go out in the wood shed as the minstrel would say The Louisville Dispatch has cut us from its exchange list and that Is why wo weep When the Louisville Nashville cut us from its socalled free list and left us minus the coveted piece of paste board which editors so much delight to possess weI bore our attlictlon with becoming reslg nation and without complaint for we are ablebodied and healthy and canI walk But when the L N Dispatchj goes back on us we are at tho end our rope and would In our extremity fain use It to shuffio off our mortal coilt but for the fact that we want to live to seo Beckham make the greatest goy ernor Kentucky ever hill and see the Dispatch whipped and scourged by de mocracy come out in Its real colors against Bryan and everything democratic ALL the amendments offered for the purpose of destroying the efficacy of the McChord railroad antiextortion bill were voted down and after a notat do struggle It was passed to its original shape 56 to 43 Klalr Armstrong and rider voting with tho republicans and Orr leaving the hall to dodge the Issue Besides the need for such a measure Itl had been incorporated in the demo ratic platform and Its adoption is therefore doubly gratifying to all dem ocrats The L tc N lobby worked liket Trojans with Us millions and other means known to those who over attend ed a eeasldn of the Legislature but not many If any of the present democratic members of the are for sale and it profited it nothingrl No man in Kentucky has raised him self higher In the estimation of demo crats and other honest men than has Speaker South Trimble of the low er house of the Kentucky Legislature His leadership of the body during tho most exciting and perilous session ever known in the Suite has been firm de termined and superb stamping him as man of courage and nerve and a states man of decided ability He is a young man but bo is a very bright and brainy one and his name will alwavs bo link ed with the history of thq State as one of Its cblcflesi saviors in the hour of Its greatest peril Go up higher Speaker Trimble you eminently deserve to THERE had been somo misgivings about the position of Senator Triplett of Davlcsa but be rose to the require ments of the occasion when he saw how Taylor was still bent on overrid ing law and order and Ignoring the courts His resolution to appropriate 8100000 to equip men to force the usurped to give up military supplies wrongly held and moved shows ho is all right and that there should beI really three of IndlI cateR instead ot oneITHE Louisville Commercial has pass into trio hands of nj number of re publicans Including John W Yerkes W S Taylor W J Deboo and Marshal A D James and will he even more hide bound and Intensely partisan than over Roland B Gelatt a graduate of the Mark Hanna school of socalled statosmcp will continue to be editor inchief but hejwlll not make any more such breaks as caused the leaders to repudiate his utterances recently THE mdeting held at Louisville to protcllt a alnst the disfranchisement of tbo city was composed of republicans and sore headed democrats and al though largely attended the whole thing smacked so much of the fact tbat the political trust was pulling the string that but little Importance attaches to it It was entirely too cut and dried THE latest suggestion is for Taylor to be temporary chairman of the National convention but those who made it are evidently counting without their hosts Taylor may be in jail then for complicity In the assassination of his political enemy i I TT Z Z THE RIchmond RcglBtor is 35 years old and Is as wild aa the name of its editor i rwreliuw Frankfort and the Legislature Senator Trlpleti 8100000 bill was defeated 15 to 5 Gov Bcqkhatn will likely call an extra session of the Legislature In May The House by a strict party vote killed the Haswell bill to repeal the Goebol laweThe Uouso passed the Senate bill In creasing to 5000 tho annual appropriation for the State Board of Health The Senate passed the Cronshaw School Book bill similar In its provis ion to the China bill of last se8 lonI The Senate comiulttqp on Foreign Relations wishes to pay oxQueen Lll luokalani 20000 cash and 10000 a year for life The Senate made It a felony punish j able with 10 to 20 years In the peniten tlary to try to hold of lee as taylor and his crowd aro doing Jud Graham the Frankfort underI taker who embalmed Gov Goeboldlcd from the effects of a cold contracted while attending his burial Ownlrs of brood mares pro talklnI about breeding and It Is time stallion owners were figuring on advertising Something brought Taylor to his sense and ho ordered the shipment of military supplies to London to cease besides having unloaded from tho cars those ready to leave It Is charged that Republican Usurp er l3urk opened and answered a letter sent by Charles Williams of Laurel county to Supt of Pjibllo Schools Mc Chcsney and no may have to suffer for It Senator Ferris presented a new school book bill which provides for county uniformity and tho books to bo bought from tho lowest and best bidder It Is the bill prepared by the State Teachers Association The GoebelTaylor and Beckhora Marshall contest boards have finished their work work The total cost was aboutS15000 The republican witness claims amount to 39400 and the demo cratlo 81 700 Over 811000 will have to be paid by Messrs Taylor and Mar shall The States part Is 2000 The Roberts local option bill was dc feated In the Senate 12 to 8 Senator Farrfa In voting against It said he had always been a temperance man and voted against whisky but when ha got o Frankfort and found that the same men who fought Goebel were fighting for this bill be decided to vote against It Harlan Wblttakcr was held without all for the murder of Gov Goebel Its is not certain that ho fired the shotbut f the testimony showed that ho is cog nizant of tho facts in connection with he assassination It Is claimed that tho day before it occurred tie sent this telegram to a man In Butler county The mule will cross the stream between 10 and 12 tomorrow Col Jack China bas entered suit for damages against Mrs Kate Banta of Frankfort for 23000 for her libellous declaration that she saw him shoot Gov Goebel Judge Pryor and James Andrew Scott are his attorneys He will n also sue the Louisville Dispatch and New York World for publishing the storyMrs SatTel has since made an abject and complete denial that silo ever saw Col Cblnn shot Goebel and says that pony statement aho may have made was without foundation and utterly untrue BRIEF NEWS NOTATION The railroads will pay the city of Loulsvflle 83816055 for municipal taxes There are now 70 inmates In tho Houses of Reform and the number is constantly Increasing- A man Is under arrest at Salem Tenn for killing his mother and moth erInlaw In Indiana 20 years ago- A freight train crashed into a train carrying 400 miners at Brazil Ind Two men wero killed and many seriously injuredDr L Bass a female specialist of Bowling Green has eloped with a wean who followcdhlm to that place leaving a sick wife Adjt Gen Corbin turned over 898 43207 to the widdw of Gen Lawton the money being the fund raised by popular subscription- A Western Kentucky youth Is want ed for attempting to poison a Method ist preacher proved John him in churchIyearold daughter were death In a Are which destroyed their homo at Chaffina Bluff Va An explosion occurred In tho Red Ash Coal Mines 30 miles from Charles ton W Va Tuesday entombing 1At men 37 of whom were killed John W Kremer of Loulsvflle who killed his wife in 1895 and was sent to for Ilfot IIItain detective was killed by Will St John in a blind tiger in Powell county James Ford who was with him wasI also killed John Martin was Instantly killed by a live electric wlro at Boston In his pocket was i letter from his mother irglng him to be ready for death which might steal upon him like a thief in the night The Island of Morrel in latitude 29 degrees 51 minutes north longitude 174 green 31 minutes east has disappear ed The array transport Grant sailed qver the spot mentioned on all charts but found no trace of land LAND AND TOCK Eight shoats for sale Craig ft Hockcr Cotton has advanced 812 50 a bale since Fob 21 Sunol 2OSi may be sent to break the bike record- J A Duddcrar sold lo a Missouri party a jack for 8135 Levi Myers sold to M S Baughman combined maro for 875 F P Tuttle bought In Pulaakl 30 heifers and steers at 3Jc Bentley Bros sold to J L Jordon of Atlanta a brown mare for 8115 J C Bailey sold to J W Jordan of Atlanta a sorrel mare for 8130 James McCarty bought In Casey and Adair a bunch of hogs at 3i to 3ic Bottom Robinson of Boyle bought cattle in Cumberland county at 4c Milt Young told Alccdo a three yearold by Imp Eaher for 81000 M S Baughman sold to J W Jor of Atlanta a Naboth colt for 8120 M S Baughman refused 81SO for n Nabothgeldlne offered by a Lexington party Flying Fox winner of the 1890 Deri y at London sold at auction to Edroood Blanc for 8100000 W A Penn and Clay Bottom of Brumfield had five cattle killed by a straw stack falling on hem G A Swlnebroad writes that he will have 37 extra good long yearling eteert1- on the market hero Monday Geraldine holder of the worlds rae lag record for halt a mile died at the Spicqkles stock farm in California this weekA o crowd attended E P Paul toners jack sale at Danville Wednes day and good prices were realized One good one brought 8150 and a number sold almost as high MULES TO WoniI bare n lot of good strong young mules that I win let out to be wprked until Aug 1 Ap ply to E WuLeo OQ the Gran Cecil farm on Salt river Boylo county Jones Baughmao rot ttto West End hat bought of Will Rout his partner his half Interest in about 50 acres of hemp for 8800 the brakes thrown in Mr Rout is directing hit entire attention to the timber business The Register says there wero about 1000 cattle on the Richmond market Monday 750 of which told at 3 to Sc Good feeders were In demand Tbo mule market was brisk many telling at i0 to 8125 Dr Perry sold a gelding 8250A in a Pennsylvania town on a recent Sunday surprised his Audience by reading the following announcement from tho pulpit The regular session of the Donkey club will be held as usual nfter the service Mem hen will line up just outside the church door mnke remarks and stare at tho ladles who pass as Is their c s torn Any member known to escort a lady to church like n man and tit with her like gentleman will be promptly expelled from membership The effect was marvelous Progressive dinner appear to be popular in some parta of the west A recent one In Janesvlllc Vila is thus described At a dinner of six courses in honor of a bride and groom one course was served at each of six house Tho first house the party of 16 ate ome oysters put on their wraps and started for the soup house half n mile away After they were filled with aoup and conversation they went to the fiih place and soon to the end In the course of an indignant Per sonal in the Atchison Globe Mrs P says Mr IIs mistaken Instating that I have left ills bed and board for he never furnished them As to his warning about credit If he ever had any I never discovered ft in the IS years I lived with him The North Carolina supreme court has sustained a decision rendered in Burke county imposing 1000 fine on the Southern railway for giving n free pans to a doorkeeper of the legislature In 1807 A New York girl jilted n man the other day and ho retaliated by mnr rying her mother Some men will go to nVmoBt any lengths for rsventrc PUBLIC SALE fi RENTING laying decided to quit housekeeping I will on Wednesday Mar21190Om- y home In the town ol Crab Orrhinl rent to the highest blddrrlf Dot privately rented Irore for the reratln Jor ot Hie irn nt year my rwldenre Iand IS acres of lint clsss land The contain room together with all ntfccssary outbuilding There a ipl in JM well of water at the door and on the premise are two goo l springs and two lands The property adjoins the e of Crab Urchad Springs At tbe same time and place I will sel- lLarge Pair Work Males Sorrel faro 2 Milk Cows Lot Farming Implements Consisting In part of 4 Mowing Mxchlnn 2 Iliad Hay Corn Sheller cutting ltakeiI 17au 2 Ufwe Imperial Prow or 6 tioubie end Shingle Mborel Plow a 2Hone Vagons I Walon I hack Hoard Hay Frame Household and Kitchen Furniture In great abundance Including one llcfrlgrrator- l rsons wishing to rent cart examine ami rent before lay of sale Tfmld OF SMnThe will la rented for cub or note equivalent to cub The pcrmna property will sold as follower AH sum of cub In hand over that amount a crodl of six month NoU Iwarlng Intereit with goo lurel notlaLle and payable In ttank will reo rod of the purchaser WM 8TUAIIT J P CJlANIJIEIIAuclloneer Room I ROOffi J We Must Have It glance at our stock will show you that every inch of available pace It occupied Our buyers have bought heavily ROIl tho shipments are arriving dally There is but one way out of the dilemma You know whatthat mtlnlafi that we must sell enough goods each day to wake space for what arrives the following day This wo know cannot be done without offering considerable Inducements In the way of bargains So here are ItoouiM- nkmROOMMAKER NO 1 Two solid of Stsndanl PercalesThey are bright neW Spring goods Just arrhclfvestoonley They i oraII12ciwce got runt- than we waut you can have em at S- cROOMMAKER NO 2 We have about 30 dozen childrens lleavylltbbeil Hoie5c quality These wilt go in 3 dot lots only asforttd sizes nt lOc per pair ROOMMAKER NO 3 Apron check Ginghams that everybody OM in town icllfl at Cc Got em from us attic ROOMMAKER NO4 A lot of blue mixed wool Sox regular price 25c take em at 12c ROOMMAKER NO 5 100 Pieces of Fancy Calico at 4c Notion RoomMakers Oood Size Turkish Hath Towels only 16c per pair IGIn Linen Crash 6c 1 dozen Pearl Buttons 6c 2 Curds of Looks and Eyes Sc 5 Spools John Clarks Thread lOc Ladies Black lose only 5c Ladle extra heavy Black lose 8c White Pd Spread SOc Three jaril Lace Curtains 43c Shoe RoomMakers 1 Lot of Ladles Kid Shoes only 50c 1 Lot of fine Dongola KM Shoes for Ladles In shla l Not only 680 Ladles fine Patent Tip Shoes lace or button only OSc all Xos Mens tine ShOts OSc to 15 Mens Buckle Plow Shovs only 76c Lot of Childrens Shots Ida ol and 2 1 Lot of Children Shoes 2 to J only 28o If you need a Suit or kid Pnnts for Merit Boys or Children wo can eavoyou25 percent on anything In thllllnC Give us your measure for Shirts made to order and J et In the leng list of Customer that are wearing tho Whlto Swan Shirt the best made LollISV LLESTORE I Salinger Bros ProsJTJ10S D HAXEY Maneger NewArticles r Added To Ojr Stick A NEW RANGECov- ered with Aluminum See It before buying any ollrr The Dewey SelMa ting Roaster And Baker The Condenser hay tbe Fowl batting thoroughly dnrlng entire time It Is routing A new combined extension Step Ladder the hestllndder on the market Higgins Be McKinney ELC gSY Bucher Gibbs Avery And Vulcan Three of the best plows made Farmers are cordially Invited to call in and exam ino them Full line of Buggies CarrlSKcs Wagons tc W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL 1 Assists ftio Liver Nature will do the Holt THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and yearshasCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness OhroniccHeadache y And the great majority of aliments caused by n Torpid Liver DOES NOT NAUSEATE OH GRIPE IfBut acts gently on the liver 25 doses In u box for 25c Try It once and you will never be without It UForSalohy yiB McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Kyw The NEW cr SEe YAeDJ A ALLEN CO Contractors and Builders Stanford havo opened up a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street opposlto Dr L ii Wowill krcp on all kinds of Ilullillng Material such ns Doors Snsh lFloorkYellow Pine Caning and Base Corner Illocks those flock Spindles Turn Column Oablo Scroll und Fancy Shingles different size In holdingLaths Stool tooling and will also keep on sand all kinds of Itnuch lumber Wlro Fence loat and Jn fact everything that Is kept to a Brstclass Lumber Yard Call and see us It wilt be to your advantage J A AILEN A COy aa e IInthese days Oen Gordon once dllUthe race la for honors not rrpraiseailmot hopeless among us must admit that If true there are exception In i New York a few weeks ngo Miss Min nie Bwarta while out seeking work for the support of her younger brother and sisters came uponA great fire and learned that a number of firemen had Just been disable She ran too neigh boring grocery bought a gallon of milk had It heated and carried It to the exhausted firemen Then she assisted the physician to retire those who were overcome by smoke She climbed n fence and with An nx made an open ing for tbo men to drag In their hose and then discovering two wounded firemen slipping Into a waterfilled cel lar she held them each by a leg till help came and she hereelf way faint and exhausted The fire commissioner learning of the Important assistance of this 18yearold heroine Invited her to call at his office In a heartfelt little speech he presented her In the name of the grateful department with a purse stuffed with bank notes Tears came to the girls eyes but she put aside the purse She was deeply touched and grateful but she could not take money for doing what was her duty and a prlrllegeaswell And In this resolve she has ever since persisted It Is said by spectators at the fire that while Miss Swarts worked so valiantly for hours scores of able bodied men stood outside the fire llnes curiously looking on A quick eye to ice where one may be useful an ability to act wisely in an emergency and sturdy refusol to be paid for It these are refreshing attributes In either man or woman and lift the hum blest life out of the commonplsce A greater rush than ever to Alaska Is Indicated this season but mainly to terrlAtory n ae aw AluleIon cty L Inclined to migrate to Nome and arrangements have been made to transfer Its largest theater down the Yukon to the new rrnahore diggings In the last two years prospectors have been looking orcr the agricultural resources of the territory and ore convinced that they are about the same us those of Knrope In the latitude of Finland a region that raises rye and barley for ex port All the common vegetable have been raised In noul boast Alaska Wheat leas been Harvested there and grate Is abundant and nutritious Ex cellent wild fruits are found Includ lag raspberries and two kinds of currant The hardier vegetables have boon grown as far north as Dawson Some Investigators report that Alaska In time will mainly produce Its own fcod supply Complaints of the chronicle of hor rots with which the press or a purl of It terms In this day nnd laud lire perhaps well founded but they are not new In one of tha oarllent Amor lean paper printed before Franklin began his editorial career an apology for lack of good news was based on the ground that tilt Hngllsh prints were generally stuflt with Ilubbcrlea Clients fires Murders Ilnnkmptcloe Promotions of sonic and Hanging of others That was n cantury and threequarters ago If wo arc no better than lit those days we are assured ly no worse A physician nt the meeting of the Jefferson County fS Y Medical sir clety recently made the statement that tho decrease o compensation of physicians In recent years Is duo to tht fact of the study Of preventive medicine by tho profession and the advancement of opular hygiene hav ing so decreased the amount of Ill- nessr He thought that the Improve t meat of health In the community was likely to bo progressive The society was of tho doctors way of thinking for IJ warmly applauded his address and tendered him n vote of thanks Some three or four years ago n wealthy man of Chicago told n young woman that ho would provide for life for n prfitego of hers n helpless man 1if she would collect n million pottage stamps She had just done so but In the meanwhile tho helpless man hna not only recovered his health bullion r made a fortune of a quarter of a mil lion while the young womans parents nave died and left her in straitened circumstances f Wu Ting Fang is the first Chinese minister to America able to converse 1in English He has been Interviewed t n reporter concerning his opinion of American women and being as yet a stranger to the particular brand of diplomacy needed In such cases he i said that gentleness Is not an Amen can quality and that he prefers the k women of China to those of this coun try Recent reports say that interested parties In Hawaii have rondo such In roads Into the public land of that country since annexation that even Gen Corbin cries out in his annual re port Vilat tho United States must hustle to secure land enough for military nnd naval purposes Writing exports soy that otgrry can usually bo detected becauec tto imitator line certain characteristics of q his own of which he Is not aware 7 Net Bribery of Coarse Were you ever bribed asked the constituent Never replied the Montana lop lator emphatically No one ever baa- dared to even offer me money for my voteIm glad to hear you say that said the constituent Of douse went on the legislator some one occasionally leaves a few thousand dollars In my room or slips a little money Into my pocket but no one would have the hardihood to hand me anything Chicago Post Yoolhfal ralrlotlam There Is a small boy at Islington whose father Is a Frenchman but who himself was born In England and has lived there all hiss life Consequently he considers himself to be an English man He has recently gone to school and has been taking his first lessons In English history The other night he looked up from his book musingly and said to his fathers Papa we licked you awfully at the battle of Waterloo didnt weTftD- lts Not em BsoopdoB Little NIeceDo you Nt tobacco Uncle Wayback No I only chew it Wata the use of chawin anything If you dont eat IU 11 dunno Seems to me grows peoples never know why they do halt the things the- 1doN Y iViceklyrreedat First Senator It seems this sew member paid 500000 for his seatl It would be a dangerous precedent to ac cept his credentials Second SenatorDecldedlyl We ean not afford to countenance any such ex tortionate price aa that Detroit Jour- naL Wonldal U Obvtlxale Woo come ter tell yer pardoer announced the spokesman of the rig lance committee that every cuss in town cepln yourself has agreed that Its time fer yer tcr light out Kf thats the ease gents replied the facetious bad man Ill move tcr make It unanimous Philadelphia Record Store Likely Mrs Klnilhcnrt A poor tramp came here today who said he had been blown up by dynamite and lived to tell the story I gave him a dinner nnd some of your old clothes tier Husband am afraid ray dear tint he deceived you lie probably tells the story to IIfcN1 Journal ut a Mucoeai I tried my poem on a dogair as you adviscdsaid the poet SSehIsaid the editor what was the result I was arrested by an officer of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Harlem Life Saner narlnMany a joune swell gracdly got up With the ladles makes a bit He wears a three Inch standup collar With no shirt hanging on to It AJly Sloper FIT Volt A lliailiit UrilKltlX Vicar Your daughters ought to do this hoary washing Hetty you are too old for such work now- NattyAlt und other work too sir I ought to bo only for ornament at my the Iurixxe A woman whistled at a car It stopped with sudden jerk Her whistle wss a failure but Her face got in Its work Chicago Dally News Old Aristocrats Mrs llcaconstrect of OllonDo your new neighbors belong to the new lyrich class Mrs Porkcnlard of Chicago Dear me nol Theyve had money for over six utonthsJudgeIII I dont care for your poem Tho Song of the Lark remarked the ed itor The poet sighed wearilyr To tell tho truth be replied I heniDvmestlo Troubles Mistress Why did you get steak for breakfast when I told you to order pork chops Now kShurc maam 01 nicer eat pork at all at all Chicago Dally News Sue tts Too Inquisitive Castlctou Wasnt your engagement with Miss Splicer broken oft rather suddenly Clinker Yes She Insisted upon knowftig what my intentions were Town Topics Tb Old Fallback If wae hod th same wither al ways said the Janitor philosopher thord bo a lot av people who wudut know phwat to talk about Chicago Dally News The Cat Did the Hast Mother Stop pulling the eats tall ReggioReggleI alai pullin Itl Im Jcs1 holdln it Syracuse Herald Low RATES TO Tilt NORTHWEST TIcjcU will bo told by the Monon route from Louisville to point ii Ari zona BritIsh Columbia Colorado Ida 00 Iowa Manitoba Michigan Minnesota Montana Nebraska Nw Moxlco North and South Dakota Utah Washington Wiecunblu and VumlnK und return ut ono fore for tin ruuiiU trip Illu2 on Ji n 16th Fb Ottand 20ib Mar Oth and iOHi und April lid und 17th Half ratu for children between live and ll Inclusive Tickets good 21 days returning Full parilculara of your local ticket HKUUI or ont i fully furnUhuJ with maps und tulieduleu ny- E 11 Bacon D P A Loulaville Ky STORY OF A SLAVE To be btxinJ bead and nut for ysrr tic chilnioFdlKvMli tbun tune of livery Oeo n Wllllinu of Msackuler Mich tell how such lave wo made llw lie es J Mywife Isea to hripiw fur he ara that she could not turn ovrluladaloes Aftertutnatwolutthr uf Electric Itlttrnhla wonderfully IraprornS wad bla lo do her work 1hla supreme rrmrJi fur fc1Dle dUrawi rune nerruuants siM- pitMwMruetMIo1FbMdachbatkscie f Iniluft ludldo UkOxlMDU to weak ilckl too down pupir Enr l ururautwd Oaly 6J eente Mod 1r Icony Viugn Tberu seems to be very llttlu rbme or reason In the ralatlvu tx sltlnu of cattle hot and sheep values While bogs era tl blither than a year ago beep fully 11 Ulgner and lambll 12 blirber tbe bulk of tho beef cattle ate now nil tU S125 locr than they were tbo 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Chattanooga Co Chat tanooga Tenn- LIRLOQISAEALEofTegerson an aarst When I first took Wine ol Cudd we been married tone rears but could not hne any children Nine aootha later I had a one sM baby Y OUR 6LORIOUS COUNTRY you watched its marvelous Pgrowth1 If notThe Weekly En t quirer wants to study the strides it Has Unitedrsucceeding ten years The re isuIthas been as follows lYear Population f 7J39881 I 1820 9633822 1830 12880020 1840 11059453 t 1850 23191870 Year Population 1860 31443321 1870 38558371 1880 50155783 189062B22aSO Here you have the figures oft a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States recent acquisitions The result is usually yearrtr to engage all in a study of their coun try To this end itwill distribute i cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows lhefrstnearesttnrrectgneisreteived300000To To thethird 75000 To the tourth 50000 To the Alhc 25000 To the sixth 20000 Toth seventh 15000 To the seat 10 each Gloo amostliag to 100000- To the otztSO each 560 amounting to 250000 To the next 100 talk 525 aawastizgb 250000 To the next each 10 amoastingto 500000- To the next 1530 each 5 amounting to 765000 2197 cash preterits amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di videdI Every guess on the above proposi tion must be accompanied by a years subscription ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER This contest will dose a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the i Director of Census at Washington D C 4Subscription price for the WEEKLY guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and f 01eleven guesses for 1000 For full see WEEKLY ENQUIRER Send all orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio r I Stanford by XOT7XSVXLZJD CO1ITrains Moruing and Evening front Un IDfiatlon 10th and Broadway it Passengers desiring Information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska 1ifomlelehould address far West including Cat Frank J Reed Gen PASS Agt E H Bacon Dis Pass Ag W H McDoel VicoPres Gen Mnr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr AND AFTER Dl Julia Tnltl Blihop- W1 W JR W Iff TliE Woman in White had passed through n most triumphant day and was weary She toneti her hat ton bed her gloves and Ian to a chair and she herself dropped into the great wit low rockera nines of fluffy white draperies her ileerltke head with it crown of redbrown hair lifted ahoy the foam The Vomnn in White hall been younger but she had never before been so beautiful Because she had won him and l 4 cause she had no to him De cause he had once scorned nail iloutrd her anti hall passed her with his wlfu on his arm and n look of cold contempt In his eyesand because now he had followed her for days and days antI she had madojihn sue for n kind word from herher scorned und de spised Because slio had laughed in his face balied and lured him until he hail thrown tojhtr hinds his decent life andall the longyears ot uri rightness and the position among men for which he had struggled and wan reedy tofoUowherto the worlds end- AncIbecauee he was thpne man whbsu scorn hadcut deep tshe caJJcil hersoulr 0 the radiant thing in the mirror and laughed and turned the flashing bracelet about and around on her wrlstnndn something almost woinanlj came Into her face as sho realized that it was not the diamonds she cared for no she would have lov a a ribbon it he had given it to her with that look on his face rind would bavekasedIt as she did this With a passionate delight And the Woman in Graf standing In the door saw her kissing the bracelet May I talk with you a low min utes asked the Woman in Gray anti the Woman in White say her reflection in the mirror What she saw was a slender grayclad woman wjth a pale face and dark eyes with darkerI shadows under them and brown hair that was beginning to whiten with eprjy The trostIly at smiled I dont know what my servants can be thinking of she said without turn ing I really have nothing for you my good woman Perhaps it you go down some of my people will show row the way out But I must see you for a little while said the Woman in Gray put ting aside the insult and coming slow ly nearer and there was a deadly still ness about her as she drew a chair for ward and eat down in it Then they looked at each otherthe Woman in Gray and the Woman in White I think perhaps you know me said the Woman In Gray No doubt people nave pointed me out to you as the wife ofofThey have said the Woman in White haughtily taking up a steel pa per knife from the table near at hand and playing with it To what do 1 owe the honor of this visit The Woman In Gray looked at the paper knife and smiled wearily You mistake me she said Some women might have thought of thatbut you will live Sect tomorrow i go upon a long journey and I knew that 1 must see you face to face before I went What possible interest can I have in your plans for traveling cried tha Woman in White contemptuously Pray consult your dressmaker in stead and tell let for me that she should be killed if she ever dresses you in gray again It is not becoming You are bitter said the Woman In Gray and we have so little time and we are so near the tragedies of both our lives A little while ago Iwa bitter against you too but now I am too sad to be very bitter I see how past remedy it Is I am not here to beg you to be merciful Even If you wished you couldnt give me back what I have lost Well you have had your chancel cried the Woman in White And you have lost it Who but yourself is to Wauie The Woman In White had thrown prudence to the winds with that speech and now rage and jealousy and insolent triumph were curiously blend ed in the beautiful fatand flushed in a red glow from the eyes- YeaI have lost it said the Wom an in Gray And having learned this post all doubt I would not try to keep him if I could I am going away and he shall live his life in peace I have merely come to Mk you what kind of life it is going to be The Woman in White threw herself back in her chair and raised her beau tiful arms above her head Ob you coldblooded woman aha cried clasping her hands above the shining con of her hair You icy wives that go your round of what you call duties and sew on buttons and hove good dinner aMd sit at the head of the table an interesting BB that Dresden shepherdess month alter month and year after year and then are shocked and outraged when he meets a fleshandblood Woman and loves her What kind of life will behave Why he will learn for the first time that he is alive What right have women like you to talk about love women who give a man up the first i time he looks another way Why I would make myself the most beautiful mad most attractive creature in the world to him sd that he could never even look at another woinari and then It he looked I would not go away and leave hlmI would kill him She clutched the paper knife In her right hand and lifted the left hand and kissed again the flashing circlet on the wrist The Woman in Gray looked at her and the sight was branded on her memo ory When she spoke again it was in lower tones Her eyes were fixed on a ringR loose loose ring that site was turning around oh her finger Perhaps we were mistaken about having loved each other she said nb tently us though she were talking to hermit We were both so young and co Ignorant We were married earlier than we had intended because my mother died and I was left alone and was such an unprotected child1 and so we were married nud wo agreed that we were to study together because we were both so nmblliousfor him Sad perhaps I couldnt have kept pace with him at my best but I hod to take in sewing to help him along so I hadnt muehUmenulln a little while he was away beyond mo I have never caught up with tint since but I have always gone on studying w that I wouldnt quite disgrace him wlien ho become a distinguished mon The Woman In Gray stopped to put n delicate anti tremulous hand to her throat When ho was studying law alto went on nresently leis eyes were troubling him and so I read aloud to him for many hours every day Some times I almost wished his eyes would fall n little moreo great deal more so that he could be more dependent on mefor I was very young and Ig norant then and you see thought I loved him The Woman in White did not speak She was sitting quite still aa though she were a marble woman And even away baclc at the first the Woman in Gray went on In that desolate cclfcommunlng when we were Ignorant boy sad girl together we hnd quite settled It with ourselves that be was to be a distinguished man We even made a little play of it telling one another that people would one day point out with pride the poor little house where we had lived and where we had eo much trouble paying the lent and then we would laugh so mer rllyoh where has the laughter all gone And we went on looking for ward always to the day when he would bq famous and working and planning for itand 1 ohtoys pictured myself so proud so proud of his triumphs We coldblooded women feel very deep ly sometimes and think long thoughts And now ho has won the honors we dreamed otnnd tomorrow I am go- Ing on n long journeyl She slowly arose and the marble Woman in White taw for the first time that she hnd a little package In her thin hand I have something to leavewlth you said the Woman in Oran something to give you See it Is a little bundle of letters They are the letters of an- n t Mt Oil YOU COLD nn00D I WOMAN undeveloped and Ignorant boy to a poor little girl I have cherished them a long timebut I give them to you now because because they have already gone out of my life An hour afterward the Woman in White found that she had been alone for a long time and that the last of the poor little letters was open In her hand A withered rose had dropped from it and lay in her lap among the folds of Huffy white The ale was filled with the fragrance of the little old time rose which seemed to be part of the oldtime boyish love that was dead as the rose Once long ago in her life alao The radiant face of the Woman In White was pale and old and weary looping as she tied the letters in the packet again and laid this penciled line upon them Do not go on the long journey for I go on a journey of my own Then she slipped the bracelet into the vel Yet case and sealed and addressed it and called a servant to go on two er rand I am going away tonight jfihn she said as his foot hesitated on the stair Send Susan up to pack And then she stood in the middle of the room her head drooped pressing back something that tried to come to hereyesAnd now for new fields the said despairingly And the life i- nthanGlobe Democrat The Ro 4ilde Idea Hungry Uigglna What is these here progressive dinners the swell aristo crate is bavin Weary Walking Wy you git your soup at one place your fish at the next place your meat at the next plnee An dogbit at the next place Indianapolis Press Wild Oeeao of nneUon Bali was computed not long ago that not fewer than TMOOO wild geese are killed annually by the Indians of Hud Ron bay and not fewer than 1200000 of geese leave their breeding grounds by the Hudson bay at the beginning of winter for the south Where Daniel DIe Rrafa The resting place of Daniel Defoe Is in the heart of one of Londons busiest quarters about a quarter of a mile from the Bank of England Very Ably Defended Do you think your sister likes me FreddieYes She stood up for you at din nerStood up for mel Was anybody saying anything against meT No nothing much Father said ho thought you were rather a donkey but sis got up and said you werent and told father he ought to know bet ter than judge a tuna by his looks TitBits Inrentnl Diploma But what are your objections to the youngman naked the mother None answered the other half of the management of the young womnn Then why do you refuse Ills request for Ethels hand Only for the dear childs good If he have any spirit nt all ho will go ahead and marry her anyhow and If he dont she Iwelt rid of hhulmllnn apolis Press Two Vows Ive made but two great vows In all my 11re- tFIrd at the altar hUll took a wire The second when cased our mutual pain That I would never do the like main Judge Dnvuixa QDAUTIUS N Mr Uglymugg Do you know Mlsa Stopper 1 used to draw pretty well myself when I was a boy Miss Stopper Youd draw pretty well now in a museum Chicago In ter Ocean X Friendly SoaBcallon Life U really not worth living Said the pessimist with a shiver Old man the optimist replied Oo take something for your liver Chicago Dally News A Forced Acceptance Mr Aldermonn Young Ulkoller just asked me for Marys hand and I told him to take her and be happy Mrs Aldennann Oh John how could yu Mr Aldermann Confound It I had tol Tomorrow Is election and if Id kicked him out of the houso Id have lost his vote Judge The Illper Choice Aunt Prue Marry Fastina Why she has been engaged four or live times every season since she came outlDormyI know Itaunt to have been my wifes first love would of course be a satisfaction but to be her last in distinction Brooklyn Life In Good land Consumptive nt health resortSo you make a specialty of caring for in validsLnudladyYes Indeed I let out fur nlshed rooms my husband Is a doctor and I have a brother here In the un dertaking businessChicago later Ocean A Cold Day Mrs Do SlikeI wish to give a memorial of some kind to the church in memory of a relative What would you suggest Struggling PastorAeran appropriately decorated er new church furnace madam andnu few tons of conlS Y Weekly The Galllr Partner Tom Heres a paper offering a 25 prize for the best answer to the ques tion Why have I failed in bust ness Thats dead easy Dick Well why did you fall Tom Because I had a partner Tovn Topics Wauled the Call Repealed Employer to collectorSee Mr OwenCollector0 yea Employer Was he annoyed at your calling upon him Collector Not a bit He asked me to call again Ohio State Journal DopllaUlIafter tho dinner yourself my dear You know the Guttletons are coming Mrs Potwll But if I do theyll be sure to want to come again Brook lyn Life Poiltiv Proof Hogan Do you behave in dreams MikeDuganFaith an I dot Lasht night I dremt I was awake an in the morning me dream kem throe Princeton Tiger UK Was eImoolh- lies a Very smooth man they sold with conviction Nor were they in error In the matter for he had just had a clean baveChl cago Post Of the flame Mlad The Artist My dear fellow I paint- a picture in two days and think noth ing of it The FriendI amof your opinion Brooklyn Life No Meed to Listen Mr De Loud I have or called sir about er about your daughter sir Will youerUsten to my lulU Old Gentleman Huh I could hear that IUItR block ofltN Y Weekly THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This U now the mt up to III MH ry Ut Central Kentucky having Ikon ft l ccnlly equipped with the marvelous AnMllgioal Lutwea she now Iliwvcry lu optics science to say to H o lmlle that THESE LENSES FLATTER JUH rculvcil large tock of tho very Latest Designs it jYlouldi gsIa- turns never this locality before have to bajeun to bo aproclale l dos idle for framing from the Blruplnt photograph to the mot elaborate paintings fur tuUal Ie Among the lot U tho Now French tlellr mouldtni specially tIchcnte plcusea lhrollertll Nate French Wnter Odors and all pieturta that rr Moire a Itltlll11 frame When In Ilanvlile eftllllItiCII ua and get our pncee Ste will Bnvwjoti money tM Third Street Opixnilo iMt OfflVe Dnnvillf KY American Wire Fence V Ii The Best Made TrytAnd You Will Be Sure To ifrH Like It Geo fi Farris cfc Co When You Need Paints Oils 10 tralni 4 train rwry en SdAyTo Consult Craig Hocker Stanford II Icol1eJe INDIANAPOLIS Four FastTrains TO Toledo DetroitAHD MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS fawn I 4 trains wry weekday 3 train on Sunday Iiillrain anil WajntrB ptn on night train VntlbultJ Ittlor Can on day train rr byiTO CHICAGO I J II IISlupineOtv Or ear nr Col Cauu To In fun e to ROUt new Orleans Houston Galveston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Oueen Crescentand u J wt sur ara- asmu From Cincinnati and the North 89 Mlles Shorter than Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to lckson Vicksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc HIT LIe OMtAkl II OUIK CMUIkT n PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints And Oils Telephone No2 Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHKLTON PHFSIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils andClassified For admission call on MRS NANNIK 8 SAUFLEY Lady Principal INTERIOR JOURNAL XFOKIJ Ky MAR 9 1900 3 WALTON Busuosa MANAGER boat materials combined with skill and accuracy Insure good Its No other methods In our jrcecrlptlon work Penny flora PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP EV R n MAIIONY litt Ferry villa UN COULTER of Casey was hero day ijft to the wife of J S Murphy of- 1Jt End it son 7 J EMIIRY Sit who hue been 10 with tclatlca Is better MRS M E Fish chant several days h friends at Crab Orchard lisa GKOKOIA LEWIS Is teaching subscription soiiool at Walnut Flat I Monr UOTIIWELL ESQ has been jre most of tho term attending to his ages In court JOHN MUKPJIY who Is now succcti ty running a howl at Jelllco was yesterday TOIINEY W J BROWN of Somor a mlRhty ood friend of this paper hero Tuesday NEVIN CARTER went to Burgle morning to take tho tore kecpcr- tare place at UUjlue1ey distillery a J D PETTUS tells us tbat Grand Man Henry Wells bad a 11 pound o arrive at his house Wednesday 0 it r k 9r ml tilt aY EUUA LKE VAUOHAN nod Vaughan of AsUland Va a K the Mean Walton to their tat delight 0 T LACKEY left yesterday t Louts to Join her husband lion Saunders and wife accompanied s far as LoulnlleIa are greatly Indebted to Aiilitaut InVcodont Jonn P Bacher of th no at I Southern for timely ant v appreciated favors SHANNON a Pan Dandle R R rt c with headquarters at Ctncln tt Ulllnu his brother Joe A ri J at Crab Orchard I PRANK Ar ALLEN II In the r tbo grip and irumnot bo able to Sunday He writes and feels irybody olio who has been there Iracs I think I am about od In low than an hour I would 16 cents a dozen for myself i I S WELLS wife and daugntori- K iday for Tampa Fla to visit sot mother for three weeks eei ina Down ton announces thou t3of her daughter Florence Ho Dr Notion V Prewltt of ester Tho marriage will tak Sprll Ith and will bo a homo g Danvlllo Advocate LOCAL HAPPENINGS IILTJN for Rood watch work jpiNu presents at Hamiltons r KA aloe things In footwear at J oe ON U hciulquartcrs for goo You dRlist prlco paid for veal calves ltrdkei taco curtains curtain awice icvcranco ft Sons FERRYS garden Iced In pac bulk atUlKglnsMcKlcnoya Is your watch or clock repaired dry t Enjflomana at Penny e we the old Myers Uouso Btabl- ys and got your hones fed an olnfs e 1tyand Fishing Club will hay o ag r noting at tho courthouse It f I oclock f Of corn hay and c 1sQ continually on band J ighmanCo morning Isobar and sprIn several days of fino woathe- given us little or no wind no ro now agents for and order k Patterns Leave your order orand save trouble Severance e UIn bas bought of haul tho E W Jones proper ju Orchard anti may open an laloun to It t9- I MoCic WHISKY O D Woat b 1 has a contract for full control alo of Old Mock Whisky tiT Hus Uo II C MockeD tho statement of tho Mutual isuranco Company of New Yo Ltl1ojmptor than ahy wo know Goouu eaysho la very mad over atoment made In this paper that idnt hit a lick of work In 10 years hat ho wont to Col Welch to got to bring suit for damages but ho d him not to do eo as wo are a solo and nothing could bo made us SRI our new Pully halt J P Jones NEW black drceu goods and silks ntI Severance Sons it J sT received a carload of flooring and calling A C Sine WANTEDButterggs Jowls and Sbouldos Warren fc Shanks Columbus Buggy Gos bug glee also Troy and Moyer makes W maATUB colored teachers will meet In tho colored Christian church the third Saturday In March at 2 P M F E Stop VIce Pros C S Hayncs Seoy r AUOUT the lOthof April I will havo a largo assortment of flowers for sale at D W Vnndcvocrfl store room Ib rchrof post office Mrs Wallace Var non r MARSHAL NEWLAND found a couple of bed blankets In Solon Craigs house HonryJamesgy Owner can got them by calling on Mr Nowland s READY Wo are back from the cities where wo bought a largo stock of furniture matting and undertaking goods Como In tomorrow Saturday and soo our stock Wo aro now read to furnish coding caskets and hearse service Dcazley ft Hays IN IIooWllll Careen colored Is in jail for stealing a buggy rug of A D Roots buggy at the teKI trick sale Mr Root missed the rug then but heard nothing of It till bo saw Carton wrapped up In It the other day and ho at once bad him arrested Arotobacco prizing business at MoKlnnoy and have bought u number of tobacco crops at 4 to Oc This thee the farm ers a market at homo and will prove to bo very convenient to raisers of tho weed In tho West End SOUR STAUIINGA letter tram stariIl vlllo MoKlnnoy and Stanford two Phlllpploelelaod Liberty Is stamped so much that the receiver can rciycoly read It BURNED An olgift year old daugh perhalH Donovvlllo Tuesday She was subject to spasms and fell In the fro during pan of them and was so badly burned before assistance arrived that it leho thought she will die Later She died yesterday morning IOST QICt ROIUIER CACOHT Deputy U S Marshal W T Short an Chief of Police J II Alltnan of Rich rhouIr way to ornon with James Bly who robbed the post oflfco at Gilberts myIdcauJhthimTin Hustonvlllo Minstrel Co did not have n big house at McKlnney Tnesd evening but tho boys composing t company all did well and tho show they up gave general satisfaction dthe cako walk Bcuuhor Adams an Will Bishop took tho cake defeat Ing Howard Camnltz and Jack Pinker ton who won at Hustonvlllo E Kennedy C L Crow and E O Sin gleton were the judges tellks e over know Mies Sidney Abraham died ruutc1ay aged 85 of Intlrrnltlon Inc to one of her long lire She was u sister of the Abraham brothers of tbo East End and was an excellent old lady threeda n serlcoineighbor and friend tho remains Ire r laid away In the family burying groun Wednesday afternoon I WE havo received the certificates to bo given subscribers to tho Gocbol monument fund which those who bavo tbrle grows very s10wlvO aro ashamed to say Many of those who wo thought would be tho first to respond havo not dono so a nded uplaetroport 25 to T R Walton Atlanta Ga 1 00I T J UIII iV 100 ECWalton 200 J L Jones 50 TPTuttlc 50 IkoTuttlo 50 POISONEDJ S Oivdloy Jr Corn monwealth was called Mercer Wednesday to sestet In the t n vestigation of tho poisoning of M rebinSam Downey The circumstances pal rteto ono Fallowell who lived in t and who had become eo Intatu ed with Mrs Downeys 12yearold s ter that she had ordered him to leavo the promises Au examination of M Downeys stomach by a chemist d closed araonlo and tho coffee which drank In which It is supposed Fallowcll poisoned was also largo quantities of arsenic Ho had access to the kitchen and It la supposed ho poisoned tho woman for trying to make him leave Ho la still at largo Bio lino of gents furnishings just received J P Jones it NEW block ginghams foi pillow COyI ors Severance kSone A not wilt bo given by the ouogI men of town and Charley Carsons da ncing class at Waltons Opera House ightRECICLFssFnIenda of O P Huff n the butcher aro uneasy about him fearing that ho is getting reck lose Ho bought soma halters of F Reid tbo other day at 4c and bo is go Ins to kill them sad soil tho meat to hie patrons Our people aro not used to such meat and much sickness ms bo expected +Two HELD Leonard Small wood and Hamp Gregg were hold without ball London for the murder of bllhar- IIoghce Ed Smallwood and daughter Lizzie wcro released from the charge eorlouye campa- n of itoldlors havo been hunting for others implicated In the murder THINKS HE HAS HIM Marshal J A Shannon of Crab Orchard was hero yesterday en route to Augustato bring robYGross left a horso and buggy at Curtly Covers stable In Crab Orchard and came to Rowland with Tom Peltus Ho left him there and h boret stolen from a Somerset man so if Groe- can not bo convicted of tbo PO rob bery ho can ba tor horse stealing Asa tramp ho camo to this county and theay e was arrested LOOAN Strange tmay aPPD wo did not hear of tho death of S1 Lucius S Logan at Danville till just as wo were soles to prose Tuesday al though It occurred Sunday Wo kno him as a big hearted generous acd slnccrnly sympathize with his wit child and brothers ffho Advocate says of him Months ago ho became a vie tlm of rheumatism and It became com plicated with tbo malady which was fboIMr Lopan was a eon of the taco John F Logan and was 33 years of ago Ho leaves a widow who was MUa Annn Croxton daughter of Gen John T Croxton and also a little girl Caroline Ho was a member of the First Presby terlan church During his last Illness told them around him that bo ae 0t peace with his Makorand to HU gentle mercies consigned the bereaved wife and daughter May they and also the daparturodof nod that consolation which earth cannot glue but which Is over found in an unfaltering faith In Him Ui AGAINST ITAbout Christmas time wo came across a Western pope containing the Mosaic poem which wo clipped and intended using at onco and otTcrlng prizes for correct answers to It Each line woe from a noted poet lah0ers to name tho author of each Wo crowdd glvo place to late news and wo did not find for It till about 10 p wDQa published two answers had come In and the strange part to us was that they wore apparently correct Slnco they havo been coming In right plea Indicating that tho senders too had como across a Western paper or soroo other containing the lines with tho au there names attached A few days ago Mrs Bottle J Campbell of Som erset sent us a printed clipping of tho poem and Saturday Mrs Chas E Cox sent us correct names but modestly nod honestly stated that sho had not got thae which printed tbo poem but which wo failed to soo Aa wo did not propose to go dead against a game of heads you win and tails wo lose wo must conflna prizes to those who wilt writo us that ihoy found the authors names by hunt Ins up each and not by copying them From a newspaper or clipping IIon bright now please toll us if you bud up tho names and if you did tho prizes aro yours but tho copyists aro barred Tbo following havo sons an swore Miss Anlo Fish GovcrTurneravlllo Mrs W W Hays Stanford Lloyd M Maret Mt Vernon tire Kato Crab Orchard H B McElroy Brod bead Miss Myrtlo Cook Flatwood Miss Cooper Foland Stanford Mrs J L Yantls J F Cook 10Prcachcrevlllo Mles Ida Pierce Buck Mrs Gcorgo L Penny Stanford Dotty Johnson Campbell Somer Turaeravlhoetc rte Loutaant Hill tiles Jeaelo Brown MoKln MrefaGivensnJ T BIngaman has sold conditional ly to H B Cockrill editor of abo Pen tlcostal Herald bis farm Went Preaph vfllo for 84000 AgBwtDudloqmissed was reinstated and tbo trial continued till next court J L licck was excused from further grand jury aervlco Tuesday and J E Wright plac ed In bis stead David Guest for car rying concealed weapons was given 10 days In jail end lined 25 The grays jury returned indictments against Ed Welch and Frank Reynolds for tres pass Andrew Lllfrey cod Frank Dish on for breach of the peace Wm Love taco In two cocas for carrying conceal ed weapons Thomas Naylor for die forting religious worehlpFrank Smith threeyma iclous cutting and wounding Wm Carson for petit larceny and against AxdY oung for robbing John Baugh gotono year A decree of divorce was entered JanHallagainst the Cincinnati Southern tor filling two horses sod setting Ore tothis grass and fences Lewis Beard wboI lot tho verdict rendered against him the first day of the court sot aside had apdoand Jim Graves were gluon a year each yesterday for steal log 141 bottles from Curtis Govers Foncdefended them acd the hlawryeono of theca defendants Is of noble blood His mother woa a Babbitt his TookhieNegro has pnl bad blood In him comps from his step daddy Yesterday Robert Bowling was fined rcceotlrat In this paper Mrs Mary Shannon tea granted a divorce from Wilhelm Shan chitod g money J W Brown who was cut on tho train near Junction Clty by Grady Montague of Bell county several weeks ago failed to appear against him at hIs trial at Danvillo nod tbo case was dismissed New Boarding House I lure moved Into Mn Kate DucUertri bouse turulJhgoodprima KverjUung pew and dean Good table CourtOarMarshals Sale For City Taxesa pubfirtaieaon umior In 1897 1894 and lew and emit of collection Monday April 2 before IDhnd15Wwt faun Hflrj 0 71rAnderson Hockcr II II IIIWm Jonei 89 Doc stenon n u 2 life WhlUerII II n t83GO JNRtvuan aL G s THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A McCURDY PRESIDENT STATEHENT For the year ending December JIIS99A- ccoM in t to the Standard of the Iniurance Department of the State of New Yoik INCOME IterelTfd for rrrmlumi SI4S4rIO 2 Llaabt3l0ge t RISRURSCIIGTS To roltrjholdtn for Claim by Iiratn SloCIOOtO 43 To IoIIciholJfM for Endon mtit l etc In 39057 i For all other ftccoanti Ii3i84t4 sss5arsuASSETS tolled SlaUt roads end otter srruritiM tsss ot 7t- Flril Mm lama on Bead 1019r1CZLaaae nnrnrlllelou onCoriraiij rolft aiIGSU tompanyslOffleeOr tin C31SO5J CIt In Hauls and Trust Com pule t30i5b 0 Accrued Inltrett Jicl Deferred lieniluuiietc COCOM7 41 S50ISIibT 6J Lttrluars Pollry fceif r ei ele 2al7MOS fit Continent Uurantee run 40548 91 Available for Authorlted Did doalla gl 60000 0 0 orsolsl5sr iS Iniaraace and Annuities In force 11066 OIl 64 I hue carefully examined the foregoing State went and find the name to be correct liabilities calculated by the Insurance Department ClIAHLIia A IRKLLKR Auditor ROBERT ORANNISS ViclPntuolM MargetFREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer KMORV MCCLINTOCK Actuary Biscoe lllndman General Agent fo Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville Ky II fl G Eastlard Special fIgt Stanford Ky Our tee returned If we fait one aendln alcetch and description of Invention will concernlnthePatent sent requcrt Patents occur Jthrough ui advertised for sale at our Patents taken out throu h ui receive Illffla- lfloUuwllhollchatgelu TUB PATENT RECORD an circulated journal VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorney f Evaru Building WASHINGTON D C r 200 Business And Pleasure Horses 200 25th Sale April 1213 and 14 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulcotier ProrAcknowledged patrons all orrr the Stale to lie tbo REST1700 bane I ted competent established aale In the South Having told err trend 2W box towaaareyountoct Cost tight Doyen numerous Satisfactory prlItlItrouble to answer letters 1boce 2 Lamle Ky slock here and you will taro no regrets to Just Received I A largo and we11 selected stock of z Y Of the latest Styles Young men aro especially invited to call and ex amineour stock i VA E PERKINS l Crab Orchard Ky vvvvvvvv Comparisons Odious everyparticularwill guarantee their excellence from points of Style SurpassAny gencriity wo absolutely guarantee If these shoes are not comfortable and WEARERSsReturn them and as to style that is evident when once you see them Having had rhobestDOUGLAS I5OC Arc the best on enrtlu All of the new shapes anti shades at g3 and 350 equal loany S5 shoo made Cummins MoClaryCash Clothiers and Furnishers a S IlaS ID CcgBuilders Fine Footwear mtiroworthypa94Cafnwhichthe II B Shoes Below wo mention names of just a few to whom we have sold this celebrated shoe OwensJHelmDrWm Hamilton W M Bright W O Walker TribbloJJonesWSautleyWT J Foster J R Bush E1L Beazley J N Menefee James R Beazley Steve Tetew- B K Wellrll1 s Ed Wilkinson JC EubanksfJesse D Wearen B F Rout S II Shanks S M Owens W H Shanks conlfortabloasJOHN P JONES Stanford 14 5fljWill not last always and Spring Cleaning Time will be on you before you know it Dont forget about our en the new line of t Carpets Mattings Rugs- Lace Curtains Curtain Swisses and Shades ii mAtreasonable price for good qualities II S SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court House I orureutlaemtuddretnoRRhoYATkNRpUVOIWJinltl toreMdeC r DROPSY SItnmelleaaaya at leaat twothlrdu of all nymutomi ramor a ed TeatlmonUla and TM OATS treatment lr- DLJJGUEI I SOU Box K Atlanta O Ii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poitofflee at Stanford a I aeldda matter r Statrl2ahdTtxSag andFrlctavU- Al 1 PER YEAR CASH a When not sopild fflSOO will be charred QUEEN CRESCENT Tnlni South iaaa Junction City No oaaottopNo31LtOrM NoB 1122 x No 9 eOJ F UolDgSoulhNo2 doeintetop No 84Ji Y No 61231101 010 6 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains lean Frankfort at6SO AM 840 PM and p connecting at Georgetown with the Q AC Iteturolo leae tarl at tcooecUDg r M reaching rrankfort after A C trains at 1120 11710111 and V15 P TIM latter train leave for Oeorwtown at 715 111- J II NEWTON 01 A t NOTICEI WsUhea planed 71 cU locks from 2So u 7Sc Main springs In 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3Contains Iltautlful Colored Plates Illustrates Latest Patterns Path S Ions Fancy Work Z Arents t cr thiy5 locilily Beautiful Temlumf for a little 2 work Writ forurmundother partfc C Ulan bubrrl tlnnonlra00pryear lAddin a VRKE fatlra =g judrwa THE McCALL CO Sgi3Sta 146 St New York 11lY lhtlll4r11111fMMiN4ti4t at t eXriit MORELAND J E Wright hasadded BBblngl e machine to his grist mill on Harris Creek Messer tho Plfcr has bought a lot in the Akins Addition and t Ill begin tho erection of a dwelling sew F J O McAllister have filled a long felt want by opening a eneral feed store here Corn is retailing hero at 50 to 55c Hay 75 to 85o and oats 33 to 40c Straw is retailing at 15o In bulkBill Routt who bought out tho Crocketu in the nom of Caskoy Crockett the stave manufacturers of Casey was hero last week and says the firm has purchased enough timber to keep their machinery going for somo timeM S Matthews who for a long tlmo was night man at tbo depot but who was discharged about the time ot the election la hero visiting friends It is to be hoped that the company w1l1 seo fit to reinstate him for wo are safo In saying no more popular or acoomn dating man ever held the same job hereQuite a lot of moving was dono here last weort Robert Purdom moved from the Smiley property tp Mitchell burg Wm Minor from the Garrison property into the hoube vacated by Purdom and Jake Watson from Dr Pipes property to the Garrison hous Dr Pipes will commence housekeepii this week in the house vacated by Wat SOil Mrs Dr P W Logan and daugbte Miss Mary left last week for Martini rllle Ind Mrs Logan hopes the hot atha there will benefit her bealt John K Baugbman and dauirhter Miss Katherine aro In Cincinnati thl8 week The friends of Mrs Baugbma will regret to learn that she la there for treatment for what la supposed to ie cancer and hope that the dlagnos of local physicians may prove IncorI recto J W Smarr from Bracken county has located here for the purpose of buy- Ing tobacco Miss Lizzie Briscoe of ilitchcllsburg came in Tuesday to visit olatlvcs here Wm Akin returned Saturday night from Birmingham Ala where ho has been on business J W Hopkins of Carroll county ha1510catcdI here and will open a blacksmith am ragon shop between hero and Mlllcdgo vllle Democrats here are unanimous InI heir praise of the stand the INTERIOR JOURNAL made In the recent trouble In Kentucky Tho paper voiced theI intimcnu of true democrats every hero and made friends by the bun reds A great many papers that tend to be democratic but failed tc come out and call a spade a spade could profit materially by its example Heres hoping she may continue to hew to the line and let tho chips fall wbere they may Wm Akin has purchased from the andldgo heirs the piece of land just North of the M E church and will layoff the same into lots and put them on tho market He will also erect some cottages for rent as soon aa spring opens which we predict will find ready and paying occupants Wo aro also Informed that a club is being organized to buy the tract of land lying along the C S tracks lust North of Peytons and It tho deal Is made it will mean the erection of eight core cottages this spring Since our last letter so many improvements have been added here lat we know not where to commence to enumerate them A great many of the Western and nrtborn papers are suggesting as a remedy to the present political trouble In the State to divide it up and tack It- on to the adjoining ones The absurlll- ty of the suggestion Is ridiculous Sup pose Missouri bad beep wiped from the map for being the homo of the Young ers and James boys or Gultcaua native State erased for being his birthplace etc Notwithstanding she now ba8 a dark spot upon her escutcheon entucky will at no distant day redeem srself and prove to tho world that tho mountain element of her population Cln not ride rough shod over her by coming in hordes like carrion birds to pollute the fair name of the grandest old State of all And the star that repI re8cntB her on the flag of the U may it still continue in its field of b1ueI and God speed the day when democracy shall guide tbe ship of State Pcaco and harmony will then prevail over the present methods of bulldozing assassi- natIng and tin soldier rule HUBBLE L C King sold CO barrels of corn to- Geo Wood at 9240 delivered M B ibanks sold his brown gelding to Joe Bale8 of Richmond for 8350 Duvael of Missouri is In this community buy- Ing some jacks Earnest Penman sold- hl8 horse to Buck matt for 945 James Button has a new boy at his house ilghlng 12 pounds Roua Carman has- moved his saw mill to the timber bouht of Wm White Church Yeag er Is arranging to move his mill to larAo tract of timber bought in Casey county below Mlddlcburg- BISMARCKS IROH nERVE Waa the result of his splendid health Indomlt awns and tremendous energy are not fouo- dwbet Stomach LlrerKldneys and Uowf are out- ohrder want these nuilltMs end the auc m they bang use Dr Kings New Ute rills To ty 1t1lolry power of and body Only Uc at 1cnnyt drug IoreI J t C HIDDLEBURS A14pound democrat arrived at Geo McDanlols house on the let Cholera Is still slaying hogs by tbe dozen In parts of this section J V Coffcy bought a lot of stock hogs from W T Conltor last week Mr Moses Ray spout a day or t 0 with relatives hero this week The family of J A McIntosh began mov to McKlnnoy Wednesday Mrs McCormrck la improving vi ry rapidly and we hopo to see her up In a very few days W Go Short made a business trip to Garrard county Thero la the greatest demand for bay and corn here at present that this vi clnlty has known for years both are bard to get at any price- J T Short of Yosemite has tbe contract for carrying the mall from Dunnvllle to McKinney for the next four years beginning July 1st Connly Judge Tllford has appoint a board of commissioners to select and condemn a site for a district slhool house In this place which will be dono this week Roy J Q Montgomery Oiled bill regular appointment at Green River cbnrcb last Saturday rind Sunday Rev T U Purdom has been assisting In tbe revival at Liberty for several day Rev George Green delivered a very interesting discourse at the Baptlst church hero Sunday Mc Wheat has been quite busy for some days making tome repairs and cleaning up the College buildlngwhk he recently purchased preparatory to moving upon arrival of Mrs Wheat from Texas which will be next weole Miss Pearl Toombs of near South Fork Trestle was visiting relatives and friends here last week- Severaletudontawhohavo been tending school at BarbourvUlo from this county returned home last Sunday on account of smallpox breakID out in or near there Mr John Frenc and family and Fielding Hall and fam- Ily left Casey last week for Kansas where they expect to make their fu Lure homes George McDaniel ba8 moved into Mr Tom Morans property Albert Lanham bettor known as Old Sweetness has reused a residence from IV R Keeney and will soon become 0 citizen ol this city G R J John R Statonson of Reuben Stator tad Mies Mollie the pretty daughter of J S Douglas will bo married Sunday at the Grovo church Rev George Green will Oil his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Rev J E Ed cards will preach at Grove Sunday The very Idea of mil aylor at a irobablo candidate for the presidency Vhy It Is revolting Besides ho la already president of tho Monntajn Mot and Murderers Club Some of the republicans hereabout are said to bo getting sick and tired of hearing tho Goebel murder discuss cd They need not bo In such a hurry about It they will Dot hear the last of- ft for some time yet So bo alsy gentlemen bo slay as you can A McKinney preacher Is reported to bave made a very ugly remark about Gov Goebel Just after his foul assagai atlon at Frankfort A preacher capa ono b1e of tho remark accredited to this about a dying man lea disgrace toI tho pulpit and his chances for heaven are apout as few as those of the asias 81n himself And by the way those ranchers who have been made Iota mous by their abuse of Mr Goebel es jclally since his foul murder ought to be required to resign their charges and do their first work over They mljtht make a better job of it next timeT S B w KINOSVILLE Mrs Mary Brewer Is at home from Danville Miss Alta Hlx- has a music class of about six pupils MIs8 Maggio Singleton has gone to anvlllo Mrs Wm Gooch of Mo Kinney la visiting Mr and Mrs Dan Hester Frank Petty of Grant county- a a guest at tho home of Mrs Dunn Eo W Crelghtou visited J W BolandI at Burnsldc Sunday Squire A G lulkner and son went to Nlcholasvlllo onday Beecber Adams of Huston vlllo was one of the popular traveling salesman who visited our town last week Elder Gllllatn who was pastor tho Christian church lash year was here a tow days last week The Chris tlan church la without a preacher Mrs Ada Gooch has been very ill thn past week and her life despaired of She Is better at this writing Mrs James cCarty and little sons Willie and Jes8e have gone to Lexington to ith- er parents Mr and Mrs Ball and- will go thence to Cincinnati to pur- cbaso her stock of spring millinery Jamea McCarty Is In Cincinnati baying good8 for his new store which bo wlll- open in the building opposite tho do- pot Wm Dishon and family who- went to Akron 6 several months ago bave returned and will buy a farm near hereAlr8 James Robinson had a pocket book containing 2750 stolen from bureau drawer last week The same- day she missed the money Tom Payne a boy whom she had frequently em p10yed about the house was also mlss jprcsumably having left for Ripley 0 his former home The evidence OOd to prove that Tom la guilty of- tho theft fie Is the same follow who broke into G A Walters store about 1 i I two years ago Ha was leniently dcal with on account ot hit being Jlpaleot ly halfwitted EMC FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will soil or oxchnngo for a small turn In DID vicinity of Stanford a houso unit acres of ground on YnuiXrsdalo AVPlluo Stanford known as the Watts place I wl1 suit a part or all of It For further IIIItlCU lar e call on or address It E L SIMS Stanford Kj ValuabJe Property For Sale If not sold privately beforehand I will 00 Monday Bfar lath 1901 Allhe lroalloor oft be Court IIoux In fond K olrerloruietuthe hl bHt and tint bldlar foMjcuh and the remainder 8 and IS monihi payment with 6 per cent 101em Nat date of rurchue toe property known u Laurel County Fair Ground About eta mile North of London rence large commattouaAniphttheetre nil other tulbullJ lop Excellent rclee A Ronil taweat HOUM and harden Lot Two coud well 00 property J T WILLiAMS ItttLaurel County FIr uo THE LAND OF THE SKY COUNTRY The mountain section of Western Norlh Oarellna where Souhern Railway cno ee the AlloRlienujMountQlna Is one of tho most beantlful countries on with eU matte advantages aecond to none Tille country Ii known as TIIE LAND Or TilE SKY In tola Land of the are altuated the attractive IleabrU of AaheTtlli Hot Springs Tryon Black Mountain ete At these points as well as many other there are superior Hotel accommodation and visitors to tide wonderful country findI It at nil Seasons ot the year most adranU geous Adjacent tptThe Land of the Sky1 what U knows as The Sapphire CounryI which Is reached tho Southern Itallwa via Aabevlllo Hendersonvllle N 0 UI Rrevard N 0 thence by stage through a wonderfully Intcreatlnp country The Sup phlro on Sapphire Lake furnishes boo accommodations Fairfield Inn on Held Lake Is a largo Hotel complete and being extensively patronlted by ore from all over tho States The average altitude of the Country Is 3000 teat alcove the Sea level Tho country Is most attractive not only a summer but alau as a Winter and Spring Itesort Folders maps and other Information mall Id tree to any address by WM II TAYLOE A 01 A Loulsvlllo Kt eS3iitliraXiiul hT8lnnl Gonpu Of Lexington Ky Plan INSURANOEJEEVEESED LiveWe 17While Yo Oli Lire Companies Pay When You Die- her KOSono paid In pries beneflta- oVtr IUXMitewrT anti Surplu Regular Redemption Feb 1900 Coot Paid Laura V Adams Lexington 814 50810S diem Sdrade Loulsvlllo US IwMEChapmanAtlnntaOa 49 50 119 aura Jamison Ileralng burg 40 50 43 Oi Amanda Hughes Lexington 48 50 1113 avid Tolls 1750 1143 D D Taylor 4760 1143- U Mllward estate 42 50 100 41 W F Bannister 47 50 114 nlltha Ileathman 44 50 105 Kt J O Hoberu Cincinnati O 4350 10313 Ihn Itarlck Nlcholutvllle 44 IDS J W Appleton Lexington 42 100 43 eorgo Copland 41 10381 U Mllward est 31 S3 00 M k John Shin 3050 0344 30 0344 W F Turry au 60 0341- GO II JKTKIl Mlddloburg 34 5S F Poguo Lexington 11 50 70 43 n3JI10A83ELHurrod burg47 to 87 19 W II Ford Lexington 38 81 58 MSO 84 SSv LMAItSCIIALL 3350 11 lJoe Coyle 31 71 80 ugglo Smith 33 77 J I Purcell 31 SO 79 43 II U Wilson 33 50 77 OJ 0 Carter 30 50 1193- 0Jamee II Moore Georgetown 32 50 74 33 W J Loughrldgo Lexington 33 50 74 CIIEMIIIILL Lancaster1 31 71 Geo W Nucbols Lexington 30 30 Kate s rown 2750 III 8- 5Jato 8 Drown 27 50 fit John McOurk 2050 =6080 U Crutcher Nlcholasvllle 30 08 cookum Oulch PoolLexgton 30 50 80 30 n t ii n 30 SO 69 30 i II ii 30 50 693o- M 11EHNDOX Lancaster 30 50 60 8- 0E8 Porter Louisville 37 61 John T Shelby Lexington 89 CT 6680- John R Allen 27 SO 61 SS W CWQuinn Nlcholasvllle 28 6433 R 0 Morgan Lexington 27 61 WF1tzgoraldoeorgetown27 61 85 rsFannlcBlmmonsRlchmond 64 IIJ linker Lexington 38 SO 0132 wptNwsSynNwptNwsVa 28 60 64 32 n ii ii ii 28 60 G132 IllI1l1olle Marchltlclimond 27 61 85 D II JUDY MIllersburR 2750 618 E L Dcnhard Louisville 56 80 59 41 I K Patton Nlcliolasvlllo 27 50 61 85 F IL Norton Lexington 27 6185- t II 2780 61 1Alleo P Trlbble Richmond 26 60 41 Iaunlo Perry LouUvltle 26 SO 61 41 J II BAKEB Lexington 20 41 Howard Shepherd 23 S3 t a 23 63 62 II 22 40 76 II II 22 50 40 Mark StovensII 24 60 64 II- Ellta Spttnglor Loulsvlllo 25 60 60 07 Continued Nut Issue BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanfoid A HAIR BALSAM Olnuet t bait Fromotu a l cjagumak I Never rails to Hair to its Youthful OoTorTI Cu and9irimDb ttaalp r r c w POST 7T t hereby warn alt irsoni front liwpiulnn on lT farm for any pun w whaleter OttenhelI lANDUIUV DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for Jnllor subject to they ne Lion of the democratic party He lotlcltl your supportJOHN C PEPPLES Is ftcnmlldnto for Jailer of Lincoln Voullty subject to the action of tho democratic flar ty our support U solicited GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with toHlltirlraUljMaccnoUb farm IIeon Including GUll fir rooall kitchen and cellar and with rhtern andsprint the door The Klare If located on the Dantllle lIaatoolIIe rlh7 mile seta VnIII sad- Iron 4 lluitontllle Forty acres cube farm fo wheat In One condition and there are acre ot corn land II purchaner want more land wl1 oUn tract of 125 acres Tern to tlculuanllj on J T SUTTON Undertaker Huitonville Kentuclf OCars his senloes to the people ofWest lJDooJot sad Casey counties Full stock Coffins and Cult ualva son bandSD 8 PLEASE READ January lit the regular semi senu settling time has como nd I gone and otaeo my patrons have not settled wltb me It ou are ono of them you are eAr neatly requested to settle Thanking one and all for patronage end soliciting contlnuace Very J H M Intoshs Livery lFeed Stable TyIcKIniTEY1fY I Good Riga at reasonable prices Iafo drivers double end single tor day or nigh If you want to work Casey and adJolalalt- countlot McKinney U the to drlye from Horsw well for bysingle few day week or month A share ot your ju nonage solicited FOXSKJLOClV LIVERY FEED lAND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and jor sale at all time HERE WE AREJtl new prices With anew store nawjoodtjand ur wb to announce 10 Ca ej ruundlng counties that THE RACKET STORE Of unfcnlwlUop na Ilranch Sure at UUrt Friday lab 311l1u with a loll and cutupUtl line o- tDry Goods Notions Mens Boys And Childrens Clothing with Ioy1tIO foa ao fhlldrens llooU hlntfloodlist willsaod UnU e tie you that we will glee you more laand r hAn instore ls Iii or uor Tourmoop We a1 aH ol our road gCmassandAitb u and will Sad that we eery you low prlcefc We buy all our IMJ rUht rum tile fur ellandquanililrafactories la laI steed fourOrgoodtr we can sndweaell for Mme Sts remAlo atmeatThirira RACKET STOReS Tbe cbeapwt tot In the country Stanford sni- Liberty Ky Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Uancnatcr t Kentucky clean aplcnd sortersnoel D S CARPENTER Huatonvltlo Ky ecus constantly on hand a complete line IIf Iluggles Harness are c for Ieering Mowers and tlhdein and repairs Oliver Chilled I lows the best made always for sale Cull on him M FRITH HOTEL P raAUCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best Hotel n the mountain rata conildrred rorura meet all trains Special attention to tray eUog nteD HE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Kys The most centrally located and only FJESJOLASS1I0tel 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cats pass the door to all puts dt- he City Everything neat and clean rust Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris reds Exchange In Wm Danghertyi shop Stanford and get In exchange Flour and foal You can also buy Flour Steal Ship uff Bran Chicken Feed Ac cheaper at trialalla thing for farmers and pledge liber at transactions and full weight goods come from Undderars lx River Itoller and are firstclass MORRIS FILED Telephone No 08i S Spring 1900 Trees Plants Vines Krerythlnz for UrrhirO lawn mil fanltn The stock In Kentucky tit fruit and Ornamental Trees Vines Strawberry runts sparagui IlhiitMrb and gooleunlinrrlly grown In sock in vtlaMli inent llenerjl Strawberry catalogues to Its bad on to lIF IIIUKNMrYKit U lntonKjr WHITE HOTEL CAHUIEU IUOU CORBIN KENTUCKY Ctoit to Depot Hntfl M throughout lute fJ loer day H Ca RUPLEY t The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive lIi Cal A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Btenford Ky OffloeOT WcRoUrta Drug ReA lUUdlif 10II DENTIIITI Phone NOJ48 Over Higgins A McKlnney i II 1eL B PENNY D DS STANFORD KY tVOfllro at Resident on Lancaster Street DR Re COLDSTeJN Tar Celebrated Eye Specialist or Louts I11Cw Kentucky mil be at the Veratda Hotel Stanford Satur day Star 24th Rtturniny one day in taeh month Eysi Examined and Glum SciistifitaUr Aihitei FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFOUD KY Coital Stock 1130000 Snrphi J17633 61 This Institution originally nubllibed as the I e txxlttUnknftjtanfoMlnJUa reorganized sa the National Ilank of Stanford In IUS andagaln sorfsnlsed ai the Ftnt National Dank ot Stanford n 1SSJ hat Sal practically anunlnterrupted nisi ac for4l years It Ii belter supplied now wjti Udllttes for transacting business promptly and lib trally than erer before In Its long and honoiabli rarely Account of Indftlduali DJucIirl Hrmi sad IndlTtdnslisollcltedDimcroai F Held Lincoln Coj J W llayden Stanford 8T hint 811 Baugbman J S Hockey TP11I11 wP Walton W A Trlbble JU ColllerCnb Orcbd 24J Miller MtTsmoa M DEIuore Stanford orricsit J B lion er Irnld nt J J McHoberts Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Companaodouily for Years olicits Your Bank Aooount loptngiuch mutuallyDIKECTOnS rJ Wllllsmi J lIoJelSr A W W It Cummins J E Lynn SII11bslih J K Cub J JJ Owil r UITiCEIW- Q Shanks J OwlleLanier W l UrlKhtAsitCMhlir AL 1pt