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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yP rr r v I J sEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 16 1900 9 AItL NO5 HUSTONVILLE W S HufTman has charge of the telephone oxcbange Tho young ladles of our town are preparing to give a ploy In the near futuro which they say will discount tho mlnslrcld- ThoCbriallan church parsonage Is being Improved by a fresh coat of paint The momboM of that church Bro pro paring to build a Sunday school roomThe firm of Rosa eL Held has dissolv ed J Roy B Ro o will open a hard ware store at Mlddlenboro Juno Held continuing In the grocery and hardware buslncas here TUB wollknown millinery store of MlisM 8 Logan at Huston villa has cbacged bands Mliscs Mary and Fran ces Adams having bought It and will conllntuo the business Mist Logan has mono to Birmingham to reeldo and Mr L a Adams and family will occu py her property we C Greening and family and J W Lock rid go and family are domiciled at their now homes on Daavlllo Avenuo 0 D McCartyof Mt Salem wiisuk en seriously Ill at the home of Charles Wheeler and Is still in a critical condi tion Dr Carl Wheeler of Lexington Is with him Mrs V U Moro and son Val leave In a fow daya for an ox tended Visit to relatives In Ohio Miss Joule Powell of Caldwcll College Danville spent a low days wltb he parents hero Mist Hattlo Fowler n Stanford Js tho guest of friends here MUs Mary Allenu Carpenter bas re rturned after a plearaut visit to Mr John B RlfTo at Lancaster Ml ea Mary ned Nello Adams nro In Clncln nail buying tbolr spring goods Mrs I F Steele Is visiting In LouUvlllo Missed tAu Hockcr and Anna Raid left Monday for Naabvlllo where they will be the guota of tbo Mlatos Cook Miss Resilo Vandovlqr of Uarrodtburg Is the good t of MUs Cora Llppt Miss Ada Bryant of McKinney Is the guest of MM Georgo Alford Mr Mary Brown has been quite sick for overal day LIBERTY Tbo llhlpgecaeonCageyg prldo of the year has opened the water being t in flno fix for tho sporl- Prof Enoon Wesley will open a Normal in connection with the High School tor the benefit of thoo dour lag to take the examination Will Workman colored while at work on a barn for Whlpp lire tell from scaffold about 18 teat He was considerably bruised but not seriously injured Rev J Q Montgomery Oiled his regular appointment In Bradfordtvlllo on the lltli and was accompanied by Chas Phillips who vliltcd relatives In tha place Mr and Mra Ink Wllkliuon hav taken rooms at Iho Exchange Hotel J W Wright started for Oklahoma lat week prospecting Ho will probably locate in that territory Miss Eth el Adams whoio with her aunt Mr Margaret Humphrey is attending shool here Richard Young has given up bU position In Uustonvlllo and has como homo to stay Little Mary Stagg hits been quite tick for several days with bronchitis but U Improving Drummers registered in town Monday r and Tuesday worn MOIIII Low Thomp oo Adams Rowe Coleman Monfurt and Morrison Mr Frank Vaiigbun and Mlsa Eaten Yowoll aro visiting friends in town E S Stag g Is down tithing E 0 Atkins and wife of Columbia pent Tuesday night town Mr and Mrs Robert King woro visiting O W King Sunday Robert Rowe of Itueehspent eevcral days last week with hla Plater Mrs W L Adams Mr and Mrs Jas Brown have returned after a short stay with cola tives at Science Hill sTony or A SLAVK Tab bound hand and foot lor year by th chain of dl oiMi the wont format tlffr p William of Manchester OUrb tells how sue a ilare WM mail nee lie uys My wife bul- octn to helplrM for Die yen that h could ttiru over lii bed alone Alarming two bottle HltUn abe la wonderfully liuproTcd m- abietodoherownwork This auprrme ivincdr for female dlM cum melancho r nedach backache finllog and diayspellt his miracle working medicine lea W weak run dawn people Every JOtltl NatUN4 Only ro cents bIPenny Brugglit RAILROAD Bargain days to points In tbo Northwest Seldom if over wilt such low rates again bo made to Minnesota North and South Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington Utah and British Columbia as now effect from Louisville by tho Mono n I Route They will close on March 20th positively Full information alto maps and time tables will bo furnished on request by E II Bacon D P A Mo non Route Louisville Ky VOLCAJIIO ERUPTIONS OIIOYlIuckleofling In1 er Wart lIrulMer burnkcsie hap hams cuur rue Cure on Earth Drlrnoat faint and Aches Only 2Vim box Cure guaranteed Sold by finny Druggist D J Durham secured the contract to fit up the Boyle county courthouse and jail with steam fixtures for 2400 LANCASTER Col Jack Chlon piuned through our city on hiswoy for fox hunt with the Wnlkors on Wednesday Deputy Collector M F West with a posse destroyed a rnooaahlno ntlll beer and whisky la Hull Bounty havingjuet dltUllh1torthe handsome ring which was In the brides cake at tbo McRoborts Burn lido wedding Tom Walluco a worthy nod honest oldcolored man who bad been In tno employ of M F Rout for JO yearn died on Sunday olRbt Huns J W Alcorn Harvey Helm alias the Tall Sassafras of tbo Si Asapb and Judio W E Vernon have attended court this weak I have a letter from Senator Ferris stating that be went by Louisville on buttress after the Legislature adjourn ed and he will bo at home on Saturday afternoon when wo will bear all about tbe Galling pun administration for and Mrs II N Faulconer Bro hero for a few dUll Ha has a largo continuation In Ohio but ho says that If bo over quits tho ministry he will 1ugonlaDuollpwith friends George Lu k has gone hopMfCounty Attorney Letcnor Owiilcy la thankful for tho complimentary refer once to him In tbo INTKHIOlt JOURNAL at a suitable man for elector from ibis district but ho declines to announce for the place at ho could not hold Hand the olllco of county attorney Tbomany friend or lion It U Tomllnton are anxious to have him chosen for tho place Ho Is old In tbo cauio of democ racy altogether qualllicd to meet oppo alwl1rbeonevery heated campaign sparing neither money nor effort to carry tbo banner vo victory lie and the county claim recognition by the district In the circuit court James Looker was fined 110 for beating his horse un mercifully Tho ca o against Virgil Mulltnt colored for Dud Fry at Bryanuvillo last November over a gamo of craps consumed tho time of the court from Tuesday morning until Wednesday at 10 oclock resulting In verJIct for five years in tbo peullcn tlnry Tho case was argued by J T Hays and J E Robinson for tho de fence J S and Lotcber Owsley and B II Tomilnson for the Commonwealth Leteber Oweley gave the Jury a full explanation of the game of crap On McCoyft begdnercpruientlng the defence and tbo two Uvaloysand W I Williams the Com monwcalib Tho defendant left hero sown after tbo killing and located In Shelby county where ho was arrested about two years ago At this writing Thursday forenoon counsel aro making botlJallyIn the day when It gave him 10 years As previously announced the nuptial vow wero token by Mr George A McRoborts the popular young druggist of your city and the beautiful and gifted Mies Bessie Burnsido at tbo Presbyterian church this city on Wedtcsdny evening Rev S M Rankle olllulallng in a solemn and impressive andnwhite wedding tho profuse decorations and the handsome attlro of the bridal party bales is these colors Miss Jennie Burosldo wail maid of honor Brides maids were Misses Pearl Burnsldc Mattlo Elkin and Lctltla Brows Mr Jack Rout was best man and the groomsmen woro lion P M MoRob orts Thomas U Shanks and John Saufioyh theareoderInildllpoollogIyeetperfect system in every appointment andnorBIthehistorywith about 75 friends and relatives ware received by Mr and Mrs R E MclloberU at their beautiful homo on dcllciousnroomswore beautifully decorated and the mellow light from groups of can dins fell upon creeping smilax and rare flowers stamping the occasion memoryTheand over 200 handsome pieces of China bandpainted In lovely designs were used serving By this alliance Lie coln and Garrard counties aro bound closer together as two of their most Influential have become rela ted Many handsome presents were given with hearty congratulations and good wishes Many were bore IromI city and Mrs J R LaGrange and Mrs James Daub of Danville sister of tbo groom were present MT VERNON Mad dpI aro reported in several parts of the county ML Vernon has one of the best brass bands In the State There was considerable moving In and about town Monday Tbe second robber of Sliver Crook postolllco has not been apprehended That colony of tobacco raisers from Gallatin county hat nut materialized The Royal Arab Masons here huvo organized a chapter and made applica tion for n charter This weeks Issue of the Signal will have pictures of Attorney E K Wilson and Miss Mary Clojd If the editor gets a copy of tho To poka Capital this week lot him send it up this way after bo reads lu Patrons and citizens aro highly pleased with the management of the College hero In charge of Dr Ewers J U Poyotor LeRoy Puaskl coun ty has rented Rockcaitlo Springs and bas goDO to Louisville to lay in goods otc ExMarihal W R McCluro has pur chased a lot on corner of William and dwelllag With now buildings going up and several enterprises on foot Mt Ver non and Rockcattlo seem to bo doing fairly well Tho White Lime Stono t Brick Co is making preparations for doing an extensive business with their kilns at at White Rock two miles east of this place Hay will soon reach tbo dollar mark here Bevoral car loads have been die posed of hero in the last few weeks When the first car arrived some pre- dIcted that it woold bo on hand a yea hence J W Creech the East BornUadl communion man left a pow days slnco with two earn of Recto ducks and chickens for the Eastern market Ho hiss vent lu or more car load since the lit of November John Brown started to Livingston a few days since When he reacbcdtbo dopot ho thought bo bad left hit watch at home Ho reached into his pocket and got hit Waterbury to see If bo bad time to go bank and get his timepiece Farmer S Pooll Livingston mer chants have assigned to SamuelWard Aitou are about tOOOO In merchandise and ti000 In accounts and liabilities not learned Tbo firm came from Mc Kco and have dono a largo business the past 18 months J D Mitchell of Richmond was hero Wednesday He Is a candidate for county clerk of Madison Jeff has maJo several races tor various oIII cos and has never failed to be elected So heros doping ho will win the nomina tion und election FarrU Nelson who was shot by Isaac Uupkfim near Pinevlllo Sunday died of his wounds Tuesday Nelson lived near this place for nearly two years on the farm of J W Miller Ho left this county two year ago andtrcturned to Bell his native county kZ3 Mrs J A Franklin has tiled suit for divorce Her husband is supposed to be In North Carolina his former homo Mrs PWUI the mother of Dowoy Franklin tbo limbless child that at tracted much attention In a Cincin montbelslucuAttorney E K Wilson who was charged with being connected with jury wheel stuffing came here Sunday Irma Wllllamatown A warrant was served on him Monday nod ho gavo bond of 1000 for his appearance Friday for his examining trial A warrant was also sent to London for H R iEwellQwh was brought hero Tuesday on the same charge lie made bond theearn amoilnt to appear Friday atItractlultint church Many aro attending who have not been inside a building of worship for yearn Rev Baker delivered an addrosdto women and tho nexttday he talked for the benefit of the men at the court house Both sermons are belay highly complimented and tbo repeatthawTho representative from Laurel and Rockcastla counties has returned from Frankfort J J Williams was ouslv Wednesday of something like heart trouble S D Lewis went over to Brodbead Wednesday Mrs J S learnloltbophono exchange H H Woods was over from Wlldlo to look up contracts for poles to build a telephone lino from that placo to this point via of Langford CrabOrchardyour reporter Miss Ida May Adams AHc with a forco Unltblne ufrtho telephone vlolltedJobnJJ Lawrence is from Llvirigston visiting relatives Samuel Ward was up from Livingston Thursday Miss durIDSofBcoWallace tho old Usherman is on the sick list b Frankfort and the Legislature The Senato adopted strong resolutions comm uhaolmoullyI Gov Bcckhams course recent and present times of trial It is said at Frankfort tbatMrs Cul ton wlfo of tho man in Jail In Louis ville Is the woman who warned Gov Gocbcl that ho was to bo assassinated A pardon presupposes guilt and flight is confession But what about a governor j who will Usuo the ono and as gist In the other Richmond Climax Tho Lexington and Easters railroad paid 3000 to AudltorCoulter for taxes and the Cincinnati Southern wilt also recognize him by paying 20000 In a few days Judge H S Barker refused to per mit the caso of Senator Barrel to be resubmitted to the grand jury on Wballens charge of obtaining money on false pretenses Gabriel Taul was arrested In Breck Inrldge connty and taken to Frankfort for complicity in the murder of Gov Goebel The arrest was unauthorized and Taul will bo sent back to his homo as bo is not wanted Among the last acts of the House before adjourning sine dlo was to pass Senator Trlpletta resolution authoriz leg the expenditure of 100000 for new Stale guard Gov Bcckbam signed flat once A bill requiring railroads to fence their lines with the same kind of fence that individuals are required to build and another providing for taxation of shares of stock In National banks instead of franchises for State county and city purposes passed both Houses By a ruling of President pro tern Seemsrtore nder Hays and Gil lispie bolting democrats will not bo able to collect per Mem for the time they have been absent from Senate sessions since the assassination of Goe belUp to this time seven men have been arrested In connection with the assassination of Gov Goebel and warrants are out for two others Charles Finley and John L Powers Thoso arrested arc Harlan Whittaker Caleb Powers W HCulton John Davie J L Sutton SUoa Jones and W L Hazlipp Of these Sutton and Jones are out on bondJohn B Chonault has been appolut ed insurance commissioner by Audlto CoultorLawrenca Anderson of Graves county chief deputy In the auditors olllce and Finley Shuck as chief of tbe claims department Henry Hines of Bowllug Green will ba appointed State Inspector and examiner by Gov Bcckbam Udward 0 Leigh will probably be tho governors private secreta ry and Mrs M C Bennett will probably bo the matron of the Lakeland Insane Asylum Tho action of Sheriff Bosworth Jor ry Reagan and Detective Jenkins In entering a car containing 21 of Usurper Taylors bandit mllllla with guns and pistols at ready dragging therefrom Fugitives Powers and Davis and do tuning tbo extra 31500 reward for do tag tbolr duty aa officers and men shows that courage conscientiousness and patriotism havo not departed from the land Would that the Common had a complement of such otllcors Louisville Times It there was a doubt In the mind of any man that Powers was guilty of complicity In the assassination of Gov Goebel tbatdoubt If removed now because Innocent men do not put on falso faccsfalso clothes disguise themselves In all manner of ways and In the dark ness of the night attempt to escape Moreover Innocent men do not seek or procure pardons with which to shield them from proaccutlonbut rather come out into the opon and Invite the fullest Investigation whatever charges may bo preferred against them When It Is remembered that the fatal shot was fired from a window of Powers office that bo loft tbo night before and went to LoutsAllle when those facts aro coupled with the events that happened leading up to tho arrest Saturday night a case will bo made out against lowers at once complete and conclus ive Owenton Messenger The Louisville News which bassup ported Taylor in a leading editorial beaded Gov Taylor Has Lost Ills Head refuses to longer uphold and defend tbo tactics of the usurper The editorial gays after reviewing the gen oral situation His calling out the troops to surround tho executive build ng after Goobol was shot preventing the olflcore from bunting the assassin was a blunder criminal in its stupid ity and giving his enemies occasion to charge that bo was la sympathy with the murderers DlSHAnCKS IRON NERVE Wa tharr ullolbl iiplendld health Indomit able will and tmnendoui energy are not found whom MIOllllchUerKldoe gad Dowels are out of order want inweqiulUU and the an MM they bring DM Dr Kfngi New idle PI They develop eterjr power of brain and body Cilia 25o at Ieunjra drug ely In Shelby county 05 sheep sold at 1505 to 010 each John J Riley Pies GeoDcnny VicePres J A Edge Sec andTreas Wra P Parrltb Accountant 1SJ1E3 IeTRIBUTIoOFIIJE LEXINGTON INVESTMENT CO Feb 27r 1900 Coupon Fund f5376IO Paid Out 537300 Coupons Collected by J A Edge W P ParrUb OUR GROWTH Paid Certificate e Holders to September 1898g 631 80 41II1803 5024 11t December l8riS 731108 t II t 8CFebruaryS 1478319Aprilr 33u9r26614 89 10tt r a 3364200Octobert 51II45II64II74ThisMr A Addams former clerk of tho Court of Appeals less openeda branch office WillStho company call on or address him at Stanford spring Topeoats rr Fickle Spring time with its many changes is now upon us The coolof the evening following the rhl diy warmth makes the possession of a Spring Overcoat a necessity At lout it la safer to own one than to be without Besides its the proffer thing From tbe FINEST STOCK OF SPRING TOPCOATS In Danville we invite you to nuke your selection of our modern up to the hour Spring Garments This 1only a half told tale at boat Come in and learn the rest It pays to trade with us Got your money back If youre not satisfied Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frohman d Co Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect sCtisfactiopas to work manship and as attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered M =vvfi n tiJI = = o = = 6RftTS 11 I cw aCarpets sold by sample cnt made and delivered in three days Sep out large line pf new samples 1 Cotton Union and AllWool Ingrains Brussels VelEj vets E IAxminstersf ilBeautiful Patterns New Designs j MATTINGS OIL CLOTHS ThemeH J MROBERTS ffi + = THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY 1MAR 16 1900 w P WALTON six PAGES HYPOCRISY in Its tenet oYenehc form is not very lovely as a trait of character nor wholly to be admired ae I a habit For this reason the raving of the Evening Post about the expendl I tura of money to discover the Frank- fortf t assassins have not Inspired nnv t bodynot even renegade democrat t with any confidence with any suspicion that Dick Knott cares a cotter dam I i whether the State Is bankrupt or proll serous provided hIs master the L i N livesThe crime In thu annals of I Kentucky was committed when Goebel fell We say this deliberately and pur posely Tls not that the murder of the individual William Goebel was more heinous offense than the murder t of the States humblest citizen In thisI t Republic the spirit and genius of which no one understood better than this martyred tribune of the people each man Is a sovereign and each ov 1ercign Is the peer of every other sot erelgn An outrage to the uniltl ranks with an outrage to the titled Dut the enormity of the assassination of Goebel Is exceptional in this that it was a blow leveled directly at the peoI pie of a great and free State Tbe q representatives of those people actlc within the forms and according to the spirit of the law prescribed directly by the people themselves were about to declare him to be the choice of the people for chief executive To thwart this choice of the sovereign people to throttle them In the very effort to Jivo expression to their will to humlllat them to degrade them these plotters of murder resolved upon and cxecutedI the killing of him who promised to prove again as bo had proven in the past the elHcicnt instrument of the sovereign will For this reason the crime Is doubly aye a thousand folde enormous What a poor puny spirit ItC is that would begrudge a million dtlI Jars to avenge a peoples honor What a sordid miserly nature Itls that would offer to balance monev bags against the freedom citizenship In this Commonwealth The flaccid muscles of hisI frigid heart could be made to yield no pulsing warmth except when the passerby drops a nlckle In his slot And yet and yet with all this plow cant and hypocrisy about spending ec much money not ono word la spoken whispered written printed etched or engraved about the unnecessary the illegal the outrageous expenditure of over 3000 per say bv Taylor moce gotten from the people by taxation keep a lot of militia and thugs at Frankfqrt to overawe the Legislature the appellate court and officers of the government Many of these troops are there now Many of these hire lings are there now quartered in State buildings defying and destroying pub publicai expense we ear no complaint on account of these things from these professional lovers of econ omy Why do we ask We take it back We know why It is because e these mangy econgmUts who eagerly spend thousands of public money to encourage crime and are unwilling to spend a cent to capture the criminal are bypocrlts both in principle and In practice From the perilous days of 1700 the name of Charles Cotesworth Ptackney has come down because of his utterance of the well known phrase JJlllIons for defense but not a cent for tribute Dickey Knott will go down down very low down In history because of his motto Thousands to encourage crime not a cent to capture the criminal ANOTHER outrage has been perpetra i r ted by the majority in the National House W A Young the democratic imemb r from Norfolk Va was turned r out and a republican given his seat without the slightest warrant in justice t or law but solely on the right of might When Mr Young was turned out two years ago although backed by 2500 majority ho went back to his con stltuenta told them how ho had been treated and they returned him to Con gress by 5000 majority But majorities cut no figure with republicans when they want to Increase the number of their members and Mr Young was un seated again In view of the charges now made republicans about the way t Taylor and his crowd are being treated t by the democrats a statement of the way republicans do whenever they have a chance Is apropos Democrats ftct i gard right at all In tho premises WITH Tarvin Rhlnock and other sore headeo caled democrats whoop Ing for Creasy trio Brownrepublican candidate for State Senator from Ken ton to fill the vasancy caused by the fiendish assassination of Goebel Mat i thew L Harbeson the latters law partner and trusted friend won by over 500 majority This showa two thlnga that rarv n and Rhlnock area very small potatoes and that the t Brown socalled democrats are very few In the hill over there Mu TAYLOR in his address to the people assigns at the reason why Ie granted his most gracious and etn a clous pardon to Conspirators Powers Davis and company that he knowe them to bo irnocent How does tbe so called governor know that these men aro Innocent Why doesnt he g Ive the sources of hit knowledge Hlscarl Is given to the public for the sole polo of justifying his remarkable his unprecedented conduct In the eyes of the people Would It not have bcen far more satisfactory to these same people If he had only told them why and how he knows these men to be In nocentt May wti not without dlrei assailing the veracity of Ananias Taylor take leave to doubt his most exi- ent excellencys word la this regai If however he does know them to be innocent of conspiracy to assassin Gdebel It logically follows tbat he knows who the conspirators are It Is not possible for him to know that A D and C were not in a conspiracy except by knowing the names of the conipl tors He might know tbat A B and C did not firo the shot because they might have been absent from Fran fort at the time But to make a con splrator oran accessory liable to be hung It is not necessary that ho be present when the shot is fired He maybe In darkest Africa and still be pu- Ishod by the law So when Taylor denies that these men whom bo undertook to pardon were in Jho conspiracy If his denial is to be accepted as true It must be it is bound to be because ho knows who composed he gang of assassins and knows that Powers Da rie and company were not of the number We would be glad to have an explanation of how Taylor can positively state that a given individual was not a nember of a baud of conspirators unless he knew every one who partlolpat ed In the conspiracy The secretary of- a corporation may know that John Smith forlnstancch not a stock holder by knowing tbe names of all those who are and that among these names that of John Smith does not appear It- III precisely upon a like principle tbat Taylor must know if at all tbat Pow and Davis were not members of the brotherhood ot assassins If his excellency will furnish the names of the ansplratora tbe name ot him wired the fatal shot and the names of hose who helped to plan the murder then tho people will pause to con sidor whether he knows Powers and Davis arc Innocent If he bays be doesn know these names then he errs when he says bo knows Powers and Davis Bre not of tho number and if be should 3relst in saying that be knew them to- be innocent then he would err if lould say he doesnt know the aseassli and his accessories A SHOUT tlmo after the assassination of Gov Goebel and about the time ex Secretary Powers was making such a grand stand play by suing the Courier Journal for 50000 for charging that- be was In the plot to kill the governor Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbin wrote a letter to this paper that to his mind the- llict that the shut was fired from Pow- ere otllce and that Powers himself was absent was a very conclusive one of his alit It seems that the detectives thought so too and they went to worK to obtain more convicting evidence o It A warrant for his arrest was the result and then Powers with the as slstance of Taylor began to add furth proof of his guilt Had be beet Innocent he would have surrendered at- ooco to the officers Instead ho had his partner in crime Taylor to protect him with his soldiers from arrest and- then disguised with false whiskers false clothing and other deceptions attempted undor military escort and with a pardon In his pocket to flee to his beloved mountains But the best laid- plans of rolceiand mun gang aft aglee we arc told and handcuffs and a Jail- cell were given him Instead Verily- tqe way of transgressors is hard as it Is nearly always foolish Powers mayI bo Innocentbut his acts and his actions- bclle it There docs not appear to be- even a reasonable doubt in his favor TUE war at Frankfort seems to be- over for a season AdJ Gen CastleI man and Gen Collier have agreed that the republicans will not attempt to Interfere with any further arrests in con- nectlon with the Goebel assassination and that the democrats will make no- attempt to seize the State offices by- force before the court of appeals had- decldcd the case It Is to be hoped tbe- court will decide p d q and If it is In- favor of the democrats let Deckham- aesert himself and end tho miserable etragedy If In favor ot the repQb- lIcans democrats will submit lIkq tho law abiding citizens they are and that- will bu the end of it HEHB Is talk of arresting Senator Deboe on the charge of complicity In the murder of Goebel If there IS reasonable assurance that he aided abetted or advised the assassination leL him be arrested jailed and tried as any other folou Ho la responsible lor- much ot tho deviltry at Frankfort and- needs to bo taught tbat ho is not entire Iy omnipotent Tnt Lexington Herald says It was a grave mistake for Davis and Powers to attempted toescapa This Is tbe- lfirst tlmo that that republican sheet owned to a mistake by any member party and there is hope for it THERE Is a great ado over the etTort of Preacher Sheldon to advertise him soil and the owners of tho Top Ias Capital to put shekels In their pockets by having the former run II daily for a week as Christ would do It That Christ would run a dally or nny other paper Is too violent an assump tlon to consider and those who have been caught by the advertising money making scheme are suckers ot tbeI easiest sort THE legislative sessionbnbpas Into history It was one of the most remarkable ever held and considering the disadvantages under which it labored It accomplished moro than any previous body In the same length of tIme The democratic members or most of thorn did their duty nobly nnd well and are entitled to tho plaudits of the people BOTH Gov Bradley and Gen Collier placed themselves in communication with the sheriff when they heard that warrants had been issued for theta In connection with tbo assasslnatl Thats the way men with clear consciences act They do not slip off like hlovcs at night as Taylor is trying Ike Powers and Davis to do THE LATEST LOUISVILLE Mar 10 0 A lolPow- ers Davis and Whitaker will be roo moved to Frankfort today Judge Moore will sit and hearing probably be continued to r xt Thursday or Friday Judge Henry B Hines of Bowl Green was appointed State examiner tad Inspector Gen Castleman Is taking stops to or ianlze the new State guaid under the VIplett resolution appropriating el00 000 for that purpose Auditor Coulter has tired R E Woods auditors agent for JetTerson ountyC D Garland Breedcn aged 70 years was hot and killed by James Norton aired 21 years in a dispute over a load of wood at Frankfort Capt Longmlre still holds the armory at Lexington and will continue to doso over all comers LtCol Morrow orders do not order him POLITICIANS AND POLTICS ExScnator Pfeffers son committed steno at Kansas City because he was redCongressman Smith offered bills for tvernment buildings to cost OO- Oeach at Lebanon and Bardstown The United States government hall made a formal proffer ot mediation to- Great Britain for the purpose of end- Ing the South African war but It Ie stated that Premier Salisbury will decline our offer with thanks By a vote of 100 to 120 thq Houi e adopted the conference report on the Financial Bill Ten members were present and not voting The report bavlng been adopted by the Senate It- rcmalns only for the President to attach his signature for the bill to become a law He Immediately put hIt shtnature to It With the exception of 0 Democrats who joined the Republican In supporting the report the voto was on party limes NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Mrs Patsy Medorls aged 83 Is deal In AdairC Lackey of Mlddlcsboro was- found guilty by tbe U S court lor jventlng Negroes from voting idge Borelng has filed a protcst- against discontinuing the postolllco at- Wellt Plnevllle The name of the office is Walsend Mrs Nannle Overstreot wife ot Al- vIn Overstreet died at her home neat iholasvlllc She had been married 10 months and is the third wife ho has- lost Newton Bright a brother of H R- Drlgbt who married Mrs Llzzto M- cllIster died at Mt Sterling from the- etTcts of a wound accidentally received laet June He was circuit clerk of Montgomery It is reported at London that several hundred ot the guns and ammunition sent from Frankfort by Taylor bavo- been removed from the armory and distributed among Taylor sympathizers to revent their recovery The grand jury ot Jessamine return cd ladlcimants against the Kendats two sons and the father charging them with the murder of Eugene Gas sllll who was killed as ho stepped out of his door to stop chicken thieves W C Foster of London who went to Frankfort asan addition to Taylors- army was shot and seriously injured In- front of a saloon just opposite the State- CalJltol buildings Steele- also of Londonand who went to Frankfort with Foster Is In jail cbarled- with the shooting Caleb Powers was cracked over the- head by a policeman because he refused to permit a search of his person and he soems to have deserved It AbuuL 40 bills and resolutions wore- passed by toe Kentucky General Assembly at the recent session Man pI- theso are still in tho hands of Gov Dcckham awaiting his action loemfontoln the capital of the Oran e Free State capitulated Tues day morning to Gen Lord Roberts and tnat day he made his state entry into the olty establishing his headquarters In the presidency which had been evacuatcd the before I ADDITIONAL LOCAL BaRN to the wives of Randolph lIar vie and Henry Anderson girls AN interesting loiter from J S Rice who with his wife Is at Tnmpa Fin was received this morning too late to make readable extracts from It THE barn of J H Bright burned last ulght entailing quite a beavy 108s on him Miss Sadie Stngg says ho 10l1t about ioo worth of corn hay otc but saved his stock exceprono calf which was burne- dDEATIlG D McCarty died at Mr Charles Wheelers In Hustonvlllct this morning at 7 oclock Mr W S IIull man telephones us He was a brother of Mrs Wheeler and married a daughter of the late Maj Jones of Mt Sa len They had no children MATRIMONIAL MATTERS James Bond of Campbellcount broke the record by marrying n fourth sister Miss Blanche Haywood He evidently likes the family Miss Mary Wartleld the beaiul daughter of Mrs Ellsha Warfield and Percy Burwell of New York were married at Dixlana In Fayette the borne of the brides uncle Maj The J Car on DISTRICT PAPERS FAVORABLY COMMENT ON THE TLL SASSAFRAS OF THE ST ASAPH Hon Harvey Holm and his broths Sam Helm deceased were graduated at Central University and formed many attached friendships hero and they could find no better or worthle democrat to honor with their supper Richmond Climax Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln county Is the first to announce himself a candidate for delegate to the National convention Mr Helm Is a slcrlli democrat and has the hcaity support of his home people for this houor and the Sentinel takes In placing hll name as a candidate before the demo crate of Shelby county Sholbyvll sentinel LAND AND STOCK Eight shoats for sale Craig ft locker Sid Myers cold to J N Vanhook six loiters for 9100 J W Porno has bought several loti of corn at 240 at the crib Horse ads will como In next weak xadnt you better advertlso yours John Hutchison bought In Pulasl end Casey a bunch of heifers at 3 to 31c James Rlgsby sold to Robert lloltz elaR 25 ewes at 550 and a bunch of boats at 31c WE hate three nice young jacks now ready for service Will sell reasonable owell tt Harper Huslonvlllc Bcazley Bros will stand this year Red Squirrel Jr a magnificent saddle horse They got him from a Lebanon my Black horse mule ICi hands mealy n080 thin and considerably scarred by arness lost Monday Sultabb re 78rd P P Nunnolley T W Kinney ot Boyle Is one of the- few lucky stock men He has five large rick of clover hay and straw from 75- acres Ho Is feeding 175 cattle E E Chcatbam bought of James Young a jack for 8250 J J Gabbari night ot James Richards a bunch ot slfers at 821Adair News A E Hundley of Boyle sold toJno Jopp of Owcnsboro a twoyear old- filly by Gambotta Wilkes for 8000 and a brown colt by Bow Dells for 8300 MULES TO WORltI have nlot of- aood strong young mules that I will tout to be worked until Aug Al- lpl to E W Lee on the Gran ecl1- farm on Salt river Boyle county Burdett Powell has gone in with Jones Baugbman in the hemp raising slness and they will put ln 75 acres on the farm of F M Yowoll This sbould bring them close to 100000 pounds CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The Walnut Street Baptist Church ulsvlllo voted to accept J M Atb- ertond offer ot 115000 for their build IOIRf1v F M Anderson an evangelist was killed by being knocked off a trestle by a passenger train near Bristol TennRev R E C Lawson is having good Ilencca at the Presbyterian church- and all pronounce him a speaker of unusual power and predictions of a Krn- olous revival are made Young Bulls For Sale have for sale u young Durham Hull and a vounK Oallaway Lion good ones owrrr lluetonyllle Ky EAZLEY HAYSV- NDERTARER5 IIKAURI ix Furniture MattluJsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give then a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY HERE IS THEj WINDUPOf 1 THE L UISVILLE STORE The extraordinary values presented in this sale created lively buy ing during the entire sale despite the unpropitious weather whlcl prevailed most of tho time The keenest Interest was manifested by wide awake buyers all being Impressed with tho fact that ovoiythlnf was being i6Ul remarkably cheap This sale will continue Midweek Profit making Is not In view we want to clean out at much stock at possible Reoardfess Of Cost Let It go and giro the people ItarRalns anti snake room for the big stock of Spring Goods that will be In on us this week Yard wide Urown Cotton Big C Jo a big line of Light and Fancy Calicoes only 4c Hoosier Cotton yard wide only Cc the List apron checked Gingham only fa a big lot of Percale lOe and 12Jc quality we have put them on the market at Cc 7jc nn J lOc Outing C oth we sold at 7Jc 81o and lOo now marked down to lie 7Jc and 8c one lot- of long sleeve Vests for Ladles 20o quality now marked down to lie to clear A Few Pieces Boys Under wear cheap at 25c going at 15c One lot of Mens Wool Hotkt to close at lOc Mens Negligee Shirts on I 35c good silk finished Suspenders only 15c Mens heavy Slips only 2 3c they are worth 35c three yard Laco Curtains only 4Sc Window linuVs lOc 2Cc 35o and COc Remember we aro head quarters for Isrpeu cud Matting see our Inc before you buy S OES Y Jhlldrens Shoes Cs to 5i onl23c Childrens Shots Pa to 12 39c School shoes iSc Ladles latent Tip Shoes 21 to 4 60c Ladies Patent Tip jico Slices 08c Mentis Buckle Plow Shoe 76o Mens Fine Shoe heap at f125 our prim lJc A few pair of all wool Joan Punt at Me Mens Lined Jeans iant only SSc ono lot rf Mens Conluroy lanb worth 1175 clearing price J124 Boys Knee IanU lOc mack liovlot Snits for men only 213 I you want the bet wearing Slut made give us j our order anti have them made to fit l y the White Swan Shirt Co LOUISYILLESTORE E Salinger Bros Pros 00000000000OOy00000 TIIOS D 1UNEY Manager o61f d3000000000b0 I 0w+ 3 + PiCr O ERT oaI0 o g DRUGGIST STANFORD o o gogoo Special Attention Given to the CotnioumllnR of rnvKlptlen Pelf nllfloally o 0andwith OHa0erns Cash Telephone No 27 o o Oflice Long Distance Telephone o o 0- 00000000000000000000QA0000000000nnn0 NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock AINEW RANGE Coveted with Aluminum See It before buying any other Tho Dewey Self liatling Roaster And BakerTile Condenser has the Fowl basting thoroughly during entire time it It roasting A new combined extension Step Ladder the bent ladder on the market Higgins McKinney S f Just Received I A large and well selccted stock of HAASOf tho latest Styles Young men aro especially invited to call and ex amine our slock 4 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 0 Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORCANIZED 1845 Assets G91197177S Liabilities 61810707 1 Surplus 502569322 Tbo Best Policy The Best Company Annual Dividends Before placing your m pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance see R B IVIAHONY Agent Stanford Ky ltcfercnccs Our Policy Holders I ilfhq Anterior journal w P WALTON I The MaR With The HOC God creatod man In his own Image 10 the Imago of God created be him Mowed by tbo weight of centurlw ho lean Upon bit boo and gazes on tbo groundI The emptiness of agog In his face And on hls back the burden of the world Who made him dead to rapture and do pair A thing that grieve not and that nave hope Stolid and stunned a brother to the ox7 Who loeecned ll let down this brutal I VboM Jawr WM the band that slanted back thus brow Whoe breath blew out then light wlihli tidy brain I Ii this gave the Thing the Lord God made and To have dominion over tea and land To true the nun and search the heaven for power To feel the parson of Eternity t Is this tho Dream He dreamed who hap ed the suns I And pillared the bluo firmament with light Down all the stretch of Hell to its lac gulf There is no shape more tenlblo than Ihli More tongued with censure of the world blind greedr More tilled with signs and portenu for the with menace to tbo tint oulI between bltn and trie lua tho wheel of labor what to him and the swing of Floladrt What tbe long roaches of tho peaks of 1 song t Tho rift of dawn the reddening of the rnto Through this dread shape the tuflerlng ages look TlmwB tragedy U In that aching stoop Through this dread shape humanity be- trAyed 1lumleiod profaned and disinherited Cries protest to the Judges of tho Word A protest that Iabo prophecy 0 muter lords and rulers In nil lands Iv this tho handiwork you givo to God This monstrous thing distorted and tout quenched a How will you deer itrnfghlen up thl ghnpej ImmortalityI and the dream Make right Iho Immemorlhl infamies was0 muter lords nod rules In all lands How will the Future reckon with this Man how answer his brute question In that hour When whirlwinds of rebellion shako tho world How will It be with kingdom and with kings With those who hBPCllojito the bring he ItWhen this dumb Terror klfall reply to Gud After tliu Icnccof the conluricr- fEmm MAUKHAU Put n teenl upon your lips anti for got whnt you hnvo dons After you have len kind lifter luvo JiM stolen ibrth into tho world and done its beautiful work go hack into the flmdongnin anti coq nothing about it Lovo hides oven from iteolf Driiiu moudOliver Wendell Holmes hM said n multitude of good things but none better than this Tho human race is divided into two chaisesthose who go ahead and do something and those i who sit still end inquire Why wasnt it dono the other way parWe have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our homo We keep a bottle open all the time and whenever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use Ihe Cough Remedy and as a result wo never have to wind away for a doctor and Incur a largo doctor bill for Chamberlain Cough Homed never falls to cure It Is certainly a medlcim of great merit and worthD S Mearkle General Merchant and farmer Mattlo Bedford county Pa For sale by Craig A hockey druggists Stanford Ky There U more C Urrh la this section of the coun try luau all other diseases put together and until the lait few yauks aupiHued tu be Incurable For a treat many years doctor tie lo blronltanllpronounced It Incurable Science has proven ca tarrh to lx a ronititutlontl JlwaM and therefore requires conitltutlonal treatment Ilalla Catarrh I Cure manufactured by K J Cheney A Co Tole do Ohio la the only oonittlutlonal cure on the market U la taken Internally In donea trout 10 drops to a Icu II acts directly on the blood fend mucous surface of the ijit m They oaetiOOcoraaycaeeILtails cure Hend lor culan 1eIllr110nlah AdolreN 1fl J OUEltV UO Toledo O Sold by t 7So JUlla amlh lllla are the but =Pond Mother Toiuuiy arent you verysorry that you broke your sis ters watch TommyNo mamma but I wouldnt be surprised if sister tsI Medlal Auth ctlly cf iiI t flepute Sir Andrew Clarke physician tb Gladstone says Health is that state of body ill which the functions all go on withot notice or observation and in while existence Is felt to be a pleasure iu which it is a kind of joy simply to see to hear to touch to live Thnt is health anti everybody knows It Now that is a Mate which cannot bo benefited by alcohol in any degrei indeed I will go further and say tllllt this state is also in some way or other injured by alcohol it is a state in whicha sort of discord is produce by tho use of alcohol n louses of being injured in tho perfection of iU love tens for I call perfect health tho loveliest thing In this world but nl cohol even in snlall doses will tuke oft both tho mental and moral bloon 1 will say moreit U not only a help er of work it is a certain hludcrcr of work and every man who comes to the front of a profession in London lit marked by this one chuructcristi that the more busy ho gets tho alcohol ho takes and his excuse is Ii am very sorry but I can not take It and do my work Now let mo MY that Iam speaking solemnly am carefully when I tell you that Ian considerably within the mark in Ming that within tho rounds of my boa pita wards 7 out of every 10 that lie there intheIr bode owed their ill health to alcohol I do not say thin 70 in every 100 were drunkards I doI not know that ono of them wits but they used alcohol Day by day just as tho gross grows and we cannot set it day by day those little cxecsser are doing their work for alcohol up sots thu ftonwrh nail the stomach up sots tho other organs and bit by bit under this fair jovial outside the you stitution is being sopped I will say one thing further certainly more than threefourths of the dUonler in what we cull fashionable life arise from the use of thit drug that wo cull alcohol But there is another side to this HUM win and it is no abuse of language to my it is an awful silo so soon as a man begins to tnko ono drop then thf desire Ixigotton in him IICCOIUP apart of labs nature std that nature formed by hi nets inflicts curses in expressiblo when handed down to the generations tha are to follow him as part and unreel of their being Can I use stronger words than these When I think of this Inun disposed to give tip my profit shu to give up everything and to go forth upon a holy crusade to preach to nil uncut beware of this bneiiiy of the nice Confessional At a recent public meeting in Chicago thin poem presented to tin readers of the Kentucky WIIITI Km IJON herewith was read byDr IIow ard S Taylor of that city The poem suggests in its measure Kip lings famous Hecosaioiml but Dr Taylor is sated to hlIunollllOII that he presented it with no apology to Kudyard Kipling The poem wnil first published wo believe in the Chicago TimesHerald tho lending administration organ of the iVestj Gild of our sires who hither tied Acro a strange and stormy sen Who suffered exile toiled and bled To make themselves old children free God of tho Pilgrims smito us not We have forgot We have forgot A How runs tho story Far away Wo hear tho tpuch opening gUll Fired byour minute men at bay Upon tho green at Lexington Hut fur and llut wo heed it not Lord God of hosts wo have forgot Tho Bill of Rights our fathers signed And sealed with shot and saber stroke Their just appeal to all mankind Their prayers sent up through battle smoke Their filth humane without a blot Lord Christ forgive we have forgot Ah If where sunset islands lie Toy bravo brown men their blood shall spill Shall strike for liberty and die Slain by thq heirs of Bunker Hill Thou wilt remember wilt thou not Though wo thy people have forgot Wo have forgot A Iloniau lust Profanes our ancient holy things Wo trample justice in the dust Wo have tho rabies of the kings Tho scarlet rage of gun and sword Have mercy on thy people Lord Amen i Nonsense A little nonsense now nnd then Is relished by tho wisest men Willie aged five bounded info the house otto day exclaiming as hohung his hat on tho hall nick This is my home A lady visitor said The I house next door M just like this Wil Jic suppose you weni over there am hung your hat up in the hall that would bo your home as much us this wouldnt it No nmrinif nuswerct the little fellow 11hynot aske the ladytCauso my mother does nt live there wits tho triumphant reply Tho two most absentminded men on record arc tho fellow who thought he hail left his watch at horse and then took it out to saw if he land time to go buck and get itand the man who put on his office door a carding say Out will he back soon and oil his return sat down on a stair step to wait for himself Now Johnny what can you tell me clout MOSeS asked the Sunday School teacher of u little fellow ill the juvenile 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Agents of lines sell t ter Excunlon tickets via THE lUiLWAr to the Itetorts of Florida and the South Maps schedules bngkletaand Information mail byJCP pe Adam St Chicago III A BAIRD Tray Puts itgeKy I W A TURK 0 P A Washington D 0 W H TAYLOE A 0 Lnulsvilla Stanford Ky IiOT7ISVHL13 TO CHICAGO i Train Morning and Evening from Un- Ion Station 10th and Broadway r Paaeencere information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska r sad pointeintbo far West Including Cal iiornlolsbould 4 Frank J Reed Gen PASS j EI Bacon Dishes Ag- twR McDoel VicePres fc Gen Mn r Obarles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr JEST IIANGIN EROUN Never wui much of a ftUcr ter ffltUb over grouni Thari Molly vpIeJtln the banjer an mi jut bangn troual The oilier tellers atr dancln keepln time to the loon But AI fir me Im a fuller jut made f hacgln croon An aint them IrJlws oily BhAkln the ahlnjlco down Wkati alto thlnkln efIfly- With meJest handn erdaa tIIm jest the backwanJest feller that ever the caualry went Never a banjo move tnonUle or tarn boureen Aint I lovln ot molly Thats hoW tkey set n downt But anusfencer an ever Im feat ahant An aint them feller jolly Bhtkln toe ttilaclei down How dots It look to Uolfr With me Jut haoitn trount I jest cant muster tile eourace to enter the lively race Im allus feelln an lookln out e my rightful pice The marriage bellill be rlngln all over the merry town An when Molly led to the altar Ill still be hangln eroun- lln Molly will look her aweoteit Dressed In the weddin gown Theyll dance to the weddln mualc An leave roe hangln erounl 1I Stanton In Atlanta Constitution t9lteatl4 aitcallfea11at1IkilYta She Had Smitts Money iieiiad Peen Ile ty ieeidtot a Yeani Woman Took Ills Lut Quarter outSthe butcher the baker the bicycle maker and a varley of department stores which combined practically all the other functions ol trade At thee end he found himself possessed of a sensation of temporary contentment and 25 cents In cash The sensation was distributive but the cash was all in one piece and Its proud proprietor held it in his hand as he waited for the trol ley car which should bear him home for one fieeIft fare To be able to re turn to Mrs Smith tell her that nil Mils were sqttled and Heap the minted richness of 25 cents surplus in her lapJ would be indeed a proud achievement Trolleys loomed and neared and passed but not Smiths trolley One of the virtues that goes with residence In Brooklyn is patience nnd the trol ley system does much to foster it Smith waited patiently Presently a tall young woman of majestic but distinctly ornamental presence np proached with no little speed and Smith chancing to make a sidestep at the moment she came m contact with his back with such force that he was jolted Into the gutter look ing up with some wrath Smith met a pair of serene eyes and on the spur of the moment apologized humbly The next moment he wondered why he should apologize for being knocked oft the curb by n young woman who could just as wen have hail all the rest of the sidewalk The apology didnt seem to have taken either The young worn an looked at him as if be were a bug Then she turned her back without deigning to respond to his apology marched out to the track and stood waiting says the New York Sun Smith marched nfter not that he particularly yearned for proximity but because he saw down the street a trolley car which looked like the one he wanted No sooner had he come to a halt behind the young woman thqn she turned and swept him from head to foot with a look that chilled and amazed him He pondered what he could have done to merit such treatment and presently it fished upon him that she was one bf those curious female phenomena who pass through a troubled existence under the painful oppression that every man In sight Is trying to flirt with them This theory so satisfied Smith that he chuckled He would have sworn that he heard a low but penetrating snort ot contempt in The car came and it wasnt Smiths after all Neith er was It the young womans They both stood waiting and the car passed on To fidget is human In Smith fidget ting took the form of manipulating whatever chanced to be in his hands nt the time lie began to flip the lone quarter In the air and catching it At the third or fourth trial he mlafiipped md the coin soaring easily over the edge of the high turnup collar upon the young womans coat disappeared from view The young woman started and turned Smith hastily looked the other way and began to perspire toulil he get it out without her perceiving It Certainly he couldnt as long as she kept her basilisk eye upon him To make matters worse another car was approaching and he was sure It was his He mustered up his cour age I beg your pardon he began butSir Interrupted the young worn an with such ferocity that the unfortunate man fairly jumped But it was n twomile walk home and he tried again If you will let me explain SirrrlMadam am very Bor- rySIrrrrl young woman was beginning to took around as If for help Goodness said Smith to himself This isnt a girl She is one of those automatic dolls If Id touch the right button shed play a tune I know she would Just a word he said aloud I dont wish t- oSirrrrrlOh blazed cried Smith In utter exasperation Do you think Im pending all this time trying to fish up an acquaintance with you I want my quarter A look of fright came over the face of the young woman She began to fumble at her purse Oh Im not a beggar growled the enraged Smith I dont want your money I want mine Fulton street carl All aboard In his excitement Smith hadnt no tiled the arrival of the car his car The young woman hurried aboard Smith followed lIe took a seat across from her and she glared at him but Smith is a pretty good glarer himself when he gets mad and he was very mad now Her eyes dropped and she moved along To Smiths great thankfulness there were few other possen gus When the conductor came to him he pointed at the tall young woman She will pay my fare he sai- llSIr1rIII gasped the young woman Sbehas every cent I have in the world pursued Smith doggedly Oh dear The man is crazy lie followed me on the car lIes crazy conductor I dont know him Ive touched the other button said Smith grimly I thought there mutt be somethingbeaidesliirrrinherLady the conductor who was somewhat puz zled Smith didnt look either drunk or crazy or the kind of man to throw Oil a car without well substantiated rea sons She doesnt said Smith bufshea got a quarter of my money Where How demanded she I dont know where now and Id hate to guess said Smith Conductor said the youngWoman in tremulous tones this man came up to me on the comer and tried to engage me in conversation I neve saw him in my life before J thought so said Smith composedly Because I ventured to ad dress a lady who had first thrust me Into the gutter and then absorbed my last cent you immediately jump to the conclusion you yourself being the lady in question that I am so overcome by the attractiveness of the performance as to try to get up a flirtation with you Thats what you think IsntI- tSIrllrl laid the young wom an but this time she said it without any enthusiasm as If rather she couldnt think of anything else to say One of the passengers was a youthful creature who now conceived that here was his grand chance to play the part of hero for n damsel in distress Accordingly he arose and approached Smith from the rear What right have you to annoy this lady he began and then stopped for Smith had whirled so suddenly as to make him blink Oh remarked Smith In pleased ac cents Youre a man arent you LOOKED AT HIM AS IF HE WERE A DUO Anyway you wear trousers and the rest of the garb What do you mean sir demanded the other in fierce accents Why you see Ive been laboring under the disadvantage of argument with a lady But youre different My friendhero Smith laid a hand none too lightly on the shoulder of the other unless you wish to experiment with a usually placid temper you will go back to your seat and make money minding your business The young man sat down aided slightly it may be by the gentle pres sure from the hand of Smith Then the conductor asked Smith if he wouldnt rather pay his own fare than make lot of trouble Of course I would answered Smith if I could but my last cent is now helping to keep that lady warm Here the conductor turned to get the youngwomans fare and she in her nervousness dropped it on the floor Then she stooped over to recover it As she stooped she gave a little exclamation of alarm and put her hand to tree neck The next Instant a quarter rolled out from the front of the collar and fell to the floor Smith pointed to it and smiled sweetly Do you commonly carry loose change In the back of your neck mad am YTie asked It Isnt mine she gasped I dont know how it got there No its mln said Smith annexing it and youd have found outlong ago that It got there by slipping out of my hand as I was tossing It in the air If you hadnt been so afraid that I was trying to take advantage of your uh chaperoned youth anti beauty The young woman turned very red Smith handed the quarter to the con ductor Take two out of that he said Let me out at the next corner said the young woman with vast dignity and she went leaving the coin she had dropped under the flgor grating The youth who had interfered went out too Smith got his change and sold to the conductor pointing to the deserted coin under the grating Thats your rakeoff Theo he went out on the platform and contemplated with glee the tall young woman standing on the comer and repulsing the advances of the wouldbe squire 8f distressed damsels Coltnn Mill IB the South Fiftyseven new cotton mills have been built In the south luring the past 12 months 1 a Am K4ncatloB l PrOKrmnmv Is your boys education nearly complete naked the friend Yes answered the man who la nothing if not sarcastic lie knows the classics and the higher mathe matics and logic and philosophy pretty thoroughly Im going to sea it I cant put the finishing touches on his culture and get him so he can calculate the Interest on a 90day note without getting brain tog and read the dally news without yawning WahingtonStarReady Caller So you have just graduated at Miss Teachem private academy 7 Fair Graduate Yes I am now go Ing to a flashing school to study draw ing music language sculpture re POUSBM work embroidery etiquette etc To what finishing school win you go Oh any of the public schoolN- T Weekly The Only Way Ont Chemists Assistant Good gracious I have kept that woman welting three quarters of an hour I forgot all about her prescription ChemistYou will hue to charge her a good tall price In order to make her think you had a lot of trouble in mix- Ing it up TitBits And Never It Shank And so Skooper has organ ized a close In mnemonics lIe claims to be able to teach an unfailing meth od of neverforgetting OShawe What is his scheme Shank Why he induces each mem her of his clsss to loan him five dol lars Thats sillPuck- Ctroamtatlal Evidence Isnt your neighbor Bllnkinoff a drinking man- I wouldnt like to give an expert opinion on the subject Ill admit how ever that I saw him the other ulgbt trying to drive n splggot Into an ash barrel thinking that It was elder Cleveland Plain Dealer The Leeelrae Age Its a lessless age remarked Sim pers What do you mean Inquired Gales Heres a couple who entered upon a loveless marriage drove away In a horseless carriage and received all their congratulations by wireless telegraphy Ifnltlmore American Stolen Again The moonbeams were stealing In the henhouse door read the rustic child with the mew story book What were they stealing teased the youth In the blue jean Chickens grinned the rustic child Chicago Dally News The Riyal Ilellea Mr Rlchfcllow I am told that Miss Flneseason took all the prizes at Vas gar college What a wonderful mem ory she must have Miss Twoseason Indeed she has And it goes so far bncki Y Weekly holy tie Won Her One sent her verses In that way Ills pen was somewhat bandy The other wooer won the dayiHe tent a box of candy Chicago Record A MAX OK LC1T1 its What are you doing nowadaysII live by my pen And what do you may askLetters to my friends to borrow money rVIoUchloelle Life Ilaneo Came Our Mfength and our means we expend And we venture on many a bold trick To nnd we have gained In the end Jut experience that ethical gold brick Brooklyn Life Govern a Multitude of Fanlta What made you suppose that old Crossgrain line dyspepsia Why I like to take a charitable view of everybody and dyspepsia is the best excuse 1 could thnk of for his dlepositionlPuckWhat Himself First Tourist Are you not going to climb this mountain Second Tourist No it is absolutely too steep and rough for a donkey to climb so I shall not try to ascend Harlem Life Great on Charge Ford Your lawyer made some pret ty severe charges against tho other fellow didnt he Small wort Yiees but you ought to sco how he charged mo TltBlts Sometimes a Known Qnaatltyv Always let X equal the thing you want to find softly uttered the wife as she went through her sleeping husbands pockets and abstracted the needed10 blll Cblcago Tribune Ho Reallaed It WlteA man is a fool to have any thing to do with a lottery Husband You hit it then tlm still kicking Harlem LifeIWas Mrs Lumpkins reception a crushThe parlors werent half full but the diningroom was packedChi cago Record j THE FOX ART GALLERY If DANVILLE KY This U now the most todate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been rep cently equipped with the marvelous AnMtlgra Lenses the now discovery In optical science to say to the Ladle that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of tho very latest Designs it JVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Snit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among tho lot It the New French Fieuf De moulding ipcclally for suitable qellcalo pictures rmbrolderetl Mats French Water color anllall pictures that re hairs a dainty When In Danville call anti ue us end get our price We will save you money 124 Third ftreet Opposite Ioa Ofllfc Danville Ky American Wire Fence t The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like ItIGeo H Farris Co When You Need i t Paints Oils j r 1 Consult Craig Hooker Stanford f Seven experienced teachers each one a pecIalUt in his lips Uraduatrt of thl tucolleKO business houses There are other schools bnt none can oiler uu t facilities 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs a Books Stationery Paints r And Oils Telephone No2 Stanford Ky II wraJ2arA udu trains SundayTo OLv 01 CMMa Ce nn au rAay- a OArs Ci flew Orleans fiouston Oalueston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and reached via New Orl nsIor Shreveport over th- eOuen and rQscQntFr- om Cincinnati and the North Sq Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New OrlemsIVestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour OnlY One Change Cars to Jackson Vicksburg Houston San Antonio etc f THI KIT nmeNtwu sew CaiUftl IITHIOVIIK A0 KIICIKT 16 rvcry 4 trtlni on er ro quickly INDIANAPOLIS i Four FastTrains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS uuArm 4 trains every weekday 3 trains on Sunday Pullman and WsgnerSteeprn- on night trains Vestibuled tPallor Gee on day train c= fI 4 train tvtry weekday a trains on Sunday TO CHICAGO I I Vellbulcd trains Alanylardand Compartment I Sleeping Cars Victor Cart and Cafe Dining Cars Stanford Female College WILLIAM SIIELTON PRESIDENT Session Will Begin Jany 22nd Wher andIPrincipal I s f I L WNVILLE KENTUCKY At SkJflSHQOODSr amorf than give tho names of the various materials s int yon will ask to sec them We will begin with the oapcfit Clio celebrated A P C Ginghams we offer t a large range of choice styles at lOd i 1000 yards of Remnants of tine 15c grade Sen Madras for Waists and Shirts 8 13c Thjnninc Seersucker in Bines Reds Grays wns lain Pinks at 12 12c Ji inch Chambray Madras infDots Stripes b10Plah Colors at 18c Inch Standard Madras u fine specialty 1 Wh ts Negligee Shirts 25c ircl Cheviot with Silk Stripes also for 2Are5c visssno Zephyrs a noveltymule liko t TghnniB only very thin just right for Amer Waists tool Dresses Comes in stripes 25crTim Tim jelcolols only Price 40c III11CY stripe Linens for waists 35c vimbroiderod Dot Crepe in all the evening Ades and black at 20c o Ilk stripe Gropes in black anti Pastel col This JH cry flue appearance 30c lid Blue Pink Heliotrope and Lack 1floeVombroidorod in white at 50c Touchxe line white dot and figured Swisses OIvo t American Dimity 15c neb 8t brunch Dimity 25c Malt lite Dimity with embroidered dot 25c PertLinen Duck for Skirts and Suits in On rBlnc Bluit and Black at 30c lack Linen 5atisto at 25c 30c Ilk Pieces of exclusive designs in the very whit lice stripe embroidered and Chcno lhGinghams at 25c to 50c JlOTnll of tho above wo show a full line of colors not i I vice or two of each and wo show you goods different a any houloJW AaJcaC Kresstot GccdSI neaitbT carry tho most extensive line in Central Kentucky elmciur present stock was contracted for at lowest range T4OY Ices anti wo cnn save you money on any kind inoiH nrictta Cloths all wool from f0c to 125 JosOe8 silk warp Henriettas 185 to X175v j liuch Pebble Cheviots at 1 to 150 is jicviots sponged and shrunk tier to 125 go winch Poplins reversible X135 to 150 jfJMnch all wool Melrose X150 Yeli English Coating 150 WMICI Mohair Grenadine 1 JJr inch Shark Skin 125 op Much Zoholliuc 125 to 150 5inch Silk warp Dross Crepe 1 to 3 IoOinch Broadcloths 1 to 3 fXMnch Ycnitians 250 cajilk Grenadines 100 to 350 of ilk Drapery Nets 75c to 300 null icut out Dresses 2000 to dOOO Nothing but good stunt in our Black Goods Wo hope I i will got acquainted t j tackytcrbut THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky MAR 16 1900 El 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER THE boat materials combined with care skill and accuracy insure good results No other methods arc over PonnylrulPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP MR T W UiaaiNS Is up from Lou svlllo MB A ADDAMS of Lebanon was hero yesterday Miss BKTTIK LEWIS is very sick at her homo nt Turncrsvlllc J E PORTMAN went to Louisville yesterday to eec his wife LexingtonIG A MORGAN a substantial Rock castle farmer was hero this week LENA little daughter of Mr U S Traylor Is very ill with pneumonia 0Mat J M PETTUS of Lexington It with his relative Mrs Kate Miller G It CARRIER and family left yesterday for New Albany Ind to reside Miss SUE McRouERTS of Danville was hero this week on route to Rich A A MCKINNEY of Danville came up Tuesday to see Miss Annie Philips MR W E PERKINS of Crab Orch am went to Cincinnati Wednesday to buy goods Nits HOLDAM STUART of Corbin is visiting bet parents Mr and Mrs G W DcBord MR J1 BRIGHT of Lexington one of the best democrats In tho State was hero Wednesday Miss JENNIK MCKINNEY Is spend log a week with Mlsitca Annie McKln nay and Annie Dunn MRS MATT WOODSON and children of Mlddlesboro nra with her parents Mr and Mrs O J Crow ATTORNEY L REID fit London ard C C Williams of Mt Vernon were hero Wednesday Miss ISAUBLLE MILLION and Joel D Tribble of Richmond have been visiting Miss Lilly Peyton GILL M COOPER is clerking for Ueazley Hays and R C Engleman Jr for George H Farrlaf Co His legion of friends In Lincoln are glad to learn that clever R D Bruce of Doyle Is Improving in health MR E P OVVSLEY Is up from Co lumbus Ga to see his father Dr J It Owslpy who Is much improved Miss GERTRUDE GORDON who has been with Miss Battle Wearen lo t yesterday for her homo in Mississippi MESDAMES D S CARPENTER and Salllo Shlpman of Hustonvlllc were hero this week consulting Dr W B Penny THE Central Record lia11 that the Lancaster boys have dubbed Commonwealth Attorney Owsley The Com monwealthMR K SHUOARS who was in Stormcs pharmacy at Lancaster for years Is now with Druggist G M Cumbcst at McKlnney hiie tor their marriage and reception Wed nesday evening and took rooms at the Sit Asaph Yesterday Mr McRobcrts was at hid post at W B McRobcrts drugstore ai usual which shows what a man of business he Is IIe Is one our most moral and exemplary yours men and stands high In the favor queenlytractive and society will be enriched by her presence Congratulations onI all sides wore very much in evidence yesterday Mr McRoborts bearing his buwithayeOurof the nuptial t LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work GARDEN Seeds of all kinds Warren f Shanks FitEsil bread every day three loave- for lOc John II Meier LOSTScoth terrier white with brown head and cars Answers to Dick Information thankfully receiv cd Mary A McRoborls READ the advertisement of the Lex Ington Investment Co Mr A Addams head of the branch olllco at Lebanon and W S Durch Is solicitor for this county for the very solid concern SHERIFF OWENS who has Just returned from Frankfort to take convicts says that the democrats are lying 011 their oars now awaiting the decision of tbo court of appeals and if favorable they will take charge of the executive building at all hazards Dy tho way Auditor Coulter paid his claim in full for taking the criminals thither WE want your trade on enlargements and will otter special Inducements for limited time If you ever Intend to have a picture enlarged now is you time for a bargain We can give you hand stippled crayons for less than you have been paying for good airbrush work And so in every finish and grade wo will cut the prlco in two If you want a cheap plcturq wo can supply you If you want something elegant we can supply you at a prlco that defies competlon See samples Miss Sacray ONION sets at Warren Shanks rSEED Potatoes at Warren Shanks FOR pure maple syrup go to mil k Becks DALTON Is headquarters for good watcb work NICE matting rugsc at Bcazley Rave JUST received a carload of flooring and coiling A C Sine SEE ad of the River Woollen Mills P P Combest president on our Oth page G P RAMSEY bought of Peyton Parrott a vacant lot in Rowland for 8200 and of W A Hall one for ti5 OLD Mocic WHISKY G D Wcath erford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky in Bus tonvlllc H C Mock- DEIREC1ATION Mrs Waverly Ham llton tells us that she sold a lot in Row land to Isaac Hamilton for 840 that she paid 8117 for several years ago and was glad to got rid of It at that S A MAN wroto this telegram properly punctuated but It was sent minus the punctuation and untclllglblc to the receiver It was and I said not or Can you punctuate it properly JOIN WADDLE who has been sub ject to epileptic tits for years was de clared of unsound mind by a jury Tues day and Deputy Sheriff C B Owens took him to the Lakeland Asylum Wednesday MRS M C SAUFLEV county chair man W the Ladles Goebel Monument Society desires us to say that she has received the certificates and is ready to give them to subscribers to tho fund TilE Little Red Hog who has been dot ndlnl E Wilson for killing a woman will now have to defend his son R R Ewell for assisting Wilson In nulling the jury box In Rockcastle He was held In 1000 for his appear ance at Mt Vernon today DOES any reader of hiepaper know Moses Dullard who served In the 123d U S Colored Infantry during the civil war A pension agent at Washington has a matter of importance for him or his widow If he be dead Mallard sup posedly belongs to thle section SnoTA little son of Jonb Badgctt of the West End was accidentally shot iu tho head by tho 10year old son of Al Rogers Wednesday The little fel lows were playing with tho gun when it was discharged and tho wound Its contents made may prove fatal 0tcau fire In cleaning a mantfb She ran 150 yards and Jumped in pond and exting ulshcd the flames With close atten ion she will recover Mary Tuckera little daughter of Samuel Tucker will playing making a play house cu herself dangerously In tho head wit an axe Recovery Is possible I AM now receiving my spring and summer goods and you are cordially Invited to call In and see my handsome stock In addition I am agent for the CnclnIo Chicago and will take accurate mess urea for suits pants or overcoats fo youjC a Rupley THE weather of a week or more ended Wednesday night In a snow storm which prevailed heavily for l4 hours or more but tho ground being warm it molted fast Several Inches remain however and the mercury is down to IH this morning with a clear sky A Winchester weather prophet who it Is said never misses says are e to have eight more snows before winter releases his grip OLD AClIVVIhire Amanda Roberts of tho East End has passed ofslife but she Is as active as tbo average woman of 60 She lives about 2i miles from Crab Orchard and almost every Sunday she walks in to preaching and frequently during the week she can bo seen wending her way homo from town with her arras full of groceries or some thing she has purchased Her mind li as clear as It was threequarters of a century ago- DAUOUERTYMrs William Daugh arty died at 0 A M Wednesday of pneu monia aged nearly 73 She had been ill of neuralgia and rheumatism for some time bnt sho contracted pneu monia only a few days ago Mrs Daugh erty was Miss Mary Shackelford and she bad been married to her husband who survives 47 years last Friday Sho had been a strict member of tbo Bap tist church for over a half century and was a splendid woman Tuesday morn Ing she called her husband and daugh tor Miss Molllo to her and after kIss willrgo far toward assuaging their grief Four children wore born to Mr and Mrs Daughortybut only tho one above survives throe eons having dled many years ago Rev J B Crouch made a short talk at tho house yesterday after noon after which all that was mortal of the good woman was laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery 0 Some Interesting FiguresCapital Stock orthe Four Great Banks of the world t Bank of England ir 86047935 Bank or FranceJ 365OOOOO Imperial Bank or Germ any 2856OOOO Bank of Russia H H 25714920 Total 176822854 IurYorkUlchard aaactsSecondINSUREDExtended polleyLIberalOne months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply toe tuckyandA G Eastland Special Agent Stanford Ky W Glothinge Beautiful Styles Perfect Fitt- ingCOMETO u US For Your Spring SuittCummins McClary Cash Clothiers and Furnishers Spring flas Gome And finds us showing an immense stock of bright fresh Wash Goods Our Emroideries And Laces Uaye always been tne prettiest shown In Stanford and this season cannot be rivaled anywhererLACE CURTAINS AND DRAP ERIES We have many now things to show In this sir o and a look is sure to find what you want SATIN STRIPE CHALLIES In entirely new patterns they are big sellers and very popular for shirtwaists Our Ready Made Skirts Are shown in Duck Linen and Cotton Covort Cloths Dont fall to see our Fancy Mercerized Petticoats Remember you can always find with us the best qualities and latest styles JOHN P JONES Stanford i mi I Naw Drass IUUUUM m IWe have just placed on sale a very attractive line of Spring Dress Goods in Black and Colors i New Silk Jacquards Chev i1iots Serges Crepes Melrose i andIOpposite Court House IZeigler Brothers Shoes l e eM l4 t THE INTEKIOMOIJRNAL Entered n the fioilofflce at Stanford at tecond clat matter QublSah0Ttte0sy sadrrtcova 1 PER YEAR CASH When not opard 200 will b chirjed QUEEN A CRESCENT Tntoi going South pus Junction City No1- oea not stop No 3 llMr x Nod 1121 No 0 803r Going South No2 1010 slop No j 3 w No JiJJp No lOOA FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains lure Frankfort it 050 840 r with tbe c aced a lfOlJelownr 0 lieturuinii leave Paris st 930 and 140 p retching Frankfort otter connecting with Q c O trains at 1120 x 710 r and 913 PI The latter train leans Oenrretown at 7151 NIJKNEWTONUPA IMPORTANT NOTICE To the or taDrUn 1will apln uppl you with Ice manufactured how pore dltllled ter by tolaDrOn Water Light t Ice Co this ial For Ind ores 40 cent dtilrered for lses thin 100 pounds Yo rerI pound Orden filled an hour have the best of Coil Block Lump- Nutaelowestpriest sod Also Urlck and Lime te- N terms are cub bllll mutt be II wben presefled Jill phone order promptly ailed aDd atlilacllon Thauking for al- lfavonIsin pU Respectfully Pbbnell J WlERRl- NGreen RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey Co Kyr JIASUPACTCRRBS or Jeans Linseys Flannels BlanketsI Ana Yarns We raakea specialty of ROIL CARDINU and aloof Yarn Ingle oraply In any rolor Our raacblntry Is drsI Ctass and all the good tnado the 6 of any olbermllllIJeans made at 15o yard 10 ox a yard Flannel at 15c 9 ox wool required Plain LIo Vf t ox wool required hits llea- TIll123Sewoa wool required If colored red or blue tla more All Wool W pair 81b wool required to a Hingis Yarn t ox wool required 10 pound 2 or 9 Yarn UcI lb IS ox wool required to pound tor red blue ur black In yarolill a 31 3e a pound Our Motto Hlch Grade Goods llard Encouraktnslsdustry Jive howe labor Why send your work to distant mills when you can get a better arilcle at home fur oowI ualhely the urns price We solicit you pa oolgeandguaranteeto give aatlilactloa In qial Sty or work In prices In fair dealing Drlol u your work and we conrlnce you tact our claims ire Dot eztraTanut Wool taken la ex change lor good iiarket Write or call and get our prletontpt attention to all In1ul A DIa shipped In Iota of tedeorovertrelghtpaIdoue way We do not pay any freight on lots pounds JRKKS IUVEB VoOLKN MILLS Shipping Point McKlnney 1hll Casey Co Ky Isaiah White Agent Stanford K- yNOTICEI Witches cleaned cts Hocks from 210 tot 110 clocks 9c All w- oInmrlinelouwetutprlcea A work and guar steed For cash at residence on Lon easUr street ItOUT FENZKL W s BEAZLEY D D8 Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VltalUfd Air Physician In attend auce Olace In the Now Thompson Building 78 BICYCLES REPAIRED Most completo Bicycle Store In Central 4uy break In a IHey clc Workmanship Guaranteed- DANVILLE CYCLE CO 4 115 3rd St Danvllle Ky New hoarding House I turn luorod loco Mrs Kate DudikrirV house On Lancaster Street and am prepared to furnish ROod bard by day week or month at reasonable prices rverything new and dean loud latle rooms Special dinners nn Court Papa Ms S S YAXTIS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will soil or exchange torn small farm In the vicinity of Stanford a house and OJ crva of ground on VnnArsdale Avenue Stanford known as the Watts place I will well a part or all of It For further pardon lars call on or address R E L SIMS Stanford Ivy Marshals Sale For City Taxes The following real estate will be offered for pub lie ule to the highest and bnt hider to city tane Ou Nan tor porn 1897 1898 sod sac oata of collection April 2 1KX before IhofjurVhouvj door In Stanford Ky for cash In hand to wit Was colored one town lot 15 81 Ivan Cooku 400 Jones lIelnIt It II 6 1John BneedIt 16 e u u u Jlarrlnon W D Tardlf II4m I 45 Anderson Hocker n n no JonesWm lJ Moran n n u 2 Goo 931Whllley O J NKWLAHD M C S PUBLIC SALE 5 RENTING Having decided to quit housekeeping I will on Wednesday Mar zr xgo o- At my borne In the town of Crab Orchsrd rent to the highest blddf ilhot prlrately rented before for the remainder of the present Theboueoonttinsand 15 acm of nrst class II rooms together with all necessary outbuildings There Is upl well of water at the door and and two on the TbepmpertysdJolnathepremisreof Crab vwndi 4rcba dSprings At lIae I sel- lljxg e lair Work Hules Sorrol MAre 2 Milk Cows Lot Fannies Implements vn l of Mowing Machines 2 Hind ere alflUSe I Hay Itakv Corn Sheller Imperial Plow T1 lSouWind6hla5oBboTe flows 2 IHorse UDrloz Jloarf Hay Wallal llouwbold and Kitchen Puruiture ireatabubdanoelbcludingene Kefriirerator examine and rentlerlOba Mfae TERNS day or or aalo 8ALTbc place wIlljMi rented for note equivalent personal abot tie u follows All sums of 110 ISdftnaeri cub In handover that amount a credit moulhL Notebearing lotnest with goo- daunty nfeiz uegotlable and payable In Hank will bore WMBTUAIIT 1ul P CUANDJEltAucllonrer I CRAB ORCHARD There are a great many Ibadsol hoop polea being brought U the factory now as the roads are rapidly Improving so as to make travel practicable Elder J G Livingston filled the pulpit ot the Christian church last Sun day A M and at night having an ap preciative audience each time Rev Wheatloy of Danville will preach at the Baptist church next Lords day We have had moat delightful weather for several days and many are taking advantage of the opportunity to put In early gardens The farmers alt seem to be earnestly engaged In preparation for heavy crops of various kinds and we trust their work will not be In vain Our merchants have their shelves filled with new spring goods Mr Dainerdn Is pushing bis cottage tocompletlon which with his new wire fencing and other improvements will ba quite a nice addltlon to Lancaster and Green Drier streets We hope others will imbibe the spirit of enterprise In our midst so that our place with Its natural advantages In the way of Its healthgiving waters may bo at tractive to the many guests and tour- Ists who resort thither during the wa tering season now so near at hand After a long and painful struggle with that dread disease consumption Miss Eva Steger passed peacefully sway on Wednesday night at 12 oclock It we could push ajar the gates of life and all Gods workings see wo might to able to interpret the many dispensa ions visited upon us in this life but oft times It Is difficult to see even the veriest rift of brightness In these dark clouds hovering over and around uabut it may be From home of love and fond embraces The weary one Is called to rest And bqncelorth In heavenly graces Her spirit whispers backTls best May this sad nflllcilon Inspire the be saved mother and relatives with an earnest desire to reach that blissful beyond where these sad partings are never known Rev R B Mabony will preach the funeral discourse Friday afternoon The friends of Mrs Sarah Brooks and Mr Dan Holman were rejoiced to see them able to attend church Sunday Miss Capltola Slaughter Is able to walkout in the sunshine Miss Eva Steger remains much the ame Mrs Kittle King will return train the city Saturday with a full stock of millinery Col James W Guest lato of Danville has moved to the old family residence on Mt Vernon street where bo will reside In the future Mrs B Alexander of New Liberty Is visiting her father Wra Stuart The citizens ot Crab Orchard all regret that Mr Stuart will soon have a sale preparatory to his leaving hero to make his home with his children though he will leave one room furnished In his old home so that he can return to It at any time Miss Jennie Payne has gone to the city fora stock of millinery goods and will occu py the old stand vacated by Mrs Kittle King Lew Pettus sod family have moved from Greenbrier to a resident on Stanford street Mr Pettus has accepted a position on the railroad There are 15 or 20 guests atCrab Orchard Springs and all sewn to enjoy the strolls during this sunny weather Mrs J J Brooks left Wednesday for a visit to friends in Nlcbolasvllle Miss I vnda Gormley left Tuesday for her home In Richmond after a protracted stay with her grandmother Several of our ladies attended the entertainment last Saturday afternoon given by Miss Anne H Shanks at her hospitable home In Stanford All enjoyed the occasion to Us fullest extent and returned to their homes feeling that It was good to have been there As they were all amateurs In the C W BM work they made no effort to answer the questions relating to the society but hope to post themselves for the future and trust that much good may result in all their praiseworthy undertakings Klfigsville Lincoln county Mr Hunloy Gooch died Saturday ot dropsy at the home of his daughter at South Fork His remains were Interred Sunday in Pleasant Point Cemetery The asphyxiation of several trainmen nod many of Gentry Bros showmen was au extremely sad occurrence It was not the first Incident of the kind bnt perhaps the most disastrous En gineer Jack Donovan was very bravo andaltboughsulTerln he wont back Into the tunnel without the as Ills tance of his fireman to rescue others There were eight men who were un conscious including Saunders who died on the way to Somerset and several were overcome among whom were two little boys Dr Radish of Somer set and Drs O M Thompson and J W Acton attended the sufferers Mr and Mrs Archibald Francis are exulting over the pusseston of a son a late arrival at their home Misses Eli za and Maudu Blankensblp entertained quite a number of their friends at their homo ono evening last week Oyster suppers are the present diversions in Klngsvillosolllo society Misses Sal lie and Ada Shelton together with a friend of Rowland visited relatives hero Sunday Miss Katherine McKln nov of Mt Salem Is the guest of the Misses Johnson Mra Ida Williams of Eubanks Is hero visiting friends and relatives Mrs Susie Vest and baby and Miss Bertha Vest of Eubanks are r visiting tho family of Mr Howard Sweeney Mrs C G Baker will go Cincinnati soon to select her spring stock of millinery Dr J M Aeton Is in Danville E W Crelghton will go to Burnsldo today to accept a position as tie Inspector with J W Bo land Oscar Mitchell of Chattanooga was a guest at Qotol Peunybacker Sun day and Monday Dr Joe McCarty dentist of fiarrodsburg is hero on a professional visit James Gant late of Lexington Is station agent here suc cessor to Jerry Begin who now work log at Erlanger EMO MIDDLEBURG There has been a mad dog at largo in this vicinity for several days Tho only known damage so far Is that of Its bit ing a bird dog belonging to Maj M W Jones of this place iVo understand that Miss Pearl Sta ton was not married as stated In our letter of tho 2d and we hereby beg pardon But that was the report that came to our oars more than once James Godby passed through this place last Saturday evening on route homo at Bethelrldgo from Lexington where he has been attendlg school for some months past Uncle Jim Mo Whorter has been confined to his room for some days past from an attack of cold but Is able to bo out agate Mrs Me Wheat returned to this place lat Saturday from Texas where she has been visiting friends and relatives for several weeks past J C Coulter of this place sold a small tract of land to J T Wheeler of Caseys Creek for 000 It Is situated about U miles NortJl of this placo on tho Hustonvlllo pike Mr Wheeler will begin atonco to erect a dwelling and blacksmith and wagon makers shop on tho pike opposite Turkey Knob schoolhouse Rev George Green and family are visiting relatives In Burgle this week M3 Wheat has sold his property In this place to the school district for 11 100 Mrs Odto Paul of McKinney was visiting relatives at this place this week W T Durham moved his fami ly to Cooperavllle Wayne county last week Ho will only make Coopcrsvlllo his home for a short while Married on the 8th at Liberty Mr Clel MaAnlnch of this place to Miss An pie Eliza daughter of Mr llauzy Russell of near Roys Mill this county After the ceremonies were com pleted the couple returned to the home ot the grooms parents Mr and Mrs R H MoAninch where a reception friends and rela waR enjoyed by many tives of the young couple Although Mrs McAnlnch was only notified of her sons wedding on the evening preced ing one would haVe thought from t abundance and variety of table sup plies that sho had had mouth- nich In to prepare for It The comp bride were nu ments passed upon the merous The couple have the best wishes of all of their numerous friends of this community BRIEF NEWS NOTATION A tenement house burned at Newark N J and 15 persous lost their lives Abe Burton charged at Selma Ind with horse stealing killed himself by eating glass A Cleveland concern will build at Hamilton Ont a steel plant to cost nearly 33000UOOO The reorganized Armour packing In terestshave been Incorporated with a capital of 20000000 John M Wampler a prominent bus ness man was sentenced at Gladevllle Va to hang for the murder of an at torney Editor R G O Benjamin of the Lex- Ington Standard a colored organ was tined 1 coot and costs for libeling a colored woman Mrs Daisy Ketnery widow of the man killed In a collision on the L N In 1897 was awarded 8000 lam ages at Franklin The House committee reported favorably on a bill to establish n National park on the site of the Peach Tree Creek battle field near Atlanta Tbo grand jury at Benton Indicted James John and Joseph Greer for the wilful murder of John Thomas colored The Negro was brutally treated and tortured before he was killed In Brunswick county Va Rev J E R Rlddlck a wellknown Methodist preacher shot and fatally wounded Dr William H Temple a prominent phy sician claiming that Dr Temple Insulted his wife The Shelby vllle and Bloomfield railroad was sold at commissioners sale at Shelbyvillo to P Booker Recd repre senlln certain bondholders for 825 001 The cost to tho new owners is nominally 8401001 Sabo Leonard an Arkansas farmer killed and burled his wife and in the woods near his home burned hU bouse to the ground and then commit ted suicide Jealousy was the cause Do was years old and his wife 27 Mrs Emily R Brooks mother of S R Brooks Uarrodsburg L It Brooks Cincinnati 0 and C R Brooke Guth rle O T who was Attorney for the Territory under President Clevelands administration is dead at the homo of her daughter Mrs Dr WO Nesbltt at Mt Sterling About 40 men mployed at T J Asber Sons saw mill In Bell county went on A strike for higher wages f M McCORMACKS CHURCH Sam McKttlrlok sold to F K Trlbblo a bunch of 80 pound shoats at Jljc Win Moser bought of Roy Spears n lot of corn at 92 50 In the crib Your correspondent received a letter from W W McKUtrlck stating that ho and his wife had both been sick over since they had bee4 in Indiana Uncle Toimnlo Spears of Casey vis ited his son Roy tho first of the week Will McCormack of Davices county son of George McCormack is visiting relatives end friends in this section Miss Minnie Eubanks has returned from Lexington whore sho has been visiting her sister Mrs James Bailey who baa been quite ill John mil has gone to Texas and Oklahoma with the view ot locating Leo Hill Is quite sick with stomach trouble Mrs Sam iIcKlttrlck has gone to Pcrryvllla to see her father Win Stlgall who- been has very sick for some time Misses Atricrica and Lou Hughes are back from attending the marriage of their brother W K Hughes C IL C The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune which has taken a little moro hand In tho Kentucky troubles than was essary has come to Its senses and ad vises as follows Waiving equity jus tlco and right the victims of tho fac tional democratic conspiracy In Ken tucky should recognize the engtnecry of law and submit to the exercise of constituted civil authority as repre tented in the local courts of Franklin county Every man for whom a warrant Is Issued should surrronder his person Into the custody of the officers of arrest PHEYEKTED TRAGEDY Timely Information given Mrs George Long of Jnw SlraltsTllle Ohio a dreaillul trag edy and saved two Urea frightful rough had long kept her aware every night She had tried Saul remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse unU urged to try Dr Kings New IIcorrr One ottle wholly tll1 her asst abe wrllH Jbl mar relous medicine also noted Mr Long of a leYfrt at tack of Ineumonls Suchculaare positive 1fthemalcbteumerit of this grand for eurlng alt throat chest and lutig trouble Only Me and II lvry bottle guaranteed Trial bottle fre at Penny Drug Store The outhern utu11 hveslnsnl Compuj Of Loxington Ky Plan INSURANOE REVERSED Wo Pay While YcnlLire Oil Line Companies Pay When Tea Die Oror Iono raid In lIyloloed Over JWWO lleserre and Surplus Regular Redemption Feb 1900 Continued from lure of the Oth cost Iald John O Rogers Versailles 2160 UI 15 S V Fry LulnlltoaU 50 at 15 J W Da U Carrollton 21 61 M JOTHOMlSUN Lancaster 31 50 11115 NIlDeatherIdgoUlcuroond 2150 31 55 J O Chonault 21 50 665 W A Hart Lexington 21 50 61 65 Walter Armstrong LouUvllI 28 50 52 Dr V UIowolS wrenceuurg23 fie TMFarnkwortlillarrodsburg 2350 52 Cella llerllntkt Lexington 22 50 4076 Walter Ilroylet Louisville 22 076 O IL Hobbs Covington 21 50 n Jeirnohardi Harrodiburg 22 70 Cumberland Somerset 2050 n WOPnilEOiritlDOELoxcnSl 17 Edw Wood ford Lexington 20 00 U 02 8 O Thomas Cincinnati 0 20 eat02 Enos Itayso Loulivllle M 50 12t 01 Xellto Nicholson Cbleago III 20 151 Nelson Hamon Georgetown 20 761- tan Goodman Loulsvlllo IB 40 I W 00IIobbeLexington to so 42 n Sol Mlllor Newport Newts Vu 20 50 la 02 Ilernard NelmlIf 8 00 16I Henry Tandy Lexington 060 1042 111421A8 8 Kirk Bhelbyvlllo 0 S- OJucal III 421 iitraub Louisville 0 00 W a Heard Catlcttsburg 00 181181 U O Dunatall Faltnouth 0 00 ls S William Ilorgcl Loulsvlllo 0 00 18 18 D T Fischer Lexington 0 J838 Murk Stevens 8 173 8 II Stevenson CUicacoIU 0 00 P8 18 Estono It Paddock Maytvllle 50 n 14 UO Yates Georgetown 113 Gormloy Lexington 1700 316 ICClarki1 8 50 1134 IJJC NIX LODOE K V 8 nu red AuretII 800 11130 ET Foster e 850 173 Carolyn llagland Lou In III 0 31 F A 8cholderII 8 50 n 3 Fitch Ilodgkln Winchester 50 17 3 L F Huffman Lexington 1 152 Hattlo E BuydonII 50 15 Newton Taylor ndmr 17 00 3f Florida Gibson UlcUmond 8 273 WO jessNewportNow Va 00 1630 M B OroweltII II 8 00 168 Mary B Hunter Lexington 8 00 1630 O IL Witw Georgetown 8 00 11130 J M Kelly Lexington 7 00 112 Taylor Lewis Louisville 6 00 12 Frank M Sutton Lexington 8 00 1631 J W Lancaster 7 50 1526 K 8 Lcobco Winchester 10 00 3361 J V Coffey Mlddlebtrg 7 do 112 L OburnolTer Louisville 0 00 12 1- 6lJlrr on Club Oyntlilana 7 50 15 26 LINCOLN WELL Yosemite 14 00 281 D Doaugrand Falmouth 7 H 1521 J Fox Louisville 7 00 112 William Dunn 0 00 1l16 P J Lamnhe r Lexington 7 00 u 23 H 8 Oassudy LaGrungo 15 00 36 J Kustle Luxlngton 7 15 60 Lawrenco 8 Leopold LouUrllle 7 00 1423 Maggie Ingexon Butte Mont 7 00 1123 1313650 700300 Proflt Over Cost 80p7 10 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stauford PCJSTEJt hereby warn all nrom treupasttng on my farm fur sue piinouNi whatever i ivM m llv Otlenhtllu JUNK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tho ac tion of the democratic party He solicits your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln Couuty subject to tho action uf the democratic arty support Is GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to sell privately Mac Iltb farm I nn Including house only rooms kitchen IUd collar and with cistern and rrlnlla the door The place Is located on the UanTllU nd Ihutonvill pike mllve from Danville aod from Huston tile Forty acrm of the farm Is In wheat In fine condition and then are IT intlnth land IIpunbr wants moss but tell him the entire t of sera Terms to Iult Ihe For further psrtlrulanca or add real 1C5AND1D013IIIlele 1 JT T SUTTON Undertalcer Htutonville Kentucky hUMrrctfl tbi people orWest UcceU Oan aud Csuy wunUes Full clock of Oollnllnd Caall p Carpenter Mana- gerPLEASE READ r January lit tho regular semiannual and settling time hat coma i gone hno not settled wltb- ml IOmoof my patroaa oar It are one settleThanking neltly ntlUst to oall and eollcltln a and all for tutronRgo contlnuoce Very J II OUEtlt Mlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable ScKITjIEY KY Good Rigs sat reasonable prices tJSafe driver double and single fur day or night II you want to work Casey and RdJolnlnjt countliH McKlnnoy Is the to drive tram Hones well for hy single feed day week or mouth A abate ot your pa ronago solicited FOX OaANI LIVERY FEED AND SALEI STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and jor sale at all lim- eaBiggar Bargains 4 Than Youiwlll end them at Ihe llarktt Store Clothlncfur Men llois and Children at for men Low Fries at the 8toir Hhon reduced pikriiassodeblldnhtboys ladles AT THE RACKET STORE lr loafs and Notions of aU UOdH the nktl gusk fur ladlaann tutu Oottle- to Store I urnlhID coudouttalba lhs Markel ttonr far lace InaFor carpelsMatting tg dahailii 01 our frlntt odp- ss tore fur oonllDuaotliand for and Iprereir bore beg to rmaIn yours but It- treatment ant laf lrleas = R1CI ET STOReS i Thehe Ilonoain tbe wunlry Stanford aad Liberty Ky N II 11rtIt uroelrurRootaofiil tied Iliahop and u4 uw Stare get an l Ilsswsx W lhllasket Mason Hotel MRS U DSUU SONpror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds 8 PenJw table Everything first cUM l wt moot all trains 8U D s CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Keci on hand a complete line ot liuggies lIuckbollrd harness urnl- turo o Agony for Ueerlng Mowers nut IIIndoltl and repairs Ollvor Ghlllel 1lowlI the best made always for smile Call on him 00 FRITH HOTEL r FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY DII hotel a the mountalns raW considered rnmeet all trains elwclalattention to trap ellng men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville KyM Tho most centrally located and only FJESIOLASS110to110 2 RATS One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars jiaaa the door to all parts of the City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill take Whei nd Core to Norris Von red a EXChanln Wtn1 Ullugherty chop In Sian ford unit got In exchango lour and MOAI You can also buy Flour Meal ShIp aluff titan Chicken Ud c cheaper nt- my lace than any where In town Ii trllli I ask I believe exchange will bed thing for farmer und I pledge Tiber Jl transactions and lull weight goodo Dix River Hollertrove rMllUttndaroflntclass MORRIS FlIED Telephone Spring 19O Trees Plants Vines orllnbsrdiAw11 ul Harden The Unrest stork In Kentucky of Fruit euJ Ornsiuenul Tree lraw Vine Strawberry Hants tpangni llhutiarb and goods ordlmrlly grown suih an e taWU ment lenrnl Nursery and strawberry catalogues to be hd on to j yP F WHITE HOTEL W It CVUUIEH IKOtt CORDIN KENTUCKY Clost to rasstnger IApol Hrslcbus throughout Itates tt per day Hs Ca RUfLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFOkD KYIGood Wanantcd ti Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Cal A S PRICK SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflcCT UcIUborts Drug Store In th Uvslsj ItnlldlBg IR A JONES i DENTISTStanford I K tl InonoNo 49 sOveHigginsM11Klnneytit iAZBPENNYDDS f STANFORD KYPKVuniic at Itc lli nr on Lancaster Street DR Re COLDST6IN Tar Celebrated Eye Specalist n or t Louisville Kentucky mil it at Hit Voranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Mar 24thl- ifturning one tidy in raids month Eye Esaalacd aai Oltisn Sclectlflcallj AyutUi FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOItD KY CiplUl Qck 100000 Surplus 117683 61 This Institution originally rlhed as th IKxItlUnknf SlsnforJIn JiM i hen reorganized at thtNatloaalllank of Stanford In 1861 andagalu oorgsnlted a he First National Hank ol Stanford n 1MJ has had practically uninterrupted enCl for years It is Ulttt supplied now will Ucllltifs for transacting business promptly and lib trail than Ttr before In Its long and honorable rarest Accounts ol ludlflduats nducUrlelrui and IndlTlduali solicited DlnlCTOXI- F Reid Lincoln Co J W Htydtn Stanford S TnanlII 8 H lUughtaan J S Docket TrHllI WP Walton II W A Tribble JHOollUrCrabOrchd M J Miller MtVitcn M DEImort Btanford r orncaast35lioe er PreNrni J j Mcno5rli Caihltr Lincoln CountyNational Bank II0 Capital 8tocltllnO000- 6ucceior to The Farmers Hank A Trust OomlfDTiand touslySolicits Your Bank Account iloplugjsuch mutestlyIMKECTOHS J J Williams JSOirilcr Brf JN Menefte A W Carpenter W H CumiulDi JE Lynn S n jihank J F Cash J H Uwslty OFFICEIU S U Shank President J Otrlle7Il5uhler jIl DrifLt AisfCashlar r