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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JQURNAUi VOL XXV11I STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 20 1900 9AtL NO 6 NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Col D O Colon trial la sol far April 17 at Frankfort Tho fiscal court of tulaikt baa rained the poll tax to 81 William R Casey was found dead Irt fhie room at Sprlngflold- Corblti U to have a brick hotel mod ern In all of appointments tTbomal C Tadlock died at his homo In Danvlllool consumption aged 40 I MlitLtlllo Potters has been appointed postmaster at Oneida Clay county poilolUco bas boon established at IA Laurel county and Joseph 8 Foutz appointed postmaster County Attorney Sbadoan of Pulse kli topped a proposed glove contest at tho opera houso la Somerset t Somerset people are thinking about t Iconnecting South Somerset and Som C oreat proper with an clcctrla car line Mr Gilbert wants Mrs C A Hard lag appointed to a position In the con Il lUll department and she will likely be Cat Logston a IVttburg blind tiger man was fined 12000 by tbo court at London for numerous offenses In bis lino The Somerset Banking Co Curd ii U A Johnson and the Somer ISmltb Co have sued tbo town of Somerset for 1 1700 amount of vouch ers hold by them Mr Gilbert Introduced a bill to pay J II McDrayor of Lawrenccburg the sum of 13210 In payment for corn hay and other farm products taken from him by tho Federal troops during the j civil war M U Steele who was confined In 1 Jill at Frankfort charged with shoot tog W C Foster was rclewed on bond of 1200 furnished by Footers brother Dr A C Foster and Cant Ed Parker of London TboMt Vernon Signal say that a spring on Mm Mary Pitman place which for 76 years gave the purest of water Is now filled with a fluid resctn i l ibling butlcrmlllc and oven stock will drink It K Lackey of Mtddlcsboro con 1not of bribing Negro voters to stay from the poll was fined 11000 Judge Evans aid given seven Imprisonment Ills attorney sued out a writ of error and ho was roo leased on I2MO bond The trustees of the Uarbourvllto Baptist College have purchased ol Joe A Black the Queen City Hotel build tag and four acres of land The hotel will bo used as A dormitory and a large brick building will be put up for col legc uso- Pulaikls sheriff has turned In 1400 delinquent tax payers and tho P n Journal asks tho pertinent question Is It possible that there arc 1400 voters In Pulaikl who have not a dollars worth of property No wonder tho county Is overwhelmingly republican HUSTONVILLE It Is said that the cold snap of the last low days Is the coldest known for this time In March for 21 years A protracted meeting conducted by Hev John Edwards of Louisville will begin at the Presbyterian church Fri day night The little 11 year old eon of J W Badgott who was accidentally shot Is doing nicely and the doctors have some hopes for his recovery Tho Coral Builders under the direc Yowell and IPeclal1prograuufor Mrs Alice Luslc has returned after an extended visit in Baltimore Her daughter Mrs Wm C McAfee came with her C L Holmes Sundaycd hero as usual Miss Bcttlo Logan Is In Cincinnati Mr and Mrs J Roy B t Roto loft for Mlddlcsboro Sunday Dr Hawkins Brown hoe been Ill for several t days There li more Catarrh In thliMctlonoflhceoun fry thin IlIolrdl1 put together and until the lilt wjeln1I to be Incurable Fen eat nlnpreuccrlballal tonedleeand lo can dlsrree nd lconitantlr hlHuK to cur local UMtiu U Incurable Science has proven rll to be a runitltutlonal disease ami therefor- erntuirntoartltulional treatment lIatll tadarrh Cure FJ CbeneA Co Toledo Ohio U the only eoniUtuUooaf cure on the market Ills taken Internally In done from 10 dropttoa teMpooDtul It acts directly on the bloeland ruucout of the 1ltem They tularsandtesIAnonWifAddrsassend for clr ClltstldY A CO Toledo 0 Sold by Ilru1 7Jc Bills awtly are the 1e1 RAILROAD Bargain days to points I in the Northwest Seldom If dyer will such low rates again be mado tot Minnesota North and South Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington Utah and British Columbia as now In effect from Louisville by tho Monon Route They will close on March 20th positively Full Information also maps and time tables will be furnished on request by K H Bacon D P A Mo non Routo Loulsvtllo Ky YOLCA1IIC ERUPTIONS Are grand but BklD Eruptions rob lllo ot Joy llucUeui Sale yucca them also Old uu War Cull UlcenlIJIIJ1Itloal tThaapp- olieods l Chilblains Ilnt lUe Cur on Earth oullillnl and MIee Only 230 a box Cure guirantwd Sold by 1enny Druggist f Tho snow In some parts of Penn yl q tovanla was 17 Inches deep 4 LANCASTER Miss May Hughes punctuates your telegram as follows It was and I said not tor Is this correct Yes sir Chief of Pollco Plorco took Frank Drye colored before Judge Brown on tho charge of playIng craps and ho was fined Sti Kloilbuyoleg death resulting In each caso with In 21 hours after they became anilcted Mr II C Carlton has contracted to build a residence for G S Gatncs Dr Acton has moved Into his now red deuce Allen Aldrldge has a newly born son named for Gov William Goo bol Miss Klvlrlo ago 14 daughter of Mr and Mrs JG Burnsldo dlcti Friday alter Intcnso suffering of putrid sore throat A largo crowd attended the funeral and burial at Paint Lick on Sunday forenoon She was a member of the Presbyterian church and a bright amiable and lovable girl The sincere condolence of the community extended to tho bereaved parents An Ohio paper devotes nearly two columns to a sketch of the venerable Hugh Boll who died recently In his 80th year Ho woe well known here especially by stock men having fro quently visited thls county during tbo past 10 years to purchase fine cattle of which ho was a great admirer When on etheso trips ho would stop with Capt T A Elkln who became much attached to him Prof Edward IJoHov of Georges town was at Maples Sunday Squlro W H Klnnalrd has been to Middles boro Mrs L Y Lcavoll has not been well for a low days A T Anderson la clerk at WB Burtons stables II B Northcutt baa established a branch store at Danville Ed Minor Is looking for a site hero to build a largo Hourand planing mill R E Hughes A Co are preparing to publish a book entitled That Kentucky Campaign which will contain a graphic description of our late troubles from tbo beginning In tbo circuit court Friday Isaiah Faulkner Jr colored confessed to the offense of stealing cattle from Tram and Tom Conn on two occasions and he was sentenced to tho penitentiary for two years In each case Eliza Reid a notoriously bad character was given three year for stealing 144 from Bob McSpaddln a highly honorable and trustworthy colored porter at the Simpson House These make Ova pen itentiary sentences In five day Judge William Bockner of Winchester filed a demurrrcr to the petition which sc ks to recover 110000 off the bond of GInn d Co publishers for discrimi nating In the price of schoolbook Af ter elaborate argument by him and by Williams and McMurtry for plaintiff tbo court sustained the demurrer and expressed tho opinion that only actual damages If any could bo recovered Judo Becknor has ovidonty Chang ed his views as ho favored the law and the bond In his speeches while bo was canvassing against the democratic ticket during the last campaign In tho ca oof John Smith against Mrs Salllo Ballard for 120000 damages L F Hubble for defendant made an argument fora change of venue which was opposed by Pomllnson Roihwoll and Swlnobroad utter which the court over ruled the motion The people are anxiously awaiting tho decision of tbo court on the validity of warrants that wero issued against parties for tbo Il plait sale of whisky as It is likely that the qucstson whether or not local op tlon prevails bore will nccacsarlly be decided at that time But no fears should bo entertained as It Is not be lieved that the board of city council would grant license even if the law U Inoperative Ills believed however that another vote will bo taken on tho question and If this should bo done tho majority will voto against the sale of whisky It can bo proved by a num bor of old and worthy citizens that there Is not half so much crime com mitted now as thoro was under the conso system Thcro U moro talk over ono drink now than there was over 100 under llconso hon and that Is what misleads some people Tho law brings the crime out as darkness causes the start to shine Six moo have quit drlnlc log who drank more than 300 average men yet no law prohibits anything In toto PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely Information Mrs George Long of New BtralUTllle Ohio prevented a dreadful trig elyanti u tit two Urea frightful long kept her awake every night She hadtried many reiundlce and docton but itcadlly grew worse until Ul1 od to try Pr Kings NeW Dlewverl One bottle cured her lOll she writes this mar rlAous medicine also cured Mr Lang ota seven at UckofloeumonU Such curea are rKxiUIre of the matehlem merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat chat and lung Only soy and Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottlci free at Icnnya Drug Store Mrs Kitty Catt is president of the League of American Women but Mr Thomas Cat retains his position as roo culver the League of America- nBootjacksCyntbiana Democrat rWm Klein the noted Fourth Avo nuo Louisville confectioner died sud denly A DELIGHTFUL TmpI Mil AND MRS J H KIPB TAKK A TOUR OK TUB SUNNY SOUTH Writing from Tampa Fin Mr Joo S Rico says In a private letter to the business manager of this paper Wo left Cincinnati on the C R Jr D fast line at 1220 P M the Old and arrived at Chicago at 030 V M after parsing through a lerrltlc suow and sleet storm our train being completely cov ered with Ice Wo found 10 inches of snow at that point and the weather very cold After a night at the Grand Pacific wo assembled tho next day at Dearborn Station wbero wo boarded the special train on the U S E I con plating of eight Pullmans one baggage car and two diners vestlbulcd throughout and said to be one of the band somest trains over sent out from that station Two excellent meals were served before arriving at Evansvlllo as you will notice from the bill of faro which I enclose you At Vlnconnes ladwe received a telegram from Col W F Sheridan stating that ho would join us at Evans vlllo at which point he and Assistant Superintendent Dunn did so and escort ed us over the L k N to Nashville We woro delighted to see our old friend again and bo wished to bo remembered to all his friends in Stauford Wo made the run over his division In four hours which In 30 minutes faster than their fastest train makes It We ran In ono spurt 31 miles In 12 minutes and aver aged 60 miles per hour We arrived at Chattanooga for break fast whore a committee from the chamber of commerce met us and gave the party a carriage ride to Chicka- mauga Park Missionary Ridge and Lookout Mountain which consumed tbo entire day We passed over the W A to Atlanta tho next day and wero shown tbo historic battle grounds which were numerous on that line of railwayAt wo wero met by a dele gation of passenger men and shown every attention Convention was held at this point and all points of Interest visited I mailed you a copy of tho Constitution giving proceedings of the conventionWe at Miami Fla Sunday morning without accident and stopped at the Royal Palm ono of the finest hotels In the State It la owned by Mr Flaglcr of the Standard OH Co and la magnificent In every respect having accommodations for 800 guests Wo had strawberries fresh vegetables and other luxuries We left Miami Sunday and spent Monday at Palm Beach where Mr Flaglcr has two more largo hotels The Royal rolnclanaI being the largest having a 000 I wish I could glvo vou a descrip tion of this beautiful place Orange lemon cocoanut and palm trees magnoI flag and plants of every aroIin abundance They also have hero moat beautiful drives and walks In the U S You can not cut a figure at this hotel unless you aro a millionaire andI I am inforrapd that tbero were 200 guests of The PoInciana who could count their wealth up Into the millions Thoro wero 10 private cars nt this placo belonging to tbo Goulds Rockefellers Vandcrbllts Morgana and other rich folks We bad a nice boat rldo on the ocean and a plunge also which were touch enjoyed Wo left Palm Beach the lath and after an Interesting rldo through the great pine apple farms and orange groves and a One dinner at Rock Lodge wo arrived hero today at noon and aro comfortably fixed for the night at The Tampa Bay I will not undortako to give you a description of this hotel I could not do so I will say however that 111 tbo largest and most hand eomoly furnished hotel In tho world the furnlstilnga In the hotel alono cost Ing the enormous sum of 300000 I enclose you a bill of faro of our dinner tonight to make your mouth water Wo tako an ocean trip In A M to quaran tine station 25 miles out and leavo hero the 14th at S V M Wlfo and 1I are woll and hearty J S ItIMr and Mrs Rico arrived homo Sunday night after their delightful outing charmed with tho trip and tho many attentions shown them It Is very hard to stand Idly by and see our dear ones sufler while awaiting the arrival of tho doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to como and see Ins child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor In he left word for him to como at once on his return Ho also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which ho had hoped would give some reC lief until tho doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better Tbo druggist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has slnco recommended Cham bctlnios Cough Remedy to their neigh bors and friends until ho has a constantI demand for It from that part of counI try For sale by Craig k Hockor drug Fiats Stanford KycE B Nugent is trying to settle with his creditors at 25o on dollar IMr VERNON School teachers arp on the move looking out for positions The proposition to place the common school herd under the charge of the Collegiate Institute this year Is meet log wlih much encouragement- J S Wilson who will shortly begin the publication of the Bardatown Tri bune was hero a few days since and bought the printing outfit formerly owned by the Republican Ohio 1002 Centennial Toledo and date of mailing are the post mark words shown on a letter just received hero This Is tho first instance we have noticed where Uncle Sam allowed advertising doo with his post mark stamps or machines Lost Wednesday John Mulllns a young man living near Wlldie disap peared and Wm Hays missed some bank checks A telephone message Fri day said bo was at Berca trying to cash a cheek Ho was arrested and brought hero by Marshal Preston Blytbo the darkey In jail hero charged with postofllco robbery seems to think ho outclasses the county pris oners on account of his being a U S charge His follow prisoners nave been making It warm for him by the use of a leather strap After an unusually hot time a few days since the wholo batch were taken to the court room and tried for disturbing the peace They were acquitted yet sent back to jail ExSheriff Moore Deputy Hopkins Sid Lovelace John Pearl Aus Reid J C McKee R M Jackson and othera were here from London as witnesses In the Wilson trial Bob Maupln of the Eastern part of this county Is in jail hero on charge of moonshlnlng is bad ly aflllctcd with consumption John Gentry has returned from Missouri He will go to work for telephone com pony Mrs Forrester has been quite for some days at Miller Houso A Guataveson the clever Swede was In from Raspberry Saturday J T Ad awe and JE nouk are in Louisville Mrs Georgia Rice was court stenographer In tho trial Friday and Saturday Examining trial of E K Wilson charged with jury wheel tampering was called Friday Squlro J N Brown presiding The case waa warmly contested by both sides R L Ewell of London and a majority of the local bar were retained by the defense County Attorney Colyer and P F Stilling for the prosecution One of tbo points strongly urged by the defense was that when the jury wheel was left outside the courthouse It ceased to be a legal machine and to tamper with It was no offense Tbo evidence brought out was not strong Some of the witnesses It Is claimed didnt aid the prosecution greatly on account of their apparent unfriendliness toward defendant The case closed at 4 oclock Saturday afternoon and Wilson was held under 8500 bond R R well waived examination and gave a 8300 bond for next court There has como somewhat of a change- In the sentiment among the people hero In regard to Wilson Many bollevo that the prosecution In so far as the murder charge Is concerned has overstepped reason and Is being made persecution Jrdf node When Yccanne find relief l A great many people suffer from their teeth Many of them could find relief If they would let us put their tooth In good condition Wo do our work so carefully as to reduce the pain to a minimum wo do It so Intelligently as to insure perfection thereafter Find a flaw If you can in the ARTIFICIAL TEETH we make quality finish fit and yes prices and you can have your money back The work is of such superior quality that we have no hesitation in making this statement Filling with finest amalgam or gold and extracting la done without pain Durability of the work guaranteed Weonly use the finest materials Our aro works of art Teeth extracted 25 cents finest amalgam fills 75 cents finest gold fills 8150 a good sot of tooth 85 All work by exports DR HOBSON Dentist Office next door w Government buUd Ing Richmond Ky Ofllco open at night NEWSPAHER OUTFIT FOR SALEI have a complete newspaper and job out at Barbourvlllo by which the Pathfinder was published for sale Also the business of The Pathfinder and the lo ation which Is a good one Only paper in connty Prlco very reasonable Crab W B Hudeor Corbln Ky i The SweaterWa- sfirst worn by fishermen who learned by experience how to be comfortable in chilly weather How eagerly we copy What a debt tho out door man the bicyclist the horseman any lover of sports owca these sturdy toiers A SWEATERWill hug you closer than say outer clothing you ever wore even the wind cant gt Inside neednt be an athlete to wear them Sweaters for Men and Boys 50 Cents To 250New Things for Spring in Clothing Furnishing Hats Neckwear Shoes Ac at Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frobman Co Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECO- NTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc offeredI m IEifJ J m ItCarpets sold by sample cut made and delivered io three days See our line of new samples ll 1 Cotton Union and AllWoolt11I Ingrains Brusse l vets Moquetes lmJ AxminstersBeautiful It l ITMATTINGSjOIL CLOTHS eQ fxEi tH J MROBEFtTS1P v = === o t =v rS = ==i = eI American Wire Fence I The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co THE FOX ART GALLERYy DANVILLE KY This is now the most up todate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equlppod with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses the new discovery in optical science I to say to tbo Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of tbo very latest Designs irk jVJouldhpgs Patterns never sold In this locality before havo to bo seen to bo appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among tho lot is the Now mouldings specially for suitable qellcnto pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and pictures that re dulro a dainty When in Danville call and see us and ret our prices We will save you money 124 Third street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 20 1900 d W P WALTON IT la reported that Gen Collier says he will not give up the Capitol bulld Inge until the U S supreme court decides In favor of the democrats the decision of the court of appeals If It be for them cuttle no figure with him We can bear testimony and wo do hereby willingly and Indeed cheerlul ly do so after seeing him and his httle soldiers chase the helpless Lcplslat through the streets of Frankfort that Gen Collier is absolutely without lear and would not hesitate to go up a alnst an unarmed foe no matter how large or how great In number but we opineI that when Gen Castleman with little soldiers equally as well flxea for fighting as Gen Colliers and with the law and right on his side the hero of the Frankfort Insurrection will con elder discretion the better part of valor and vamoose the ranch Gen Col Her may be It but along with ht8 treat personal bravery be is a man of sense and knows when not to go up against a buzzsaw even with a Gat ling gun Woregietalso to observe that our good friend Capt Ed Parker of London is In a state of eruption He too tells bow he is going to guard and pro- teCt the 2000 rifles Galling guns e he has in charge at London sblpped thither by Taylor without the least warrant of authority Capt Ed is a clever fellow big enough and brave enough to put a small regiment to t flight single handed and alone but nature in giving him such a big body did not neglect to give him brains also and he too will tumble at the proper t time Threats and bluster go till something more substantial is conf rot ed TiiEClncinnatl Commercial Tribune which has done much to urge the Kentucky republican leaders tolawlesi t nesa and anarchy seems to be recover- Ing Its senses Commenting on the situation in a lucid Interval It says wltb reference to the latest report that Taylor will invoke Federal aid to keep him f In power It la Inconceivable tbat Gov Taylor and the republican leaders should waste time in the frultle I endeavor to induce Federal Interfe l once in the Kentucky muddlq There Is nothing for the National administra- tionj to do In Kentucky save to preeerv order In case of riot beyond State control Kentucky must work out her own destiny And she Will do It wo may add without outside assistance editorial or military Taylor and his crow v have got to rltj Gov STONE democratic Nations committeeman from Missouri think that there are indications that the Pal mer and Buckner democrats will try get control of the National convention and the party machinery by declarlni for Bryan and getting as many of thorns selves chosen delegates as possible x He adds that while he Is glad to have t those who deserted the party In 1891 return to its told he Is opposed to giv ing a premium for them to do so The itlatter proposition Is all right but we If there la any serious Intentiont of the Palmeritcs to do as charged Il Is doubtless the Invention of enemies 4ofthe party who would keep the Inc apart Let us have done with I criminations and recriminations and together for good and all If we dc Bryan will bo the next president be a doubt IIso ubllcnnSOME of the are that the late Legislature the State about 8400000 which in tcost the reward and military bills they fall to tell how much Taylor cost tno State or that but for himl j and his disregard of the law tfyo appropriations by the Legislature would not have been a third of what they arc When the council of warTaylor doubt less at Its head decided that Goobel must be killed they took no note of expenses i and It is downright Impudence now for the sympathizers and apologists of assassination to talk about them Besides the cost will fall principally on the democrats Republicans as a class do not pay the expenses of government IN the lowest depth a lower depth still threatening to devour him opens wide When John Young Brown turned his back on democracy and became the tool of the L N to defeat the candidate of the party to which ho owes everything It was thought by some ho could not descend any lower but they were mistaken Ho has sold himself now to the assassin conspira tors and will become their advocate and apologist in court Verily the last end of this man is worst than the first WE do not say it in disparagement of the several denominational papers that wo receive but to emphasize a truth that The Christian Guldeof Loulsvlllo is the best religious publication that wo know of It la full of Interesting matter for all classes and each edi tion proves that Editor John T Brown knows bow to make even a paper of its class readable and entertaining to the general public i SEKQT WHARTON GOLDEN of Bar bourvlllc brother of Capt B B Golden who was shot by Colson when he killed Scott has made some startlin disclosures He says that one of the men now held at Frankfort presumably Powers offered Milt Trosler John Golden and a young man named Rick cits 1200 to put Goebel out of the w y but they refused and a man who had on occasions made It his business to fight in a mountain feud for a consideration was secured He Is known and le being shadowed In a little town about 50 miles from Lexington He used a long rifle pistol to kill Goebel whlcb shoots a steel ball and uses smokeleu powder Slowly but surely the facts are coming to light of the cowardly conspiracy and If a dozen necks do not crack the law against murder ought to be repealed IF a dispatch from Barbourvlllo anywhere touches the truth John Powers had better try to keep himself scarce by hiding in the hills of Harlan He Is alleged to have told Miss Ella Snlth of his town that Goebel would be k1l1 ed and If necessary he would do it himself Ho is also alleged to have made similar remarks to other persons If Powers Is as guilty as his remarks in dlcate he had just as well give himself up and let his neck be put in the balter He IB assure to 1e captured as he11ves and he will be with even as little resistance as his brotho Caleb display though surrounded by 2G soldiers IN response to a Northern sympathizer Taylor wrote It was noble It was godly to take the shackles off the bands of the poor and lowly black man but it would bo equally godly and noble to remove from the brow of the white man the same burden The hljb priest of Conspirators seems to get bls similitudes mixed probably because he Is skcert possibly because of IgnoI ranee A good many of his class deserve to wear shackles on their brow as well as their hands but Kentucky basnt yet adopted as a mode of pun- Ishment the placing of shackles on the brow even of its meanest and lowest criminalsthe assassins BECAUSE Justus Goebel is anxious to discover who assassinated his brother sad who were In the foul conspiracy the Louisville Post is using all the Invective of Its fish monger nature to abuse and vilify him If Dickey Knott tad fired the cowardly shot himself be could not show more concern about bis afety than he displays for the one wbo lit and for the wretched crowd of which ho was the tool to- be a rather decent sort of a fellow but since he has sold out body and soul the political trust he has sunk so Iqw that even the slums regard him wltb uspiclon REFERRING to our tearful dlaclosu that the L fc N Dispatch had given uo- the cut direct by cutting us from Its xchange list Editor J M Allen says wlb truth and effect The Dlspath ha- salo dropped the Cynthiana Democrat we have hung no crapo on the door The Dispatch got to be such a common overy day liar that it ceased to be amusing A lie well told wilt do occasionally but the same old Ho 365 times u year guts monotonous COL S S MORROW says that Capt jngmlre Is guilty of treason and will- be court roartlaled but we observe that the doughty colonel has not had- him arrested yet We all remember the recipe torn rabbit pie which be- Jtins First catch your rabbit Tbe- rest of the 2nd regiment couldnt take- the gallant captain and his noble little- blind TAYLOR has dispatched Sapp and Barnett 10 Washington to prevail on- tbe president to help him hold on to- the office until the supremo court acts- hut McKinley has too many troubles of his own and Is too smart withal to- meddle where he has no business About Conspirators and Assassins Tho fund being raised by the Ken tucky republicans at Washington for W S Taylor has reached 81200 It la explained that Charles Finley- and John Powers are not fugitives they have merely left the State lor- thetr own good Louisville Times The people are getting tired of these rcementa and all this atatuo quo bus- Ines8 whatever that means It Is time- btgb time for democrats to force the htlng Frankfort Democrat Judge Flnley says his eon Charles la no t absent to avoid arrest for complicity in the murder of Goebel but on mission to secure funds for Taylor to- carry on the light and to enlist the aid of Congress The sheriff of Knox ought to be re- lIevcd of his alike and severely pun- Ished It said he promised immunity Irom arrest to John Powers and the fugitive from justice was at Barbour vl lo Sunday The amended answer In the govern orcJhip contest case sets up the claim- that the Kentucky constitution con- filct8 with the Federal in grunting absolute power to the Legislature and- contest board to determine election Powers John Davis W H- CulLOn and W L Hazollp were arraigned before County Judge Mooro at Frankfort Friday and Hazellp was re leased on 810000 bond Judge Moore set the examining trials for Mondav County Attorney Polsgrovo said he did not think the State could get ready for trial by that time THE LATEST TALLOW DICK- FIREDTRESUOTT1IATKILLED OOEUEL LOUISVILLE March 20 0 A i Wharton Goldens confession If said name Tallow Dick Combs a mulatto of Perry county as the man who shot Goebel He was a leader In the Froplh Eversole feud Ho was brought to Frankfort in the Intimidation ga Receipts found on Culton Aho that Combs board was paid by John Per kins who Is Dan R Colliers Negro porterMore details of conspiracy have come to light It was at first intended to kill Goebel by asphyxiation but plans changed The assassin used a stool bullet The bullet Is In possession of the Commonwealth C D FRANKFORT Mob 10The examlr lag trial of Powers et al was by agree ncntof counsel continued till Friday The Commonwealth was not ready POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Justus Goebel has returned to Ari zonaMrs Beckham made oath that Gov jBckhara her son was born Aug 5 1889 Gallant Capt Longmlro la still bold Log tho fort at Lexington and wllleon Inue to do so Both the democrats and populists of Nebraska sent delegates to tho National convpntlon Instructed lor Bryan The democrats and independent re ubllcana at Cincinnati nominated a ull ticket with A M Cohen for mayor Gov Beckbam bas signed the bill taking It unlawful for corporations to contribute to the campaign funds of political parties or to Intimidate en ployesI Ogllvlc of McCracken county was sentenced by Judge Evans to one ontha imprisonment for alleged Intimidation of a colored voter at the lait election Congressman Borelng has Introduce a bill appropriating 825000 for tbo illdtng of a macadamized road fret the National Cemetery at Mill Spring to SomersetThe committee In Madl- SOl will meet March 24th to decld upon a day for a primary to name candidates for county offices to be voted for In Nov 1001 After 10 years the Persian govern ment la to send a minister to the United States The last minister IIadJI assan Gooll Khan left because of- press witticisms at the expense of his namen view of tho distribution of 120000 000 in dividends by the Standard Ol Company Representative Fitzgerald of Massachusetts Introduced a resolution citing that it followed an increase In price of kerosene and declaring the trust to be In violation of the anti trust law8 s The Adair News demIa trying to- jtetthe republicans of the 11th district send J O Russell of Adair and Ben- Rose of Whitley to their district con vcntlon We suggest that Brer Uar- rls let the rada attend to their own bus- Ine8s and that bo continue his ood- flAht for democracys cause BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Mores Agulnaldos secretary of war- has surrendered to Maj Gen MacArth ur A report from Honolulu shows that of UI cases of bubonic plague 55 proved- alfu The total Boer losses prior to the relief of Kimberley and Ladyamlth were- from all 4351 Walter Nlshwltz the Inventor of tbe- Wood mower and the Acme larrow- died at New YorltIllcnwood Inn one of the finest tclsln Southern West Virginia was destroyed by tire Five persons were killed by an explosion of gasoline at Columbus O It- wail used to start a fire homaa Dudley of Booneville Mo lwallowed 25 grains of morphine and- drank an ounce acid leery Harvey of Logansport Ind fell from the roof of a fourstory house and escaped with only a few bruises At Lexington Nob Frank Dins more who murdered his wife and his paramours husband was sentenced to deathMosca Roberts of Scdalla 0 wanted for poisoning his mother who refused him money with whlc to buy- morphine Mrs Llda Grcycraft of Kokomo Ind dropped dead while playing dom- Inoes with her husband She weighed 550 pounds A mob of 2000 people attacked the Jail at Joplin Mo for the purpose of- lynching a Negro but the prisoner was itcd away HumIphreYlIcolored mob after confessing to an attempt at- criminal assault EUen Taylor colored aged 70 years was outraged murdered and her body- buried near Hubers Station A Negro man Is suspected Mrs Mary Eliza Trimble mother of the lion South Trltnble speaker of the House of Representatives died at her homo In Franklin county The Society of the Army of Porto Ulco to which all soldiers who served In the Porto Rlcan campaign are ell l bio has been Incorporated at Sprit field III- The Standard 011 Company distributed 23000000 In dividends being 1 Oa share the largest amount ever dlsburs cd In a cash dividend by any American corporationAt Mrs Michael McDona wife of a laborer gave birth to lour babies two girls and two bOYilwbieh had an average weight of 31 pours The father was a twin Maj Gen Otis has been forced to admit that the situation in tbo Philip pines Is not as satisfactory as prevl9us dispatches have Indicated Acrordlng to reports the devil is to play generally W L Jones who was convicted Vf firing a pistol in a public highway a Princeton presented a pardon from V S Taylor but both the county judge and county attorney refuted to recd ItOlof Pallcrsan a Norwegian In Washington in insane rago killed his wife murderously assaulted a neighbors wife and killed her daughter and narrowly escaped being stoned to death citizensKing a Negro who was hanged at Kauffman Texas for criminal sault on a white woman stood uprlibt In a wagon driven from the Jail u the scaffold moro than a mile distant and sang hymns all the way The cold weather record for the month of March was broken In many of the Northern States Saturday ihoujj Chicago Green Bay and Mllwanki were the only points reporting a zero temperature In Ohio Illinois Mich fan Pennsylvania and other State tbe cold was the severest for the seek war recorded The damage in tbe South is not so great as was feared In tarts of Georgia early vegetables and rult suffered but elsewhere the lout tern to be slight LAND AND STOCK Corn sold at 205 at Payne sale In Shelby Bcazloy Bros sold to T L Lilian IhOl8 at 385 W A Hall sold to Thomas E Wool 10 fat hors at 385 C L Gooch bought of C C Cover a red bull calf for 50 Tom Metcalf bought 27 cattle at Dan v11le yesterday at 41 Brady Terry bought of T J Cul ton some butcher stuff at 3c J H Hiatt had 31 lambs from 18 ewes 31 of which are living Allen fc Wilkerson have opened feed supply house at Huatonvlllc Henry Singleton bought In the Southern End a bunch of owes at 95 R L Hubble sold to Stokes of Louisiana a small lack for 8110 Wllllan Bonta sold four work mules at OIIarrodsburg Democrat Wilkinson tc Allen sold in Clnclnatl yesterday a carload of hogs at Ii toMe H J McUoborts sold to Tommy udderar a steer and heifer for 84750 W J Loughbrldge bought 10000 I1Ound8 of hemp at Lelxngton at 84 50 Henry Anderson bought in Boyle and irrard a bunch of fat hogs at 31 to- llc W S Dfyc Co sold to Lee Thom 88 of Lexington a sorrel gelding for 50William Dodd of Hustonvllle sold to a Southern party a pair of geldings ror 8300 P P Nunnelly found the mule heI advertised for and sold him to George D Boone for 805- Hatl 3 Cohen of Richmond sold to- Judge Calloway of Now York a saddle gelding for 8000 The Crescent City Derby was won by Prince of Vcronlo Sidney Lucas second and F W Brode third E P Woods eold to J C Lynn of- Danv11le a carload of export cattle at c Mr Lynn will butcher them D M Anderson sold to B F Hobln- son lambs from 77 owes at 8J They are to be taken not later than July 25 yddlto the foal from Huron 08i by Searchlight 2031 has the lastest- heat Inheritance of any colt over foal cd G A Slier bought of Garrett Sny der of Whitley 28 yearling cattle at 117 and sold to a German four cows at 112 Thickset a Hereford bull brought S51OO at Kansas City Ho belonged to the Weavergrace consignment 50 of- which brought 822735 an average of TO WORKI hays a lot of ood strong young mules that I will let out to be worked until Aug 1 Ap ply to E W Lee on the Gran Cecil larm on Salt river Boyle county Maude S the famous trotter died at- Port Chester N Y She was the property of Robert Banners estate und was 2 rears of ago Sbo made her record 01 2081 at Cleveland In 1885 with none of the latter day helps of speed In aul ky and other contrivances IANVILLE COURT Tho crowd was- good considering the bad weather but- thero were not many stock on the mar ket and but little demand for those- that were Brldgowatora of Lebanon made about the only salea bunch of- twoyearolds at close to Cc Good- batcher stuff would have borse and mule market was dullI The Big OPENING Of New Goods At The LOUISVILLEi STORE f We anticipate your and wishes then make the prices Irresistible Our one thought In buying our one aim In telling it to find your wants and meet thorn AI no uno I sire can Wo weigh every word thoughtfully In ecne of fact We measure evgrr value we put before you carefully Everybody knows Just what to expect and expects the very beat at the very lowest josslble price In our now line of goo- dsDuality AnlStyls Are PreEminentI And low prices predominate throughout There fa only ono class and that the fit s1 in our Spring and Summer collection of Staple and Fancy Dry Goals f Dress Goods FancyGoodsNotions 1 And Mens And Boys 1 Clothing 9 Jens Ladles and Chll rene Shoes Carpets Matting Your reiponilblllty ends and outs begins when you buy of ut We ore right behind every transaction we i make Come and look at our new stock You will find reliable good at J r POPULAR PRWC I The strongest aggregation of value and loW prices that It has ever been our pleasure to offer you If you want to buy right and save money makb our store r your trading horne LOUISYILLESTORE Salinger Bros Pros THOS D HANKY Manager rIO OOO OlO OlO O O O b OtTOUS Ob O O O XO G15tt5 6T5T5T5 OIo 0 f g WtJ3 + McEOI3E1T5Oro g DRUGGIST STANFORD o- D OPKKA HOUSE DLOOIC g ggt oSptClal Attention Given to the Comi oundlnR of Ireaolptlont Solentlflsally 0- o and with Careoo Terms Cnsh Telephone No 27 g g Oflico Long Pistance Telephone 0- o Ogo000000000000000000Oo0000000000000 MewArticlesAdded A NEW RANGE j CovrtCiIwith Aluminum See It befoVo buying any other Tho Dowry lMlasllng toaster And Baker fho Condenser has the Fowl basting thoroughly dnrlng entire time U is roasting A new combined extension Step Ladder the best ladder on the mar ut Higgins McKinney Just Received I A large and well selected stock of a SOf the latest Styles Young men are especially Invited to call and ex amine our stock I W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky y 6 UBenefit Life Insurance Co a i or Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 sets 0941071778 Liabilities 6i8JO7072l Surplus S5G25G9322H- estrbe 1olicy The Best Annual Dividends Before placing your pllcatlcatlon for Life Insurance ice 11lR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky C inferences Our Policy Holders THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KyMAR 20 IQOO r Eo 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUB boil materials combined with car skill and accuracy Insure good Or tl No other mothode aro over aped In our prescription work Penny DfUK Store t rSOSSiPt to JOliN P JONES It In Cincinnati ro plenishing his stock II Mns CONNEit has been very but It better this morning Jilts Eu WILKINSON and children arc visiting her parents In Casey W ALTER SAUNDERS of this place U now night operator at Drodhcad Mils J It MOUNT of LaGrange with her brother II J Mcllobcrtt MRS J E IlONTiNOTON of London was the guest of Mrs C II Coleman Mn OKOKOBO POWKLL of Adair 1IIvisiting bit son Theodore Powell J W BAILEY of lluuonvlllc Is f clerking for P M Ware at MoKlnnoy REMBMUKR that Dr It Goldstein Saturday1211h live here was the guest of his brother I J P Jones y F KHUKOKU tho well known Mt t Vernon contractor and builder was Saturday 1bero LILLY ZIMMERMAN of Cannel Ind Mrs O E Coxs pretty sir t t fr Is her guest Miss SALLIK GIVENS who U teach Ing at PltUburg spent Saturday and Sunday with her bomcfolks MIsDM1K5 J 1 LYNN and T E Wood are visiting the families of J C Lynn and li Q Fox In Danville r Mn AND Mns II O NEWSOM of FaycllovlUo Tono arc visiting tbo family ot Mr George D Wearen MRS R D MAIIONV was the first to punctuate tho telegram wo gave In our last thus It was and I said not or W T MruiMKU who has been In bad health was down from Livingston Saturday to see Dr W B OBannon MIL W S McCciiiK wont down to Clarke yesterday to leo bit brothers family all of whom have had smallpox recently Mas KATE UUODKUAH has earls factorlly nrrrangcd her business here r I and with bor family will leave tomor row morning for Leiloy 11- 1WK nro sorry to learn that Cashier R M Jackson of London is In such bad health that ho ym have to remain In Cincinnati rovcral months for treat menu MIL AT SiiiATT and family In 4eludng Miss Florence Sprats left lat night to make their homo at Urbana Mil with which section Mr Spratt much pleated REV S M LOOAN and Mrs Logan returned Wednesday evening from Knoxville where Mrs Logan hue been visiting her sister Mrs T S Webb Jr Mlddlcsboro News MRS JOHN HAMILTON and bandsom- daughter Mid a Minnie Hamilton wh A T have spent tbo winter with tho formers von William Hamilton leavo tomorrow- or their homo Wallaceburg Canada TUB party given by Itttlo Misses Louise and Sarah Paine daughters of Mrs C H Paine Saturday afternoon j at Mr W P Tatas was a delightful occasion to the largo crowd ol little folks present Games were enjoyed there wore lots of toad things to cat boawithtested e LOCAL HAPPENIRO- SIIAMILTON for good watch work GAIIUKN Seeds of all kinds Warren t Shanka NKV lino of Jardlnlcrca at Ceo H Farrls A Gos FRKSU bread ovary day three loaves for lOc John H Meier INSUUB your property with the Home of N Y Jeeeo D Wearcn Agent WK show tho largest stock lot shoes of any house In Stanford JP Jones I I COME and examine our now stock of buggies and road wagons Wears i Bros of Tim committee appointed by the Christian church hRS contracted with J A Allen Co to put In the memorial window mqnoy for which was loft by Mrs 0 J Balloy It will bo placed Just back of tho pulpit and will tako the place of the folding doors that open on the baptistery It will bo a representation of Gothsemano and will be 51 x 14 feet I WK want your trado on enlargements and wlU otter special Inducements for limited Limo If you over Intend to bavo a plcturo enlarged now Is you time for a bargain Wo can glvo you hand stippled crayons for less than you havo been paying for gpod airbrush work And so In every flnlnh and grade we will cut tho price in two It you l want a cheap picture we can supply you If you want something elegant wo can supply you at a prlco that defies competition See samples Miss Sacray SEED Potatoes at Warrent Shanks Ibis puru maple syrup go to Hill fc Becks I DALTON is headquarter for good watch work I FENCING fence pott and shingles at A C Slnat TUB Salinger mOd bavo closed their store at Elkton JUST received a carload of flooring and ceiling A 0 Sloe THBIIB certain assurance of high quality style and honest worth In our shoes J P Janet I AllHL 2 Wnynctburg this county and Bothelrldge Casey connty will be como domestic money order olllcea I I OYSTER Cocktails Welsh Rarebit Granola Possum Cereal and Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits at Higgins L McKlnnoyV tOLDorford has a contract for full control and solo of Old Mock Whisky In Hus tonvllle H 0 Mock- IAw I many people In Lincoln county can toll tbo names of tbo six disting uished gentlemen whoso oil portralu bang In the circuit court room of the courthousoy Can you do It WE are receipt of n mysterious letter evidently sent us by mistake bearing on tbo assassination conspira cy It It dated at London and adeaflyWANTED 100 dins surricf phaeton and all kinds of vehicles to paint and repair All kind of car stage repairing at prices you can all stand W J Romans Lancaster Ky pSundayiouslywho had just sent him off to school Her heart began to swell with delight until she fInished the sentence which she tadly read I have to HELD OVEII Will Smith colored was held over to circuit court in 9160 for stealing a tot of harness from Mrs Mary E Welch He sold tbo brldlo to Morrl Fcd for ICc and tho breeching to Henry Logan for 100 but he will not give an account of the traces MOKE than 01000000 people in India onlyx000000 JoodmenpeopleEverybody J H SMITH who got eight years for murder In Lctchcr county and who was granted A new hearing by tbo court of appeals gars bond In the sum of 1000 and loft for his mountain home Ho was hero for safekeeping and had been In our Jail 00 day thecarpensa razor done service nearly a century It belonged to his lather who used It for 60 year and that gentleman bought It second bonded Mr Stone has used It since his father died In 1877 and say It beats alloto ON A TKAK Marshal Newland had 9 wild goose chase for 11 or 14 miles Sunday Chief of Pollco Holm tele phoned him to look out for Blllio Bar beolIa notorious colored woman two other women and two men who hud stolen a Danville Burry Brother got on tho trail but after following it to Junction City lout out It Is supposed that tho crowd was out on a lark and not really Intend to steaMhe vehi dcla WON TilE PRIZE Supremo Cora mander Marker of the Order of Mac cabees offered a prize to tho Suprem- deputy who would got Into the order the largest number of members during tho month of February A few days ago Mr M F Elkin of tills place received a check and a most complimen tary letter stating that ho had won tbo prize Ho secured 117 now members and the highest number secured by any other of the 40 contestants was 71 TUB Goobcl monument fund was swelled by 81045 brought In by thai good democrat and excellent worker George D Weatherford our Huston vlllo precinct committeeman We boo 75JHA Jones CO Georgo Bolen JQ 100G100JBAdamsJ P Goodo 50 DHSkinnor 0 COWSDryc09 Carpenter CO 00W100WMDoddJ K Baughraan 1 00 JlIl Carter Sr r 100 Harry FryoI 10 GrtO E Alford b M FNorth 2 00 J Roy B Rose b0 JN Lockridge H W Line Those Intending to contribute wit do so at once as the time is limited The gentlemen appointed to see to the matter In their sections la this county will please report at once ONlONsettat Warren Shanks I DONT fall to sco our satin stripe cballlcs at lie J P Jones I DOGS got Into S J Embrys sheep and killed several this morning AT a meeting oftbo hop club tho other night Hartwell PIckett was elect od president Robert Bruce vice pre I dent and Roam Lcachman secretary and treasur- erPaatJUMRYblres nrat tele phones us today that E K Wilson is preparing to swear out warrants against a number of prominent London people charging them with perjury botb in his Mary Cloyd case and the Jury box cato AFTER going to 8 Saturday tbo mer cury began to climb and the snow turning to a rain it continued to come down Sunday and yesterday This morning however lit bright and beau iful with tho mercury above the freez tlolntMisr I 4 MINDED We met Joe Rout In a pouring down rain Sunday and ob serving that ho bad one In hit band un opened wo asked why ho didnt use It I always forget my umbrella when It rains said be as bo trudged along getting hit Sunday clothes spoiled THOSE who age two to tho fund to pay the expenses of Messrs R L Hubble J M Alverson and S J Embry in thou cases in tho U S court re requested to pay their donations as soon possible Tbe indictments were qunbcd but tbero aro lawyers Leer and other expenses to meet Not enough money has yet been promised and now contributions will bo gladly received E C Walton treasurer appointed by Chairman John W Holmes MATRIMONIAL MATTERS There were a dozen mar rla 08 In Laurel county last week P V Ramsey of Corbln and Olin Mollle Sams of Knox county were married last weekaMrs Louise Harris of Selma Ind le only 35 and has Just married her sixth husband She has gotten five divorces Charles Adams a railroad man of Cincinnati was shot and killed thereby hit wife who snip the could no longer stand hit brutality CHURCHES AND PREACHERS JKcv Graham Frank closed a mee log at Fulton Mo with 22 additions John Blair aged 70 and for 60 years a Methodist preacher died in Laurel county last week In Covlngton 22 persons united with the First Christian church during tho revival just closed Tho Baptist congregation Sunday unanimously called its excellent pastor Rev J B Crouch for another year A onecent rate has been made by the railroads to Chattanooga May 1724 on account of the Cumberland General AssemblyRev G Morrison who has been In Cuba for some time will begin protracted meeting at tbo Methodist church at London this week President MoKinloy will deliver tho addreis of welcome and ex Presldeo Ben Harrison will preside at the Ecumenical mission conference in New YorkIA call has been made by the board of bishops of tbo Methodist Episcopal church for a week of fasting and prays to begin March 25 This somewhat unusual action Is due Ills said to tbo decline of membership In tho largo cities The Houso committee on claims has recommended the payment of 8111030 to the Baptist church at Nlcholasvlllc tboat for seat and damages dur warCOME hear Bro Lawson Ho is the best preacher I ever listened to Bald an enthusiastic lady whose opin ion of tho preachers powers are cor roborated by many His meetings aro growing in interest but there havo been no additions yet Rev J B Crouch preached at Licit Sunday and appointed committees of three In each of the churches in the Tales Creek Association to look after collections for missionary purposes Dr Kerfoot appointed Mr Crouch to do the work of securing committees Rev F W Allen of the Christian church is deslrlous that the citizens of Stanford and Lincoln county make a donation for tbo starving people In India After his sermon Sunday ho read a description of tho horrible state of affalrsthat exist In India written by Missionary Horton and urged that members of his church and others do AlenUSPECIAL RATES to WASHINGTON D OTbo Chesapeake Ohio will sell round trip tickets to Washington thep3Fst on account of the meeting of the Mystic Sbrlnera Keep these dates In your mind If you aro going to make a 1trip East George W Barney dlv pass agent C fc O Ry Lexington w Of the six casts of smallpox at Dar bourvllle all have recovered but one Both schools have reopened 1ANT DODDITT TO PROSECUTE We are In receipt of the following petition which is respectfully referred to the proper authorities WHERAS Fontaine F Bobbltt weeks INTERIORJOURNAL leaders of the conspiracy of the assassi nation of Gov Goobcl and named the secretary of State Caleb Powers as ono of the chief murderers of the Is under81110edlaw TnlorPowersare tried that Said Bobbltt bo allowed to address the Jury two house In each case In behalf of law and for tho en- lorcemen of Justice J N Bowen Ed Bowen J F Hamp ton W M Hampton Leonard Hamp ton George Hunt Calvin WhlttMltch ell Whltt CG Ware J P Chandler P H Anderson J W MIddleton W L Ball S J Tatum Smith Maker HI ram Kldd Corporal W L Chandler The mortgage bond holders have bought tbo Birds Ecl Jclllco Coal Companys lands embracing 8000 acres In Whitley county for 885000 840000 less than the appraisement It is said that numerous Improvements will be made The Advocate says the residence 0 tbo late J R Marrs sold at auction yesterday to Dr J W Debo for 83400 and the stock of drugs and fixtures be longing to Howard Marrs were sold to- W Ae Reynolds of Junction City for 8781 Mrs Thomas Tadlock of Danville whoso husband died a week ago is deed leaving three grown children in the same house with pneumonia meMlesII shot McAfee at NIcholasvillo Miss Maggie Stapp a pretty Lebanon chargewith d I BISKAHCKS IRon XERVE IndomltableoutoforderPalaTheySic at Iennri drug pare I I My mother suffered with chronic diar sheep for several months She was at traded by two pbysicins who at last pro procuredColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy reieftpleasure in recommending it as the best on the market Mrs F E Watson Alken Ala Bold by Craig Hockcc druggists Stanton Ky YmuisT Buns For Sale I have for sale a young Durham null and a OOCIJll1l1DtTT Paper Hanging And Painting paintingwill I r and put It on the wall from lee up In other youCliOu r kilt lwill do In proportion All work guaranteed J DELDEN Stanford Ky IMPORTANT NOTICE I To the people of Stanford I will acaln aupplf wIcrat following prim For lop pounds and over 40 rerfIOUDIxlio the Lest of Coal Block Lump and AMyr presented All phone prdert promptly filled and 1111Ilronjtion44 1 wrnniuK PUBLIC SALE RENTING Having deeMed to quit housekeeping I will on goho my town ol Orchird rent highrethiduerlfnptpriratelyrootellkfofur ro and IS acm of ant claa land The bout contalni outhulldlnThereon the prcudea are two good aprtnga suit two trhlIbwill ten- Large Pair Work Hales Sorrel Hare 2 Milk Cows Lot Farming Implements 2H1utd l 110IrnWagons Wagon Duck Hoard Hay Frame Ar Household and Kitchen Furniture In great abundance Including one Uefrlgerator resbelnreTEltI UF1ALETheplarowilt Mrented tur cub or note e to tub The personal property will be told aa follow All suns of f and under cub In handover that amount a credit ofilz months Notes Intern with good nstynexotlshleaodpayable In llank will her WM BTUAUT J r CIIANUL1atAuc- llonttrBEAZLEY Fs HAYSU- NDERTAERS DEALERS FurniturcMattlnKStRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY t a SSSSSSSS S S S SS SSSSSS N6W Olotlilnul Beautiful Styles Perfect Fitting COME TO US For Your Spring Suit Cummins Me Clary FurnishersISSSSs Sa SS OOSTft19 Easter will soon bo here with lie accompaniment of Llllies Bonnet and Stylish Clashing Aro you supplied Do not forget that duty to yourself your family and tho community at large requires that you supply yourself with A New SuitiThe old Suit and new Bonnet will not go together We are agents for Fred KaufT man The American Tailor and guarantee a fit in every case If you are suppled with a suit you possibly need a fancy vest We invite you to look over our samples JOHN P JONES Stanford fl fl I A FEN GOODS THINGS I I 11 fIG10 Pieces Zephyr Ginghams at 7c il New Linen Ginghams 36 in Iat50cc l All Linen Towels 18x36 lUc Fast colored y Table Linen 25c 25cfyou us sllesl00I SONS Opposite Court House I Zeigler Brothers Shoes PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oils t Telephone No2 Stanford Ky When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hoeker Stanford If THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the olOJjlce at Stanford leand elaM matt- erIeablLh3Tasaaoyaxd FridaP 1 PER YEAR CASE M When not aopaldB3OO will be Charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION North U M a m W Train going 2tarMil IIww12ISar- 2e 76 IIUP For alllPolntl KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 5 Arrrtrea at Stanford at 1OS 4 JTe Sunlord at 310 X No Arrives at Eowland at 1200 PAT Non Leave Stanford at JM r u QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South pus Junction CIty No cos not atop No3 1130 PM No5 112 AM- Wolng No 605 r South No 2 doesnt atop No 843A X No 61i r NolO6AM FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralna leave Frankfort i6SO AM 840 r X connecting at Georgetown with the U and p Iteturnln leare VarlaatE30A teaDd5WA O after connecting with Q R x reaching kClainsatllZOA r1710rILlad15 rltThe lolls traIn leave for Gewf1ffI ii PM J n NKWTONUl A New Boarding House I have raJVfd Into Mr Kate Dudderar house on Lancaster Street rod am prepared to furnlih novl boArd by day week or month at reasonable wires Krerythlng new and clean Good table dinners on Court VabsS 8 BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete Bicycle Store In central We any break In a cle WorkmanehlpUuaranteed DANVILLE CYCLE CO 4 115 3rd St Danville Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will sell or exchange for a small farm In the vicinity of Stanford a house and OK acres of on VanArsdalo Avenue Stanford known DI the Watts place I will sell a part or all of It For further partlcu lars call on or address U E L SIMS Stanford Ky W SBEAZLEYDDS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain i With Vitallwd Air Physician In attendI ance i Office In the New Thompson Building fWcutheru uttiai Inro moat Compan- yOf Lexington Ky l THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Jlwue Otlim I exJn too x Teneral once Loulsrllle Ky Branch Offilcea at Newport News Va Baltimore Md Philadelphia Pa F Paid To Certificate Holien 22092462- PJasea To Reserve Fund 19261807I j BARNES WEAN Local Agent Stanford J+ c+ Mcc MY j KyIIn 0 mwlillXl LOtTISVILXJ TO CHICdCO1T- wists Morning and Evening from Un sin Station10th and Broadway Pa desiring information and CtltetA Wisconsin Minnesota lebrll8k sad nts in tho far Wcst Including Cal- eSornfafehould addreM- 1LrrankJ AgtEIIFeel Agt W K YCDoeJ VlcePres Gen Mnr- Ckarlcat Rockwell Tnffio Mngr- s A TRIP TO TUFF SUNNY SOUTH On a recent trip to Montjomery Ala and other places I boarded ai A G S train at Chattanooga which soon landed mo In the city of Blrmln bam A stop over In that city of a few houlS soon convinced mo that that Is one of tho few cities of the South that had taken on a rather Northern style Everyono whom you would meet on tho street appeared to have an objective place and only a certain length of tlmo allotted for the journey reminding one of the people of Chicago Blrmlnlham Is a city of considerable size and Is at this time In a flourishing condition as all of Its furnaces are running and ns result Birmingham now almost dicta the price of Iron to this country Tbo sanitary conditions are the best It is 15 One to expectorate on tho floor of tho depot or the sidewalk and the rulo I was told was rigidly enforced Leaving Birmingham tbo next awp was Montgomery tho Capital of tbo State and which docs not show tho thrift enterprise and energy as doel her sister city just mentioned the principal business seeming to be tbe and of horsts mules cotwnIThejjext point was Eufaula Ala which Is a quaint little town of about 4000 His really ono of beauty and has to seen to bo appreciated and admired On the principal thoroug fares there Is a row of shade trees In the center of the street and tho driveways on either side are very much wider than the whole of Main Strcctln Stanford making the drives very on lovable except for tho sand which II very deep the streets not being mace imlzed Eufaula is a great market for cotton as well for the Kentucky equine family The next place of any importan where a stop was made was Dawso 3a which lies in a good agricultur ountry and a town in which there Is ai treat deal of wealth Ono of tho prln sips Industries of tho town is the cotton seed oil mill which runs six days tad nights each week I was Informed hat the prcaldcntot the First Nation lank owned a farm of which a pOtlon ras sowed in oats every year after the oats were harvested then came tho crop of grass spontaneously which was mowed at maturity and this action reo seated three times harvesting two and one half acres of grass which is baled and marketed at 91260 per ton all In tho same year While I was in Dawson there was 101 tbo first time in the history of tbo ountry a car load of hogs shippe from there they being shipped to tho Atlanta market Ono of the grocers here was selling bacon to the farmer they paying for the same out of their future cotton crop at the rate of two ounds of cotton for ono of bacon think of the profit Among tho numerou articles sold in the grocery stores the igor cane occupies conspicuous placi and is sold at tho rate of two stalks for 5 cents which is peeled and chewed the laity claiming it Is beneficial to health especially in cases of pyrexia Thc next place for mention is Jacksonville the largest town in Florida and one from which largo quantities or ults and lumber are shipped Jack invllle dates back to 1822 and wai named after President Jackson Thi hotels and boarding houses are numer ous and all seem to bo doing a thrlyinf islness Wo found no manufacturing thcro and the city is kept up principal Iv bytho tourists and the season rol- them was then properly commencing One of Jacksonvilles chief Industries the ostrich farm which lea new iterprlse but Is said to bo prospering Tbere are probably 75 ostriches in this enclosure with various kinds of other blrdll We were told by the keeper that some of the birds weighed 400 pounds and stand eight feet In height Tbe egg of the ostrich weighs 21 pounds the shell being one sixteenth of an Inch thick requiring 42 days for itching The female sets during the- day and the male at night the nest itch Is In tbo sand about 12 inches deep and probably four feet in circumference contains from 18 to 20 eggs Tbey are lea on clover hay bran and crushed bones and horns obtained at- the slaughter pens All eggs aro tested by an egg tester and those that will prove addle are blown that Is a mall- hole is punctured at each end of the egg- and the contents of the shell is ejected a ttpgempty shell is then sold for a ar through the farm we- camc to the lot whore the China duckll- wero kept Tho beauty of these fowls must be seen to bo appreciated While we were gazing and admiring their beauty one of the workmen caught a pall to ship to Balm Beach Fla to now farm By this time wo were so- much interested that we decided to- brlDJt a pair or two to Kentucky eo estlonlug the keeper as to what tbey- wero worth he replied 81501 Well it required a hypodermic Injection of troglycerlnc and the free use of a rants battery to keep life in us so- great was the shock Wo didnt Invest The last stop was at St Augustine wblch is the capital of St Johns county Fla and Jag the distinction of be- Ing tbo oldest city In the U S built bY Europeans and has recently become a popular winter resort for people of moro Northern clime By rail It Is 30- miles Southeast from Jacksonville Tho- city Is located on a narrow sandy pe ninsula not more than 12 feet above tbo sea level formed by the Matanzas and Sebastian rivers and Is separated rrom tho ocean by tho Northern end of Ana tasla Island In contrast to the streets mentioned of Eufaula Ala wo have just the other extreme they being not more on some of the public thoroughfares than 12 or 15 feet wide and tho balconies of the old houses often t1O jcct so as to almost meet overhead Tho old auction block is still In n state of good preservation Along tho Bea front for nearly a mile extends a gran lie capped sea wall which forms a Ono promenade At the Northern end bland tho old fort of San Marco a well pro served specimen of Spanish mtlltar architecture with moat and outworks walls 21 feet high bastions At the cor nors heavy casemates dungeons and subterranean passages It Is In tin form of a trapezoid and covers abou four acres Like must of the Spanish buildings it Is constructed of coqulnai curious shelly conglomerate from Anas tasla Island which was easily quarried but grew very hard on exposure to the atmosphere The same material wa used for paving tho streets which wore thus kept Very clean and nice At the Southern end of the sea wall is the old Franciscan monastery now used as U S barracks there being five prisoners there now serving sentences varying from 18 months to as many years Upon approaching tho sentinels wo halted and asked where was life stopping place one of the sentinels answered when you get tired We were con ducted In to the otllce where via wero required to register then wo were piloted all through the fort and much Information received The hotel accom modations at St Augustine are ample for all tourists that may get within Its fates and ranging In price from tl to 625 per day Palmetto straw goods are largely manufactured in St Augustine tho palmetto belng one of the charac teristic features of the surrounding and cape to which orange and lemon roes also contribute The climate is emarkably equable the moan temper iture for winter being 53 degrees and ror tnej other seasons 03 80 and 71 do frees respectively Frosts seldom 0c cur The population is about 4 000 but In winter Northern visitors swell tb number to 8000 or 0000 Among tht sports for the visitors fishing probab ranks first You can got all the taekh nud bait you want furnished you fork and you flub for an hour or all day as you see proper I would advise 01 who contemplates on visiting St Ai guailne to look tip all tho literature 00 the place that ho can have access to ns It will prepare him to enjoy his visit tho more C M THOMPSON M D IClDRsville Ky SLAVE STORY OF A To be bound hand and foot fr yeah by the ebllI rII1I the wont form of klatery Gen Vllllauif of1Iaucbmter Mich tell how lurh alue was made flee lie naja My wile bu been ao bellleolor Are yeah that abe could not turn over In bed alone After ulln1two bottle of Electric mttcn she la abd able to do her own work This aupreni rental fur female dlmues quickly cure nertouinn slee- tlenes melancholy headache backache nd dluT fill This miracle working medlclt Ua Uodsend to weak sickly run down peopl Ktery botiu guaranteed Only 60 rtnt hold br lYnny Drugglit Lady John Scott Spotllswoodcwrllc of tbo song Annie Laurie Is dead at the ago of 01 She was a rcmarkabl character who clung to old time man tiers and custom- sGreen RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey ColtyMAXlTArtVIEM Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets And Yarns We make upeclal ItOIL CAUDINU anil Iho of Vans single 2plror3plyln any color Our machlniry It anlela the good ouie by u we auannta to outwear the product of any other mlllt Jean made at lie yard na wool required for a rard Flannel at ISc oa wool rfiuiml Plata Jodner 12e Boa wool required Extra heavy rnlll Wjclioi wool ulllf colored red Llue1I cU more AU Wool lllankel3 pair 81b wool required to a ruin tilngle Yarn too Ib 19 or wool to the 2 or 3 ply Yam lie II required rviulred to wnLoll round tatfor r black In a 1Sea pound Our Motto High Grads Goods lieu Time Prices Encourage home tndnitry lire tmployniealttn tome labor Why vend your work to dliunt tbtn you can get a better article at home tom xratUely the lime price We aollclt youi pa ronage and guarantee to gUe aatltfactlon In qual ty of work In prices in fair dallog llrlDg ut your work and we will convince you that our lalmt are not extravagant Wool taken in ex hange lor good at niarkat Write or tall and get our pries frompt attention to all Inqul 14 wa td Wool shipped In Iota of ocLdaororerireighlpatdoni wa We do not ay any freight on lots 10011OU1Ia UKEK UIVEH VOOLCX MILL jhlpplcg Point McKlnney Mill Cawy OA Ky IsMah White AgentStanford Ky 200 Business And Pleasure Horses 200 25th Sale April 12 13 and 14 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconer Pro Acknowledged by patrons all orer the HUt to be the BEST established sale in tho South listing 8700 hone I foe competent to manage your atock lint light Uuyen numerous Satisfactory rae Covrnltrack box lUlla Knter stack hen and you will hare no regrets Vrlte ro trouble to aniwer letter Phone 21Nnt11t- eKyColu bus Buggy Gos Buggies Also Troy andMoyer Makes Cal and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky lfr nest IS THe CHL PETOOi C11111J ermanshrShor7Jian wn o tygeufriiiny ESa1d farFfrfaloyue =oulvyllleXy Seven experienced teacherf each one specialist la his line Graduates of this lollego business houses There are other schools but none can ofler our acuities Je A ALLEN CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY Material Yellow 1lno flooring Ceiling l1osh Have now a complete stock of BuIIdlujf llllad and of lrecd und hough Lumber blilngloM and titcel llooilnc Lo CUit 1ostb Ste Wp make estimate on any kind of work wanted Offlco opposite lJr L n Cooks FHE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The nest Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth Has been tried 60 years has never failed to tare Qyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Ohrmi Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a Torpid Liver DOZE TrOT XTAT7SXATX OH GRIP I But acts gently on the liver 25 dpsea In a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without it UFoI Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PIIESU Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedF- or admission call on MES NANNIE S 8AUFLEV Lady Principal POSTEDI hereby warn ill nont from lreapaalng on luT farm foe any purtxwe whatever UANDGIlAl1 Krlger Ky DINK FARMER Ii a caudliUto for Jailer vuliject to the ne tlbnottho democratic party lie aoUclle your support JOHN Cy PEPPUES II a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln CoUtot subject to tlrt Action of tho democratic par Liour uport In aollcltoil GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to Kit privately W creof the tarot IIIe- on Including the house of Ore fOOI kitchen and cellar end with cistern end sprln a the door The Taro U located on the Uantllli 01 lluitontllle pile mile from Dantllle and from lluitoarllle Forty acre ofthe farm II wheat in One condition and then at elM of corn Unit II purrhnrr wanla more load I will Sell him the mllto of IIS acre Temi to suit the For further paitlculara call on oradJreM i C BANO11HIK Mlliel tllU Ky J T STTTTOIf UndertakerI Hnitonville Kentucky OEnhla twice to the people ofWMt Umtllitl and Cy counties Full stuck ol Command CIA hoo- dDttarantrcMaaagt I PLEASE READ January tat llio regular iontlannuat acttllnp time leas Crone gone and omeof my patrons Imvo not aottleU wit me If Ire sue of them you are ur neatly requested to ottle Thanking and all for l at patronage and ollcltlnii eontlnuMo Very J II OUEFll Mlntoshs Livery Feed Stable rtcKIIIEY KY Good lugs tat reasonable prlcoJlIfo drivers double and single for day or it you want to work Casey and aJJolnli ountloi McKlunoy is the place to drle from llorica well for fee day week or month A hare of your la ronsge solicited FOXJ tLOOAN i LIVERY FEEDJUND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horse and Mules constantly on hand alld or site at all time r1V Bigger Bargains rM tfertiara Clothlncfcr Men Goysn lTlc at the lUcket Shus 9boe lot m- losladlemissaml chIWnnit reduced pile VT THE RACKET STORE IIrT di and Motion of all klndtat the Hick Furoahtaggoodsyurladiaano men Oin ohs for good and Wmdowah4rofsllkindut the ItMk1eheap Hon For Carrel Matllnn lugs e call at b Ue et Store thank alt ol our friends and pi and dnrerely hull for acoos for rut lutnntge ontlniunc and bPI remain yours lor pt rMtnieat and low l rka- sRACKET STOReS Tbe chnpeat elortlln the country Stanford an1 IbertyKy K IIc1ll Iron RagsCoilwrlttarPunlwrolMi kIDI- Iad cash ur Ilctnwax u tbe trale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMISON Pro- rLancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean splendid tabJo Everything first claM Porter meat all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvillo Ky ot lineRugglestUNl Jte Agent Indcrs and repairs Oliver Chilled I lows the boat made always loralo Call ou him RITH HOTEL 7 raANCISCO Prcpristor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY r nest Hotel n the mountains rake considered Portn west til train tqrrlalatteellonto tra- ellnl men THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally locatcdnnd only RSTczlssHotel la the city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping diltrict and two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street cars pats the door to all ptrli tho City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your and to Norris Freds Exchange In Wm Daupherty shop tD Stanford and get In exchange Flour ani- Meltl You can also buy Flour Meal stuff Bran Chicken Feed kc cheaper al- myplaco than where In town A trial Is I believe my exchange will be ood thing for farmers and I pledge liter raniactloni and full weight My goods omo trom Ouddorari Dir River Uoller and are flratclai MORRIS FRED Telephono No 68 s Spring1900Trees Everything forUrcbard Lawn sail UrJn The stock In of Fruit sod Ornaments Tree Vlnw Strawberry tIanle 1pwgtul- lhuturbandtoulsodllmrlly grown In tuck an ctlaMU menl Uenrral iu MMwberry catalogue lo lit hail on to tU F IIIIIIMn nm Lexington Ky WHITE HOTEL W II CAUIUEJt IllOU CORBIN KENTUCKY Chat to IViuengcr Irish Flntclat throughout Rata 41 per day H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive Call A 8 PRICE Surgeon DentiltI Stanford Ky flab tTe VelloUru IUuUdJnlIR A JONES I DENTISTI InonoNo 41 Over lllpgln J McKinney I WB PENNY DDS STANFORD KY tVOfllce at Rctldrnc on Laucaater Street DR Re COLDSTeJNI Till t Celebrated Eye Specialist or Louisville Kentucky HW beat theI Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur I day Mar 24th lieturning one day in each monthly Examined and Ohio Scientifically Adfotttd FIRST NATIONAL BANK of STANFORD ZY iaplUI Stock 5100030 Sarplai J17683 51 This lutltutlon originally ntabllahed se the Us laltankntSabfodtn1555thea reorganized a i he National llank ofSUnlord In ItU and igln organlied u the Flnt National Hank ot Stanford 1M2 baa had practically an uninterrupted iUt ins for year It II better supplied now wlti icllttlta for transacting builneta promptly end lib rally than eer before in Ita long find honotabli areer Accounts ol individual fidaclarlMnnni and Ibdlrldnali acllclted V DIKICTOal PUeldLincoln Co J W llajrdsn Stanford LTllarraI B 11 JUughraaD I- SHocker II T P Hill JP Walton II WA TrlbbU IJJI ColllerCrab Orchd M J MtlUr MLVerncn M DEIinore Stanford orricaai J ft foe er TmM nti J J Mclloberli Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock f100000 Su CompanyandoUlly for 26 Year Jolioits Your Bank Aooount oplngjiuch mutually01UECTOKS JJ William 0111 Owaler 8r JN Menefce A W CarWnlcr W HCummlni J K Lynn U hanki J K J CalbbIOFPICE118 I S U Shank Ireild ntl JIiOwilyCiuhler tlBright AntCaahlrJ Y