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SEMIWEEKLY Y INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXV11L STANFORD KY TUEDSAY APRIL 10 1900 9 A111 NO Il NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Look Whlltttkor 80 died In Math eon Eastern oapliallsls are preparing Ui build a bliroll refinery at Somerset Flro doBtroyod 200000 feet of lumber for A J A hor at hla mill In nell countyThe dwellings belonRlog to the Man chester Building Company of London at Mlddlesboro burned Wilt Poteet of Harrodsburff who had hU appendix removed by a Louis vlllo surgeon la abo to be out Capt J W Haniford the BRed fatb or of Editor W H Hansford died at Science Illll last week and tbd latter pays a high tribute to him In hU paper Sylvester Starrs who nursed former Secretary of Stato Wm U Seward when ho was tabbed at the tlmo Pre ident Lincoln was assassinated dead near Il rca aged 70 Squlro Frank Catlott aged 74 years and a member of the Andorion fiscal court was found dead 160 yards from his homo Ho started to walk borne from Lawrencebunt and was overcomo Charles Williams who It In Jail at Richmond for stealing two horses Ii a brother of the postmaster of Eminence who tolcerapbs that ho Is totally Irre iponilblo owlop to his mental condi tion i Representative Gilbert introduced bills at follows To pension James W Poor Harrodiburjr 125 a month also Levi Reynolds of Nlcholasvlllc 112 a month To remove the charge of de sertion from the records of James Hud dlcston and Jonothan Jacob of Nleho lasvlllo and John Nolan of Tyrone movo Is on foot to build u Baptist college In Moniioolio fudgo Charles McConnapby has presented to Dr J Wendell Blackburn pastor of tho Hap tist church there u beautiful site on North Main Street to be used for that purpose and at a meeting of tbo con probation tbo alto was accepted and steps will be taken to stouro tho funds necessary to erect a handsome and com ra odious building Editor Albright of tho Mt Vernon Signal say the L fc Ncant bui bully or Intimidate tho Signal It wants to deal In the truth and It shall always try to treat all Individuals and corpor ations fairly and Justly but if tbo L ft N gets In polltlcn wboro wo think she has no business we shall certainly box her jaws and pull her earn If this bo treason mako the mot of ityoucun If we dont deserve a pass wo would not have it In a general fight at the Keg louse saloon In Mlddlcsboro In the Over the Rnlno district Bill Motely was shot and instantly killed and Deputy Charles Ceoll wa badly wounded In tbu foot Tho troublu was the culmi nation of the dltTeronoas between the political factions Following the shooting warrants were sworn out SuBttay for Chief of Po lice King John Mosly and Will Sulll 4vanaccusing them of oon plrnoy Sullivan and Mosloy were arrastod but King has left the olty There Is much excitement over tbo oondltlon of affairs ilfsT HVilLt MILLINERY OPINING SPRING OF 1000 The Emporium at Hustonvlllo will display the correct styles In pattern hats This welt give the ladles of surrounding towns of the correct Ideas Dont miss this Thuwday and Friday April 1213 and dont forgot our spring stock Is complete In every department Prices bed rock bought before the ad vanco So gut on the ground floor to buy your goods Chas Wheeler I KOULL BE PLEASED As a rule dental operations are an nuyyingjand painful but thero are ox captions OUR OETLYDOIT WORK Docajnot torturo In the performing and lvea satltfactlon over after There Is long llto in the work we do ASK oun IATIKNTS About our work We feel sure you will bo convinced of Itn genuine merit and fine quality t A good set of artificial teeth for 85 Speolaljlnducoraonts for people from a distance DR HOUSON Dentist Onioo next door to government build lag Richmond Ky Ofllco open at night LANCASTER H B Northcutt sold 9000 dozen eggs to Cincinnati parties this week The peach of Congressman Gilbert on the Porto Rican tariff bill was Well received bore and wo are proud of him as a representative Miss Salllo Noels display of mlllloo ry goods last Saturday was beautiful tnI the entire attcrooan Tho democrats hero aro jubilant elnco tho court of appeals went demo ratio and some republicans blame liurnam and Gully because they did rightI tbo pleasure of seeing a copy of the Somerset Journal and of noting the fact that Mr F J Campbell edited a paper In Stanford a wboI a century ago ls editor which fact sure tbo Journal a placo among the leading papers of the Stato It Is gratifying to the many readers of tbo INTKHIOII JOURNAL to know that It will bo Increased In size although everybody is satisfied with It as it It Is thought that the bed of the old press must bo melted by the heat from editorials recently printed At combined meeting of citizens and the Commercial Club tho various committees to arrange for the coming of tho G A R were Instructed as to their duties and the same committee on raising funds for the right of way for the extension of the Southern rail road was retained Col J W Miller WILl appointed chairman of the com mitten for entertaining the Loulivtllo Commercial Club hero on May 24 Tho different churches met ut the Presbyterian church Sunday night and joined In congratulatory services look lug to the golden wedding of Rev Lapaloy McKee on Wednesday The bouse won crowded Touching and ap proprlato remarks were made by Capt Herndon for that oburob Rev Muesoc for the Baptists Rev Rublnion for tho Methodists and Mr W I Williams for the Christian church The meeting showed the high repute in which Dr MoKco Is bold by all denominations Hon R IL Tomllnson who has val cable property in Kansas City reedy ed notice that ho Is assessed 874 on ac count of the pnrado In that city July 4 Ho will go there In a few days to see about the matter of accepting an otTer for tbo property By the day bo will ask for the placo of elector Irma this district and It is hoped ho Wilt have no trouble In securing it as his ser vices will bo such as to merit the hon orJ I Hamilton lost by fire 4100 lbs of hemp and about 87G worth of hump seed It was stored In flunley Singletons burn several miles from town and valued at S1GO There was no In surance on the barn or contents K Foley of Whltloy county sold to J C Slier A Co ISO sheep ut 380 Slier Co sold to Evan Jones of London a ualr of mules for 8180 and bought live hontea nt76 to 8100 and four mules at 13i6O to 876- Robert Preston has boon lodged with breaklncintoeasse against IJunlov Singleton for selling liquor were compromised at 8300 Thoproof In tbo last ease tried shows that tbo liquor was void by u Negro on his premises Mr Singleton says that bo never had any money In tho business and that another party was running It Tbo compromise stop the sale on his promises and tho Battle Row cases will ba hoard this week About 11 oclock Saturday night say oral shots were fired In the city One ball struck tbo window sash of Henry Duncans barber shop In the Garrard Hotel bul ding fracturing tho glass Soacral country boys wore soon togeth er and although no arrests bavo been made yet It believed that the guilty parties will bo found If they are It Is hoped that the court will not com promise the ease but rather give the highest fine Wo have had good order for awhile and the oQIccra and the peo plo are determined to havo it still H T Logan wont to Cincinnati via Lexington of course Judgo Walker has recovered sufficiently to ho out again Prof Milton Elliot Jr of May- field is hero with friends Messrs Hughes and McClary and Misses Edmiston McClary and Hughes of your city were hero to see our village Sun day Mrs B W Gaines received a long Interesting letter from herJon Joseph who la a soldier In the Phllpplncs Messrs Patterson and Ward havo pur chased another dynamo which will be used lu connection with tbojo now in use to furnish more light It will bo In use before the meeting of tho G A R Misses Mary and Katie Bcazley were guests of Mlas Alice Hudson A FXIIQHTFUL BLUNDER Will often causJ a horrible Iluru saw Cut or Urulne lluckitnj Arnica raise the Ut In UK world will kill the pain and promptly heal It Urea Old Sore Vein Korea I l alone Cum all Hkln Eruption ilcal Ilia cure on iJureguarantoallwldby Seclcy the perfumo maker Is dead at Rochester N Y IaPLI J4t DOnmTTTOTAYLOR WITH A FEW WORDS TO OTHERS CRAII OitciiAlU AprlltIeee that the bloodstained assassin Taylor prtI poses to dictate the terms of hit cur render and submission to civil authority tIt will surrender If you will allow me to give ball1 Why should you give ball sir In an unballable caeany more than the veriest subaltern In the atro cious deed of which you were chief Why should you be allowed to breathe the free air ot liberty while your gull ty confrere Caleb Powers who Is no moro guilty than you Is locked In a dungeon Do you not know sir that the constitution says All offenses shall bo bailable with sufficient surety except capital offenses where the proof Is evident or the presumption great In your case the proof is evl dent and presumption so great that It would bang a heep killing dog of any odor Ball indeed Rash presumption Unblushing audacity It Is oven a die grace to this century and to clvlllza tlon that you and your coconspirators have been permitted to live no long after the perpetration of tbo most de liberate and dastardly murder of any ago or country Sixteen hundred dollars of democrat ic tax money paid to an asiaulnto mur der a democratic governor Who ever heard of a deed of blood committed under such aggravating circumstances Do you not knovr sir that your party dont pay 81 In every 8100 that Is paid Into the State treasuryDo you not know that vour party a dangerous compound of Ignorance cupidity wed fanaticism Dont you know that you are entitled to the Ilrst word with a capital And there is another old Ignoramous culled the governor of Indiana who says ha will not surrender the other guilty consulruAira nor even you should you seek a city of refuge there Why the constitution of the United Starts says that fugitivea from justice in one State fleeing into another thai be de livered up ut demand of the executive authority of the State from which bo lied to bo removed to the State having jurisdiction of the crime What right has this old curmudgeon to toy or even to know how justice Is administered In Kentucky I can assure him of this much that not ono out of a thousand of tbo conspirators assassins and murderers of Coy Goebel will be hung Their name is legion Those who knew of It before tbo act and did not communicate the Informa tion to the ctvll authorities aro guilty of misprision of felony Those who know of its commission and afterward received relieved and comforted and assisted the felons are guilty as acres sories after the fuel The loaders of tho party who are the least guilty are guilty of misprision of felony and ac cessories after the fact Note I want to say this to Gov Bock ham Obey the the constitution of tbo United Settee surrender all felons on requisition oven If made by such a harboror of aseuli us Mount H In1 dlana will sleet such a mad that Is the wind of man they should have You obey tho constitution whether Gov Mount duos or not Give McKinley no grounds to Interpose the power of tbo Federal bayCnot The refusal of yours la universally condemned by your own party In Kentucky It lu a wonder your attorney could not have told you better Do you want any more criminals In Kentucky than wo now have Then Gov Beckbum why did you and the outer olliolali ever agree to take the to the Federal court either supreme or Inferior lad you all forgotten 1870 and 7 to 8 And did you all not know that the Federal government had no more jurisdiction over the maitur than the Crab Orchard police court Do you not know the States made the general government P Do you not know that the people made the government as agent to carry into of legit certain powers delegated In tbo constitution by the people Do you not know that all power not delegated to the general government Is reserved by the constitution to tho States respectively or to the people i And I want to say lo my old friend Congressman Borelng the law you aro trying to pass to give the general gov ernment power over the domestic af fairs of the States is unconstitutional and has a tendency to establish a great central despotism The other 44 States will surely take the ahrm and not al low the passage of such a pernicious law Judge Borolng why do you wish to iLauaolo the stalwart arms of free born Kontucklans I see that a republican speaker laad dressing an audience of wild fanatics said Fellow citizens1 and then corrected himself by paying I should have said follow staves Would It not havo been more appropriate to have said Follow murderers conspirators and assaalnd 1FONTAINB FOX BOUUITT In Eatlll county David Blanton Is dead and his eons and two daugh tote ill presumably as the result of Vejnfr poisoned J MISS ALMA LACKEY The llttio beauty of whoso charms the above gives only a slight Idea has been chosen sponsor for the Tennessee Sons of Confederate Veterans at the Reunion In Louisville the last of May an honor of a very high order to an ono especially one of her age Mle Lackey is the only daughter of Mr an Mrs S E Lackey of Gallailn Tcnn and the only granddaughter of Aunt Martha Lackey till recently of Stanford Besides possessing a beautiful face and a eylph like figure Miss Lack oya naturally bright mind has been given every advantage of culture an she la In every way an ideal Souther- girl ML VERNON Fiscal court commenced hero Mon day Our town Is mighty proud of Mc Clary junior band One of our citizens negotiating lor- a 81500 oda fountain Prospects for developing thoLovell byoraullo cement quarry are flatter IngAsa Bryant bought the Eliza Fla farm ono mile North of town from J L JoplinJ the progressive has started a movement for erecting band stand In the court house park Indiana parlies are negotiating the purchase of several thousand acres of Rockcaslla coal lands G E McCoy has taken contracts t 8300 worth of painting and paper bant log In tbo Preaohersvlllo locality Richmond again sent outj by tele phone the sermon delivered at tbo Christian church Sunday night It was very distinct at this place The breaking of the great dam at Austin Texas which occurred u few days since drowning many people cam ed the overflowing of many farms along the river including one on which the writer lived a quarter of a con 11 y sinceA dIspatch from Richmond state teat President M H Smith and Super intendent Brook had buen to that place and bold consultation with Interested parties there on tho subject of the ear ly construction of the 10 mile branch road up Brush Crook Eastern part Rockcauile Sparks ballastquarry has started up Whites quarry will open this week The White Lime Company will soon fire up Krueger Is turning out limo bycar loads A brick kiln will bo started soon Telephone exchange will in operation within a wok Ileube- Mullins now dwelling Is nearing com pletion C C Davis is getting out atone for foundation to his new dwel ling A Quetaflson has received new stave saws and other machinery for bis mill on Skaggs Creek Almost every one Is at work and loafers are scarce Judgo Williams court la keeping the number of offenses against law and order below tho minimum by his ener getic manner of procedure Mills In D rod head neighborhood running ful Some of our citizens who own cop per stock are feeling amiable W J Purdom was visiting his brother Mr P though almost a helpless cripple is a genial nd cheerful man U V Has tin and J B Gentry took a pony ride to Livingston Sunday Rev Mr Cole of Barbourvlllo the regular pastor filled his appointment at the Christian church Sundav S D Lewis wont u to Uncle Jim McClures Thursday t defend tho gentleman aged 09 in a la suit of some kind Dock Norton is building a storehouse at eke of old Culpepper postofflcc on Skaggs Creek Mrs G A Rico and Mrs Alza Davis visited their grandmother Mrs Col yer In the Glades Sunday U G Bak er Dr M Peunlnglon and T L New comb wero here Monday from New comb Tenn In almost every neighborhood there is ome ono whose life bus been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy or who has been cured o chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medr iclno Such persons make a point of tell ing of It whenever Opportunity offers hoping that it may be tuo means of saving other lives For IIockeI r S IR JlI ee JJlnilF S We have just received and have ready for inspection a very beautiful line of now and attractive patterns in Negligee Shlrti prices from 60c to 8160 We nail especial attention to thef5Cc birtIt makes a nice aud comfortable garment for an outing or working Shirt Carl and seen CALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furninblng House of Danvll e TESTIUMONY0 Said a stylish young fellow one of our customers to us the other day My friends ask me whore I have my clcthes mule When I till them that I get them at the The Globe ready mate they seem Inclined to doubt it until I show them the label thoseeIndyourrSuits Here 5 to 20 s At the Tailors 25 to S4O IlOur Spring Shirt Neckwear Hats and Shoes are noW in Wo would like tile privilege of showing thorn to you It pays to trade with THE GLOBE Miller Hirsch Danville hSuccessors to J L Frohman 4 Co We9 WiifNWalWaitlsi A C SINECO- NTRACTOR i BUILDER I 1 IISTANFORD KENTUCKY I f I make close estimates on work and s workfI forI j tit m Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Mnth Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered s8ISTHE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY ofThiels now the most up to title Gallery in Central Kentucky having boon ru wilb the marvelous Anastigmat Louses the new discovery in opQcel science I wish to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERlast of the very latest jigdir jouiaigz-n I Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated Suit able for framingJroin the simplest photograph to the must elaborate paintings Among the lot is the Now trench Li mouldings suitable Ilellcate picture Embroidered Mate French eulor anaall IJclures that to j duiro a dainty frame When in Danville call and see us and our prices We will save jou IlloneyIfJ A ALLEN CO Contractors And Builders j STANFORD KY floorlGust Iostt fie Wa make eatlm te on say kind of work wanted Offlco opposite fir L II Cooks Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PIIESIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedatvFor admission call on S SAUFLEY Lady Principal American Wire Fence I The BestMade Try It And You Will Be Sure To ItfGeo HFarris Co I ITHEINTERIOR JOURN i STANFORD KY APRIL 10 1900 w P WALTON Tim highest court In Kentucky ba8 confirmed Gov Beckbams title to tbe office of governor Two republican judjc8 Burnam and Guffy concurred In the opinion of the four demon that the courts have no power to RO boo hind the authenticated records of the Legislature whose action In such con 1 eats Is final Du Relic delivered a I isfontlnc opinion Judges Buroam and Guffy say that they were compeU ed by the law to decide with the major- Ity but say that the action of the Leg Mature was outrageous Too court also decided that Taylor had no rhtht to adjourn the Legislature to London and that Gov Goobels death did not affect the right of Lt Gov Beckbai The gist of the whole matter Is In this paragraph The court has no more right to supervise the decision of the i General Assembly In determining the result of this election tban It has to supervise the action of the governor In calling a special session of the Leg lature or In pardoning a criminal or the action of the Legislature In can trading debts or determining upon the election of Its members or dolosr any other act authorized by the cotfist tutlonOn writ of error granted by Judge Hazelrlgg as he sat on a log fishing In t Elkhorn the case will be taken atop to the supreme court The democrats will move to dismiss the appeal and It t IIsconfidently expected that It will be granted The best lawyers say no qua tlon Involving a violation of the Fedei al constitution la involved and that the highest court of the land will decide Judge Taft that It has no Jurisdiction in a matter purely one In which tbe State alone la concerned Tho only trouble about it is that It gives Taylor more time to hold the office as It may be some weeks months or even years before the supreme court can be prevailed on to take up the case THERE is little more to be told of the confession of Youtsey than was told so fully and succinctly by our Louisville telegraphic correspondent lu our last lisuc It fully corroborated the con fesslono of Golden and Culton beside giving much more light on the dlaboll cal plot to kilt Goebel to which let It be always remembered Taylor was fully cognizant and a partlceps orientals t Youtsey who was acting as stenographer in Taylors office kept him lully apprised of every movement of his coc- onspirators and when everything was ready for the final act Taylor said Youtsey this Is a terrible thing to think of Murder Is horrible to coot template But let them go ahead Tb fellow will be safe enough We cat 4send a Company of soldiers with him to the mountains and I can pardon himI 1Allthis would seem Incredible but forI fact that every circumstance before taodsince the assassination proves ItsI truth And yet the vile creature hasI the audacity to assert that he Is theI victim of political persecution HeI should be made the subject of judicial prosecution at once and Instead of bOI log permitted to play the role of usurper he should occupy a felons cell The time for temporizing Is past Let action take Its paco and If a jury finds Taylor guilty as charged let his pun ishment be condign and adequate MR F J CAMPUELL has taken charge of the Somerset Progressive Homo Journal already having bought a half Interest of Mr L E Bunt and ho will be editor and business manager The paper always a nice one tyI pographically shows many improve menu In that Hue as well as others and more are promised The shape Is to be changed the patent inside dis carded and what ia better than all to us who copy so much from It with credit Is that the biggest part of Its long name Is to be shot and tho paper known simply as the Somerset Journal A WASHINGTON dispatch says It is now considered doubtful whether any report Is to be made by the House committee on elections in the Davison Gilbert contest Should ono be made It will favor Gilbert Dont think by this that Davlson loses out Ho gets all he wont lortbe 2400 always al lowed contestants There In no other way on earth hat Davison could have made that much money with so little effort and so quickly TILE Senate judiciary committee has reported favorably on the bill provid ing an increase of cowpensatlon of tbo chief justice of the supreme court to 15500each associate judge 15000cach circuit judge 0000 and each district judge 7000 As tha present salaries go on for life even after the judges retlro there seems no good reason for the Increase Tbo pay atoms to be ample now GEN OTIS is to leave the Philippines and be succeeded by Gen MacArthur If the old granny had been deposed long ago instead of letting him watt to quit himself the war might have been over before this or conditions bo In better shape p THE LATEST LOUISVILLE April 10 o A IRe publicans propose agreement wherebv contests for the minor Stato oQlces bo taken through the State to the U S supreme court immediately as In JlOV ernorshlp cases Democrats will likely agree today- Republican State convention will beheld May 10 If the republicans lose before the Supreme court Taylor and Marshall will be renominated by acclamation for governor and lIeutenaot governor CI LOUISVILLE April 6 2 P ITbe court of appeals sustains Judge Fields In the governor cases two repubtlca Burnam and Gully voting with the democrats RuRollo alone dlscntlng CD About Conspirators and Assassins The Detroit Tribune a republic paper tells of tho decision of the court of appeals In the governor cases and says that judging from Taylors acte the result Is to the material lutereIJts of the State The understanding is that the capl tal hotel government at Frankfort will oat apply heroic treatment to the Statehouse vermiform appoodlx lonl as the latter confines Itself to its oDly function doln nothln and bother nobody Louisville Times Dr Phillips of Clay says that ho has seen Howard and had a long talk with him Howard told him that when aver a warrant was Issued for his arrest he would gladly go with tho olficer having It and would not attempt to lodge or resist the law In any way The police arrested two of Taylor Irunksn eoldlers at Frankfort Saturday night but they wore rescued by comrades and when the police were ro mforced alt the Taylor militia wero ailed to arms The regular soldlcrs tarted to the scene but Capt Long sire sent them back and averted a lash which seemed Imminent Tho Georgetown News Is pretty ough on Knox It says Caleb Powers rrote a letter to a friend In Knox county saying I have done nothing to dl8 race my monntaln county It Is truo that Powers Is charged with being an accomplice to ono of the most damnable crimes ever committed In aoy State in the Union but at that we must confess he has not disgraced his mountain county- I do not know Jim Howard Furthe ny statement that connects me with nay part of the socalled conspiracy iatI knew of any such that I aided Jetted or tolerated any such is absolutely and unqualifiedly false and any ich talk Is but a part of that 810000 reward eays Charles Finley sate as ho nuke In Indiana If so It ought to be very easy to prove It in court Ills ac ttons belle his statements ExTreasurer Walter Day has ex eased a willingness to go before the ranklln grand jury and toll what ho knOIJ of the conspiracy to assassinate Gov Goebel and his offer will be accepted Other republican officeholder are tow willing to testify Mr Day was on tho point of resigning after thi assassination but Taylor Induced him- to bold on Thereupon Day left hie office in charge of a deputy and went to his homo In Breathltt county Capt Lon era re of the Bockhari Guards rcccUed a threatening letter from London warning him that If he- goes there with soldiers he will meet with the same fate as Tom Brker who was assassinated when we wero soldier Inl together at Manchester It Isigned Your Friend Tom and saye 2ckham8 army will be wiped out an attempt is made to dispossess the publicans in thoStatc House In Youtseys confession tho name of- Dr Johnson of Jackson appears Be alTered to shave his moustache oI- Tgain admission to Goobela room and blow him up with dynamite This the same fellow that Tavlor pardoned of a jail sentence for carrying concealed weapons at Frankfort and the same tbat Marshal Shannon of Crab Orcb- ard arrested for forgery said to haob- oen committed in Oklahoma but unfortunately he got away from him Jim Howard the Clay county feudist who Is under Indictment for killing one or more of the Bakers Is said by Yout- 8ey to have fired tho shot that killed Goebel ForSlt ho got 1600 in money- aod the promise by Taylor of a pardon of the murder charges pending against blm at London by change of venue from Clay A warrant has been issued for- blil arrest but it will be pretty hard to prebend him In his mountain haunts Of course a man who would conspire to assassinate would lie and wo give TayloriI statement as a proof of It Dnco and for all I desire to say that nclther directly nor Indirectly had any connection with the assassination of Senator Goebel I am a citizen of- this State amenable to Its laws I am no a criminal neither shall I over be B ugitlvo from justice Whenever In ted if such an outrage should be committed I shall appear for trial nucleus of my innocence and of the ultlmato trlumpn of right and justice Ho adds that he Is governor and will continue to act until the supreme court decides against him Fbo supremo court decided tho case of tho L L N vs Adolph Schmidt trustee against the L N The case has been In the courts since 1885 It make the L tt N liable for the Inter ellt In the Cumberland S Ohio railroad bonds POLITICIANS AND POLTICS a1pBon Oscar Turner of Loulsvlllc was selected as one of the Congress al executive committee Both political parties will hold eon ventlons In Alaska In May to name National convention delegates Democratic National ommlttuemnn Smaller ot Vermont says Dewey State will send a Bryan delegation to Kansas City- Admiral Dewey has male up hlil mind that ho is a democrataddlog tbat he had always boon a democrat but had never voted In his life Gov Bradley says ho will not tako advantage of any technicality to delay the progress of the governors case In the supreme court but will seek an 1m mediate hearing Gen Joe Wheeler says the great cst ambition of his life has been renllved and bo regards the mention of his name for vice president as merely the kind expressions of partial friends Since Col Watterson and ye wrltcr have announced their uncondltlot support of tho forthcoming Kansas Olt platform and ticket and high prlollt Walton has pronounced a benedict upon our devoted heads the game of electing Bryan may as well proceed Somerset Journal Credentials of the Bon J C S Blackburn as a Senator from Kentucky for tho six years beginning March 4 1901 were presented In the Senate by Mr Jones of Arkansas Deboe aalced that they be referred to the committee on privileges and election The general belief Is that the democratic State convention will be held at Louisville June 20 The Auditorium or Music Hall will be the place Tbc convention will select the delegates to the National convention and name tbe Stato ticket If Taylor loses his fight Bcckham it Is thought will have 00 opposition for the nomination NEWS NOTATION Woodford countys tax levyIs but 3 One man and 42 horses wero burned to death at Peru Ind Over 50 lives are reported lost by the Foxas floods which arc still raging The U S Supreme court says tbo ntlclgarotio ordinance of Chicago onnltutlonal Eleven women none of them less ban 72 and the oldest 87 dined togeUi er at Chicago Saturday The loss by the fire In the department store building of Joseph Horned Co at Plttsburg Is estimated at II 50000 Postmaster Boyd of Smlthland Is the defendant of a suit for damage irougbt by a woman who makes a Be lous charge W J Laughlln a newspaper corret ondent Is held at Cynthlana for tbo polsoolog of Miss Ida lIIten who die very suddenly Almarlno Poison a young man or Clinton county became Insane as the result of reading accounts of the kill- Ing of Gov Goebel The lecture by Joseph Jefferson at lacauloya Theater Sunday afternoon realized the sum of 1100 tor the Lou ivllles Newsboys Homo Gov Bekbatn pardoned Dougla Bays of Knott county whoso pardon by Taylor was not recognized by War dcn Llllard and ho was released Within five months B G Sanders of Hardln has lost his wife and four illdrcn by typhoid fever and his own nth momentarily expected will wipe out the entire family Winnie imlth sued the L d N at oulsvlllo for 10000 damages for per illing po1 while irash to enter the- Jim Crow car set aside for the nccom m xlallon of colored passengers Heavy rains in Texas caused rivers to overllow and destroy many lives and mueh property At Austin the dam In- the Colorado river gave way and mll 11008 of gallons of water rushed down- tbe valley sweeping away bouses and straying many lives San Antonio rcports the worst storm for 35 yoars- and railway trattto Is practically sus pended In many parts of tho State HUSTONVILLE Tho excbangp ollico has boon located on Main Street opposite tho Weather ford House the boys arc preparing to organize their base ball team and will be ready to play In a short time The storeroom which Is being erect cd by W C Greening Is nearing com pletlon and In dun time ho will fill It- with groceries and hardware Mrs J Roy B Rose of MIddlesboro Is tho guest of her sister Mrs J H Reid Miss Pearl Rose who Is attnnd Ing business college at Loxlngtonspcnt soveral days at homo Miss Anna Delle Wheeter of Cincinnati Is visiting her- uncle Charles Wheeler J W Hooker Dr Edward Alcorn and Master Cur- lisle Alcorn went to Lexington to sce- and hear Joseph Jefferson In Rip Van Winkle I F Steele has moved Into- tho Peacock property recently vacated bv Mr L B Adams Miss Virginia Taylor Is visiting In Danville J K lughman Is In Cincinnati Miss Anglo Carpenter who la attending school lit North Middletown spent a few days- with her mother Mr Jennie Carpenter 4 LAND AND STOCK J H Greer sold to J T Terry a gelding for 160 Mark hfa din sold to M J Farr a bunch of hogs at 3o Ohio Beauty seed corn 81 per but bel for sale John Cook Joe Jordan of Atlanta bought elltht horses hero yesterday at 35 to SILO Carter Bros bought 34 young cattle to 600 pounders yesterday at l25 to 10 fresh cows for sale or will ex change for dry cows I S Tens Shelby City John Cook told 30 bushels of hi Ohio Beauty seed corn yesterday at 81 and has more for sale Pedigrees of 1 STevIs1 King David 1442 and A O Dunns Koglleh Hunter aupear on our 4th pago See them Bcazlcy Bros sold to Jordan of Atlanta a harness mare for Sil B D HoltKilaw sold him a gelding for i110 The Jeesamino Journal says that Col- T B Demarco has a lamb that hll8 been adopted and suckled by a bitch J K Baughman sold to Combest of Texas 10 jacks and Jennet for 11200 Ono jack brought 300 and another 2 M J Farris bought In Clnolnna 1200 bushels of shelled corn wblab cost him 46 cents In the cars at Dan yule Terry h Brady paid 0o for a very fine export beef from Bales k RoM son and made their patrons glad long aa It lasted R II Cuuthorn ot Mexico Moso- to W R Goodwin of Chicago editor of the Breeder Gazette his big jack Jumbo for 1000 M J Farris bought boro yesterday cattle 052 pound of G A Swim road at 4c and four of O A Slier of 776 pounds at Ac O P Huff roan bought a bunch of eat tie of Bales A Robinson at from 4 to- 5e and also a bunch of hogs from John rutchfield at 4c cow from K D Kei lady at 4e The Harrodsburg Democrat says 20 owes changed hands at L B Given ivery stable Monday at from fIIO to 100 W 0 Compton bought 200 lambs it5to6c II F Hlllenmeyer Lexingtons fruit expert says the protpeots for apple ears plums and cherries In Kenluak are good bat peaches Btrawbarrlc and raspberries bavo been Injured Sfl Baughman sent live mighty fino woyear olds and ono tbreeyoarol to Kennor Farris Saturday to bo train d and If looks go for anything all of tbem will be heard from In the future D N Prewitt bought of Ed Peyto 41 owes and 40 lambs for 250 Ho aho ought several bunches of fat sheoi from Sidney Dunbar and Crlt Bubank at 126 and 16 yearling sheep from J E Bruce at So Danvllla Advocate COUNTY COURT DATbe first Iris of the stock pens was made yesionla and It proved generally saltsfaatory bough there was some kicking Col ordgn Peter Chandler doing u goo deal of It and declarlnr It would ruin Stanford as a stock market Wo an glad to know that tbo manager Flor ence and Dawes did well for the firs day They report that they handler 335 cattle and six sheep the cattle ringing from 3i to Iii cents Of the- sales at the pens we got onto the Vol wing George June to J E Lynn Barlings at25 Hotrrann ft Silur of alllco sold a bunch of calves ant Ihort yearlings at 81 to 5o Denny Bro eoldl3 small cattle at 8 20 to 121 Ro- dJeno C Lynn bought of Georgo W Joncs of Pulaski two cattle that wellhed 3350 at 4Ic Some very fine etalllons wgro shown bero yesterday us tills list attests Eagle Bird by E P Woods do Sons King David 1112 by I S Tcvl Dignity Dare by C C Carpenter Preston 022 by C T Sandldgo Oklahoma by E E Patterson Ogdensburg by M S Baugbman Sio pedigrees In this paper lied Leaf by R E Goddard of Mor cercOnlY two jacks were shown one by- Took Bubble and the other by R K SallooIT as largo a show as In the palmier horse days but what wa lack- Ing in quantity was fully made up II- Iquallty and the largo crowd that tbrooled the streets from Beazleys stablo to the cut off pike attested tbo- nover falling Interest In horse parlor mances At Barbourvlllo yesterday both Judlte John Henry Wilson anJ o Judge W L Brown attempted to pre lde The latter refused to vacate although Judge Wilson produced his rtlHcato of election There aro several murder cases set for this term ot- court among them being that of Deo- and WHey Baker tho Clay county diets Georgo Cole for the murder of Town Marshal Tom Roach on De- cembcr 8118d8- PEWAL RATES TO WASHINCJTQN D CThe Chesapeake k Ohio wll- sell round trip tickets to Washington D C May 20 to 21 at one fare for the- round trip good returning until May- 3Tst on account of the meeting of tho- M8tlo Shrlnors Keep these dates your mind If you are going to make I- itrip East George W Barney dlv- pasil agent C iRy Lexington In Shelby county Daniel Shouso fatally stabbed his daughters lover J Long x sax e rew i A Trio of MagnetsStyle Quality And Low Prices at the LOUISVILLE STORE Wo know that as trade getters they are IrrosUtnlile TU our Imttlo cry for the Spring of WOO We will make the effort of our lives to have thousands of customers leave our house this season feeling that they bavo wade no mistake In denting with u8and that they have bought the mostra Inble goals At the lowest of prices Kaincuibcr we do not only tlnlm that wo will not bo undersold but thin wo under sellWe Origiuate f We Mfcke s Low Prices Head carefully below and remember our house Is chucked full of Just tilth bar miles from bottom to toot Domestics 300 llcce8 Light and F ncy Oallcot 3Jo 30 Inch good quality Brown Cotton Cc Vans wide Percale 5c India Linen 5c Notions and Furnishings No 7 Fancy Striped Ribbon all silk per ynnl Cc 10 21 Silk Tat ell Ubben Light Dine Pink and Heliotrope SOc No 30 Fancy JJlrljurd Ribbon nil silk just the thing forjlulley Bells 26c Hapilpomo fine of Pulley licit Itooklca at 36o 50o and 76c Ladles and Misses lilnrk Jlose ony 60 5 Dozen Shirt VaUta your choice 8l c 10 Dozen Shirt Waists Lawn and Par calc 4Dc 6 Dozen Shirt Val li full quality Dim Ity73c All colors la Mens Kegllcv Silk Mad ra or Parents front cellars attached or JctauhcJMo toll An Immense line of Mans Pansy Un Icrwcnr Plain Halbrlg an Underwear ySot6Oe ClothingO- ur ololhw for men anti boys are beau fill Selections nt buyer who o tflilfts have been demonstrated IIJ nxiiOrtchlo This seasons purchase satisfy the require manta fur taste qua Ur and style Thu aildeil virtue of low pica line nQt been neglected Mens Suit horn 2US to Hoys Knee Pant Suits OOc to ii 300 Pair Mens Ints 12 an11f80 quality take your choice for 200 P lrs Mens Striped Cotton IAnls 300 Boys Cotton Knco Pants IDe BoyI Caiilmere Knee IantiM JOe Millinery Kvcryth ng In the best Of trtuJwed goods Walking lists Pallors Taut OSlmjiteit Ao at root bottom prlcwj Chi Irans Ideal boailwesr In trlmawl straw goodrt at 28c to 81 Lace Cap IDs 16o 2o and 600 A big line of Flowers Micro Low Cut Show 1210Ja wily 9fe Try a pair of our 08c Ladle s Siws Ijico or Button Mens and flay Straw lists We hue them In any quantity quality and tlyto you may vrunt- ItonietnlMr we are tMndquarteri for Carpets Malting Rugs Window BllnJa Lace Curtain Ac LOUISYILLESTORE I Salinger Bros ProsT1I08 n HANKY Manager cfoooOOOOOOOOoOOOO bOo cJ6OOC O 15o 0- g W r3 + McEOJ3EIT5 gIg DRUGGIST STANFORD g o Hoist UIocK O 0- tIgfA o Books Stationery Wall Paper Paints g o Oils and Varnishes o Hpoclol Attention Olrea to the Ooaaoandiag at ImapitOM tfoltinllltwUy gI 0andwith hire g Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g g Ollico Long Distance Telophono 0 o 000000000000000000000000000000000000 NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE Vmiotl with Aluminum tee It t Iiro buyhg any tlirr The Dewey 8elfBa Mng Roaster And Baker Tho rondontcr has the Fowl basting thoroughly doting entire time U is ra ting A new combined cxtcnti n Siep Ladder the best ladder on the market Higgins McKinney SS e o S S S tl BIG STOCK OF 11a1titg12 12 18725 30e PERYARD w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky v o Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co fr Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 ssots GO41071778j Liabilities G18107072 I Surplus 502500322 The Best PolIcyThe Ilea ripplicaticetionR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky JTltefercnces Our Policy Holcli ra r J EleFM6 AHr pRl aaMllwfMr YS a lpr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KV APRIL 10 tgoo E 0 W ALTON BUBWKSS MANAGER THE host material combined with taro skill and acuuracy Insuro reruns i opreecrtpttunhworks Penn uicd In our Drug Store t PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Fox DiMiUBHAU sat lovoral days With bit homefolks s MISS MARY nzrRV III visiting Ml Alloo HudHon at Lancaster It P A DAUB went to Lexington Saturday to jots his wife Mns DR K J BROWN and family are visiting nt Mt Vornon COI W G WrLOU wont to Danville yesterday for a few days stay M188 llALUi UtntlSTON of Crab Orchard is with Miss Myrtle Hughes Mu W W PATTHRSOM of LDIIng ton u with hIli brother B E Patter son Miss NELL DILLON of Lanoaitor- ajrlVpiTyeAcrday to visit Mrs NQrluietM LOGAN of Mlddloaboro joined till wlfo at Judge Sauflsyft yet lerday DR W F PHILLIES ot Olay county U visiting his father Inlawr Fro Sil ver Johnton MRS J 0 lUnsiiAiiT and little ion of Livingston arc with bor mother Mrs M K Fish HARRY HiaoiNs went to itoattoattlo Ihb but returned dliffvtltd whoa ho Rot a blto iIeWILL 0 MtmsilON of Corbie who been yoitcrtlaft visiting lid Hale returned MR MAX SALINORR of the large ism of Salinger llros was with hit torts here yesterday MISS MlNNiR DELPH who has been vttjtloK Miss Ltela D Tleti rctvmsd to Louisville Saturday IllHTTY MlM Corn Jones who tre quontly visit the Muse Ballet know A mlUVnor at Somtrse- tIts8 STUUA HALLOU who hdlb ooI with her broib r n Uallodt Lan eater hat returced pats MIBB IoUISI11ASf1ANO attending the bedside of her tek suet bin 0 Pr Kennedy nl Uosdvllld 1 MlBB LINDA Mltuut or Georgetown ColT spent several days with her salter su Kate P Miller HON G A LACKKY was called to HarrodiburK Saturday by the serious Maos of his son S C Lackey MR AND MRS A A McKtNtfHY tat goae u3 hoesokeeplogDpthe cur I rrr oHU and Resell Danv11 ills AUCH OABIIBLL ef Uo mn ataelwN4 ibroflfth oa her way to visit her brother at Livingston yewr- day MR AND MRS WM KUUANKS ot who have been the guests of Mr IParis Wcaren and family have return ed homo J N CARTBR a book from a Burgln dlitlllory The oolleoior doatnt let democrats work any longer than ho can pos Mbly help MR S G UARHLOBN ot Lancaster was hero yesterday canvassing for the Ua eldcn niter an Ingenious and excel tent Invention of hU brother MRS JAMBS D OWENS loft Saturday to join her husband at Cumberland Fall who has the management of that noted summer resort this icaion Miss KvvtK UURNBTT a charming young lady from Winchester la visits tag her sitter Mu II B Davit on East Maxwell street Lexington Her aid MR Jot FRANCES ot Garrard will move to tho house now occupied by W T Saunders and Mr Saunders will movo to ono of Uarvoy helms houses on Lower Main Missus KiUBNlA Utsit and Marga rot Touillnson a couple of Lanoaiteri pretty maids wore with MUa Tovls Carpenter Friday and the trio paid our ollloett pleasant call On WILL U nUNN formerly of Shelby City and un old Contra man has recently been appointed head phy sician of the county infirmary at Mo Kinney Texas Advocate Mu JOHN BMVEUS of Park City Utah tend us a copy ot W J Oryana great speech at Salt Luke City dolly crud March 24 and says Count Utah big democratic this spring and fall t rho Roberta case planted tho republi can tiLOCAL HAPPENINGS CIRCUS Stanford April 10 HAMILTON for good watch work f NKW wastuBllks Severance Sons tiNiwlewelryatEanbryEngtomans MENS Shoes 125 to 8360 Savo- ance Si Sons TUB latest uldingefor picture at Bcasloy Hays 1rnmell FOR SALE To mako room wo otTer our 32x47 Cottrell cylinder for sale at a bargain IcaLLEDiMr William McNeil a woll known coal miner of Laurel toll In an air shaft at his now mine ID Muh lenburg county and was Instantly kill ed so C L Duwcs who had a latter to that effect tolls ua LINE of oninplo carpets at Bcozloy ft Playa elivlot8IAAIION GIVKNS respected old col died Friday night Ho was a Mexican soldier HAY Straw Cora Oats SblpHuff onlyYIP you want doors sash flooring or ceiling It will bo to your advantage to call on J A AllqoCo FOR RENT Dwelling on Danville Avenue next to Methodist parsonage l1onleDUDOIT was Mlea Jt tiIntead of Mrs HoiUo Abraham who died last week She was 70 und had been an invalid for some time Tim young men secured Wal hopthatMnu formuoy IOOODI OLD MOCK WHISKY G D Woath controlutonville H O Mock 9 OCR line of colored and black Dross Good and Silk U the largest ever brought to Stanford Thep are pronounced beautiful by those who have teen thorn Severance St Sons SiARKS only clyirgc 25o admission but that le no proof that It le a cheap show Aa a matter of fact It II said to bi at unusually good ono Remember the date Monday April 10 MILLW It Oleiland ot Madison a brother of Mrs A G Bastland has rooted Carter k Straub mill horoand will run it for all It la worth Ho la a practical mill man and expects to do well IN tbo county court yesterday the wills of James Bruce Mr Martha Martin and Sidney M Abraham were probated Mr Neoml McCarty quall nod as administratrix of her husband D McCarty MR GILMKMT introduced a blll to ptnitoa MM M E Fish of Lincoln county at tbo rate of ell per month Alto to pay Jaraaa M Glowers of Madison county 1000 for supplies used by Federal troops Six harvestingmachine were rep resented bore yesterday John U Mer bon told two Mllwaukera and threw up the Agenoy Frank HoltMlaw also ou account nf III health gave up the Oi borno ageaoy TilR Fishing dub ratsthat It is compelled to request the public not to Inti ado upon the property of the club The members of the olub lire requested to report to the eeorotary any Infrac tlon of tho by laws DAn Blown na executor of W B Braxdale sold fOOO worth of notes abd Recount duo hIs estate at auction yesterday for 13 the highest bid Auctioneer J P Chandler could got alt or dwelling a long time TUG Hnstonvllle hors o hol will bo next Saturday and Goo Weatborford writes that u largo number nt horses and a great many people will be there Doo Dryo will bo oyer from Lexington with six nice horse ITp OP JULYdlrA Warren who conceived the Idea of celebrating the la i4th of July In tho splendid manner It was la already evolving plane for the next and thinks with the cooperation of the merchant and oth ore as before the last effort will bo eclipsed BASTIN Buitsltn 0he resi dence and hotol property at Plttsburg of J W Bastln the coal man formerly of this county burned Friday hay ing caughUn the root Little IInUI1 ofihevaluabloaongotten out though in bad shape The loss is estimated at 31000 Insurance 1600CIitCu8John H Sparks Old Reli able Virginia Shows and Great Trained Animal Exposition will exhibit in Stan ford April 10 on Monday afternoon and night Larger grander and better than over before twlco Its former size but the prlco of admission la the same 25 cents children under 12 years of age only 10 eonta Known the world over as the cleanest neatest and most uptodato show In America With all now original and startling features Remember the day anddato STRUCK IT Ricif Most Stanford pea plo will remember II C Mllle the lottowingaearrly all them was always tolling of his big prospects for fortune and If this from the Lexington Leader la true ho bite struck It at last lorta ly The National now The Brown House just across from the Grand pot to which he has recently seine possession by the settlement of a long contested law salt Mr Mills will givo the Important positions In tho hotel to Kentucky friends k f a onhDlldI AM now ready to servo you with bath of all kinds Ed Wilkinson WALL Paper now Spring styles and prices are right W D McRobetta eJllrlDronzeI S Tovls Shelby City SEED Potatoes Peas Deans Garden Seeds Onion Sets noel Rakes and Plow Gear at Warren k Shanks Tits Southern will mako a rate of one cent a mile to tho Confederate Re union at Loulavillo May 29 and 30 good to Juno BatTCAPTIIiCCIIAR G W Cul reglsterlojffromrodsburg yesterday and returned to the Danville jail charged with boating their board btll ct the Clemens Hotel AdvocateSALFsAuctloneerJ P Chandler sold for Commissioner R C Warren yesterday six acrea of land at the Crab Orchard depot belonging to the ostato of Mr Salllo Ann Hlgglns to Sam Lindsay for 1205 and 121 acres on Buck Creek for 87 TUB Rood weather kept away some farmers yesterday but n pretty good crowd attended court and some trading was done Farmers say that already it Is ratting too dry to plow the 10 days of sunny weather drawlog most of the innliturc out of the ground It Is still fulr this morning though tbo Indications are for rain TilE C W1311will have a praise service at the Christian church Wed nesday Thursday Friday and Saturday afternoons of this week beginning at 31 M each day except Saturday when It will begin at 2 On that afternoon the Stato Organizer Mlsa Sub lotto will give a talk and all the auxll llarlos of the county will be represent ed on the program All persons nter aated In missions are cordially invited to attend Vise Anne U Shanks sec rotary NOT ON TUB MAPItube Bronaugb was hero yesterday having a great deal of fun telling how the station agent at New Orleans wok Chris Gentry down Ho told Bronaugb that the faro was 11005 to Crab Orchard and when Chris asked the faro to Stanford ho was told placeChrisIn faro but ho had to buy a ticket to Crab Orchard too and hols now ot the opinion that the L N la not only a knave but adn fool This Konutlscopo Entertainments CampbollHopklos excellent and Instructive and ho ought to have taken In fully SlOOberotbougb we hoar ho got not exceeding 36 for the four evenings Ho went to ran castor yesterday where be will remain till Friday and that night show al Tur ncrfivlllc where ho will oleo give entertainments Saturday Sjnday and Monday nights The person who sues tbo pictures and doesnt contribute la getting something for nothing and Imposing on a poor man HKIRESSBS By the will of Mrs yesterdayMisses given half of bdr estate and Mrs J N Sounders and Judge J W Alcorn a fourth each of the remainder Judge Alcorn and Hon R C Warren are named as executors and tho will dated April 22 1878 Is attested by John Blaln and Brcck Jones A codicil making a small change Is attested by James D Paxton and W F Abrahams Mrs Martins property consists mainly of land which she directs much bo turned Into cash The legatees are not related to the testatrix and they will be quito rloh when they got their divide OUR Goobel monument fund was ai last report elm 05 JO Crutchneld6QM- rs G W Edwards Illlopolis x IroMisslaugh F Sandld e10yoar8 old 25 G W Pulllam 1 00 W L McCarly the committeeman for that precinct sends tho following in loving memory of the democrats of Kingavllle 1C 25 W L McCarty 81 C G Ba ker 81 Wm Hart 81 M J Murphy 81 Daniel Hester 81 Dr O M Thompson 50c A K Singleton COc Steve Reynolds GOo F Dlehon COc James Rey noldaCOc Ed McCarty COc Wm Hoguo COo C L Henaloy 25c Floyll2iFlint 25o Hayden Sims 25c H C Harl25c M L Schivjoil25c G W Leach 25c Jack Sims 2Sp Ed Murphy Sr 25c E Schiv lett 25c E W Crolghton 25c Dud Gooch 25c J W Thompson 25o N B Stephens 25c I E Falconberry 25c E S Tay Tild23c A It Foley 25c H L Fo loy 25cDr J W Acton 25 Ar thur Foloy 26c B G B Foloy 25c John Hart 25e I WANT two of my friend to read a really democratic paper awhile said a good democrat from Doyle yesterday as be banded us 82 for a years sub scrlptlon for eachC- HURCHES AND PREACHERS The Presbytery will meet at liar rodsburg this week and Rev S M Rankin leaves tomorrow to attend The Methodist Episcopal Church South has established missions at Ba vans Matanzas Santa Clara Santiago Clehfucgos and other places in Cuba The work esef wellprogram MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Jonas Welbl the cattle trader will marry Miss Belle Wclbl at Circlovillo 0 April Whnrtoo Golden Jr son of John E Golden proprietor of the Anderson House Barbourvllle and Mlsa Sudlo Rues daughter of Sheriff S B Reea eloped to Cumberland Gap and were married 1111812 oclock said pretty Alice Kendrick to Elmer Myers at Craw fordavlllo Ind as tho hour hand of the clock pointed to midnight Thats a hint for me to go said the love sick swain and ho went and straightway blow out the little brains he had TnomasG Ycagor formerly of Stanford was married at Canton Mo to Miss Hattie L Johnson The Herald of that place says The bride Is one of Cantons loveliest daughters dearly loved by her Intimate friends and ad mired by all who know her Mr Yea gor came from Kentucky about a year ago and since then has won a host ot friends He la a young man of sterling worth and la to be congratulated on winning such a charming bride SPAINS aRATSllEED Mr It P OIlTla of llarrelon Spain fnendi hit wlnlfrut ken 8 C Weak oerre hail caused wlugthrkNMH Itfinnljr all pain soon left him He rays ihli grand mnllrloa ii what his country need All America knowa iliatlt cures liter and kidney T uble the blood tone up the stomach ireDftheoi the atmi puts rIm rIgor sad new III Into every inuarle nerve and organ of tbabodr It wmkllnd Drilling you need It EterrUttle Drug1IIt FOR RENTGood property In the town of Grub Orchard W LANDORAH linger Ky CLOTH L ALL SIZES Small Sizes Medium Sizes Extra Sizes ALL QUALITIES CaasimeresWorsteds Cheviots Serges ALL COLORS ChecksPlaids BrownsBlacks ALL STYLES i FrocksSacks Full Dress Coats and Vests AT H J nicROBERTS Produce And Junk Wanted I Wo hare looalvd In Stanford for the purchase of Keathon ilnteng smlthelikelordachineCast Iron we pay 40u pernudredOur office and shop are on uthLtwodoors from Main Jlclng In your Iro dule and get our prices STANiOltl PRODUCE CO J hold and J Ulfkoff FRITH HOTEL- F FRANCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best Hotel In the mountains rates conililrred fotlkn west alt trains tipenlal attention to my cling men e t rGreatest jvSfock of CLOTHING i IL Ever Shown in Stanford Ky t Suits for Everybody- See the New Styl es CUMMINS 6 McCLARY Correctly Built Shoes i We not only show the largest line of Shoes of any house in Stanford but we show Style Fit and WorkmanshipN- ot to be had elsewhere We have an Immense stock of LOW CUT SHOES For Mon Women and children Our Ladies Kid Patent Leather Slippers Arc Just the thing for dress occasions When ready to buy remember wo show a variety of highclass goods JOHN P JONES Stanford 1 M r m NEW 3I GOODS 11 W THIS WEEK ij lQ 25 different styles fn Black Goods 60c to 250 10 Patterns Foulard Silks OOc to gl t1 6 New Patterns of Wash Silk 48c i 6 New Patterns Madras Cloth All ThorlNew Paste Shades 1 1InSolid Dimity at 15c Solid at lOc Fast Black LIsle Hose New Fancy Hose JOe 200INow Shadow Ready ISkirtI Waists f to f 75 Skirts SI to 85 t3T7Jc Percales going fasthI SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court lIouseJtJ fi YE PENNYS DRUG STORE DrugsiBooks Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hooker Stanford I tJ EISTEKIORJOURNAI EnUreil n the tiott ojflce at Stanford a clau matter iuiPub11ahIrueelvan4Fz14Ve 1 PER YEAR CASH- gf When not IOPldI 3OO will be charted I KNOXVILLE DIVISION 14 Train going North M11sa a m a m44 i 26 ii II South 12 83 118a- P For alllfolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 5 Arrrrtes at Stanford at 1OS x j 4 IMTSS Stanford at 210 No tl Arrlrta at Rowland at 1200 Non Learn Stanford at 230 r QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South rail Junction City No not atop No 31160 P x No5 1122 L No I 6os r Going South No 2 doesnt atop No4 213 A No 6123 P x Lro10 S x FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI TralI1leTeFrant tltorrggetownwiththeQ- C and aetuminyleaTetarlaata3OA It with Q Aotra1nIU20AX7lopxandl PX 713 r J11 0orbe Latter train learn NEWTON U1 A THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky Tbo most centrally located and only FJeSTCLASS110tolln 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts o the City Everything neat and clean J+ G + MCCbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In- SADDLERY5A3XTESS 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY r HAYST- JNDERTAEERS AtSOttALltnSIM Furniture Mattingt Rugs And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furnlturo for all of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY TheSouthern lMuallnmtment Company t Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST llama Offices Lexington Uentrali LouUrllle Ky Uraneh OtBlce at Newport Newt Va Ualtlmoret- A 1nlU l9 Paid To Certificate Holders 22313225 Passel To Sessrve Fund S96009250 t BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford n vH1LhJm1W1iJXtbT LOUISVILLE i TOCHICAGO r Trains Morning and Evening from Un tan Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring information and ntar to Minnesota Nebraska and poiuta in tho far West including Cal ttai8l6hould address Frank J AgtJE AJtt W u MoDoel Vice Pres Gen Mnfr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr NaameperwmQtamecbanletor inventlte mill sninnit a trill uo witnco stryodes ntetpeldthonldwrite tUJo J T1 Did 77t f t PIN THE PHILIPPINES CALOMPIT P I Fob Z2Tht bo lag the 168th birthday of the lather ofI our country and being somewhat of an ply day In the army I will take tho pleasure of once more addressing the I J Wo have been at Culumpit nearly three weeks We were relelved on tho Oth at El Deposito by Battery L 3rd Artillery and from there we marched in heavy marching order to the raU road station InManlla a distance of some miles Wo ato a lunch at the sta tlon then boarded box cars Hut carll and passenger cars and were soon for Calumplt I never enjoyed a rllI road ride before and though tho train wa4J heavily loaded we simply Uurned windWe through a very dellJhLful country an agricultural region passed lundrcdt of acres of rice sugar cane corn hemp tomatoes otc Saw corn ill the way from knee high to roastfng tars Just thlnkln the months of January and February I have eaten roast ng cars sweet potatoes tomatoes rad- Ishes cabbage and other vegetablcs that for the most part made tbomsel nlUOO Companies K and L are hero at Ca umplt Wo relieved two com panics or the 3rd Infantry How long we will be here I have no Idea but probably for some time yet It matters not where I am while I am over hero my address to those In the States should be Manila a1d all mall should be addressed to meat Manila Calumplt Is a small straggling vII age and a station on thq Manila Si DI1 upon railroad This road Is the only line in the whole Phlllppenn ArcM pelnAo and though only OS miles In ngth it takes juatOOOOot UncloSan boys to guard her This road Is at present doing a rushing business for the government also carrying hundreds or iseengers dally Calurapit Is 40 kilometers 31 miles north of Manila and elides being on the railroad Is on the- Rio Grande river We are quarter In a large stone building formerly used as a sugar refinery The bulldli sits on the bank of the river in tbe apex formed bv tbo railroad and tbe rherThis Is a sickly and dreary old plac tough It teems It would be health but our company has bad a largo sick report ever since it came here There are from half a dozen to a dozen with malaria every day About 30 out of the impany have already bad the fuve We havn lost one man since we came hero with malaria I am just rccovc In g from a spell of the disease now never had anything to get me down beloro like It did My head back Jlmbs and stomach I thought would almost kill me I got through and feel noDe the worse oil except I am still weak aDd nervous Ones blood over here Is vAry tbln and It seems almost Impossible to- beul the smallest sore We are now In the second brlgadi second division Grants brigade aDd cArtburs division A sergeant IIDd- two privates detached from this com- plny are with the 2nd division ecouti accabebe Is near here It la hero where the famous Maccabebe seoul come from Five eompunlca ot thes scouts were here when we came bnt- left the next day on a special train for a jig hike through tho mountains They have been of great service to our- army and they show no mercy on the Filipinos They have a bitter hatred for them any way Uncle Sam issue thomshoIiS but they scamper througi the jungles over preclplcesovor moun- taIns and Into battles barefooted wIth tbelr rolls and shoes swinging over tbcl backs When they tako a town they- put on their shoes and brush up and- shov the Filipino senoritas what a Maeel1bebe dude Is I am now company clerk and havo- beon ever since we came up hero dont think I will throw up the clerkship again but hold It if I can as I tout of all drills guards fatigue duty ott In fact 1 dont halo to answer- even roll call- As It is nearly titan for the mall trail 1 rill haveto bring my letter to close Success to the I J and readers CLARENCE COLEMAN A NIGHT OF TERROR Awfulanxlely alelt for the widow ol tbe- rue ntral Huruham of Mscblu Mr when tbe doctor said abe vould not live till luornlng tesMrs Jl Lincoln who attended her Ibal- Iarlul hl All though she uuut soon die Irom- lneulnonl but she lgged tot Dr Kings lIIocoTery had more than once used her and hadcured her ofConiumptlon Afic Ihrre small dote she slept gaily all 0 and Curtlter use completely cured her This nitrrtl medicine U guaranteed to cure ell Tbaat- Cbell and Lung Ulseiuea Only too god 81 Trl1- Jonlee free at Jenujs Drug Store UltUOAD Bargain daya to points In the Northwest Seldom if ever- wilt euch low rates again be made to MInnesota North and South Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington Utah and British Columbia as now In- elTect from Loulsvlllo by tho Monon Route They will close on March 20th pOIlIttvely Full information also maps- abd time tables will be furnished on- request by EH Bacon D P A Mo- nOli Route Louisville LCy- 3100IIEWAIW 1 heradenarlhiepaper will te pleated lo learn tltn there ls at least one dreaded disease thlocl litt has been able to cure In all Its stages and IsUatarrh Halls UtUrrb Cure Is the on Jtire cure now known to tbe medical fraternity tatarrh belrg a couilltutlonal disease re a itltutlonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure 1- 1taken acting directly upon the blood destroythetoundatlonltent strength by up tne ranitltutlon Dd assisting nature In doing lu work The pro powenIllIJdreua J tIIKHKV A fn Toledo Sold by JrtusiU 75c Mill are the best p ArwYraa rAlYC UEMAKKAHLE CURE OF RHEUM TI9M KENNA Jackson Co W Vs About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed for over a mouth anti rendered her unable to walk a stop without assist nnce her limbs being swollen to doubl their normal size Mr 8 Maddox Insist cd on my using Chamberlains Pain Haiti I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast wlthou nitsiatance In any manner and the has not had n similar attack slnclA Ii PAR BOSS For Bule by Craig h Hocker hasBourbon county court compromised tho litigation over taxes due from Paris bank for the years of 189 to 1800 on the basis of 75 per cent 01 franchise taxes against each bank THAT EHOTHROBBIHG KEADA Would quickly leave It you used Dr King New IJfe Thouundaofutieren bare pros their roatchlew mull for sick and Nerrou Headache make blood and stron nUN and build up your health Easy to take Fry them Only 25 cents Money back K viol cum by Penny Druggist Green RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky MAXCFACrtSKM or- leans Linsoys Flannels Blankets AndYarns We mate a of HOU CARDINO and Isool Varnt single 4ply or Jply In any color Or machinery Is Cratcla and all the goods aide by us we misrsntco to outwear the product tiny other miRe Jeans made at 15c yard 10 ox wool required for a fennel at lie ox wool required Plain Jjrd l24SOs wool t lra heavy will like OJ wool nqulrrdlf colorcU red or lue S tu more All Wool n pair lbs ool required to a lr lon lOoni IS os woot required to thepound ply Yarn Ife 1418 os wool ftlU to a pounJ round ulraIor red blue or black In yarn lla 8110 a poundIOur Motto High Grads Goods Bard Time Prices Knoourage Olreeroptoyment tit borne labor Whyaeodyourworktodhtmtwills hen you can got a me entirely the aanw We solicit youi pa tronlje and guarantee togIreatiafarton In qrai of work In IrI nd In lair hiring ourworkand w will convince teat our alma are not extravagant Wool taken U ex change torgoods at matket prlcn Write or call IDJ get our prices Prompt attention to all Inqul u Agents want l Wool shipped In lots of 100 inids or our tIM paid one way We do out Irnrfreight on lots than 10 pounds URKKX UIVKR ilpplnj Point UcKlnney Phil Casey Co Ky Isaiah White Ant Stanford Ky BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complotn Store In Contra Kentucky repnfrnny break In a liter cle Workmanship Ouurao eod DANVILLE OYOLK CO e 115 3rd St Danvlllo Ky English Hunter lonCombined bay hands high both hind ankles white Sired by AnuALLAft MrssrxiiRii First dam the William Luck saddle mart by Davy Crockett ton of Denny Drennon by Imp Drcnnon Snd dam by lllKhlandor- Abdallnb Messenger sire of English lion ter Is by Messenger Chief tire of Maud Messenger 2tl6J- Kngllsh Hunter has proven to be tho best sire of fine sire and high styled saddle lioreiH In the country- I will stand English Hunter tho season uf 1000 at my table four miles from Stanford on Crab Orchard pike at 10 to Insure a Wvlno Colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted withA C DUNN Stanford AfTrarelera lltsl Stock farm Dear Shelby City Ky King Eavid1442VO41V Combined stallion dark chestnut with a tripe In fsreonewhlli loot full bcd and weighs leanly 1200 pounds sired by King Squirrel CM a n of mack Squir rel tat dam by Stonewall Jackson Jr 2nd dam Jy Day Messenger SJ dam by young Charley Morebead Will make the season of 1900 at SIO to Insuro n Living Colt Will also stand the big Ja- ckEMPEROR 27JyOoternor VoodW DtmMlu Rebel Black rlth white points I6f heads high sad weigh 1110 pound WilltrrTeatSlOforJinntts and K for msrtato name a living toll- Uenretained enalleoltaunUl season money reld lUrtlog with ware or breeding elsewhere rfilts Insurance Clue taken to prevent aeeidents but not rfspans should any occur Orsnat It M per month du when stock Is taken away Call and examine my stack and etprdany their radure wbleh show far themseltra I S TJCVI8 iShelky City Ky yw THE SOUTHERN Ra R Greatest Southern system 6887 miles The only line with three daily trains between Danville Shelbyville and Lexington- Free Chair Cars Connections with Quee Crescent at Burgin for Danville Ky W A TURK WM H TAYLOE DO A O P A Louisville Ky G P A Washington 1 200 Business And Pleasure Horses 200 25th Sale April 12 13 and 14 Maple Park Kindergarten E Pe Faulconer Pror established ark lit the Soak llsrlog nht the BESTall overthe State toAcknowledged by patrons stock Unit llgnt huger mttj Salhlael nr ptt I feel rowtwlent to ntaaajce your Wtlle16100 ceo hones Covered track box stall Enter your stork here awl you will hate regrets w rouble to answer letters Ihone 2 Danville Colu bus Buggy Gos Bug gies t Also Troy and Moyer Makes Gal and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Nature will do the teat THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I Earth Has been tried SO years Tbe Beat Liver Kidney and StomachnRvecedyool to Constipation Biliousness Chronic Oure Dyspepsia Indigestion Headache And the great majority ol ailments caused by a TorpldJLiver DOES NOT NACSEA Te OB GHXFE I ut acts gently on the liver 21 doses in a box for 25s Try It once and you will never bo without It For Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky rue VEST is w CNE0PE57 ptl w nldni7ualOr lfull an 1a19uejfpvilleKyfr m n m In his lino Orlidunlesof thIs each aspeclalislteachers ono allege Seven experienced business houses There arc other schole but none can oller our f eill ties l JI j New Bonrdinir House I have moved hitMrRateOUIMerr hou on Lancatter Mlnct soil am prepared to furnloh good board t day week or month at reawn alll prices riTwythlnis new and rlean Good lIbl1 dinners nn Ollrl ValM88 YANT SPRING MIILINERStock of Millinery Including mlnr new designs Is now dally arriving and re invited to call In and sea It when m town lrlcN reasonable latest Fashion Plata MM KlTTIK KINO blab Orchard Kr If You Need Shaving Ur a good hair cut watt till you to Crab Orrltrd and hare liAm lllakemore finrtl toniorlal i 1st It the State work on your head He cant Ie- beat l member tbe UUkeuiore over la Kti Urerr litable Crab Orchard Paper Hanging And Painting Sco mo lieforo you let your painting will auto you money I will furnish 1N1I- UanllIUIIt on tho from 100 up In ot word I will tell you paper at cheap Ha you can buy It In town and hang It at So lCr bolt will do painting in All work guaranteed J J DELDEN Stanford Hy FOR SALE OR EXCHANGI I will toll or exchange for a small farm In ha vicinity of Stanford a houso and 1Ii cres of ground on VanAradale Aven Stanford known u the Yalta place I wil- lell a part or all of lu For further partlc Ian call on or addrcan It K L SIMS Stanford Ky V S BEAZLEYBD D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VltMlwd Air Phyalclaa In atton ance Offlce In the New Thompoon Ilullalni 11 IMPORTANT NOTICE a To the of Stanford I will In lIlrlr you with Ice mlDurrur from pure distilled trr by Msnford Water Lithe A Ira Co Ibltaat following prkvs For pou and over 41 nts dellTeml for lets than 100 rounds Jy lOUDd Orders fllltil anjr hour have the tt Code Itlock tamp and tincest prlns Alto nrick Uu y terms are rash bills muitbe ben ewntfl All phon onlrrs promptly OllrJ an d IbUcllon guaranteed Thanking all IIUI joursIhone iKltltlN wlc FOSTEDI hr ywarnallpe omfrealraparingon fUrD filr annul whatever VU LAMHUIAK Krlger Ky DINK F R3I1UtI Ia n candidate for Jailer anbjpct to the action of tho democratic party Ho aollcl our support JOHN C PEPPLES It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count to the action of the democratic par- ouraupportls solicited J T BUTTON Undertaker tmonville Kontuck 30an htaarvlcaa to the people orWell Utool and Goer counties Full stuck ul CbfflnisnJCu islwatson band Dst rpantarManager t PLEASE READ p January tat the regular aetntannna hue ewe gone nd euuftlllle liars sot Wlled wtttl- rDt If are one of ttieai you are oar n111requlMltttti to aotUu asking one- and all for peat patronage anti otldtlac a eoallouac8 Very Truly J IL OIIRKU IIntoshs Livery 8 Feed Stable JtfcKinnEY KY Ooydj iUgrat r unable price Bafi Iren double single for day or night If you want to work OAsoy adjolnlnj countlLI Is the plneo to drlYe- tram Morass well eared for ny Mnflo rdC- lay week or month A share of your pa usea sollolled FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY tones and Mules ccnjitnntly on hand and for sale at all tlmtw Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror ncaster t Kentucky lewly f nrnlshcd clean beds 8 jendd- table Everything firstclnsa orter- meot all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvillo Ky- leeL constantly on hand a complete line of llUKRles llnckbonrds Harncsa ture KC for Dcerlng Mowers and lIOWIjtlto Spring 1900 TrccH Plants Vines for Orchard Iawn and tlardnn The Isrcnst stork In Kentucky of Fruit and Urnatuental True Vines Strawberry 1lanls Arparig- uIthulwrbaodgoadrordinrlly grown n such In eilaMIs intent Oecersl and strawberry causes to lie had ObfllI1I1 jiIgSMBYIlli J81II1IOIr WHITE HOTEL W II CAUUIEU IItOISCORBIN KENTUCKY CI ot to las enger tVjiot flrslclais throughout lutes 2 per day Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflcsoT UeHoborta Drui lathe lUlldlnf 0117IR A DENTISTI 1aoaeJo19 OrrrlfigglnrMcKinnrya w B PENNY D DS STANFORD KY 39rOnice at Koslilonc on Lancaster Street DR R COLDST6JN cue Celebrated Eye Specialist ttU F Louisville Kentucky rill be at the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23d Artuminy oiu day in eath month Eyes Zianlsel and Glum Cclastlficllj Adjuited Ilcware we bare struts FIRST NATIONAfBANK OF BTANfOllI KY CtjiiialSteck 1100000 Curphi 117633 61 This Instltullon originally established as the W OIlUlallt lit Stanforl la IKS plea reorganized IhtNatlenalllank ofStanlord In ISM andsgaln torganlse1 as the Pint National Dank ot Stanford tISIhas had practically an uninterrupted eilst race tor years II ls better supplied now will L Mites br transacting business promptly and llb- irallythaneverbefonln Its long and honorablelxran Accounts oi Indlrlduals t ndlndltldualssollclledmaiiTOM Mtld Lincoln CoJ JW HaydenStanfoid S THarris 8 II Baufhmso J SHocksr T rlIIn- WI Walton II W A Tribbleu Jlt OolllerCrab Urchd M J Miller MtVeiBou M CElmore Stanford orncaai J 8 lion er Prwld nil J J Moltoberts Cashier lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Companyandously fur Yearse solicits Your Bank Aooount oplpsucb mutuallyDIHKOTOUS J J Williams J80wsleySr J N lleneref A W Carpenter W U qlIulnna J SUHbsnks r J F Cub- J Owslor OFFICE118 s HBbaaks rresldenttl J II Olc1l Urlght AastCubler