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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a x a IIj e rl T IL s SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXV11I STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 23 1900 9 A M NO iI IINEWS OF THE VICINAGE At Mlllor Crook In Estlll county Dud Abnoy was shot and killed by An drew Joanion Johnson surrendered at Irvine John Burns has been appointed poet master at Kensoe Whitley county D M Pcnn at Holllnirs Casey county and C Reynolds at Tyner Jackson county Tbo case of Cot D G Colton charg cd with the murder of E D Scott and L W Domaroo bee been sot for trial April 17 In tho Franklin circuit court CoUon li very touch Improved HarrUon Joocs a Negro was captur ed In Daavillo and taken to Lexington Ho It charged with murdering Harriet Fields aleo a Negro with an axe beadle la that city coven year ago Leonard Smallwood charged with tbo murdor of Millard number refused to testify at London against M L GaIT charged with solllnc liquor and tho court ordered tbo Jailer to keep him In a dark cell upon halt rations until bo agreed to talk In Doll county John Langley and Mote Sopbor had an altercation la which Langley and Sopbcr wore both killed and a man named Johnson seri ouslywounded It occurred over Lang toy arresting Sophor two years ago while constable on a charge of obtain log good under false prctebscs Adolph Kunz a prominent London druggist took an ounce of laudanum with suicidal latent Drs RamsovQd Caldwoll were called In as soon as It was learned that Kunz bad taken tho drug and they tried for hours to re store him to consciousness but failed and ho tiled lie married a MlisSbanka of Lnulsvlllo and they have elgutchlld von Dullness reverseIIaru said to have caused thu rash act Mss Mary Robertson one of Dan vlllos meet beloved women died Tues day night ot paralysis Sho wal a daughter of the late A S Robertson and a sister of Mcftrs Rufus A U acd A S Kobe rt and Mr W G Dun lap of n nvlllo Sho wal greatly beloved by all who knaw her and many there aro who will weep with those of the stricken household Sno was a member of tbo Pint Presbyterian church and It did not number In un congregation one moro loyal A bumble follower of tbo Master ill a King Daughter going about qvlctly doing good M a tender daughter and gentle ulster In a word as a lofty highminded Christian lady and noblo t womanshe will bo remembered by tboso who know her bet She has gone to lay at the feet of her Matter tb 1atainless record of a beautiful life Advocate WlllTB VAatlThe season for ap- plyingI It bcldg at hand we give the recipe used In making It for the Wnllo house at Washington Take a has buibol of unslaked limp slake It wit boiling water cover during the procas- to keep In steam etraln too Iiqul through a tine slovo or etralnor and add to It a pock of salt previously die solved In warm water three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste and stirred la whllb hot halA pound Span lab whiting and ono pound of gluo previously dissolved by soaking In cold water and then hanging over In a mall pot hung In a larger ono tilled with water tine gallon of hot water to tbo mixture stir well onJ let It etand a few days covered from dirt It should bo applied hot for which portablfurnaceu A K De Fluent editor of the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism In his right shoulder and lido IIo says My right arm at times was entirely useless I trlod Cluuuborlalna Pftln Balm and was our prised to receive relief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and It nev er fails11 For sale by Craig A Hooker druggists Stanford Ky lUlLUOAU Bargain das to points In tho Northwest Seldom If ovor will such low rate again bo made t Minnesota North and South Dakota Montana Oregon Washington Utah anll British Columbia all now effect from Louisville by tho Mono Route will close on March Oth positively I ul1lnformatlonallo map and tables will bo furnished o rqqucst by K H Bacon D P A Mo non Route Louisville Ky VOLCANIC EHUPTIOHS joIan1 erer rce icalds lJullll- laa 1Yute Chlfblaltteheat file lure on larth Drlrt out l las and PennDrugd box Curt gutnntMd Sold lif Tho Stonewall Jackson Memorial As sociation has been Incorporated In Vir ginia Tho object of the association ia to procure by purchase the Chand ler house In Caroline which Stonewall Jackolon dicestogoth cr with tbo farm on which the house t located and to preserve the bouse a nearly as can bo In Its original form and to collect therein such furniture portraits books manuecrlpte and othe ns were possessed by him or con neiitcd with careerD- ISISIARCKS IRon NERVE We the result of hit iplcnJl J hoillb Indomit able will xl tremeniloui energy are not found where youwantthaenauU11ri the out nf order If and DM r Ule Pills OatTheylMe at J Mr VERNON Early gardeners aro feeling like dig ging up their planted seed O T Johnson has moved Into his new and commodious storebouse at OrlandosD S Purdom hat moved to his new dwelling on Williams treat W JISparks wes In Louisville yesterday- N I Duster tho Ifm9 kiln owner III out from Doylu county He In making preparations to do a largo business this lIeUlonIDr Davit has our thanks for news Item given during tbo past several weeks Duo corrals all the new that passe his way Tbo old brick hotel on Main und Church strceu will shortly bo remod clod and lower story changes Into two store rooms both of which have been engaged by business men County Attorney Colyor who Is an ardent Baptist claims that Thomas Jefferson got his Ideas of formation of democratic party from tbo laws and rules of tho Baptist cburcbIHero a portion of an editorial from the Louisville Disputed This circu lation It among the solid substantial citizens of both city and country and not among the tel mouthed politician who were so loud In their Initial sup port of the paper So those 2000 democratic stockholders are now la billed red mouthed politician Pretty good That freak spring mentioned In tho lasf weeks Signal s mot a hoax as mod ovary ono believed on rending tbo aril clo A white sediment still flows from the spring and on coming In contact with ibo air It crystallzcs and has4 ank od up along too stream for several dred feet Live stock will not drin the water and tbo people are afraid iu Anotbtr spring on about the same elevation half mile around the moun talc doing the tame freakishness Tteio springs are In Dry Valley five miles South of this place Thomas Capp of BrodhcnJ this county who Is soldiering In the Phil ippines says In ono of 4fa late letters that whllo on outpost duty sharpshoot er belonging to the enemy dropped one ot tho American guards by a ball thro too ankle It was just before daylight Young Capp kept bit eye pealed und It wasnt long before too topknot of Tagal appeared from behind a tree RockcaHlo markmaosblp came Into play Whom daylight camo Cap pa went out to discover the result of his shot IIo found a man lying apparently dead ebut when bo reached tbo body It sad dense jumped up with a big knife and mado for CaPPI who being of an oth lollo nature overcame the man whom ho found bad a furrow across hU head from the shot tired by the American fwbo made a prisoner of his antagonist S McKlnnoy and Squire Russell Mondpoatoillco on a trip to Louisville W 0 Sympsol was hero from Pine Hill Tuesday E T Fish g hero for a few days and la selling tobac co to our merchants Ho has a nlco position with a largo Louisville factory W J Sparks was appointed assignee Farmer Si Powell the Livingston mo chants Agent Farmer of Rrodbcad le able to hobble about tbo depot with a crutch Mrs Martha Schooler of Gurrard is visiting the family of Wll Ile Adams The writer was In Crab Orchard yesterday and mot the famous story teller of Garrurd Ho told a tow and kept tho crowd at Stuarfs salo In a saws humor M J Barrfllof Crab Orchard like tile writer has no of the number ll but is rather Inclin ed In Its favor as a luck producer In stead of being unlucky PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely Information given tire Lang of New StraltMllle Ohio rreyeal a dreadful trig Oily ttid aarni two Urn A frightful tough bas long hrr awns ner night felia hid tried man7 remnllnaoddorlnrebuuteadllyguwwo laeJrrloui medicine tUo rural lrlungotavereroat tack ofTneuiiionli Such run re pojlllro proof torIWo and II Krrrj bottle guaranteed Trial botlln free at Icnnji Unngdtore ITbo soUvonlr badge of the Confeder eta reunion at Louisville May 30Jnno 3 will bo a celluloid canteen with the profile of Wlnnlo Davis daughter of thy Wlnnlo Davis rose on the other sloe KKWARU f The reader of Ihll pops will be pleated to Iflrn that there li at Iced one dJed disease the t science Lea been able to cure In all IU lljI and that ftwh IflPflfVtirrh Cure It the y poultice cure now known to the medical Cuternll Catarrh twlrg a conitltutlonal diseasere tnlree- oonenlullooaltreolmeat a JlalPi Catarrh Cure U directly the blood lllroyIstrength building up the ounitltutlun aadaeebltugnsturelndoing ll work The pro iowenabead for lilt of Address F 1 C1IENKY A CO Toledo U 73cr the test The State Doardof Paaroniy has decided to enforce the law which re quires that all persons soiling medi oclno in this State bo graduated pharmacists and shall have certificates as such from that board R J Cassidy ol Lexington has been employed ns special agent to prosecute offenders CRAB ORCHARD Hay becoming scarce but our Exchange manages to keep a supply for his Customers Kid J S Drawer of Louisville le spending a few days hero and Is preach lag sOme very interesting discourses at night at the Christian church Eld W neatly or Danville preached the Baptist church Sunday morning and night but the weather being veryI Inclement not many had the pleasure hearing him There was a largo crowd at the ealo of Mr Wm Stuart but be thinks cv erythlng brought only a reasonable price Tbo farm was not rented as the highest bid was only IflO HouD D Bdmlston came over from Camp Nelson and spent Sunday with his family Dr T J Pottu made a visit to Louisville to see his daughter Mrs Maud Campbell Mrs JF Cum mine of Stanford Is visiting her fothI er Dr Pettus and family Miss Annie Dronaugh has returned from a protracted visit to Livingston and Pincvlllo and Is now quite atI her country home Mr T J Nooe of Woodford county spent a day or two with his daughter Mine Roes who Is attending College Homo School Mrs Capt Dllllon has returned from her visit to Jessamine Mrs Kittle King will move her millinery store to Mrl J Ducbanan store on Main Street next to Robt Edmlstons dry goods wast10VIend more at this writing Kllburn Stuart has been mingling with homo friend for LibklIltlnlIere pent and Holman Stuart with their MrIwas and sister Sunday HUBBLEfJ W Bourne lost his gold watch as he wont from hero or alter ho gotbome a few days ago and offers 95 to the finder Mcsdamcs L C King and F P Dish 1adozen eggs per day from about 150 Leghorn hens while others In the corn munity with as many hens of another kind n o buying eggs to cat MUsJanlo Felands school still In crease and she now has a good ful attendance Wra CrutchOeld has gone to London to work on the railroad Mrs B W Given Is at the Joseph Price Infirmary for treatment for a few weeks Wo hope she will return much Improved Mrs Henry Spoonamoro Is back from visiting relatives In Garrard Mr Estu glues our mall line up the the let of July Miss Mary Etta Crman Is In Lexington with her slater Callie Gubanks has returned from Ycagora saw mill In Casey R L Hubble sold a young unbrok- jack to some Indiana parties for 8110 James Ross has rented four acres of tobacco land from C P Blanks for 12 13r00 bushels of Irish potatoes from two ncrwot land J J Walker has 01 samba from 05 nee Thomas Hackle y sold 2000 pounds of honey from SO bco hives In ono season after taking family Ibeelfort H Dunbar sold some sheep to D Spoonamorbought potahogs to D ff Prowltt for 41c IIrHE LAND OFTHjSXYCoUNTRY Tho mountain noctlun of Western North Care lion wherethottouhernRailway cross re the U one of tho most beautiful countries on earth with ell matic advantages second to nono This country U known an TUB LAND OK THE arceHot Springs Tryon lllack Mountain etc At these iolnu as welt in many others there nro superior lintel accommodations and to tills wonderful country gad It ut all Seasons of the year most advantageous AdJllccnJto Tho Land of tho Sky U as The Sapphire Country which Is reached by tho Southern Hallway via AitiBvlllo Hendenonvlllo N O to Ilravunh N U thence by stage throu b n wonderfully Interesting country The Sap phire Inn on Sapphire Lake furnishes good accommodation nnd Falrflcld Inn on Fair Hold Lake Is a largo Hotel just completed and being extensively patronized by visitors from all over the Uulted States SapphiretTho country Is most attractive not only ns SpringitosortToldors maps and other Information mall Id free to any address by Wll TAYLOE A 01 A Louisville Ky The ofllolal report of tho railroad commission shows that there Is a total of 3065 miles of railroads In Kentucky valued at 841403810 Indianas assess ment la 8153059348 on 0300 miles Dr Hunter McGulro of Richmond the eminent Virginia surgoonwho was Stonewall Jacksons chief medical of ficer sutTorcd n stroke of paralysis Hue condition Is critical Congressmen ana Senators have 15 000000 packages of seeds to distribute among their rnral constituents 0 LANCASTER In tho circuit court Bradley Stormea was tout to jail for four months for stealing a check from Mrs H C KauQv man 8Iok1butlbehas gone to Louisville to huvo a sur gical operation performed- On Wednesday Mr Lewis Harris aged 40 a highly respectable citizen died at his holndnear McCrcary of spinal trouble The remains will be burled today Thursday in Lancaster cemeteryCol S Miller has returned to Knoxville after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives Mr John Shoa bus returned from Louisville much Im proved In health ExGov Bradley spent Wednesday at home Ho says the republicans are sure to win but he always said that about his client no dllTcronce what kind of a case he had Ho favors rushing the case through for tbo public good Senator Farrls show ed me a group of the pictures of the democratic Senators and It Is a body of One looking men among whom none are more handsome than he Our peo plo are Justly proud of Senator Farrls for tbo ability and courage displayed by him In the last session Messrs C C Fox RobU Harding Luther Stodg bill and J R Dodd of Danville and R C Warren Harvey Helm and W E Varnon of Stanford attended court this week The Lancaster Lyceum Co has a contract for Gen John D Jordan to lecture hero May 24 during the see lion of the G A B- In the circuit court Monday thecae of John Smith against Mrs Dullard was dismissed the plaintiff having tailed to institute proceedings within the required tlmo prescribed by law Garfield Gay was fined 820 for trespass The case of tbo Lincoln county court against the Gurrard county court for dlsposllloo of 11300 arising from th sale of the part of tbo Lancaster as Stanford turnpike lying In this county was settled by agreement D W Van deveer being allowed 1350 W H Kin nalrd treasurer 1250 and the Lincoln county court 8130 the residue to be di vided among the Indlvjdual stockhold ers Tho grand jury adjourned Wed nesday returning 42 Indictments threo foyrths of which were for tho Illicit sale of whisky William McDonald con feeling in two cases and going to the work house to pay eM Sweety GUI colored was arrested and locked In jail for same offense Twelve Indictments forlfalling to keep the track In proper condition Eighteen Indictments were returned against Hunley Singleton for the unlawful sale of whisky Ho gave five good men on bond for his appearance next court worth in too aggre gate about 975000 Judge G H Dreck of Richmond was of counsel lor the defense in tbo SmlthDallard case No district In tho State has a more capa the judge and pro eeut lug attorney than Judge Saufloy and ofethe warrants uo court for the unlawful tale of whisky was ably argued by Tomllneon Williams and Walker involving the question of contllct between the city ordinance and the general law and the question whether local option prevails The court has the case under consideration The case of Squlro Burton against the city of Lancaster for damages Incurred by falling into an excavation at the Miller Hotel was begun Wednesday and Is attracting much attention Arguments are being mado this Thurs Oweleyetill and Capt Herndon and W I Wil llama for the defendant LATER Squire Burton got a verdict for 8050 against the town Writing from MoKlnney to the Som erset P II Journal D K M of Mc sUAgestedIa Taylor Is a bankrupt it would be a good idea if ho would give himself up claim tho reward for the assassin give It his Invalid wife and then by due proc ess of the law pave away to his reward In a future world It was also suggest ed by another democrat that slnco the republicans wore generous enough to furnish the gun lead powder and a man to kill Goy Goebel that the dem ocrats should return the favor by fur rushing tbo rope and a man to ban Taylor according to law A good move Wholl second the motion We have saved many doctor bl Is olnco we began using Chamberlains Cough Itemed In our homo We keep a bottle open all tho time and whenever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a result wo never have to send away for a doctor and Incur a largo doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough Remedy never fails to cure It Is certainly a medics m of great merit and wtlrlhD S Mearkle General Merchant and harmer Mettle Bedford county Pa For silo by Craig k Ilockcr druggists Stanford Ky a Kentucky needs lose politics and moro push less guns and moro gumption lees elections and more enlighten mont loss promises and more perform ances lees murders and more manufact urles less railing and moro railroads loss liars and more laborers Cynthla na Democrat I We want to sell yon your n- extSUIT It We have been through the best clothing markets and searched and sifted and bought tho goods that have ben coming to us almost dally for the past month We have the results now to show In the best selected stock of GOOD CLOTHING For Men and Boys that will fio found In any Danvlle More There are Cheviots and Worsteds Serge Casslmerea and Clays and the weave colors and high standard of clothand trimmings makes our showing a very superior one It pay to trade at Globe Clothing House Successors to J L Frohman Co Miller Hirsch Danville A C SINECONTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD EENTUC2Y I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest forathat I been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Slash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered r t11Our stock is quite new Shapes and Colors Black Brown and Light Stiff Hats Brown Black Pearl Tan and Otter Alpines Everything in Staple Shapes J B Stetsons Soft Hats In Black and White An elegant line of Childrens laps In White Blue ned Tan Plaids and Checks PLEASE SEE THEM- H Je MROBERTSn American Wire Fence l 0TheBest Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To f H Like It Geo H Parris Co THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous Aaaetl mat Lessee the new discovery in optical science I to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of the very Latest Designs iJ JVJouldijpgs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to tho most elaborate paintings Among tho lot Is the New French mouldings specially for suitable qclicato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that reo- duirc a dainty When In Danville cllll and see us and get our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky i I s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 23 1900 w P WALTON ONE K J Hampton of Wlncbesterj who Is In Washington hunting fur a government job Is telling big stories In ordorito secure It of bow tho ro publicans are going to fight if the demo ocrats attempt to take the capitol build loge when the appellat court haDds down ItS opinion as ho aneAe8lIwhlch In mt knowledge IB already written In the contest case thus far In advance of the litigation reaching that tribunal lilt seems certain he addsuthat we shall have to fight and did for our lib erties and this we have made up our minds to do This U big talk at 10Dg range and is good evidence that if thorn is fighting to be dote Cagya wont be thereflo one who knows tbe Kentucky republicans who are bent OD holding office believe that they wIU fight except front ambush with an un suspecting foe and the talk about a conflict Is the merest bluff With tbe gallows staring them In the face dIdnt Powers and Davis although surrounded by a car load of soldiers who were trv log to get them out of the waygivei without a word wben a few determined civil officers at Lexington put them In the shackles Men who wouldnt fight under such circumstances wouldr fight at all and the two met Damed are but a fair sample of the gang wbo we are told will tight and die for thelrf Iberties A SOCALLED meeting of leadl citizens Is alleged to have beonheld at Lexington Wednesday to take steps towards the repeal of the Goebel law Ii and rescue the State from GoebelU w whatever that may mean The Lox Ington Herald which makes a bigblow over It is careful not to give names and p the presumption is that the mcetln was composed only of Col Billy and Capt Desba Brockinrldgo A request E for each county to send delegates to a convention at Louisville April 25 was madeRUNNING newspapers as Chrlf would run them seems to be the fad now and Sheldon Imitators are prlDjtld ing up all over the country It Is a very foolish proposition in the first place and If there were patterns to goby the attempt to discount them would bo sllIly The whole business la for mODOYb and notoriety Who In this would have ever heard of the Topeka Capital had It not been for the advert ilelng scheme THE Arkansas repub Means passed a resolution of sympathY for Taylor Ic his troubles but syraoathy Isnt wba r thn Imposter U hankering after Mon ey money is the burden of his song and sympathy unaccompanied by the cash cuts no ice It Is stated however tha up to this time contributions from Northern republicans who are doubt less as much of a rascal as he Is have It ben received ana the hat Is still pass log around Gov BECKIIAM shows his anarosltvs by appointing Ed O Leigh secretary Leigh Is the best of fellows socially knows everybody he ever metc in the State and Is the 6jDoothlest kind of Ittbeoffices are not Incompatible under the constitution the new appointment willI not interfere with that of clerk of House which he filled so capably and endedkGov intake the pro d vision of the constitution that State elections shall not be held the same year as National elections will prevent an election for governor to fill the un expired term of Gov Goebel So soon as his legal title will have been passed on by the court proceedings will be instituted to determine whether thot governor must be elected this year or next A MAN convicted and sentenced at Auburn Ind to 14 years for forging a widows name and getting 200 on it secured an appeal on the grounds that the paper not having a revenue stamp on It was In Itself illegal and therefore void and should not have been cashed As the fellow said on drinking a cer taln kind of mineral water This Is entirely too dn technical HURRAIIBeckhamHe Is tbeI man for tht occasion So long as he is governor no swaggering Intimidator InI soldier clothes or otherwise will run rough shod over the courts and citi zeDS Let them crook their finger today and many will be carried home in boxes If not burled in the potters Held TIlE Tobacco Trust ia responsible for the Porto Rican tariff bill passed by the Lower House of Congress at the dictation of McKinley The Trusts of various kinds usually secure the legis lallorothey waqt when republicans are in charge JOHN D ROCKEFELLER has proposed to give 8100000 to Wellesley College as soonas the college debt of 06000 U raised Look out for another advance iucoal oils WHILE Gov Beckham has his sol dlers at Frankfort why not arrest Tay lor and have him tried for his many crimes against the law und soclet If not in fact for the a8saulna lon of Gov Goebel JUDGING by the concern Dick Inott manifests Goldeu made a mistake In the name of the assassin Instead of Tallow Dick could ho have meant Whey Face Dick THE LATEST BLUFFED GOV DECKHAM CALLS OUT TROOPS AND INTIMIDATORS DECIDE THAT n18 CRETION IS TIlE DEER PART OFtl ALORILOUISVILLE Mar 23 830 A MI The Intimidators wore bluffed by Govt Beckbaras prompt action InassembllDg Maj Allens battalion second rejtl sent at Frankfort and decided to etay from todays trial Gov Beckham Issues a statementI strongly agatnat bayonet rule explain lag that soldiers were called solely BtI the request of clvllautborltlcsI Wharton Golden goes on witness itanditoday but only enough evldeMe to be produced to bold accused rbe trial is expected to extepd to nextI week Gov Beckbam approved bill rovok ng charter of Branch Bank of Ien ueky Farmers Bank of Kentucky and Deposit Bank of Frankfort C D FRANKFORT Mob 220n the urjtent pneal of the citizens of Franklin coun v Gov Beckham decided to have a rce of soldiers here tomorrow to as let the civil authorities should anvat tempt at rescue on the part of lountaineer friends of the prisoners be made A big army of mountain intl alora Is xpectcd and Sheriff Sutor Ill have 125 special deputies sworn In Gen Castleman Is In charge of the mil- Itary and says that Gen Collier has omlfled his cooperation in maintain the peace Five car loads of mountaineers left arbourvllle tor Frankfort yesterday and railroad man said that 27 cars had been provided for the IntimidatorsI A consignment of arms contain 273 guns was conveyed to the sherif office this morning These weapoDsI ill be in the bands of Beckhams sol ery and perhaps It may also be usedI toequlp a posse of special deputies if reinforcements are deemed necsssar Misses Ella Smith Jane Catron aDdI zzle Matthews of Barbourville baveI 3en summoned as witnesses in the ex lining trial of Powers and others at rankfort today who are alleged to have heard John Powers say ho vould kill Goebel if some one else didnt Tallow Dick wires from Dealt tIle that he Is not guilty and will not in away flout Coospkalosassfns- The Bowling Green jail bird who professed to know who killed Gov Go bel proves a rank fraud Having failed to interest McKinle la said tbat the Kentucky republicans are dow appealing to Congress to come to their rescue The subsidized press has turned Its ulrt guns on Lawyer T C Campbell because be has been engaged to prose tb the assassins of Goebel Judge Riley of Lexington whoi tbe republicans relied on to give ball Powers and Davis is to be tried on indictment for malfeasance in ofllce It Is said that Col Colson advised rry Howard and Wharton Golden to- teil every thing they knew If tbey knew any thing of the conspiracy to Goebe- lt Is stated that the L k N has beet trlbutlng passes In the mountain l1jtaln to bring another army of Intiml datoN to Frankfort to nvnrawe the ex amlnlDg court tomorrow Dr J M McCormack who attended Gov Goebel testifies as to the course of the bullet through the body that It md entered the right breast near arm pit and ranged downward pas81DIt out about an Inch and a hall- lower than the point of entrance Tbe lousy republican governors In tho States of Indiana Now York Mal De Vermont and Pennsylvania have assured the republican murderers and conspirators that they can find a safe haven with them as they will bonor no requisite from Gov Beck bamWharton Golden of Barbourville wbo made a confessslon of the conspiracy to assassinate Gov Goebel told of In our dispatches In Tuesdays paper Is In Lexington closely guarded by the nmonwealtb and will be at Frank- lort today when he will make a clean br ast of everything ho says The mulattoIITallow Dick Combs who be said was selected to Ore the sbotwae famous in the French Evprsole- feud and was subsequently 1000 for volatlon Of the liquor laws In Winchester and escaped while king out the fine It Is said that bee hired in the feud named at 95 a day to do the killing lIe le said to have- killed fully 20 men Ho has been rUD- nlDjt a barber shop at Beattyvllle but has not yet been arrested The state Thoe1BCatchln11 Hotel at London under false pretense Is denied by Cromwell wbo- says he paid Landlord McLear e5 for book In Goldens confession It sajdbe tolls of a meeting at the Catch Inga Hotel on a certAin day when leading republicans assembled thera and started the movement which cui mlnatcd In the assassination of WlUlam Goebel On looking over the hotel register Cromwell found that on tb day named by Golden all the republl cans referred to by Golden as bavlnr been present were registered as uests of the botel- Receipts for its board which the res publicans paid for Tallow Dick Combs show that he was in Frankfort at the time of Goebels assassination Mason Hockorsmlth the lUchmond Negro said to be Implicated in Whar Goldens confession has not been seen there for weeks Ho stayed tbere last summer and fall but no one kDOw his wheroabouta for some mODths past The charge that Golden made tbe statements ho did while drunk Is denied by His brothers He is said to be a total abstainer Capt Ben B Golden his brother said a tow days ago that If Wharton told all ho knew several necks would bo broken In consequence POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Judge H C Lilly was paralyzed IrvineSenator Scott of West Virginia reo tame his seat In the Oth district republicans bavo called their Congressional convention a for May 2d at Ashland Gov Bradley gives It as his oplnloD that the contest over the jtovernor8blp will be settled entirely In 60 days Editor John Meloab ot the Frankfort Democrat will next week take a place In tho otllco of Auditor Coulter John A Blngbam exminister to Japan and the judge advocate who sc enced Mrs Surratt is dead at Cadiz o Senator Wm Lindsay Introduced an imeqdment to the Porto Rican bill pro riding for free trade between the hoed States and Porto Rico Senator Morgan of Alabama Introduced an amendment to the Porto Rican bill providing for free coinage of silver imitting the coinage to the American product A dispatch from Middlcsboro eaVB tbat Hon George E Stone of Case Is being urged to run as the dcmocra Ic candidate for Congress In tho 11th tbls year Hon Harvey Hdlm a sterling dome crat of Lincoln county wants to go asI district delegate to the Natldnal con ontlon and is highly spoken of by theI ress CyntblanaDemocrat Judge Cantrlll makes oath that when he swore Goebel in as governor 21 ours before be died that the latter wasthen in possession of botti phys Ical and mental powers to a surprlsjn egret After argument by Senator Llndsa and Representatives Borelng and Pogl Itbe House committee on judiciary decided for a favorable report on the bill tabllshlng two Federal judicial ills trlcteln Kentucky Capt Jim Blackburn refused to shako with Gen Basil Duke at rankfort when he proffered his bane aljd waiving him oft said Go away general go away They were Con federate soldiers together and fast friends but Dukes course towards Goebel was too much for him Various patriotic citizens have matt claim aggregating 820000000 agalns tbe government for alleged damages durlDg the war with Spain As that tbe price we paid originally for the PhUlpplncs we might consider the wisI dom of turning over the archipelago to- the claimants and calling tho thing squareLoulsvUle Times Gov Beckham has decided upon Dr J G Furnish of Boone county for su rlntendent of the Central Kentucky iano Asylum at Lakeland It is the- most desirable asylum appointment Ic the Suite and Dr Furnish as a demo cratand as a physician is deserving of It He has been a member of the State Senate from Boone county during two sessions and was a warm and valuable supporter ot Gov Goebel Commenting on the various dlstrlct9- tbe Courier Journal says Congressman Georjte G Gilbert of the 8th district has no opposition and Is not likely to have any It is the Impression of some politicians that Gov McCreary will be a andldate for Congress this year put- this la probably a mistake The Il erDor has something better in vieW Ho will probably be a candidate for the United States Senate to succeed Deboo rho House committee on military of fairs reported favorably on the bill ca dishing a National battle field mo morlal park of 0000 acres on the sites of the battles of Fredericksburg Chan cellorilvllle The Wilderness and Spot 1sylvaDlo Court House The report states that more men were there en 1gaed than In anvbattle in the worlds blstory aggregating at least 500000 with losses in killed and woundoi on both sides amounting to 120838 The enchmonts over the entire field are said to be In a remarkable state of pro servatlon t Tblsls the way that sterling demo ctat John M Logan of Lancaster talked to a Cincinnati Enquirer man There will be no doubt about the election In our State next November for thero will be a democratic avalanche tbat will bury the republicans out of sight The gold democrats are comlDg back en masse in Stato electto I1t any rate since the infamous a88as8Ina tlon of Gov Goobel The crack of that Winchester rifle the morning of Jan 30 soundodthd death knoll of the ro publican party in Kentucky for a gen oration Nothing short of Gabriels trumpet could resurrect It now NEWSNOTATION The trust has advanced all grade of 5c on the 100 pounds A young wife at Chicago shot and killed her husbands paramour Henry Hale of Blabopton Tenn crazed by neuralgia drank carbollo acid and died D Appleton Co the weUknown New York publishers have failed lIa bllitles 11100000 A company with 5000000 capital bas been organized at Atlanta to operato gold mines In that State The Topeka Capital management bas announced that It will hereafter be conducted after the Sheldon idea The tax asjcssment shows favetto to be the second richest county In tbe State The total is 296G2300 Franklin voted dry by 230 maJority It Is said that 130 Negroes were corated In barns to keep them from voting The Ohio House of Representatives has passed the bill allowing 11000000 or the Ohio Centennial at Toledo Rather than appear ina part In Sapho at St Louis an actress took dose of poison with suicidal Intent Mr Mercadlcr a Frenchman has Invented asyetem by which several mes ages can be telegraphed simultaneous Iy over a single wire Ezekiel R Day who kept a bookstore In New Albany Ind for 60odd years s dead He owned COO pieces of real estate in ha town From Mid lord Del comes cows tbat deal contemplating the slaughter of 20000 birds for one firm alone has been gncd at prices ranging from 1C to 500- All are to be sacrificed to gratify women e pride The gold statue ot Miss Maud Adam tbe actress has been cast at Now York Mounted on its base It will be six feet- In height the figure being the aIDe height as Miss Adams It weighs 712 pounds and the bullion used Is val ed- at1187000A brought at Wllllamsto over election beta Judge We8tovcr rendered a decision unfavorable to tbe alntlff but at the same time Imposed One on each of the bettors to the amount wblch then had staked and tben held each one under bond to await the action of the grand Jury LAND AND STOCK Bcazlcy Bro bought of W T Rey colds 15 hogs at lie FOR SAE30 65 pound shoats E- E Patterson Stanford F A Bradley Danville has fine 8eed- corn for sale at 91 a bushel Charlie Smith refused 820000 for Lt Gibson the Derby candidate William Bonus of Mercer sold four- extra good work mules at 81CO The Paris Kentuckian reports 811cs of 73 1050pound cattle at Cc Maude S was burled by the side of- tbat once great race horse Dexter Thomas Metcalf bought 71 owes wltb GJ lambs of R C Thurmond for 9400 Over 150 trainers and owners In Oblo- have signed the resolution against heat ttlnz W G Cowan sold to Allen L Wllk- In80n 43 feeding cattle averaglDgOU pouDds at Cc Belt cattle sell at 61t do bogs CI shop 500 and extra spring lambs 120 In Cincinnati I C Vanraeter and R P Taylor of- Clark county received a car load ot extra cattle from Chicago wblcb cos- t46i At Georgetown Monday a lot of feeders sold at 93 yearlings at 41 to 5 Ct- 8calves at 814 to 822CO a head and bel ers at 34 to 4c Times Lewis Whitt has just killed a montba Duroc hog bought of R n Bronaugb which weighed 380 pound Can you beat It Will Fox sold to Bridges S Byers of- Trafalger Ind a fiveyearold stalllo by Gambetta Wllkcs dam Kato Gam bv Garrard Chief for 8500 Advocat MULES TO WORKI have a lot of- Jood strong young mules that I w111 let out to be worked until Aug 1 Al- toply E W Leo on the Gran Cecil tarm on Salt river Boyle county wlnebroad Sharp bought U Comi bell county Tenn two car loads 01 cattle 1100 pounds average whit they will put on the Winchester court- market Monday They cost close to 50- delivered there G A Swlnebroad of Lancaster re turncd from Powell Valley Tenn yes- terdav morning with a car load 3- 0feedlnj cattlo which cost him 41 here They are for sale as well aa three other clAr loads of the same kind It is said that a Holstofn cow Mlohlgan ate three bushels of apples out of a barrel in a neighbors yard For several days she gave pure cider- wblch when churned yielded an ox- cellent quality of apple butter Igulty Dare by Chester Dare th uptodate saddle and harness etalllot and great show and breeding horse be- 10DltiDit to Carpenter lti Faulconer wit make the scasonof 1000 at the stable of C 0 Carpenter 2t miles west HustODvllle See ad in next weeks U S The Big OPEING- Of t New Goods At The I1 LOUISVILLE STORE We anticipate your and wishes then make the prices Irresistible Our one thought la buying our one aim In selling Is to find your want and meet thorn aa no one the can We weigh every word thoughtfully In scnen of fact We rnoMure everr knows just what to expect and ex value we put before you carefully Everybody peels the very Lest at the very lowest possible price In our now lino of go- odilualityAnlStylsAroPreEminent And low prices predominate throughout There Is only one claw and that tbo fiist in our Spring And Bummer collection of Staplo and Fancy Dry Goods Dress Goods FancyGoodsNotions l And Mens And Boys Clothing fens Ladies and Children Shoes Carpets Matting Your responsibility antis ond outs begins wben you buy of us We are right behind every transaction fro maie Como and look at our new stock You will flail reliable goods it POPULAR p1IE 1tt The strongest aggregation of values end low prices tint It has ever been our tenure to otter you If you want to buy right and save money make our ton your trading home OUISVILLESTORE IITJlOSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Ob0 65t58b 060000b 00- Wg o + 13 + MciOJ3ET51 g- g DRUGGIST STANFORD g 0o OlEUA HOUSE I1LOOK 0o o Books Stationery Wall Paper Paints o 0Oils and Varnishes a 0 lal Attention Given to the Compounding of Prcttlptloiu SolonUOoally g withCare 0 grOIros Cash Telephone No 27 go Oilico Long Distance Telephone 0 0 00000000000000000000000p000000000000NewArticles1 Added To Our Stock A NEW RANGECov- eted with Aluminum See it before buying any other The Dewey Self llasting Roaster And Baker entire tlmo U Is rOIUngtthoroughly during The ConJonter has the Fowl basting A new combined extension Step Ladder tho best ladder on the market Higgins Sc McKinney I Just Received I A largo and wellselected stock ol rSi invited to call and exare especiallymenYoungOf the latest Styles S amine our stock W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky VA WV V Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 0911071773 Liabilities 0181070724- Smplus 5025091322 The Best PolicyjThe nest Company Annual Dividends Before placing your np plicatlcatlon for Life Insurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky lKeforcnces Out Policy Holders t eg THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 23 1900 E 0 WALTON LUBINESS MANAGER TUB bet materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good resuta No other muthode are overt la our proscription work Penny 1Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Mils J W UoUT continues very Ill Miss EMMA QOODE Is vliltlng rela tives at Parksvllle- A W STEWAUT ono of Ilockcastloa solid citizen was here this week- J M ESTES and wife of Eubanks were nero with friends this week MR C E GENTRY Is back from Now Orleans where ho spent the winter Miss JULIA WATTS of Fayette Is vltlllnjr bor slstor Mr P Trlbble W R DENIIAM U rejoicing over the tbo advent of another ton Advocate MR E E PATTERSON Is back from a trip South including Vlckburg Miss Mils JOE GlNBDUiia and baby wont to Louisville yesterday to visit rein tives Miss SARAH HUQIIKS of Boone t county Iwltb her slater Mri W M Britt MR LEWIS WlllTT of Lebanon Junction baa a 11 pound boy at bis houtoMKflsits WILL SEVERANCE and William Iluter went to Clndnnntl Tuesday to buy good Miss LAURA JAIUJOK has returned from Lebanon to anlit Miss Lioclo Bcazloy to her millinery Miss RACHEL ALLISON of Lexlng t ton arrived Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Mary Burch MR GKOKOE R GRIFFITHS tho Mo f Klnnoy lumber man went to tho Loba non hospital yesterday to be treated Mitd A G EASTLANDS sister Mrs 0 P Kennedy of Salvlsa Is vory III and she will likely go to her bedside today MSc LtzxiE TRUE of McKlnnoy who will leave for Illinois In n few days pent several days with Mrs G W AlkenMlBsSALLlEGlVENa has returned to I Pituburg with Mlssc Mary Given and Margaret Pitman who came homo with hor MR ZAN DUDDHRAR who has a Ijoo run on the Louisville Southern Is on a visit to his parents Col and Mrs W II DudderarW R of Corbln with his mother Mrs Carter of Rowland has moved to Lebanon Junction and order two papers to bo soot to him MRS II D GREGORY who has boon with her parents Judge and Mr J P Bailey a few weeks returned with her children to Covlngton yesterday MR J T Rioas of Lorrctto Is fill leg Ernest Warrens position at the rfopot while ho Is helping out In the dispatchers olllco at Livingston DR J B OWBLEY Is at his post again In the Lincoln County National Bank alter several weeks tussle with nick ness looking mucb the worse from It MRS I N VAUOIIAN and Miss Isilo Vaughan loft Wednesday for their Virginia bome to the great regret of those they visited Mr E C Walton accompanied them to Cincinnati W II PETTCB who filled eo satisfac torily J S Ricos position at tho depo- while that gentleman was off on a trip will leave next woes for a protracted visit to Texas and other points ELDER J G LIVINGSTON and D C Payne of Crab Orchard went down to Glasgow tho other day to testify as to the character of J D Stcenborgen t who has been doing some detective work there MSS LILLIAN PinniS our pretty Montlccllo correspondent Is spending t a fdw days with old friends hero She has found many strong attachments In her now homo of which sbo speak very highly J REV II C MORRISON tho ovangc In who has Just returned from Cuba was on Wednesdays train en route to London to hold a two weeks meeting You are getting fat was said to him Yes Ive almost enough girth now to be a presiding elder ho replied MR C L HOWKLL the trado edition man was here Wednesday on routo to 1 Lancaster Ho has written many a town up ulnco ho was horo In September when wo got out a triple number edition for him and our subscriber of 7000 requiring 21000 Impressions TIIK beautiful daughter of Mr and MM S E Lackey of Gallatin Tenn has been chosen sponsor for the Ten nessee Sons of Veterans at the Con federate Reunion which will bo hold in this city Mite Lackey Is an unusually beautiful and attractive girl Louis ville Dispatch THE Elkton Progress tells of an olo gant reception given by Hon and Mrs S W Porgy the lattor neo Twldwoll in honor of the Rosemary Club A band furnUbcd the muslo and the din log room and tables were prettily deco gyrated tho former In yellow and whit o and the latter In whlto ribbons andr- elLIOW jonquils Delightful refreshments served consisting of strawberries and cake apollnarls water and coffee and wafers The souve wero of carnation pinks MRS T S WEIIIJ JR and sons of Knoxvlllo will arrive today to visit tho family of Judge Saulloy leftIMlea Lula Prowitt returned with Mr Paine and Mr and Mrs Tate wont with tho party as far as Cincinnati LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work SEED PolMucs at Warren Shanks DALTON Is headquarters for good watch work GARDEN Seeds of all kinds Warren b Shanks NEW line of Jaralceat Gco H Farris k Cos Go to Miss Sac ray forenlargement and copying FRESH bread overtday three loaves for lOc John fence shingles and arbor posts at A C Sines WANTEDA first class blacksmith No other need apply J T Jones Stanford COME and examlno our now stock of buggies and road wagons Wearen Bros HAY Straw Corn Oats ShipstufI onlyJI OYSTER Cocktails Welsh Rarebit Granola Poitum Cereal and Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits at Higgins McKinney I THE usual cqukoctlal storms did not como this time but nIce weather in stead It Is cloudy this morning and rain Is predicted OLD MOCK WHISKY G D Weath crford has n contract for full control and sale of Old Mpck Whisky In Hus tonvltlc II C Mock GALLANT Capt C W Longmlrcwho Is holding on like grim death to the armory at Lexington wants to bo assis tant adjutant general and Lt Rowan Saulloy who was with him In the army and knows his real worth secured hero in a vory short tlmo 65 names to a po titian to Gov Beokham asking his appointment TILE heirs of John Walton of whom wo aro ono of which met at Cynthlana last week and decided to employ coun sel to investigate tho record with a vlow to establishing a title to the largo estate in Philadelphia valued at MO 000000 Tbo proof iems to bo pretty clear that a protty big slice of tbo Quaker City belongs to his heirs and wo may bo a millionaire yet you bet BOTH HELD Mr pKennedy was tried before Judgo Bailey Tuesday afternoon for assault on Jim Green and held In 8100 to the circuit court The proof showed that Green bit Howard defendantwithly gash In his bead 0 hearing of It Mr Kennedy gave him a sound thrashing Green was held also for assault Ing the boy in 150 pond Tim NFORO CATS IAcvDr Bohon writes That Tallow Dick will prob ably be Implicated as the active Inter mediary In tho Goebol assassination to preyed on Josh Swopoa feelings that intwas from tho In ferno and Josh commanded to look behold tbo myriad of republican representatives conspicuous and every ono holding a nigger between himself and the fire GETS Tile MAGAZINE Of all those who sent answers to the Mosaic poetry printed In this paper Miss W Mao Glllisplo of Class 1000 Somerset High School Is the only one who writes us that she obtained the authors names by hunting thorn up and not by copying then from a newspaper and wo havo sent her according to her eolcctlontho Century Magazine for a year Miss Glllliplo writes like a lady of much culture and we are glad to bo ablo to furnish her such excellent reading mat ter WREN the McKinneymail lino was established wo thought our troubles were over in getting our papers to the West End but not so Miss Edna Cam nltz who with Mr Jerry Adams was hero Wednesday afternoon told us that our Tuesdays papers had not gotten to Uustonvlllo up to the time sho loft and Fridays paper did not como till Saturday There Is no earthly excuse for tho delay Tbo papers are promptly dispatched from hero and the fault lies in u careless mull man somewhere whose identity wo Intend to disclose DREW A PISTOLMr Jas Farmer was in yesterday to see tho ofllccrs about arresting Bill Hale who drew a pistol on his son John tho day before According to Mr Farmer the two wore engaged in n conversation when Halo said ho was going to awear falsely for a Negro Farmer told him ho ought to bo ashamed of himself whereat Halo presented the weapon which was a como quick Smith S Wesson Farm or told blm ho was unarmed but if ho would wait till ho got his pistol he would shoot tout with him Ho start ed for It and Halo took to his heels ONION sots at Warren fc Shames 10 LATE things In pulluy belt buckles J P Jones INSURE your property with the Home of N Y Jesse D Wearen Agent WE againthat tbo sub scribers to the fund for Hubble Alver son and Embry pay at onco Mr W A Carson a now subscriber handed us 81 for it yesterday SEVERAL of our republican subscrib ore who do not like to hear assassins tholrIstopped but It Is just like the killing of tiles of which It is said a dozen more como to attend the funeral of each More than a dozen democrats have taken the placo of each republican taken off our lists CLOSING UI TilE I RSDr Ed ward Alcorn and Mr James Frya were hero yeeterday from Huslonvlllo and the latter said in his dry way You know Dr Alcorn has been a little short on democracy for a few years but re cent developments havo brought him back to his first love and be Is with us to stay hereafter The doctor pro tested that ho was is and always Would bo democrat Thats right said wo to Mr Fryo keep him straight But who will keep Frye straight Inquired the doctor who remembered that ho was a little cool last fall Ill novel need anybody to do that said Frye I didnt vote for Goebel but I have long since seen where Iwaswrong and will hereafter show for do mocracy fruits meet for repentance A FAKE Some ono threw ra letter Into R L Bubbles buggy at Danville Monday addressed to this paper In which B addresses Dear Jack from London and tolls him that ho has sent another latter to the INTERIOR JOURNAL to throw It off Tho 1mc prcskton It was Intended to leave was that In sending tho two letters they had gotten mixed and wo got tho ono Intended for Jack It names a aura bor of State oRloIals past and present at the meeting of the conspirators just previous to tho assassination of Goobel of how tbo assassins were selected by a black bean drawn from 103 three only being black and bow they were stationed In the executive building toI do the shooting Tbo men named are from Clay Laurel and Knox and the Laurel county man Is given the credit for the fatal shot The whole thing Is such a glaring lake that the way faring man though a fool would not be taught by It FUtiuMrE D Ken nedy came In with another batch of subcrlbors to the Goebel monument fund which puts him in the lead ottho county committee and ho says bo is not yet done The first 12 names bo low were given by him Ho had pre viously given 1C Wo ba1 received- to lastreportl07 20 S A Montgomery i 25 00WillA J Burton 25- G A Humes 25 John MoKlnncy 50 25GCWilliam Campbell 25 100J25WCOWHLowdcrA B Austin 25 CrabOrchard 8100JJJ Brooks 100 00JIJ3 A MIddleton 5C J C MoWhorter CO James Livingston 25 WT Stevenson 25 James P Jonos 25 S J Tntom J D Anderson 25WRKellyNO Hutchinson 5P E Parrlsh 25 S 13 Buchanan 25 Eph Mason 25 UA Albright 25 George T Moore 25 Pennington Mooro 25 George Bronaugh 25 Parker Anderson 25 Charles H Singleton 25 J W Mlddloton 25 J A Shannon 25 JOHaycenJ G MagcOrW M Perkins 25 James H CarsonnrO Alexander 25 F J Jones 25 R W Wallln 25 Isaac Hernia 25 DJ Smith 1r E F Hosklns Curtis Govcr 25 Wallace T Govor i 25 SholbyT Gayer 25 Theo Hayes 10 Andrew Tllfroy 10 John D Horton i 25 Mr Brooks has done well and write that bo has enough pledges to double the amount sent Mr Charles Adams 30 and Mlea Amanda Borige 20 were married In tho Bco Lick neighborhood the 22d Tho original Contra College building now known as tho College Homo will bo converted Into a museum Presi dent Roberta Is preparing to Issue a circular to the alumni asking for contributions for this A total of 86000 will be solicited but no ono will be asked for over 8100 to be paid when the full amount needed is subscplbed CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Elder I J Spencer of Lexington closed n meeting at Bellaire t3with about 70 additions Last year oyer 83000000 wero expended for expenses of Protestant CityRev edit a pa per like Christ would bas caused a great many of its readers to cuss like the devil does Frankfort Journal Rev W M Britt will preach on the famine In India at his Sundav morn ins service and give reasons why it is best not to send money to tbo sufferers At the big Methodist revival at Ir vine 100 have been converted and 00 havo joined the church Evangelist Newsom Is In chargeftlchmond Cll maxIn order to add 15000 subscribers to its list tbo Christian Guido of Louis ville will send that excellent paper till Jan 1001 for OOc The regular prlcojs 8160 a year Rev R E C Lawson powerful ser moos are drawlpg largo crowds to tho Presbyterian church and Interest Is In creasing There were three additions lat night and the Intention to close tonight was abandoned Rev J W Hughes of Asbury Col logo Wllmore while at Palm Beach Fin caught a fish which weighed 750 pounds requiring the assistance of four men to get It ashore It will be mounted and put on exhibition all YVIlmore As Bro Hughes Is a sanctlflcatlonlst this If no lie W F Rogers of Marlon has sold five yearling mules to bo delivered In October at 875 each Pension Agent Combs has refused to accept pension vouchers sworn to be tore notaries public appointed by Gov Beckbam It is stated that at the end of his of Octal life President McKinley will be come profeieor of international law at tho American University Washington Commissioner of Internal Revenue Wilson Is going after the tobacco manufacturers who In alleged violation of a recent law aro putting pictures and promises of prizes In packages of to cigarettes Young Bulls For Sale r havo for sale a young Durham Hull and OUIIJ Roth good one IlimiiETT POWELL Hustonrlllc ICy IMPORTANT NOTICE I To the people of SUnfonl I will acaln you with Ice manufactured from pure dUlllled wa ter by bUnTuM Wattr Light A Ire Co thli rawn at following prim lor IW pound and over 40 leIodNulMy term are cub anil Mill muitbe paid why presented All orders promptly mica and Mllitatilon guiranierd all rut your1houe44 IERIIIN Marshals Sale For City Taxes publietaifs on om lor an lees aid 1V9 and ctMlioftvllecllon Monday April 2 1900 bootoreI the urthouM door In Stanford Kyi for cash In hand towlt tSNuM l Jones lleln a 6 John tnfllLlII II le 78 W D Tardlf t lulu I V 0Arideraon Mocker I Wm Jonen ii 49 100 Ioranto 2 1J UfO bllleto 30 0 J NKfLAlP 0 S 39OO At tho Warren Hussell Stables 4tb St Danville Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid flay with black points I5Jf hands high foaled In lOI tired by Washington 84 Int Dam Hollo by Hhoderick lOtI2d Dam by Denmark iZI1ODERiCK104 Hay Stallion sired by Mambrlno Lcgrand 07 by Highland ChiefIlit Dam by MessengerHelloshow mare Trenton Ural attracted tho at t orsiwards at Rlrhmond winning the rIch puro of 81000 for tho treat combined stitlltou the State and afterward at tho great St Loul Pair whoro lie won first prize over the test horses In the United SUites also at Kansas Citywhere ho again defeated SweepstakoExhibition after winning all of tho flrst prizes In Ken tucky Irtston will make tho season at 120 to Insure Won retained on all calls until season Is PAUL Call on or address 0 T 8ANDIDOE Danville ICy Green River Woolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky Jeans Linsoys Flannels Blankets And Yarns aniOur machinery It nnt r ass and all the s made h usweguarantetooutwear the pniduct of any othermtll- ayN Flnietalie Xe yard 9 eguirddoa lIenyTwillblue cu more All Wool lllanket 53 pair 8 Ibi wool required to a pair Blngli Yarn lOolb 18 or wool required to tbe pound or3 ply Yarn ISo Ib 18 ox wool required to a ound 60 round eatn for red Glue or black In yarn irons carded at a 1c a found Our Motto high Grade Goods Bard Piiccslnrourgehomelndustry Ulteemrloyruen homo lalior Why tend your work to hunt mills when you can get a better article at home for com paratively the same price We aoUcltyour pa lIaItyyour we convince you that our claims are not extravagant Wool taken la change lor goodt at price Write or call 101111IporLdi or over freight Paid one way We do not nay any freight JIOunJUIIKlIlltJvJoR Shipping Point McKinney Phil Cawy Co Ky Isaiah White Ant Stanford Ky e S i i New Suits r Neck Ties t Fancy Shirts Odd Pants Douglas Shoes And Fancy Vests Ready For Easter CUMMINS cGLARY Cash Clothiers and Furnishers S STR19OOe Easter will soon bo hero with its accompaniment of Lillie Bonnets and Stylish Clathlng Are you supplied Do not forget that duty to yourself your family and the community at large requires that you supply yoiirseif with 0 A New SuitThe old Suit and new Bonnet will not go together We aro agents for Fred Kau man jTlie 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 rA FEW DSTiiNGS1 I I6 Patterns qhebk Jaconets at be m 4 u lie tjJPieces 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HABHESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky XOCISVILLZ 0 TO CHICAGO kYrteMorning and Evening from Un a Station lOtb and Broadway l nsers desiring information and tgtteeto Wisconsin Minnesota Kcbrajka r cad points in tho far Wcat Cal- I UomhlIshouldaddres Ir ab J Reed Gen Pain E H Bacon DieFeet Agt W1I McDoel Vice Pres it Gen Mnr Charles H Rockwell Trtffic Mngr fl Monticello Wayne County Mr Tbcotzo after making a second attempt at shooting Rogers well succeeded far beyond expectations and ItI Is now yielding 20 barrels a day f George P Woodburn Is Jroire8slnJ nicely with his well at Gregory and Is fishing on the sand with hopes of 011 soonThomas Lyons who was sentencetl to one year In the penlusntlarywas Dn cd9160 Instead Nimrod Coffey was sent to the House of Reform for two years Yrllda Coffey brought suIt against Champ Southwood for trcspi The Jury disagreed in tne case Tbore were 37 commonwealth and 27 civil cases cleared from the docket and 42216 received in floes Tho two weeks court closed Wednesday evening and JudJe Morrow returned to his homo In Som erect 0 H Waddle and Tom Morrow who wero interested In several caees returned last week Ed Baker who has made many rrlends during his short stay here has rotui cd to his homo In Richmond Va and from there will go to California for bls health Dr Gllllland will arrive about April 15th to clerk for Dr Gamblin In- bill drug store on South Main Gist and Geary arrived several daysago at left Immediately for the oil fields Miss Katherine Waddell and Kelly Boone made a flying trip to Monticello last week ca Hardin is out again after a very savcro illness Miss Ltllli Jhllipa enjoyed a delightful visit wIth Mrs Em Oatts at Maplewood last week Mrs Ethel Klndrtclc and daug ter May and Mary Hardin are visiting Mrs J P Ingram Mr Ingram has returned from the South vhero be spent tho winter trading He left Immediately for Boyle W R Cress and Herbert aro visiting In Somerset Mrs Cress Lala and Herman are visitIng her parents at Mill Springs KIngsTllle Lincoln county There eceins tobe an epidemic among tbe hogs of this vicinity J L Johnson 10stDve and Charley Trusty several D A Twaddle and family will leavc tbe let of April They will probably settle in Junction City T M Tbatcl er Is hero representing the New York LUe Insurance Co The ladles of our towu are ntereste In the endless chain system and are selling an endless number of tIckets tome are becoming uneasy as they begin to realize that ttto tickets will out umber the buyers I Mrs S G McCarty has a fine line or goods In her newly opened store and her husband James McCarty will run the business for her C G Baker Is about to enlarge his storebouse owln to his increasing trade He will go to- tbe city In a few days forsprlng goods Your correspondent Is at a loss to know the meaning of p d q and has spent not a little time In research of LatIn phrases etc It U the abbrevla tlon of pretty darn quick Misses Liz- zlo McFarland of Knoxvlllo and Della LIJon of Somerset are guests of the rmera cousin Miss Gertrude Penny backer Mrs Chevoletto has been quite U1 the past weelL with grip Hon llar- vey Helm and Jesse D Wearcn or- your city were guests at Hotel Penny backer Sunday Claude Pennybackei was down from BurgIn last week Jerry igln has returned from Erlunger E W Crelghton returned to Burnsldo Monday after a brief visit to his borne- folks James Sweeney and Malor Smith with their families are en route borne Crom Martinsvllle Ind where tbey have been residing perhaps month and have become dissatisfiedEMC MIDDLEBURG 1Theplacc met Wednesday but of the meeting is not yet known lames Wells a farmer living near Yosemite Is very low with pneumonia Dr L J Godby will make a business trIp to Louisville this week Mrs Friend Roy of near Eubanks bas- moed to this place and wp are Inform- that she will open up a shop for iblonnblo dressmaking and fitting o C Gillette and wife of Indlanap oils Ind returned home last Saturday Tboy have been visiting their son F E Gillette ofthis place for several days News of the death of Mr G McCarty of Mt Salem was received wltb much regret by his many friends of this community Messrs Cyrus and- Jason members of the new firm Loulsvplctbls STORY OF A SLAVE To be ILUDd band and toot for yaarr by the cbln ofdlocue Is the wont uruipt tUrery Oeo D Vllllams of Manchester latish tellt how such a alrel1 nude net lie aajs My wife lofen n helpless for lire yin that she could not- lurn over In bed alone A terming two JoUles Iedrlc liltteri ibe Is wonderfully Improred and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dlieuea cures nerTOUineuslee neeatnelancholheadache backache hinting Ind dizzy spells This miracle working medicine Is a Uodaend to weak sickly run down ple- Erery liottle Ruaranteed Only cents Sold by Ienny DruRtat SPECIAL RATES TO WASHINQTON D CThe Chesapeake L Ohio will- lIell round trip tickets to Washington D C May 20 to 21 at one fare for tbe- round trip good returning until May- 31st on account of the meeting of tbe- Mstlo Shrlbors Keep these dates In- your trIp aEastpass agent C fc O Ry Lexington i BICYCLES REPAIRED I r Moat complete Illcyclo Store In Central Wo any break In a lllcy cle WortmanehipGuarnnteed DANVILLE OYOLE CO 4 US 3rd St Danville Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallwd Air attendjIInOMen In the Now 4 on New Boarding House I hare moved Into Mrs Kit DuiMerirt on LancsiurKireet cud iiu prepared to fiirnlt good Iftwrd by day week or at rvanonatil price KTerylhlng new and clean flood tableau nitro bed rooms Special dinner nn Court Days h8 3 ANTIS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will loll or exchange for n small farm In the vicinity of Stanford n liou e and aS acres of round on VnnArndalo 4veuuu Stanford known na tho Watts place tell a part or nil of It For further particu lars call on or address U E L SIMS Stanford ICy 200 Business And Pleasure Horses 200 25th Sale April 12 13 and 14 Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconer Pror Acknowledged by patrons all over the Slate to be the BEST established etle In the South Raring roll 0710 hones I feel competent to manage your Stock Uott light Buyers numerous Stlrhrtor prl t8 Cohered track 200 box Italia Knter your clock here and you will bare no regrets Write trouble to answer letters hone 2 Danville Ky Colunjbus Buggy Gos Bug l I glesI Also Troy and Moyer Makes Call and See Them e W A CARSON Stanford Ky Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college business houses There are otber schools but none can oiler our facilities J A ALLEN a CO Contractors Arid Builders STANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Ilulldlng Material Yellow Ilne Flooring CelllnR Door Saab Illlnds and all kinds of Created and Itougli Lumber HhlnRlc and steel hooting cust tosu Ac We make estimate on any kind of work wanted Office opposite lit L U Cooks TilE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth Has been tried SO years hai never failed to Jure Dyspepsia Indigestion Oonstipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments canted by a TorpIdJLiver DOES NOT HATJSEATE OR GRIPE I But acts gently on the liver 25 doses In a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without it For Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Kv Stanford Female CollegeWIL- LIAM SHELTON PKKSIIJENT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedF- or admission call on MIW NANNIE K 8AUFLEY Lady Frncipa 10 trains every weekday trains Sunday TO INDIANAPOLIS Four FastTrains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS tAtvm 4 talru every weekday 3 traits on Sunday Pullman nnd Wagner on night train SleepersIParlor Cars on day 4 trains every weekday 3 trains on SundAy TO CHICAGO II Vestlbuled traIn Standard and Compartment Sleeping Car Tartar Cars and Ca6 Dining Cars I r0 Om eMOOr or CmeiMn to ea 4 DIM flew Orleans fiotwon ealveston Iand all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over th- eOiwn and Crescent et aas ell4reFrom Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than an Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules Oniy One Change Cars Vicksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc THI HIT out also II SUtlK i4 POSrEJDI hereby warn all persons from trewputlng on farm for any nutnuxi whatMwr- M LAN 10 HAK Krljcr Ky DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for Jailor nuliject to the action of the democratic patty Ho tollelt your support JOHN C PEPPLES II a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln Oolltty subject to taw action of the democratic liar ty Your support la solicited GOOD FARM FOR SALE I with to cell privately M acre of the fans t lire on Including Ie bouM of live roolIl kitchen and cellar tad with cittern and iprti at the door The place U located on the DanTllle In1- lIulonvllle plke1 nIIN from lIautlll end from IIuttonTlll Forty arrra oftbt farm Ia hi wheat In nne rendition and therat17 acre corn land Ilpurchiwr want more land IwllJ Nil him the entire tract of 125 acres Teru to stilt the pnrchaier For further particular IIIJ on oraJJma I U HANUI1HIK Mlllednvlll K J T SUTTON Undertaker Huatonville Kentucky Offien his service to the people of Weal Lbtoltl and Casey oounUr Full stock of Coffluiand Caak taalwayaon baud DII Carpenter Manager I PLEASE READ January lat the mgnlrt emlannullt titling time hat come gone and omoof my jiatrons have not settled with me It lira one of them von are vs- telly requested to settle Thanking one Lad all for patronage and aollcliln a ontlnuace Very J H OUFFl IlntoshsLiverySFeedStab cKlnnEY1Y Good IllR latTroasonable prlwtGHa Irivers double and slnffle for day or night you want to work Casey and adjoin ountlM JlcKlnney Is the place to drl from alone well for Iud layweek or month A share of your jnngo FOX I SLOGAN LIVERY FEED3ANDI8ALB STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horse and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all tim- eBigger Bargains baneeer You will Sod them tat the ltacktt- HlOre llolhlniror Men tlOTnI Mitten owI Print at the Itarktl Stoee abLe lor mt ooIIdlfllUS sod children at ndiKdt pill- 1iT THE RACKET STORE of all tlndt at the litchIry Uoo l and Notions SlOre urnllhln1OO fur ladles ann mn Core to the Racket Store for lace curtains good anll leap window ofU klnli at lb ltackt AoallattbI- CttStore HIOn ForarptrSlattinphoc W frUnAi and ft miforpatt litroniie and sincerely hole fur a ntlnuannaod to remain yours lor Mtiutol and low IMc- maRHCKET STOReS Tbe rbmimt stores In ths country fetanlord and lJJtorty Ky N B llrlng Wool hidei Fathers SerI lroD hiss JlraMlun Ioolc of all kltd and t xtjlliell ckt Stors and get lrade Mason HotelMRS U D BIMISON Pror ncautcr r Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds oplendi tablo Everything firstclaea Jorter- moot all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky ctis constantly on hnntl a comploto line of uItJlle Harness turo Ac Agent for fleeting Slower and III nil 811 and repairs Oliver Chilled Plows tbe lest made for sale Call on him 00 KITH HOTEL F FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY- eatII Hotel n the mountain rates conlderld- rortera meet all Iralu bi clal attention to trav- ellng men TH E FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only SSTCLIASSHotel In tho city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three icipal theatres tract cars pass tho door to all pirtsol the City Everything neat and clean Just Like a Mill You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris ds Exchange In Wm Daughortys shop anford and get In exchange Flour Dni- al You can also buy Flour Meal Ship Dran Chicken Feed e cheaper at place than where In town A trial I ask I bolievo exchange will be- Dad thing for farmers and I pledge liber inatvctlono and full weight My goodo o from Dudilcrari Dlx River Huller II and are Drstclais MOHHIS rUED lopbooe No 08 Spring 1900 fTrees Plants Vines fturJco The lantwt took In K mucky of Fruit Ornamental Tnrvs Ii1pe Vinrs Strawberry riams Aipsragus llhutubaud ordinarily grown n url an eiublli iiitDt tenertl Nursery and nltawb cry catalogue to U bad on jlKIIIUKSMEVEIl Islington Ky WHITE HOTEL- w II CAUUIKU WOK COItBIN KENTUCKY Clop to Passenger the pt Flntclaii tbrvugltout lUleS7prdsy H C5 RUPLEYI Tho Merchant Tailor STANFORD XKV Goody Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A ft PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlc wr UcRoUrU Pi uf Store In the I R A nuUdtng Owllrf DENTISTI Itione ho U Greg HlRglni A MKlunf y II WS PENNY D DaSe STANFORD KY Car 0fflfe at Kosldcnr on Lancaster Street DR Re COLDST8IN TIIK Celebrated Eye Specialist 0l Louisville Kentucky 1lU1 lit at Jhe Veranda Hotel Stanford Satur day Mar 24th Returning one slay iu each month Ejei Exanicol and Qhues SeUnUfictllT AlJulte FIRST NATIONALBANKOF Capital Stock 1100000 Carp nl r S17C3S 61 This Institution originally 04UtllihcJ at tbVe poitsankiltanfoe In IW ben reorganized M ths National Dank ofStantord In IIC9 cndgale earganli tb Jlnt NaUoDal Dank of Stanford n sal has had practically an uninterrupted suit snctfor 4t years It Is Utter lupplleJ now wlli facilities for trinuctlng busier promptly and lib srallythantTerUlortln Its long and honoiahlt career Accounts ot Individuals flJuclarlMflrmt sail IndlvidualaolicliedDtaicroas P Reid Uncoln Ooj J W Haydtn SUGforIS 1Ilartb 8HJlautbuian t J 8 Hxker Tilllll- WI Walton W A TribbleII Jl1 Colll rCr b Orchd M J Mlllsr MtVernon M DEImore Stanford orricsai J S Hoc ii Pmld nl J J JlcRoUrts Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Compoyandously for a Years Solicits Your Bank Aooount toplni uch mutuallyDJKECTOnS J Williamr r J tI JN 5iSr A W Crl DlffIII Jt KLynn IIHhinks J K Cash J Ii Owslsy OFFICERS s U Shanks President J1J Cashier WMUrIghtAssfCashlsr rr