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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d t SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL lVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 24 1900 9 A M NO 15 1 NEWS OF THE VICINAGE Too Western UnIon has opened an uptown office ut London fbo Marccr County Investment CoM hat gone up the spout John Brannara was given seven years at Darbourvlllo for murder e Dudley M Ball ono ofthe mot prominent farmers ol Mercer county li dead J Morgan Oldhara u toldlcr In Gen Morgans command aged 02 died In Madison Ed Taylor took the premium at a hop- at Somerset for being the ugliest man present W J Goodwin of Somerset has moved his family to bit 13000 residence In Lexington ExClrcult Judga Henry Clay Lilly who iuftcrcd a stroke of paralysis re cently died at his homo at Irvine AdaIr county bat contracted with the Champion Brldgo Co of Wellington 0 for two Iron bridges to cost 10 000 Deputy U S Marshal W T Short of Mt Vernon was flrcd upon from ambush in Clay county llo returned the fire but nobody wus hurt The Cincinnati Southern Railroad erotic the county from north to south about 47 miles Somerset Journal And inavs enough taxes almost to run the county J W Nichols president of tho Southern National Dank at Louisville died suddenly Saturday Ito was born 00 years ago at Danville and his father was a member of the faculty of Centre College Mr Nichols attended tbo col loge graduating there W II Galncs aged 75 years died at Richmond of pneumonia Ho was the father Inlaw of William Pryor ton of former Chief Jtitllco W S Pryor The prosecution in the Baker case closed at Darbourvlllo after Introduc lag testimony showing a conspiracy to nstaeilnato cxShorlff White of Clay county A witness swore that be saw Ilakor Lake Whites pistol from his body and lay It by his side to yarn the Impression that ho shot himself Tbo jury In tbo caso of Doc Lowrey who outraged Mr Million In Madison failed to agree Ten favored banging and two SO years Imprisonment Judgb Scott said tho case was of such Impor lance that bo would Order another trial to begin today and the sheriff was told to summon a special venire of 100 men There le much excitement and It Is said that If the court doesnt bang Low rey a mob HURCHES AND PREACHERS Elder J G Livingston will preach at Holdam Mill next Sunday at 11 oclock- A u Rev J W Hagan will preach at tbo Crab Orchard Christian church at 11 A M Sunday Tbo meeting at tho BaptUt church at London conducted by Rev forum resulted In 30 addition Dr Vaughii meeting at Somerset was brought to a oboe by bit Hlnei There wero seven additions Rev Eberhardt le holding u meeting- at ibeBapilst church Purl and there had been 20 additions tb last accounts All the pastors in tbo Danvlllo dill trlctarohfrdd to take tile collection for the American Blf le Society beforoI the meeting at ItlaekvllleMay Thcro will bo no preaching service at tho Baptist church next Sunday Tho pastor Rev J B Crouch Informs us ho will bo engaged in n 5th Sunday meeting at Mt Tabor Tho Walnut Flat Sunday School was reorganized Sunday with a good attend anco Mrs J T Blngaman was elect cd superintendent and Miss Linda Ows Icy secretary and treasurer The old Baptist church building at Harrodiburg Is to bo torn down at onco and tbo material used in constructing I the now edifice It Is a historic struct urn and has beon standing for 78 yearn Two years ago the Metropolitan Tab ernacle better known as Spurgeons Tabernacle In London was destroyed by fire In an hour It Is now nearly rebuilt Within a month tho Taberna cle will outwardly bo us of yoro The old Tabernacle cost 8100000 and tho now ono 200000 Trouble has boon caused In Sherman l1peopleyoung woman lay in a tranc as a result of religious excitement Tho city council passed a resolution do nouncing tbo revival as n nuisance and I demanding Its abatement The chief of police at onco served tho notice and tho holiness meeting was dispersed by tho police In the midst of a sermon Later In tho night Irresponsible parties cut the holiness tent to pieces BRAVE MEN FALL liver uaJ hldDe trouble u neliounoeuut W relwttneathingturallmanywbee beIBell len diesor run did dose more to gin me new atrengthnd goat ap I could take can now oil ilanjUrugBtorelter7bottlegusr- on nrt l Mo n LINCOLNS SOUTHERN END A visit to Klngsvlllo and Waynes burg ImprtBBud mu with tbo rapid and substantial growth of those two 110 called uiuuntulu towns nil well as tho largo amount of builncs done In them At Klng vlllo W L McCarty C G Baker G A Walter J M McCarty nnd J W Thompson wero all so busy waiting on tbo throngs of customers that It was hard for tbo I J pilgrim to get in a word crossways with tboo gentlemen Ono would naturally ask whero does the money como from This U easily answered The people In tbo Southern end of Lincoln work their farms work their timber interests and work where and when there Is anything to do and lastly but not easily they live within their Income Wagon after wagon unloads at Klngsvillo and Wayncsburg dally lumber cross till staves o the merchants paying for tbem In goods There are a half dozen taw mills In hearing distance of the two towns and their output ts very largeAt Klngsvlllo I found W L McCar ty wife and baby all sick with tbo grip The former was at bis store but should have been in bed By the way there Is a great deal of grip In this section and tho doctor aro kept busy attending patient with that and vari out other troubles which seem dis trculngly abundant just now M J Murphy one of tbo solid citi zens of tbo county Is putting up a handtomo residence near Klnffivlllc Robert Smith Is building a home while a half dozen houses havo gone up on Highland Avenue slnco my last visit Mr Pcnnybackor who runs one of tbo best hotel In tbo country is alono now al far a her children are concern ed and tbo hotel haint tbo lively ap pearance of yore Her son Claude Is operator at Burgln Miss Gortrudo It vliltlng In Knoxvlllo and Mrs Dlnoen living at Somerset Mr J ML McCarty Klngsvllles milliner took too through her hat trimming establishment and showed mo some beautiful spring and summer head gear She does her own trimming and Is at tatty as her prices are low D M Crolghton bad a sale of two aero lot Saturday afternoon They are omo distance from Klngsvlllo and averaged about 820 Assessor C G Baker spent several day of last week at tbo bedside of his door Mrs Henry Meade of George town who Is dangerously Tbo un settled stave of affairs the Seato It In has kept Mr Baker from receiving his money for hi work of assessing last year and ho It somewhat Inconvenienc ed by It A G Coffoy bought Saturday of Cy Walls his farm of 120 acres on South Fork for eMO The C S people now think they will shorten Kings Mountain tunnel by cutting It considerably at both end It Is strange but nevertheless truo that you can stand at ono end of this long tun nel and too through It but when you get as far at a third of the way you cant too out at either end It la gratifying to know that our ex towntmon Meer GSA sad Wallaco Walter are doing well in tbo merchan dicing business They arc getting their share of trade and hard a mot compre hcntlvo stock to select from Wayncsburg merchants like those at Klngsvlllc wero busy Both L G Goocb ik Son and E B Caldwoll fi Suns had crowds In their stores and wore selling dead loads of goods The first named firm Is building a 28x48 two story slorohouso In front of their old housfi which has been moved back about 30 feet and will bo a most con venient and commodious boua when completed E B Caldwoll Sons storeroom Isnt very large but It is woll filled with good goods of almost every description In the back Dr A K Caldwell bas a stock of drugs which ho it doing welt with I am sorry to state tbat Miss Estlll Caldwoll who baa boon so lit continues very low W R Singleton Is hobbling around on a sprained ankla ho got while run ning to tho file which destroyed H H Singletons saw mill but bo could walk well enough Saturday to help mo get a number of now subscribers II H Singleton received Saturday tbo now engine and boiler for his saw mill which ho will eetcloso to Wayncs burg Ho has hundreds of largo logs there ready and can load tho lumber on tbo care as ho saws It Some good Wayncsburg women engaged In a lively fisticuff about a young man a few days ago but I suppose tboy aro ashamed of It now ana tho least said about It tho better John McKee eon of J 0 MoKeetbo big fruit man told mo that only a part of his peaches arc killed and tbat bo expects a fairly good crop The pros pacts for other frults bo says aro most Uuttcrlng W L McCarty has the prettiest young orchard I havo seen for many a day Even Highland is growing and Im proving Thomas Butt le one of those who have built a comfortable house J In Butt Is preparing to enlarge his oro while fencing Is being donG by many The farms around arc cleaned up and looking pretty and prosperity Is In evidence on all Ides E C W POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Of the 2600 bills Introduced In the luto New York Legislature only 300 became laws Hon A E Stevenson Is going to tbo Philippine to get arguments against the expansionist Senator Barrel announces that bo Is going 10 resign and go to Sherman Texas to live Good Gov Beck hum named Kit Chlnn of Harrodtburg at an aide on his staff Ho U a son of Col Jack Chlnn Tho Cynthlana Democrat declare for JN Ketioe of Muysvlllc for tbo democratic nomination for Congress In the Otb Representative Boutellc of Maine has been nominated by bis constituents for tbo llth time although ho Is a phy sical and mental wreck Tbo sliver republicans bavo formally changed their namo to Lincoln repub licans and declare themselves thoroughly In accord with the regenerat ed democracy Tho announcement of Congressman Gilbert for reelection has as yet called out no other announcements and It is pretty safe to assume that ho will bo given a clear track Senator Blackburn says that the Porto Rcan bill ho thinks Is thodcath knoll of tbo McKlnloy administration that Bryan s election II not only assur ed but also a large democratic majori ty In tho next House So far Massachusetts Rhode Island Pennsylvania North Carolina No braska Oregon Utah District of Co lumbia and New Mexico hayo Instruct ed for Bryan with a total of 160 votes Aggregated wealth today controls tbo action of the republican party In an hour of peril the republican party can draft a man but It can not draft a pocketbook for the republican party has put tbo dollar above the man W J Bryan Completo returns from the Louisiana election show that the democrat car- rIed every parish In tho State save two and elected every Stato and local oil ear except two sheriff four police judges and three magistrates Tho democratic majority on the State tick et la 50000 or more The Alabama republicans got to lighting and shooting in the State Cap- Itol while holding their convention and Gov Johnston ordered the building closed to both factions Then two con ventions were hold electing two distinct delegations to the National convention Ono man was seriously hotI When the credentials committee re ported to the Tennessee republican convention at Nashville the Evan fac Lion withdrew from tbo hall The re cult was two conventions two national delegations and two State tickets Jno E McCall was nominated for governor by the Brownlow convention and W F Poston by the Evans convention This la the wav tho Loulavlllo Com mercial goes back on Its republican friends when they ao not swear to suit It Ben Golden was tho star witness In tbo Colton caso and his testimony was discredited by several witnesses of Irreproachable character Wbarton Golden Is the main witness for the Goo bol prosecution and Is under IndIct met tu an accessory to the Goebel murder Pneumonia is one of the most danger ous and fatal diseases It always results from a cold Chamberlains Cough Rem edy will quickly cure a cold and perhaps prevent an attack of pneumonia It is in fact made especially for that aliment and has become famous for its cure over a Urge part of the civilized world It coun teracts any tendancy ofu cold towards pneumonia Can you afford to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can ho bad for a trifle For sale by Craig IIockcr Drugglsts Miss Italia Garibaldi the grand daughter of tho liberator uow visiting in this country la a most accomplished young woman Sbo has considerable literary abllllty reads the classics and speaks four modern languages Mrs Lydia Tatro who has just died at PlttaUeld Mass literally oboyed the command to Increase and multiply Sho was the mother of 20 children three sots of whom wore twins The C 0 will run a cheap ex curslon to Old Point Comfort on the occasion of the presentation of tho ell vor service to the Kentucky battleship about the last of May Mrs Mary Dakor Eddy of Christian science tame is generous enough to counsel her followers to submit to vao olnailon when the law requires it The St Louis Dally Chronicle burn ed out causing a loss of 50000 RED HOTlFROM THE GUN VM the ball that hit OD Madman of New uktcb In the Civil War It horrlble Ulwi that no treatment helped for 20 year Then Iluckltna Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Eruplionguarauteed Sold by Penny Urujjlit u hJ LANCASTER GeorglaMoat of the blind tillers are caged tho farmer are busy peace reigns and now items are scarce Mr A E Crone has been to Corbin Col John W Miller Is out again bo Ing slightly reduced In flesh There are S3 men In our town who will weigh over 300 pounds and as the fruit promises to be plentiful they will Increase In weight Mr E W Arrold witnessed the marriage of Mr John W Burnslde and Miss Lizzie Wallace at the homo of Rev Copas near Fork church last ThursdayA man was asked here If ho had worked Stanford He said that he had been there but that tbo town was too small to do as much business as ho bad done here nenrlPaintwill bo burled today Monday De was about 80 years of age and an Intelligent worthy and prominent citizen Dr A A Wllllts the great apostle of sunshine will lecture at tho opera house Monday night Anrll 30th lie one of tho most pleasing lecturers on the continent and over 100 tickets have already been reserved at McRoberts Letcher Owsloy says that fate is against tbo democrats because so many daughters are being born In their tam lllcs but Dr Herring says this is the caso because a number of the republi cans are going to be hung which will equalize the votes at last tiroIwere hero to see the city Sunday Mr James A Bcazlcy vas elected an elder of the Christian church Sunday and I Is hoped tbat be will go out and hunt the sheep that go astray Instead of sitting around and abusing them an some have done The manager of the opera house was fortunate In booking The Two Married Men for Tuesday night They played during last week to crowded house in Cincinnati and they play all next week in Loulivjllo Troy go from here to Danville and Bowling Green leaving out tbo small towns such as Stanford Tickets are telling rapidly at Stormee drug store The malicious and envious back biter and tattler doea more to destroy human happiness and disrupt society than all things combined Many worthy people are lowered In public estimation by reports from the tongues of those who are Infinitely worse than the per- Sons maligned Cultured people do not tattle The family Is tho unit or basis of society As the boys and glrls art so will tho men and women be Par cote are therefore largely responsible for tho condition With proper home culture the social world would be bet ter political prejudice and corruption would bo supplanted by correct princi plea peace would prevail and the Christian religion would control men In word and deed Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford otters for sale a 32x47 Cottrell Newspa per and Job Press at a bargain This press has a speed of 1500 Impressions an hour but It is too slow for Walton Tho press that is to take its place can turn out about 3000 completo papers In an hour The Journal says the press that Is for sale Is as good as new but Its Lancaster correspondent let the cat outof tho bag by suggesting that the hot stuff It has printed lately has warp 01 the cylinder Somerset Journal THE BEST IN THE WORLD We believe Chamberlains Cough Rem edy is the best In the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesome cough and having read their advertisements our own and other pa pers we purchased bottle to see If it would affect us It cured us before the bottle was more than half usod It Is the best medicine out for colds and coughs The Herald Andersonvllle Ind For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists Two spans of tbo L tz N bridge at West Poscagoulo Miss bavo been knocked out by heating logs Freight tralllo Is suspended Malls and pas angers are transferred In skiffs Tho MObile Ohio can not resume work for tour or five days By transferring passenger traffic has been resumed on other roads but relent traffic through abanIdonArrangagllotlo Nantlnglnnavnlk Sya aramraus Slvlk Is the tame of a news paper published In Greenland Heathen Cbarley Moore has quit the newspaper business and started a mill at Russell Cave A Negro who assaulted a white girl at Tazowell W Va was lynched by u mob WORKING majiT AUD DAY The busiest sod wl hllt little thing that ever pillIsasngu wonderfulInbjr Penijr Druggist WJttIJJ PAPERFor 4 Cents I Inmy Store rc PaperpricesWe Hang AnyPlaceYou see the paper matched up just as it will look on the wall and get Itat once SuppliesAE GIBBONS DANVILLE KYNo 306 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 IIARDWAP i lIe also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac llo will both buy and manoacture 011 and Spirit Staves and Is always In the market for SHINGLES Ho will exchange his goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him yourproduce II Very Ibin man Or a Very Fat Man Pays the penalty of bin size at most clothing stores Not hero though Stout ami slim sizes in great variety Our new SPRING SUITSAre the best that ever came from the manufacturer They fit our ideixs We feel sure theyll lit yours Come here and bring your extra size along and we will fit It This is the proper time for SPRING TOP COAT I thinglintsTHE GLOBEYour Money Hack if Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman 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 read to furnish you what you wan t ILflDW SHOES FOB MlENo Always call on us Our forte Is wear resIsters and polite attention CALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furnishing house of Danvil e f H m- AC SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber AoOnth Shingles Etc- I will duplicate any prices offered Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PBESIUKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call onI MRS NANNIE S 8AUFLEY Lady Principal Li A ALLEN A CO Contractors And3ttidersSTA- NFORD KY Material Yellow Fine Flooring Ceiling Doors Have now a complete stock of Building Sash mind and all klndaof Dressed und Rough Lumber Shingles and ateol BooBng Lo cust 1oau kc We make estimates on any kind of work wanted Office opposite Dr L n Cooks 1tT a r + sW p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r STANFORD KY APRIL 24 w P WALTON THE man who doesnt believe tbat Taylor was accessory before and after the tact corroborated as tho circum stances are toy tbo confession of accc- pliccs Is either a sympathizer In tbu assassination ol Goebel or Is so obtuso that he would not believe though one rose from the dead said a dlstlnpul cd lawyer to us the other day as be went on to recount the acts of tho vllo creature who usurps tho otllco of lOVe crnor connecting him with the crime Leaving out the fact that bo protected the assassin who fired from the bulling of which he was In charge by sur rounding It with bayonets almost bfore he sound of the deadly shot had ceased to reverberate his attempted adjournment of the Legislature to London a week and the chasing of the body allover Frankfort with bayonets In order that the victim of his hired mans bullet might die and thus terminate the cor test furnish proof of his guilt ulli clent to bang him And vet tbero are people who profess to believe that an attempt to connect him with the crime Is malicious persecution and tho repu Means are saying that they will nominate him for governor agalu If tbo supreme court decides against his pretensions We do not believe they will get the chance to vindicate him such a way If he does not continue to flee from justice and let a jury pass on his case he Is as sure to be convlcte as that there Is law in the land We have no more doubt that Taylor Is responsible for the murder of his political opponept than that there Is a supreme being and that If be gets bls t deserts his life will pay the forfeit Lethe hangman get ready A number of necks are to be broken THE friends of Col D G Colson of whom we are one are glad to know that a jury of his peers has pronounced him guiltless of murder in the killingI of Ethelbert Scott and the unfortunate bystanders Under the proof tb verdict could not have been otbcrwls than an acquittal as deplorable as tbeI whole business Is We would not add a word to what has been said on the witness stand about Mr Scott for be had many good traits but there is ni doubt that be reaped as he sowed The prosecution did not try to convict Cpl Colson of murder but of manslaughter because be was alleged to have pursued Scott and killed him after he had quit the fight As usual Judge Danny wentI out of his way to needlessly assail the prisoner at the bar and to say that k every respect Scott was as muchI above Colson as the singing lark overI the dust of the earth This mayorI may not be true but Denny nor any other man can truthfully say that ColI son is a coward or that he ever vantage of his adversary to slay him As soon as Taylor heard of the In dictment against him he struck fromI Washington to New York and falling on his knees before Gov Roosevelt be seeched him not to let him be the scene of his crime Does thlliookI like he is ata innocent man If bo wereI not as guilty as hell Itself would he notI court the closest Investigation And the hired advocate of assassination 1vet and force the Louisville Post that the Indictment against Taylor t carries no stain of presumption of guilt It The man who would write such to be ornamented with a coat ijwltb and feathers Is a wellknown principle of law shout the assassination organs In unison tbat a man can not be convicted on the evidence of an accomplice Sure but when tbo circumstances fare In themselves sufficient to con f without the corroborating tell tlmony of an accomplice the latter on- lyJ clinches the matter So It la with i the case of Taylor and his hired band of cutthroats and assassins especially of Taylor against whom the clrcum stanclal evidence Is so overwhelming that he who doubts is damned OUR belief has been and is that Gov Taylor will be fortunate If ho Is indicted pipes Billy Brecklnrldge who expects to ret a fat fee out of him Tho belief of the people has been and la that Taylor will be fortunate If bo doesnt get his cowardly neck broken even should ho have the persuasive powers and silvery voice of this anx lous attorney to defend him iWILL Mr Watterson please oxplaln to oblige an old friend and follow ser vant why he always puts It tnls way liTho CourierJournal Is a democrat and not a republican Isnt It sufficient to say one Is a democrat without add ing and not a republican Surely he is a democrat ho Is not a republican whether it is so stated or not DEWEY signed deny that bo said that a democrat Ja a cow ard In war and a fool in peace Tho admiral is likely to have many things to deny during the next few months and If bo la wlso bo will cease loom troubling by going into his hole and drawing it in after him CHARLES FINLEY was tendered a ro caption In an Indiana town the other night and ho amused the eympatblers with assassins and assassination by making a speech on Kentucky afTalrlf In which ho attempted to show by a diagram that It is Imposslblo for a man to nave tired the shot that killed Goe bel from the secretary of states offioe In the executive building That kind of a story will do to tell to the marInes but Finley dare not cone to Kentucky and tell it to the old salts If tbats the best be can do a jury wouldnt be five minutes bringing a verdict of dec against him Gov BRADLEY says that Taylor w1l return to taco any Indictment that may be brought against him Tho ex governor knows a good deal but tbero are things even that he doesnt know and be neednt be so cock sure about Taylor coming back It la not so mucb the fear of lying In jail as it Is of lylnjl in tho cold ground with a broken neck that keeps him and Finley and Powers In exile yesterdaysIare going with very few exceptions to support the regular ticket of tbelr party and will be just as much in favor of Mr Bryan in 1000 as they Vere against him in 1896 We are for Mr Bryan We are for him In deadly earn cst Wo are going to do our best to elect him THE picture the Courier Journal bas been printing of John L Powers Is not Powers at all but another fellow TheI paper had been imposed upon but It makes up for It by giving a plctur Sunday that will Identify the fu ItlvoI from justice anywhere THE Harrodsburg Democrat basI been sold to democrats Editor F E Spotswood is a good writer but his notes for some time have been jog hog out of tune with his party THE LATEST LOUISVILLE April 24 830 A M Iradleys statement that Taylor would eturn being accepted now as a hint to Taylor that If bo doesnt como back to lace Indictment the republicans wll rash their hands of him Hon German B Stout Woodfon ountya representative In tho Legisla ure died at Georgetown State Senator Bell the youngest iemb sr of the Senate died at Morgan fleld C D About Conspirators and Assassins Only two of the republican usurper will appel their cases Pratt and Burke The others will let theirs go yulefaulu Finley seems to bo quite a hero song the Indiana republicans Why should they not for him band mely A monumei1t for example fter the event Courier Journal Henry E Youtsey one of the men Indicted as principals In the assassination of Gov Gocbol was arraigned at rankfort Friday The Indictment was read w Youtsoy who pleaded not gull ty Motion was entered for ball and the hearing was set for Monday April 30th There Is no doubt that an Indictment has been found against Taylor but it bas been held up because Judge Can t11lI did not want to either prejudice tbo case of Taylor before tho supreme court or to create sympathy for him tbere The judge is much insensed over tho announcement of the Indictment and is endeavoring to ascertain how the Information leaked out Taylor Is stlllln Washingwn and will remain there until his case has been de clded by the supreme court BRIEF NEWS NOTATION A 20 per cent cut In nails and wire- bas been ordered by the American Steel d Wire Co Welch Smith of Logansport Ind- lost his mind brooding over the loss by deatb of a fine horse The widow and culld of a murdered man witnessed the execution of the urderer at Cairo Ill Lt Whipple of Louisville found a 2000 pearl In an oyster at the Wal irfAstorla latch NoW York Sidney Allen Smith becomes successor to the late Mr Baxter in the axterMcCluro News Burea About 5500000 persons are now re riving relief In India The distress among the people Is spreading Mrs Mattle Broaddus was pound dead In her bed Sunday morning In Lexlng ton Heart disease was the cause Luther Wright was held at Albany lor killing Porter Cop Ills alleged that Cop had Insulted Wrights mother AL J Farris sold to the Louisville aoklng Company 100 fat hogs to go next week at Oo Montle Fox sold 375 atlllery cattle to Simon Well at 4c DanvllloAdvocate A Kansas man who set lire to a bous- orand bnrned It as be said to become a hero by rescuing the Inmates is to beeomo a convict instead The court at Atchlson gave him 18 years There Is a slight improvement in the llood situation at Jackson Miss It Is illoved the damage In tho State of Isslsslppl will reach 82000000 All the streams In South Carolina are hllher than for years and many of them are still rising At Mobile Ala- tbe situation Is much better =fir Ia11 Iisplay e FOR ft RUSH BUSINESS I Every line and department in our store are filled to its utmost capacity this week We cap the climax of special offerings in a BURST or EXCEPTIONAL VALVES that bring the Seasons needs within easier reach than ever before The Spring and Summer stocks have rounded out to the fullnses of their powerIDomestic 10 yards of the following brands of Calicoes Indigo Blue Simpson Gray Gray Light Shining Prints and Fancy Calico SicGood Apron Checked Ginghams worth 6c special price He 50 Pieces of Falcom lOo Percales put ot special tale at decked Shirting Cotton Corker brand worth 7c special price 4c 20 Pieces of Outing Cloth worth icthls week 60- Yard Wide Bleached Cotton worth 0c this week 4c Shoes Misses Half Shoes 12a to 2s 50c quail special price 25c Ladies Black Oxfords 75c quality special price 39c Ono lot of Ladies Sample Shoes worth 150 to 12 special price 68c Ladles lace turned sole Shoes coin toe tock tip black or tan worth f3 spe clay price SlVS Mens Tan Shoes worth fl50 special price OS- cMens neat dresil black Shoes In lace congress worth f15U special price OSc Mens solid leather dress shoes lace or ongress worth f 75 special price 1110 Mens Patent Leather Shoes coin toe ace good style the proper thing for full dress worth f3 this week only 1 25 Mens Plow Shoes at low as 73c Notions Ladles Corset Covers ISo quality ape LOUISVILLE STORE An office building 20 stories high Bnd to cost 87600000 la to be put up In New YorkThe Houses of Reform arts filling up rapidly Four were sent up from Ow enton and one from Louisville the same dayDavid Miller of Indianapolis wbo was very Ill saw from a window ble kicked to death by a vlclou horseThe Louisville refunding bond amounting to 8400000 and bearing 31 cent interest sold at a pemlum of 193 on the 8100 While 10000000 died of the famim in Indiana In 1677 10000000 died In that of 1807 and the estimates for tbe famine are much more Greensburg bad a 820000 Ore FrIday night In which Lewis dry goods store Howells drug store and several vacan were destroyed- At WalKertOn mad a mother and grand mother were perhaps fatally burned while trying to save a llttli ijlrl who was burned to death For 300 years Mexico has produced inothlrd of all the silver that was mined The production at present Is more than 00000000 annually The government statistician reports that there wero mined in this country last year 258838073 tons of coal at increase of Iii per cent over 1803 Operations around Manila last week resulted In 378 Fllllplnos being klllct and 12 officers and 214 men captured The wounded brings the total to a thousand Tho American loss was nine killed and 10 wounded Allentown La wta the scone of a murder a suicide and a doublo lynch ing Sunday A Negro killed his fore man and when pursued by a mob shot himself Then two other Negroes were aught and riddled with bullets- A riot In a debating society neat Mountain Grove Mo resulted In one or the three judges suffering the loss of three teeth another a broken rib and tbe third a broken nose while two of ho debaters emerged from tho argu nent with broken bones President Powell of the Order ol Railway Telegraphers has ordered the minK of damage suits for 850000 In each of the 137 counties of Georgia tgalnst the defendant the Southern Railway Company for a published tatement growing out of the telegra C E Gentry gave us u copy of a Bedalla Mo paper which ells of the death at Oxford Miss of a relative of his Copt Frank Gentry IIe was at the Gentry reunion at Crab irchard In 1898 and many remember 1m as a qplundld old gentleman who erved gallantly for the Lost Cause cial price lie 25o quality special ptlc lUc 35c quality special price 2lc Ladies Corsets 5 Hook Summer Corset worth JOe ape dial price 24c 5 Hook Heavy Corset lOc quality ape cial price 24c A few sizes in the f Century Corset to close at 48c- Ladies Short waist corset in Pink and Blue worth 75c special price 48o 1 Lot of Ladles colored Kid Gloves regular 75c quality special price this week 49e- Ladles 81 colored Kid Gloves special price C9- cLadles and Misses seamless black how 5o Ladle seamless black and tar hose drop stitch regular 15c qua ity ejwclal price fie- PeArl Buttons worth lOc only 6c per dozen Clothing- We are at the top in this line Let It suffice to say we have the largest bet isortmont and lowest priced stook in Central Kentucky Tho proof of Jo pudding Is chewing the bag See our line and wo will convince you in n few minutes of the truthfulness of this aster lop Mens black cay worsted Pants worth 150 special price OSc 3 Paper Pins 6c Mrs Tllllo Fleece widow of Ma George B Fleece died at Danvlllo Sat urday Rev J II King will preach at Wal nut Flat next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Bcazley Bros bought of Hugh Bake a horse for 81CO and ono of John Spoon more for 875 James E Lynn and W H Shank have bought from an Indiana party a 10 months old double standard Polled Durham bull which Is as pretty as a picture and which has a pedigree along as your arm A L Hall has engaged for deliver between May let and 10th three car loads of hogs at 6c Ho has also engaged 3000 lambs for June and July deliv at ranging from 5 to Mc- ShelbvSentlnel Ogdensburg the splendid stalllot M S Baugbmrn is standing le making a big season He has size speed notion and good looks and his colts tba aro now coming on are as fine a lot as any horse can show Mr Baughmnt thinks ho has the greatest jack In Oil Goebel In tho country Yesterday was horse show day ai Lancaster and the following horses were exhibited Ogdcnsburg owned by M S Baughman Dignity Dare bj C O Carpenter Preston by 0 T Sin dldge King David by I S Tovls Ka do Bird by E P Woods L Sons Quasi by F Reid Cyclone by W B Burton Robert Drennon by H S Ac ton Double Standard by M G WoUl zer Terra Cotta by Jell Dunn Barry Bales by E H Ballard Gilt Edge Jr by S C Rlgsby and a big fine jack by J B Leavoll PURLIC SALE A FINE RESIDENCE And Building Lots D1T TUESDAY MAY 22 1900 offer t ark pu the prciulioi rpt deuce with land adjoining illunwl lu Dautllie K The house Inn excellent brio mil cut alone iiilMInz of 12 room frontal wltblnrga stone tw ice with tewlUtctl marble flour large porches hllh soon irfcter clOMt One dry altars and hat urge barn and all other necessary outbuilding Ki and hot and cold water throughout the house I llwb o a Urge oererIalUnx spring and two good IteroIn yard The brautlful high snd healthful notion with line lawn U too well known to seed decrlitlon With the house U 3530 FRONTI FEET OF LOTS If good depth lacing on streets and all within are oeen nilnule walk ol the builnrn part of town In the put few jean over 30 handtome rest sore bare been built on struts facing this prop rtr I have repeatedly refused otters for single loll hut now prolJr aa a whole Capital can ind no safer or more prolllablelnYeflmen- tTrmll liberal and made known on ef sale can rly at any time to IIle or bya111ngonorsddreuing fTKOttrfiner net Estate Alt Uanrllle Ey A 4x t Ladles lllbbcd Vests worth lOc spoda price 4c- Ladlel Swiss Bibbed Vctli bleach or unbleached taped neck and sleeves worth 15c special price 8c Columbian Mills fine Jersey Bibbed Vests for Ladies 2Vs quality special price 15e- Ladies Muslin Gown Insertion Yo kea neck nicely trimmed with lace wolth 76c special price 43o Ladles White Skirts nicely trimmed in Hamburg regular price 76c special price 490 Mens allWool Doe Skin Joins Pants worth f160 special price Tile Iloys Long 1anU In loans worth 760 svecial price 43c Boys Knee Pants 19c- Hoys a 1wol Kneo Pants worth 76c special price 40c Dont miss a chanco at tho big lino ol ah wool odd Pants that are worth tW special price 133- Ilenicmbcr we are sole distributers of the celebrated Dutches Trousers sold under a money guarantee Shirt Waist Silks t Black Brocaded Silk GOo quality ipo clal price 27c 19 Pieces of Shirt Waist Silks worth 700 your choice 3lc por yard 10 Pieces of Silk lu plaid and striped iOc quality special price this week JOc Ladies Dress Skirts We have the largest and the most complete line ever shown In Stanford SOc to- t7 Dress Goods Our shelves are stocked with the best of things in tbo Drew Goods line quan thy quality style brightness and beau ty with the neglected low prices All ito to make up safest attractions of this department All goods are bought direct from importing brokers In the East and the middle mans profits are saved you reap the benefits Gents Furnishings iKverythlnS the best of Plain a dtfancy Shirts Hosiery Suspenders Un derwear Clans and Guns Neckwear Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Ac 2 BanU Collar Buttons 6c 25 Dozen Mens Silk finished Siupen dens manufactured to sell for iKc special price ICc Mens fancy seamless t hose wortb JOc special price lOeIDozen Socks for JSo 10 Dozen heavy work shirts for non worth 40o special price 3Bc Mens Hats Wo have them In Buckeye Plain and tough Straw Linen Cia b Wool Silk Alpine alsIs Stockmen shape It Mipeo rind every block cou ItIIn Stiff lists We hare them from 20 SKLINGER BR0SIT D RANFIY Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1845 Assets G911071778 Liabilities 6181070724 Surplus 502509322 The Beat Policy The Heat Company Annual Dividends lforc placln your sp plicatlcation for Life Insurance see R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky C Tltefercnces Our Policy Holders 56tStSaZS boooOoOOOOO fS Ot366bTS fO0- g o W+ i3+ ciOJ3EiT5 o- o 0o DRUGGIST STANFORD g 0OPERA HOUSE IILOO- Q Books Stationery and Varnisheso 00Speclat f Q g Terms Cash Telephone No 27 g o Oflico Long Distance Telephone 0- onccccoooooooooooooooooooooooo a J o f I eSSsseoStlSBIG STOCK OF BattiI1g i AT I I 12 12 18 25 30e PER YA RD w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky e + r When You Need Paints Oils ConsultIr Craig Hocker Stanford eo iTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL IuSTANFORD Ky APRIL 24 1900 E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER t TUB boil materials combined with skill and accuruey Insure good carol t No other mothol1a aro ovor used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIPs J M ALVntSON pent Sunday with his mother at Richmond Du H A JONES spent Sunday with hit brother In Lexington Misa MAHY DUNN of Danvlllo U vUltlng Mn J W Haughraan W D WBAUEfJ of Ornyi spent several days with nil parents bore ALLEN went over to IlBV P W Lexington yesterday to visit bJl athcr Mns W T lEmMeI and children Mrs 0 Jwithof Livingston Bro thoMilWelt End wcro guests W A Carson of Highland has moved J H CASH to Harriman Tcnn and order bll pa per tent there W M FIELDS has been very Ill but Cor MULivingstonU Improving Vernon Signal- fFNRY RCARPEXTEH formerly of Uutonvlllo has opened a lumber yard at Uarrodsburg It C I NOLFlAN JR II at Daollla this week assisting E P Faulconer with hfa horse sale Miss JFu NIt NEWLAND returned visit to herprotractedSunday from a tUtor at Dallas Texas Missus HELEN HOOKER and May belle Dryc of Hustonvllle Nero guct of MIn Lucille Cooper MASTER MAX Gissuuno bad one of his lent badly cut while playing with a lot of boys tbo other daytGAIT J Gt this division while Capt Ceo De pb U a whnhl In a toad case at Danville lit J W ALLRN and olio and Mr Carroll Held Allen of Uutonvllle are at the limorYClnolnnatt EnquIrer- Tile Advocate says It U likely that II C Bright will go to LouliTtllo and engage with the FultoaCooway Co MBRSRS U K CHRISTIAN and J H Brewer the Junction City lumber men were here Saturday and paid us a call MI88HS CATHHHINB AND DORA DAOOHMAN of Madlcn Female Intl tYLe spent Sunday with the bomofolks M P KLKIN the high muck ansuok Maqcabee wont to louisvlllo yesterday to spend a month working up the orde- chore BDOAH KOHANKS who has Men at undine school at WUllamsbun has t returned to his mother Mr J B Green MR W U PHTTC8 and sister Miss Jennie returned Sunday from a trip through Missouri Texas and othe States MR AND MRS J W DAUOHMAN will celebrate their woolen wedding this afternoon In a reception to their K C FORD of Mlddlo bore who U as good a democrat as her hue train return band is was on Sunday log from Louisville MB AND MRS EDWARD P SIIIOLD Miss Annlo and Mr John Slbold of Lexington spent a few days with Mr and Mr Weed Smith Mil JAMES OIIIONY circuit clerk and wile of Liberty were hero Satur Mr Glbony broughtday and usual ut a lot of printing to do GRIFFITHS Of MltSGRMU AND Saturday theMcKinney were hero Utter to hop and tho former to have for himprintingus do some I CHARLES C CLAIU traveling pas agent of tho Big Four Routeanger W D Meek T P A of the Mo 1nnd yIwore with Mr J S Rico SaturI I R ROIHNSONt hsro Sunday with Storo at Liberty wai family Ho told us that work had Ibid brick Haptlstchurchbegun un tho new tbcreI P ADAMS Who Mn AND MILS R headquartered at the St Asaph IhlVu for some months have moved to Lexington on account of her moth cr4 illness LISLE TUCKER son of V T Tuck er returned Yesterday from St MaryeI school with aattendingr whore he was broken arm caused PV a tall In the cvmaslum MRS W M BOOLE of Owensboro passed through Friday to Lancaster to She was accompa volt her parents Bcttlo Miller of Lancas nied by Mrs tor who had been visiting her COL D G COLSON passed hero yes terday morning en route to Mlddlesbo ro and our reporter says ho la In a very bad physical condition being almoat n wreck of his former vigorous self BOURNE of ContraTRUEHEART University spent a tew days with aunt b Miss Florence Truehcart Ho belongs to the military company of tho 1I Institution and had on his uniform MR MACK HUFFMAN found an In dorsed check for 815 on tho street yesterday and brought it to this olllco t be advertised but Mss Ellen Ballo claimed It before It could bo done It had been sent to her by Miss Anglo Ballou GUOROIJ L PENNY will be made a IIITmJANN of Crab Orchard Springs Is visiting Miss Suo Rout MRS A G EASTLAND Is In Mercer attending tbo bedside of her sister Mrs C P Kennedy CHARLES FINCH le with W A Car eon this wok helping him sell McCor mack binders and mowers MESSRS H N WARE of Lebanon C P Ware of Somerset are up to ee their aged mother who Ie very ilh MRS A A MoKINNEY left last week lorlreYnvlllo Advocate MR A C SINE Is down for an ad dress at the Odd Follows celebration at Corbin Thursday Ills subject U Odd Fellowship What U It MESSRS KOIIKRT AND W J KIN NAIRD and John M Farra came over from Lancaster In a glass front eater day to meet lion II L Underwood who made a railroad speech there yesterday afternoon LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work WALL pIper at ltherafrom to to 25c FOR a nice saddtoo to G II Form t Co t SHEEP Shear a Sorghum Seed at Warren Shanks MlLLKT and arcane at IIIgI gins fc MoKlnnoys and halfbunded gloves for 25c Jobn P Jones FRESH fibeveryFriday at George H Farris Cos I AM now back at my gallery ready to walton customers Mee SAC ray CASEY bad a new po totllco Cnll on and Tbo F Murphy Is In charge TUB Milwaukee binder and mower for sale by J T locos agent C IIDawes laic man HAY Straw Corn Ott Shlpatuff and all kinds of food sold for cash only J II Baughman Co Sin Jones ad on Lace Curtains and all curtain drapery sold at less than cost price this week only OLD MOCK WHISKY D Wcath erford has a contrast for full control and sale of Old Moek Whisky In Hue tonvlllc II C Mock theadvertiorroontof J U Otttlr who will toll his fine residence at Danville and the grounds attached May 22 Tint L AN wIll ellrouad trip ticket to Corbin on its 1238 A M and 162 v M train on the 20th at one faro on account of the I O O F celebra tlonr SUNDAY was the most beautiful o day and the warm rain of yesterday and last night has brought out the leaves so fait you can almost see them grow CONTRHIUTIONS to tho Goobcl moo ument fund seem to have almost stopped although wo have received but little overt 1100 a very poor showing for Lincoln county We hope the friends of the dead statesman In this county will not let her fall so far In the rear but force her to the front with a good showing We have only received tl since last report Mr A C Dunn contributed that It ought to bo es teemed an honor to give to such a cause SE hundred people both whlto and colored saw Rev G W Boiling baptize four of his converts In tbo lake In front of the water works Sunday af ternoon Previous to the baptizing bo spoke for an hour and among other eanetifleatloatas any fellows como around you had butter watch your hen roost A sanctified brother camo to Ellzabcthtown ray homo tho other day and It wasnt lon before the had him under arrest for stealing a horse in Washington countyAMENA drunken man was sent to Jail at Topeka Kansas for saying amen during a prayer meeting in church This reminds us of an emote ing Incident that occurred at tho Meth odist church hero a few years ago Tho preacher bad been annoyed several nights by misbehavior In the back of the house and to correct It Bro II J Darafi ono of the elders thought ho would alt back there und by his augur t presence overawe tho bad boys All went well for a while and until the preacher warmed up to his work Bro Darst got warm too and bofero ho know it was responding to tho beet points with a hearty Amen Tho minister thinking it was the bad boys again stood It as long as ho could and finally aldIIIf tbo ono who U making sport of holy things bacic there doesnt do sist I shall ask one of the brethren to oall a policeman and have him put lOUt Bro Darst was too dumb found coptalu himself during the balance of the die course and let those In the proper cor ner respond with the Amen WITHERS large carpet display Is selling carpets FoR millet seed sweet potatoes and garden scca of all kinds go to Hill Beck THOMAS RANEY doubles up his space today to tell his many patrons what a flood of bargains the Louisville Storo prcacnta Read the ad and profit by It TUB breaking of piston rod on tho englno of 25 yesterday morning throw all the trains out of gear A freight engine was substituted at Liv ingston for tbo broken one TilE editor has authority to raise a camp of Sons of Confederate Veterans and If there are any hero who wish to Join they will communicate with him so that the camp can be formed in time to attend the reunion at Louisville TilE now stamp base arrived and Postmaster J C Florence tolls us Circuit Clerk J F Holdara was tbo first to invest The books contain 12 24 and 48 two cents stamps respectively and are sold for a cent each more than the value of the stamps TilE trial of the 30000 damage ultI brought by the administrator of Mary VanAredall against the L N was on trial at Danville The little girl was killed on the Knob Lick bridge by a freight train a few year ago After occupying the court for three days durot log which a great many witnesses teatlIlied Judge Saufley decided that nocaso bud been made against the road and yesterday gave peremptory instructions for It Judge J W Alcorn desisted the local attorney of the L N day the case of a blind man against thoI same road will be called Ho wants 82000 damages for being carried a few hundred yards beyond bis station 6- SBRDCK Rev J M Iiruco telephoned us yesterday that Harry Bruce only living child of Tip Bruce died at bis home in Danvlllo at 2 A M of Inflaroa tory rheumatism aged 24 Ho was a partner with his father In the livery Feed and sale biislncet and was an unu sually finn young man The funeral will occur at 11 oclock this morning after a service by Rev Garrison of tbeI Christian church of which the deceas ed was a loyal member Great sympathy Is felt for Mr and Mrs Bruce In their grief It Is Indeed hard to look Into the graves of seven children l1a they have and to leo the last of them burled from their sight The tyle of the firm was Tip and Harry Could anything bettor Illus trace the affectionate relation that ex Isted beteen father and eon De ceased was a Red Man and a number of tho order from hero will attend the funerals IN referring to our statement that J P Gray of Flomaton Ala bad Just paid for tbo iNTEitikR JOURNAL for tbo 28th consecutive year Editor Camp bell of the Somerset Journal who started this paper says he distinctly reeff was scriber to pay In advance for the IN TERIOR JOUICNAL and that Tim W Hlgglns now of Louisville was the third one These and a few others paid us previous to our putting up a 11000 bond In tbo National Bank to our Lin coin county subscribers agalnit lots in the expected event that wo faled to publish tbo paper a year Several newspaper ventures had failed success- Ively and caught their paid up sub tcrlbtrs for small amounts That bold bluff of ours suggested by John C Gaper won tho confidence of most of the people anddoubtlcss saved us from failure within a few months It TilE belles and the beaux engage In a delightful hop at Walton Opera house Friday night Since Charley Carson baa taught the younger sot how to trip the light fantastic It is ver easy to got up a bop now whereas fo along time It was almost impossible The club is already figuring on a grand hop to occur Qn the 15th of June and says It will ccllpeo thoaeof former days of which thoso who have long since wontgt oxpatlato upon so lavishly At tbo day nights bop Tho following pretty girls were pros ent Misses Annlo Bello Woods An nlo Evans Bright Tovls Carpenter El la May Saundcrs Annlo Bronaugh En gloraan Suo Wllllo Hale Mary and Lena Bruce Isabella Ballot Kato AI corn Alllo Fish Wllllo V Dawson Noll Mcrahon Annie Bronaugh and Byrt James Crab Orchard Eva Lam mers Richmond Helen Hocker and Mabel Dryo Hustonvlllc Mrs J M Black Knoxvlllo Mrs W A TIbblo The gentlemen present were W A Tribble Rowan James and George Saulley S J Embry Jr C C Carson borreat McClary J M Alvoreon Gco D Florence Ed Halo Bowen and Lawrence VanArsdale Ernest Warren Arthur Hill Preston and John Beck Robert and James Woods Asbby War ren Edward Cooper L R Hughes Ream Lcachman C Owens Geo B Ellis Bob Bruce Pearson Miller Walter Walker Hart Pickett John G Lynn Bob Coffey Ed Doty Homer Wray Ruffus Llpps Howard Camnltz and Rowland Bishop Huatonvllle Will Denny Will Walker Harry Robinson and Frank Marksbury Lancaster W B Wearon Grays 40 INSPECT our lino of buggy harness G H Farris Jk Co NOTICE Leave your orders with Higgins Sims for Ice and coal Sat- Isfaction guaranteed Phone 44 Tilt Dan 111a military company was sworn in with 50 men E W Lillard is captain Ansel Ware lot lieutenant and Thomas B Burke 2d lieutenant THE Huitonvillo boys would not takle our base ball team Saturday of teroon but they will cross bats with the Lancaster nine there Friday afternoon CRAD ORCHARD stock men are arranging to have stock sales there on Saturdays before the second and fourth Mondays Thoy hope to catch a number- of the cattle that aro brought to Stanford and Lancaster courts LANCASTER citizens held an enthus iastic meeting at the courthouse there yesterday at which Hon H L Under wood of Middlesboro L F Hubble and others made speeches The Gar rard people are In high feather over the prospects of getting the Southern railroad THE stockholder henew demo cratlc paper to bo started at Danville have bought the Middlesboro Record plant for 12800 and will have It shipped atonce EdItorCunnInpbamfrom whom plant was bought will be editor G C Keller Jr business mana ger wo learn LAND AND STOCK Dexter Ballou bought several veals 31 to 4c Mark Hardly bought several year lings at 125 S G Anderson sold to A J Thompson some steers at 5c C C McCluro sold to J C Hays a bunch of steers at 825 Sam Harris sold to S G Anderson a pair of oxen for 877 50 Durham bull good breeder for sale W M Bright Stanford A M Luco bought eight small stoers at Lancaster yesterday at 115 Ohio Beauty seed corn for salo at n bushel John Cook Stanford J B Parks of Garrard sold to Du vall of Kansas City a Jack for 8350 J II Baughman is paying 8250 for corn iCo for wheat and 814 a tan for Jesse Walter sold for Geo B Weare- to R L Elkin a harness gelding for 800 J P Ballard sold at Lancastea yes terday to John Saunders 11 650pound cattle at 830 M S Baughmane Naboth gelding is doing good work in Scott Hudson hands at Lexington ThOxNcvlus farm of 101 acres near Uryantavlllo was withdrawn at Lancas ter yesterday at 82450 Theodore Powell sold to J W Bales of Richmond his sorrel mare by A C Dunns English Hunter for 8300 Theprospccta are that more corn will bo planted In Lincoln this year than for the pail qaarter of a century Bob Woods tells us that Eagle Bird Is making a big reason and that a great many high grade mares are being bred to him Prcachcnvllta people aro talking about having stock sales tbero on Sat urday before the 4th Monday In each month Dogs killed and crippled 33 sheer and lambs for John W Bcazley of Boyle S M Ruplcy also bad a num her killed G A Swinebroad sold to O T Layton nine heifers at 82305 nod to anoth er party nine at 2425 He aleo sold a bunch of steers at 5c Hon John S Owslcy Sr bought 40 Mondtie Fox at ag that Mr Owsloy will fatten for the fall market Mr Owaley sold a Polled Angus bull calf to Col W II Duddcrar counr ty man at samo In our next issue will appear tho ped igree of Mr Forestus Reids registered French Coach Stallion which ho will stand at his place on tho Huston vllle seasonoTho pedigree can be traced back to 1000 much further than most people can Mr Reid will also stand Dorsey Golddust the Ono producer of Eastern horses a jack and his fine Jersey bull Peuoa Great hopes 40401- LANCASTER COURT There were about 50 cattle at Rico Bongos pens yesterday and about twothirds of them changed hands somo extra good steers going as high as file but 5o was tbo ruling price for yearlings and two yearolds Heifers brought 31 to 4c butcher stuff 21 to 3c and scrub cattle 21 to 2o A few mules sold at 805 to 8100 and several horses at 840 to 805 The crowd was not up to tho average and business was not as brisk in any line as usual Frank Martin has bought 41 calves and cattloln Loulavlllo paying from 4 to tile Curry fc Foray tho are shipping wheat South and nro receiving from 73 to 750 for It B F Sanders Ss Co pur chased 65 1200 pound cattle of George Robinson for 15th of July delivery at 4ic They also bought 55 hogs from Mr Robinson at 4o Ransdal Lltsey bought in Washington county 30 steer calves for Iowa parties at an average of 2250 Harrodsburg Democrat LADIESWe have received our complete stock of LadiesMisses And Childrens t 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 every pair See the new heavy soicd Patent Leather Oxfordf very swell CUMMINS M9CLARY Gut riGe Sa1e liltTboopen the ball for tbe Iresent week on LACE CURTAINS onlymeetnot to Injure our competitors or demoralize trade but solely for the purpose of raising money to Pay Our Honest Debts This is a great opportunity for you to save money Wo will not quote prices but mananJOHN P JONES Stanford ga 1 m CARPETSCARPETS I We you11e 50C YD1 1Real value COc Big line ofS- hadesCurtainsAndPoles ill li fi 11Eerythlnl to metro homo pretty and comfortable SONSeOpposite Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE Coveted with Aluminum See it before buying any other The Dewey Self Baetrng Roaster And Baker The Condenser has the Fowl basting thoroughly dnring entire time it is roastiag A new combined extension Step Ladder the best ladder on the market Higgins Be McKinney +fI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford a icconddau matter i YabL2td staaSayaaQ3ii2dati At 1 PER YEAR CASH ld 3OO will be charged t As Wilen not iop KNOXVILLE DIVISION NortbMl1 S a m U Train ping U amII South 12 Mm MU32 P m For alllVolnta ENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 5 ATrrlTetatBttntordat 10 x 210 I- INoll 4 AnheuUtowlaadd 1200 DAT 20 r K AM Leuoa QUEEN CRESCENT tttlni going South pus Junction City No oeaotstop tNoNo 3 tt 1 t o to aos r xAGotug No 6123 P L liO 106 w FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI 340 r aadlrKconaectlogatUeorgetewawith lb ac n 540- to IIeturtloq lease rt diet eDaaecUalt with AC x tt20 M110 r x and r x uaDI at 715 r xlen lown atfurlraln lelfelTIle bller U1 A J nNEWTON u JJcGb1Y W ViVf tF kYrbfdir16JiiV 1Manufacturer and Dealear Inc SABNESS SATDLESY IIIC Stanford Ky f BEAZLEY HAYS UNDERTAKERS DEI JEt If ITuriiiture MatUnR8Rug And Wall Paper will Exchange Furniture for all ITbY kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right l f STANFORD KENTUOKY f Green RiverWoolen Millst Q Phil Casey Co Ky ItrACnREtL nY Jeans Linseys Flannels Blanket Ana Yarns UOIL OAllDIKO a- naluoflaruslagIe2 otw wake ply or 3plylu aar- slur rolor U Gnu aud all the goodl aeachlnuy the lurtwilde bpus we tuuante to outwear d other mills wool required rot yUlJuads at IC yM 10 oz fishtanned at ISo I wool rlulred flattxlra L1D aoa wool requlrl red orcolored Tm Ui I wool Elbe- cool 1Inketo13 pairWoolAUtUu seta wore Yarn l0alb U orblnglrequired to a UwqHlred to the pound 2 or 3 ply ljn 15c tr6c0lred loa pound Ib Uor to ferreI blue or black In yarn carded 14cs a pound Our Motto Hish Grade Goods nard Time Prices Era home Industry Glr tmplorment h home labor Wby semi work to diatant article at home fur com Utterhm you awn gI a uatlnly the same price We aolfclt you qla- l1trC uuoaca and gtiaraDte to utlatetlonIn la Irl In talr dealing U- IQUr work and w will convince that our taken In exWolextravagantclaim are not marktt price Writ or call ckuxe lur cooita at 1aa Agentswanted trompl Wool ahlpped In to IoU all ofg10- Cpntdaorliver oos way Ws do not tilT any on iota less than 101 pounds UUKJC IUVBB Shipplcs roint McKlnnvy Phil Casey Co hy- dsaiab White AptntBtantord Ky fLOt7ISVJLLI1 ITOCHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un oa Station 10th and Broadway J Passengers desiring Information and cafes to Minnesota Nebraska said In the far West including Cat- QBeeaiaishould address ft nk J Reed Oen Pass E H Bacon Dieiiaas Agt W U McDoel VicePrea Gun Mnr Charles H Rockwell Traffic Mngr Ajsperaoewtamechaatcdorlnveatlremld4i THE YeATpCOItU JJoIUfflore Md ML VERNON Our town continues to grow and Im provo Kruepcra brick makers will arrive today and begin work dt tbo yards F L Thompson who was quite Friday and Saturday has recovered Rev Ragan of Prcachersvillc atl11 owns a horse he bought 30 years ace Rev Cole filled his appointment here Sunday Our people arc pleased with his preaching Fritz Krueger will turn over the courthouse to Leslie county authorities on May 7th Ell Perkins the great humorist WBS secretary of Legation at St Petersburg with Cassius M Clay In 1867 E D Hansel of this county who Is In the revenue service at Lawrence burg suffered a stroke of paralysis Friday and was In a critical condition at latest reports- CharlcsLowls and wife with Oru Bower and several others left Ian week for the mahogany forests of Con tral America where Mr Lewlehashad charge of a lumbering camp for some timeS C Franklin tho excellent foreman on the Signal worked the firstlInotypo machine brought to Lexington He afterwards was sent to Ft Smith to Install some machines Mr F lean all around good man Miss Georgia Hayes a pretty lIltle Wlldle girl Is visiting the family of C Franklin Lt Lewis Dllllon lately returned from the Philippines hall been dangerously HI of pneumonia Dr lobo Williams has remained with him The patient is better U C Braug too formerly a Pine Hill merchant aa visiting Willis Grillln Deputy Marshal W T Short of this place went to Clay county lost week to icrvo a warrant on Jim Bolin char ed frith trafficlng In liquor While rldlnlt long the road near Bengo Thursdi tight the marshal was tired upon from ambush Three shots came from the usher and Mr Short sent two In reply when shooting ceased It is bolt cd Bolin was In the ambuscade as it wait In his neighborhood where it took plaice The marshal will shortly return jo that locality to hunt his man MATRIMONIAL MATTERS At Mason 0 Robert Ferguson aged 16 and Lula Kuywlck 13 were mndo one at a big church wedding Henry Robinson of Selma Ind rank carbolic acid because his wUe quarreled at him for spitting on tho nor Marriage license was Issued yeste day to Alex Burge 23 to marry MI88 Elizabeth MoBce 20 at Green Mc leea on tbe 25th William Richard Dunn aged 21 of hereby City and Miss Nannlo Arty Hays aged 14 of Boyle county wore ranted marriage license The engagement of Miss Winifred aynter daughter of Appellate Judge ho mas H Paynter to Hon Morton K Yonts State election commissions of Greenville Is announced to take place In June Miss Kitty Wilkins of Idaho who bas gained much tame as the owner 01 lousanda of horses Is to be marriei She la the most extensive breeder of uses In that State and sells them In- lots of 3000 or more Miss Nellie Lewis got a Judgment a Colorado Springs against President Samuel Strong of the Free Colnag aod other Cripple Creek gold mlnln companies for 930000 on her elalm for 200000 for breach of prowls Tbe rich miner had married another girl DrRlI Phelps who lived hero for wa81marr1last week to Miss Matilda Moss who longs to ono of tbe best families In- tbe section Frleads hero pond cot atulattona and wish for the doctor and his fair bride a long life of happl ncs HATTANOOG S GREAT SPRING FESTIVAL Low rates via Queen tc Crescent Tbe spring festival to be held In Chat bogs May 712 promises to be ont of the greatest affairs of its kind ever Itneuacd There will be grand street parades Palnes display of fireworks muslo and military entertainments In connection with the street fairs to which this year is added a reproduction of the great Worlds Fair Midway lalsance replete with entirely nov features One fare for the round trlp Irom all points on the Queen Ores cent between Chattanooga and Lcxlng ton A visit to this historic city should not be missed The committee in charge Is arranging every possible means lor- itertalnlng the visitors As to further particulars regarding rates etol call- on your ticket agent or address O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Toon C W Zell D P A Cincinnati 0 W 0 Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Oblo r I 8100 REWiBD h e reader of thU paper will UplctMd to learn- tbal there li at least one dreaded disease tbat- denee hu keen able to cur In all 1U ituni and Ihat ii Vatanh hailscataah Cure the only- poUlh cure now known to the medical fraternity Ctarrh Lellg a constitutional dUctio requires ironllllulloaal treatment lltlli Catarrh Cur talten lateroallr acting directly upon the blood and destroybelent Mrentth by building up the constitution aad awlaUng nature In doing Its work The eton hare to much lb In Ua curatlre OWen end thaL oaer5100bOranyrdaelkatittailetocurer0rustoftestlmonial Idreu F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 told drunltta 75- clallt family 1llla are the but HILLIOItS GIVEn AWAY lilt crrtulnly gratltylult to the publle to know ofonc ronrern In the lint who an not a6l to l1ufroullo the needy antis tutoring The Ion of tt KIDglIew r ConlulllpJll Juabl and Colds ahen sway ant ten mil lion trial bottles orlbll treat medldur and hIY the eathactlou of knowng It bat abarlulely eUrN tbousandaof hopel caws Atlbnia llronchlil lloarseoe and all diseases or the Throat Cb1Iand Lungs are surely cured by It Call on Penny lirugxUl and eit a lINe trial bottle Htg ul nizeSOcanti51 Etery tattle guaraateed or price refunded Maj William P Dcarlng of Atlant has advertised for 105 Confederate vet ernn who lost an eye hind arm or leg In the Lost Canso to give us a bat tallon to go to the eunlon at Louis vllle Twins were born to a Kansas wpmai the other day on a Rock Island train BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete Store In Centra Ielltuck Wo ropairany break In a Dlcy cle WorkmanhtlOuaranteedDANILLE CO I 115 3rd St Danville Ky Produce And Junk Wanted we bar loratof In Stanford for tbs purchase of m Chickens Hide Wool Father tlloaeoi ridhelike For Machlna Cut Iron we pay bundrrd alov cut tSc fur w Irunfired Hags 60c and the highest cub price 5- raMCopparc Oar office and hop anon Ito polliLlWO dare from Slain lltlng In your Iro iJuce and get our tlTNlOItO lnOPUC 6Co- J Gold and J Ulekod HE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCLASSlIot011n 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three rincipal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts the City Everything neat and clean Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your painting I wllla1e you money I will furnish paper and Put It on the wall from lOe up In other irda I will sell you paper cheap as you- cun buy It In town and hang It at So ller- bolt I will do painting la proportion All work guaranteed J J DELI N Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE I will tell or exchange for it small farm tho of Stanford a house and 6f acres of ground on VanAndale Avenue unford known an the watts place 11111- sell a part or all of It For further partlcn Ian call on or address n E L SIMS Stanford Ky Ilia dies ShoesPatent Leather Vici Kid- Turned Soles Welt Soles SLIPPERS Patent Leather Vici Kid- OXFORDS Two Button One Strap Two Strap Ve tingTops Panel Tops Kid Tops Heels and- ipring Heels Prices from to 3 All Newest Styles Nlo trouble To show them ItIs J IMOBERTS THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most up todate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with tbe marvelous Anaatlgmat Louses the new discovery in optic science I to lay to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received a large stock of tho very latest Designs its JVJouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before havo to be seen to bo appreciated Suit from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate able for framing for suitableNow Fleur Do mouldingsthe lot is thoAmong Embroidered Mats French Water Colon and all pictures that re- dulro qellcato a dainty pictures When In Danville call and see us and get our prices We will save you money 121 Third ftreet Opposite Post Office Danville Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists the Liver Nature will do the licit THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth Has been tried 50 years hits never tailed to Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Oonstipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a TorpldLivci DOES NOT ITAOSEATE OK CHIPE I But acta gently on the liver 23 doses In a box for 25o Try It once and you will never bo without It For Sale by W B MoROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It e Geo H Farris Co Colurgbus Buggy Cos Buggies Also Troy and Moyer Makes Cal and See ThemeW A CARSON Stanford Ky a LJ H0T6L FOR SRI Leading hotel In Boiurriet with laln l wilt wll or trade for good atwfk fart lrlocllU crau Address IXTKHIOR JOIRSAL ZION G G GILDER Is caiidldato fur rooloollon to Cop r from this district subject to any gnlar action thin uirty may take DINK FARMER In a candidate for Jailor subject to the action ot the democratic party He aollolts your support JOHN C PEl PLKS- I a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln OOUhly subject to the action ot tho democratic Iar ty Youraupportl solic- itedPOSTED hereby warn ill persons from trIlalon aria for soy pun iM wbatrer- WMIANDOIttP Krlger Ky I alto ware all trune from trewpaMlng on JuT fuiu on lurk Creek fur wbaurrrK- RBU NiKULui Utenhelni Ky IfYou Need Shaving Pre good hair cut watt till you to Crab mdhsvelso lllakruorvthe finnt long rial n IlIltbe Stile work on your bud II canl Le beat Iteiueaibrr the plar Illtkcuior orei Uo rers Urn table Crab Orchard New Boarding House IhiftmoTnllntoMn Kate DudJerir hou nLanramr Street and aw prepared to CIlf11oh odbordbyday week or month at raw nabi elcea fcTrrtblDK nw and tlMiu Jood tabl dinner nn urt llaJluS S YAXTI FOR RANTro- od property In the town of Crab Onhard ht1 W LANDOUAK KrlRvr y RITH HOTEL T FBANCISM Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY tint Ilolel In the inounulnt Them CIIaolJI ortnmeet ill tralna tiprclal attntlon to Ira log taco V S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I ritbVltallird Air Ihjslclan In aUfOnd ante Office In the New Thompson llulldlnf 11 IMPORTANT NOTICE Tolhepeople orNti fond Iwlll distilled from Ir rou with ka Slaoford Waur UghiAlaCoflits r al fololnllrkM For tuu oter dtlltnJ fir less than ouddi V Irrod Urdcn BIM any hour Isbobat lhe Imt of CoiU Hlock lump an Also lirlek Ur- ytrmarraabant e bills tnuttb paid bM illUciUm uaraaitoL Thankingfor all rul and lao aw Ilrorectfllily sours 8tMiIbon4l J T SUTTON UnciortaVcor uitonville Kentucky Oflr hla twtlcM to thapeople otWest Lit Case couotlM Full stock of Oolflni sod Caol lalwaion band D H Carpenter Manager PLEASE READ January 1st the regular aemlannual tiling time has come nd gone and ettlod w ltb- mo hove notIOmoot my patron If you are one of them you are car nesty ruclueto lo settle Thanking one- aall all for t palronago and IOIIClllnEa Jintlnuace Very Truly Intoshs Livery feed Stable JojcKII1I1EY 1Y Good Ulcniatfroaaonablo pnceaCS river double and single day or nllht If you want to work Oaioy and adJolnloJ luntlw McKlnuuy In tho place to from Ilorio well tell for feed dayweek or mouth A share of your Ia ronlige FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEAND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY creel and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all ti- melason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky rewlyfurnlshod clean beds nplenda tablo first claea Porter- moet all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvillo Ky ilnluof I ture c Agent for Dcerlng am IIInen and repairs Oliver hllled 1108- tho bolt made always for sale Call on him Theoulhern Kulud Investment Com pan Of Lexington Ky- THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Omen Lexington Ky- Ucneral O 1cea louliTllle lIrtorh Otfilcea Ualtlmori cI MdPliltadetphlaFl- To1all1 Cortlfleate Holders 2921822 Fa saodIro BoserveJPttna 19600926 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford Spring 1900 Trees Plants Vines Ilmithlna fur Urclnnl Iawn and Unlea The kin Kpnlyclt of Fruit nul Ornamental 11nlljImll1ll1buharbeetAtuiIa mult Utnml Napery and oolalotfiH lit W bad on a II F1IIL1KSMKVKU Lxliiton WHITE HOTELiw H OAUIUEB rnOltlCORBIN KENTUCKY ClOM to Passenger Depot Flntclua throughout KalwKperdajr H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive n Call A S PRICE lDentist Stanford Ky OCloeol VeKobrU Drof Store In the only lIalldlo R A JONES r 1Stanford Incne so 41 Over IllKRtn k McKlnnrj I itfBPENNYDDS STANFORD KY VOmte at IlvaldenF on Lancaster Street DR Re CQLDST61N TIIR Celebrated Eye Specalist i I Louisville Kentucky Will w ul thetSt Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23d ttdurniny tint liy in each month Eyik Zxanlced tad Oliuis Ctlintlfically- Adjttitei llewar we hate agents FIRST NATIONAL BANK W STANFORD KY C jlUl Stock 1100000 Svplni 117633 51 This Initltutlon originally established u the De oh11aaknllllaallll In ISM then reorganized M th National Hank ofStanlord In ISM and again organised u the Pint National flank of Stanford f n USJ hat bad practically an uninterrupted eilit roes for years It la latter supplied now wlti lacllltiMfor transacting business promptly and lib rally lhan tr beforv In IU longaad honorable urea Accounts ol Indltldnali cduclarleiflrai tail IndUlduali solicited DIMICToai- iUtd Lincoln Coj J HajrJnSUnfoid BTllarrlt S H Baughman IBHocker TP11111 Vf Walton WA TribbU JU OolllerCrab Orchd M J MllUr MtVrn n DEluiore Stanford orncaat J B Hoc tr Irtsld nit J J Mcltobertt Caibler Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 ucceor to The fanner Bank A Trust Company and under lain management contlnu cushy for M Year Solicits Your Bank Aooount loplntfiuch business relation will prove tnutuii If IxneOclal and pltaaant DIHECTOnS JJ Williams J JN Slenefee A W Carrtnter Wl Cuminlna J1InoSiIBhanki JFCajh U 1J OwaUr OFFICE11S S H ShanJ Preatilent u hler w1UrlghtArtCarblr JB as tr