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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 13 1900 9 A M NO4 11 LANCASTER Mr 0 S Gaines has begun to build a handsome rcaldenco on Danvllla av cnuo Mr Chas J Doty of Lexington lil brotherinlaw Mr J J ValkerMr Mount of La Grange U with her brother It E Mclloberu and eho la still a good democrat The beautiful weather hai tho farmers to work and largu crop will I cultivated U they are not called fro hotao to unaeat the usurper at Frank fort Mr O U Kngleman report a dllll culty near Paint Lick between Iav hoary a white man and Dill Mason colore In which was cut 10 ural times with ft knife but ho d1 aol know how seriously The Lancaster Lyceum Company ha oDcaffeU Gun John to lee turo hero May 24th during tho meet log of tho G A II on Tho Last Day of the Confederacy He will lecture at Stanford May 25 This will bo a rare opportunity to bear tho grand old vut eran Alias Lottlo May McI1obertl ont 11 year old tho bright and Rifted daughter of Mr and Mrs U h Mo Iloboris was awarded first prize by tho Courier Journal over a number of com potttore for the but essay on current ovonta She promise to attract alien lion In the literaryworld Mrs n M Ballou W A Arnold and T O Gulley bavo not been welt for Porno tlmo The latter moat follow 1 bate been In bed for four weeks and If I had boon deprived of the INTCIUOltJocnNAL and the tan castor letter I conld not havo stood It thus long There nothing In tho demo ocratic parly too good for W P Wal ton I love the paper on account of hl fcarlosnc Drs Wesley and Peyton performed an operation on Mr H II- Batlonr at Saint Joseph Infirmary Wo lope to tco him at homo In a tow day Judjjo J O Heraphlll at admlnls trator and being ono of the belrlIold the Mrs Klttto Lcavcll place adjoining this oily on tho Richmond road con taming a handbomo rbsldunco and 00 acre of land to Mr J S Johnson fur 110000 1Oflfculon to bo given Jan 1001 It la ono of the most beautiful and valuabluploceaof prollOrtfIn Con tral Kentucky Mr n bought a thorougbred even month old malo Hereford calf of R N Wath en of Lebanon for 1120 Jailer ROM had a flue mule to got gravel In It foot Irons which It mffercd for a time tho flesh decaying and dropping off to Hit knee und the cntlru boot coming off when bo killed It Oa Thursday and Friday omo of tb numerous warrant for unlawful said of liquor were called In tho lane o court but a legal battle followed to reference to the kind of warrant that would bo valid and no trial was reach cd It was finally agreed to puts them until this week and submit tlo ques done to Judgo Saulloy as ho woul likely have UI hear thom any way If they were tried below The people hopeful that tho matter will bo nt onno Bcd install tbono upon whom warrants bavo boon served by tho mar shal and who are living In open viola lion of law will bo punuhcd sufficient ly to force them to abandon suon fur suns and this can only by enforcing thu law and by not holding up floes on a to payor a promleo to abar dun the unlawful sale of whisky Good citizens hero aro indljjnanlovor the conduct of W S Taylor and hl gang That he should defy the olvl authorities having soldiers to inko 4 men In dlsguho away from tho civil au thorities and Uiuo a pardon for thorn boforo thoy have answered to a serlou charge to regarded us tho work of a dangerou man especially utter agree ing to await and to by the Judg hoots of the courts of the conniry 01 to who U entitled to the scat which ho now holds at the point of the bayonet Maltam aro gulling worse each day and at rallilary Is subordinate 10 the civil sheriffs ix esca should be summoned from every county In the Stato to en force tho law Lot our leaders beware Tbo division In iho mllllla Is Just what Taylor and blat want If a clas comes In the military Federal soldtor- wilt bo sent here and tho result will beI nothing short of the scones of when Tlldon was robbed of the presi dency All the officers of the court wont present lhIto Judgo took tho delivered a und complete charge to tho following grand Jury Urlgbt Herring foreman J W Simpson James Ullls Noah Harsco lt C Pulllnll JT Tnnunll J A Wood Frank Nose W P Tugglo S B Henry J D Parks and II C Arnold The following constitute tho TIDavisCurtis Pierce R D Scott J G Hen drlokson Fred Stone T M Arnold T L Sanders J D Ray Homer Tlnsloy Ghana Terrlll Robert Long A U Arnold J A Swno J W Klmoro E i M Walker S B Totlen Robe Gulloy J H Ralnoy John Stone was fined 850 and given 10 days In Jail for carry- Ing conceited weapons Demurrer was sustained to Indictments against Ellen Reddy for selling whisky In n local option dlstrlct the indictment having been drawn under tbo general Idw Mack Jennings colored was given two years In tbo penitentiary for breaking Into a school house Sam Francis col ored was Lined 1100 for glvlngia drink of liquor on election to which ho was sent to the workhouse A LIFE size steel engraving of Oov Goebel is being mado In Chicago of which 150 will be sold at 810 the amount over the cost tQ go to the mon ument fund Mr O II Williams was hero yesterday accompanied by Mr J A Yeagnr of Boylo and secured a number of subscribers Others who want the picture can communlcato with Percy Haley at Frankfort Mr Yeagor has gotten over 8100 for the Goebel monument fund by 81 subscriptions I MI VERNON McCluri3 d Brown will movo their law aflice lo tho Brick Hotel The Skoal will appoar Friday In ant eight page tlvocotutnn form- Htyee Clark ono of iho twine named for Hayes and Wheeler was married lat Thursday O J Towory has purchased tbo stock of merchandise of A B Cromer at tbo Pcnulntflon storehouse atmof Revs Baker and Whcailoy boughtovcnue occupy It soon nppllcatlonnear Dick Southards on East Forks Skagg Creek seven miles South of probablyboA movement Is on foot hero to cslab llsh a slack barrel factory to furnish barrel for lime lour etc All iho raw materials for making the staves heading nod hoops are right hero at our door Fritz Krueger has four teams and 10 mOD with scrapers etc digging away on foundation and cellar of the new brisk building on corner Main und Church street A preacher wound up his services n Pine Hill a short time since with the prenchlajIt appear you seed hI preached U you for the next six months Assistant Postmaster Ramsey says If the business mon will taro proper en courugcment by offering to mall all their matter at tho postolllco ho will have n night mall service established Lot our pcoplo give that promise and do it quickly Andrew Gentry who works night In the Livingston yard sent n fellow workman to carry some word to bin wife When tbo rneasb4gcrknackedu t the door Mrs Gentry believed It to bo a burglar or marauder and fired a shot tnrough tho door the ball passing tina the mans coat sleeve Judgo R G Williams was in London fhniJury wheel was stuffed It Is claimed that ono of Iho handwritings was pools perllonIItwith robbing the Gilberts Creek iwst office was hold over by Commissioner While The prisoner gave the name of an alleged partner whom the mar- shale nro hunting It Is said that HI tho U the Negro who was charged famllyoflIonSecretary MoreL hits a letter fro the Lexington chamber of extending an Invitation to the ICen bopdThey proffer the use of their tine hall lncludlndg Inglon being a central plat and for other good learns the association will uccupl the Invitation John n 14 old sonof Joe Poynt or Livingston In attempting to Jump on a freight Sunday fell under the wheels uud had n tact crushed opt Dre Potlusund Cooper amputated the foot fRmllyhave eonsfireman was killed In a wreck died atCorbln ono child dlcdat Jolllco and a daughter died lost fall at Llv Ingston Mr Pbyntcr Is a brother of D C and Wm Poymcr of this place News has reached hero of the death of W D McGuIre last week of small pox nl Clark Jefferson county this Stale Dlllard McGuIro was ana live of this county and was a prosperous merchant of Goochlnnd Ho was a than of sterling worth und no man stood higher In his community A half broth er ot the doceascd wont from this count u short time since to work for him rand It U supposed the fatal disease was thus iranstulllcd Mrs McGuire lInt memberse01 are o i roodUcuso George McCarty the clover tele graph lineman of Livingston was bore Thursday Will McHarguo has named martyrjtat Crab Sunday Attorney E K Wilson Is hero William Prewltl consumptluoWmfarm near Level Green for 8800 Wade Brown has gone to Missouri to superlu tend the extensive farming Interests of Bass hasty who loft county 15 years loco and prospered In the West Our clever barber D S Purdora will daysMrsLyileAdams upSundayteaching here Dr Pconlngion Is moving to his recently purchased prop orly on Jones Avenue Judge Fish has moved lo the Williams property on Jones Avenue There It moro CtUrrh In tbli Mellon of thecoun try than ill other tIlMuimt together and until IncurableFora brconilanU1pronounced It raven ca a conitltutlonal dlteaw anti therefore requires oondltutlonil treatment Italic Catarrh Cure manufactured K J Co Tole do Ohio U the only constitutional the market It U taken Internally In curetOO drops to a teaspoonful It seta directly on the blood ind mucous iuracei of the patent They offer floo for any case It falli lo cure send culanand tcatlmonlali Addtm- K J CHKNKV A CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 73c llalli Family illli are the boat 0 At Selma Ala Mrs Roberta Smith aged 78 and Ilenry Wakofiold 19 wero made one Each had been mar clod twice and there are 13 children between them At a sale of Shorthorns hold at Mar ahaUiowu Iowa 78 females averaged 9410 and 20 bulls averaged 811825 I lION HARVEY HELM DISTRICT IAPKKS KAVORAIILKTO TUB TALL SASSAFRAS OK TUB ST ASAPH Many Boyle county friends would do light lo see lIon Harvey Helm Ihe popular and big young Stand ford lawyer succeed In his ambition lo be a delegate from this dUtrlct to Ibo wouldtat that notable gathering Danville Advocate Hon Harvey Helm tbo faithful and efficient county attorney of Lincoln want to as a dlbtrlct delegate to the National democratic convention which wlH be held In Kansas City July 4th Search tksho ran of democracy from Cumberlands Pcrfk to the Oho and you cant find n bettor worker or a moro liberal contributor for the upbuilding of our principles than the genileman from our neighbor city of Stanford Tall and handsome with a striking brainylookWo rise to second his nomination tea der him our boat service yea If need bo grease our tongue pull off our cellar and cravat roll upour sleeves hose totMonticello Wayne County 111peevdJ M Kern has been In Nashville where ho purchased several thousand bushels each of corn pod wheat Hid new roller mill lust above the town spring Is nearlng completion and Is qulto an Improvement to that part of town agarmep rllo r euQshlng Job ut tbo Sandusky farm I passed through en routo toSllckfurd last wucK The Wilson Oil Co has a fishing job at Coopers villa stem broken bit oDd part of stem In iho hole A M Williams will put up a derrick on the Shearer farm ut Slleklord The Otter Creelc Oil Company hove a derrick on the Scbuy lorrown farm and will commence drilling eoon AL Thcotzethe ell shooter rondo a failure In putting of the shot la Rogers Well at Sllokford do lia ordered material for another attempt Qjlie a large crowd was present at court uniKIudgc Morrow was on hand jurorsrNorQoet Robrt Rankin John Horton CyrusBrownN hicks und Elvln ton Cooper Tho petit jurors arc J V Bertram Hare Duncan LL U Crabtree C A Weaver Jay Cooper W l Duggar John Ly ons J F Perdue J Dnncan Wm Hell Joe Hagen J W linker Win H Ends W Ie GlllUple J W Tate J F Dajrley R M DonnvDavo Lowe A J Kelley and T 7 Shelton Pros peutlnlr Attorney Sharp and O U Waddle arc both present the latter being Interested in a nnmoer of cases There were Si commonwealth and 81 civil cased on the docket Sam Hollows was acquitted for houso burning Tbos Lyons was sentenced to ono year in the pen for shooting Geo Tuggloand John Lyons was acquitted for soma offense on Wash Toggle Miss Nell Johnson who has been vis iting friends and relatives here left yesterday Mrs Will Philips gave a musical lust week and the following wero present Mr and Mrs S H Her nndMrscia and Miss Sarah Smith Miss Ger rode Gordon left yesterday for Stan monyfrlendamidst She will stop In Lancaster waybomeed several of her friends Tuesday eve ning Those who enjoyed her hospi frailty were Miss Johnson Gertrude Gordon Edna and Annie Ramsey and Messrs Woodburn Shearer Baker and Mr and Mrs Wm Tattle Mrs Sam G Hardin entertained In honor of her guests Misses Johnson and Gordon Monday evening Games And tetea totes wero enjoyed by all while those who delight to trip too light fantastic did so to the music of Mrs Wm Tuttle violin and Messrs Wm and Lewis enloyedMrswere Misses Gordon and Johnson PhilipsFlorence PhilipsMesdames J H Berry E O MoWalors Messrs Forsythe Boone and Tom Morrow Somerset Gcorgo Woodburn Plus PhillipsWmIsaac Walker Lewis Tullle Chas Hyman Louisville George ThomasChai tanooga and E O MoWalers F B sentenced to be hang ed at St Louis for the murder of his wife committed suicide Friday Frankfort and the Legislature The Houso defeated the bill to re quire Investment companies to put up 850000 security 08 to 22ITho jail at Lexington Is guarded by soldiers under command of Capt Long mire who obeys Gov Bcckharas or dare The State College appropriation was cut to 60000 half of which Is to go to u gl rIll dormitory and then passed the Senate I Justus Goebel says We have ar resttd and will attempt to arrest only such men as wo know wo can legally bang The bill requiring railroad compa nice to fence their lines as other prop erty owners are required to bo was passed by the House 71 to 7 At a Senate Quorum Dinner given by Senator Thomas ol Clark Senator G T Farris responded to tho toast Kentucky Womanhood The House passed a bill 00 to 2pro viding for tho taxation of the capital stock of banks for State county city town and taxing district purposes Justus Goebol sounds the keynote of the wish of every honest man when ho says I want no Innocent man to suffer and I shall see to It that no guilty man escapes Culton and Wbliiaker who were in ihe jail at Frankfort wero taken through the country to Louisville to avoid any attempt at rescue by the mountain soldiers As Senator Deboe would say the Legislature will adjourn sips die with out day next Tuesday and the members w111 cease drawing their per diem per day Cynlhtana Democrat Tbo bill making It unlawful for rail road fbtA panics to transport people free purposerpassed by a vote of 53 to 2L Tho Frazier Pure Food bill passed by a unanimous vote In tho House This bill requires that all adulterated foods be labeled showing the Ingredients It does not refer to proprietary medicines It had passed the Senate By unanimous consent too Senate re considered tho Triplett resolution op proprlallog 100000 to equip a note Strata guard and to bring back thti mu nitions of war from the mountain town 1nGov Beckbam has appointed Col David R Murray assistant adjutant general As soon as the now State government Is thoroughly organized Adjb Gen Castleman will resign and Col Murray will succeed him The House passed a bill to repeal the charters of the Farmers Bank and De posit Bank of Frankfort and the locatedfwere under an old charter which permitted them to lake advantage of the Hewitt law They will now bavp to pay tax us other State banks Does this mean Orr and KlnlrV When a man Is sent to the Legislature from a democratic county and Is elect ed to do what democrats want dono and throws his Influence and vote with the opposition what aro we to conclude Why In times like these we are bound to conclude that he Is bought ho has his hand In the L it N barl We call no names but calculate that these pussons will know their numbers Frankfort Democrat protdlbJfuraway with the secret ballot and return forks viva voce system The House ought to do so Immediately The se cret ballot system against which we urged the constitutional convention predictedof all our woes and wo will never have perfectly fair elections till wo get back to the good old way of voting Find a flaw If you can In the ARTIFICIAL TEETH we makequallty finish fit and yes prices and you can have your money buck Tbo work Is of such superior quality that wo havo no hesitation In making this statement Filling with finest amalgam or gold and extracting Is done without pain Durability of tbe work guaranteed We only use the finest materials Our fillings are works of art Teeth extracted 25 cents finest amalgam fills 75 cents fine gold fills 150 a good set of tenth IS All work dono by exports I Dn HOIISON Dentist Ofllce next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Office open at night I Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co- B f Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 0941071778 Liabilities 0184070724 Surplus SoG25G9322 The Best Iollcjr The Real opplicaticationR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky C5Ileferences Our Policy Holders WaiStillOn I And we will carry It far into the very heart of the Market with a Big Stock of SPRING GOODS I We will havo the Nobbiest line of Clothing and FurnishingsAn- dHats cliver seen in Danville at prices to please li a Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frobman Co Miller HIrsch Danville 91 A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY jl I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work II manship and material as will be attest forIJ DressedIg any H el S44GatSeSUeoe ooooooooooopoooooooo oooooooooooooo 00go 0 g DRUGGIST STANFORD g- g OPERA HOUSE BLOCK O Paintso0IT Special Attention Given to tho Compounding Prosclptloni Scientifically 0 0andwith Care 0 g Terms Cash Telephone No 27 o o Oflico Distance 0- On6RftTS Carpets sold by sample cut made and deMvercd In three days See oar large lice of mw amp ee Cotton Union and A Wool Ingrains Brussels Vel vets Moquetes AxmlnstersIBeautiful Patterns New Designs MATTINGS OIL CLOTHS Call and See Them H J MROBERTS t r e THE INTERIOR JGURN STANFORD KY MAR 13 190 w P WALTON DISGUISED the one with false wl kers and In tho uniform of a private soldier and the other with moustache and goatee shaven and also In soldiers uniform Caleb Powers exsecretary of State and John Davis Taylors private policeman on tho capltol square Frankfort came near getting their carcasses holding guilty consciences into the llth district and therefore a s they thought out of the chance of prosecution for the crime of being accessory before the fact in the assassination of Gov Goebel As our dispatches state warrants had been issued against them and others charging them with the heinous offense Sheriff Sutor of Franklin attempted to serve the pal pers but Taylor In his desire to shield all criminals himself the chlefest of them all bad called hlsjalthful militia to the rescue and denied the peace of a ficers admission to the executive build lag In which the men were That nlg at the connivanoe of Taylor a squad of soldiers startcd ast on the C O with the conspirators dressed as militiamen to take them back to the moun tains under their protection They succeeded in getting away from Frankfort but the flight of the scamps soon leaked out and Gov Beckham ordered Sheriff Doswortb and Capt Longmlrea company of State guards the raptaln having promised his allegiance to In tercept them at Lexington and take them at all hazards Justus Goebel l offered 81500 for their capture and when the train arrived at Lexington the officers made a dash for it and secured their men before the lieutenant could collect his Near Attorney Wal ter S Bronston Identified Powers even In his disguise and greatly assisted the officers who soon had them In jttU and also the lieutenant who showed fight after it was too late for him Flight Is not an entirely conclusive evidence of guilt but It is regarded by tho law as one of Its surest evidences and In this case there seems to be no room for reasonable doubt that Powers Is fully cognizant of the whole scheme of assassination atd an alder and abet tor of It The shot was fired from his office and be was Instrumental before and after the election in arousing the a instincts of the meanest element of tbet population Ho was among the first to say that if any attempt was made by the GoebelUes to steal the election or to falsify the returns trees would bear fruit that they had cover been known to before Ho seems to have been hoist on his own petard and the gallows he would have bullded for oth ers may be adorned with his own car cass In addition to a pardon for thec offense signed by that purchaser of assassins who usurps the office of ovtj ernor Powers had 81300 in money on his person showing that ho was out for a pretty long term Davis also had money and a socalled pardon The S men were taken without a struggle and Just as easy as rolling off a log prov leg that none of them will light even to escape the gallows which seems toc loom up In the distance for these men Taylor and the whole cowardly crew of murderers and cut throats Powers claimed that bo was fleeing to keeps from lying In jail awaiting a trial and not from any feeling of guilt He further said that the 100000 reward would procure evidence sufficient to hang any man TilE republican majority in the Na tional House has for lobe third consecu tlve term given the seat to W F Al drleh from the 4th Alabama district over a democrat who had been honestly elected This time It gives the seat orr Gaston A Robbins to him just because It could and not because of right andIJ justice The republicans always decide against democrats no matter bow good their claim and there is no particular row raised over it because everybody knows before hand what they will doC But when democrats assert their rights had get their dues as in the cases at Frankfort the goody goody roll their eyes In holy horror and the republicans rage worse than heathenst TILE LouUvllle Commercial heads a dispatch from Manchester saying that Mr Wilson had not yet made a formal demand of Judge Brown for the office thus Judge John H Wilson dead The wish may bu father totho lie but the rads will tied that John Henry is the demmedest moist corpse they ever saw before ho gets through with the business bo has undertaken under the law IT Is quite suspicious that the McI Chord railroad bill was stolen exactly as It was two years ago just as it was to be enrolled Fortunately only a copy had been used in the House RndI the original was filed away This was found and the bill was enrolled Gov Beckham has signed tho bill and It Is now a law TilE Richmond Pantograph and Lon don Echo editors are like two souls with but a single thought o that is their editorials are so much alike even can note tell them partI has added another link to of lawless and revolu LITYLOIt that have put to shame of any former usurper and defender of assassination Acting under orders for him the sher iff of Franklin was denied admission to the executive building to serve war rants on his accessories lu tbo murders of Gov Goebel by his soldiers who blocked the entrance with bayonets This last act of infamy but strengthens the conviction of his own guilt and taken with the other evidences of It Is sufficient to hang him much less wart rant his arrest for complicity In the crime The further fact that each of the men arrested at Lexington carried a pardon from him Is another strong link in the chain of certainty of his guilt which he has forged around bis cowardly carcass Let him be arrost cd and tried and there Is little doubt that his neck will pay the forfeit for the crime It is high time we had done parleying with criminals Taylor and the whole suspected creW should be In felons cells to answer to the outraged law and If they can not be taken In ono way they can In another Dead or alive let the reward for their capture read ItGOV BECICHAMS right to the office clinched again Judge Emmett Field of Louisville suggested and selected by the republicans be cause of his eminent capacity as a lawyer and his unswerving Integrity as a jurist decided Saturday that the courts have no right to Interfere In the matter as the decision of tbe contest board and Legislature U final The latter is a coordinate branch of tbe govern ment and the courts can not set aside or inquire intu Its actions in matters where the Legislature Is acting Inside its jurisdiction nor have the courts power to inquire Into the doings of tho Legislature oven where fraud and con spiracy are charged The legislative journal can not be impeached and Its record must be taken as absolute This Is exactly what the democrats contended for and for which their JawyeraI argued Theresult is another victory for the party which during all tbe present stirring and discreditable times to tbe State and country has stuck to tbe law and In every contention been sustained by it It is tho republican leaders who have defied the law ands substituted force and assassination TAYLOR has issued a statement to tbo people of Kentucky reviewing theIJ J contest for governor and declaring that conspiracy has been formed to fastenJ ho assassination of Gov Goebel on republican State officials and that if ho can prevent It the blood of innocent ndn shall not be shed There Is no I danger of the Innocent suffering The treat danger for Taylor and his cow ardly band of assassins la that the gull ty will suffer and it is for that reason be la to disturbed and so reckless In his disregard of lavrGov BECKHAM you have been do lared tbe governor by the constituted authorities and we are looking to you of o end the miserable business at Frankfort Summon enough men to scourge S Taylor and his measly band of assassins and cut throats from the temple and take possession The people are with ouTHE LATEST I LOUISVILLE Mch 13 0 A lolNo arrests Charles Finley was in 25 Michigan Saturday conferring with State officials at Lansing John Pow era whereabouts unknown but Is said aid to have started to Tennesse1J All quiet at Frankfort Beckham will be conservative until appellate court acts and will then if decision Is favorable take the State offices by It for o If necessary C D LOUISVILLE March 10 Warrants were sworn out at Frankfort for the arrest of Caleb Powers the republican claimant of the office of secretary of State Charles Flnley former secreta of State John L Powers of Bar 8 bourvllle brother of Caleb and captain G the Barbourvilld company which went to Frankfort with the mountain eors William H Culton a clerk in the office of exauditor J S Sweeney and Capt John Davis a private policeman Statehouse square Culton was tatken Into custody The raenoro ed as accessories before the fact to the wllfull murder of Gov Goebel The Commonwealth claims to havo evidence Iat the assassin was selected from 25 moo by the drawing of beans in the ofIfico of Caleb Powers and that the one who drew the black bean fired the fatal shot T B Cromwell theClnelnnatlI Frankfort se evidence upon which the warrants for the assassin conspirators wOre sworn out He got tho points In Whitloy and says that a number were in Powers office when the shot was fired Capt Longmire tins under orders of ov Beckham taken charge of all tho arms and ammunition in Lexington be longing to the State guard companies Capt Calhoun who commands anothulI the Lexington companies recognize Gov Bcckhams orders AtIFrankfort rumors that an attempt would be made to seize Gov Beckham caused the mayor of Frankfort to staI tlon a heavy guard about tho Capital Hotel Several reports have been circulated that Taylor has skipped to London supplleaIpped F LOUISVILLE Mar 12W L Haze lip steward titLakeland Asylum was arrested this affcropon charged with conspiracy In the assassination of Gov Goobol Ho is from Glasgow Junction Caleb Powers and John Davis were brought to the jail hero this afternoon Capt John Powers of Barbourvlllo and Charles Finley are still at largo and will likely keep themselves scarce The body of Gov Goebel was assign cd to the earth this afternoon Speaking of the examining trials of the accused assassins County Attorney Polegrove of Franklin sayrfthat none- w11 be held as long as Taylors militia or armed mob is In Frankfort When those soldiers are withdrawn we will take up the matter but not before ADDITIONAL LOCAL 2110 NCoffey gavo Hawk Jones colored 10 days In jail and flied him 823 yesterday for cart- Ing concealed weapons A GERMAN gamed Langham living near Ottenbeim bad his hen house re lieved of 16 chickens Sunday night ana telephoned for Dink Farmer blood hounds but he did not take them DEATH Preston the aged mother of William and J L Beck of this county died in Wayne county of pneumonia She was 70 years old and a splendid woman At the residence of Cicero Reynolds uncle of the bride In Stanford at 730 last night Mr Oscar L Haney of Cincinnati 0 and Miss Annie Moore of Danville were made one by Rev R R Noel TilE St Asaph Hotol Is being papered and kalsomlned throughout and when completed It will be a thing of beauty Belden Bros are doing the work and Manager Mark handle says they are giving entire satisfaction TILE Goobel monument fund grow slowly We halo received since last report when wo had 84475 C Robinson 100 Willie Gordon Traylor 1 00 Frankle Doty Traylor 100 AGTSmlth 100 Q R Jones 100 I AM receiving my spring and ummer goods and you are cordially invited to call in and see my handsome stock In addition I am agent for tbet neat Globe Tailoring Co of Clncln at1 and the Ryan Tailoring Co of- lhtcago and will take accurate meal ree for suits pants or overcoats for those reliable firms I can give you a nice suit for little money H C tupleyaIX the county court yesterday N B Hays qualified as administrator of Jno Brackett and J D Moore of the estate of James F Moore Dr J U Owsley as trustao for John O Reid and Dr Reid qualified in his stead Jno R Edmlston took the oath as police judge Crab Orcbard Judgo Bailey appoints Hall Anderson J E Wright and J Murphy to appraise and report on school site condemned by Supt Gar land Singleton In the Turner v11e dlsI trict CIRCUIT COUUT adjourned Friday af moon after disposing of a largo num ber of cases The grand jury returned Indictments and seven men wore sent to the penitentiary during the term Tom Welch who bad previously been given ono year for stealing Ittlea was tried for robbing Miss DIshon of SO cents and bad two more years added to his stay In Frankfort Joe Claunch and George Dawson caught for two years each for breaking Into the barn of J M Carter and stealing therefrom The Cincinnati Southern took an appeal In the case of Hall Anderson against It and J E Wright lost out In his suit against the Illinois Central Sheriff S M Owens was allowed 22 for waiting on the court and Jailor W Dol3ord ell The jury claims amounted to W6S0 which was 350303 more than Trustee G L Penny had and a requisition was made on the J auditor for the amount MORE than 30 couples attended the p at Waltons Opera House Friday f night and all bad a lovely time The boys who bad just learned bow to trip tho light fantastic were on hand very unanimously and did well for the have been learn ort time that they which showed that either Charley Carson is a mighty fine teacher or ho had very excellent scholars The following young ladles danced Misses Misses Mary and Lena Bruce Ada Shelton Allio Fish Annie E Bright Annie B Engleman Sue and Annie Belle Woods Wllllo V Dawson Pearl Burnsldc Tovls Carpenter Nell Mer shon Ophelia Lackey Kate Alcorn Isabella Bailey Nannie Vandovcori Mary D Dudderar Della Poland Net tie Wray and Mrs G C Keller Mrs Dexter Ballou Mrs J M Alycrson a J H Yeager Mrs W A Trlb The gentlemen who took part re L R Hughes Preston and John cc Victor Ballot Robert Coffey Morris Farris Dr R A Jones C OWins T H and John Shanks TV It Warren G A MoRoberts Robt Woods C C Carson G C Ieller- wan and George Saufley Walter Walker W h Tribble Ream Leach man S J Embry Jr Ashby Warren Robert Bruce Hill Forrest McClary John Jr Bourne Van Arsdalo Pearson Miller Homer Wray Gcorgo Ellis Lewis and Ed Doty 1 LKTCHBR OWSLKY Esq Is being favorably mentioned for elector for this district and If he gets his dues be will certainly be chosen He Is the kind a democrat to honor being ono uc any and all circumstances with taint of suspicion of mugwumpery sympathy with the other side Lincoln county will be glad to show her appro elation of him TILE reception given by Miss Anne Hartwell Shanks In honor of she C w1 D M of Lincoln county and Junction City Saturday afternoon was attended by 60 members and was In every sense a delightful occasion to them Mca dames Alice CloydLou Shanks J W Hayden and Carroll Shanks and Miss Fannie Shanks nsslsicd Miss Anne In receiving and adding to tbo pleasure of the guests The rooms were beautif- Ully decorated with palms and curna tlons Cards upon which questions pertaining to the society had been pritttcd warp distributed and the la dies asked to answer them Several gave them correctly and in the cut for the pretty society pin Mrs V B Morse of Hunlonvlllo wow Light reo freshment elegantly prepared and served were enjoyed Misses Vlrglo Plckott Anna Cook and Etta Belle Cloyd served the tea All the preach ers having a board In his church were Invited and Revs Pinkerton Hagan Allen and Mills were present Everyone pronounced it a most enjoyable oc caslon and left with greater love for the work and for the indefatigable worker who had go beautifully enter mined them LAND AND STOCK Eight shoats for sale Craig t Hocker Mark Hurdle has bought 15 calves lately at about 815 Lutes Co sold a car load of plain cattle at Paris at 828 Dr Hugh Reid sold to W Y Curr a maro mule for 8100 Joab ftgnoy sold to J D Battln a bunch of boilers at 3 35 Lutes Co Moreland have a lot of good baled hay for sale G S Shelby told to Johnson ot Boyle 100 fat hogs at lie Brady Terryl bought of W H Murphy some boilers at 4c W I Herrin sold to J N Moncfce 27 short yearlings at 822 50 Bcazlcy Bros bought several livery horses yesterday at U50 to 875 W L McCarty sold to R C Dodder Ir a pair ot mare mule for 8225 John Cash sold to J C Johnson of Boyio a bunCh of fat hogs at 3o A C Dunn will advertlso English Hunter his fine saddler In a few dRyt E P Woods bought the good jack Jryan at tbo Faulconcr talc paying 225 for him W A Coffey bought of David Glv ms heirs 25 acres of land adjoining his farm at 15 John G Lynn and W Loran Wood ought in Pulaiki a bunch of calves at 81750 and a lot of hogs at 4o C C Carpenter of Uusunvllle who hal been In Kansas In the cattle bust ness sold 150 good onus at life WE hnAO three nice young jacks now ready for service Will sell reasonable Powell k Harper Hustonvlllo F P Bishop sold to W B Burke of Tennessee a bull call for 850 and to Eugeno Pope of Boyle one for 80 Bales Si Robb bavo about 1000 lambs purchased for Juno and July delivery at Iii to 6c Winchester Democrat W T Tucker sold to J G Lynn a bunch of two yearold cattle at 838331 and to J T Blngaman a Hereford bull call for 840 C T Sandldgo says be will have his great saddle stallion Preston hero borso show Look out for his ped- Igree in these columns- Wilkinson d Allen sold to F P Com best three bull calves for 878 to W M Myers some butcher cows at 31e and to Wai Beck 23 good yearlings at lie R L Hubble bought of Wm Lair of Garrard a jack for 8175 and sold ono to a Louisiana man for 8165 Mr Hubble refused 8500 for his tine fouryear old jack the other day- MULEsTOWORII have a lot of good strong young mules that I will let out to be worked until Aug 1 Apply to E W Lee on tbo Gran Cecil farm on Salt river Boyle countye W W Lyon bought of K T Pollev five short yearlings at 818 60 three of H at 810 and sold to W P Tate four 050pound steers at 4o He sold to Henry Garton four mules for 8300 and to Preacher Coleman a horse Bros sold five work mules Monday at 8125 Dr J B Robarda of Burgln has just delivered 50 mules to Samuel Forsy tbo Four of them were fouryearolds and brought1150 each Tho rest wore yearlings and were sold at from 8110 to Harrodsburg Democrat There were about 400 cattle hero yesterday but scarcity of Iced made the demand not great The best bunch sold was bought ot Poynter of Cumberland by J S Owsloy Sr at close to 6c Thero were 35 of them J M Roberts sold 27 yearlings at 820 and a bun h of calves at ua J G Lynn Jr bought of J C Poppies 10 calves at 820 S A Moore bought of JC Hay 21 000 pound steers at4ic George Wood sold 12 735pound steers at4fc Horses were dull but a Ollmbqr of mules brought 870 to 8115 ICYCLES REPAIRED l Most lllcyclo Storo In Central Kentucky We any break In n llloy clo Workmanship Guaranteed DANVILLE PYOLE CO 115 and St Danville Ky New Boarding House I hue morel Into Mrs Kale OiulJcrira house on Lunmter mrcet ant ate irupareil lo furnish good board by day week or month at reasonable prlcw Ttrjthfng new and clean Hood table and bed rooms SpcoUl dlnnen on Court Dai till S 8 Y AXTIfI HERE IS THE s WINDUPOf Our HalfPrice Sale THE LOUISVILLE STORE The extraordinary values presented In this sale created lively buy- Ing during the entire solo despite the unprBpItloua weather which prevailed mot of the tlmo The keenest interest was manifested by wide awako buyers all being lmprcsad with the fact that everything was being old remarkably cheap This talo will continue this week Profit making Is not in view we want to clean out at much stock a possible agar ess Of Cost I Let It go and give the people Bargains and make room lot tho big stock of Spring Goods that will be In on us this week Yard wide Brown Cotton Dg C 4c a big line of Light and Fancr Calicoes only 4c Hooiler Cotton yard wide only 8e the beat apron checked Gingham only 6c a big Ipt of Percale lOc ont 12c quality we have put them on the market at Oc 7Ie and tOe Outing Goth we told at 7c Sib sad lOo now marked down to 4 Jc 7Jo and 8c one lot of long ileore Vests for Ladles 20c quality now marked down to lie to clear A Few Pieces Boys Under wear cheap at 25c going at 15c One lot of Men Wool Pocks to close at lOc Mens Negligee Shirts on ly 35c good silk finished Suspenders only 15c Men heavy Slips only 23c they are worth 35c thrco yard Laco Curtains only 4Sc Window Shade IOc25c 35c antI Soc Remember we are head quarters for carpet sill Matting see our lno before you buy S OESChildren Shoe Cs to 5s only 23c Children a Shoo 8s to 123tc School Shoes 4Sc Ladles Patent Tip tonnes 21 to 4 50c Ladles Patent Tip Laco Shoes OSc Mens Buckle Plow Shoes 75c Mens Fine SliDeS cheap at fl25 our price UBe Alew pairs of all wool Jeans Pant at 55c Mens Lined Jeans Pant only KSc one lot of Mens Corduroy Pants worth f176 clearing price f124 Joys I neo Pant lOc Ulack Cheviot Suits for men only I2VS If you want the beet wearing Shirt made give us your order and have them mailo to fit by the White Swan Shirt Co LOUISYILLESTORE J Salinger Bros Pros 0 THOS D KANEY Manager NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE Covered with Aluminum See It beforo buying any other Tho Dower SelfHalting Roaster And Bakers roastingtHiggins McKinney Colo bus Buggy Gos Bug gies Also Troy and Moyer Makes Call and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILLAssists the Liver Nature will ilo tho Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR Tlio Best Liver Kidney 1tnd tearhaOuro Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the groat majority of ailments caused by a Torpid Liver DOES NOw 1TAT7SBATE OR GRIPE r nut acts gently on the liver IB doses in u box for 25c Try It onco and you will never be without It II For Balo by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky The NEW LtLTM BIEIES STA RID J A ALLEN GO Contractors and Builders Stanford I We 1m ve opened up a Lumber Yard on Lower Main Street oppaslto Dr T IL Cooks Wo will keep on nil kind of Ilulldlnf Slutcrlal such lu Doors Said Illlmlu Flooring Ceiling Siding Yellow Ilno Ciuilng and Ilnio Corner Rocks Ilao lllockH llrnckeu MoldingLathsWire Fence lost and In fact ovcryth nit tint U In a Urnclass Lumber yard Call and us It will bo to your advantage J A ALLEN CO DANVILLE KENTUCKY Tailor SuitsT- o begin with wo claim to oflering better vnluca in Suits now than over before Thi iia strong claim to make in such a boom year Wo court investigation Wo were lucky in finding tailors who had bought their materials before tho big advances that is how wo do it- oW call special attention to a lino of Eton Suite raado of all wool homespun in Gray and Tan and nil wool Vcnitiutu in Tan Castor National Blue and Black Double breasted tn Silk lined Coate and Box Pleated Skirts at 81250 Also n lino made of extm fine Vcnitian beautifully tailored dip front Itouilk lined Coat Box pleated Skirts in Pearl Gray Tan Castor Military Blue and Black nIsI iii Covert Cloth Theso will compare favorably with any 520 Suit you can find Theo arc 81500 Other Suits wo have up to 830 Moro than 100 now Suit from which to select All changes and alterations nro done tree of all charge and lone properly Try t- ieSeparate Skirts About 20 new and attractive Separate Skirt1n xjbolline Cheviot Mo hairs and Broadcloths from 84 to 810 each now ideas en- tirelyPetticoatsI Wo have now on Kilo the mot attractive line of medium price Underskirts ever shown and ell at very low prices We have had the best styles of ox peneivo Silk Skirts duplicated in Mercerized Sattcen std Luslrar 125Skirt made of mercerized Sateen with deep corded edge rufi- loI0Sono material only made with 15 inch accordion pleated ruffle x250Mndo of finest Lustral Cloth with 15 inch accordion plotted ruf llo in Black nose Blue and Purple 8350 Made of Lustral in black and colors made with accordion pleat with rnlllo at edge of pleating and dust rulllo underneath just like tho 812 Hilk Skirt Lisle Thread Vests 15 Cts Wo put on sale today 40 dozen Ladies Lido Thread silk taped Summer fcetsntl5c These are subject to alight imperfections Como or send for thcjo very soon as they will sell f- astDress Goods Wo have about 20 patterns very handsome novelty Summer Dross Goods which you will not sco elsewhere These nro in Pastel Colored Vcnitians Silk Warp Crcpons Silk Crepes and other now weaves from 82 to 83 per yard Lino of very rich finish Venetian cloth at 8250 Colored Broad clouts at 812 Silk Yap Henriettas 8125 preach ClmllicsSOc and 05c 60inch all wool Cassimcro for Suits and Skirts nt 75c Special quality Chev iot in Blue Brown and Black at GOc n yard More In Fridays Interior Journal Danville Kentucky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky MAR 13 IQOO E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TILE beet materials combined with goodreeulte PennyDrug PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Dlt J D OWELEY il sicK MIt AND Mns n E LEE SIMS are with relatives In LexingtonoHON P M from Frankfort this morning Mil U E LITTLE of Richmond Is hero on business and pleasure MR 8 IL MARTIN one of Rockcas tles beet men was hero yesterday LIUE MOORE of Casey spent several days with Ills slater Mrs Ed Wilkin son Mil W F AliRAHAM and Hst rMIls EastEodMISSES EDNA CAMNITZ and Anna Crowe of Huslonville were hero Sat urday Mn AND MRS R P ADAMS went to Lexington Saturday to see her mother who 1s III Q R JONES ono of Casey solid democrats was here Saturday to see Dr R A Jones MR AND MRS NEWMAN BURKE of Owtnsboro are with her sister Mrs J W Baughman J W BASTIN of PIttsburg spent Sunday with his little daughter Ka tie at the College MISSES EDNA AND LEE POWELL of the West End paid this office a pleas ant call yesterday slits JULIA WARE of Saufley has been conllncd to her room for several weeks with heart trouble MR AND MRS WALLACE WALTER of Kingavlllc spent several days with his sister and brothers hero MISSES LOUISE AND SARAH PAINE will entertain a number of their little friends from 2 to 4 I M Saturday Miss ANNIE E PHILIPS has return ed from the city whores ho has been buying her spring and summer goods Mil E P WOODS wont over to Mll Icrbburg Saturday to see hU grand AlleniLone Star State and Is now living In PulaskI was with relatives hero last week MR DAN DOLMANS many friends were glad to see him well enough to come down from Crab Orchard to court yesterday prottdaughterDanville la the guest of MUscs Sallla and Ilattyo Duddorar of Rowland TllOSK sterling democrats B F Robinson James Clark T B Robin eon and Sweeney Morgan were in to- sco us yesterday to talk overtbe eltua clan M J MUNDAY who was hurt recent ly by jumping from bli engine Is with his sister Miss Mary Monday and J Monday W T Flannagan is also wit them MR AND MRS C C Fox of Dan vlllo wcro hero Saturday and Mr Fox was much Interested in the dispatches wo wero receiving from Louisville and Frankfort Mn Gus HOFMANN of Crab Orchard Springs passed through Friday on his way to Indianapolis Ho says there aro a round dozen patients at the Keeloy Institute REV AND MRS R E C LAWSONof Springfield arrived yesterday and last nlgbt Mr Lnwsbn began a meeting at the Pieabyicrlan church which will have two services allay In the forenoon and at night Tin Mlddlesboro News says that J RoaoReidand will locate there The Magic City will gain an excellent young businessman by the arrangement MR AND MRS JOHN TAAYLORS anliPranklethe Ciocbcl monument fund They ar not over flue years of ago and wo ar sera are the youugest contributors the State JOE S RICE who was presentment thNationaltltutlonha9and contains pictures of a number of eayItLOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work WEDDING presents at Hamiltons GARDEN Suede t kinds Warren Shanks DALTON is headquarters for good watch work PEW Indian game cockerels for sale J E Farris Stanford D M FERRYS garden seed in pack ago and bulk at HlgglnsMcKInnoys Go to tho old Myers House stable court doysjond got your horses fed and good shooing 11ktH Baughraan d Co F ONION sets at Warren Shanks SEED Potatoes at Warren ft Shabks FOIt puro maple syrup go to mil fir Decks NICE lino of mat dage raga So at Beazloy Have JUST received a carload of flooring and telling A C Sine HAVE your watch or clock repaired at Embry Englemans at Pennys drug store A VERY tine spell of weather which began a week ago is still on with the mercury at 50 this morning Tim fine weather has started farming operations and the crowd in town yes terday was not so large on account of it OLD WRIS1DWeath crford has a contract for lull control and sale of Old Mock Whisky in Hue tonvllle II C Mock ADOUT the 10th of Airrllwill have a largo assortment of flowers for sale at D W Vandeveers store room in rear of post olllce Mrs Wallace Var non 0 GORDON ILLA telegram announc es that Gen Gordon is sick in bed in Atlanta and his lecture in Danville must be Indefinitely postponed Advo cate TUB Salinger bohave stores at many points Including Stanford will open one at Danville March 31st They are fine business men and thoroughly reliable Miss DORA who now 1sthe city will bo homo In a few days with a fine lino of millinery which she and her sister Miss Minnie will be glad to have you call and see ARRESTED A report comes that E K Wilson charged with the murder of Mary Cloyd at London has been rested on a charge of tampering wit the jury wheel in Rockcastlo county WANTED 100 buggies surries phaetons and nil kinds of vehicles to paint and repair All kinds of car riage repairing at prices you can all stand W J Romans Lancaster Ky SHERIFF M OWENS will take the eaves Negroes convicted at the recant term of court to the penitentiary to morrow Jonn S Goode D q Pey tonand M G Reynolds will go as guards CUT tight Crab Orchard Sunday afternoon in which James Kennedy Thomas Lunsford and H R partPowellthe side lIe claims that Kennedy cut him IN attempting to ford Dix River Hughfbad a narrow escape The wagon was washed a long ways down the stream ono horse was drowned but by almost superhuman efforts Mr Scargont saved himself and children from a watery grave THE fishing club met at the court house Friday night when most of th Oodd members were present and number of committees wero appointed No olllcors have been i reservoih r t and a number of other Improvement made Another meeting will bo held Wednesday night Tim Odd Follows had a bill tlmo at Danville last night wnen eaves can didates wore Initiated Twentytwo went item hero CO camo from Ear rodsburg and a number were also ent from the Lancaster and Lexington lodges Grand Muster Hess Gran Secretary R G Elliott and Grand SIro M J Durham wore present A banquet wound up the evening A KNIFE WITH A I1ISTOUYMr M T Russollof Mlllcdgevllle has a knife which ho is satisfied was used In a killing some 65 or 70 years ago It is a French dirk and Is a dangerous looking weapon but Mr Russell carries It for farm uso Instead of protection Along In the forties two French lrlah gentle men named McClelland lived on the Wyatt Sandldgo place now owned by Mrs Mary Johnson and In a tight which seems to have boon the result of jealousy ono of them stubbed the other to death with a French dirk and throw the knife In a cavo on tho farm Mr Russell knew of tho circumstance and Greshamncave ho readily it Thouhorn on duringelie present owner who loVes relics thinks none the lose of It on that ac count and would not sell It for what It originally cost- STALLED IN TIlE TUNNEL About 11 oclock Friday tbo report came over tho telephone that a wreck had just occurred In Kings Mountain tunnel and that 30 persons were killed As soon as we could wo communicated with W L McCartv there and learned that tho trouble had been greatly exaggerated Gentry Bros dog and pony show was being South on a train drawn by two engines The smoke and gas In Kings Mountain tunnel proved too much for Engineer OBrlon and FIre man Lclghtcr of tho second engine and feeling that they flvero about to bo overcome cut off This stalled the train and It remained Inside for awhile but finally got out The show men wen greatly frightened thinking that u serious wreak had occurred and- one man died from fright All wore more or less overcomn and tour bad to be taken to a hospital OBrien and Lclghter woro soon resuscitated and taken to their homes In Ludlow and Lexington The trouble caused consid erable delay In that ant other trains but attar a few hours the Gentry train was on Its way again 200 Business And Pleasure Horses 200 25th Sale April 12 13 and 14 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulcol ler Pror 671ghorrexlkelroiu t h all over the fixate to nESTeuh146eJ ate la the South Iiadog roWtentbmxoxgerourxlockL l rt light Buren numerous SaUfactorytft eo1ered tuck prl trouble Enter roantack here xad you will have no Writeto aDlwe r tenon lbone Urotllle Ky rtTretx roo Just Received I A large and wellselected stock of HAASOf the latest Styles Young men are especially Invited to call and ex SsIamino our stock r W ES PERKINSCrab Ky i n Comparisons Are Odious O everyparticularwill guarantee their excellence from points of Style SurpassAnyWe will guarantee each point distinctlyno generalizing Remember that general weabsolutelyGOOD WEARERSReturn them and as to style that is evident when once you seo them Having had thehDOUGLAS 106Are the best on earth All of the new shapes and shades at3 and flkSo equal to any 5 shoe made Cummins McClary ICaehClothiers and Furnishers Spring flas Gorne And finds us showing an Immense stock of bright fresh Wash Goods Our Enroideries And Laces Have always been tne prettiest shown In Stanford anti this season cannot be rivaled anywhere DRAPaWe have many now things to show in youwantSATIN STRIPE CHALLIESI- n entirely new patterns they are big sellers and very popular for shirtwaists Our Ready Made Skirts FancyMercerizedlatest styles JOHN P JONES Stanford s Tow Dress Gaaus Alna Silks We have just placed on sale a very GoodsinNew Silk Jacquards Chev iots Serges Crepes Melrose Poplins in Blacks New Black and Colored Silk in all the new weaves SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House Zeigler Brothers Shoes CollegeWILLIAM Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils andClassifiedFor admission call on AIRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal r x TIE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford a tecendClau matter 3 ublialao3Tuo9 e kya 4j343rrtAatr I n 1 PER YEAR CASH s When not aopaldfflSOO will be charged QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South pee Junction City No- ou not atop 8 1150 r No5 1122 x No 9 bAt r u Going South No 2 downt stop No 4 II tt No 1HS r No 6Ail FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI TralneleaTe Frankfort atq50 AX 340 PM and O 1 Retuinin4leave lartsatYe30 AxL and 34- P II Y after connecting with Q k O tralo at 1120 A 7l0rgextand 9U PM- ihlaltr tole lava J n U 13w NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Corbin aspires to be a fifth class town Mrs Mary Robertson Mooro dledID Boylo aged 78 Wm Beattle aged 83 died at Som i erset last week Tho Somerset P H Journal Is nowa yearling and a good ono tooJPorryvlHo Masons have bought ground and will build a ono hall Frank Wilson was crushed to death In Bell county while snaking saw logllI Jos Hammonds has been anpolnted postmaster at Hammond In KnoX county The Pulaski fiscal court will cut tho salaries of tho various county officials at Its next meeting The Barboarvlllo Pathfinder has suspended publication for tho present be cause Its press Is broken DoBords homo In Casey was fReubenby fire and most of his house hold goods were consumed Mr Gilbert thinks ho has a good show of getting a public building ap propriation for Lawrenceburg Lafayette Long was run over by a train and killed at Cumberland Falls Station on the Cincinnati Southern railroad J W Kirby republican candidate for assessor In Rockcastle Is attending school and studying like a youth says the Signal Air Gilbert filed petitions asking that postofflces bo established at Ham mends Creek Anderson county and Lucas Hill Shelby cqunty East Bernstadt Is Incorporated but it has had no officers Steps have been taken In view of the lawlessness thereto appoint trustees and have W H Sandnsky made police Judge Judge Borelng presented to the Souse B menTorlal from tho G A R post at Somerset asking the passage of the bill to establish a Soldiers Home near Johnson City Tenn Mrs A D Flora wife of the marble merchant and member of tho Ken tuckv Colonel died nt tho St Jo eephs Hospital Lexington from an operation Sho had been bed ridden for six years Mr Flora was formerly a resident of Lincoln county NOTICEsWatches cleaned cta fiocka from 2So to I In watches and docks 73c All work Stain eri0 arte A I work and guar in loe tD lame cut prices laoForcaahonly at rcehleoC on ltUIJf 1iZtLenter street JG+ YJcH f t1NDEItC AltER Manufacturer and Dealear In HABN3S5 SADDLERY SO FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will tell or exchange for u email farm In the vicinity of Stanford a house and oyb acres of ground on VanArsdale Avenue Stantordknown nS the Watts placo I will partlcularaU K L RIMS Stanford Ky fbnth ern Mutual mimi Compan- yOf Lexington Ky FUn INSUBANOEJREVEESED WI rAT While You Live Old Lisa Companies PIT When You Die Orcc tiOJOOO paid In living beneflU- OrerfM000ReerTeand Surplus BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I I With Vlta iud Air Physician In attend ance Offlc la the New Thompson Bulldog I11 MARCHING TO THE FRONT IS CLARENCE COLEMANS REGIMENT 1J t TilE PHILIPPINES EL DEPOSITO P I Feb 3Theadquarters and tho 3rd Battalion o tho 41st are now at El Deposito tbo headquarters of our brigade commander Brig Gen Hall The 41st Is brig aded with some halt dozen or more regiments and forms tho 1st brigade ol the second division 8th army corps or rather wo did belong to the above make up Wo havo been transferred to Gen Grants division which Is up North Wo leave here tomorrow Sunday for Angeles somo 65 or 70 miles North of here I say Angeles as that is tiio latest no telling whore It will be tomorrow Anyhow we leave early tomorrow morning over the Ma nila Dagupau II H for tho North This war Is going to be pushed from this date on and tho Americans meal to clean up overy band of Insurrcctos ladrones etc In fact everything they come across not friendly to our flag add I see where they are right as notl fog can be gained In the continued prolongation of the strife There are several bands of ladronca operating up In Northern Luzon and le for that purpose wo are sent Tbcso ladrones aro the lowest typo of tho FI1 plnos and their main object Is pilfer and murder for gala They oven murder helpless women and children There are also still a few real insurrcc tos In these parts but Gen Grant In tends to mako them scarcer Gen Fred D Grant Is a son of theI great civil war hero I soldiered awhile under Gen Grant at Chickamauga In the summer of OS Tho troops are nowI moving around as they have never moved before and I predict that theI result will be an early cessation of ho- stllidesthough certain American sheets have bad this war ended almost since the outbreak Tho PhilippineAmerican war will b3 ono year old tomorrow the first shot having been fired at midnight Feb 4 1800 Where Is the once glorious andI widely paraded Filipino Republic It is hiding with Its maker Agulnaldo I hopo that soon this war will have passed Iqto history as tho sooner It Is ended the sooner we volunteers will be released I never exactly enlisted to fight but to shirk nothing and take cvIerything as it comes But one in this clime must be on guard of his health as far as one possibly con as the death rate is something astonishing The death rAte at tho First Reserve Hos pital at Manila Is eight a day The above Is only one of the many military hospitals In tho Philippine Islands Company B of of tho 41st has eight men in the hospital besides several marked quarters The diseases most prevalent now seem to be malaria and mumps Of course a good many of tho soldiers bring sickness and death upon themselvesThe Hancock sailed last week with the bodies of 500 dead soldiers Many of these were killed Inaction white many wero the victims of deadly fevers known only In tbo trop ics We have been on tho target rapgo or most of the week doing tarlotIshooting Have been out on Mule bikes already T guess wo will Ike now for a while for all it is worth We are not likely to bo at any place long at a time as changes are more conducive to the health and behavior of the troops CLARENCE COLEMAN PflEYEfirED A TRAGEDY Timely information given Mrs George Long of few Sitralurllle Ohio prevented a dreadful dyandaated two lira frightful rough bad ong kept her awake every night She had tried nany remedies and doctor but itwijlly grew worn urged to try Dr King New moronry One dllewhollycmtral bet and ehe writes this mr lout medicine aluo cured Mr long ofa letere at tack of Pneumonia Such cure aropaitlveproof- theor mitchltM merit of this grand remedy for urlng all throat chest and lung troubles Only and II Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottle reo at Iennya Drug Store MORELAND Wm Aiken of Mlllcdtrovlllc died unday of pneumonia aged 40 years Deceased was well known throughout the entire countv and was a man noted for iila many kind acts steadfast de mocracv and sterling qualities With the exception of three years spent In Louisville In his early manhood his entire life was spent In this county Ho leaves a wife and grown son George and was a brother of George D R LelrlslaturoTo say that Bill Aiken will not be nilss disputedbitimes to the needy and gave employment to a great many men by his various enterprises Verily a good man Is gono BISKARCKS ROM VERVE Wu the mull of hit splendid health Indomlt ble will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach IJrerKldneya and Uowela are out f order wet thou qualltlri and the aucjn they bring use Dr Klnga New Life They develop every power of brain and bevy Only 2Iot 1eonya drug atore Wyman King a Negro was hanged at Pensacola Fla for the murder of his sweetheart Ho helped erect the gallows and when tho work was finish od Jokingly suggested that another No gro be put on first as a test fMy mother suffered with chronic dlar hoea for several months Sho was attended by two physicans who at last pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25 cent bottle of Chamberlains 3ollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and five doses gave her permanent relief take pleasure In recommending It as the best on the market Mrs F E Watson llkpn Ala Sold by Craig sir Ilocker druggists Stanford Ky BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Capt G Y ONcal a prominent ho tel mlll of Versailles IB dead tA Negro guilty of criminal assault was killed by members of his own fact In Mississippi According to Carons directory for 1000 tbo population of Louisville It 232200 an Increase of 6522 over last yearJohn Powdorly of Indianapolis shot his wife to death because sho wouldnt take In washing and than ended his own miserable existence Forty seven bodies havo been taKen from thu Red Ash minis at Flro Creek W Va The search still continues though It is believed only two more bodies remain Dr Curran Pope tho specialist makes atlldavlt that E B Nugent has lost his mental faculties He Is charged with disposing of his stock of goods to defraud his creditors George Dove who last November killed Joo Jones by chopping his head off with an axe was acquitted at Glas gow on proof that Jones had been Inti motowlth Doves wlfo Forty female students of Indiana University at Bloomington are In quarantine They atteneed a recep tion Friday night of lass week and ono of their number has developed smallpox The most important of tho 52 opin ions delivered by the court of appeals Saturday was that refusing the appeal of the circuit clerks to compel the auditor to pay money duo them from tho State and hold back because of the clerks Illegal collections of fees In leI ony cases The validity of the Kentucky antitrust statute was uphold in the reversal of a decision of the Whit ley circuit court 0 YOLCAHIC EHUPTIOKS JojrMuckleaa ChlPIIlInotUriTM out Paint end Aches Only a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Penny IrruirgUU j POLITICIANS AND POLTICS lIon E J Phelps Clevelands min- Ister to England died at New Haven Conn On Swords Creole In Virginia Dukr Horton a one armed Confederate veteran was shot from ambush and dan gcrously wounded i In Virginia the Palmer and Buckner bolters will nbt bo permitted to partic ipate In the conventions to elect dole gates to the Kansas City convention CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Revs J W Wheeler and D IC Slaughter two well known Baptist evangelists of this section arc now on gaged in a great meeting at Big Cllfty Hart county Up to last accounts there had boon 37 professions of religion and 27 additions to the church with an in creasing interest Glasgow Times SLAVSTORY or To be hound hand sod foot for year by the chalniofdlieakeUlli wont form of klatery Geo D William of otbler Mich tell how ouch a late nude flee He aaji My wife bu been en belplaa for ere y n that abe could not turn our In bed alone Itermtng two bottles of Electric imier the It wonderfully Improved and able to do her own work This auprem remedy for female dlaan cures melancholy headache backache blnllng anddliiyepell This miracle working medicine U ii Uodwnd to weak licitly run down toileKTery bottle puranteed Only M centa tloUvby Penny IftuggUt It very hard to stand Idly byland gee I our dear ones sufler whlli awaiting the arrival of the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there lor- a doctor to come and see las child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor In he left word for him to come at once on his return lie also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which ho had hoped would give some re lief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was mac t better The druggist Mr Otto Schulz says- the family has since recommended Cham butlalna Cough Remedy to their neigh hors and friends until he has a constant demand for It from that part of tho coun try For sale by Craig JS Hockcr druggists Stanford Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been recently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses the now discovery in optlct science I wish to say to ttic Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of tho very Latest Designs irkou1diigsPatterns never sold In this locality beforehave to be seen to be appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among the lot is tho New French mouldings specially fnriultable qelicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that re a daInty frame When In Danvllle call and see us and got our prlce We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky American Wire Fence t The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It l Geo H Farris G Co When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig locker Stanford Seven experienced teachers each ono a specialist In his lino Graduates of this college business houses There are other schools but none can ofler our facilitiesPENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints And OilsIt Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky EOS EJC I hereby warn 1I1 IIIOI from IresifiaMlnj on in farm for any purl awe whatever lAXDUItAlVOtUnhflin DINK FARHIKR- Ii a candidate for Jailer subject to the no tton of tho democratic party Ho solicit your support JOHN C PEPPUES Is a candidate for Jntler of Lincoln Oouty subject to the action of the democratic par ty support U lollcltcil GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to sell IrheI M acres of the firm lUye on Including nit iplendld house of tire room kitchen and cellar and with cUtrm end lrIDIIt the door The place located on Uaatlllemi Iliutonvllla 7 rubs from Dantllla and rom llutoneitle Fotty acre of the farlll ta what to flue tondlllonand there are sera of corn land II purcba r wants more land JIIIMil him the entire tract of acre Term to ault the purchaser Kor further particulate rail on raddreu r tJA DtJl MIlMinTllK Ky J T stTTTOir Undertaker Huitonville Kentucky Offora hlaaerrtcM to the people of W41 tleeol and Casey counties loll stock of Cofflnaand Caik hand pJCtpeaurWaaler PLEASE READ I January lit the regular aeml annum settling time line como tons anil lIomeof my Imtroua have not settled with me If you aro ono of tbom you are car nelly nxiuoeted to settle Thanking ono and all for t patronage and aollcltlnr a contlnnaco Very Truly J H OUhElt Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable IytcKInrlEY RY Good Riga at reasonable prices Safe driven double and tingle for day or night If you want U work Casey unit adjoining counties II tho ulaco to from done well cared forty single feed day week or month A share of your pa nonage soIIcl- tedFOXa lULOOANa LIVERY PEED ANDj8ALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horace and Mules constantly on hand and tor sale at all ti- meBigler Bargains Than ever You will Sod them fat the Racks mwlYtoneattlbslUcketBWIr ahoeslotsmea boys ladles iiuUMe and children al fe laceil pikre AT THE RACKET STORE Dry fools and Notion of all Sleds at the lteke- Stour rurolablol tla fIR tadl aOD run to th Racket Store for lace eorulna good eud eheap Window IhIrall hugsde tallatthe lit Store lot C rrti Matting lie et Store We thank atl of our friend and r trooa for patronage auLsimerety hale fur t rentliuaac aid lotg to remain tool Umtiuent and low Ir- kRACKET STOReS mshapeittrain the country elanford and Ulltjr Kjr N II Ilrlns your Wool HIJw Feather Serap kloila indlleSfwairtethelUcketSloranditet rah or trade Mason HotelMRS UpSIMIOSONl- rortnocnstcr Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclssa Porter noel all trains 60 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Kcciifl constantly on hand a complcto lined I Ultglo llnrncm urnl turo kc Agent for Dcerlng Mower and Hinder and repairs Oliver Olillled Ilown the boat made nlway for sale Call on him 00 FRITH HOTEL T FBAKC1SCO Proprlolor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY lint Hotel n the mountains rate considered Porter meet all trains Special attention to trar cling men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville K t Tho moat centrally located and only tII STCLASSHo- tel In the city making It 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts ot the City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your Wbkt and Corn to Morris Fred Exchange In Wm WauRbertyi shop In Stanford and get In exchange Hour and Meal You can ciao Hour Meal Ship Bluff Bran Chicken Feed keo cheaper at mv placo than any whore In town A trial II all I I believe exchange will be a ood thing for farmers and I pledge liber al transactions and full weight My goode komft from Dudderari Dix River Holler Mini and are flratclaas MOHIIIS FRED telephone No vra Spring1900c-r Trees Plants Vines ThIll1INtAhsngusIlhuhkrbandgouisonltnrlly e MUwberryUhUfIIK IIIMKiMKYIlt Islington Kjr WHITE HOTEL W U UAUKIKlt mon CORBIN KENTUCKY COIl lo IHutenger Depot Klntelaw throughout Kate ft per dy H Cs RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cat A N PRICK SurgeonDentist Stanford Kye OSe r McRoberu IUlllhllDR A DENTISTI iriioneNo IS Over lilgglntV McKinney w B PENNY De STANFORD KY DaIrTomc at Ileelitrnr on DR R Til Celebrated Eye Specalist OF Louisville Kviilucky HiM It at fAt Veranda Hotel Stanford Saturday Mar 24th IbtuniiHj ont Jay in each month Eyes Zsaslsed sod Olaaes Cestlfie lly luJtutsi FIRST NATIONAL BANK or STANFORD CcjiiUl ck 1100000 Earpki J176S3 61 Thla Institution originally embllibed at the Ds posit flank nt9anford In lags then reorganli l u the National Uank of Stanford la 1MJ andacaln eorganlud a tb Flrat National Rank of Stanford n 1112 baa hat practically an uninterrupted exist- mentor year It Is better supplied now will tacllltiec for tranuctlpg builneta promptly and lib erally than Ter before In Ita long land honoiablt career Accounts of individual flduclarlefirui and IndlrlJnal solicited I DIMICTOM F Ittld Lincoln 001 J W Hayden Sltnforil STllarrli 811 Itaujbrnan S DOtter Tr Hill Wr Walton II W A Trlbbl Jll CollIerCrab Orchd M J Miller MtVerncu M DEImor Stanford orncatt J S lloo er Preald nth J J MclloUirli Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock SUCcaar to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and unjer same management coualy for 29 Yean RopWguch 1Aooountly beneficial and pleaaant DIllKOTOIlS JJ Wllllama JIOwlefSr A W CrpeDler W it Llmmtm J E Lynuie JKCaah J1J lwdy OFF1CE1U5 S H Shank rrcetdent J1I0y btahief- r LfrlgbtAatCahler t 1