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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = 0 I t sEMi WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL f VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 11 1900 9 A MNOv 13 1NEWS OF THE VICINAGE George M Adams lather of the cir cult clerk of Pulaskl Is dead ago 01 oTbo Btato College ba o ball team des feated Central University by the score of 10 to 0 The board of equalization at Frank fort raised real estate assessment In Iulaskl flvo percent General Manager Murphy of tbo Queen Crescent denies that a strike is about to be ordered on tbat road Charles Itcdd Negro was given four years at Lawrcnceburg for climbing on to Mn MoBrayern buggy as she drove along the plko with probable criminal Intent All the Odd Fellow Lodges In Eas tern Kentucky will meet at CorbIn April 20 to celebrate the 81st anniver sary of tho order Judge Dorolng thinks ho Is sure to have the claim allowed of 11000 for the destruction of the Clay county salt works during the war A dispatch from London says that tho L N will shortly build a branch line from Pltuburg to Manchester where thero are rich coal and oil fields fobardumn folio do for the reading people of Uarbourvlllo and Corbin They dos servo better Charley Tarltou 11 ran off to Lex ington from Danville and wanted to be put In the liouacs of Reform because his parent mistreated him Ha wiu sent back homo- Randolph M Caldwell law of Leba non died In tbo work house hospital at Cincinnati to which Institution bo wu sent because of being a general nuts unco from the whlncy and morphine habits Arthur Gibbon Zimmerman the Ihrcoycarold son of W M Zimmer man died at Danvlllo of spinal menin gitis Opba Van Me tor 16 daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Caldwoll died of heart disease lice Cattleman has ordered Capl L J Frazeos company at Richmond to bo worn In at once and they will bo this evening Every man In the company Is a democrat and will uphold Ueck hams claim to the governorship Mr Gilbert has offered bill author zing the payment of 1000 ton Port wood Lawrcncaburg for wood and oats furnltbca United States troops during the civil war and to the payment o KWO to B P Martin Anderson county for property taken by tbo troop an authorizing the payment of 1680 to Jail Martin The Royal Wheel Works of Cincin natl one of tbo largest wheel manu facturing concerns in tho world which has a branch factory at Somerset I making arrangements to move tbo whole concern there Collins Jon nings of Concordla KM havo chased the Somerset Steam Laundr They will add now machinery unQ ru organize tbo old buslneM under entire ly now management Tho 16th annual InUrcolleglato ora torical contest was won at Lexington by Lcooldua Ragan of Mon lcollo rc resenting the State College mil su ject was At the Open Door Tho representatives of the other colleges were Benjamin S Van Meter Central Iniverslly Richmond C n Oraden Georgetown College M A Hart Io Lucky University and Benjamin Washer of Louisville for Centre Col loge In India at the prevent tlmo no lot than 10000000 natives are starving and wholly dependent on go ernment relief for the means of cut taining life The situation Is thus de scrIbedhor hundreds of miles on end not a single stalk of corn or eye dry stubble was seen nor yet a blade of groen pasture There was no wat except It tbo larger rlvor and streams The deepest tanks and reservoirs which never have been known to run dry at now as dry as a rock The wliolo country Id now ono vast bare brown lunch where In ordinary seasons ono desertbe soon busy thrashing with iloors studded all over with heaps ot grain sue Pneumonia la one of the most danger ousafid fatal diseases It always results from a cold Chamberlains Cough Reedy m will quickly cure a cold and perhaps prevent nn attack of pneumonia It Is In s fact made especially for that lament and has become famous for its cure over a Urge part of the civilized world It counteracts any tendancy ora cold towards pneumonia Can you afford to neglect your cold when reliable a remedy can bo had for a trifle For sale by Craig I1ocker DruglZ lets fGeneral Manager Gannon of t J Southern railway says that tbq tel graphers virtually ended Ho asserts there U no Interference with tralJlo and that no trains have been annulled Two telegraphers are under arrest charged with cutting wires VOLCANIC flnypTious Art but Skin Eruption rub life of Ducklcoi Arnica Salve curt IheDllll10 Oldllun nine and Fever Sorry Ulcer Uoll Felons Lora Ivan Cue I Urulxs llurvs licaldl hap t livid Chllbllna 1Jt1It111 cuno ou earth Dr h oumnd Aches Only 2 emu a boa Cur guaranteed bold ljr Penny DruggUt HUSTONYILLE J K Dnughmanhasabout400 horses mutes and colts 1 O D Reid Is In Louisville getting up a string of runners for early work Doe Dryo Co sold BIX horse at fancy prIce at the Lexington homo Sales last week Lou Holmes drove 30odd relies In order to spend Sunday at tbe Weathers ford UouloUtbo best hotel la the State ho says Our city fathers are thinking of lighting our town with gasoline Rail MtoJames B Reid has received from a Mr Olllook In Nashville the finest bull calf ever brought to the West End Ho was a present to Mr Reid and his sire and dam cost together over 12000 B forighttwo yearold jack for 1130 and a wean ling jack for WO They alto sold to R forlUriah Dunn Is back from Barnwell 8 C where ho sold six car loads of horses and mules at 173 to 1150 Ho und a fairly good market Mr Duos spend most of tbo spring and sum mer buying and handling horses which ho will take to Barnwell next winter C T Bohon sold to G J Bohon a pair of two yearold mules for 185 and to W W Lyon a pair for 1225 Lvon fc Hunn bought of Sam Dameron 86 beep at 13 05 They sold to D C Allen 85 wethers at SJCO and some butcher cows at 3Jc They also void three horses at 865 to IS5 Burdctto POAoll sold to W H Murphy a bull calf for 110 and to W S Embry of Lancaster a harness mare for 80sMr Will R Williams U temporarily with the Huston villa Holler Mills Mills fia rondo a days trip for that popular enterprise last week and besides selling about 50000 pounds of lour a lot of shlpstuff meal fec collected over 1004 By tho way this mill still runs eight as well as day and con tinues behindwith Its orders Mr D M and Mr Rufus Llpps aro hus lien from sway back and deserve the good trade they are settles W D Weatherford wont to Louis vlllo Saturday Misses Mary and JudjloCamnlt Mlate a d ofilclend t Helen Huffman Is ID Cincinnati buying Miss Molllo Hoppers graduating outfit Mrs J K Baugbman and daughter Miss Catherine Baoghman aro back from Clnclnnatl1whero MM D went for treatment Her friends aro glad to know that elm has entirely recovered MS Baugbman acd family of your lamy Wheeler of Lexington spent Sunday with bis parent The horse show Saturday afternoon brought a fair crowd to town but tho number of equines exhibited was far madb roe stallions shown wore good enough for company Tho drat brought out ltone D S and C C Carpenters splen- dId Dignity Dare the very boat eon of bthe grandest show horse Kentucky over knew Chester Dare Ho was both ridden and driven by Mr U C Carpen eboward fe twoyeatr were as tine as day horse can show Dignity Daro is only five years old and If ho dont beat old Chester both as a sir and a show horse many will bo disa wasora cent sorrel with tho richest of breed nomany KinYg dividual King David has both slzo an action and should make a slro second to nono Doe Dryo was a little lato getting out with W M Dodds Gallon but ho came like lightning when ho did appear As fat as a mole and In tho pink of perfection this son of Gam botta Wilkes was a pretty picture deed Doo mado him stop In about 210 on tho street which made some the farmers present open thou eyes the roadster ring last year Gallon show ed what ho could do and tho public long since learned what a great brae er he Is Mr Dodd also exhibited a handsome maro by him Mlsa Dett composehojackoan at good ones Mr King would have other kind Many wero that the popular Naboth was not hibited EG W Easier services wore hold at tho Presbyterian church Sunday by Dr Green of Danville Gripa prevalent hornui present In some cases every mamba of the fam- Ily bolas down with It Rev H McDowell and Eld J B McKlnney are attending Presbytery at Harrodsburg Mrs Catherine DIal no toll from her door step to tbe ground several days ago but was not seriously Injured Mrl1 W Allen has return cd from Louisville Miss Beulah Van Aredale of last liweakhas been appointed to a position In the patent olllce at Washington Mrs Hel en B Huffman Is In Cincinnati Rev B J Plnkcrton Is convalescent after an attack of the grip Miss Mary Leo Logan Is visiting relatives In Boyle isses Mattlo Meoefeo and Anna Cook a John Menefee of Stanford were hero with relatives Sunday Miss Mar the Wblto Doll of Caldwell College Danvlllo In tho guest of her sister MreT W Lockrldgo Misses Lyle Cooper and Lucy Leo Walton of Stan rd spent several days with tiles Ruth MT VERNON The county levy has been placed at 30 centsa beIstrument aro already In circuit It Is claimed that Paint Lick has a ben that doesnt lay on Sunday This place hoe ono that never lays Mr Mitchell Taylor was up from Mtddleburg looking at tho Laurel timber lands of Spark Co with a view to purchasing 1600 acres thereof The Royal Arch Masons of this place had a preliminary meeting Wed need ay eight Application has been made for a charter to establish a chapter here Somo people remove tbo summer shutters from their doors at end of season others tee farther ahead and allow them to remain for next year and remlndlltbemopen the two shutters to the door In stead of onebG F his attention to the cultivation of gin sees some six years ago and today hasv threefourths an acre During 1899 It Is claimed he sod 110000 worth and he estimates tbe remainder of his crop at 120000 Why cant some Rockcaatlo parties tako up this enterprise and coin money Charles Williams who was jailed at Richmond on tho charge of stealing a wagon and team belonging to his em ployere Davis Casper will bo Thursday Mr Casper married Miss Gentry of this place some months since and has been working the feather renovating business In this and adjoin log counties very successfully- J J Lawrence made a trip to Lex ington Davis Casper leather ren ovating outtlt passed hero Monday o their to Science Hill These aro- claverbullnets people O J lowery has moved to town and Is soiling In the Pennlogton storehouse Tho- Pout died of typhoid fover at Living ston yesterday U G Baker will not movo to Livingston Ml Vernon Is rapidly regaining Ibo largo trade It enjoyed years ago The merchants whom It appeared were asleep for a long tIme hens awakened to the fact that more hustle was ncces sary The younger element aro adding now life to business and enterprises Besides the largo business completed and under construction a big exclusive furniture house a drug store building and residences are to bo con structed this year Our merchants havo larger stocks than over In the history of their business and all aro pleased with the outlook MATRIMONIAL MATTERS aA married masher at Newport was brotherIformance Twin brothers married twin etkto at Wcstorvllle 0 Sunday and now theIr friends are singles Oh What Will the Harvest Be wdus dog at Nashvlllo and afterwards ma- rled r her committed suloldo at Balti more when she deserted him Frank Lane of Casey county and Miss Mary F Shoppcrson of this county worn married at tbo residence of Mr Joe Weatherford In tho Brad fordsvlllo districtLebanon Falcon pratIDlbb will bo married April 20 to M tord formed by Rov E O Guorrant optmologldIt Cuudliln of Citx200 apart J K Parker killed V A Antonolla at Lexington over a trivial quarrel In Virginia a company has been formed to make artificial marble of milk of lime salt and marshmallow root together with cement 0 LANCASTER Mr F P Friable has gone to Louis ville to remain several sags Another daughter was born at W J Romans on Monday morning lie will have to push the About 12 oclock Friday night there bell called the town up and a flame which had started in Mr L F Hubble house was soon subdued J C Slier Co sold for tbo South ern market three geldings at 160 to twotresband bou ntof Sam Anderson one horse at 182 60 and of R H Whlttaker a gelding at lao Judge Qurnslde fined Bob Carrier 15band sons him to jell for 50 days for Iboothf on the highway Judge Brown issued warrants agalrst Bruce Arnold and George Conn charging them with shooting in town Saturday nlgbt 7 The case boa not been beard On Saturday night about 11 Huck Burnsldo and soother Negr shootingffraytbo left else Ho was taken to Dr Ac tons oOlco and from there home Drs Acton and Wesley will probe for tbo ball today Monday Burnsldo was lodged In jail he having received very slight wound On Sunday at 1 oclock Miss Mar garet Harris aged about 75 died at the home of Judgo Burnsldo where sho bad Jived and been tenderly cared for onlybrotberwith whom Ibo had always lived Fu byneveday at 2 oclock Sbo was a membe- of the Methodist church und a worthy and an estimable lady Col J W Miller has been In bed for several days suffering with an attack of lumbago Jailer Ross is recovering llempbillfor 845 Judge Hemphlll bought a Perryillea beautiful and valuable team Eld Geo InfirmaryInbis health Three trustees are to bo elected for the Lancaster Graded School on tbe first Saturday In May One of the trus thedTheyhavehighly flourishing condition and it la hoped that three good men will be presentigbstandaid schooln h was and tho Easter exercises prepared by the Epworth Lea uewere Abouet portrRYIng caused the spirit to revive aa the ro rcsblnjr shower and genial sunshine revives vegetation Mrs G M Pat trace presided at tho organ and Mrs J M Logan R U Ward and Roe Robinson furnished sweet and soul re freshloj music Mr John Barton made a good pilgrim RsIn lobo police court Judgo Brown dismissed 18 warrants against Negroes charging them with Pdlllhp llqua unlawfullybecause be decided local op tion prevails and ho would not have lion I jurisdiction the maximum fine being AttorneyWilliams oity ordinance and Marshal Pierce CarryRobinsonIn each of five cases Anderson Leave was lined 150 and wont to the war gorewas fined 1100 and Harry Huffmau ISO Three fines amount to 1315 and 1200 ThIboa can caged and it now looks like It will be done BISUARKS IRON HEHYE Jnclowllablewhere Stomach tlrer Kidney and Dowels tbeIUCCOM e lottsoatlenoy4Drug r WORLDty Rem Creekrago we a severe cold and troublesome cough and having read thou advertlf cmcnts in our own and other pa pers we purchased a bottle to see if It would affect us It cured us before tbe bottle was more than halfueacl It ia the coughsThesale by CraIg 4 Hocker Druggists John H Walker who recently mov Kontuekywn8a woman He refused to give thenaraea saying flop did not livo at Iodomo Loxingtn W C GREENING t HUSTONVILLE EY Has Just opened and has ready for your Inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE 7 Including a lull and complete line of HARDWARE I He also torso Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac He will hold buy and manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and Is always In the market for SHINGLES He will exchange hie goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce The time of the singing of birds Is come and the voice of the turte Is heard In wouldslogeTHE GLOBE 6011IDg thedovalues No misrepresentations to destroy confidence We always buy back at the purchase price any article that Is unsatisfactory after home inspection This Is Our Business Platform ofyourepectlon You will find our styles and prices as near right as any house In Danville Ittpays to Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co OXFORDSTwo or threebutton Oxfords are stylish also Lace Welts heavy soles In Kid and Patent LeatherFor walking or street Shoe As usual readwe are to furnish you what you wan t 1M5W SHOES FOB MEN Always call on us Our fqrte Is wear resisters and polite attention CALD WELL LANIER DanvilleThe Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danvile A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD EENTUOZY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for J yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber nth Shingles Etc I I will duplicate any prices offered THE FOX ART GALLERY KYtThis is now the most uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re opticaleclenccTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the veryLkatest Designs its jVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit paintingAmoDg s reodulrtwill save yon money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky CollegerWILLIAM SHELTON PUESIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MRS NANNIE S 8AUFLEY Lady Principal J A ALLEN ci CO Oontractors Arid IBiiilcLers rSTANFORD KY rraSuhB Cooks e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 17 1900 w P WALTON IT ie said that there occurs a period In tbe life of every man when ho thinks he can write poetry and for that rea people are lenient with those who fall especially If they do the best they can It Is unfortunate however at this Juncture when Congressman Gil bert Is announcing his candidacy for reelection that Editor Brown of the Spencer Courier should fish out a pa per published In Taylorsvllle In and reproduce a pome Indited by the then resident of that place 1t Is eo abominably bad that we fear It will In jure Mr Gilberts chances materially and Bro Brown should not have taken such a mean advantage of a man whom we are sure never did him any harm The pome is entitled The Blue Eyed Lassie and Is composed of the unlucky number of 13 versed unlucky because he hadnt stopped at 12 or lees We Intend to support Mr Gilbert with the best we have In our shop but the perusal of his poetical effort has thrown a damper over our enthusiasm which we are unable to dispel Peruse the sample verses dear reader and If you can find It In your heart to condone the offense on account of the lapse of 31 years and the general reformation ol the accused do so and vote to return him to Congress If not let the sins of his youth be punished as they seem to deserve Here are tbe best of the lit was by the wandering rivulet wave Where roaming summer spread her That listened neath the sequestered shade To hallowed words that were lavished then Struck with her Intrinsic worth That soared above the envious and uglySought congenial to her birth On tbe cushions of an antiquated buggy This murder of the Muses U almost with malice aforethought and the res urrectlon of the old crime at this time shows that the evil that men do lives both while they do and after they do not But let us try to forgive and for get The accused was young then but now be knows better and having raia ed a large and Interesting family who are In no wise to blame for his aseaalt on rbymph rhyme and reAson let us pull the veil over his early Indiscretions IT seeafI to be the desire ot each Congressman to loot the treasury as much as possible by getting all he can for his constituents going on the Idea that as the money Is going bo and his had as well get icas the other fellows Con gressman Gibson of the 2d Tennessee district shows that ho considers the get allyou can plan la the one to win and In a letter to his people announc- Ing his candidacy for re election he sums up his achievements thus Eight hundred and 23 war claims put through amounting to 8120Q000 05 private pension bills 41 men commissioned In the army by his Influence 29 postmaster establlshIed29000 packages of seeds sent pamphlets and books sent 167000 copt lee of his owe speeches sent out and 47QOO letters to bin constltuenas If this doesnt get him an endorsement the other candidates who are putting up the same plea had as welt throw up the spongeIwill meet for tbe first time at Chicago May 1 at the Laketldo Club celebra j tion that la if too latter accepts the invitation It Is the desire of the lead ers to cucourage tbe admiral and make a good democrat out of him He claims to be one now though ho has never voted Perhaps after all the ticket may read Bryan and Dewey Stranger things have happened Besides we do not see how it could be improved upon TAYLOR Is in Washington doubtless to be ready to skip when an indictment Is found against him for being acces spry before and after the fact in the i assassination of Gov Goebel though he claims he la there to after his case before the supreme court If he would stand the ghost of a show ho should conceal his ugly mug from the court and keep his carcass well in the rear COL BERRY is serving his last term In Congress it appears from the opposition to him every where and let us hope that he Is If a democrat at all which we doubt be is not the right kind and has no business to misrepresent the largest democratic district in Kentucky Already a half dozen can dldates fofibls place are announced TUB devil continues to have Imita tors Col Brecklnrldgo quoted large ly from the scripture in his Sunday ed itorial In the Lexington Herald And speaking of his Satanic majesty the colonel Is about as plausible as he i IF suspicion has fastened itself upon the acting governor be has chiefly him self to thank for it Courier Journal And If he Is not banged for his appar ent guilt he will have the court anJ jury to thank for ItI TAYLOR writes to a Philadelphia sympathizer We are struggling on the best wo can treading the wino press alone trusting that Ho who rules all things may guide our stops aright and lead us out of the crucial test un harmed Its too late to put up such a prayer now The murder Is out nod tho penalty is demanded Tho hypocritical procurer of assassination must pass through the crucial test and dangle by the neck in mida- irTHE LATEST LOUISVILLE Apr170 AM The mill ry force at Statehouse has been reduced one thtrd Policy supposed to bo grad ual wltbdrawal to avoid Ignominy ot a formal evacuation when the supreme court decides Entire White Squadron to escort Gov Allen to Porto Rico and u8tal latlon to be marked by great pomp Washington story says that Dowey is willing to bo Bryans running mate CD WASHINGTON April 16The Iftn tucky governorship contest case was docketed In the United States supremo court and the hearing set for April 30 attorneys to have four hours each to argue the question of jurisdiction About Conspirators and Assassins The grand jury at Frankfort adjourn ed Saturday till today No Indictments have been returned yet but a number have been fonnd It is said Hang the conspirators and burn tbe assassins at the stake That Is the cry of all law abiding and lawloving jeo pie of Kentucky Georgetown News That Bill Taylor shielded the assas sin of Goebel everybody knows that be know who he was from the hour the shot was fired if not before everybody believes Owensboro Messenger The Somerset Paragon says some of Its readers havo took pains to kick at its plain and open fight against Wm Goebel for governor Perhaps they taken offense at the republican meta ods for stamping out Goebcllsm Hop kinsvllle Kentuckian Demurrers were filed by the repub licans in the suits for possession of the minor offices and were submitted vlth out argument If the demurrers aro over ruled by Judge Cantrill then the democrats will file a demurrer to the answer of the republicans Lewis McQuown and Helm Bruce representing tbe democrats and republicans respectively left Saturday for Washington to present the C en tuckv gubernatorial case before the Uhltcd States supreme court They expect to get an Immediate hearing Since Auditor Sweeneys name has been published by the Courier Journal as having connection with Goobel as sassination bo has probably discovered that a Christian gentleman feels more at home in the service the Sanctuary than traveling that broad road 01I politics that so seldom leads to man sions in the skies Harrodsburg Democrat CHURCHES AND PREACHERSI It Is said that New York spent 81 EasterI at Me Sunday at 11 A M Rev F W Allens Easter sermon was a gem The choir rendered some appropriate anthems very beautifully Rev G B Taubmana church at Portsmouth 0 has had 65 additions since ho took charge a few months ago IThe demand for a new creed Is grow ing in tho Presbyterian church Park hurat says that the man is a fiend who could believe that a child Is damned even before it Is bornIThe shortest text In Louisville Sun day was that of Rev Carter Helm Jones It was one word Therefore Ho said it was the hinge on the open grave of Jesus tho resurrection tberetlore and tbo ascension At tbe conclusion of his sermon ho baptized four converts One was his daughter Mlea Catherine Page Jones Courier Joupnal Marshall gerund Wallace the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Georgo A Eubanks drove toI Danville yesterday afternoon and were married by Rov Mr Humphries TbeyI will make their home with his Mr and Mrs M F Herring In tbeI West End The groom is an indue trious clever young man while the pleasantIfor today at Frankfort He will bo rep resented by his brotberlnIaw Assis tant United States District Attorney J G FltzpatIck of Louisville Judg- eI Williams and James Andrew Scott of Frankfort and Messrs Houk and Mynatt of Knoxvlllo- John T Lynn who married Miss Kittle Wray ot this place was married again at St Louis last week to Miss Palmer This Is hla fourth mar riage Mr R E White of the Hubble sec tlon has been notified of the death of his sister Mrs Col Reid at Rock Hill S C Heart disease was tbo trouble The Confederates of Boyle met yesterday and decided to have a big dinner May court day at which Capt T D English will preside Capt E W Llllarda company of State guards at Danvlllo will be mus tered in Friday- i Mrs Elizabeth May died at her homo near Parkavlllo Sunday aged 83 Mrs David Smith died at Bryants vlllo yesterday aged 89 J w POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Kansas City is figuring on 100000 visitors during tho democratic onveno tlon Congressman Joseph Weldon Bailey will be the next U S Senator from Texas sure as shot Wballen has at fast gotten the mon ey back 4500wtth which bo tried to bribe Senator Ilarrel The House committee has decided to allow a million dollars annually to the militia oJ tho several States George B Corlolyou of Now York has been appointed secretary to the president vice John Addison Porter resignedSenator Morgan will be returned al most unanimously Irom Alabama Ho beat Gov Johuston clear out of tight in tbo primaries Saturday By a vote of 240 to 15 the House adopted a resolution for a constitution al amendment providing for tbe elec tion of U S Senators by direct you ot the people- A call has been Issued to the repub licans ot the 8th Congressional district to meet in district convention atNlch olasvllle May 0 for tho purposO ot and two alternates electing two delegates National convention to the republican BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Irby M Moore who fell downstairs at the LouUvllle Hotel sues for 1271 SOOThe L S N was mulcted 15000 at- Frankfor1 for killing Erasmus Breed IngIThe Paris exposition opened Saturday condi but in a very Incomplete tionSevere rain and snowstorms prevail In Colorado Wyoming New Mexico and Kansas which Is theA pint of Ionone strongest violet extract sold at New York for 81200 At a miners riot In Somerset county Pa three men were killed and another perhaps fatally Injured The army In the Philippines now numbers G35S5 officers and men ot whom 32203 are volunteers v Ceo H Scripps one of the founds of the Scripps McRao Newspaper League died at San Diego Cal Five hundred soldiers mostly cavalrymen were sent to the scene of the Italian laborers strlkoat Croton Dam New York LAND AND STOCK Considerable corn bas been planted In Madison At Chicago last week 3500 Colorado lambs sold at 71ezDogs killed five sheep for George W Pulllam the other night- J F Cook bought of William Gooch bunch of fat holts at 3Jc Love LUiard sold his lambs to D N Prewltl forJune delivery at 60 Beazloy Bros bought of Islalh White bunch of shoats at 3 40 to Sic Brady Terry bought of J H White a fat cow weight 1225 pounds at4c 10 fresh cows for sale or will ex change for dry cows I S Tevls Shelby City Tbe horse show at Danville yester day was declared oil on account of tho bad weather- I want to buy the seasons of several good brood mares to breed to jacks M 8 Baughman D L Moore of Mercer sold yearlings and two year olds at Danvlllo yesterday at about Tic W H Murphy bought ot John S Murphy 20 100pound shoats at 4o and an extra good mule for Fou SALEA secondhand corn Good condi planter and chcckrowcr n J K Baughman Hustonville Lamb and wool buyers are numerous tbe former going at 5fc and the latter at 25 cents per pound Georgetown NewsIn Columbia Tenn a car load ot fine mules were sold at auction The first pair were sold 8347 50 and many were sold at 8150 John Drye formerly of this nnnianvia county bas bought Mrs Alma farm near Providence church in Mercer at 850 per acre J A Young of Cumberland county had 00 rattle on the Danvlllo market yesterday but only sold eight They were and brought e2t DANVILLK COURTA crowd attended court yesterday notwithstand ing the rain but trading was dull Hardly It third of the 500 on the market changed bands Tbe best year lings and twoyearolds brought about 5c Heifers were one cent lower Butcher cattle were in demand at 24 to 3Ic A few mules sold at 870 to 900- t the class of horses olTered was not wanted at any price- ADDITIONAL LOCALI SOME late things in gents neck wear at J P Jones MILLET and sugarneseed at Big gins fc MoKlnnoya I MUST have what Owe mo with out delay My business must be settled urJW Perrin A IRAphc L joker fooled a gay and festive old bachelor yesterday into hir ing a buggy and going to a damsels homo to take her to the circus but ho found on interviewing her that it dam sell and that he was out the costI of the buggy a Doo MUZZLES of all sizes at WarrenI k Shanks CRAIG r HOCKKK aro improving their store room with paper and paint TUB Derby will runDitty 3 and the Lr N will make a very low rate WITHERS is headquarters for fine and cheap wall paper Large selection of fine Cblncso and Japanese mat- dnjts DAVID GIVES a known darkey died near McKinney Sunday less than an hour after having been bapt ted In a tub Ho had been sick a long time YOUR ntionhe called to the advertisement of W C Greening who has just opened a good stock of general merchandise and hardware at Huston ville r MR S P STAOO has traded his real ccnco here occupied by Mr R Cobb to James H Morris of Shelby for a lot of land adjoining his farm In Shelby county LOST between Stanford and Halls Gap Sunday a blue coat lined with saticen with a pair of kid gloves In the pocket Return to Miss Paulino Meier MEMnERS of tbe Hop Club are requested to meet at the office of Homer Wray Wednesday night at 8 K M for the purpose of making final ar rangements for tbe summer dance Hart Pickett president WITHERS ball about 95000 worth of Furniture Carpets and Wall Paper sought before the advance and any ar ticle that suits you is sold bill price are so low therefore the chains are loosed from the dogs of war MISS M B GlVKNS a Stanford colored teacher send us the comprehensive program of the closing exorcise of tbe public school at Midway of which she Is teacher and which will bo held in Ceilings Opera House Thursday and Friday MANY a fox hound which was also a sheep killing canine bas bit the dust since the raid on J B Foster nock when 134 wore killed or ruined It II said that the hunters have promised to reimburse Mr Foster for Lis loss and several of them declare that they havo ridden their last time in a race for a ixTimCentral Kentucky Medical As sociation Dr H Brown president will hold a meeting bore Thursday next Dr J B Klnnalrd of Lancas tel will discuss the Medical Treatment of Diphtheria Dr Ed Alcorn of flue tonville the Surgical Treatment of Diphtheria and Dr L B Cook of tbl place will read a voluntary paper on Immunity and Serum Therapeutics Ix the Carter Carneal etc VI Thomas McRobcrts administrator of Joseph Stewart a statement of which was made In our last It was decided by Judge Sautloy that the administrator was responsible for his agent and attorney W J Perrin and adjudged that ho pay the amount stat ed by Commissioner R C Warret with a small change less certain cred its This will make Mr Mcltoberta pay about 88600 and ho has decided to set tIe it Attorney P M Mclloberta tells us without further litigation Thus after being in the courts for CO years tbo matter is at last about to go oil the docket First and last Mr MoRoberu has paid over 414000 for 700 acres of land originally worth less than 81 an aU s BACK FROM TilE WItMr Moses U Tanner of the US Engineer Corps returned from the Philippines Friday having been honorably discharged with firstclass papers at the end of the time for which be enlisted three years The discharge papers show that he was In active service during the SpanishAmerican war and that ho was In six or eight battles In tnt Phil- Ippines Ho thinks them has been bad management In the Islands and that tbo government Is being swindled out of millions by army officers and others Tho Fllllplnos could have long since been conquered had there been better men at the head Mr Tannersalled on the transport Sheridan March Oth and landed at San Franctcco April 5 There were on the ship 107 discharged sol dlora 135 army prisoners and 100 dead bodies of soldiers The fare hither was terrific and what little they got was filthily prepared One mar died ho thinks of starvatlonon the sea Mr Tanner was in the Philippines Oi montha and being in the engineer corps saw a great deal of the Islands of which ho la not very favorably Impress ed He brought back many relics in cluding some Chinese wooden money samples of which he gave us eight pieces making a cent in ours Mr Tanner has seen hard service but stood up well under it and returned In good health Ho has enough of army Jife though and will try something else in the futu- reDTL FOR SHL6 Leading Hotel In Someritt wltH good liiulneu will xll or trine for goof dock firm principally gnu dreM INTKRIOK JOURNAL Decriiig Binder For Sale No Deering Hinder has cut only tlilrtf acres of grain Will sell very cheupas I Jane sold mv wheat crop H Shelby City Ky I o cw + LOUISVILLE STORE Bargains for This WeekI Every item quoted In this advertise ment is way under regular prices Our louse is too small fqr our Increasing bust ness our stock in too large for our house our prices are low enough to move the goods Be on thVi alert for the cowing bargains Special Prices For This Week 10 yards of the following brandy of Calicoes Indigo Hlufe Simpson Gray Light Shirting lrlnts nail Fancy Cnllcoos only 3Jc per yard this week only ro plead of lOc Falcon Percale put on special sale this week 5c Apron Checked Gingham worth Cc this week 4jc Checked Shirting Cotton Casket brand worth 7e special price 4jo 20 pieces Outing Cloth worth 7c life week Cc Good yard wide Dleach Cotton I Jc- 20Inch Plaid Suiting lOc quality will be put In ibis weeks sale Ic281nc1l Novelty 1Uld Dress Goods double width worth 20c ipo cUl price IOc 25 Dozen Mens Silk finished Suspenders manufactured to sell at 35c special price this week ICc Ladles seamless Black hose 63 Ladles Black or Tan Cotton Hose drop stitch worth 16c ipeclil price this week Oc Men Fancy Seamless Socks fut color 20c quality special price this week lOo tens Negligee Shirt Collar and Cuffs attached Me quality special price UBc 10 Dozen Heavy Woik Shirts for men worth tOe special prior 24c Minces low cut ellppers12a to 2s worth 60C cut price S6c Ladles Patent Tip Oxford 30c 48 Pairs Ladles plain toe Button Shoe all solid leather worth II 50 this week OSfl ae long as thry last Our lino of MenaShoei brim fnll of choice bargains anything from a 75c Buckle 1low Shoe to a fine fl Viol Kida12 Dozen Pants for men Cauimerc Cheviot and Worsted sot a pair in the lot worth 1081 than 1225 take your choice 1139 4 One lot of il 60 Clay Wonted fable special price ISo We are piloting supremo values In Men and Boy Suits In New Spring Styles LOUISVILLESTORE Salinger Bros ProsTHOS D ItANKY Manager O CfOOOTO OO OO OOOO OOCTcTO Cf 5 CreCTO CrCJ 0 0 0 tl O O- o 0- Wg t Iut Mc JOJ3EJT 1 g- g DRUGGIST STANFORD o OtEllA IIOU8K BLOCK O goo Special Attention Given to the Compounding of IrocliHon Scientifically t and with Cure 0 ggo nnnnnnnnnnonoooooooooooo NewArticles A NEWToaRANCE J Coveted with Aluminum See It before buying any other Tho Dewey SelMtastiot f Roaster And Baker The Condenser has the Fowl batting thoroughly ilnrlng entire time it In routing A new combined extension Step Ladder the best ladder on the markets Higgins McKinney o e BIO STOCK OFeasattia1g 121218 AT 25 30e i PER YARD W aE PERKINS SCrabOrchard Ky I t Mutual Benefit Life Insurance CoI Of Newark New Jersey uORGANIZED 1845 JT Assets 56941971778 Liabilities 0 840707215 Surplus 502569322 The Heat IolievThe Best rornpany Annual Dividends Fctoro placing yonr era i pllcaticatlon for Life Insurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky CjrKcforcnccs Our Policy Holders u 1 u 1 tllL UIJL DANVILLE KENTUCKY Great Special Sale OF LADIBS SUITS r Beginning tomorrow wo will have a special sale of Ln dies Fine Tailormade Suits at lowest prices such suits were over heard of The suits are all firstclass and wo intend to make the prices so low that every one of the fiftyf or sixty women who purchase them will become a walking mull talking advertisement for our Suit Department That is why we do thisIIf you aro at all interested in Suits come in and look this line over1rc 1m vo ovorysixo but not every size in each snit Wo have divided those into two lots 998Eton Suits made of fine allwool with thTallctalinedEton Suits made of fine allwool Ycnitiun Cloths with Tafictalincd coats Come in black navy castor and tan horowSorgo coat silllinedSeEton Snits made of fine stripo gray mix cloth worth 150 n yard All of those suits arc finely tailored and aro in latest shnpcsI750 Iv0 give a concise list of suits in this lot with former prices As there is but ono and two of a kind of these como early I Sizes 31 and 30 Gray Zibolleno Suits sold at 1500 U 30 Nu1ya tr n 1500 in 30 Blue Mix att 1950I H 30 Gray Covert 1500 t jtr 31 30 38 Brown Youitian Suits withIskirt both Tnnbtnlinetl sold at 1350 u 32 30 Same Suits in Blncltt 1350 i 50Uj 32 Blue Homespun Silklined 1nt 1350 j U 32 Pearl Gray Ycnitian Suitt 1250 u 38 Castor Venitian Eton Suit handsoma t ly braided coat skirt sold at 1500 tt 3J Pearl Gray in same suit sold at 1500I 30 New Blue in same sold at 1500 32 Scotch Tweed Suit sold at 1800 As IItoobut these low at tho original prices they certainly must be gdod value at 750 for choiclIRainy Day Skirts 398 PVO have six of these left They are made of plaid Golf Suiting worth 2a yard nail it requires thr yards of it to make a skirt t 30 FOR 15jOne Light Tali Suit size 31 and ono Blue Gray Mix t Suit size 30 both lined throughout coat and skirt withI finest Tafibta wo sold them at S30 wo oiler now at 15 each 1 Danville Kentucky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky APRIL 17 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUB best materials combined with goodroeufte PennyugPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Dn J G GAIUENTKU went to Lon don yesterday THOMAS II SHANKS attended the oratorical contest at Lexington M F ELKlNreturned homo yesterday for a few dayn from Calletteburc REV MILES SAUNDEUS was the gu est of his eon Hon J N Saunders MRS DR J M BLACK of Knoxvllle is visiting her mother Mrs M K Fith for teStbrothers Gui NRERrty BRIGHT Is in Casey working up a lot of timber bo bought near Gilpin Miss ETHEL WALTER of Stanford Is the guest of Mrs J J BeganCor bin Pathfinder MRS D C ALLEN has returned m Asbcvjllo N C somewhat Improved In healthwOUR old friend J R Hardin of Far rlstoo Is rejoicing over the arrival of mm und democrat- J NEVIN CARTER has been assigned a storekeeper and gauger to a distil lery at Camp Nelson MRSJ MAT MARTIN of Lincoln Is visiting her sons A C and T L Mar tlnSomer6et Journal MISSES MAY HUGHES and Alice Hudson of Lancaster spent yesterday with Mrs G A McRoberts Miss ALVIRA VANARSDALE came pendBaterMitt J B CROUCH was so Sunday at her husband could not fill his ap at the Baptist church MR AND slits J H SwopEare back from Louisville where they wont to newhomeHON W W STRPHCNSON ex nator from the Harrodsburgdlmrlct was hero yesterday making an abstract of a title MRS MAIN BOWMAN and daughter Miss Virginia Bowman of Danville spent several days at the Galt House XHilsville last week Miss GRACE GHINSTEAD now of Richmond and Gilbert Grinitead of the same city spent several days with th BeazleyMissGeorge town College was the guest of Miss Anne Cook Huffman for the oratorical contest Friday Lexington Herald Mlsf ALICE CAIIUELL of Huston vllle who is at the Joseph Price In IrmarVjfpcnt several days with her brother W F Cabbcll at Lebanon MR A ADDAMS manager of tho Lebanon Branch of tho Lexington In vestment Co was hero Saturday and said ho is doing a tine business In hl now borne- MitNAIOLEONSAMPSON of Halls Gap Lincoln county has been visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Sampson near town She has been quito ill Hnrrodsburg Democrat HON G A LACKEY has returns from Louisville where ho went to hisIe very much improved andIw yesterday from a feu months stay in Florida Mrs Robinson- health was greatly Improved and bt lobIn a gained 17 unds of good flesh It A McGitATH JR came all the way from Dryuntsvlllo to buy some of paperbysome to a man who lives on Kcntusky r CaseyWE a former Rockcnstlo citizen the other day in Stanford It was tho bravo and tearless Bob Jones who Is doing tva o pleatfSignalCC Montgomery Ala spent a few days here returning from Richmond where he went to take J ShacKelford home Mr Shackelfer- who Is employed in the L N t Alabamas Capital was run down an engine and had both bones of h leg broken above the ankle Miss KATE ALCOItN was choa sponsor by tho Thos Napier Camp Confederate Veterans hero Saturday afternoon She Is a daughter of Adju tant J W Alcorn the 4th In command of tbo famous Gth Kentucky and la as bright as sho Is pretty Tba camp will likely go to the reunion at Lout vlllo in a body THE Versailles Sun says Dr J W Bryant of Stanford who takes charge of a drug store hero is one of tho best prescription compounders in the State physicianStanfordStato Board of Health bear testimony ushighintodwolltng heartywelcome LOCAL HAPPENINGS TAKE a bath at Ed Wilkinsons good watch work FOR a nice saddle go toG H Farris lv Co EcounterDRY oooDSat cost for cash until clos ed out G HI Farris k CoIIMANY new Oxfords in the latest Style Cummlcs ft McClary THERE will be another hop at Wal tons Opera House Friday night TAKE a glance at the Exeter egg window In Cummins McClarys WIDE Torchorn aces beautiful patters at 60 per yard J P Jones WALL Paper newSpring styles and prices are right W B McRoberts WE have many nice thins for Eas r Watch our windows Cummins FOR millet seed sweet potatoes and garden seeos of all kinds go to Hill Beck SEE tbo fashionable woolens on dis play at our store today only Cummins li McClaryII1S I WILL remain In Lancaster all this eek but will be at my gallery next week Miss Sacray TIOER Champion corn planters Disc harrows Brown and Mollno cultivators Higglns S MoKlnneyII ANTIRUST tinware polishes like nickel guaranteed never to rust out at G H Farris k CosIIHAY Straw Corn Oats Shlpstuff and all kinds of feed sold for cash only J H Baughman ft CoII eggsdegtrs L STevIs SbelbyOltyII TEDDY Is the name of a new post office In Casey and Miss Mary E Corn best has been appointed postmaster finewexport cattlenow and you aro missing It if you aro not getting your meat from them II OLD MOCK WHISKY G D Weath crford has a contract for fullcontrol and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Hue tonvlllc H C MockIIIT rained all day yesterday and last night and was still at It this and belpg warm the buds and the are fairly leaping into life EASTER was as One a day as over coma in April but tho woman who had a new hat on at church Sunday was the exception and not the rule PETTIT Undertaker McClary sent a casket to Livingston last night for Thomas Pcttlt who died there yester day of typhoid fever He left a family OUR line of colored and black Dress Goods and Silks is the largest ever pros o seen them Severance it Sons THE Young Peoples Missionary So ciety had an Easter show down Sunday when over J20 was reported raised by JosephinedCooper were awarded prizes for mak fag the largest collections All the little oiks who attended were given an Easter egg chippedr atetherthj express was but 8550 Cashier McRoberls says that ho would have hipped twice as much if he could have gotten tho proper kind of a box Do posltors pay in sliver and the bank cant refuse to take it but very few men will take It from the bank except in small quantities consequently it accu mulates rapidly FERRET vs RATSEx Reynolds Ballowywhich was witnessed by a largo crowd of people The ferret was put Into a trap in which four very largo rats had boon caught and In a few minutes ho had the last ono dead as a door nail fleckbs aslatame as a Wayaceburgof CLOSE CALLA driver for Russells livery stable at Junction City bad a close call the other night Ho had been to McKinney to take a gentleman and tall asleep Just after leaving that place for home The horse left the pike and In crossing the railroad track It is supposed that the buggy got caught In a cattle guard This it is thought stopped tbo animal but the boy still slept All went well until a troublehacame gy and boy wero knocked Into an ad joining sold bqt strange to say neither buggyowas smithereens J f Special Announcement Display of Fashionable Spring Woolens today only Tuesday April 17lli rrA AN EXPERT TAILOR 1 In attendance to take your measure We will personally guarantee a Stylish and PERFECT FIT y With ovary order entrusted to his care Now Is your opportunity to place your order for your Spring Suit Pants o- rFANCY VESTS Elthqr for immediate or future delivery CUMMINS II CLABY NSW s Dre GooU I thoEasternAll Wool Black Battisto 42 inch 8bc Mercerized Black Liberty Cloth 44 inch gl Black German Surah Cloth 48 Inch 41 Black Peau De Soiro Silk 10 inch 8135 Black Satin Duchess extra heavy 21 inch f x Satin striped Cliallles 28 Inch 35c New things In Xr t CHIFFON NET AND MUSLIN TIES Agent For The Famous BOWAGrUffifc 8 C JSET 1JOHN P JONES Stanford I m Shirt WaistsI InIAlso material to make Shirtwalsts scat variety We have a great many ii WA1GOODSAnd ifdifferent patterns to show you from 5c Lawn to 31 60 yard Silks xi OJ iLWi1JsO For Ladles and Children In all styles of tho celebrated Zelgler mak e f I SEVERANCE SONSiOpposite Court House rlP ihW= o cJ PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 StanfordKy When You Need i Paints Oils Consult Craig locker Stanford 4THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford tU teconddats matter 2ttgOllnYadTuaiayoasr dS ridava Ar 1 PER YEAR CASH lWhennotsopatdte2OOwlltbecbargedTHE Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only IRSTCLASSllotol rr1EPOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts o the City Everything neat and clean Produce And Junk Wanted I We ban located In Stanford for the purchase EEs ChlctenllllIdeit Wool Feathers eng aDa or Cut iron we PiT we hundred store cut 2Jc for Done 40c pet nor hundred Rags and tbeblgheitcaih price for Drawl Copper lie Our offite and shop are on IJe pot tit two doon from Mtlo llringln your IroI l dOlce and set our prlIJ Gold and J UlckofT J+ G4McCMY TOTDBBTAKBeB Manufacturer and Dealear In SAE1TBSS SADDUERY 0I Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS tTNDEB1AXEItS sir DEAIKBS IS furniture BIattitigsRugs And Wall Paper Tney will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Green RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky VAXVrArtfKKWI or Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets Anti Yarns ROLL CARDING an- dlaoofYarnlugle2plyor3ply in any color Our Machinery to ant claa all the goods made by us we guarantee to outwear the product cl any other ruilli =Jean wade at yard 01 wool required for a yard Flannel at 9 oz wool required Plain uDdRy 12yc a oz wool requlrod Extra heavy Twill U3 or wool required It colored red or blue 5 eu wore All Wool sa pair 8 wool required to a pair t Ingle Yam lOe lb 18 oar woo required to the pound 2 or SpiT Yaro ISc Ib II ot wool Ie to pound extra for red blue or Black In yarnRolle carded at 913o a pound Our Motto High Grado Goods lIardI Time Prices Encourage home Induitry OUetmnloymrnt b homo labor Why tend your work to illiunt when you can get a better article at home for com puailrely the same price We solicit youi pa uoaue guarantee to gin aallifactlon qual ity of work In price and In fair dealing Bring UI yoar work anti we convince you that our Was are not extravagant Wool taken In ex change or goods at market e Write or call and get our price lromplttenUon to all Inqul Ici Agents wanted Wool In Iota of 100 l omdi or OTer IreUbt one way We do not pay any freight on lour lent than 101 pounds UIVKK butts Shlpplcj Point McKlnney Phil Casey Obhy Isaiah White Ag nt Stanford Ky air=1ylsaneeseaaeil Pa1AU U ZOCISVILLZTQ CaICACO Trtiaa Morning and Evening from Un on Station 10th and Broadway Passengers information and nice to Minnesota Nebraska seat poInts in tho far West including Oal BeraiaUh6uld Address FrasiV J Reed Gen Jwi AgtJ ElI Bacon 1as Agt WH lcDoeJVicePreS Oon Mng- rOharleaE Rockwell Traffic bingr SQLDIERING IN THE our T CALCMPIT P Lllir 5The most wclcomu visitor at homo waa the I J and it most certainly is to ono 13000 miles away No matter whore I go I have the dear old INTERIOR to lollow me and Its precious tow places on thltl globe but what you can lend some ono who has either beard or read of tho cheapest and tho best I received a letter last week from Gingulnlo P I from Albert S Johnson of Co L 3rc1 Infantry Bo Is a Stanford boy and seeing my communications In the I J was inquiring about affairs In theI old Kentucky homo As my I J comes loose without wrapper they are orton almost riddled by the time they rcnch me but they are always welcome and after reading all tbo news ads tbrown In I send my papers to a Lincoln county cousin way down In Panay Island The death rato Is much better now than It was when I lost wrote Our barracks are largo and the ends open- a and heavy draft comes through at nlgbt and It Is thought this had something to do in brecdingdleease The Rib Grando River at this point baa an ebb and tide Just tbo same as the sea His qutlte remarkable tho number of large streams and lar o towns In Luzon and I suppose it Is he same way throughout tho Arcblpel fho Filipinos seem to like towns but their towns are not very Inviting The last few days have been qulte warm but wo have struck It lucky to- be up here In North Luzon and not many miles from the coast The Phil plno Islands form a continuous chain Lrctchlng north and south for nearly 1000 miles and we are In the molt northern The heat In some of tho southern Islands Is at times very op resalve and almost unbearable but mind you If ft gets hot In old Luzon I wont seen a day yet but what one could go In the very lightest of cloth- Ing The early mornings are braeil to us while wo see the natives ahlv r IngWe have now been in this camp just a little over a month the longest period of time we hatfe been at any one place since we have been on the Isla sat our days are numbered here We- will either leave hero tomorrow or Dett day While the boys have been doing considerable grumbling because we havent got to do any fighting y 01- we have been occupying one of tbe- most prominent positions on the Isiand tat of guarding the callroad a position nootber volunteer regiment has- hold One year ago had an American stepped Into Calumplt nis head would bavo- been oft In less time than you cans rack Robinson Calumplt was then 10 the very heart of insurrection aid terror it was so regulars and others- tell mo who should know Today with exception of small bands of Lad roc wbo are worse than guerrillas who op- erntc In tho vicinity Calumplt is ns- quletns tho little town of Stanford I am now writing this letter within stonestbrowof where Col Funsto tbe brave Kansan swam the RIo- Grande under a heavy fire from stronilly intrcchcd enemy Ho succeeded In routing them and for this act of heroism he fs now wearing the Insignia of a brigadier general Our outposts have done consldorablo- tlrlug since we have been hero but wo- bavo never been attacked since our arrival A telegram came Into Calump the other nlghtpaylng an attack was- expected at this place but the wlloy Insurgents undoubtedly took a eecoc thougbt and surmised ot tho warm re- ceptlon they would meet with and remained away I cant say for cortaln- where we will go from here at this- wrltlng but I am quite sure we will tot be on the railroad Scouting parties from the two com- paqlcs stationed here go out on tbe- bko from two to three times a week but havent as yet found anything but mlgosd The truth of the matter 1t half of the socalled amlgos are In- surrecto sympathizers Well I think It It Is time I was coming to a halt so quit for the present Respct CLAKEKCE COLEMAN REtr r Aim 100- Tle reader of this paper to learn dreadtbat there le at least one disease thioden b1 been able to cure In all It and tbtli Catarrh lIaUo Catnb Cure is the poallhe cure now known to the medical ruttmlt7- Cuanb burg a constitutional disease requires a conlllluUoDaI treatment hails Catarrh Cure taken upon the blood nd mucous aurfameofthoaystemthere1y destroy IDg the fountlatlon ofte tllaoase Ibe- pallent attenith by building up tbo constitution and taUnc nature In doing Ja work The pro- prlelon have so much faith In Its curative power lthy ofler 8100 or any cae that It rata to cure end for lilt of testimonial ddreee F J CHBNKY A CO Toledo Id b dniKlit 73- calls family 1llla are the but Pennies are legal tender to the- amount of 25 cents Payments tendered In pennies In lar er quantities can bo- rerueed without impairing legal standlnR or the HO RIGHT TO UGLIHESS Tbe woman who is loyely In fare form sod tern per ill alway hare friends but one who would he ltrctlyemoot keep Iter italic Ie weak Iletl sod all run down the will be nervous an Irrllable if she has constipation or kidney trouble berlmpure blood will caulO blolcbe- sItln eruptions and a wretched complexion Eleo trle hitters U the leat medicine In the regulllltomcblIrer and kldneya and to purlf tbe blood It nerve bright eye 10000tb velvety akin rich complexion Jt mkea goodlookng charnUDg woman of a run tlown Invalid cents at Penny Drug- S tltore use Mina Beadle a school teacher of Tyror Ind committed suicide by p Icing kerosene over her head and- clothlog and then setting fire to her self A LEAnNEDDISQUISITION CRAP ORCHARD April HA fe1 days ago one of your citizens W H Rigging and one of Crab Orchards J S Dameron got Into a dispute abut the length of a perch or polo and re ferred the matter to me to be aniwer through tho columns of tho IKTERIC JOURNAL Polo occurs both In linen and land measure Linear measure Is used In measuring lines distance St Three barley corns make one Inch 12 inches a foot three feet one yard 51 yards or 161 feet one rod polo or perch 1760 yards a mile eight lurlongs a mile 40 poles a furlong three leagued 8 mile used in measuring distances at sea Land or square measure Is used In measuring land It Is measurer with a surveyors or Gunters chain consisting ot 100 links and is 60 feet long a link Is 7 02100 inches long U feet make one rod polo or porch 40 poles a rood four roods an acre I once divided a farm by this tablt between heirs In this county fora law per of brilliant ability who was afterward governor of Kentucky One or the finest mathematicians and a colic flan of this county studying for the revenue service asked me tho meaning or a line or bar over a letter I told him It Increased Its value u thousand times Letters are the Roman means f enumeration Figures Invented were by tho Arabians When commutations were made by means of letters Arch Ishop Alsem said Arithmetic Is ai- moat too difficult for the mind of man FONTAINE Fox BOIIUITT HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly a prominent cltlren of Hanoi lately a deliverance from a frightful In telling of It be says I Iken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into Intutuo Dt Mtlunge became hlroel1et1 t was so weak I tit In me I zpectedto roan die of Consumption when I beaN of Dr Kings New DUmrery One bottle gareSlMt relief I ronUnued to use It now m well and strong I cant too much In its raise This marrellou qinllclnela the wrest and cure In the world for all Throat and Trouble Regular size M cents sad SI Trill ttlesfree at Pennys Drug store every bottle aranteed 4 According to the roUt in the pcualoo partment Hiram Crook of Rome N Y Is the lost pensioner of the war of 1812 Mr Cronk will be 100 tycars Ion April 20 Rufus Wright the Chicago million- alro who was shot late Saturday night- died Sunday His last words were to culpato the woman whose revolver killed him Near Huntsvlllc Ala a through light on the Southern railway ran- Into a mule The engine and 80 cars- wera ditched and tho fireman and engineer killed Eight States already Instructcdhave for Bryan POSJEDherb 7 warn all persons from treopaulng on my rm for any purpose whatever LANDORAK Krlguya- lso ware all tnoni from trupaallog on my rarm on liuck Creek for any pu whaMTer FKED NIKVLLA Ottenhelm Ky BICYCLES REPAIRED 1 Most comploto nicyclo Store In Central i ro break In a lilt cle WorkmaneblpGuaranteedDANV CO 4 115 and St Danville ICy CLOTHING I- ALL SIZES Small Sizes Medium Sizes Extra Sizes ALL QUALITIES CassimeresWorsteds CheviotsSerges ALL COLORS Checks PlaidsBrowns Blacks ALL STYLES FrocksSacks FulljDress Coats and Vests AT H JI mcROBBRTS I S American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And YOJ1 Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Ferris Co Cols bus Buggy Cos Bug geesI Also Troy and Moyer Makes Call tand See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Livor Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth Has been tried CO years has never failed to Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the groat majority of ailments caused by a TorpldJLtvcr DOTS NOT q1lVSEdTL OB GRIPE I box for 25c Try it once and you will Put acts gently on the liver 25 doses Ip a never bo without it For Sale by W BI McHOBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky DE5T rS CHtAPtc jKKeelln1rmallfhlB lI o- Ty erdriltnyzTlerJra y eaScndFor Cblaloaut ul yillc jfy- K S Kyr SIGN Gi G GILDER ra a candldato for rcclfctlou to ConlftSI from thle district subject to any rlgnlllr action the party may take RINK FAIUXRK- Ia candldato for Jailor subject to the action of the democratic party Ho tIOllelts your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii acandldate for Jailer of Lincoln Coucty subject to tho action of the democratic par ty support la solicited New Hoarding lIomic I hue moved Into Ira Kate Iu l 1tnri bou on Lancanter Htrect and am prepared to furntab food lioiml by day week or month at relOnllle prlIW Krrjthlnsf new and clean Goal Uble and nice bed room Specltl dinner on Court Days Maa S S Aen FOR RENTGood property In the town of Grab Orchard W LANDQRAF Krlgoi Ky FRITH HOTEL F FUH013COProrIet AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KYI Brat HoUl la the mountain rate conolere1 orlers meet til train tiprclal atUatlon to tRy sung me- wPaper Hanging And Paintii Bra me before you let painting will Ian you money I will furnish JIper lad psat It on till from 10e UI1ln of words I will tell you paper aa cheap at 10U can buy It IB town hanK It at fie per bolt l will do painting la iimp rtlon All work guaranteed J J ELDEN Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANG I will fell or exchange for a small farm la- tho of Stanford a house and 8 mot round on VanAndilo AenuCl Stanrord known the watt place wilt- MII a part or all of tt For further partlc Ian call on or address H E L SUMS Stanford Ky V S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pail Wltb Vltallud Air Physician In alien ance OOc4 In the New Thompson ItalldlnR 11 IMPORTANT NOTICE I the of Htanbrd I will anln luITy- ou with Ire raanufacluirU front pure dlitllled ter by hlanfcrd Water LUbt A Ice Oa this MIOa t For and ove- retsdUverdforINthsD 40 pounds fa Irp- ound Order any hay the tat of Coals Rloek lump Alsonrlek Umy 4e1- to ytermsaracahnd Ull remit bo pelt order promptly a adp UUcllon guaranteed all rut SSlff mools A SIBS J T SUTTON LJndertalcor stonville Kentuo Often his terries to the people of ett lock Coffin and as nd Casey oonntlea Full Uwtiton ba- nVII ICarpenter uana- gerPLEASE READ January tat tho regular Imlannuat and loltllnt time has como none settled wlbhave notlomoof my latrona of thom you are cal- lily mo It uo ono requested to settle Thanking oue n tollcltln- tlnuaco a and all fur put patronage and Vary J OKEKI Intoshs Livery I feed Stable rtIcKII1I1EY KYa Ooorlj lUgs at reasonable prlcotC8 drIVen doulilo and single for day or It you want to work JUICY and adjolnli countlO1 SIcKliinoy It the t laco to drllo- rrom hones well cared for by single teed day weak or month A share of your pa igo solicited FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE NVILLE KENTUCKY 1I0nes and Mules constantly on band and tor sale at all lmel lason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror lnncaster t Kentucky wlylurnlehcdj clean beds eplendc table firBtclasa Portei meot all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky ICee s constantly on hand a complete lint or iccles 1rd8 Harnoes turD Lc Agent for Deerlng Moworn lndJ- IIndof1l and repairs Oliver Chilled Plows tho best made always for sale Call on him f eoutharn Iciest Iarestmcnt Company of Lexington ay- THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Jfflcei Kr- tleneralllmcuLouisville Ky Dranch Offilco at N rt News Vs Ualtluiore JId lhlladelphla 1A l al To CertI Cato Hollers 29218225 lAsioarro forervo Tend 19600023 BARNES WEAKEN Local Agent Stanford Spring 1900 Trees Plants Vines Everything fur Orchard lawn mil ianlen The stock In Kentucky of Fruit soul Ornamental rgulthuhablUMIi meat ienrril Nursery sod strawberry catalufuea to be ball on to IIF HIILiSMiVKlt Leatngton Ky WHITE HOTEL W II CAURIFK WOK CORBIN KENTUCKY Clow to fuMiigcr Depot Pintclaw throughout Kite 12 per day lie C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him n Call A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky IOllloeTP p DENTISTI rnone Mo IS OverHlFglns 3lc3Clnneya I W 80 PENNY D DS STANFORD KY tVOfflcn at Itealdnnr on Lancaster Strwt DR Re COLDSTSJNITo x Celebrated Eye Specialist or Louisville Kentucky WUl be at tilt St Aaaph Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23dIReturning ore day in tach month Eye Examined and Olinci Sshntlfically Aijnttel Beware we have no age- ntsFIRSTNATIONALRANK OK STANFORD KY ipltaj Stock 1100000 Barphi 17683 TbU Inttliutlon orlfInally Mtabilihed u the 1Ot1 Bank nf Stanford la IMS thtn rtorganlied IhsNDUanal lank ofBtanloril In WS andagaln ergaalteJ uthe Flnt National Dank ol Stanford ilSRhahtdpmtlcally an uninterrupted etlit enOl for U years It It better supplied now wlti iclllUe for transacting business promptly and lib ally thtn eTar before In its longinJ bonoiabli career Account ot Individuals Cilaclarle firmi and IndIdduals solicited Diatcroa F Reid Lincoln 001 JW hayden Stanford 8 T nrrhIf B H lI cbminIf J Shocks If TP DIll Wl Walton If W A TrlbblIf IDElmonStsnfodforricau S Hoc er incoln IINational Capital Stocky iqpooo- tcceor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company ana under ume management ouily for Years olioits Your Bank Aooount IIoplnclucb business relations will prott mutually beneHclal and pleaaanu DIRECTORS YosJ J William JSOwlerSrf A W Carpenter y W II Cummins J K Lynn S U shanks J F ChU U OwiUy OFFICERS S II Shaoki Pmldent J BOwsley Cashier ea WNlrlChtAaaICuhler