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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXVIII i STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 13 1900 9 A M NO 19 NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Anderson county caught a raise of 4 per cent on farming lands and person ally Miss Martha C Whllo hoe beenap pointed postmaster atNeatiylllo Adair county V 4C tartln formerly of this county hat opened a fish and meat market In Somerset Al Parsons of Somerset has a Jer ICY cow which gives seven gallons of milk a day- Uockadayl tbo namo of a nuw Made lion county poBtofllce and J IL Million Is postmaster The board of equalization railed tho awesimont of Doyle 3 per cont on land add personalty License will bo refused HI Middles boro alter the expiration of thoio of tbo seven saloon there John Mills who killed Splko Ship In Marlon was acquitted Ships son tbo only witness refusing to testify against him Uncle Jacky Waro aged 81 Is dead In Pulaski Undo Hobble Guilders another aged citizen has also gone the way of all flesh Chief of Police King and the three 4Middleboro policeman accused of con federating to kill William Mo eley were acquitted at their examining trial at Plnevlllo Capt F O Oxloy owner of stave fac tories In several towns Including Junc tion City Is dead at Bridgeport Ala Ilo lived at Independence this SLate and bis holdings amounted to l000000 Mr Gilbert has Introduced tho fol lowing bill To pay D N Williams of Rockcaitlo county lSOO for property taken by Federal troops and ito grant a pension of IIS por month to tho Rev J S Dccrlng of NlchoUtvllIc Mrs Eva Wood who was to have married Capt Oahelrn at Chicago on the Oth but ho suicided tho night bo fore Is a friend of Mrs Claude null bettor known aa Miss Harriet Welling ton Glaicoclc and visited her not long ago at Lawrccnoburg f Sheriff Uroughton of Doll county Is too confiding for horse thieves Hear rested Elkln Payno on the charge of being ono took him to hit home look cd him up In an uottalra room and went to bcJ Next morning Pavno was noo est having made a rope out of a blanket and descended from a window Dod Jorman was arrested near licrca and lodged in Jail charged with mur doting his nephew Charted Adams whoso body was found In a stable with two buJlot holes In the temple At first it was thoupht that Adams had com witted suicide but at the Inquest it was ascertained that ho had been kill ed Klngsrllle Lion county Rev Stamper of Georgetown filled an appointment at Pleasant Point Sun dayMrs Dan Dlneen and baby boy ro turned to Somerset Tuesday after a Y our correspondent In recolpt of a a unto dated April 4th which is In substance as follows Tbo Hoguo school house was discovered aflro by Mrs Bcttlo Rogue who Immediately gave tho alarm which was answered by W M Rogue and J VI Gooch who wore at an old mill nearby Tbo roof wall Homes but they succeeded In saving the charts stove and window lights Miss Lula Johnson teacher visit to her mother Mrs D C Penny backer Mrs Susie Vest and famllyof Eubanks havu moved hero Everett Chovolctto a railroad employee was at home last week suffering Intensely with rheumatism Harvey Acton Is the guest of his brothor Dr J W Aetou A P Hager R R lawyer was hero a few days ago Investigating the cau o of an accident which occurred bore last yummor W A D Short head r signal man was hero Tuccday Stephen Blankonthlp and daughter Miss Eliza have rcturncdfrom a few days visit at Moroland J R CundtIT was In Nor wood a few days T V Terrell of- Somerset a popular traveling sales man was hero lest wnek Jake Vest was up from Eubanka a few days ago Charles Trusty was called to tho bedside of hla sister Mrs Susie Wobb who Is dying at Burnsldo Miss Ger trude Murloy entertained a number of her friends one evening last week at the homo of her sister Mrs James RobinsonIf your little tooter and then lay aside your horn theres not a soul in 10 short days will know that you are born Tho man who gathers pumpkins 1s tho man who plows all day and tbo man who keeps humping la the man who makes It pay The man who ad vertises with a abort and sudden jerk Is the mau who blames tho editor boo l causu It didnt work The man who gets tho business has a strong and steady pull and keeps tho local paper from year to year qulto full lie plans his advertisement In a thoughtful honest way and keeps forever at It until ho makes It pay lie baa faith in all the future can withstand a sudden I shock and like the man of Scripture has his business on a rock Exchnugo LANCASTER Our fishermen are having their an nual picnics and all the corks used are not on lines some of them becoming wet only at tho small end The biggest stories so fare have been told by Ed Norrls Dave Ugis John Duncan and Ed Morrow Mr Joseph II Arnold and other Con federate veterans have received letters requesting each contribute 10 cents for a benefit for Gen Gordon at tho Loulsvlllo reunion It Is on the chain system and tbonld raise a hundsorno earn of money Tho Epworth League will bold an open session at the Methodist church next Sunday night beginning at 730 Tho program will consist of Easter ex orcltcs music recitations etc All are cordially Invited to attend I am in debted to Mrs G M Patterson for this ItemMr W B Porch formerly manager of the Cumberland Falls Hotel has leased Rockcastlo Springs for a term of years and will open Juno 1 lIOut131 000 hat boon expended In improve money and under the new management that famous place promises to be ono of the most popular summer resorts In tho South Tho purchase of the Air Line by tho Southern Rail way Co necessitates tho extension ot tho Southern In order to connect with points In tho south east and our people are preparing to give the rightofway through this county which Is all that Is required to give us tho road this routo being the mOlt desirable as It opens up n terri tory not contiguous to other roads Manager Flsslngor ball engaged tho MoNavln Comedy Co for tho Garrard Opera House during the week com mencing Monday April 10 It will open with the great scenic production Life In Now 1 ork and on the first night ladles will be admitted tree If attended by a person who bought a 30 cent tick oi before 7 oclock Admission 10 20 and 30 cents Seats on tale at Stormcs1 drug storeeJohn H Sparks old reliable Virgin In shows now educational annex and Trained Animal Exposition will ex hibit here on Dr Herrings grounds day and night Friday April 20 at tho low prlco of 25 cents children under 12 year 10 cents Marvelous feats of man and beast now and attractive feature making an up todato performance In every respect will bo presented J E Stormcs attended the State Board of Pharmacy at Louisville R H Datson went to Cincinnati Monday Capt and Mrs Louis Landram Mea dames J E Storuios and Mollla Young and W H Whcrrltt J M Duncan and others attended Rev Lapsley McKcos golden wedding at Danville Wednesday Lotchor Owtloy It proud of tho title Pa which was thrust upon him when a 10pound daughter was born at his house Tuesday Tho child u named Mary Ellen in honor of In grand mothersProt C Hopkins gave four highly creditable entertainments at the Chris tian church this week consisting of music storooptlcan views Edisons klneUMcopo showing moving pictures a lecture being given to explain each Illustration in a manner that made them highly entertaining and Instruct Ire Natural sccnury city buildings and foreign wonders were all well pro seuUid making tho entertainment far above the average although tho cop trlbuttons wero not as largo as they should have been- McCORMAOKS CHURCH Mr VanArsdalc who lives on the Ed Carter farm Is the first man In our section to plant corn Ho bas had ono Held planted for about a weak While passing along tho pike ono day last week Myers Bros traction engine sot fire to Sam MoKittrlcks fence but it was discovered and put out beforo much damage was done Mrs Roy Spears Is Improving slowly Mrs Tom Spears and Mrs William Thomas of Casey who have been with her have returned homo Mrs Gco Routte neo Miss Bcsslo Bishop Is on tho sick list Miss Mary Powell has been quite sick for several days bad to dismiss her school for a day or two on that account Mrs J H Bright of Lytle and Mrs J CBryan ot Stan ford visited Mrs C H Carter Mies Olllo Marrs a handsome and accom plished brunette ot Danville has been visiting her cousins Misses Mary and Capplo Powell James Powell has re turned from Illinois Mrs Emma J Watta of Fayetto Is visiting her daughter Mrs F Trlbblo at Cas tIe Cobb Miss Ada Marcum who has been visiting her uncle Columbus Bishop returned to her home In Pu laski Sunday YOU AHE SWAlLOWlNtl AUNAT And straining at a camel when you tale Iron for had health A lick stomach cannot illgMl ruin rood ll certainly cannot digest Iron Take mows thing to arouse the liver It will make III own Iron the kind the blood rrquiroa The lint Circle Till la the lat ol all liver remedies UEEu IS A JIKALTIIV HEV IIAOE II you dont drink too much ot It When you do drink too much ldyon eau ute the swellleg- out or your heel Circle Pill MIDDLEBURG Uncle George Kstes It living In pre slbly the oldest building In this com mucky It was built In 1815 Married on the 6th at tho residence of the bridos lather M W Jones Mr Will E McWhorter to Miss Bertha Joous J T Wheeler will erect a residence this spring John Coulter hits moved into the properLy formerly occupied by J V Mclotoib Grip still prevails In this community- W O Myers owns a mule tbat is 31 years old and has been in continuous use us a work mulo since 1872 and tho prospects are good for it to lust ulaBorvlcablo farm mule for several years yeliDied on the 8th little Ethel daugh tar of William Ponn Estcs She bud been a sufferer of consumption for many months She was a favorite and pet with all her acquaintances and neighbors and she will bo mloeed In her neighborhood almost na much us some of the old citizens She dreamed a night or two before her death that she died and went to Heaven and saw multitudes of angels Mrs W T Durham of Cbopersvllle Is visiting relative here Mrs F E Glllclto returned from Indianapolis last Saturday Dr J T Wesley and wife were called to the bedside of Mr Shoderlelc Wesley of Pulaskl county a brother of Mrs Wesley Rev Mr Coleman and wife of Burgle wero visiting their daughter Mrs Green G S Durham and Mrs J M Durham aro In Louisville purchasing their spring stock of general mercban disc Hock Royalty of Somerset was visiting relatives and friends hero and la Yosemite Mies Lou Adams has re turned from Wllllamsburg where she has been attending school for some months put pJof Moore of Doyle was here looking after tho schoolG J CIRCUdNKXT MONDAY John II Sparks New Railroad Shows and Trained Animal Exposition will exhibit In Stanford April 10 Monday afternoon and evening Admission only 10 and 25 cents This show Is known the world over as tho largest grandest and best 23csnt show on the roadwith all new startling original and upto date features The lineal performing lions wolves and elephants on earth aro to bo seen with Sparks big ono ring shows together with a troupe of highly educated horses ponies mules dogs goats and monkeys also a fine ac robatic and gymnastic performance and six funny clowns See Romeo tbo largest lion in captivity and Mary tho smallest baby elephant ever on exhibi tion See our grand free balloon ascen sion with a parachuto Jump also a free thrilling high tower dive from a ladder 80 feet high Into a not This Is given tree to all from the show ground at 1 and 7 P M rain or shine Dont miss It It alone is worth going many miles to seo and costs you nothing Mr Sparks otters u handsome bed room suite to any couple that will tako a trip in his big bridal balloon and get married Now is your chanco for a big novel wedding and a handsome present and no danger of any accident at all There have boon hundreds of successful marriages In this big balloon and not a single accident Now Is a chance of a llfelirno Dont miss It HUBBLE S Dunbar sold his crop of old wheat to Baugbman Co at 75q at tbo gran cry T C Rankle sold his to same at 76o at the mill S Dunbar sold some extra tine Southdown Yearling ewes to Capt T A Elklu at 83 E T Minor hay converted hU old die tiller property near hero into a plan Ing mill to prepare the material to bo used In hls flouring mill at Lancaster Ho will later on tear down the distillery hero and use It In his building at LancasterMrs Harris has our sympathy wbllo she Is suffering the pains ot a bonu felon J 0 Eubanks has return ed from trip to Illinois and reports a good time Mrs Samantha Hubble Is visiting her many friends In this com- munIty Virgil McCluro ot Lexing too gave his slater Mrs J A Ham monde a call hero this week The United btaUiB now furnishes ra tions of candy to tbo soldiers In the Philippines Fifty tons of candy wore recently shipped In ono lot It Is said thatcatlng candy promotes health In tropical countries An eclipse of tho sun will occur May 28 and cross six Southern States Lou lemon Mississippi Alabama Georgia North Carolina and South Carolina and will touch Virginia- A Siberian fox akin sold at London last week for 82900 which when dress ed and prepared will cost the wearer 85000 Last year the American people con sumed 2000000 tons of sugar of which 1M5000 tons wore made by tbo sugar trust CONGRESSMAN G G GILBERT WHO HAS ANNOUNCED Ills CANDIDACY FOR REELECTION CRAB ORCHARD Tho ardor of tho farmers and earl gardeners has been checked by the re cent rain and cool wave but tbo brigh- sunshine will soon enable them work with increased vigor The mere contemplate putting in crops this season A Sunday School entertainment wil soon be lIven by Mrs Gover at tb Gover Hotel The health of Dan Hoi man has Improved so be Is able to out riding frequently Miss Capitola Slaughter Is considerably Improved much to the gratification of her many friends Grip has been very prevalent berefo tho past week quito a number of ow citizens suffering greatly from Its ef recta Among those who wero eeverol attacked were Mrs Kate Egbert ar Mrs Dr J S Stapp bothpf whom aro now recovering The family of Mr Steinberger are all down with the same disease Elder J G Livingston preached tw fine sermons at the Christian church last Sunday morning and night one present felt that It was good have boon there Elder Wheatley Danville will not fill the pulpit at the Baptist church on Sunday as his won Is ruled by the Saturday hence his ap pointment will bo a week later Every ono was anxious for a good Easter ser moo The Hard Times Social given at Mrs J J Brooks last Friday night was Huccosa financially and socially Tndre was a largo number in attend ance and all enjoyed the occasion in every respect A share of the proceed will be sent to tho India famine suffer ors Thorn were many quaint old cos tumes all dressing In styles of a quarter of a century ago Mrs Scott Farrl- won the prize for her oddity Amon those attending from a distance wero Miss Mary Carter Miss Myrtlo Hughes and brother of Stanford and Mr Wra Eubanks of Paris Miss Myrtlo Hughes and brother Wearon were guests lust week of Miss Hallle Edmlston Mrs Wm Eubank ot Paris and Miss Helen Thurmond Brodhcad wore pleasant visitors Miss Lizzie Beazley W H Bcazley of Louisville and Dr W S Beazloy of Lancaster were present at the fam ily reunion on Sunday with their par oats Mr and Mrs W A Beazley at the accommodating Beazloy Hotel Capt Dillon of Camp Nelson epe Sunday with his family Andrew Buck anan after spending several days with hit mother Mrs Jano Buchanan re cruiting from an attack of grip has returned to Danville C O SCENIC PLAYING GAUDS We have just received a now lot ot scenic playing cards Each card has an exquisite engraving of a bit of scenery along the lino and thoro arc 63 dif ferent scones Similar cards can not bo bought for less than 81 per pack Tho denominations are shown In small letters and figures In the corners so that persons who do not play cards can arrange them In groups and frame them making very pretty pictures Send 30o In cash or stamps to cove r cost and postage and a deck will b mailed to your address George W Barney Dlv Pass Agent Lexington KyLow I RATES TO THE NORTHWEST Tickets will bo sold by tho Mono route from Louisville to points In Ari zona British Columbia Colorado Ida ho Iowa Manitoba Michigan Minne sota Montana Nebraska New Mexico North and South Dakota Utah Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming ao return at one taro for tbo round trip plus 12 on Tuesday April 17th Half rate for children between 5 and 12 In elusive Tickets good for 21 days re turning Full particulars of your lo cal ticket agent or cheerfully furnished with maps and schedules by E H Bacon D P A Loulsvlllo Ky The Burydepartment says that tho per capita circulation Is now great er than ever beforo over 20 New Business Reported for 99 II THEo NEW YOlra LIFE II NEW YORK LIFE II EQUITflBLE Paid for biulnem on carefully unimpairedlives Including Impaired or Sub cstandard Urea Deducting policies Imiued and not paid for 162870697t001Ii 202309080 11 14973191000 IIThe Mutual Life is the Only one of these three Companies that Does Not Insure Impaired Lives If you are desirous of in a company that requires a most thorough medical examination unimpairedlives Keitackyif A G Easlland Special Agent Stanford Ky i The time or the singing of birds Is come and the voice of the turte Is heard in wouldttoTHE GLOBE selloa fiveen thepurchase Platay1It you like hlf Its your Idea of clean legitimate business if you think it worthy ofyour confidence try us Our Spring and Summer goodi aro now ready for your in Bcclion You will find our styles and prices as near right as any house in Danville or anywhere else Cleaning Prefslng and Repairing Suits made to order It opaysto trade with DanvilleofpcSuccessors to J L Frohtnan k Co OXFORDS I Two or threebutton Oxfords fro stylish also Lace Welts heavy roles In Kid and Patent LeatherrFor walking or street Shots As uual we are ready to furnish you what you want ogAlways call n us Our forte Is wear resisters and polite nttcntioij CALDWELL LANiER DanvilleThe Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danvll e iEeoitoA C CONTRACTORIISTANFORD KENTUCKY t ItI make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workxmanship and material as will be attestI IWh0111that I have been in business hereI carry a full stock of Doors Sash a Blinds Metal Roofing Rough und Dressed f Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered I0i11AASlt + l4i tlltliOYi4t THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY reiscience I wish to say to tile Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTERi Just received a large stock of the Very latest Designs ir2 Jyjouldiz gs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among the lot is the Now French FleurDeLls mouldings specially for suitable roIwill save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky CollegeWILLIAM Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal THE INTERIOR JOURNAL j I STANFORD KY APRIL 13 1900 W1 WALTON SIX PAGES TUG republican leaders who lay will nominate Taylor for overnor deckItoo I by that time having gone there by the hempen route or a merciful jury may have let him off with sJllfo seo tence In the penitentiary At any rate f he gets what apparently Is his due for his alleged participation in tbe must dastardly crime ot the century he will cease from troubling and lub sequent political events Interest him no more Should justice however fall to t do its perfect work and Taylor be per mitted to longer encumber the earth his nomination for the office he bu disgraced and degraded would be tho signal for such an uprising of tho bon est people of the State as would sweep him and his party of usurpation and assassination almost from the face of the earth His courao since ho was permitted to take the oath of governor has been absolutely Indefensible from any standpoint and since he had Goe bel assassinated it has been criminal in the extreme Even If he were not guilty of a conspiracy to kill Gov Go bel his attempt to take advantage of the assassination by preventing the Legislature from meeting with a cordon of bayonets his protection of the assassin his pardons to suspects whom he tried to spirit away disguised and under military escort his disregard of the writ of habeas corpus and the fill lag of tho capital with partisan acidic and feudists would damn him hero and hereafter and make him the caslc kind of a snap for the democrats The party of fraud and force is on thl wane in Kentucky anyway and this attempt to carry such a weight will sink It beyond hope of rising again HON G G GILBERT is announced In this issue by authority for reelection to Congress subject to any regular action the party may take It Is the cus 1itom of the party to endorse Its falthf servants by a renomination and Mt Gilbert Is eminently entitled to bave the rule applied in his case He bas been watchful of the Interests of bls constituents and has taken rank already with the leaders in Congress HII speech against the Porto Itlcan bill recently made before the body was a superior effort and gave him furthe prestige in the body which already hold him in high estimation He should be given a renomnatlon without oppo sitlon and then the party will seo to It that be Is reelected by an Increaeec majority no matter whom the republi cans put up TilE Republican State Ceutral Com mittee changed the date of the State convention to May 17 at Louisville to name delegates to the Philadelphia National convention and for the trans action ot each other business as maybe brought before it Every body who believes in civil liberty is requested to participate The basis of representa tlon is a delegate for every 100 votes cast for McKInley and one for each fraction over 60 which gives Lincoln county 18 Taylor was the lion of the hour ai the Louisville meeting which shows how the republican leaders sym pathize will assaslns and assassination PECKS ofMilwaukee edited by Gov Peck author of Pecks DadII Boy has gone into eternal eclipse The governor in taking his Congo saYIIt that the cheapnesa and completeness off the dally paper and the low price off magazines has left no place for tbeE 4 slow going weekly and his slaughter of- tho Sun is to keep it from dying a natt ural death and by degrees that all oth er weeklies are destined to do see where the astute governor is rightl and appreciate his anagoalty slnco bo Ipdoes not include the semiweekly In his the doomed THE Gaffing gun has been removed from the first floor of the executive building at Frankfort to the second floor in the office of John fluke theI republican exsuperintendent of public r instruction This is done probably on the presumption that Burke having r youngi1idea to will be made to prove it- t TILE Louisville Commercial in nam ing republican candidates for Congress t in the Kentucky districts omits any mention of the 8th Perhaps this means that they are going to let it go- by default It will go against them anyway and the failure to nominate a candidate will save them much worry and useless expense TOE tobacco and sugar trusts are re tiepaaeibie for the passage of tho Iniqui i tour Porto Rican Tariff bill Trusts control legislation under republican administrations and own the president body and soul Elect Bryan and the masses instead of the classes t will have a show TAYLOR says ho was neither directly nor Indirectly connected with the as sasstnatlon of Gov Goobeland goes oa to protest against the persecution at he calls It that he Is subjected to The old scamp protests too much The clr cumatancea the motive and the corroborating evidence not only connects but make him directly responsible for the death of his enemy TilE assassination papers are maklnjl much ado over tho alleged fact tbat John G Carlisle and Benjamin Uarrl son both say that a Federal question Involved in the Kentucky Jtlvernor case Even if they have expressed uch opinion which is doubtful that docllnt make it so Ten thousand as good law yen think otherwise THE rads aro talking of running Gov Bradley for Congress In the 5th district They should remember the fate of poor old John Youpg Brown who also ran there while a nonresident and not subject the oxgovernor to unnecessary defeat and mortification TILE Williamsburg Times presentl no proof that some of the assasslnati conspirators are oat bastards as well as dastards So we will havo to maintain our original proposition that they aro Let the apologist of such cattle put up or shut up TilE Bardstowu Observer making four papers In Nelson county has made Its appearance It is edited by J S Wilson la a sixcolumn quarto strictly democratic and the first issue shows that Its promoters know how to get up newspaper REPUBLICAN claimants to minor State offices refused to sign the ngrc ment to advance the cases in courtaft making the proposition It Is blgb time a stop was put to parleying with the Inlernalscoundrels GEN MILES likewise would like a nomination for president but like Dewey he Is lliicly to take it out In liking This is a year forpractical and not for sentimental politics THE LATEST LOUISVILLE April 13 9 A Milarbourvillo story says that while republicans will nominate forI governor bo is booked for a forelnI job under McKinley The president signs the Porto Rican bill and appoints Assistant S cretaryI of the Navy Allen governor C D About Conspirators and Assassins The Frankfort grand jury is workln m the assassination cases but no new Is given out since Judge Cantrlll1 little lecture Indictments are ex ectI ed of Nelson county sent to Gov Beckham a load of walnut umber with instructions to Use it u construct s coffin for the assassin of- Gov GoebelIWe can conceive of no ground upon which the supreme court of the United States can undertake to review the de felon of the supreme court of IenIicky Richmond Va TlmelIToo American press regardless ofI jlltlcs endorse the triumph of lawI and order in Kentucky and unite in theI assertion that there fs no ground for ederal Interference in purely Statec lairs Too many grand jury secrets were leaking and Judge Cantrlll warned ju rors witnesses and reporters that they would be held for contempt if it was sreafaer shown that his order was disregarded Jim Howard claims that his train was late and he got Into Frankfort af tel Goobel was shotf but the record owe that no matter which train he Wail on It got in In plenty of time for e assassination City Attorney Tremerc of Frank rt in an open letter to Gen Collier Buses him of refusing to allow civil omcers logo within the lines to arrest ono responsible for the attack on the ll1ce last Saturday night when drunken soldier under arrest was resI id by a superior force The Washington Times says that there is not a lawyer at the Capital who does not know that the scheme of the Taylorltes to carry their case too United States supreme court must be without hope of success and without nest purpose If the Kentucky State comment is under any obligation to- leave the defeated contestant and his bandlttl in control ot the executive buJldlng at Frankfort pending an apI and insincere on Us face tbi fact Is to be regretted because appeal can have no other object thun that of delay and delay in the interest of conspiracy to affect the status of aI Commonwealth and its legal voters the coming presidential election There not room for the smallest doubt that the supremo court will affirm the decision of the Kentucky court of appeals If or when the opportunity is presented lira Jack Adams of Garrard has I- iben that never lays on Sundays The oldest house in Bryantsvllle and owned by Mrs Margaret Folgcr burn ed the other day When Carpenters Dignity Dare was shown at Liberty a lady was heard to remark I never saw anything lover than Doc Dryo on that horse POLITICIANS AND FOLTIGS Leslie Combs Is trylng for the 10 publican nomination for governor The Porto Rican tariff bill pasled the House as it came from the Sons ICOtolSl It took 401 ballots to nominate are publican candidate for Congress at Ma rysvlllo O The Senate passed a bill to appropriate 3000000 to lay a cable from San Francisco to Honolulu Col John R Allen has announced for Congress in the 7th and tho raco promises to be a free for all- Commonwealths Attorney J E Rowe was acquitted at Owcnsboro 01 the charge of intoxication and ncgl ct ofdutyAdmiral Dewey Is coming to rouls yule for a two days stay in May and he will also visit Frankfort and Lex ingtonKansas City says she will have tbe ball ready la time and the National committee has decided to let horretaln the National convention Bill Owens who has removed to Louisville says he Is out of politic Louisville Is a better field for the prac tics of his profession than GeorRetown By a unanimous vote the Senate Committee on Privileges and Electl decided lo report the seat of MUllan alre Clark of Montana vacant Clark is the man who bought his scat and Irot caught at It The women of Lexington and Fay cite county have Issued a call for a mass meeting at the opera house next Tuesday April 17 in the interest of good citizenship They bad better lltay at home and attend to the babies I shall say nothing now nor at any other time regarding Dewey candidacy Dewey is a man who can not stao criticism gracefully and as such I phy him fpr he may gets lots of it before the summer is overBryan- The supreme court decides In tbe ease of Collector Comingore that aU- S officer is not bound to exhibit tl o prodeIIeutlonInn for failure to pay taxes on whisky This from the Glasgow Times lit prep rough on Tallow Dick Tho mot lllalnous paper in the State is theI x ulsvllle Podt Tho Dispatch doe the worst It knows how but a glibber jg Idiot Is never the cqnal of a told loaded scoundrel The Tennessee republicans are so pill up they can bold no convention ithout breaking up In a row The ongrcsiional convention at Murfrccs boro resulted In a split two candIdates for Congress being nominated and twOI sets of deh elected to the Nation al conventionIThe resolutions of the Ohio confect ration of democratic clubs reaffirm the blcaga platform denounce Imperial- Ism Ibo Porto Rican tariff trusts and ill road combinations express sympa thy for the Doers and demand a solid legailon from Ohio for William Jon loge Bryan Mr Watter o= who was the first ic ggeat Dewey for the presidency now remarks As the Courier Journal was ylng when Interrupted by the side remark ot Admiral Dewey there Is no movement anywhere to oppose the nomination ol Mr Bryan by the Kan s City convention The nomination wUl be made unanimously if not by acclamation This has long been a fore one conclusion In precisely the same- way will Mr McKinley be rcnorainat ed by the Philadelphia convention BRIEF NEWS NOTATION The transportation building in the IIWallacenoting himself in the head the Paducaah Leader has busted- or a years attempt to stem the tide ibllltlea three times the assets Next 1hugo wine barrel weighing sev eral tons has just been built at Nancy for the Paris Exposition Its cost was 000 lira Elizabeth Buckncr Wall wife or Judge Garret S Wall died at Slays vll1e after long illness from Brights disease lallard Barker under arrest for the murder ot bis wile at Compton has fesscd and says he killed her with a- leuce rail The whisky trust has just sold 0000 barrels of whisky at 45 cents a gallont dutlfs unpaid Evidently red liquor laI scarce Less Oldham who belonged to a ro spcctable Christian county family took up with u Negress and murdered her througb jeolousyDIghty thousand elephants are required annually to supply the world with Ivory and most of them comer from South Africa The lak N has purchased the NashI vUle Florence L Sheffield railroad whlcb was sold at commissioners sale at oumbla Tenn Fruin Cuba 10000000 pine apples will hipped Into the States this year The frnlt now reaches New York from- Uavana Iin three days John Anderson and Henry talnesf- ought over tbo ownership ot a dog at Portera Landing O Tho former wall- kUled and the latter seriously wounded Robert Matthews a Negro school 0 ioa n teacher who committed a robbery and shot officers when they went to arrest hhnWIU Ijncbed near Drownvlllo Tenn In Franklin county Bud LoCompto shot and killed Hiram Stafford his brotbortn law who was ill and confined to his bed merely to end the laUor troubles ho says- ThoVeforee says that E B NUjlent tho bankrupt Louisville merchant 18 shamming Insanity and the court bll ordered him to pay to It SU00 at once W P Nugent a son it said to have the money A monster school boys proDot I rallywas hold in New York and a met sage of sympathy and greeting 1111 adopted and sent to Krncror by a yearold boy who tailed from New York Wednesday It Is reported from Boer sources tbILt the British jmvo met with further Ie voce reverses In South Africa Oue report Is tbat IP u battle fought noar Brdndfott in the Free State the lOtI was British killed and ounded and 000 captured The Boor loss WII8 nominal LAND AND STOa Corn is scarce in tnu Paint Lick section atl 75 At Smileys horse sale In Lexing 84 broughLI10i80D sold to N B Coy of Madison a bunch of heifers at 4c QTho governments report of the can iltton of wheat show It to be 821 John Gapehcart of Casey bouJthtof various parties a bunch ot hogs at 3 to 31cCorn is hard to find at 9325 in Adair Hay costs tl at the nearest raUroad statIon 10 fresh cows for sale or will ex change for dry cows I S Tovls Shelby CityttSales of 40 fat sheep at 4c and 1000 umbs July delivery at 5o are reported In the Georgetown Times Foil SALEA secondhand corn planter and checkrowcr Good cond ion J K Baughman Hustonvlllo bailey Bros shipped to Loulsvll this morning the seven cavalry bore L H Hudson bought here at 155 to 115 The English government is ncgotl tlng for 30000 cavalry horses for Sou Africa and they will be gotten In tnerica The advertisement of Gallon 1201 one of the best eons of the great Gam etta Wilkes appears in another col umn Read It Dink Wilkinson reports a recent court at Liberty as follows Five cat- o on the market three of which eold t good prices Head in another column the pcdlgree- of Red Squirrel Jr one of the belt sana of grand old Red Squirrel Deaz- ley Bros are standing him at their stable at the low price of 110 to insure J K Baughman has fewer jacks on- bls good big farm near Huntonvill than for many years Since his bli 811e the other day only two are left to bray the tale They are the best of- the lot bo says as be never sells the- beat ones An Oregon judge has decided tha when a man gives a mortgage on hi sheep be can sell tho wool off of tbem- and appropriate the money to his own- Ule the term Increase used In the jrtgago applying only to the young- tbo animals may bear ito sale ot Aberdeen Angus by WaUace Esllll Chicago 63 females sold for an average of K 83 60 14 bull- sold at an average of 8501 80 Toe Shorthorn bulls averaged 1252 CO Fit tynlne Hereford bulls averaged M 05 40 females 8303 60 the 00 averaging 325015 A Western man has patented a ring for the noses ot cattle which will not- Injure the flesh and needs no cutting to- Insert It the ring being In twolar40- with pivot pins on one side which pre- ent the opposite ends from entirely clo sing leaving room between the ends lor the wall between Iho nostrils English Hunter has sired some olthe- be8t sellers in tho country among tbemthe E H Beazloy mare that sold for 8215 the Bowen Cover gelding It brought 9205 and the Theo Pow ell mare considered by good judges to be the fanciest combined mare in the nty His colts all have good sl7e- and are well galled See ad CHURCHES AND PREACHERS TiJe Rev Joseph Hcmphlll commit suicide near Ballard Cal by blow the top of his head off He couldnt- walt for his time to go to heaven Dr W F Junkin once pastor of the- Plrst Presbyterian church at Danville dend at Mont Clair N J He was athcrInlaw of Stonewall Jackson Hev Edgar Carpenter rector 0- 1Christ Church this city tendered his gnutlon last Sabbath to take effect H May 1 Ho has accepted a call the assistant of u church- wltb 400 members at Portsmouth Van city of 20000 inhabitants Richmond Climax liON G G GILBERT II candidate fur roeloctlon to Gongreio this district subject to any reglllfa- ction the party may ta- keFOR RENTOoo I property In tho town of Crab Orchard LANUUUAT Krlgcr Ky i OL1maltalt rt A Trio of Magnets Style Quality And Low Prices at the LOUISVILLE STORE We know that AS trade getters they Bro Irroniitahlo Tie our battle cry for the Spring of 1000 We will make tho effort of our lives to have thoiunnds of euttotners leave our house thU season fooling that they have made no mistake in dealing with j us and that they have bought the most re labia goods at tho lowest of price Itemcmbcr we do not only claim that we will not be undersold but that we undersell We Originate We Make Low Prices Head carefully below and remember our house chucked lull of just such bargains from bottom lo roof Domestics 300 Pieces Light and Fancy Calico Sic 31 inch good quality Brown Cotton be Yard wide Percale 6c India Linen Cc I Notions and Furnish ings- No 7 Fancy Striped Ribbon all silk per yan16c No 22 Silk TaCeta Ribbon Light Dine Pink and Heliotrope SOo No 30 Fancy Striped lllbbon all silk just the thing forJPuller Dells 25c Handsome line of Pulley licit Huckle al2oc50cnml75c Ladies and Misses Black llomjony 6c 5 Dozen Shirt Waists your choice 89c 10 noun Shirt Waists Lawn and Per cales 49c 6 Dozen Shirt SSalsts toll quality Dim h 73cAll In Mens Negligee Silk Mail nu or Percale fronts collars attached or detached 35c to n- An immense line ot Mens Fancy Underwear Plain Ualbriggaii Underwear Mo t Oc ClothingO- ur clothes for men and lays are beau fill Selections of buyers whoso l telIhave Wen demonstrated by experience t This seasons purchase satisfy the require finite for time qua liT and style The added virtue of low piers has not been neglected Mona Suits from tSVStotH Boys Knee Pant Suite floe to 14 f 800 Pair Mens Pants U and 3W quality take your choice for II 43 200 Pain Mens Striped Cotton Pants BOo Boys Cotton Kneo Pants lOc I Boys Caitlmere Knee Pants 1geIMillinery Kveryth ng In tbo beet of good Walking lists Bailors trnllutdIOShanters Ac at rock bottom Chi tlrena Ideal headwcar In straw goods at 25c to II Lace Op lOc 15c Soo and Mo- A big lino ot Floor Misses Low Cut Shoe 12 to is only 2oc Try i pair of our OSc Ladles Sheet taco or Button Mens and Boy Straw list We have thorn In tiny quantity quality and style you may want- Kcroember we are headquarters for Carpets Matting lings Window llllnds Laco Curtain Ac LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros ProsiTHOS D IlkEY Manager OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtS00tS06OOOOOOOfSOS01t I g DRUGGIST STANFORD o OlEHA HOUSE IIIOOK O Qo00Spociai Attention Given to the Comi ounillnR ot Iro liiilon SclontlOenlljr 0and with Oare 0 ggo 00000Q00OO00000000000C00000000000000 NewArticles 1 Added To Our Stock A NEW RANGE covetedwith Aluminum See It before buying any other Tho Dower SelfHatting I Roaster And Baker J The Cbmlenter has the Fowl Lasting thoroughly daring entire time It Is Mailing A new combined extension StepLadder the best ladder on the market i Higgins McKinney S BIO STOCK OF BI I ttirtg l E 12 12 18725 SOc 1 BERYARD wwEa PERKINSCrab f r Ky 0 j faal Benefit Life Insurance Cot Of i jOftCANIZAssots G9tlO71778 fThe Be t Policy The Best Company Annual Dividends Before nlnctne your np jillcatlcstion for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky rlUfarenies Our Policy Jloldcrs ir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky AIIUL 13 ItOO W P WALTON PhilosophyITho eluit is hUll when folks commence A finding fault with Providence AndludkineausothecartlidoutsliakoAt No ninn is great till ho can see How lees thou little ho can bo Kf stripped to self and stark and bare anywherebuy Contentious and be satisfied Jet do your best and praise cr blame That follows that counts jest tho same ivo tiling noticed great IIUCCe- MrrixeJis with troubles more or lotS And it in tIle man who dues tho best That geta more kicks than all tho rest R11LYIsuggestIt erecting young woman should make On ono vital point we will take a firm stand II n man chows or drinks ho will i forfeit our hand I Our hearts and our homes we intend Iu1vI our compan ions to lure How best can the work of our V Branch bo done Not in dreaming delaying or socials of fun By each member meeting the sol emn demand For God and for temperance to tako a firm stand f In Washing Dishes have two ecu of dishto wola and difhcloths Wo make one tot of the dishcloths of white and used then only for wachiug earthen and silver ware We have others of uublcacjicd toweling or any suitable material not white for washing tinware cooking cpoons steel knives and forks used on the work table anti for washing the I table or sink when through In this way the dishcloths keep clean longer and come much whiter out of the laundry Wo mako dishtowels or wipers from calico aprons or dresses that are partly worn out for wiping tinware and kitchen utensils The e being soft find lark are easily washed anti quickly dried if the supply lx limited There is a very little fixed dirt that can not ho removed with salt nnd vin egar f Articles scorched in tho ironing should Ira laid in hot sunshine This will remove a tcorch that is not very led Codec old tea are rendered much moro flagrant if made hot not burnt at all before water is poured on them Silk dresses should never bo brushed but should bo carefully rubbed with an old piece of velvet I kept for that purpose J1I0no should be kept in tho dark granulate To prevent kerosene lamps from smelling put a tablespoonful of suit i into the oil I To keep lamp burners clean they should occasionally be boiled in a 1strong solution of soda muchjiWhen wnshiug jellybags do not use soap but plunge them into wa bearhDishtowels and glasslinen should scalded each dny and thorough IIIibc washed and ironed earth week dried in tho open air gratedIpaste with their own juice are ox i for flavoring cakes nnd pu- di IceJlent If put into a small jar the keep for months IIf there is any fear that a bed not usually slept in is damp put a bright lookingglass between tho j sheets and cover it up In n few minutes examine IL If its surface 1is dimmed there is cause for uncns- t iness If a bright lookingglass is not at hand a tumbler warmedand turned upsido down will answer tho I Same purpose One of tho topics arranged for dIll jusslon by an Ohio farmers clubIs Bnlltlon thesanltntlon on the thoFarmIng the dwelling drains and cellars Importance of sunlight and puro air and tho euro and location of barn yards and fceti lots A discussion of such objects might well bo considered by most farmers Institutes Much of our sanitation Instruction Is given solely front the standpoint of the town sanitarian who can discuss im proved plumbing the arrangements and trapping of waste pipes and tho proper fixtures of the bathroom but who would find himself entirely at a loss in advising the sanitary disposal of farm wastes Rural sanitation Is a science of Itself and one to which farm organizations are now giving needed attention Many of the win ter epidemics which bring Buffering and death to country communities aro preventable and will be prevent eu when sanitary laws are more fully understood A few days a Philadelphian discov ered 15000 In banknotes wrapped In tinfoil and stout paper which had been concealed in an old mansion for 33 or 40 years It was Ina beam in the house which had been destroyed and the wood sold for kindling The finder bought some of the rubbish and when cutting the kindling the wealth came to sight After counting the entire lot and finding the amount so large be called In an intimate friend but this one blasted all his hopes by stating that the entire lot was not worth a cent the Issues be- Ing of old state banks now out of existence The finder said that he supposed the money was deposited in tho hiding place during the early days of the rebellion by a brewer who lived In the mansion at the time Report says that Mrs Leland Stan ford has absolutely disposed of every penny of the enormous fortune left by her husband the late Senator Stanford She recently signet the last of the deeds that transferred to tho Leland Stanford university every acre of land that her husband had owned as well as all her personal re state which included ever so many million in stocks and bonds So alto the actual ownership of property she is destitute today but the trus tees of tho university have bound themselves to pay her S23000 a year which she uses for her personal wants It is reported that 300 women In Trenton N J paid S1 each to a glib canvasser who rented rooms In a central office employed several clerks and agreed to give a 10 silk petticoat to every woman who would pay it and induce ten of her acquaintances to Invest the same amount for a elm liar garment Two or three petti coats were given out an unavoidable delay occurred and ono morning tho operator was found to have left town without leaving his address TCarson the mayor of Ilrownsvllle Tex Is known In that part of the country as the perpetual mayor Ho has held the ofltye for 21 years and ho cannot get out of It Ho has declined rcnomltiatlon time and again and threatened to resign if elected but tho people have nominated and elected him in spite of it Ho was the first mayor elected in Texas under the new constitution of 1870 and be fore that ho had been an alderman for a number of years A Tonawonda Pa bank employed ingenious means to stop a recent run on the Institution While several hundred depositors wero In lino to withdraw their money three barrels of silver dollars were unloaded in front of the building and carried in by the basketful The sight of 75000 be ing dumped into the bank in this wholesale manner had a reassuring effect and the run ceased Kettle Dickey n young girl of Stan ton Del lately returned to her home after lending tho lIfo of a tramp for several years During that tlmo she chopped wood for a living slept in empty box cora and lived in cheap lodging houses Sho visited tho principal cities in the United States and Is now willing to abandon her roving lIfo and settle In Stanton Lefthanded parties are a fad in reV York Guests are requested to como with their right hand securely bound up They must register their names play the piano make all gee tures and eat with the assistance of the left band In nino outof ten says a writer in the Washington Post the beauty hints in the newspapers are prepared by homely women This is a mistake Fully half of them are prepared by big men with bushy whisker Tho city of Akron 0 is entitled to the credit for Installing the first auto mobile police patrol It Is of the larg est size having a seating capacity of 20 persons and was built at n cost of 2200 rIt is said there are in Havana more beautiful horses nnd elegant car riages than iu any city of equal size in the United States It you were to go to Mississippi do not rashly offer a reward for the say MtaIng of your wife Value of a unless you ex IMIPPI WUpeet to pay It So a court line ruled It seems that a woman fell Into a raging torrent there while her husband unable to swim stood on tho bank and did the prop erly terrorstricken act while listen Ing to the womans cries Just then a neighbor rushed up and the potential widower waving his hand to lids horses and carriages icnr by cried Ill give you those If you nvo her The neigh bor did save her at the risk of his own life Then ho claimed his reward Out the husband was busy scolding his wife and replied vain things Suit was brought The husband said he offered the horses and wagon while laboring under temporary excitement and add ed that the property recovered was not worth the amount of the reward The Jury however found for the plaintiff holding that when one otters some thing for the saving of a life one la liable for the amount offered If It is earned according to the terms of the offer They did not consider that it required an excessive degree of ex citement to propose such a reward So a husbands opinion to the con trary a Mississippi wife la worth two horses and a wagon Bo fierce Is the battle of competition so strong the spirit of trade that It la commonly believed that when a burl ness house Is burned out or meets with other dtsastersrlval arms are ready to mount the ruins and gloat over the extra grist brought to their own mills Out as a matter of fact says the Chi cago Tribune there Is among merl chants a good deal of that same kind of fraternal feeling that tn the days when people lived In houses and had back fences of their own caused sym pathetic neighbor to fix up the gnps made by hastily departing servants with a welcome pie handed over the fence And so when a business house has been the victim of a fire neighborly opponents come forth with friendly of fern of niMiIttanco which are usually ac cepted In the same spirit In which they are given Business Is business of course but there are times when burl ness Is more than business A Kansas exchange prints this story It is told of a certain plutocrat In Be Jolt that In order to save himself from Inconvenience when he bad his house remodeled be Included an automatic bathtub The tub was ao arranged that he could lie In bed and by pulUng a button the tub would glide from the next room to the aide of the bed and then all he would have to do was to roll over In the tub and take his morn Ing bath The other day he was show ing a party of gentlemen over the house and when he came to the room he said Let me show you my automatic bathtub There was a scream and the tub came sailing Into the room with his wife In It She now takes her bath In a wash pan This Isa great country Last year the crop of wheat was 247303840 bushels corn 2073143033 bushels oats 706177713 bushels barley 73 381363 bushels rye 23061741 bush els buckwheat 11004473 bushels potatoes 223783232 busels hay S0653 736 tons The average farm price re ported were Wheat 634 cents corn 303 cents oats 240 cents These fig urea do not break the record but they are In the front rank Meanwhile tho manufacturing capacity Is enor mous No country has such a railway system such furnace outputs such lingo shops and mllla whllo in trade the vast combinations and trusts are equally colossal A curious lawsuit Is In progress at Kansas City Ivan brought by S 1C Howe against tho Armour Tacking company to recover 14 acres of river front occupied by packing houses The old man says nn exchange of that city tells a veritable Iloblnson Crusoe story Many years ago he took up his abode on a little Island In the Missouri river living In n hut with a dog and a few fowls for his only companions He was lord of the do main nnd no one questioned the fact Finally the stream changed its course and what was an Island became valuable river front and the Armour company forced him off A certain congressman has received the following suggestion Would It not be well for the United States gov ernment to prohibit the exportation of mules until our supply has caught up with the demand The country is now being depleted of its mules and should any serious trouble occur with any of the European nations our means of transortatlon would be seriously hampered In 1840 Harriet Martineau visited the United States ahd reported seven oc cupations only open to women teach ing needlework keeping boarders working in the factories typesetting bookkeeping and household service Xow there aro about 400 occupations In which yeomen are employed A good deal more is heard nowadays about Missouri mines than about Mis sours hogs but it Is stated upon good authority that the hogs bring in five times as much each year as all the mining products Combined t CLOTHING 1 ALL SIZES Small Sizes Medium Sizes Extra Sizes ALL QUALITIES CassimeresWorsteds CheviotsSerges ALL COLORS Checks PlaidsBrowns Blacks ALL STYLES FrocksSacks Full Dress Coats and Vests AT HI J HICRDBBRTS Our fee returned If we fall one sendlng sketch and description or Invention will receive our free concern In It the patentability of same How to Obtain a relent sent upon request Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense Patents taken out us receive spedai nolluwllhoutcbargeIII TUB PATENT RECORD an and circulated journal consulted by Manufacturers and Investors Send for sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS I CO Patent Attorney aiva Building WASHINGTON O C Green River Woolen Mills Phil Casey Co KyM- AlUrACITKKU OF Jeans Linsoys Flannels Blankets And YarnsW- etnalteaiprcUltyot ROLL CAUDINU sad alto of Yarn slog or 3ply In any color goodiIof any otbtrmllli Jemi made at loo yard 10 o wool required for a anh Flannel at ISo 0 oz wool rw aired Plain lIuyTwllblue 5 cu more All Wool Ulinkets pair 8 IU wool miult l to a pair llnglj Yarn Ion 10 oz wool required to the pound 2 or 3 ply Yarn h5c tpcuodpairsfor8 130 I pound Our Motto High Orado Goods Hard Tlmo Prices Encourage home Industry Ulre employment to home labor Why send your work to when you ran get a better article at borne for corn the same We solicit youi pa 1t1I1IIyour work and we will tontine you teat our claims n not Wool taken la exextravagantchange lor Write or call and t our troatptattenllontoalllnqul In Agents wonted Wool shipped In lots of 100 pouidi or orer Irely htpaId one We do not pay say freight poundURICKN 8 ilpplcg Point McKinney Phil Casey Co Ky Isaiah White Apint Stanford Ky English Hunter Combined bay stallion 10 hands high both hind ankles white Sired by AnnAiAAii MESSENGER First dam tho William Lusk saddle mare by Davy Crockett son of Dennys Drennon by Imp Drenuon 2nd dam by Highlander Abdallah Messenger sire of English Hun ter Is by Messenger Chief sire of Maud Messenger 2185f English Hunter lias proven to be the best sire of fine tilzo and high styled saddle horses In the country- I will stand English Hunter the season of 1000 at my stable four miles from Stanford on Crab Orchard pike at 10 to Insurer Living Colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with A C DUNN Stanford HABOTH 10016 Standard Rule lec rd 219H Sired by Wtl lDhim2IM tin of Latitude 217 and many others in th list Walilnghamf Nabothi sire aaaonofUeorg Wllkea 1- 9Flnl dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc ton of nmbleton1aD andre of Elaln 220 the dam of Romaine yearling record 231 X Second dam Beat sister to James Hovel Jr by Hambletonlan sire of Dexter 217g Third dam Jwlt Sayre by Harrr Clay 43 sire orthtdamaofBt Julian 2ll jlloJIn 2IP f sad IS other that hue produced 20 trotter also sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam by Litany ton of Lance by Amer leaD Ecllpe- eNoraNaboth If a bay IS band high foaled June 2S ISM Uli pedigree contains blood of HambletonlanOwrgeWUkni Mambrino Wilkes Pilot Jr sod Harry Clay win Stand At 115 to Intro a Living Colt Will tnak no charge for aetuon if the colt proves not to to salable at telling time I will also stand two Jacks at S3 to Insure Mare grazed at per month which In all eases must ba paid before they are taken away Care ta responsiblesitouldsnyoccur IIuifonTllle Ky Eagle Bird The mighty son of the great RIng Eagle Eagle Bird as a show stallion has but few LextDgwnproducedKagle t finished horses is not surpassed Ills colts are In demand and are selllug tor high purposesWill make the present season at the stable of tale owners 2 tulle west of btuuford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 10 To Insure ft ivlnn Golt Putting with the mare forfeit thoiutuiancc Also at tho same place we will tans the Ono uiuleJack SWEET WILLIAM yvt 8 to Insure No better mule Jack will be oiTcrcd for public service than this one For further particulars address- Ee Pa WOODS O SONS Stanford Ky 1900 At the Warren Russell Stables 4th St Danvlll Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid tiny with black points IJJi hands highs foaled In 1SDI Sired by Washington 54 1st Dam hello by 104 2d Dam by Denmark RI10DERICK104 Hay Stallion sired by Mambrino Legrand 07 by Highland Chief let Dun by Son of Peters Unicorn 2d Dam by Downlngs Day Messenger hello the dam of 1resUu was a great show mare Preston first attracted the at tentlon of the public by winning tho first premium at the Lexington Fair and after wards at Ulchmond the rich purse of 1000 for the best combined atulllou In tho State and afterward at the grout St Louts Fair whore he won first price over the best horses in the United States also at Kansas City whero ho again defeated SweepstakeEshibmtioue niter winning tucky Preston will mako the season at 815 to insure Lion retained on all culls until season is IMID Call odor address 0 T 8ANDIDQE Danville Kv At Traveler llttt Stock Farm near Shelby qty Ky Zing David 1442 YOLoI Combined stallion dark cbeitnut with I stripe In ace one white foot full II bands and wolgbi nearly 1100 pound Sired by King Squirrel CM son of Black Squir rel lit darn by Stonewall Jackson Jr 2nd dam by hay Messenger 3d dam by young Charley Morebeaj Will mike the season of at 8IO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand tbe big Ja- ckEMFEROR 27 Ily Governor Wood 33 Dam Miss Hob Black with white points j hands high and weigh 1130 pounds Will serve it tiG for jeunets and for martf to insure a living colt Lien retained on all cilia until season money Is pall Parting with mare or breeding elsewhere forMU Iniurance Care taken to prevent accidents but not respon ilble should any occur Uraisat tlM per mouth due when stock is taken sway Call sad examine my stock and especially their produce which show for tbcmwlTe I S TJ3IVIS Shelby City Ky OGDENSBURG8787J Rcord 22t trial 222 Chestnut stallion ref hands high bred by Dr L Herr Lexington Xy By Mambrino Patchen 68- Hlr of 21 of the damt of Including Ilalph Wllkes20 Crawford 207J Conitantlne2 X Jup 213 Ac eons have sired over 1W dam Varltty dam of Ogdoni burg 228 MMb Orange Blosnom 238 226Ya 2 dmMb MlddUtown 15J lire of sad the dams of IS to 230 ol BambletoQ Ian 10 dim by Trumpen Dell founder ORANOE BLOSSOM 238 lire of OrangeChlef 21S eight others lad the darns of Red Blossom tflVi Ac by Mlddletown dam Wellle Post dam of Orange Dad 221 by American Star 14 Ae Will Stand at 10 to Insure ft Living Colt NOTE Opdensbure tl an extremely hand some stallion with all the form finish and style of his famous family With tbe ex of Mambrino King ho Is undoubted ponofMambrinoPatahenlie marks his with great uniformity as re gaittiehandle and drive him lIe Is one of the purest gaited horses In the world and Is capable of trotting much faster than his record Ho has his speed with him always and Is an easy horse to get In condition lie has trotted miles in 222 and quarters In 33 seconds All the training he ever bad In his life would not amount to six months lie obtained his record when a fouryear old over a muddy track at Ind hitched to an old fashioned high wheeled sulky against a He won the race In three very le1elbAadd lie Is a show horse as OeldofngedborsesIbeen shown at some of Kentucky and Indiana ber of premiums Has sweepstake premiums Will Also Stand A Jack at sa To Insure 4t my stable on the dour erHt pike near Stanford The premium Saddle and Harness Stallion M S BAUCHMAN DIGNITY DAUB DwCHirtlOif Foaled 18UJ 15 hands 3 incites high weight 1100 pounds mahogany bay with points a model In form sessing that wonderful style characteristic of the Chester Dare family which the world acknowledges as superior to all As a show horse he has already made a reputation winning In his class and sweepstake from a yearling many blue ties In his three yearold tunchu took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he Is very stylish with grout action and Is quite spectly both In harness and under saddle We believe the public Is now af forded an opportunity to secure tho service of the coming young stallion of the day at a price within reach of all siring a class of colts when matured that will tell readily on our Eastern market at fancy prices See him to fnll appreciate him- lEDIORZEIHred by the famous Chester Dare No 10 N 9 H It he by mack Squir rel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he Washington Denmark he by Gaines Denmark Cl and he by Race Horse Denmark F 8 by Imported Hedge ford 1st Dam Lizzie by Welchmont No b1Rydlkslit dam Pauline by dam by Abdullah Messenger 3d by QlUi a Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Will make the suasion of 1000 at Lawn Mere stock farm 2X miles West of lluatonvllle Ky On Bradfordsvllle k Hustonvllle pike At 15 To Insure A Live Colt Stares traded or parted with forfeits Insur ance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Mares from a distance kept at S3 month Grazing bill must be before removal of mares Mares In trusted will receive my personal attention but I am not for or escape 00OAItlE- NTEROKLAHOMAI A chestnut 8talllonmeasnring 161 hands andweIghs 1500 pounds Ie a horse of tine carriage and perfect in disposition lie will be shown In Stanford next Court Day- Oklahoma will make the season at my homo on the Hales Well Road two miles South of Stanford At S10 to Insure a Living Colt Will alto stand my ja- ckBTJZD HT 6 TO INSURE Bud is by Billy Uof Winchester that haa never been beat in a slow ring E E P jStanford t fProduce And Junk Wanted I we bare located In Stanford for the purchase Eon Chlckrnt lllile Wool rValbew t and the like For Machine Cut Iron ire pay 1 4001tt Una Copper Ac Our ollt nd hop areon pot bt two doors from MilD Iliing la your Pro dnce and ret onr prlre STANFORD PRODUCE Cu- J Hold and J BltkoE OUR filOlWS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth not The Weekly En quirer wants to study the s has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re been as follows Year Populatloa Year Population 181t 7339881 1880 31443331 1820 9633832 1870 3SJS5837I 1830 12888020 1880 60155783 1840 17069453 1890 82822250 1850 S319t878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem noV is What will be the population of the United States recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year I THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows 1othentllearedoomdCUmrmiTed13OOO00h TottHhirt 75000 To lee fearil 50000 Tots Afth 25000 Tofciiixta t 20000 IOIhlNTUth 15000 each 100 smoutiag to 100000 Tolhuext60 Hch50tmcontiBjto 250000 t Tothin 100 soh to 250000 TothinexlBMeaehjIOsmcMtiigto 500000- To 0s sot 1630 ei li5imonBtiag to 765000 3197 cath to t2500000 i IdiIvided1Every on the above proposi be accompanied by a years subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you 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other panic JYr rlitimo 30e per year = I 5Aasruui 331044 W Ith St New York Ole be1P11erUlllreeleqM XJ tIiWfI1llimIK lWlUitb S ZOTTISVILL2D t 4ToCHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un Con Station 10th and Broadway Passengers desiring information and l rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska r I and in tho far West Including Cal Hornlalshguld address k Frank J AgtiEIISS Agl W 11 McDoel Vice Pres t Gen Mtifr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Sfngr Only Appareatlr Coniradloforr It sounded contradictory but after all unquestionably there are occasion when one can gifd away and sell at the tame time She told me said her dearest friend that she never would marry for money but dont you think she gave herself away when she told herself to old Bullion And tho dearest friends friend thought she did Chicago PostIApplying Tommy doesnt feel like going to school this morning said Mrs Tuck er He says he has a pain in his stomach lies lying on the lounge in the sittingroom all humped up out of shape I think said Mr Tucker reach ing behind tho mirror for a small rawhide I can lick him Into shape Chicago TribuneIDer She could talk about the classics In a very knowing war fibs was tina la mathematics and In art made aotn display She wa cultured and accomplished both In poetry and song But whenier she read a cook book well hl somehow got It wrong 1 Washington Star I now HE woe lien awIfullyYes but opposites should marry Chicago Chronicle Good Advice Her Is a wellknown proverb Revised to suit the masses It you In a stone house dwell Refrain from throwing glasses Chicago Dally News Chance for Athletes FarmerYes I want a man Are you a good Jumper Applicant Jumper Well yes You could Jump a barbed wlro fence without much trouble I sposeV UmI spose so Well thats all right then youll do You sec some of our bulls is a leetle wildN Y Weekly Snre way to Slop It I wish they wouldnt nil laugh at me whenever I get up to make a few remarks said the legislator My dear fellow returned the wise man there Is a sure way to stop that How Try to be humorous Chicag Post MaUInK Her Happr Sunday School Tenclier Have you made anyone happy this week Little Girl Ycsm Mrs Hlghupi has a baby and its a awful squally redfaced little brat but wen I met Mrs Illghupp yesterday I told her she had the sweetest prettiest baby I ever sawN Y Herald Why Ho Didnt starry tier Oh no Im not a misogynist said the confirmed bachelor but there has been one reason that has always pre vented my marrying eten the roost charming of women What Is that She wouldnt have meTown TopicsiIASad Case ISheI suppose senator you find of publicity very annoying sometimes ReYes 1 frequently become so temptedIcago TimesHerald SlnionIuro ArticleI IThe you ever loved before Percyl I have often admired menfor their strength cour pge beauty Intelligence or something like that but with you Percy it Is nil love nothing May elsclluckI A burglar got into our house last night Did be take anything The children are all sick and we nope he got the measles Chicago Record Not the Same- I have a unique thing in the book line said tho poet So I have heard returned the cynic The cqmplete first edition of your own book is It notllarlem Life Traced the Hoemlilance You remind me of my first hus bonl1she said- I have felt recently he replied that I was gradually becoming a very meek man Chicago Ioat- EmharrnsIit Lobbyist What did you mean by refusing to vote on this mersure CongressmanI had forgotten which way you paid me to oteN Y Journal tier Objection Snlfklns Why did tho young lady object to being called a poem Bifklns Because poems are meas tired feetlJudyAverting Challenge The WidowerLife my young friend is a duel between love and me The Pert Young Thing Hut dont expect me to bo your second Puck A NIGHT OF TERROR Awful tnilaly w felt for the widow of tbl brato General IJurnhtra of Machlaa Mr whei the doctors said the could not lire till mrnlng writes Mrs S It Lincoln who attended hrr the tearful night All thought tbe moat anon die rnm Pneumonia but she begged for Dr tIDe Nee Discovery MJ Inf It had more thin one saved her lira sod cured her ofCooiuinptlon Aftci three swill dose the dept really all Btiht end Iti further use completely cured her This marrel out Diedlclne U gn to cure ill Throat Cued and Lu I PUMIMs Only Sad th Trial bottles ate at FennTt I rug Store A young woman has had the color of the pupil of her eye restored by tattooing with India ink at tho MIami 0 medical college Years ago nn ulcer involving the cornea en crouched upon the pupil leaving an unsightly white scar The patient suffered a three days ordeal during the process of tattooing Prairie dog meat is now said to be white tender and delicate with a rich toothsome flavor superior to that of spring chicken or quail There has always been a theory that the prairie dog must have been cre ated for some useful purpose but the Information as to Its food qualities comes late In the Illinois house of correction the women prisoners are to be set to work at flower culture for the market in three large greenhouses recently added to the Institution An expert horti culturist will direct the training The prisoners seem pleased with the new departure Women as train porters are an In novation that is fast becoming popular The woman who wishes her shoes laced her dress fastened etc is wondering how she managed to travel before without such aid An eastern Oregon exchange reports that a cattleman of that section lately sold a car load of steers right oft the range that averaged US per head None of these cattle had been fed a pound of hay or grain substitute COFFEE exchange cut lb COFFEE sad rolled ForiSllonheadmd Scent Tbe If only two actual site Color delicate pink with setung and gold trlmmlnn Den enamel daub durable The Lions Bride Mailed free for 12 lion cut from Uon Cotter wrapper and cent An unusually line picture brush the noted artist Gabriel Max founded Chamlwoe poem The Lions undo The story Interesting and we tend with each folder containing the poem- andtelitngaltaboullt Size lax2dInches- Dorothy and Her Friends PnoujnonU Is one ct the meet dangerous and fatal dlfcusBC It always rcsulli from a cold Chamber tins Cough Rein cdy will quickly euro a cold and perhaps prevent an attack of pneumonia It is in fact made especially for that aliment and become famous for its cure over a Urge part of the civilized world U coun teracts any tendency ofa cold towards pneumonia Can loll sfToril to urglect your cold when so reliable remedy csnI bo had fur trine For sale by CralIHocker Drugslit RAILROAD Darcraln days to point In tbe Northwest Seldom If ever will ouch low rules aculn be Inoue Minnesota North and South Unkotu Montana Idaho Ortyon Wa hlnMoii Utah and British Columbia an now In effect from Lnulsvlllu by tbu Momm Route Tbelwill close on Mttrcn 2ltb- posltlvel sUo main and time tables will be turulobed on request by K II Bacon D P A Mu non Route Loulnvllle Ky 0 TilE BEST IN TilE WOULD We believe Chambersin Cough Remedy the best In the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe and a troublesome cough and having read their sdvtrtbcrurntiin our own and other papers we purchased bottle if would affect us It cured u before the bottle was mute than hit ued It is the best medicine out for colds and coughs The Hcralil Andetsonvllle Inl For ale 6y C alg t hacker Druggists SPECIAL RATES TO WASHINGTON DeTbo Cbcfapeako k Oblo cell round trip tickets to Washington D C May 20 to 21M one fare for the round trip rood returning until May 31st on account of the meeting of the Mystic Sbrlnerr Keep there dates In your mind you are koinir to trip aIL George W Barney dlv pass sgent c A 0 fly Lexington THAT EHCTHnOBBIIZG HEASA Would quietly hive you If too Dr Vli ttNew LJfi Thmiwndiortoflrrcr hifrpro Ibrlr ruatrhlrM for nick Nntoui llMdichn They mat rureUoo sod strong Drrtftsnd bund up your hrtlth Kaylo lab Try tbens rnlL Money rack II out turN brldliy Nana lhupttat Accept no Insist on LION in lib pkgs These articles mailed FREE in for lion heads from front of i LION pkgs hold Collar Button Mailed tree for 8 lion heads cut from Uon Collet wrapper a 2 cent stamp Naderof gold and with mother pearl back suitable alike for ladles and men TnU shape It bandy and popular 0 stamp lllnitratlon tblydi a head a tamp from the of German It Is on is a copy of has a a to Is cold to e It wil II make a u ni rd malt sod Only M b A bright cheery picture For 8 lion heeds and a Sc stamp It cheery picture represent fags girl with her chid ensandherrabblts The predominating- colon are and greens Site 11X28 Inches For lion headland tntstamp wo will mall U tinned ready tor IIIDCID Stvllsh leitguckle ItandiomelT goldplated with RomaD anlsh and set with rub jewelin welcomed totdreued upALoccilatby the ladles who like to wear colored lUbes The goldfinish gjea well with an of them Given or lion heads and a 2 ant stamp Apron Hade of good quality lawn alternate and tucks broad hem at bottom and neatly gathered at waist a ery- lupertoraildltliish aches Given for 20 lion heads and a 2cent stamp I Fruit Picture Size 16x24 Inches Given for 8 lion heads and a 2cent stamp 50Foot Clothes Line Given for IS- Iron heads and a 2cent stamp Hodo of closely braided cotton I threads and will give the best IlUafACUOD J A ALLEN COTContractors AndSTANFORD KY 5 Havo now a complete stock of lauding Material Yellow Mao UlOrlnltellln lUll bteet P0015- Sash La frllllndt nndiil of Drowxl und Rough Lumber Shingles Omce Utif L II CookEn u- u J C tr m M S J 4 easily quickly reached New Orleans or J wc rJarHIU From Cincinnati the North 80 Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Trains Throu h Hour Sthedulrs Only One Change Cns to Houston Gallas- Antonio i me rest eaoooa Mael e err It al talatlar traM retryweekday 10 4 en Sunday trains and tars Cart and ear I of Book Into with tissue paper leaves tween beItissue pages children aflortlng requires Fly The brated tax kite now Inches lone and comes folded quickly IpreacilOfir also IDtereltcd CBKCI Cdria hwtiCO Drt Homt new Orleans Houston Galveston and alt Texas and Southwestern Points and via Shreveport over th- eOlleeti and reCdHt and OrletnssVestlblllellllmitell Jar Pullmansb24 San etc t41a1 e4I train To Per and a Tine with line Inc A of On ai a to hand and boots and book 6 lion and a See It I eelo to can and older aro 0t re aC I 3C led out for the the bul are eye free for 40 lion cut from Lion wrappers and a FastTraIns TO i AND CANADA POINTS 4 3 on SeMIIulltnan and Wiener Sleepers on VrtUiled Car on day trait INDIANAPOLIS i 4 iaMtvywediyTo CNIGAGO lSleeplni VeMlbuleti Standard ctmeatI flOicOFFEE4IUsed Try LION COFFER will never use other It Is absolutely pure Coffee nothing but Coffee r flantel Clock Alarm Clock IOenulnoBox Colored Crayons 1011onhesda stamp wax crayons ottttn dlflcnnl colon aecom pictures coloring Each enJonliwnppa Childs Drawing collectionI Wllhlltonrlperto trace plcturei beaeathltbus cnjorment These drawlnr togetherTheredrawing tirtdi 5cent stamp Naval Box Kite Thirty safely Walled heads Colic stamp Four Toledo Detroit talMM MICMIOAN AND talni every week Jy traIns night train Parlor and you any and Or espreas- prepeld t 10 lien head and tc sump beautifully Cnlibed wlthrlll Stands Inches hub A flul and goo- dUmekteper 1 Parlor 2cent r Ladles Scissors 11 I enlUngtrimminglInn lor 12 lion heads and a 2c stamp Razori Iatmpj For 10 lion heeds end a 2 Wa Leng ofTgenInches full India m finished Appropriate for a I Ingtuc or for use In the beerwdoelyj Game India 1 Similar to raIchat which baa been played in east cm countries tlnco ofhlitortratlon shows plan of the game with ulualcountendlcoj serer lire of 1playingI heads and a Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else too Dont overlook it I You have bought a certain portion of some article to SfIbe selected by you from our new Premium Lists TUB ABOVB ARD ONLY A PI1W OP THO LION COFFEB PREMIUMS Another list will IMPORTANT NOTICEshortly appear In this paper Doat mlas It The grandest list of premiums ever offered I orpackageI You always know LION COFFED by the wnpper It la a sealed packsave premium Hit Address the all margin letter to Ask the your rrocer for largo III WOOLSON SPICE GO Toledo OMo jJGttjGiG 22ttifjp fmma MINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APR if 13 It00 vALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUE beet materials combined with V vc llell1 and accuracy lneuro good No other mut ode are over Iattl Storo our prceorlptioo work Penny PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP 1 n II A JONES was In Liberty this ekllR8r J 8 RICE U visiting her CityIwill spend Eas Err bailey thus T L SllELTONU visiting hur slater Mrs F A Burgess In Louis villa WALLACE WITHERS another lox l hunter killed his dog last week and Is lad of It- tESSIIS T W PAXTON and Bud of Cincinnati were RUettt of Mr rt Traylor IE W E VAHNON wife and l urfiter Miss Maud went to Louis t rtlle Wednesday MKB SALLIE DUDDBRAR left Tues for Birmingham to visit her broth If d Dudderar UOlL McCLURE secretary of the- y1vVcdnosaarg Co Lexington I in 188 BETTIE POWELL of Huston Fre Is the guest of Miss Mattie mp on Lancaitcr Record- S PEARL BURNBIDE left yester I Hov r Columbus Ga to spend some with her sister Mrs E P Ows Not II CHEW TAYLOR and wife of Mid several days with belt g Hi c urn and Mrs Wm McCor For J W RAMSEY writes us to his paper from Rowland to Ur IIIi whore ho has moved his IS M LOOAN and wife of Mid and Rev S M Ranklo of dishCice attended Prebytery at liar- dub iElt QHARLB8 B POWELL and onl are al Capt II F Powells from wart na and will spend the spring towpWnmor In Kentucky wiaro more honors for a Casey ity boy Lieut Commander Lnclcn I Young has been placed In command of J the naultatioD at Havana DR W B OBANNON reports Miss J KnOl daughter of Squire B B Caldwell very low of uremia convulsion at 1ierhomo near Wavnesburg- MIS8B8 MAGGIE STrlII NS and Mao r rownlng both of the Right Cables L Livingston will arrive Saturday to thho guests or Miss Uattyo Dudderar bohVssRS W C ScmiBit and y M nnclftwo of Junction Citys boil olt up to Rockcastlo yestor lt a boundaty of timber nJOIIN D MIJRSHON who has oau bdud Frank Holwolaw as agent of egnr borne Machine Co wont up to t sad yesterday to work that sea lIi dins KMMA SAVAGE who has w o studying art under Miss Mar kbbardof Stanford Female College yesterday for her homo at Jackson UfCARiX DRITTAIN has made apt n cation for an assignment on the iUo hlp Kentucky and the secretary the navy says ho shall have It If possible tR T B LAWlUB the venerable tilier asks us to state that ho willre laIn with tho now firm at Carter k raubs mill and his friends will bo t d to hoar it- In AND MILS ALIIIIRT MILLER t rdsvlllo Ind and Mrs G Ct 8mcl to Paris lastof Stanford Cane into u attend the funeral of their Mrs Nopplo PattorsooB- llOUHoRAY1ro of Flomaton Ala w- hstrontn ft rcaj0 of tho INTERI- Or41 for 2S years during which e ho has married and raised n fatal r ono offtvhom Is married orders this n per sent to her at Somerset Mrs J Bradshaw ARTY of eight or 10 couples of nee people went out lo Lewis Doty s 4tcr night chaperoned by Mrand Mrs McRobarts and had a nlcu dance cards besides enjoying a INlayed that the ladles took I be bitb them ly wu U S ALllltl 0 liT editor of tho- rt Yon Signal and Judo R G lllla ms that county youngof the tandsnmest and brainiest men thomouitalns were hero this week prior Albright bus no L k N pass at but ho got hero all tho same co IjESII ENT MISS PANNIE SIINICS eiiuti us to notify the Reading Club hat there will bo no meeting tomor iw afternoon owing to the dc lro of ovoral of the members to attend the and that the next meeting illMwlth Miss Dollle McRoborts atuf y21st Miss PEARL ICING who wont to oulsvtllo to take a course In the Dry jt fc tratton Business College has no rOt tUt to learn on account of ill health anJ at the advice of her physi clan been fdrccd to quit for awhile at least Sao Is now with her sister Mrs Lyman al Newburg MRS Dni K J DRowN ned two children are down with grip LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for rood watch work NEW wash alike Severance Sons LINE of sample carpets at Beazloy d Hays THE latest moulding for picture raves at Bcazloy fc lays WE have many nleo things for Easter Watch our windows Cummins McClary HAY Straw Oats SblpatufT and all kinds of feed sold for cash only j II Baughman Co LIGHT Brahma cents 13 eggs Bronze turkcyl3 eggs for 8150 Mrs I S Tevls Shelby City SnEO Potatoes Pea Deans Garden Seed Onion Sets Hoes flakes and Plow Gear at Warren Shanks WE go to press proncptly at 0 A M and advertisements or news cannot be tsken after 8 30 unless tho news Is of great Interest OLD MOCK WHISKY G D Wcath erford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky la Hue lonvlllc 11 0 Mock THE Continental Rev R 0 Mabo ny agent has paid the policy of 9500 In full held by Walter Warren onble residence burned last week OUR line of colored ndblack Droll Goods and Silks Is the largest ever brought to Stanford Thcp are pro nounced beautiful by those who have soon them Severance Sons DONT forget the horse show at flue tonvillo tomorrow Saturday afternoon The prospects aro that every borta In Central Kentucky will be there and Is a splendid place to show them RBMEJIIIEK the grand free balloon ascension thrilling parachute jump and a high tower dive that Is given free to all from the show grounds In con nection with Sparks Now Railroad Shows at Stanford April 16 SETTLED IN PULL The Royal in suranue Co through their adjuster Mr James W Powell of Louisville settled my lots on residence and furni ture and paid full amount of my policy 11600 four days after tho Oro J W Basttn Plllsburg Nows YOUR CHANCE Mr John n Sparks manager Sparks show give a handsome bed room suite to an souplo that will take a trip In his big balloon Monday and get married Now is your chance for a big novel wedding and a handsome present OUR Caioy county friends want It known that John Bowman who works for Mr Winston Bowman and who Is a colored man contributed 25 cents to the Goebcl monument fund saying as he did so that ho was sorry isle finances would not permit bis donating mar liberally KNTHRIHIBB TheStanford INTE mon JOURNAL one of the brightest Inoreascy d be printed on a Ono new press The change Is rendered necessary by a rap- Id increase In advertising patronage Louisville Times QUIT tNT1btEJamcrBouea who was In from the Gilberts Creek section yesterday condoling the boys dos killed Mr Posters sheep was a the tame time congratulating himself for httvlngqult lox hunting last week when he sold his four bounds to a Knoxvlllo man for SOLD OUTJ W Perrln the coa- and feed man near the depot who made 8800 clear during his experience In that line has sold out look stock and barrel to J B IUgglng who handled coal RotoeRmorning rln Is undecided as to his future but thinks ho will travel Few DEATHS was there a duller time for undertakers hero and but for their side lines they would have to shut up shop Ingoing over his books Undertaker J C McClary finds that there have only been six white people burled In BulTalo Cemetery elnco July 1 Of course more people have died and their bodies burled elsewhere but not near enough have crossed tbo dark river to make the undertaking business In Stanford remunerative AN officer or theComorclul Bunk at Liberty told us the other day that the banks deposit now reached close to 170000 and that they were loaning about 860000 You cant buy a share of lu stock for lean than 8135 and nobody wants to sell at that Dy the way Its now flxturcanavo arrived and been placed In position and with thorn and the bandsofao brick building with plate glass fronts Cashier Prowltt and Assistant Cashier Young are as fine as a fiddle while on the outside President Combcat and the board of directors are making every edge cut for the popular institution The INTFRIOR JOURNAL which did the banks first work and continues to do It looks at its growth with a pardonablu pride TAKE tfbath at Ed Wilkinson SevotanceM PLENTY of bandmade harness of band J CMcClary DKY GOODS at cost for cash until aloe ed out O IL Farris Co MANY Oxfords In the latest styles Cummins k McClary WALL Paper now ringstyles and prices are right W D McRoberti BRADY k TEUKY are killing big fine export cattle now and you aro missing It If you are not getting your meat from them Bio BASSMrs James B Owens writes from Cumberland Falls that her husband caught a 0i pound bass tbe other day and that fishing Is tine A dozen Louisville Isaac Waltons arc there TUAT PKESS We have rece ved several Inquiries about the 32x47 Cot troll news and job press which we offer for sale to make room for a 40xCO two revolution press The Cottrell prints a sheet double the size of the INTE nioit JOURNAL In Its usual sixcolumn folio form and Isai good as new Our circulation Is so largo and our advertis ing so great that we aro forced to en large the paper and get a press that goes faster The ono we offer for sale has a speed of 1600 an hour The one that Is coming can turn out 2600 to 3000 full 7column quartos In the same time TERRIFIC SLAUGHTER Dogs raided the sheep fold of John B Foster Wed nesday night and killed and wounded 131 Mr Foster says that ho heard the dogs all night but supposing fox bunters were out paid no attention to thorn When be went out next morning be oftIn killing Mr Fosters loss Is very heavy for which be ought to be fully reimbursed by the owners of the destructive abdwortblees canines The dogs killed turned out to be ono each belonging to Col Hill Frank Dawson and Chris E Gentry Judge Dawson Frank Dawson and C E Gentry started fox bunting that night taking their own dogs and those of tbo other gentlemen named They ran off to the knobs and the hunters came homo Then tbe dogs put In the night at Mr Feelers All of them will bo killed If Mr Foster says so Messrs E P Woodland J n MeAlIs putjrTnE Attorney General R J Brcck InrUgs spent several days hero this week in a law case Dont call me general said ho to our reporter I do not believe In peace won military titles I do not object to being called colonel for I bold that rank In the Confederate army after promotion from captain but Iliad stalest as lief for a man to call me Attorney as General Whoever thought of calling the- o more distinguished attorney generals by tbo high sounding military title It only began a few years ago and I want It stopped with mo Asked about the outcome of tho contests before the su prone court ho said that there was no doubt In his mind that that court would decide that there was no Federal question involved and lot Kentucky manage her own affairs Judge Dreck In ridge Is In bad health himself and with an Invalid wife and tho cares and vexations Incident to his recent life he Is looking very badly but his friends histoutfroses A VERY OLD CASlA special term of the circuit court was hold Wednes 1day to bear the case of Carter Caracul etc Thomas McRoberls ndmlnla trator with tbo will annexed of Joseph Stewart Mr McRoborts qualified as administrator of the estate about years ago It consisted of 700 acres of land In Pendloton county which he of fered for sale shortly afterwards but having no bid greater than 11 an aero did noted l It Ho continued to pay taxes on It till 1872out of his own pock et wben some of the lands were sold In 1881 Mr McRoborts mado a settle mont with County Judgo Varnon ro porting about 1000 which was la Bulllciint to repay him for advances In tercet and costs The matter remain cd In this condition till 1803 wben tho heirs brought suit against Mr McRob ert claiming 20000 from him On the trial of tho case a judgment for 14225 wag given against Mr McRob erts subject to credits which reduced tho amount to less than 80000 The court of appeals olllrmed the decision but on an appeal for a rehearing grant Od it with the direction that the mer Its of tho question bo heard If bo should be held for the defalcatlon of W J Perrln his agent for tho salo of some of the land the amount defaulted with Interest amounting to 308072 This question was argued and submitted yes torduy Judgo Saulley now having It under1 consideration In a restatement of the accounts Commissioner R 0 Warren found that the original judg mont should have been for 813313 The plaintiffs were represented by Col W G Welch and Judge R J Brook Inrldgp tho defendant by Messrs R p Jacobs CIt McDowell and Hill McRoberti FOR a nice saddle go toG H FarrIs A Co TAmE a glance at the Easter egg window In Cummins McClarya TIGER Champion corn planters Disc harrows Drown and Moline cult valors lllgglns McKlnnoy ANTIRUST tinwarepolishes like nickel guaranteed never to rust out at G II Farris k Cos WE suppose the cold rainy snap that Is upon us would be designated by tbo ancient wcathcrwlso as dogwood winter No matter what It be called however It is very disagreeable all the same ONhearlng his sevenyear old talk about Mr Milk Man the little ono was aked by Its lather If It did not WhyMrnocent reply HENRY wage born In the slashes of Hanover county Va April 12 1777 The writer has been to the old rnhl many a time that the commoner used to rldo a corn sack to wbon a barefoot ed boy TUE ofthe Presbyterian church will have an Easter cake sales the exchange Saturday al 2 p M There will be an attractive display of cakes candles and Easter eggs All are Invi ted to call Proceeds for church car pet 27 Ilss oBeazleythe well known milliner sold 27 bats tho first day of her opening and nearly as many the second There are three other millinery establishments In town all of which have their openings and big days so it will bo readily seen that no little of Stanfords cash goes for headgear for the dear creatures MATRIMONIAL MATTERS County Clerk Cooper fears be Is being boycotted He hasnt Issued a mar rage license for 17 long days Miss Catherine Goggles expression of her reasons for remaining single that no one ever asked her to marry has raised a world of sympathy among the men of not only Illinois but other StatesRev John Lapsley McKee D Daa his estimable wife Wed esday celebra ted the golden anniversary of their marriage which took place April 11 1850 In Boyle county The event wa made the occasion of a reception to which the relatives and hundreds of werinvited fasfILlother points All of tbo surviving children were there They are Mrs MissIcllaRevSamuelNoAlbany anhisCLEVELAND Jr Thlf line Jade will mah tbe Ifaeon ol UKWtt my StaufordS7 to Insure a Living Colt 15handster was bred by E II Ballard MaJlxin Ihe noted brredtr of lire Jacks and he OuniryOneIL tSALLEK Stanford Ky Bed Squirrel JrN- O 830 N n a Drown Stiilllon 1534 hands high sired b nod Squirrel No 33 ho by Illack Squirrel No 38 First dnm Green Mountain 2n dam by Gray Eagle thoroughbred This horse hoe proven himself to bo cno of the heat breeders of fnccy horses In Ken mucky always glvloFthem ono sire and a plenty of son of Rod Squirrel liaKHlrud more good horses tbuil this ono Ho will make the season at our stable In Stanford ut xo to Insure a Live Colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or maro Is parted with BEAZLEY IIUOS Stanford Ky GALTON 12910 nronnaaen Sired br imubctla Wllkl 219j lire of Ciuln ette 2 05 Tuttle lx dud W others In the 2 8011- tflat dun Daily Field grandam of Alice Wlllc 225 IIIWO years old by En tleh1tsIreofdIn 2M and of iho sous or 80 lu 230or letter- Seoondt5nr QuickatepbyKentucky IrlnceJr- dreotJ Q 2W Umonde II1H and others and of the don ui two In the Ilse Third dart ly Old Joe sir or the dub of J IJ 1 ulLbetU WUkW buns and daughter have In 28011- 1GitonscoltSareanlast and good lookers aod here sold aU e wa lof lOOitfoui year olige tie isagrathowhone himself and hm been teatnl at lilY Ible two miltS well orliw ion llle on the DraMordnllle pike at 10 to Insure a Live Colt w M IUUD Hiultnillle Kjr c t t I Beautiful Styles Bright Colors Fine QualitiesJ i See ourNew Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Ti9s And the Many Other Nice Things We Have To Show You CUBitS ItII CLA1BlY I Correctly Built Shoes We not ODIT show the largest line of Shoes of any house in Stanford but wo show c Style Fit and Workmanship + i Not to be had elsewhere We have an immense stock of nLOW CUT SHOES For Icn Women and children Our Slipdpers Jvv 5Are just the thing for dress occasions When ready to buy remember wo show a variety of highclass gOOdStJOHN P JONES Stanford m NEW GOOIDS ITHIS WEEK Rg 25 different styles In Black Goods 50c to 1250I10 Patterns Foulard Silks DOc to Jl 6 New Patterns of Wash Silk 43c I 6 New Patterns Madras Clot 2Oc All The im New Pastel Shadest In Solid Dimity at 15c Solid organdies at lOc ijFnst Black Lisle Hose 25e Fancy Hose 40c to DOe New Shadow Silk Petticoats ff2 to 250 tj1 i Ready ISkirt i Waists II to 16 75 Skirts f150 to a5 1 ST7 jo Percales going feat mIPENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints I And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hocker Stanford s a THE INTEKiOR JOURNAL Entered nthe pottoffice at Stanford at adcondclass ulaucr Pu bUabeS21cSey oAneS FrteSav r 1 PER YEAR CASH 6W whennotwpaldm200willbechargedKNOXVILLE 24 TraIn going North 11 Sa m asu a 24lam l6II South 12 a m 1189 P m For atlirolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 8 Anrireaat Stanford at IOS II 4 Laves Stanford it 210 it N2t ArrlTMatKowlandat 1100 DAT 022 Lava Stanford at 280 r QUEEN CRESCENT Tralnaftolng South Junction City No ca not stop No 3lliOr X No3 1122 A No 9 bat P Going South No 2 doeant stop No L41 No 6123r xNoIOGI FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI u Train lean FraniMt 840 PM and at with the Q 4C IUIurnIDRlravslarlaat93OA11and510- P reaching Frankfurt after h C tralus at 1120 M7 P and 915 PM The latter train laves for Oenrleenwn at 715 P u J U PA Look In Your Mirror healthytintedfnl form l Theae attractloulare the relult of rood health If are absent there fl Dearly always come i1Ilorder of the die tlnctl feminine organl present lIealthy- menltrnal organa mean health beauty eYerjrwhere McELREES Wine of Cartful rakes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at the root of all their trouble There is no menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl the busy wife and the matron approaching bgcrisIshealth strength and It- costa Ioo of deers uirlngspeclaldirections DepartmentThetanooga Tenn KItS HOZENA LEWIS of Oenaylllo PtJII trout led at monthlr caliivme bemheat liretaaerrd by WI and THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCL SS Hotel In the city making a a RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts o tho City Everything neat and clean J+ GMcGbU Y UITDERTAKERr Manufacturer and Dealear In l HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY S HAYSTJ- WDEHTAXEBS uro DJULtUUI IN Furniture 3lnttiujsItugs- And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY eiiyn A TRIBUTE TO A FRIEND Garrctto McCarty passed peacefully to rust Friday morning March 10 1100 at 7 oclock All who knew him and the number was not small heard with deep regret the news of the death of dear friend Me as ha was familiarly called and many were shocked by Its suddenness Only a few weeks agoand seemingly a moro perfect model of grace and manly strength could hardly be found but deaths untimely frost cams when least expected and left a joyous sunny home bereft of a tender devoted husband brother and friend Sorrowing onts In his death Is portrayed one of Gods mysterious yet painful lessons and In this dark hour human sympathy and Gods promises otter freely their consolation I had known Me years ago and ones true character comes out by intimate asso elation and by this intimacy have I found traits in his character admirable lofty generous and manly A truer nobler more genial man and friend I have rarely met and when I meetajaln those friends of vanished years his family twill thrill me with sad linger Ing regret for him we mourn today for bo will be sadly missed Death came to him while vet the first tinge of blooming manhood had not been brushed by time or blighted by advei titles or worldly cares This homo Ufo was beautiful and peaceful surrounded by everything to make his happiness a devoted Christian wife who idolized him gentle loving sisters nephew and nieces which made up tho sunshine of its llfo on earth continued in Glory by mother father and other loved ones around the Throne of God His In stincts were those of lovoand kindness Nona knew better than be bow to spread the veil of charity oer the short comings of others Be was a useful citizen full of bright attainments and futurp promises His death breaks the maglo circle of sweet home love and kindred ties and to his dear heartbroken wife family and friends I would gay let us trust that the Great Ruler of the universe Who sees the end from tho beginning and orders ell things right will strengthen and support you In your hour of sorrow One more soul Is safely anchored In the harbor of the blest Ono moro home left sad and lonely One more body laid to rest Till the final trump has sounded And the graves give up their dead There a golden crown II waltlog For each faithful servants head Ah that cruel death must sever From our midst a friend so true Blessed Savior In our anguish Let us turn and trust to you May we learn In thy sweet counsel Ere tbo race of life be run To say when in our deepest sorrow Thy wlllO Godnot mine be done Wilt thou send a guardian angel From the great White Throne above Down to heal the brokenhearted Down to toll them of Thy love May that angel point us upward Through a sea of golden light Tfbero well see the one we grieve for Safely at our Fathers right Then sad hearts cease thy weeping Trust 0 trust and faint no more A little while and you will loin him On that bright and shining shore A FillEND Lexington Kv Mob 26 moo HUMPHREY CASEY COUNTY Mrs Etta Emmerson died of consumption at the home of her grand father Hiram Salyera last week She leaves a husband and two infant child ren to mourn harois Farming prospects are all right In this section Farmers are busy break Ing land for tho forthcoming corn crop A largo quantity of wheat was sown last fall which promises a splen did yield lIsa Maggie Brown Luther G Elll ott Claude Hatter and brother have all returned in tho last few days from the State College Lexington Taylor Wes ley has also returned from the Commercial College at the same place We learn from the proper authority that James Humphrey Post No 81 G A R at Its regular monthly meeting the let Saturday In this month after conferring with Interested parties selected Liberty as the place for decorat Ins the graves of soldiers on May 30th No moro appropriate place could have been selected A number of gallant ofilccra and soldiers are burled there besides this that town was for many years the dwelling place of two distin guished regimental and brigade com manders who gained national fame for themselves and command We allude to Cols Wolford and Adams The pub lic and those who wore the blue and those who wore tho gray are cordially Invited to attend fraternize and lay aside any little squabble that was be tween them 35 or 40 years ago It is understood that among other distin gul abed speakers qn that occasion Invitation will be extended to Judge J W Alcorn and other confederates of Stanford to represent tho gray and Hon Vincent Burning London and Judge Denton of Somerset to repre sent the bluo E T A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will oileD cause a horrible Hum Scald Cut eDrul llucklena Arnica salve the bent In the world will kill the pain and ItCurea Old Sore Jeyer corm UI IroMItlrhal Corni all Skin Eruption lint Pile cure on earth Only 2t a a tore guaranteed Sold If Ienny inugglit paidUe00The to learn that there tt at lmt one dfoeaM that Klenr hu been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the ooly- pollhe cure now known lo the medical fraternity lelrQ a conltlllltlonal dllfllfl requires I conitlluttonal treatment Itairi Otllrrb Clare dlIlCU ulpon the Moa- tandmuoussurlatea01bOaystemthercb dntroy foundation of the dlea e the InfIbe tlrenelh by building up the rundltutlon and aniitfng nature In doing Its work The pro nrleton hate much faith Ita ruraUro powers that they olfer IlXI lor au case that It Call to cure end for list of AdJre N CJIKNBY t CO Toledo 0 Najd br drunbt nIII1aOlIl 1IlIs roe the beat The sitting waltz now to bo the thing in fashionable Now York and Washington The sitting waltz embodies the position as dancingtbeon ly difference Is you sit Instead of dance The mans right arm is around the glrlt waist while his left hand holds her right Her left band is placed on his shoulder while her head rests lov ingly upon his bosom and all they do Is to listen to the music a SPAINS GREATEST NEED Mr R T OlUli of llarrtlona Spain spends hit Inter at Aiken B C Weak nerves b d Mrere pains In tbe beck of his head On mlor Electrlo Hitters America rreatnt mood and Nun ell rain lets him He says JlclDellwbai bit country orals All America know that It cure leer and kidney up the stomac- htrengtfuenthenerrtapuUTim rigor and new nerrs organ oftbe dweakllrtdorailing you need It IYlr bottl guaranteed only W rents Sold by Peony Drug llat Freda Polgneo kipped the rope 230 times at Belleville III winning tho contest and losing her Jlfo A MAN CAN MAKE 0011 Just II tan make Iron lib that which lit llrer uukefor the blood It lint Iron nor ca t Iron tier Iron dlmlrod In hydrochloric add The liter and nothing elie but the can make It It blood hasnt here Iron In Ili youll never be able to put enough no mat fern much Iron tonic swallow rake Iteil Cleric lllla to arouse the liter and nature do lb ret A CHKMIST CANT MAKE tWO Korean hs tntksasltgleronitltuentol It but make Il with s called thliirerthVb it tucl for the liter It the lied Circle Till JUST AKEsANm1A00INo It the eflict of apoplexy It la a hemorrhage hebrelnruostufenOtte to a congealed liter Tho Red CIrcli 1IIU unstop liter roller tbo rougeiilou WHEN TAKES SUUDENLT 1U Send fur the doctor When you hnl been ill for a loop time take lied Circle 11111 Ua generally tbl tbata wrung Theyll make It nature will do the mt A TOY OF GOLD la amall compenmllpn for a mlnl health Ive than I drachm o lpar fx she talth In a lew Wad of Red Circle 1llls BICYCLES REPAIRED 1 Dust complete Illcyclo Store In Central n break In n Ittcy cle Workmanalilp Guaranteed- DANVILLK CYCLE CO IIS 3rd St Danrlllc Ky FRITH HOTEL F FHAHCISM Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY In the mountains ritea conddered IDeellloUI all tralna Special attentloa to tray 1 VERY LOW RATES V- IATHESOUTHERN R R MAY 29 30TH 1000 Louisville tho Soullieln Railway will hick a During the Confederate Reunion at each direction making rates to LouUvilleland return rate of Ic per milo traveled In as follows From Lexington 1170 LawrencoburgSlJd Georgetown 155 Midway fl 65 Versailles 1150 Harrotlsburg f170 Burgin S1 60 ShelbyviKe 05c Tickets will be sold May 28th 29th and SOth good to ruturu until Juno 6th 1000 Also reduced rates from stations on Louisville A Atlantic II It Queen h Crescent therewith and from other stations on the Route and Ult points South In connection reduced rate of Icier tulle traveled Southern Railway not named above at similar 2e per mie round tri- pConvenient Train Service and Best Accom modations Passengers for Louisville via The Southern Hallway arrive at Seventh Sticot Union Depot within one block of the Confederate Veterans Amphitheatre- For tickets or other information apply to nearest agent of Southern Railway or connecting lines- Correspondence solicited Address W A TURK WM H TAYLOE D C A O P A Louisville Ky o P A Washington o American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Parris Co Columbus Buggy Cos Bug gles Also Troy and Moyer Makes Call and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on toIl hat never failed Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And tho great majority of ailments caused by a TorpldJLivcr coma NOT 1TATJS3AT23 OB GRIPE I But acts gently on the live 23 doses In a box for 25o Try It once and you will itnever be without For Bale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky a0 eet1nFNf oesr IS THE CHc PES7aial111Q11 11 jSTiorTTtan an w o Tyeuri11ny rte JSirt4Nhis line Graduates of this Seven experienced techori each ono a specialist in schools but none can pflcr ourother allege preferred by business bouses There are facilities it rwILr dtttrn 1 sRatwFi i New Oonrdlii House I hue moved Into Mr Kate DaiM r ra liouw on Ijincattrr Hlmt and am prepared lo rurulth Rood hard dajr week or at naionalila prim KTfrrlblnit hew and lean loud table S ertal dinners Court Daetime ti S Ynl SPRING MILLINERS Inrludlnx newdahgoelanowdaily arrltlnz and you art Iuvhalo call In ace li when In town 1rlcva nanonabl latnt Fashion IMatn- MM KITTIK KIXII Cub Orchard Kf Iron Need Shaving Or a hair cut watt till you 50 to Crab 1IlIalI- aaI hue Hani Ulaktmore In it luuaorlal art hi It work on our bead Ile 01 te beat IlemeobertheptacIfbkemoro over Uo Tca lJver tjlablt Crab Paper Hanging And Painting Fee me before you lot your twlntlng I will save you money wilt furnish 1II1er and put on nun from 100 up In Olr- wlrd t wilt sell you paper as t heap ao you Can buy It In town It at So Irbolt wilt do painting lu proportion work guaranteed J J Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will sell or exchange for a mall farm In the vielnltyot Stanford a house and ncrvaof ground on VanAndalo Avenue Stanford known lIa the WaluIIlactt I will sell a part or nil of 1U For partlcu lara call on or addrosa U K I SIMB Stanford Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lnncnstcr Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain Wllu rWtLas Vllallw Air 1hvalelan In atvend sate Office In the New Thompson UulIGi- ngIMPORTANTNoTICE 71 I To the proptaof atanfnrd I will spin IUlI 111 from auuntMyou In by tanwalwaterUght5laasthis tnunit For r 40 DUdlierrrdlurInsthan pound y per louixl Ordrn lined I almliatttb trIDtOoalt 1110cklLuDlr IDol oIul allowt 11 aloltrlck Ilkl rt rath and UIU lumtte paid rveuted511phoneonfen pramplly and of all lou- tfnon uttiUttlon Cllaraot lam Itwpwtfully yOvrf SU- IIiPOSTED then 4t I hereby warn all hl note trn OMln on my farm for any purra whalenr KrLAoIJIORF hrlger DINK FARMER la a candidate for Jailer mublect to the action of the democratic party He aolleiu Iour support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oouitty abject to tho action of the democratic party support U solicited J T BUTTON UndortnlcerIn- atonville Kentucky Offer hllserllcee to Oi ofWet Uts- d Casey oonoUew 1oU stock of Colllnaa4 Car ualwaiaan band D tI Cerpentt Mana- gerPLEASE READ January lit the regular aomlaniiual time has come nndsettling lUed wllbhave notlamoof my patron mo If aro one of them you are ear neatly requested to settle Thanking ono nod all for patronage and soliciting a contlnuaco Very Truly J IL OItFEIL Mlntoshs Livery 5 Feed Stable cKirI7EY KY food reasonable pflcoSnte drivers double and single for day or night If you want to work OUoy and adJolnlll1t counties McKlnnuy U tho place to drive from UoriiM well for feed day week or month A share of your pn ronage aollaltod FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY fovea and Mules constantly on hand and for aalo at all times Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Iror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplondkd table Everything firfltclaBa Porter moot all trains 80 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Icop constantly on hand a complets lIno- of nu glee Itarstums urnl- ture tc Agent for Ironing Moworn and Hinders and repair Oliver Chilled Plow the bust made always for sale Call on him 00 ThSoutknUutiial mimi Company Of Loxlngtoq Ky- LE OLDEST AND THF1 BEST Homo Ofllcei I lleneralOlaecaleulvtlle Ky rancb Uffilcea at Now Va Ualtlmore Md Jh ladelpbla Ia Paid To Csrtiflealo Holders 23213325 PawediTo BoserYolFund 0800925 BARNES WPAREN Local Agent Stanford i Trvr 1TrccsIIbulb grown Mtabllfnitnl llfntul Nurwrr eel rilavlwrry catalogue to be had on In ii J IIHUSMIVIH Loxlniton KUWHITE HOTEL i W U CUKIFn when CORQIN KENTUCKY do toPanpr13epoL FlntclaM throufbout Itslelr per day HeC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A S PRICE jDentist Stanford Ky OBecT UcltoMrtsDrog Store la the Ow IluUdlai aleIR A JONES IIStanford Pnone No O Ocr IligglnsA McKInney J WI B PENNY D D STANFORD KY 51ItVOfilce at Knldenron Lanraatcr DRRI TUB Celebrated Eye Specialist OP Louisville Kentucky Will waf the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23d Returning ont day in cads month Eyei Examined ani Qlauia Celentlflcallj Aijaitei- Ho varr re hue anta FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK HTANMtt KY Capital Sleek 1100000 BarphiJ17683 Si This Initltuttou originally established as the Ds poall Bauk nt 8 urord In IMA then reorganized si la National Ilank ofStanlonl In lads andagala organleelas the First National liank of Stanford o lea2 bu bad practically annnlnUrrapt dezlsl ncfor years It Is Utter supplied now wit facilities fur tranuetlng business promptly and lib erallythancTerbeforaln Its long and hvnoitbli career Accounts of Indlrldaals fiduclarieafirmi andlndlflclualssollcltedumtOTOKl f Held Lincoln COI J W Jlayden Stanford 3Tharda 8 II Haughraan J S JlockarII TFIllll- WI Walton W A TrlbbU L H CIllerCrab OicUd M J Miller MtVernou M DElmore Stanford olrlcaal I J B lion or Prnld nti J J MclloberU Caibitr Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Sleek f100000 Comjwnyandoualy for rJ YanalSolicits Your Bank it Aooount toping uch mutuallyDIUEOTOKSl JJ William 18 SrJAt W Ca W II fmnmlua J K Lynn Son tihanlt J Y Cash IJ Owiltr OFFICEIU B O Shanks President J Ilnwley ubler UrUht AaiCubkr