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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l e SEMIWEEKLY iNTERIORJOURNAL I W VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 20 1900 0 A M NO 14 MIDDLEBURG John Spears sold to J C Oloyd u span ot wagon horses this week for 8170Sbadcrlck Wesley whoso lllnei wo mentioned In our last letter has died sInce Logan Hector of Dunnvlllo died on the lOtb- TboQucon L Crescent lost 85 mile of track botweun Uattlcsburg nod Me rldlan Mill by the wash out The em bankments aro nearly all gone The citizens of ibis school district met In this placo Tuesday evening for the purx o of ascertaining the wishes of tbo people lu regard to tbo school property alto horo but wo have not learned tbo result Mr William Miller white going downstairs at her home last Sunday slipped and falling received several painful bruise from which she has been unablo to attend her household duties since but ls Improving Mr Annlo Bryant Is confined to her bed with pneumonia Mrs Heramla Foglo and her eon Jesse and daughter WIN Ho bavo been on tbo sick list for norno days past but they ore all Imrrovlog at this writing William Vrlgbt of Danville was bore this week on busi ness There bavo boon several parties hero during the poet week looking af ter tbo school property but no definite sale has been made you Henry Tomb and sister Miss Stella were visiting relative here Sunday Simon Wesley and Mr Dr Dye of Liberty were visiting the families of D O Elliott nod Wilfred Dyo Quite tbeIhero Sunday Me Wheat has through a representative bought an Interest In a very prosperous business ID a thriv lug town In Texas and will return to that Plato In the next tow day where he will make his future homo which mean to Casey county tho loss of ono of her staunchest democrats Dr J T Wesley made a professional call to Dunnvlllo Sunday Mrs Lum Allen of Somerset Is visiting her sister Mrs John Coulter of this place this peek Mr John Paul has been quite III for several day past but is improving Miss Willie Fople U also Improving very rapidly from an attack of grip Tbo writer being an uptodate kind of a fellow has alto been enjoying a severe cold NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Centre College and State College will cross bats at Danville next Saturday Admission 35c During a row at a dance In foil count ty Tom Clalborno shot and perhaps fatally wounded Henry Winston Charles L Wade an L fc N brake man was crushed to death at South LouUvllle by falling between care A now company of State Guards was muttered In at Nlcholaivlllo with County Attorney J W Mitchell as captainMr Salllo S Cress has boon ap pointed postmaster at pltiputanta Rockcastlo county vice Mrs Sur ah Dooloy resigned At Lebanon In a tit of jealousy Ber nard Ulckett throw carbolic acid In Joule Wilder eye putting thorn out Both arc Negroes- A D Walton a wealthy citizen of Bozeman Mont who was on a visit to relatives near Panola Madison county died of grip after only few days Ills nel8 Spring la here The rays of the morning sun kiss the dew from the llpa of tbo budding rose The llltlo violet a sense of lovo doth bring as wo gazo on ita tender leaves the sweetest gift of spring From the valleys and hills to tbo very heavens above thu air Is filled with the sweetest notes of love u e e On tbo hills bedecked with flowers fair and grasses green wo be hold the grandest picture our eye bavo over seen Tho woodcock hammers on tho bark of the maple log while Into the lazy streamlet leaps tbo frog The rabbit plays In the sapd beside tho lonely mill while tho watchdog Is heard across the distant hill The bluebird the gentlest on J fairest bird of spring Is wearied by the stroko of the martins cruel wing r Temperance orators In Now York City bavo found a man Who during his life stretching over a period of 71 years has consumed 100 hogsheads of whisky In gallons ho got away with 0300 gallons say In 60 years This would give him 120 gallons a year or In round numbers 21 gallons every week of his long life or about throe full pints every day Including Sunday r BISHAHKS IROn nERVE weethereeultot blupleniild health talon table will and tremendous energy we not round vbtreBuminch Idler Kidneys add Uowelt are out of order you want these gnalittea and the uc Mtherbrl3if uwUr Klnrf N w Ufa fills Ther develop every j of brain and body Only at 1onnya Drul owls The O 0 will run a cheap ex curslon to Old Point Comfort on tbo occasion of the presentation of tho sil ver service to tho Kentucky battleship about tho last of May MT VERNON A bay window at depot Is ono of tbo late Improvements A fair crowd was out to tea Sparks show There Is a roof here with wateroak shingles that wero nailed oc in 1600 and It yet turns tho rain The limo Industry premises to bo a big thing In Itockcastlc Five more largo kilns will be built this season at ell To re tit points along the railroad Mrs D Clauntz J very low with con gumption J W Ping has returned from Louisville where he finished a typowrltlnUmoonshiners for Covlngton Jim Daughcrty Crll and Bob Rose TucII1dayon their examining trial before ComI mlssoncr White were bold over on the charge of tnoonshlnlng The marshal Orod upon Daughorty three times be foro he would urrenderIA bank for an fact W L Richards Cashier Glencoo and O D Green of Covlngton wero here and secured sufficient stock sub scriptions to finish up tbo required amount of 125000 A bank building will bo erected to adjoin Houk k Sons store now in course of construction D R TOTTEN IS HEREAFTER A DEMOCRAT To my many Irlenda both democratlo and republican I wish to say after careful considera republicanIare not stained with tbo blood of ono of the best men In the State who on Jan 30tb was shot down In cold blood tnurdored for tbo sake of ofllcc tbo balance of power and for tbo benefit of trust corporatIon and various other other causes detrimental to the com mon people William Goebel had proved ho was the friend of the common pcoplo and a hater of oppression by trust corpora tion and all things that make tho bur don of the poor heavy I am proud that I cast my voto for a man who was will Ing to dlo for hi people and for a cause ho thought was just and right Fellow republican just look how many Inno cent men are In trouble over the death of Kentucky truest friend Today they would give tho whole world if they could only recall their action By whom were they led to do this dastardly crime The high otH dais trusts and corporations In order to put dollar In their own pocket This crime Is recorded against tbo republican party It lion tbo books of tbo State and many honest men who are republicans must share tbo actions of tbo leaders who have brought shame upon us all Glad yes I am glad tho stain Is not on me and after such a damnable deed I am proud to say hereafter I shall sups port a party that favors tbo laws of the land taking tho proper course In all cue And he who refuses to do this the proper place for him Is In the pen or a rope around hs neck D R TOTTEN In writing of Madison countys mem orable part in tbo stirring campaign C E Woods has this for which wo bow our sincere acknowlcdgomeqta This county and this district cast tbo die that nominated Wm Goebel for gov ernor and in this county and district aro today some of tho most valiant supporters and defenders of the uariys nominees No Individual in tbo district partyishas our distinguished fellowtownsman Hon James D McCrcary No newspa equalledtho party by the Stanford INTEUIOH JOURNAL which unfurled tho blank flag of No Quarter to assassins and their sympathizers and drovo homo some of the most destructive darts ever burled at a political foe I saw a funny sight the other day said A friend from the country Com ing In from Cllntonville I saw at a house near the railroad crowing the weekly wash hanging on the line to dry Prominent among the articles displayed was a piece of feminine un derwear made from lour sacks On the bigbluoParse Queer place for a milling firms advertisement waentltParse Dem ocratThere Is one thing certain if Dewey IB elected president Hanna wont polItlolanwifes namo I think was the reply of the other ppVOLCANIC ERUPTIONS joyUuekia CoErolfarlagut and 23 centi a box Conguaranteed Sold by Penny Druggbt Monticello Wayne County Dose Belle Osgoodwho bad charge of tbo telephone here has returued to Cincinnati Mr W W Klndrick who has been very low for some week Is some better Charles and Shelby Oatts ae on the sick list Miss Emma Ramsey spent several duys with Ame lia Oall at Maplewood Dr Hiram Ihlllp of Lexington Is at the bedside of his mother who continues very Ill Charles CotTey left yesterday for Chat tanooga where bo has accepted a posi tion with the Soutbern Express Co Mrs J A Phillips Is suffering with grip J Berry Is In Louisville buying goods Miss Francis Berry accompan led him and will remain several weeks Dr Gilliland has arrived and taken charge of Dr Gambllns drug store He will move bis family to the house now occupied bv P Maurice on South Main Mrs Hattie Tuggle has return ed from a visit to her parents at Mill Springs John Oatts Is mingling with old friends after an absence of several months In the South Mr and Mrs Leo Clark are guests of Mr and Mr J M Kearns this week Little Hugh Phillips Is visiting his sister Nellie at W A Phillips Clint Kennedy has sold his interest in the Huffaker tL Kennedy firm to his brother John Mlispg Amy Ramsey and Geneva Cook aro ui homo again after a visit to role tive at Rowona Mrs R L Johnson of Henderson Is expected homo this week to attend the sick beds of her mother and grandmother Mrs J A Philips and Mrs Eliza Philips who are no better rMCCORMACKS CHURCH Eld May failed to fill his regular ap pointment hero Sundays on account of having to preach the funeral of one of the members of his congregation at Parksvllle Mr and Mrs S C Thuf mood of Ly tie visited at C H Cartorn MIsa Lay of Jnnctlon City Is visiting Miss Mag gie Holly Wm Lunsford and family who bavo been keeping house for Gus McCormack for a year or more have moved to Highland and Wash Van hook and family of Moreland bavo moved to Mr McCormacks Why dont somo girl take pity on Gus and save him tbo trouble of hunting for a housekeeper so often Mrs Dottle Daymon of Chattanooga has arrived to visit her father David Eubaoks She is In very bad health and has been for quite a while Misses Mary Smitn and Lillian Terbuno Messrs Dowltt Brew er Perry and Hugh Vaoarsdale and wife of Mercer have been vlMtlng at Mr Vanaredalos CHURCHES AND PREACHERS Eld Wm Azbill of the Christian church died at Winchester The Waln 1 Flat Sunday school will bo reorganized Sunday afternoon at 3 oclockDr H Pearco has resigned as president of the Kentucky Wesleyan College ut Winchester Out of 855 00000 given to American colleges last year only 1480000 went to colleges In the South All those interested in i Sunday school at Old Halls Gap church aro re quested to meet there at 2 oclock Sun day afternoon to organizee Reu W M Britt will preach at Me Kcadrco church Hubble at 3 oclock Instead of 11 Sunday He will fill his regular appointment here Sunday morningThe Cumberland Presbytery is liable to exoulilon for permit ting Mrs L M to preach af ter the General Assembly ordered it to erase her name from the roll The women of a Presbyterian church at Cleveland 0 decided to forego Easter hats and dresses and give tho money thus saved to wipe out tbo church debt and 1000 was raised Sun dayAnother Presbyterian prcachorRov H Watson Smith pastor of a church at Little Rock Ark announces his whdrawal from tbo Presbyterian mla istry as a protest against the West minster confession of faith Bro J W Holtzclaw writes from Preacbcrsvlllo II Wo have just passed through a glorious meeting with our church at Drakes Crook Tbo pastor Bro J C Carmlcal was assisted by our beloved brother W M Kuykondall of Mt Washington the meeting result Ing in 30 additions to the church 25 by experience and baptism four by letter and one by relation Church is much revived and a bright future for the Baptists at this place liro Kuykon dall Is a most excellent man and loved by many hero He preached at Preach eravlllo in his boyhood days in tbo- mlnlatryWeetern Recorder A Pennsylvania supervisor has appointed a woman as a census enumera tor and thereby has not only got Into trouble himself but has brought trou bio on other supervisors Flying Fox the English thorough bred Rae been Insured for 152280 ILANCASTER Miss Eliza Lusk makes a faithful pcbool superintendent and she can bold the office as long as she wants It Mrs O Bradley and Mrs Jullett Rogers are In Cincinnati R G Ward Is preparing to build on Richmond avenueI bet Hunt McMurtry a trip to the fair at Paris France that the su premo court will decide that It has no jurlsdfctlon In the Kentucky contest caseThe parties selected to raise funds for the purchase of the right of way for the Southern extension are pro greasing nicely and will be able to de liver the goods at the proper time Mr Asa Tompklns uncle of G S Grconleaf and brother ln law of A B Brown Sr of this county died In Par is Texas April 11th aged 72 years He left this county before tho war and was a worthy citizen Mrs F J White has gone to Dallas Texas to Visit relatives Messrs H C Jennings and J H Sympson are laid up with tho grip Uncle Clabo Lear Is confined to his bed Ho Is In his 04th year Messrs T D and J E Robin son went to Frankfort Wednesday and lion RH Tomisnspn went to Kan sail City Col John T Hays returned from Louisville souse time ago but I seldom see hire la the city I learn that he Is recovering health Mies Margaret Mur phy was called to Now York on account of the illness of sister James Hatcher has fever Mrs Banks Hudson and tiles Jene Fissingcr spent Easter in LexingtonThe to arrange for the G A R met Tuesday night and re posted progress In every department The finance committee has raised about 300 and the local veterans will furnish about 1200 Tho town will be decorat ed music badges and everything need od will bo furnished and ample ar rangements aro belbg made to entertain a largo crowd t rue laughing suttees Two Married Men will be given at the opera bouse Tuesday night April 24 by a troupe which has met with public approval wherever It has been It is full of fun throughout Is ono of the most popular comedies on the stage a cure for the blues makes us forgot onr troubles and it le In fact a tonic Improving our health Admission 25 35 and 50 cents Reserve a seat at Stormes drug store as the house will likely be crowded- I am sorry Indeed for the man who Is so blinded by politlcat prejudice as to say tbas trusts should be permitted when they have ad van cod the price of nearly everything that bo buys and so raised the price of metal and other building material as to prevent the suc cess of many enterprises The demo crate must get in power or the people will become slaves of the fostered cor porations and pets of the republican party Mr James A Beazloy Informs me that at a meeting of the oflicers of the Christian church a request was extend ed to all the members to bo present next Sunday at 11 oclock as matters of importance are to be considered es pecially the matter of employing a pas tor Tbo following committee ot la tiles was appointed to raise a fund todo some repairing on the church Mes dames S F Embry R L Elkin WG Anderson R A Stone L F Hubble and J H West An Inclination Is man rested to got to work and have a gen uine season of revival Although the death of Mrs Paulino Smith was reported In the papers soy eral days ago she did not die until Wednesday about noon She was about 60 years of age and had suffered from cancer for several years She was a member of the Baptist church and re sided at Bryantsvllle where everybody admired her for b excellent traits of character Tho funeral will be preach ed at the Fork church today Thursday where the burial will take place She left no children and her husband died about 15 years ago Sho was a daugh ter of M r Thompson M Arnold and was connected with some of the most Influential families in the county DOlls Killed a number ot J C Slier Gos sheep Monday night This re minds mo of the work of the hounds In Lincoln county and Uncle Pate Em brys statement that yon can judge of a man by his dogs saying that the man who Rae a bulldog has plenty but he goes not want any visitors and while tho man with the hound Is not worth a cent he will be glad to see you at his home Do tbo facts verify tho asser Lion In some instances no In others yes Col Hill the chief of the fox hunters told us no longer than the other day that be bad more money than he Knows what to do with and that be will give Mr J B Foster 1200 as hitpart of the damages to his IbeepIII am an advocate said ho of the dancers paying the fiddler I love to fox bunt and am willing to pay for my fun WJSLL pAPEBe For 4 Cents I In my Store re Paperprices AnyIsee the paper matched up Just as it will look on the wall and get It at once SupWlesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo SOS Main Street W C GREENING HUSTONVILLE KY Has Just opened and has ready for your Inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Including a full and complete line of EARDJVARE I Ue also carries Drlck Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac Ho will both buy and manufacture OH and Spirit Staves and is always In the market for SHINGLES He will exchange his goods for anything that he can convert Into money Call on him and take him your producoo ll Very Thin man Or a Very Fat Man Pays the penalty of his size at most clothing stores Not here though Stout and slim sizes in great variety Our new SPRING SUITS feetsureThis is tfce proper time for SPRING TOP COAT I thingsIrateTHE GLOBEYour Money Hack if Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co OXFORDS I Two or threebutton Oxfords are stylish also Lace Welts heavy soles In Kid and Patent LeatherFor walking or street Shoes As usual we are ready to furnish you what you want IMW 81TOKS FOB M EKTo Always call on us Our forte is wear resisters Dud polite attention CALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Dsnvil e A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work andiguarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here- I a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate any prices offered Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PKESIUENT NextSession Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils be Received andWClassifiedF- or admission cull on SfM NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal Je A ALLEN a CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY lava now n complete stock of Building Material Yellow IMno Flooring Ceiling Doors t Stub Blinds and all of Dretsud and Itough Lumber Shingles and Steel Uooflng Lo Cult lo u fit We make estimate on any klad of work wanted Office opposite L B Oooki- rr 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 20 1900 w P WALTON SIX PAGES TUB grand jury at Fraokfort 00 Tuesday returned 10 indictments for the murder of Gov Goobol as followl For murder H E Youtaey James alld Berry Howard Harlan Vhlttaker aod Tallow Dick Combs As accessor Charles Flnley Caleb and John L Power W H Culton and Wharton Golden The Indictments say that It Is not known to tho jury it the meo named actually tired the shot The 10 dlctments against the acceeeoriel charge that each conspired with the others W S Taylor and other pereoo unknown unlawfully willfully fe1on iously and of their malice aforethou ht to kill and murder Wm Goebel No j indictment was returned against T y lor but if the others aro charged with conspiring together and with him It- f must necessarily be returned and tbo t grand jury intimates that it will not spare the chief of the dastardly a88ae sins Of the accused six are in cueto dy the Howards are at large and John Powers and Charles Flnley fugltl from justice Owing to the fact that Commoo wealths Attorney Franklin Is Iompel led to devote his entire time to the prosecution of Col Coleon tho aSla88l nation cases will lie over till he can assist the grand jury In the Interroj a 1tlonof witnesses so it may bo a week before Taylor and the other con spIra tors are Indicted The assasslnati their squirtpapers aro already turning guns loaded with filth at the jury for doing its dutv but their efforts have 00 other effect than to further prove their i sympathy with the cowardly murdere of the best man that Kentucky haa produced for half a century The Louisville Commercial says the connecting of Taylors name with the conspiracy Is a piece of dastardly politics and that Taylor will come out oft the persecution unscathed It Is hard to see how even the blindest partlei can make such a claim In face of all the facts which stamp the guilt of tho most contemptible of all the assassin BEFORE ho bad been told by the obacco and sugar trusts what to do M KInley said in his message to Congre Dec 4 1899 The markets of tl e United States should be opened up to her products Our plain duty Is to abolish all customs tariffs between the United States and Porto Rico and Jlve her products access to our markets Being a part of the United States tole was the proper thing to do but the two trusts named Immediately sought to overcome the presidents views in tho matter and by threatening to wlthdra their support and contributions In the coming campaign made the spineless creature tumble to their demands The result was that be made a special ap peal to Congress to pass the Port s Rican Tariff bill prepared at his sug gestion He may keep In with the trusts and combines In this way but the masses do not propose that the country shall be turned over to suet cormorants and will say BO In no uncertain sounds In November The chances for the election of Willlao Jennings Bryan grow roster as tbe day go by SAFE as bo thinks in the arms of that old protector of criminals Gov Mount Charley Finley says I fully intend returning to Kentucky and foci against the indictment against me However I will propably not go until the trial on the Indictment for I am not willing to go back and be thrown Into jail If there Is any law In this country be should be brought to the scent of his alleged crime and not bo allowed to await hia pleasure If Mount will not recognize a requisition be should be taken by forco and made to show that ho Is wrongfully accused If ho can or have his neck go with the rest Into the halteri As an evidence1 of how the money goes and for poor purpose the statement sent to tbe Senate by the presl dent of the expense of tbo Philippine commission Is given It is too enor mous sum of 8117185 The commie sioners each are awarded 835285 and the president recommends that an equal amountbe given Admiral Dewey and Gen Otis who also served on the commission A freo ride around ho world and 35285 for a few months time is greasing a fat sow pretty live ly Let it be remembered that Dowey and Otis aro already getting about 815 000 a year besides numerous perquisites and other emoluments TilE pictures printed of the conspira tors and assassins would Indicate that they are handsome men with open countenances If it Is not a trick of tho camera it Is another proof that man may smile and smile and be a villain all tho same- YoUTSEY said he know enough to- bang Taylor and dn the republican party and the grand jurry at Frankfort seems to have caught on to the knowl edge too IIN AT the request of 31 State Leglela Lures the Lower House of Congrcei has by a practically unanimous vote passed a resolution to submit a conetltuti- ameadmen4 making U S Seoators elective by tbe people There is little likelihood however of it passing tho Senate Most of the members of that body buy their scats as Clark of Montana did though they are not found out as a general thing and they will opposo any measure which will mako the cost of a seat greater than It Is In other words they think It easier nnd cheaper to buy a Legislature thaJ1lt te to buy a popular election and will hold on to a good thing rather than fly to what they know not of JUDGE CANTRILL overruled the amended answer of the repubUcan holders of the minor State offices and entered judgment for the democrats They will now hate to vacate wltbl 10 days or execute supersedes bonds to carry the cases to the court of ape the sheriff being ordered to eject them if the bonds are not filed Tbeyought to be ejected forthwith TUB Cincinnati Commercial Trlbuno asks was the dragging of Ilaylors namo Into the Indictments simply the perpetration of a petty political spit Nay nay Pauline It is simply the pro llmlnary step of a prosecution that promises to prove that be was the prln cipal In the plot and that he tllanned the whole performance IN writing of the indictments returned against the conspirators BlUy Irecklnrldge says In his Lexlnjtton Herald An indictment in law docs not wen raise a presumption of gull Certainly not Indictments never do Tbey are only intended by olllcloue rand juries to annoy and embarra8l nnocentipeoplc Mn WATTERSON says be has nei r tilled but one man that he knows of As he Is as mild a mannered man ae ever cut a throat or scuttled a Ship we rill have to be confronted with stroi er evidence than Mr Wattcrsoi tatement that ho even ever killed a man in his mind EDITING newspapers as Jesus would hae not became as much of a fad as the- so called women editions Both proved failures Only those who are trained In tbe business can make a paper worth reading ADMIRAL DEWEY says be cant come to Louisville after all Perhaps it Ie cause Editor Watterson has wit drawn his support from him for tbe evidential nomination THE LATEST LOUISVILLE April 20 830 A lolIt Is persistently reported at Frankfoi that W S Taylor has been Indicted ae icessory before tbe fact to Gov Go bee murder It is soli That the In ctmentls held up until he returns from Washington The Cuban census complete shows a population of 1572700 Negroes 32 percent The white voters are in big mi forlty for the election Juno 10 O D FRANKFORT April S The gran jury has returned indictments against- John W Davis and Green Golden cbarjtlng them with being accessorle to the murder of William Goebel The charae against W L Hazel I p Is di- emled There Is no doubt now but- that an indictment will be fount agalost Taylor About Conspirators and Assassins John G Carlisle refused overtures to- trke charge of Taylorss case before- tbe supremo court If hell is as full of fiddlers as Kentucky is of hypocritical Taylorlti preachere it would be a mighty fine- place to go to hear some good rauslc State Democrat ilr Taylor in a letter just published eaye his face Is fixed upon the stair of- truth Our understanding Is that bls- faco Is fixed upon the jawbone of an ase Frankfort Journal the reason why Taylor is after irren applntment at this time Is- plalo bo would feel safer beyond the jurisdiction of the Franklin circuit frtOwensboro Messenger 11 Is not only Important to find tho- mae who was behind tho gup when Goebel was assassinated but It Is equally important to find the men who were- behind the man who was behind tho nGeorgetown Times udgo Cantrlll disposed ot the minor contest cases by deciding that the dem- ocrat8 are tho legal State otllciols and- unlese the republicans go through tho uselEse formality of appeal this decis- Ion finally settles the case ItliI said that the Indictment returned against Wharton Golden will be ill cd away as ho Is the star witness for the Commonwealth and will not be proseauted Culton Is still at his home In Frankfort under guard and may also be granted Immanlty for turning States evldeoce ISeveral farmers in the Otter Creeks ctlon of Madison county have had thelr plows harrows and other farm lnJ implements broken up by scamps- who didnt want them to put In crops N POLITICIANS AND POLTICS The democrats curried Loulslan by a tremendous majority Leo Elmoro has sold his Intoro In the MayfioldMlrrorto L A Chandler Democrats won In the Now Haven GOOD election by an Increased malorl ty Under the suffrage qualification law only 7000 Negroes In Louisiana vere allowed to vote Boko Smith has Bola his 53 share of- stock In tbo Atlanta Journal for 1150 000 and will retire Judge Ira Julian will not be a candidate for the democratic conlro88looal nomination of the 7th district- T J Bollard is a Lawrenceburg candidate for delegate to tho republican National convention from this dl trlct Babo Ualtey has horned old man ChllI ton off the track In Texas leaving him a clear field for the U S Senators The republican Congressional con vention at Wellington 0 after 132 Ineffectual ballots adjourned to meet at Norwalk May 17 A democratic candidate for Congred In the 1st district will be selected at a primary June 2 all voters who will support tho ticket being eligible to par Iclpate Tho Brownlow people ruled the roost In the Tennessee republican coo entlon yesterday Commlsslouer of enslons Evans being shown no cooeld rationAt banquet given by the Brooklyn einocratlo Ciub the opposition to Jryan was outspoken Willett of Alabama declaring that ho musVjbe shelved if the party would win In the next Carter Harrison declines to become a candidate for governor of 11 loots because as he says U wnuld rest with tho council to select my suc esBor and I do not believe the people who elected mo to tho mayoralty wleh to leave the election of the next mayor to the present republican city couo ctl John G Blair who was the popu lt candidate for governor In 18D9hns read Tom Pettit out of tbo party Ho calla him a political Judas and sets forth thai Pettit has not attended a popullet nvcnjlon since the one that noml natok him for governor In 1813 that he- was delegate to the convention which urinated Goebel and took the stump for him NEWS NOTATION Alfred Foix aged 40 of Calhoun Ga laughed himself to death over a keMiss Emily U Goodwin was killed by a Southern railway yard engine at Louisville The aggregate number of deaths In India from bubonlo plague the past- week was about 4000 A mob took Moses York a Negr from the officers at Tunica Miss and ing him for murder The Turkish government will pay 190000 for tho property of American missionaries destroyed The Toledo Centennial will not be held The Ohio Legislature declined to put up a million of dollars Twentynine officers and men of tho United States army have committed suicide in tho Philippines since December last- llrs Marv J Furraan of Nashville bequeathed her estate valued at- from 9200000 to 250000 to Vanderbl Unlv rsltyIThe American Steel and Wire Co- pany has closed down 12 of rte mills In- tho West owing it Is alleged to overproduction Jllly Grinitbs a 15 year old boy killed his father at Cornettsvllle with rifle as be slept because ho bad roprl manded him The Dominion government has grant ed a contract foe the establishment of plant to furnish 300000 horse power- from Niagara Falls Tho L N Illinois Central and L H ir St L railroads were indicted at- Owensboro for alleged violation of tba- separate coach law Ie attempting to arrest Ed Jeans drunken man at Edmonton the jl1l1er- Wag shot by him whereupon he fired on leans killing him American capitalists are after the- contract to build a railroad from St- Petersburl to Odessa which will Cost nOt less than 90000000 the ljoldilawmobbed recourse against the county whlcb occurred for damages Tbo supremo court has decided that tho shipper must pay for the stamp on the express receipt and the Jouglnlr- concern will be that much better oil A masher giving his name as Muodell and claiming Chicago as his- home was tired out of Glasgow by some of ho young men ot the town for og ling the ladles A lot of drunken boys of Williams- town set fire to a lot of paper on which a drunkcn Negro named Rubo Jones- slept Ho was fearfully burned and- wt1l10so his sight he Central City miners and operators havo agreed on an advance of lii lIer cent on all day labor and 75 cents for a picked ton of coal Bonti sides nre well pleased with the settlement Col James S Pettit of the 31st 10- fnntry has beeu court martlaled His- charged that he handed a prisoner of Iwar over to the presldon of Z mboan who killed m without trlnla D T Baxter a well known Dowpa per man of Lexington committed liul tide while temporarily Insane by atab blog himself with a pair pclssors Mr Baxter dreamed before the als8lslna tion of Gov Goebel that be would be killed and warned tbo governor of tho Uanger be was In Tbe matter welahed on his mind until it became dlseaeed and ho was constantly haunted with tho fear that Goobels friends would have been arrested for a guilty knowlcd of his assassination He was a partnc In tbe news gathering enterprise with n L McClnre and furnished the Eastern and other dallies with tbe Important happenings In Kentucky MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Justice House of Jeffersonv married nine eloping couples In nh 0 minutes Wednesday Henry Wilson aged 70 and four times a widower was married at Chi cage to Miss Louise Napier 23 Joe Stringer of Waverly Tonn choked his wife to death and then killed himself They bad quarreled Wm Ernst 26 obtained license to marry Miss Rosa Busse the pretty 17 earold daughter of George Busse of Dtteohelm May 8th In the case 6f C61 DGCo1on for the murder of Ethelbert Scott and otb en at Frankfort a jury was easily obtained and 58 witnesses rrcognli The hearing of the testimony befn Wednesday Capt Ben Golden Wbo was with Scott and who caught one of Joleons shots in his back testified D- edid others that Colson fired the Ilrt hot Colson told a graphic story of he duel with Lieut Eibelbcrt Scott le claims both Golden and Scott attacked him and that Scott tired the Irat shot The chances are that Col80n will be acquitted Dee Baker charged with complicity In tho murder of Sheriff White of Clay Is on trial at Barbourvllle for It- S D Diibroan Is prosecuting attorney by appointment It is said that an effort will be made to prove that Tom faker who was assassinated while In barge ol the militia at Manchc did the killing The case of Doc Lowrey charRed with criminally atcaultlog Mrs Daman liJllon wag given to tbo jury at filcb toad Wednesday but up to last ac Dante had not agreed and WI doubtless discharged Henry Richardson of Shelby Cii wall grunted an Increase of penlou from 8 to IS a month The Adair News Is to blcak tbe people of Columbia of chewing wax In church trot Jordan says the prospect lot the twentieth century farmer from a material standpoint is good No Janda are exhausted beyond redem tlon Present knowledge will enable farmers to restore waste placet nd maintain or increase the present fertility of available lands Prof Crook ophecy of permanent wheat del1c1t In 1042 because of a lack of nitrogen i not seriously taken by many weU formed men The proposition lUl- snot been proved Science has brougl a defense against exhausted fertility To correct exaggerated report reo tilling the loss of life among Amei con troops in the Philippines the wi rpartment has published a summar hich show that the mortality from- all causes from the beginning of the American occupation of the island June 1899 to February 17 1000 WOl 11125 This la at the rate of 74 deal a month for the entire period The citizens of Lagrange Ind havo presented a remonstrance to the town board that ia out of the ordinary A- Ikunk farm Val started within the corporate limits of that city and the scent- was more than the neighbors could It and Tho remonstrance la drawn uI In legal form and Is signed by 20 res ntsGrowing flowers for the Easter market Is not a sure business even with- the best florists says n city florist Avery small miscalculation will resa either In forcing tho flowers too soon or In delaying their blooming until tho- Easter demand is over In either ecnt- the flowers are a heavy loss It la reported that Rev J S Ultte a Ifethodlst clergyman of Missouri f organizing a company to develop- gold mining claims at Cripple Creek- the proceeds of which are to bo l1- evoted to a fund for evangelistic Work In large cities Clio genuine maple sugar maker are organizing exchanges for selfpro tectlon To these they send their- sirup and sugar for grading weighing and stamping thus guaranteelnj the genuineness of the product The Omaha man who spent ltd days In joll rather than tell a lie was doubtless trying to run his affairs as George Washington would But at that rate he will have a hard time doing any b Inesg Fine legal points come up in Connecticut It has just been held in that- state that nuking for a chew of tobacco Is not begging under the law Typewriting experts Instead of hond- writing experts were Introduced In a recent trial1n New York LOUISVILLE STORE Bargains for This Week Every item quoted In this advertise meat Is way under regular prices Our house Is too uraall for our Increasing busl new our stock is too largo for our house our prices are low enough to move the goods He on the alert for tbe coming bargains Special Prices For This Week 10 yards of the following brands of Calicoes Indigo llluo Simpson Gray Light Shirting TrlnU and Fancy Calicoes only 3c per yard this week only 60 pieces of lOc Falcon Percale put on special tale title week So i Apron Checked Gingham worth Oc this week 4c Checked Shirting Cotton Casker brand wort t 7c special price lie 20 pieces Outing Cloth worth 7c this week Be Good yard wide Bleach Cotton 4c 201nch Plaid Suiting lOc quality will be put In tills weeks iQ l 4c 28 Inch Novelty Plaid Dress Gtodi double width worth 20c ipc del price lOcr25 Dozen Mens Silk Finished Suspenders manufactured to sell at 35c special price this week 15c Lattice tcamlets BlACk Hose 50 Ladles Black or Tan Cbttou Hose drop stitch worth l c Chllrlce this w kIMens Fancy Seamless Socks fret color 20c quality tpccltl price this week lOc Mens Negligee Shirts Collar and CulT attached We quality special price cI10 Dozen Heavy Work Shirts for men worth 40o special price Me Misses low cut slippers 12 to Si worth 600 cut price Sfo Ladles Patent Tip Oxford 30c 48 Pairs Ladles plain too Mutton Shoo all solid leathe worth II 90 this week 630- ae long as they last Our lino of Mens Shoes brim full of choice bargains anything from a 75o110dkIe Mow Shoe to a fine 14 Viol Kidt V 12 Dozen Pants for men Casiltuero Cheviot and Worsted Net a pair in the Ut k worth less than 1225 tko your choice f133 I Ono lot of tl 60 Clay Worsted Pant spoclal price fr8a Wo are offering supreme values in Men and flays Stlts In New Spring St- ylesLOUISVILLESTORE Salinger Bros ProsTHOS D 11ASEY Manager OOOO O O O O O O O O OTCTO O O OSfffO 0 O CTC IGfflGTttCrGffQ ERTSto o o- o DRUGGIST STANFORD o OPERA HOUSE HLOCK g ggBpoelal Attention Olrcn to the Compounding of IreMlpttont eeiMtlfltttly g 0andwith Care 0 Q Terms Cash Telephone No 27 Q 0 o Ofltce Long Distancerelephoneo oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoo000000o000pq a00oo NewArticles r Added To Our Stock 1 A NEW RANGE oviicil with Aluminum See It before buying any other The Dewey 8elMaatiag Roaster And Baker Tho Condenser has the Fowl pasting ihoronnhlv during entire lime it ie routing A new combined extension Step the beet ladder on tho market Higgins fit McKinney v PICT STOCK OP- s alattiR1gAT 12 12 18 25 30e PERYARD J calf E PERKINS Kye4 4 I RoY BAKING POWDER Aa5Ol1JIEIY PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 10AL Mobsownla co i THE TERlOR JOURNAL t STANFORD KY APRIL 20 1900 W P WALTON TUB BUSTLE Whop the dally toll ti over and tho sun la going down you I are ready then to read tho now thats going on In town It you miss your favorite papcrhoro a hint twill mako you smile orhap6 youll fled It on your daughter for the bustles back In the style When you wash your face la soapsuds and are looking for a tow el while the soap It jrettlng la your eye you start to swear and howl wipe your taco upon your coat sleeve and remember all the while that the tow ell bard to locate since the bustles bacc In style Now theres no use getting angry and It does no good to swear It your Sunday shirt Is missing and youre nothing clean to wear try your hardest to look pleasant do your belt to wear a smile and remember when you miss things that the bustles back to style TUB CONFBDEKATe VETERAN Low club rates given wltb the INTE RIOR JOURNAL lear each for 1100 The growth of the Confederate Veter an published by 8 A Cunningham Nashville Tain U remarkable Iflj circulation of 84 Issues monthly gregated to January 1WO 1192452 copies Average for 1893 7683 18M 10137 1805 12910 ISM 13J441 1807 18175 1883 19100 1899 o166 Sub scrlptlons for the Veteran will be re ceived at this office It and the INTE RIOR JOURNAL will be sent for a year club rate of 1160 Dy applica IUoe to us copies of the Veteran will be sent to our veteran friends who are un able to subscribe W P Walton HIS LIrE WAS SAVED J R Lilly a prominent dtlua of Hinnl b U MV UtI a rti delttmaw iron a r1bLlliI dui la tlltog ot It be Nfl I wa- stale with Typhoid F evsr tbat ne taco Ineuma ale My iuags beam bUoIt I war so wak- ooaidn t ova alt up le twd ColhlDI bllat me- Iupecudta eon dll ot CeumpUo wbeo I l bid of KIoa New UUoovwy One bottle tM1et IrastlaMilU as t It s sow mwellMJiteosiIc redldomissIUh iuriN TU M ndqulckstestrelatbewofII loran Throat sad Lang t lsti4il Trial- butlls tics al PDOJS Drug durvesy lotus tuarmtu a C k O SCENIC PLAYING CARD We have just received a new lot of scenlo playing card Each card hagen exquisite engraving of a bit of seen cry along the line and there are 63 dif forest scenes Similar cards can not be bought for leas then II per pack The deBoealnatlofls are shown In small letteVi and figures In the corners so that persons who do not play card can arrange them la groups and frame them making very pretty pictures Send aOo In cash or stamp to coyer cost end postage and a deck will be mailed to your address W Barney Dlv Peas Agent Lexington Ky Low RATES TO Tilt NORTHWEST Tickets will be sold by tbe Monon routo from Lousvlllo to polou In Arizona British Columbia Colorado Ida bo Iowa Manitoba Michigan Mnno IOta Montana Nebraska Now Mexico North and South Dakota Utab Wash Ington Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at one faro for the round trip plus 82 on Tuesday April 17th nan rate for children between 5 and 12 In clusive Tickets good for 21 days returning Full particulars of your local ticket agent or cheerfully furnish ed with mope and schedules by E II Bacon D P A Loulsvlllo Kf REMARKABLE CURE OF HHEOMA- TI8M KKXNA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wife lied an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed for over a month and rendered her Unable to walk a etep without assist ance her limbs being swollen to double their normal size Mr 8 Maddox Insist ed on ray using Chamberlains Pain Balm I purchased fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance In any manner and she lima not bad a similar attack IIoceA B PAR rose For sale by Craig Hocker SPECIAL RATES TO WASHINGTON D CTho Chesapeake Ohio wit sell round trip tickets to Washington D C May 20 to 21 at ono untilorMay round trip good returning 3Ist on account of the meeting of the Mystic Shrlnor Keep these dates in your mind If you are going to make a trip East George W Barney div pass agent C h O Ky Lexington A bill ha passed both Houses of Congrcsu to permit dependent mothers of soldiers or sailors of tho Spanish war oven though they married ox Confederate soldiers to receive the benefit of the general pension law a In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that med icine Such persons make a point of tell log of It whenever opportunity otters hoping that it may be tho means of saving other lives For male by Craig A Hockor President Krugor of the Transvaal republic has 31 grandsons four eons and six eons Inlaw in the field against tho British in South Africa T It has been proposed In New York to prohibit by law the publication of 1osthutauaseandalons matter perScandalflctston of suicides or of those who have attempted suicide This says Youths Companion would be a good thing to do Persons who take their own lives are often insane If not actually de ranged their minds are in so morbid a condition as to unfit them for calm and accurate statement It often happen that with the intention of explaining their act they leave a letter or scrap of paper which reflects cruelly upon the character of one or more living persons The sensational newspapers print the letter under glaring head lines and the injured person has no redress A mere denial counts for little and there s no defense against the calumnies of the dead It would be well If newspapers would voluntar ily go farther than the proposed law would compel them to do and would refuse to print the detail of suicides It doe not concern the public to know precisely why or la what way some un happy person hu taken his own life To have the horrors of such deaths en larged upon and embellished and per hap Illustrated with shocking pic lures it demoralizing to the public taste It Intensifies the sufferings of the family and friends whoso grief Is already heavy and It dON no good to any humaa soul Sometimes it unset tlea weak minds with a craving for similar notoriety and so occasions nw suicides It may not always be posl bl to snppreu reports of lulcide altogether but newspapers which have a proper regard for their Influence in the community will minimize them u far al may be A full lxed grain of corn bearing on It a sprout half an inch long wa a few days ago removed from the tar of 12 yearold Kenneth Stubblnt of Ohrles vtlle 0 after having remained in the lads ear seven years On the day men tioned the boy wu seized with a vie lent earache and it became so that a physician was called palnlulI ambition the doctor foreign substance In the tr which when removed proved to be a sprout lag grain of corn On Halloween seven years ago when young Stubbles wu n mere baby it is said be wn standing la the door of his home and some merrymaker In pawing threw at him a handful of corn One of the grain war thought to have gone into his ear at the time but after an Inef factual effort to remove It it war be lined It had come out of Its own co cord The war department tau lately pub lished a list of the officer and men of the United State army who have re calved medal or been especially com mended for gallantly during the lilt two and a half yrera Two of the 60 officer whose names are mentioned and 33 of the entitled men are colored In view of the relatively small number of negro troops In the army this Is a record of which our darkskinned brother may well be proud Evidently the color Ilno la not drawn at the 11r trUne The famous Bonaparte trees on Washington Height New York ore dying There are only about 30 remain ing out of the original 400 The trees which are known as African cypress supposed to be identical with the gopher trees of Scripture were Intend ed for the garden of the Tullerle but when Napoleon was sent to St Helena the trees were brought to New York by Stephen Jumcl n merchant prince of that city A unman lately had the color of the pupil of her eye restored by tattooing with India Ink at the Miami 0 medical college Years ago an ulcer involving the cornea and en croaching upon the pupil left an unsightly white scar The patient suffered a three days ordeal during the process of tattooing A lady in Boston hired a auto mobile to do some Ihopplngnnd after getting well under way was informed by the operator that he couldnt atop the machine but it would be all right as long oa he kept going The power gave out after a spin of 13 miles the lady returning home on an electric carThe supervisors of Butte county CaL provide by statute that anyone riding a wheel on sidewalk in any unincor porated town in Butte or meeting a pedestrian must dismount and remain at rest while such pedestrian pun Bicyclist will be apt to steer clear of that vicinity There is no native of the state of Nebraska among its representative in either branch of congress notwith standing the fact that Nebraska be came a state 33 year ago and Will the twentyfourth admitted Into the union During a recent cold spell a large icicle Is reported to have fallen from the roof of a mill In WinooskI Vt ton roof underneath and went through to the floor smashing everything in its pUb A church society in Brooklyn dis cussed nt a recent meeting the question Which is more demoralizing fashion or tobacco The old conten tion between man and woman The South African war hAs again given the horse a dignified place among worlds thingsUsher Vp thethevalue but it U Irorudoubtful whether he is to be congratulated upon his re habilitation Though be Is no longer a drug on the market says the Chicago Tribune be has no brighter future before him than at any other time since the trolley car and the automobile began to crowd him oil the earth For the crow ngtI process continues at ante that might well alarm the whole equine race Competent authorities estimate that the Doer war la killing at least 6000 horse per month which will account for 3 or 40OO animals Ince the beginning of the war not counting those used for table purposes In Ladymith Kimberley and Alai king There Is every probability that the wastage of horses will be still greater when the British penetrate farther into the Doer country The Doers take special pain to kill the enemys hones because the death of a hone is almost as great a military loam as the death of a man The ell ma to also causes the wholesale sickness and death of the unacoiimated animals To supply thus enormou wattage the British are scouring the hone markets of the world The war office la said to bats Arranged to convey 20000 horses in 23 vessels from New Orleans Buenos Ayres and Australian port while at thetime si New York die patch states that a contract has been nearly completed lu that city for 30000 more If the war continues long enough at this rate they American horse breeders will be in clover Hereja the lteat story accordltxy to tho Kansas City Journal on the man niur am ewho Is too stingy- to take his home Ie rouewpaper MA man who war too economical to take this pa per sent WI little boy to borrow the copy taken by hit neighbor In his baste the boy ran over a four dollar stand of bees and In ten minutes looked like a warty summer squash Jill cries reached his father who ran to his assistance and falling to notice a barbed wire fence ran into that breaking It down cutting a handful of flesh from his anatomy and ruining fourdollar adIgot Into the cornfield and killed herself eating green corn Hearing the racket the wife ran upset a fourgal lon churn full of rich cream into a hatket of chicken drowning the whole flock In the hurry she dropped a sevendollar tt of false teeth The baby left alone crawled through the spilled milk and into the parlor ruin- Ing a brand new 120 carpet During the excitement the oldest daughter ran away with the hired man the dog broke up 11 setting hens and the calves got out and chewed the tails off four fine shirts An odd method of pulling a tooth svu tried a few days ago by a Bloom vllle X Y young man who had been suffering with toothache In vain he tried to extract the molar with a placers and tiring Then his anger rose and when his wile taunted him with not having a particle of tand be resolved upon desperate measure Procuring a yard of stove pipe wire he fastened one end of it firmly around the deeplyrooted tooth in such a man ner that It could not pull loose and the other end he wound around a ram rod Taking down hit shotgun he placed an extra charge of powder in the barrel rammed the rod home and stepping to the door he cocked the gii opened his mouth and fired skyward There was a loud explosion and tooth and ramrod soiled away skyward He has not since been troubled with toothache The Paris police have issued a notice warning the public and especially for eign vltiton that a great number of false SOfranc notes are circulating In Paris and the large French towns They are getting ready over there to fleece foreigners and the chances for becoming separated from ones money during the big fair are becoming very numerous In a recent case of pneumonia 8900 gallons of oxygen was used the sick man was packed In ice an alcohol bath wa given every 25 minutes and four quart of milk with three quart of whisky were administered dally The Brooklyn paper that tells this story toy the patient recovered Through the operation of Boston Sunday cigar law people who wanted to smoke there on a recent Sunday were compelled to buy a cheap box of matches at a large price and receive the tobacco cigar or cigarette as a present A shellfish known as the planno In the Mediterranean hag the curious power of spinning a viscid silk which IB made in Italy into a regular fabric There la a fish that ought to make music as well A Kansas paper mentions the death of 0 Whizz He was the gentleman whose name was so universally used by our Christian people 1180 eubsti tute for the favorite swearwords of the sinful class The American corn kitchen at Paris will be In charge of a colored woman trained as a cook in Maryland CONFEDERATE REUNION NOTES The annual decoration of the Confed crate graves In the Louisville Cemeter leI will take place on Juno 3 the last day of the coming reunion Several new bead stones are being put up over sumo of the unmarked graves In Cave Hill June 2 will be the United Confeder ate Veteran Reunion day at Fountain Ferry Park Louisville Among many attractions will be motor bicyole race these have a speed of 37 miles an hour Of the live full general of the Con federate army none survives There were 21 lieutenant generals In the Con federate army from flat to last and of these all were from the United State army but four namely Richard Tay lor who Will born In Louisville N U Forrest Wade Hampton and John B Gordon Of them the following are living James Longtircet Stephen Lee Early S B Buckncr Joseph Wheeler and A P Stewart besides two of those not from the old United States army mentioned above All of these are expected at the Louisville Reunion May 30 June 3 sloe nEWABD tire The readers of toll paper will W lewd to learn that there U al l ul one dreaded dlaeate that eclmehubeenable to nla all IU and thatlCatarrh 1WpCatsnb Cun Is the fraternityCaurrbcomUlutlonal treatment llalli Catarrh CUr li taken Internally acting directly upon the blood destroyInglbefouedatlonoflbedleeue patient up the eonntltutloa and nalur In doing lu work The pro prietor hr M much filth In lu curative power that they o5er110forsoyrssthat It fUi to CUll mad for l t of UillmonUla Jddrwi t J CIIENEY A CO Toledo O mold bI drught7Sc UaUrfamlly Mlle an the but A dispatch from Londonsays that a fund s being raised In Laurel and Clay counties toi o used 1b the defense of republicans accused of complicity In the Goebel assassination HO RIGHT 70 UdLIliESS The woman who U lorely to face form sad Urn per111 always have friends one who would hi attnctlf most keep his health If shell weak sickly sod all run down she will be nervous sad Irritable lfshe humoetlpalloa or kidney lroll- bl her Impore blood will wuu pimples blotches kin eruption and a wretched complexion Elec trio Uttten isihe beat medicine In the world to regulate stomach liver sad kidneys and to purify the blood It give strong nerves bright eyes imooth TeUetr skin rich complexion II will make a goodlooking rharmlog woman of a run DrugStore Bed Squirrel Jr No N It 8 Drown Stallion 1SJ hands aired bv SquirrelNothoroughbredThlt be ere of the lest breeders of futcy horses la Ken tucky always them see also and a SquirrelbassiredHe will make the season at our stable Stanford at 10 tonsure LJye Colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare Is parted with ilEAZLEY 11RO3 Stanford Ky English Hunter Combined bay stallion 18 hands high both bind anklet white Sired by ABOALLAII MESSCXQEH First dam the William Lusk saddle mare by Davy Crockett ton of Dennyt Drennon by Imp Drennon 2nd Jam by Highlander Abdallah Messenger tire of English hun teriby Messenger Chief aloe of Maud Messenger 211G English Hunter has proven to Ira the best sire of flue size and high styled saddle hones In tho country- I will stand English Hunter the season of 1000 at my stable four mite from Stanford on Crab Orchard pike at 10 to Insure a yvlna Galt Money due when colt Is foaled or more parted with A C DUNN Stanford CLEVELAND Jr Tblf doe Jack will make the leuon of st rur stable the late Horace Withers rni tear Stanford sod will serve marn at 87 to Insure a Living Colt CleTelind Jrli black with white points ISJJ Hindi high 6 yean old and has t rf Ten himself a tine breeder Ue war bred br E II Ballird of Madison the noted breeder of fire Jacks sad be pronounces him one of the meat lu the country li on exhibition at m stable It tSA LLIE Stanford Ky 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS moHTcAnyone sending a sketch and may lekl7 certain out oplllion free w ether InnDlion is probably Communte- stanstrlet loonndentLal handbook onPatents- sentrret Oldest eac tGr eats Ukan tbroaih Mann thereceivespe4lnoott without chsnre In Scientific JMerka1 bandsomly illotrated weekly UnrMt err Term Mi aws4ealenkeUi Our fee returned If we fall one sendinj ketch and description ot any Invention will our on tree concerning the patentabllltr of same Jlow to Obtain a Patent tent request Patents secured through us advertised for sate at our Patents taken out through us receive epecfat- woucewlthoutcbarge In TUB IWr RECORD an illustrated sod widely circulated Journal consulted by Manufacturers and Investors Send for sample copy rRKK Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorneys Less Building WASHINGTON D C NABOTH 10016 Standard Halt heard 21911 Sired by Waiting htm 2IM lire of latitude IlX ant many other IB the lliU Walilog hwa Nibothi WtlltIIII Duroc IK eon of UsinktetoiiUnud tire of Elatae 320 ths dam of Horlalne yearling record SiJlH Second dam Dta aliter la Jama Howetl Jr br 2i17y4I 45 sIre Jtl8 4 sad others that have produced 210 trotter alto sir of the dan of Electioneer Fourth dam by Liberty ton of Lear by Amer fan Ecllp NntLNbolb is a bar is hand high foiled June 28 ISM nil pedlgre contain blood of IUmbitaalaaUwr WUkn Mimbrioo Wilkes Jr and nan txi win SUoIA At18 tO InIurI a Living Colt provesi1 win also itind two Jades at S3 to luvIIMares grossed d r2 per cases mast be paid before they an taken away Care ta ken to prevent accidents bat not mponilbl ihould any occur J K Ky Eagle Bird ITbe mighty ton of the great King Eaglo Bird as a show stallion his but fey lie won the 1500 stake at Losing greatesthorse highfinishedare In demand and are selling for high prices either for business or breeding pur pooe Will make the present season at the table of his owners 2 miles wet of Stanford on the Shelby City plko at the low price of S1Q To insure fl Living Galt Parting with the mare forfeits the Insurance Also at the tame place wo will stand the floe mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM At 17 to Insure No better mule Jack will be offered fur public service than this one For further particulars address WOODS 0 SONS lEIP Stanford Ky 19OO At the Warren Russell Stables 4th St Danville Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid flay with black points UJf hands high foaled in 1811 Sired by Washington 54 lit Dam Belle by Rhoderlck 101 2d Dam by Denmark RHODERICK104Bay- 8talllon tired byMambrlno Legrand 07 by Highland Chief tat Dam by Son of Peters Unicorn 2d Dam by Downing Bay Messenger Belle the darn of Ireston was a great show mare Ireston tint attracted the attention of the public by winning the first premium at tin Lexington Fair and after wards at Richmond the rich purse of 81000 for the best combined stallion In the State and afterward at the St Lout Fair where ho won first prize over tho bet horses In the United States also at Kansas Citywhere ho again defeated SweepstakeExhibition after winning all of the drat prizes In Ken tucky Preston will maps the season at 115 to insure Lien retained on all colts until season Is PAID Call on or address 0 T SANDIDGE Danville Kv At Traveler Beat Stock Farm near Shelby city Kr King David 1442 VOL IV Combined lUUlon dark cbeilnut with a stripe In fire one white foot full U banili and weight nearly 1200 pounds Sired by King Squirrel ton of Black Squir rel lit dam by Stonewall Jackson Jr 2nd dam by Day M aenger Sd dam by young Charley Uorebead Will mike the seawm of 1000 at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the big Ji- ckEMPEROR 27 lly Governor Wood SJ Dam Atlas Bob Black with while polnta 16i hands high sad weigh 1150 poundi Will serve atl0curJenuete sad IS for marts to Iniure a llflng colt Lien retained on all colts until season money U paid Parting with mire or breeding elsewhere fbrfrtti insurance Core taken to prevent accidents but not reepoui ilble should any occur Grass it llM per month due when stock li taken away Call and examine my stock anti especially their produce which show for themselves I 8 TB1VIS Shelby City Ky OBDENSBUHM7 I Kr rd J28f trial 221 ChMtnnt stallion laj hindi high bred by Dr IHerr LtxlDfton Jty By Mambrinb Patohen 08 81n of of Including Ralph YII tt9ifd 2U7Constetla21- 2Jup2Ae n JIIY serer 10 1 dam Variety dam ot Ogdes blrtXHHbfOranlJIOIIOoalas 26 2dmb7Mlddletown lit 1 ii14sad the I dam 0115 la 230 eon ol Dam bltoa ilaIIa dm TrlllDpenUlI j fouio OKANdE BLOOM 231 CW ofOMnjeChlif fcUJf 1b other and the dams ot Red DIJm IH Ac by Mlddletown IK deco Nellfe Poet dim of Orange Bud 2JI J by American Star te Will Stand at 810 to Zsun ft LiVinl Colt WUl Also stand A Jack at S3 To Imure At my stable on the Somerset pike near Statfort The premium Saddle and flatness SUllloa- M S BAUCHMAN DIGNITY DARE DESCRIPIIOX Foaled 1695 15 band 3K Inches high weight 1100 pound mahogany pasIsingacknowledges Ii to all As a show horse he has already made a reputation winning la bU class and eepstalte a yearling many bluo tie lo bU three earold fortr he took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he Is very ttjllsh with great action and U quite speedy both In harness and under saddle believe the public Is now at forded an opportunity secure the service of the coming young of the day at a price within reach of all alrlrg a class of colts when matured that will tell readily on our Eastern market at fancy prices See him to full him- PZDIOHtlLred by the famous Chester Dare No 10 N S U It he by Black Squir rel 68 ho byhack Eagle OJ be by King Wllllam Washington Denmark be Dairies Denmark 61 and be by Race IIodpieford byRyUk1st dam Iaullne by dam bv Abdullah Messenger 3d by Gills Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Will make the season of at Lawn Mere stock tarn 2X miles West of Hujtourllle Ky on Bradfordsvlllfi A Hnstonvllle pike At S15 To Insure A Live Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insur anco and money becomes due at time of such transaction Mares from a distance kept at 12 month Grazing bill must be before removal of mares Mares In trusted will receive my personal attention but I am not responsible for or escape O 0 CARPE- NTEROKLAHOMA1 A chestnut stallionmesguring 161 bands andweighs 1500 pounds Is a horse of fine carriage and perfect in disposition Ho will be shown In Stanford next Court Day- Oklahoma i will make the season at my home on the Hales Well Hoad two miles South of Stanford At 510 to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand my jack BTJID- HT 6 TO INSURE Bud is by Billy B of Winchester that has never been beat in a show ring X E PATTBBS01T Stanford Ky GALTOW 12910 nl DuD uurranau Sired OambelU Wllkei 121l lire of luln etui OJrLouie Lorlne W 00 other In the 2 1rit dam Daisy Field tgrandim of Alice Wilkes 217 and Abuts l at two years old by En lIel 111lre ofd x In III aDd of dams of la 230 or bettar dam Qulc b Kntucltlrtoce Jr alreoJclht171qtnmooade21jsail often Third dam by Old Joe air of the dam of J tIUmbitta Wllkei ions lad daughters have 75 In the 2SO Hit- Uiltont colts art all fait sod good lookers and troulaRotbeen tested In show lie will stand at my stable two miles west ofHus tonrllle on the BradfcrdiTUle plks tt 10 to Insure a Live Colt tfM DODD HiutonTllle Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv APRIL 20 tgoo E O WALTON BUSINBW MANAGER gt Ate Om J Bally brtsn ot pain Its for the mother to decide health and a womanly organism- motherhood but adds to a womans AttractiYMM MELRW Wine Oard- etmIgthenlDgthe babys comg By revitalizing the nerve centre it brought chubby crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women feared they were barren It pmrifiM heals regulates and strengthens is goodfor all women at times No druggist would be without It f oa ForadvJcelacuearequhiJlgpeclalr r DepnrtmeatThe tanooga Tenn- MRSLOU1SAHAL1lkofJeaeton 0 uJ we had been attTTlyd tbiM oan but could not hare an efcudnn Nine mootha later had trbaby OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly Enquirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re suit has been as follows Year Population Year Population r 18107239881 I860 31443331 1830 9633832 1870 3858371 1830 12866030 1880 50155783 1840 17069453 1890 62823350 1850 2319I87S Here have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population- of the United States xc1udingrecen acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year 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 To the Ant niimt correct guns rem4 1300000 it thI seers 150000 To tie thbd 75000 To the tnorth 50000 To the fifth 25000 10 the sixth 20000 To the Hnlth 15000 rothiMitl0e h100aaouto 100000 Totheaext50ashi50amolstingto 20000 To the DuHOO each m IIIOuntiq to 20000T- oU Btzt600ue2i1uaiosBUacto 500000 To tbi uxt 1630 u a imoustiag 755000 I 2197 cash prettntt amounting to J2500000 In case of a tie money equally die vided guess on the above proposi 0tion must be accompanied by a years subscription ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY EKQUIRER This contest will lose a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the Director of Census at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and jJeleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER Send orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio g ARTISTICE Recommended br Lending IIremkc A s1 hey Always Please JJ M CALL LPA1TERN 5 NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICB 5 7Th patterns old la marly S ltr and H nlnk Unlt 4 Sala 5 Ilyoiirotalcrdixt not k Iktn nt us cent lumprKehtd polotI NV jg 38 to 148 W J4th Strut NIB York BKAMcn ornniFilth Ave Eg 1051 Market At SqiraacilCO M CALJS MAGAZINE Brightest Magazine Pubtlshtd Contalnt Beautiful Colored Plate Illuuratea Laieit Pattern Haifa magulaleterylonlityor ulr nnerlptlnanlYdeOrtu iacludlric a FREE Adoma THE McCALL CO 138 to 146 W nth St Now York i WILLIES LESSON OF LOVE Last summer Tommie Jones and me Were cllmbln1 all around And found a birds nest In a tree Away above the ground We took the little thin away With all the em Inside And oh the words ma had to 11 I lust sat down and criedITou wicked naughty boyM the said To pain the birdie sol Oh He that watches overhead Will punish you I knows It was a sin to take the neat And rob the bird of Now promise God JoylITo be a better boy So when I said my prayer that nightII promised Ood Id do The bet I could to make It right Ai ma had told me to I carried crumbs out every day And left them at the tree And tried to get the bird to stay And make It up with me She flew away last taU and that Was all I seen or heard About her till they brought maa hat Home yeattrdayt That bird Was there as Ane as life stuck through With wires you coaldnt see To make her look aa though shod flew Down from the nearest tree If God hates Tommy Jones and me- Aa ma let on that day Id kind of like to know what lie t Above ui has to say About the one that went and shot The little bird like that And alao of the one thats got It fattened on her hats B Klaer In Chicago Ttme Herald aa aA Efforts at Friendship B By Kennett F Harris laATE seems occasionally to descend from her magnificent conduct of the affairs of men to what appears to be a miserably trivial spite onlncldent of which is shown by the interrupted friendship of a prominent real estate man and a prominent lawyer both of whom have offices within a few blocks of each other on LaSalle street It is a circumstance perhaps worthy of passing remark that most real es tate men of whom stories have been told have been prominent either at the time of the Incident related or at some later period It h the tame way with lawyers Various theories have been advanced in explanation ofthia from time to time but it II probable that theI real reason has never been discovered However that way be the estate man and the lawyer met for this first time at a public banquet early last fall and instantly made the discovery that they were kindred spirits They happened to sit close to one of the doors and after the second speak er had resumed his seat amid wild applause and the enthusiastic waving of napkins the lawyer said Lets cut this and duck and the real estate man answered Ill go you and they both faded away and materialized three minutes later in the smoking room be lowThen followed a swteit communion that lasted until long after the ban queters had dispersed and until the j weary waiters yawned cavernously behind their napkins They found that they had much about the same views on imperialism and alngletUbeiltea that their estimates ot their mental caliber of the chairman of the banquet were identical that they had both smoked a certain highpriced and praised and widely advertised tobacco and bad no use for it in the world tbat they bad encountered the same difficulties in golf am that both bad a warm admi ration for Fra Albertus and Kipling When the lawyer began a quotation from a wInd tosaed weed tangle of The Seven Seas the real estate man finished It with just the right inflec tions to denote his sympathetic appreciation Then they fell to talking of the sad and solemn things of lifeof the deep mysteries of Nature and Being with side lights of personal experience and they told the waiter to bring some more of that and discoursed of bygone fish lag and hunting trips and of fishing and hunting trips which they hoped to make together In the roseate future They looked fondly across the table at one another with the kindly glow of perfect understanding in their eyes and brushed Impatiently aside the fragrant smoke wreath as they drift ed between them as though they had been palpable barriers to the mutual flow of soul It was a beautiful thing When they reluctantly decided that they would have to part they exchangedcards and each glancing down at the one he bad received said Why were near neighbor Then the real estate man said Whats the matter with taking lunch together and the lawyer said There aint anything the matter yes there is though my wifes going to do some shopping tomorrow and I promised to take lunch with her I cant go back on that this time But then there Isnt anything to prevent me calling you up by phone any time or I could drop in on you or you couldcall for me Ill tell you what Ill telephone you the day after tomorrow and well go out together As the lawyer said there was noth ing to prevent them from telephoning As a matter of fact they have been do- Ing nothing but telephoning ever since except when they call upon one an otherand case in vain The lawyer began It by telephoning according to promise A silvery female voice answered him end said that the realesUte man had just gone outj but would most likely be back about two or three oclock The lawyer said that in that case he would probably call around at the office about two oclock He had just started out with this Inten tlon when his stenographer got a idle phone call from the real estate man who announced that he had received a sudden summons out of town IIht next day the real estate man rang up the lawyers office It happened that the lawyer had gone over to the Criminal Court building When be returned he called up the real estate man and found that the real estate man was at a board meeting Four un availing personal calls were exchanged In the course of the next two weeks Then Fate relented or was busy attend- Ing to something else At any rate the stenographer with the silvery voice said that Mr Campbell was in and would come to the phone and the next moment Mr Campbell said Hello old man BelloP said the lawyer Say we seem to have been having some dim culty In getting together Where are you going to eat lunch tomorrow Any old place Ill cat lunch with you if you ask me Do you think we meetingI lawyer Ill you you to come Sayl I wish you would thobgh Id like mighty well to see you Ill be with you this time all right Til swear it if necessary At the same time I havent any kind of an Idea that Ill keep my word All you have to do Is to stay In the office and attend to your business Ill attend to the rest Will you do it Ill do It All right Good by Goodby The real estate roan stayed In the office until he got a telegram from his friend which read Dont wait for me will explain laterThen be went over to the pie counter at the board of trade and consumed dudgeonIthat be had been called away to bedside of an opulent uncle In Iowa who had just had his second stroke of paralysis He made another effort at an appointment but It was In a half hearted despairing way Ills succes else failures had unnerved him and left him more than doubtful of himself foredoomed to disappointment The real estate man felt about much the same way and they both abandoned sit attempt at communication for a month or two Then liS the real estate man was pUlI- ng the lawyers office he thought he would just look In for the fun of It He told himself that he did not expect to see the lawyer and that this being the ease there was more than a reason WHATS TilE MATTER WITH TAK INO LUNCH TOQETHEnr able probability that he would be in lIe was not in however and the real estate man went out bitterly disap pointed lie left a note asking the lawyer to call him up and the lawyer called him up and learned that be bad Just this minute gone out Then the whole thing was gone over with again As the matter now stands the two men are quite Intimately acquainted with each others stenographer Ob Its you says the young wom an who attends to the real estate mans correspondence Of course I know your voice e No he Isnt in but Ill tell him to call you up when be comes In I know It wont be any good but we might as well ob serve the usual routine Per haps youd like to call Well I really couldnt saynot with any degree of certainty but Id be very glad to see you No I dont think you change much as the years go by but then seeing you so often I might not notice It Yes Ill tell Mr Campbell hell be glad to hear from you I know Id give a great deal If he could He says hell raise my salary when he does Mr Campbell holds similar dialogues with the lawyers stenographer Sometimes he comes in and finds a penciled note lying on his desk It is a lunch Invitation He picks it up and glances at the familiar handwriting and then sighs heavily Seating himself In his swing chair he places his heels carefully on his blotting pad and allows himself to sink Into a mournful reverie that brings back to him the once fa miliar face of his friend of a night The lineaments of that face are grow ing hazy and indistinct now The real estate man Is beginning now to be afraid that be would not know them If he saw them on the street And the lawyer Is haunted by a aim liar fear Chicago Dally Record Blond WlB ot Romano Teutonic peasants were the providers of blond hair for rich Roman prln ceases who loved the contrast of its flaxen hue with their black eyes They even had morning wigs small and tightly curled of any color and kept the beautiful fair ones to wear when receiving their admirers In the evening A Hail Sttt Mistress Bridget are you supersti tlouaDrldgetWel1 mum 01 tlnk its un lucky to break a looklnglass 01 broke de parlor mirror in de lasht place 01 lived in an lost me job Thlladelnhtd Record Jz1 fiuplvesed Eaalloe Sniff Skooplflys wife is the bravest and coolest person I ever saw ShaweAhl she looks like a very ordinary woman Snlffl know It but I visited there while her baby was cutting his first tooth You may not believe it but at the time nothing In that womans conduct would lead anyone to suspect that anything unusual was going onl Puck Screw II W a s Itte Mr De Avnoo I saw our baby way around on a side street today The baby should be kept in tho park Mrs De Avnoo Thats where she Is You must be mlnlaken Mr De AvnooNo Im notl Dont you suppose I know that perambulator that 1 paid t62 for N Y Weekly They Dream No More lie loved her for her pretty faro Her nzure test and trim He had baadlome countenance And therefore she loved him Yet they are weary and the world Seem bleak and full of woe Hut tin years married and their sixth Vas born a month ago Chicago TlmeiHerald PROOF POSITIVE a Willie at Lincoln parkSsy pala that parrot over there the wife of this onePa sadlyI am sure of It my son Dont you see how much larger her bill is Chicago Dally News A Pine Combination A warm sort heart and a cool hard head Are the two test things on earth tis said Elliott Magazine Kot Dtseasuaed What this exclaimed the editor of the womans magazine You hue engaged a married woman to run our household department Oh thats all right answered the assistant Shes always lived In board inghouses so shes not disqualified by experience Chicago Post A Quick Choice How did you like those two poems I sent you asked Willie Wisblngton There was a long one and a short one wasnt there asked Miss Cayenne Yes Which did you prefer I havent read them yet But I am sure I shall like the abort oneWub ington Star Ko Reel for Him Physician I told you that the pa tient must be kept perfectly quiet and you have disobeyed my orders Nurse How so Physician You have left his colored shirt on a chair near his bed Town Topics Doable Compliment Hostess Oh Mr Borum Im o glad you have come flattered Are you really IDarum Indeed I am If you hadnt there would have been 13 at the table Chicago Dally News IToo Late a literary man for a room Have you anything that will suit me Landlady No Ids Ive just rented my last hall bedroom to a poetfarlem LiteIHe tad Mrs Ferguson about to retire George have you looked under the bed Mr Ferguson Yes and 1 found what I expecteda wad of gum stuck on the under side of the bedstead Chicago TribuneTwo Inqalrl Father calling from head of stairs at 1130 p mJennledont you think its about time to go to bed Jennie Yes papa dear What on earth keeps you up so latel blc3go- Dally News i JIhe owes a good deal of money Yes but he isnt worrying about the money he owes its about the money he cant borrow Puck One Good Quality Mrs Minks Theres one good thing about these matches They always make a noise when one steps on them Mr Minks Yes they are just as safe as rattlesnakes N Y Weekly lIoulII the length of his chain tone dont want to His chain reaches around the world Brooklyn Life Eternal Feminine IThIs Miss Falrlelgbs portrait a good likeness Miss Cleverton Xes It looks just she would like to lookPuck IJ What lie Wasted proudly My daughter would be a credit to any men- The Duke Thats the kind of wife 1 wantTown Topics IA Doubtful Compliment Aunt Ella thinks you area nice little boy DlckI hope she dont mean Tm a sissyl Puck Mutual Benefit Life taraape Co Of Newark Ncw Jersey ORGANIZED I84B Assets 6941971778 Liabilities 0481070724 Surplus 502569322 The DM Policy The est Company Annual Dividends Before placing your ip plIcailcatloD for Life Insurance se- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky STRcferencn Our Policy Holders THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Thl is now the most up to dale Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re centljr equipped with the marvelous Aaaitlgmit LODICB the now discovery ID optiC science to uy to the Ladle that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a largo trIck of the very latest Designs iri JVJouldhpgs Patterns never sold In thll100aUty beforehave to be seen to elaborate Suit sole for framing from the simplest photograph to the most palntlngl Among the New FleQr De mouldIngs specially for lultableiqellcale pictures Embroidered Mao French Water Colon and pictures dulre a dainty frame When la Danville call sad see us and get our We will eate you money 124 Third street Opposite Post Office DaarllU Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DQCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and stomach Itemed on Earth list been tried 00 years new failed to Core Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Ohtonic Headache r- And the great majority of ailments caused by a TorpIdJLlv- erDOXB 3fOT ITATJBXATX OR GRZPX I But acts gently on the Hrer 25 doses In a box for 25c Try It once and you will never be without It ForSaloby W L MoROBERTS Druggist Stanford KyI e I i s S SSSI S S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 VERY LOW RATES VIA THESOUTHERN R R MAY 29 80TH 1000 During the Confederate Reunion at LouiiTllle the Southern Hallway will tasks a talc of Ic per mile traveled In each direction making rates to LouiiTllleJ nd return ss follows From Lexington 1170 LawtenceburtIIS6 Georgetown 1165 Midway f 65 Versailles 1160 Harrodiburg 1170 Uurglti SI 80 Shclbyvire 6c Tickets will be sold Stay 28th 29ih and 30th good to return until June 8lb 1000 Also reduced rater from stations on Lomirille it Atlantic R Queen A Route and all points South In connection therewith and from other stations CrescentI Southern Railway not named above at similar reduced rate of Ic per mile 2c per ml e round tri- pConvenient Train Strvice and Best Accom modations l Passengers for Louisville via The Southern Kallway arrive at Seventh Sweet Union Depot within one b ock of the Confederate Veterans Amphitheatre I For tickets or other information apply to nearest agent of Southern Railway or connecting lines- Correspondence isolicited Address If we AI TURK O P A Waahlngton D C ap J IIIwrIII train avery weekday 4 hurt Sunday WM H TAYLOE I u AOPA Louisville Ky tt Oar Oa Cte or Gat Gnut wo rneto 4 On In Route new Orleans fiouston 6alwston and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shrevepott over the Queen and rttttt From Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than anyOther Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibule Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules OnlY One Change Cars to Vicksburg Houston Dallas ban Antonio etc lilT UII te CHmAkoooa mtmwimK new onium u IMI CMICUT novic I 10 en To INDIANAPOLIS i Four Fast Trains TO Toledo DetroitIAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS ttjsvm 4 tlni every weekday 3 trains on Pullman and Wagner Sleeper Sundayjon night trains Vestibule- d1arlorCArondaytrsinrt 4 tram every wuk 3 trains en Sun yJo CHICAGO I ri I IsttCplniv INTERIOR JOURNAL rSORD KV APRIL 20 1900- c WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER B best materials combined with skill and accuracy insuro good t ts No other aro over In PocayStore k PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP ss JEANIE WEAKEN Is In Somer i IIS W H SHANKS vliltod her us In Madison 6It GOLDSTEIN will bo at the St on the 23rd reO A MCROIIERTS Is visiting elreate In GarrardLb ml a MOWENS took a pi son Loulsvlllo yesterday MMY little Eon of CC Terry bad rm broken while wrestling Its AE GUIDONS of Danville bo guest of Mr G A Peyton tUEHTFl8ll of Mt Vernon was yesterday soiling our merchants v R D MAHONY Is working In co at Parksvillo and Perryvlllo- LKJE T L SHELTON Is hobbling Rd as the result of stepping on iRS r ALBERT RAXKY of Shelby ty was the guest of Miss Annie Phil JS STARKE I FISH of Louisville was so guest of his motber Mrs M E fhbMUIS EULA TorrEv of Stanford is visiting Miss Nell Ray Lancaster cord R8 G C GlVFNS got 81000 by tho ol her relative Mrs Patterson t lbonJ- THE Charade Club had an enjoyable vstlng with Miss Sue Rout Tuesday inlng Its J P JONES and children left itcrday for Madleonvlllc 0 to Tbl brother isS EVA LAMVJBRS of Richmond i arrive today to visit Miss Suo file Hale- R W L McOARTY went up j lJlameburtt and returned with bl- s and baby Wits J F HoCKKRofJunctlorf CtaI ont several dayswltb her daughter reo W O Speed MRS ANNIE WitiaiiT HBLM of reland Is tho guest of Miss Kato Ira Lexington 1I0raldIMiss LIILIE MCCLARY who ha uen attending a business college at xlngton returned cterdiIMR FRANK HOLTTCLAW will start Wyoming Sunday on account of bis Ito Ills wife will not go RS NANNIE MCCARTY bay bee Jlnted postmaster at Mu Salem in 0 of her deceased husband JlR AND MRS CLAY JONES of tb cacborsvlllo section left this wool- tr Oklahoma City O T to live MR S H MARTIN of Rockoastlu orders his paper sent to Lynohburg whore be U visiting relatives r K J T TEItIt Will taken etc k 1o vUltlng at Highland several days S tad has been unublo to got back to l 1 LETTER from V It Coloman late Casey says that ho has a good pool tlon with tho O ti 0 at Thurmond W VaMR W A YANTIS of Pnrrygool rk Is hero on a visit to his sisteri Irs W A Carson and spent several eve with Dr J T Bohon Miss PAULINE MKIER got tho con t 0 lost In four hours after the paper Ing of her loss camo out Mr Tom anco found It and brought Ilto her- Mit AND MRS R P JACOBS hove mow AshovlllcN C Mr Jacobs ing sufficiently recovered to travel I y will bo gone several weeks lu ocato in OROE W DEBORUB JR passed a thi satisfactory examination before ed f Dispatcher L M Westcrfiold for Itperatora position which ho will Hi got tins E A BLAIN has returned from jw Mexico whoro she and her brotb J B Gentry spent tho winter She j Mr Gentry la greatly Improved t will not return till later A DISPATCH says that Mr A F vans who used to live bore Is at tho ad of a movement to organize a Ken t cky Association at Kansas City hero over 400 Kontuckfone are locat MRMOSESC TANNER lato a sol ler In the Philippines was hero yes rday and showed ua the largo collcc t on of relics ho brought homo with I t n They aro exceedingly Interesting d Mr Tanners description of each as good aau lecture LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work aOtt a nice addle go to G H Farrla Co r r1AltDEN Seeds and Seed Potatoes i nrron Shanks nit millet seed sweet potatoes and hoMjnsocas of all kinds go to Hill k r J 3ER Champion corn planters Die o rcws Drown and Mollnocultlvatorf an Ina MctlnneyItthe L OUL Ladles low cut shoes will plcaso you J P JoneeItg DlginsHAtye eoIdt Baptist church a 8300 carpet OUR Taffeta are all the RO J P Jones FnESH caught fluh overy Friday at George II Farrls it CoeIt plantstarsalsOUR boys will lay the nustonvlllo club a pome of ball there ufmorrow af ternoon Tun Milwaukee binder and mower for sale by J T Jones agent C L Dawes salesman TUB court of appeals atllrincd the incoln circuit court in the caso of King o vi Bright I HAY Straw Corn Oats SbipitufT onlyJSIEtrACLSLos between Stan ford and Danville a pair of gold rim mod spectacles Leave at this ofllce OLD Mocic V1U8KD Weath oxford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Hue tonvllle H C MockcDUD niATT claims tohave found a wild dog wlth pups In a hole on J H McAllitcrs farm He managed w- atchc one of the pups which Is as wild as a deer and which It seems Impossible to TEETH Aunt Frances Mitchell aged 60 and colored Is cutting her scarednabout it Now teeth are pushing old ones out and she Is suffering no little Inconvenience by the peculiar freak nature has taken sometare working It for all it Is worth Rob crt B Leo Sims naught a four pound bats Wednesday and JP Jonescaugbl clut4areRuoucnD FIVE sera King T J Foster and G II Cooper went to Frankfort Wednesday and after nr gulag with tho State hoard of squall utlon succeeded In getting it to re duco thR raise on lands and personal property other than money and bonds from 10 to H cents on tho 1100 THE Citoi5 MriJohn Bright lays that wheat prospects have materially retrograded In the last few weeks The beacause is such a heavy stand of timothy Tho long cold rainy spells askg d no good little oats have been sowed Crave prospects are poor TBNNIS CGUttAbout a dozer couples of the younger society sot in town have urganlied a tennis club and met last nlghtat Miss Btta Belle Cloyd a 11cIdeM Ice Virginia Plokett Sec and Trens Sholton M Snulloy They will have their court at Mr Wm Severances largIo Ing the summer Mn ATONXO n CASTLE who lease the Hustonvllle Green River Volley Telephone linos for three years tolls us ho is now gain over the floe nn giving It general overhauling Quid and olllalcnt service IB what ho prom fees his patrons and ho Is sparing nclib or energy nor money in making his word good and tho line 0 in cory particular Ills headquarters are a llustonvllle where ho Is ready to hen r compliment or complaint ConiiiN is putting tho big pot into the little In preparation for tho Odd Fellow celebration tboro April 20 The lodges of London WllllainaburgNorth Jelllco Middlcsboro Plnovlllo Crab Orchard Stanford Jolllco Ten Lebanon and Lebanon Junction are ox petted and hundreds of people from all over the Strata Balloon ascensions base ball and bicycle races music speaking dinner and refreshments aro somo of the good things promised Tho Stanford degree roam will corifci do grces at night Thq L L N will give a rate of ono faro for tbo round trip CAME BACK Felix White started South the other day Intending to locate Ho got as farae Nashville whet bo attended church at night Tho choir sang that good old song with deepest unctionlGod be With ua Till Wo Meet Again The sad refrain carried him bank to home and friends and fearing that aorauthlng might happen to him and God forget to bo with hUnt ho loft the church and atrlldng for tbo depot got back to mamma and papa tho next day At least this Is tho tale that Wilt Whlto tells This Is equal ahao to tho story that Editor Louis Landra told on two of the young men of his county He said they started to the army and go tb the dccldel after reaching Stanford togo y Brodheud Instead a READ A E Gibbons wall paper toiIN two days aweek this oftlco got out a nlco little pamphlet of 30 pages for too Knljrbta of Pythias and did lots of other job work TUB Enterprise Roller Milts Mar scball Milling Co proprietors started up again Wednesday after u rest of sovoral inonED- eSaVERALdaveoof fine weather have caused many gardens to bo pleated and much farm work done It is sprlnk ling rain now with a prospect of a pour down PAINFUL ACcJUENTiGertrude lit tlo daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Wilk inson pelf yesterday and a noodle she had sticking In her dross pierced her breast Its lull length Dr OBannon was called and gave the little sufferer chloroform before extracting it TUB way the L k N gouges our clt tzcns because it has no competition Is a caution Yesterday we received a shipment of typo from Chicago the freight on which was within a few coats of as much from Louisville hero as from Chicago to the Falls City THE suit for damages by W Vernon Richardson against tbo Loulsvlllo Post will be tried at this term of the Boyle court and much interest Is man tested In It Mr Richardsons honesty as an election ofllco was violently as sailed by a correspondent of that paper flu Tar fund to pay tbo expenses of R L Hubble J M Alverson and S J Embry who woro Indicted Jn the U S court grows distressingly slowly Tho only money received for the past month is II from that sterling young democrat W T Deck By the way tbofce who subscribed will please forward the money WANTS Fox HOUNDS Mr J R Hardln writes us from Farlstoo that bo will give some of the fox hounds a good home if the fox hunters hero wish to glvo them up or aro determined to kill 1noan to the chase to como up there and bunt Tilt Central Kentucky Medical As sociation mot hero yesterday In quar terly session with Dr Elliott of Dry antsvlllo Herring Klnnaird and Wes ley Lancaster Drs Bcrtlo Carpenter Brown Alcorn and Barker Huston vllle Wesley and Haney Mlddlcburg Moore and Lowder of McKinney John S Cooper of Livingston Thompson Klngsvlllo Edmiston Crab Orchard and Cook OBannon Brown Peyton Bailey Carpenter Lewis Stan ford present Drs Alcorn and Kln naird wore essayists on diphtheria and there was a general discussion of tho subject by society Dr J G Carpenter read a paper on Surgical Elections in Obltrctlcal and Abdominal Surgery which was also discussed Tho next mooting will boat Lancaster and Dr Elliott was appointed to prepare a pa per on Gastroentcrltls U D OF aMr J W Alcorn president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy requests that tho members and all interested meet at her house next Tuesday afternoon for the transaction of Important business It Is tho Intention of tho society to glvo an entertainment of some kind shortly tabdI tbo gallant Georgian who was soot In a skirmish at too Danville toll gate in Waka part of the courthouso square Ho la burled to Buffalo cemetery Mrs Al corn cays it la her intention and that t4t0 isvillo and she hopes that all will go BLACK LEOMr W P Grimes who lost 17 cattle with black leg last year and whoso neighbors all Buffered losses moro or less from tho same die ease tells us that ho has vaccinated his herd of 130 twice at a cost of 2075 Ho purchased the virus of a Detroit Mich firm and found that with tho cost of the syringe otc tt costs about 20 cents to vaccinate a yearling and 10 cants u calf The virus is applied with a needle shaped syringe which bold a enough for ono animal after a halo has been made In the tall with an awl Two vaccinations aro necessary In about two weeks of each other Mr J T Blngaman assisted Mr Grimes and with four hands they vaccinated tho 130 head In half a day They also vac clnatcd 35 for David Anderson and so far neither has lost an animal from tho operation or from tbo disease Mr Grimes said as far as ho could learn alt tbo deaths from black leg had occurred in his section and east of here none ap pearlng to yhe Weat Tho Loulsvlllo Derby will be run May 3 had too Latonla Derby May 28 W I Dooley was appointed postmas oftar at Withers Rockcastlo county apmpointed postmaster at o county poachutports the prospect good for a fair crop of that luotous fruit Glasgow Times LAND AND STOCK DtrectumThe get of Baron Wilkes won 130 000 last year John Anderson sold to H C Adams a bunch of hogs at 4c thedefendantSix mares booked to Directly hove 2091Ohio sale at IIa bushel John Cook StanfordIt James Redpad of Boyle sold his lOcWmenlsch a bunch of 117pourfd hogs at 4c O B Perkins bought of G A Mor atlioThe top of the Cincinnati market on andlambsCJohastanat 3J to 4c I want to buy the seasons of several good brood mares to breed to jacks M S Baughraan Beazloy Bros sold to Kendig of Pennsylvania two harness horses for II 25 and 1200 countyfarmering 13700 In gold Everett Middleton the clover Dan vlllo trainer will assist Scott Hudson with his string this year O P Huffman bought of Frank Co r dler a bunch of hogs at 4o and of Ca menlsch some heifers at 4c Coffey Bros sold to Hinkle Wake field of Bardstown a threeyear ol gelding for 9200 Adalr News W A Trlbblo sent his mare Kat Molloy over to Woodford yestrda tq havo her bred to Highland Denmark The damage to fruit trees In tho vi cinity of Canon City Col from the taco heavy storm and frosts Is estimated at 1500000 Florizar woe the Tennessee Derby at Memphis with F W Brodo second and Tho Conqueror third Distance 11 miles time 200- Cumberland river farmers in Pulse pebushelr at 13 per barrel- Dispatches from Mississippi show that the destruction to property and crops by the three days hood la greatly Jn excess of first estimates BradyTerry a hogs at 4c Ho sold to D N Prcwltt his lambs for May delivery at Co Juno at tile and July at 60 At Georgetown Monday 1000 pound feeders brought 4c yearlings 4c to ilc heifers 4c and calves 918 to 822 Sheep brought to 25 to 8660 each A fow mules sold at 8175 to 8225 a pair Charles E Green of St LoUIS has leased the historic old Kentucky As sociation grounds to a syndicate of Lex fogies turfmen wbo will open fps track May 1 and bold a raco meeting next fall At tho dispersion salo of the Fair view herd at Chicago Tuesday 112 Hereford cattle averaged 8US9 41 Dale the champion bull brought 87600 the highest price stet paid for a Hereford bull In the United States at either private or public sale Dalo was bred andr Ued by Mr Graves who sold him In his salo at Kanea City two years ago for 81000 to a Mr Nave Theresa 02800 calved In 1898 brought 13000 and Lady Help Imported 82 600 Produce And Junk Wanted We hue teaUd In Stanford for the purchase of gga Chlckeni Ketlhcn Ulowng the like For JlubineCast Iron we tor o JtlhUDltrd Denduc sod get our STANfOltD PRODUCE CO J Hold end J Ulckoff THE FIFTH AYE HOTEL Louisville Iyr The most centrally located and only FIFSICLASSHotel In tho city making 2 RATE One block from tho principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts o tho City Everything neat and clean Paper Hanging And Painting Poo arc beforo you lot your painting will save you monuy I will furnish paper It on tho wall from tee up In other wore I will sell you paper ai cheap ns you can buy It In town and hang It at Sc per bolt t will do pointing In nronortlon All work guaranteed J J UELIJEN Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will toil or exchange for a small farm In tho vicinity of Stanford n house and 8X acre of on VanArsdale Avenue Stanford known ftl tlwtyattsplace cull part or all of It For further late cull on or address KyiB E L SIMS Stanford C LftDIES I We havo received our complete stock of Ladies Misses And Childrens Oxfords And Slippers The newest styles of the season They are up to the very minute in style The Finish Is PerfectAnd we personally guarantee LeatherOxfords CUMMINS HCLJLRY NEW IyWe with to call your attention to some specially nice things just in from theEastern market All Wool Black BatUito 42 path 86c Mercerized Black Liberty Cloth 44 inch fa Black German Surah Cloth 48 inch 11 Black Peau De Solro Silk 10 inch 1133 Black Satin Duchess extra heavy 21 inch IK Satin striped Chillies 2S inch35c New things In V CHIFFON NET AND MUSLIN TIES Agent For The Famous IIMWAGEIt Ir COMSET JOHN P JONES Stanford CARPETS 7 CARPETS We are offering some splendid values in Carpets Let us show you We offer four beautiful patterns in fine all wool Carpets a- tYD150CReal valuo GOc Big lino of Shades Curtains And PolesEverything to make homo pretty and comfortable SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oilsw Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig Hooker Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottojlce at Stanford al ueondclast miller IP b1ShiTtxaiay asadIixidape aT 1 PER YEAR CASH I Whonnoteopud3COvillbecbargedKNOXVILLE 14 Train going North 1tMam- 1e a II Z U a m 16 II South 12b5ama 1162 P m For alllFolnu JCENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION I AmlTea at Stanfordat 108 x 4 Learn at 210 n No2t ArrlTc at norland at 1200 OAT HoH Learn Stanford at 280 P U QUEEN CRESCENT Trains colnz South pus Junction City No1 ees Dot stop No 3 1160 P KoJ 1122 AM Mo 9 605 p GoiogSoulhNo2 doesnt stop Nat hU No4 I P So 106AM FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains lean Frankfort a650 AM 340 r and lrit connecting at Georgetown with the Q and 540- PasrachtoglraokfortettercoonecUag with Q AC trains at 1120 A r IS r ne latter train leuea for Geerletownat7ISP- R JtG McG LRY UNDER Tasksra11f Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky l BEAZLEY HAYST- J1TDEETAEEES AUODKAIKUIM FurnlturelUattinJsRugs And Wall Paper Tbey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right t STANFORD KENTUCKY Green River Woolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky WAHUrAClTRKUS Of Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets And Yarns WmaVe a specialty of 11UIL CA11DING ao1- tleootYarussingle ply or0 plIn any color par machinery la ant clau eed tbe loodl made by us wo guarantee to outwear the product ol other millsany 4 Jean wade at yard lOox wool required for a ya U Flannel at 9 on wool required Plain UDOJaty J2 e b oa wool roquiret Illra glary wool requlr colored red orTwiu 2ye oz UM 4 ete more All Wool Blankelatl pttFSlba wool required to a HlngU Yarn lb IS ox l Yarn Ilkreel to tbepiund2 orS IlL isoa wool required to a pound extra I rod blue or black to yarn at 5l 3e a pound Our Motto llmli tirade Goods nard Tlma Prices Batourace home Industry OIre to y boua labor Why send pur work to distant mills I when you can get a betlerfcrllcle at home for com pusiUTely the same price We mllclt yow pa and to lire satisfaction qlal 1170lworkInpricaaudlnair dealing Ilrlnf us that our jour work wo chairs us not extravagant Wool taken la ex dune lor goods at maret Write or call sod get our Prompt attention to all Inqul ha Agents wanted Wool shipped In lots of l Mbds or over freight one way We do not pay any Irelgbt on less then 101 pounds t URKKX UIVKR WOOLEN Mau Shipplcg Point McKinney 1hll Casey Co Ky Isaiah White Agent Stanford Ky i ZcOTTZSVZZiIJS 10CSICAGO i Trains Morning and Evening from Un ton Station 10th and Broadway Passen ere desiring information and nrtM to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska lad points in the far Weal Including Oat ifniitt address btttkJ AgtiEJass Agt WH McDoel VicoPres Gen Mngr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr mlD41oIaanIo CRAB ORCHARD The click of the busy hammer foro tells an early completion of tbo cottage on Greenbrier St Mr W E Perldhs will soon tlnlsh hla building on Stanford Street Mrs J F Holdarn who Is 801lcltln funds for the Goobel monument Is dc1 slrous that all should immediately bring In their promised contributions and receive thelrcertlQcatcs A prompt response to this request will be thanle fully received Our clever and accommodating merchants now have their shelves filled with new goods of all kinds and prlce8 and are ready to watt upon their customers fn pleasing style Our mUlto ners Mrs Klttlo King and Miss Jcnnle Payne are prosperous and all thli s betoken a thrifty season at G O Why should it be otherwise Wo have toe location the delightful air and the n est water In the country and with a few generous liberal hearted enter prising citizens our placo should reat ly be the Saratoga of the South There will be a business meeting at the Baptist church Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock at which all the members fro urgently requested to bo prescnt The ladles will meet an hour carller for the purpose of organizing a Ladlcs Aid Society All are earnestly s01lelt cdto attend at the appointed hour and it Is greatly desired that they will aU take an active part in this praise worthy undertaking and accomplish a Jrreat work by so doing Heros success to them In every laudable effort for Jrood Wltn Christian woman what osslbilltles are hers I Mrs John A Baldeman of Lout v1l1e Is visiting her mother Mrs Jane Buchanan Mr and Mrs A Addam ebanon returned to their home after a few days stay with Mrs Buchanan Mr Will Pettus of Livingston bus re irned to his place of business after jelling his father Dr Pettus and imlly Phil Pottus aed Kllburn Stuart of Haloy are mingling with home friends for a brief period WHllai rooks is spending a few days with bls other and sister The health of Dr J S Stapp in somewhat Improved Mrs Stapp and Mrs Egbert are recovering from a serious attack of grit Misses Sallie and Ada McWhorter has turned from Lebanon 0 where the haie been taking a heavy Normal course of Instruction LOUISVILLE RACES IEATEST SPRING MEETINO EVER UELD IN KENTUCKY BEGINNING MAY 3 ONLY ONE FARE FROM HERE FOR TUE ROUNDTRIP INCLUDING ADMIS SION TO GRAND STAND Beginning on Derby day May 3 one of the greatest race meetings over held In Kentucky will bo given at the fam- alia Louisville taco course Eleven stukes Including the Kentucky Derby worth 16000 will be run during the 15- days All the crack horses in the country are engaged In these etakce eluding Lieut Gibson Bangle Johi Bright Lleber Karl Pink Coat Jean Beraud Rush Klllasbandra His Lordship Kentucky Farmer Cleora Anna Bain Streamer Ways and Means FJaunt Avenstoke The Rush F W- Brode The Lady in Blue Cambrian Bnd many others Nearly 1000 horse Bre now quartered at Churchill Downs wring large fields and exciting contests There will be five or more race each day with liberal added money Ml the railroads have put on cheap excursIon rates tho round trip iron Stanford being only one fare This- also includes admission to the rand- sland each railroad ticket having coupon attached which can bo ex angcd for a badge at the gate Thli Is the cheapest rate over offered from- thls point and a big delegation w1l- 1leave hero on Derby day to take advantage of It- t The Derby will bo run on the open- Ing day Thursday May 3 and will be- foUowed by the Debutante Stakes Turf Congress Handicap Bluegrass Stakes Clark Stakes Mademoiselle takes Fchr Stakes Wenonah Stakes Pre- mIer Stakes Juvenile Stakes and Kentucky Oaks in thooder named These are the biggest turf events run In the- West On Saturday May 12 the Gen tlemcnl Cup race will be run DONT DE EO STUrlD When you luflier with headache dont doe your- aelfwlth poisons Dont take Dr So and Ieadacbe Then li nothing the matter wllh- your head Your liver li Simply reldneringakick- a llr r cure The lied Circle U a IlYer- cure pure and huple- TUESONO OFTHEBHinT Is not half pathetic aa the song of the poor oman who u eternally groaning under the- lle1iht of the agony common to her We cant Into details here She will Sod them together- wltb the remedy In a box of Red Circle Ill It AKE YOU SWEET Maybe you are too sweet You art Indeed If TO- Uhue DUIttet When your doctor tells you that vou eaeeii aod that he cannot ou then lak a net Circle fill every nIght until all the ug if disappears from your urine It will Oot you than one Tliltfrqui your doctor and will xc line you A WONDEBKUkJSOAP ghtlaketheblotchro5yourface but there- wonderfulIt no aoap how enr that will amore foetal eruptions 1ulclte- rIbn anything else It l the lied Circle A CllOOKED CITIZEN I he with a tack bent double with lumbago Red Circle mil will take the kink out of the llrar aad the link too W1IAT8 A STOMACH Nolhlog but a reservoir There la nothing the- matter with It Oo down to the bottom and get at the ralres which are out of fix and which keep Ibo ODteoU rom tooting along If you dont ou- rDrrepla will continue to make you train and chiefTlT Is the llrer The Red Orel will open It up lubricate It and put It In good workla order Take one every night for a month or twO mouths Nature will do the rest NINE 1EOME OUT OFTEN t Hulfer with constipation Nine time out of ten Ibe lied Circle will relieve It And uollke- otber remedies the cure Is permanent tearing the bow li In a normal condition THE GREAT QUESTi6rr SVER Eli CRAII ORCHARD April 18Please to correct by saying three miles one league and not three leftguea one mlle as In last Issue I am asked another question by a learned professor of a college Cat a United States Senator bo to that office who resides In a dllTcrent1 State No becaueo the constitution fixes his qualification and says ho must bo 30 years of ago and a citizen of tho Stato for which ho shall bo chosen as well a citizen of the United States Dut a representative in Congress may be elected In a Congressional district In which be docs not reside If resident tho State Ho must be 25 years old What is meant by a Congressman at large There must bo a census or enumeration of the people every 10 years and apportionment of rcpresei tatlves In Congress Sometimes It II ascertained that a State is entitled to Another representative In Congress b fore redistricting the State and thon such State Is entitled to elect a Cor pressman at large that Is by belnjr voted for by all the qualified voters of the State Senators are elected by the State Legislature Senators and Congress non receive 5000 each They can serve as long as they can persuade an over credulous people to elect them vblch U generally till the garden seed tlvo out FONTAINE Fox BounrrrK- lngsvllle Lincoln county Misses Gertrude Pennybackcr ant Lizzie McFarlatd after spending B few days with Mrs D P Dineen at Somerset have gone to Knoxvllle and will to thence to Chattanooga to visit their ausln Miss Besslo McTeaack Mist Gertrude Murloy who has been the Juest of her sister Mrs Jas Robinson fot several months left Tuesday for her homo at New River Tenn Misses Annie Lizzie and Myrtle Lee I1rG visit Inlr at Burnstde S C Carter a Frank for k Cincinnati railway ticket agent of Frankfort spent Easter Sunday here wltb his grandmother Mrs Pealrsand tiling on old friends J H Loyal was bere a few days ago taking up ties D B Flint and wife have a nice now boy at their house Mr and Mrs Wallace Walter spent Easter holidays with rel atlvcs at Stanford Mesdames Charles Trusty and Phil Delaney attended Mrs George Webba funeral at Burnside last week E M O HATTANOOGAS GREAT SPRING FESTIVAL Low rates via Queen k Crescent ThG spring festival to be held In Chat tanooga May 712 promises to be one of the greatest affairs of Its kind ever wltnellscd There will be grand street rade8Palno6 display of fireworks music and military entertainments In nnecilon with the street fairs to- wblch this year Is added a reproduction of the great Worlds Fair Midway lalsance replete with entirely new features One faro for the round trip from all points on the Queen S Crescent between Chattanooga and Lcxlng ton A visit to this historic city should no be missed The committee In charge arranging every possible means for itcrtatnlng the visitors As to further particulars regarding rates etc catl- on your ticket agent or address O L Mltrbell D P A Chattanooga Tenn O W Zoll D P A Cincinnati 0 W C Rlnearsoo G P A Cincinnati phlo t Paducah has sent Admiral Dewey two bottles of 20 year old redeye in a sliver case 0T6L FOR SALE adlng Hotel In Somerset with good buID- will sell or trade for good stock farm principally gnnAlltresalNTERIOR JOURNAL hathes Shoes VI i Patent Leather- Vlci 4I lKid Turned Soles Welt Soles- SLIPPERS Patent Leather Vici Kid- OXFORDS Two Button One Strap Two Strap 4 Vesting Tops Panel Tops Kid Tops- Heels and Spring Heels Prices from 1 to 3- ill Newest o Styles Vo trouble 1 To show them ei At t- 1e JjncRQBBRTS BICYCLES REPAIRED Moat complete Ulcvclo Store In Central repair any break In a IIIe1- clo SVorkmanhipGuaranteedDANVILLE CO 4 115 3rd St Danville Ky SPRING MILLINERY Spring Stock of Millinery Including man- ywdesigniinowlailr arriving and InYIte to call In and se It when In town Price euonaLIe Itut Fashion llatn Mesa KITTIK Kixn Crab Orchard Ky leering Binder For Sale No1 Deering Hinder has cut thirty ncrell of train Will sell very clieap aa havo sold rny wheat crop R ILCnow- olby City Ky all fVou Need Shaving Or a lead hair out wait till you iro to Crab Orchard aod hue tam Ulakmore the nnit ton S its art- IsUllhe Stale work on your head lie cant b- eIL IlememWr tbe plw illskemor ores 0- 0ntl Llrery Ktable Crab Orc- hardPOSTES I her warn all pesos from tnwpanlng on rfarm for any pur whaUter- WM LAKDOUAK Krlger Ky J also warn all persons from trewpasslng on mT- rarm on lluck Creek for any whaWTer KBKII NIKCLLA Oltenhslin Ky American Wire Fence I The Best MadetTry It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co Colunjbus Buggy Cos Bug g1es Also Troy and Moyer Makes Call and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky l liON G G GILBER Is a oandlilftto for reelection to Cone from this diAl riel subject to any fitn1ar notion the party may take DINK FAK2IIKR fOlionyour support JOHN C PEPPUESl- a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln CouLoly subject to the action of the democratic par ty Your idpirartU solicited New Boarding House I have luored Into Mrs Kate Dud tenra hou onlJincatwrtftrwt and am pleiarvd to frolah monthgood t reawni price KtujthlnK new Hood tahl anti nice lied ruoius Sixrclal dinners on Court Day laSa YAXTII FOR RENTGood property In Uiu town of Crate Orchard W LANDOUAK Krlger ICy FRITH HOTEl F FOANOISSO Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY llest Hotel In the mountains riles consider llbrtenmtetalltrain Special attention to In runt men V S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain VlthVlUlUrd Air Physician Insttem ance Office In the Yew TbonrMon Ilultains in IMPORTANT NOTICE Totbeiwepleof Unord I will ulplr oil with to from pure distilled wi Watarr1tghl1IcOn thiseac 0 IIolowingprice ror over o nta delivered fur ins than 100 pounds rer Quad Urdtrs ttllwl any hour I alto have th tat of Cost Block lump aDd Not at loteL prl Ala Brick Urn it rUrns sra cash and Mils must be abe resented AirphonofdMs proiaptly nllfl od UtUdlon all ItTours lhQumOliltoill 0 SUlK J T STTTTOKT Undertulcor ustonville Kentuck OaraklsMrTlet4 the people ofVst JDCID- land Catty aunties oll stock 0 Oofflnsand Can 5DPLEASE READ January lei the regular emlannnand tiling time Isis como cono settled withI- DO have notmoot my patronS of them you are ear If you are one settle Thanking 000 oU81tlnfcontlnnaee a llntoshs Livery feed Stable MCKIffEY KY 36od illge tat rcMonablo pricetD9 Uera double auolhlI for day or If you want to work Caseyand adjoining couatlM Mcl lnn tho lace to drl- rom Horse well cared for by lnjlo feed dayweek or month A share of your pa ronlte FOX LOGAN LIVAEY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Uorse and Mule constantly on hand and or sale at all tim- esMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror incoslcr I Kentwcky ewlyfaraiahed clean beds splendid tabto firfltchsa Porter meet all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Icc s constantly on hand a complete line Ilarne urnl- tnre lluegleso 4c Agent for Peering Mowers and- Dladera and repairs Oliver Ohllled llow- the best made always for sale Call on him 06 The ou hern utua1lnm men COmp1nJ Of Lexington Ky THEOLDEST AND THE BEST 110m Offices Luln Ky- teueral05ceIoulnille Dranch OfBlees at lUltlmore lid 1hiadelphlals- dla To Certificate Bolders 29218225 PasseiTo BeserveJFund 9600925 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford t Spring 19OO Trees Plants Yincs Everything fur Orchard lan and iard n The largest dock In K of Trull end Ornararntal Trrr lira Vint Strawberry llants Mpangns- Ilhuturbandgoobordlnartly grown such nu establishment tleneral Nurwry and Mrawberry natalities to la ball on ilirwltne il tMiiuisMtYEiiLexington WHITE HOTEL- w IL CAUUICK mon CORBIN KENTUCKY Cloestolasseoger Depot KlrstcUaa throughout ltatesFtperdsyS Ne Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KyIGoods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffletcTt McItoUrU Pruf Store In llalUlm Owl1trI R A DENTISTI Ilionc No 41 Over IllRKlna MrKlnnry I w BPENNYDDS STANFORD KY two urn at llesldrnf on Lancaster Street DR R COLDST6IN TIIK Celebrated Eye Specialist o r LoulNvlllc KentuckyW- ill be at the St Asapb Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23d Minting out day in rash month Eyes EtAalned and Olusei SdontlflcallT AijtttUiH- eirare we bat age- ntaFIRSTNATIQNALBANK OF STANFORD KY Cayttal8took 1100000 Surplull116SS 61 This Institution orlflnall sublUhed u the La osltEank of Stanford In 19M then reorganised u th National Dank J Stanton In Jltt aodagaln eorganludas th First National Hank of Stanford n un hat had practically snunlnttrropUJxIs ineefoi 41 yeas It Is Utter supplied now wlti tacllllies for transacting buInes promptly and Ub rrallythan Trbforln tta longland hoooiabli career Accounts of Individualedudarlaumi- nd DIRICTOkt- Held Uncoln Co J W llaydsn Stanford STllarrll 8 U Baughmtn J5lIoekarII TP Hill I 1VP Walton It W A Trlbbl 411 ColllwCrab OrchM M J Miller MIYercou N 0Elmore Stanford orricaai J 6 Igor er Prcsld nth J J Mcltoberts Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock uccessor to The Farmers Dank d Trust Oompany and under woe management ously for 2tl Years BankISolicits Your Aooount I toplngsueb mutuallyDtUECTOJlsl J JJ Wllliauis JBOleySr JN Jlenefee A W Carpenter W II Cummlai J E Lynn n Shanks CubtOwilsy OFFICERS B H J UOwsleyOaahltr W M Bright Aa Cashier