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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL fVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 119009 AItINon1NEWS OF THE VICINAGE J W Scan of Iulaikl has a Kin BCDK nurtcry Tho Boyle county fjrnnd Jury found only four Indtctraonte Logan Rector one of Caioye most substantial citizens U dead aged 75 James Murphy hw boon uppolnted postmaster ul Clio Whltlov county t Llnsloy li a now pottotllco In Dell county with C C Smith poitmaitcr The Kontuckian la1 about half the children of London bavo tho whooping cough In a drunken row at Jdlt Berrittadt Milton William was abut In the neck by mil Leo Craig Thomwon vat a log cut off whllo trying to pet on a freight train near Ml Vernon James nealtlo Gllmoro a well known citizen of Somerset died suddenly of heart dltcaio last week Corda Cade of the Joppa section of Adalr was killed by a ihot pun ex ploding when ho fired It Mr Gilbert hat secured a position In the pension department for Thomas flollowiy of Jessamine Tho property of the Richmond Elen trio Light Co will bo told by tho mat ter commissioner July 10IJohn GooJc of a valuable Norman mare to fall Into an old well and die from tbo effect Tho London Kentuckian third page r le devoted to East Boroitadt items un dar tho bead of Tbo East BcrnnUit Proerois Lebanon le to have a republican paper MCMTD Hartley and Dane two Indiana men and R 0 HlanforO of Lobadon will Mln It Tho engine of a freight train became uncontrollable going down the hill to Somerset crashing Into the yard and wrecking three engine and 10 care j Editor Albright editorial on tho good that Chrlttlan Kudeavor Societies do in the last issue of the Ml Vernon Signal I good enough for Sunday reading The Knox Gem Coal Co la the name of a new mining company in Knox county It hat a capital stock of 812000 und has recently bought 400 aero of coal land of flanker John A lack Tbo second jury in the ease of Doo Lowry charged with criminal assault on Mrs Million In Madison was dis charged Friday standing as the Ort t 11 for hanging to one forlO years It was reported that a mob was coming for Lowry and ho prayed all Bight Thursday Ho hag boon taken to Lex ington for safe keeping till Sepwm her court- In Madison county George Alcorn aged 13 while handling a loaded pistol accldcntly shot and killed hit fath er Irvine Alcorn who was standing near An operation was performed with tho hope of saving his life but tho wounded man died a fow hour lat or Ho was a wall known farmer about 60 years old and leaves a wife and 10 children A OtLO1t1t or MBAMIKM In tusny Instances a pernltcnt cough follow an attack of measlce In speaking of this Mr Walter fIteeleditor of the Klkin N C Time says Three week ago I hall an attack of measles which left mo with a bail cough I took severs doges of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has entirely disappeared 1 ron eider Chamberlains medicines the bet on tho market For tale by Craig Hocker Druggists SI RCIAL RATES TO WASHINGTON D CTho Chesapeake d Ohio wil sell round trip tickets to Washington D C May 20 to 21 at ono fare for the round trip good returning until Muy 31st on account of the meeting of tho Mystic Sbrlnors Keep these dates In your U you are going to make a trip East George W Barney div pass agent C O Ry Lexington sloe UiVAHU oleo The reader of lids paper will to plead to lean tint hero la at tart ono dreadol dlMOM tint Mltnra has txwn alii to rare In alt II stages and Cure l lb ntedrslastewltyIdarrhtoatitutiooa treatment ltaken Intrrnallr actinic Jlrteiljr upon the blood antI ntafOUt anrlaceea of the destroy tnilihe tuundstton or Ue dlwwee mid goring the ivtlint rtrtnuth liybulldlnx up the son tttutiuo ant aaistfngnsturoIn lit work Tbo pro r rieort haato rallll In 1U curative powers that onr 1100 rorany taN Ihll Itfalvtoeure euJ rorl1IollIIIIIoolO AddrfM I1 CHUN BY A CO Toledo 0 Sold Itr druzgltU 73c lidta r anillr IllU are the iat- May Musical Festival Louisville e May 1410 Ono faro for tho round trip May 14 15 and morning trains May 10 limited May 17 For further Informa I tion apply to nearest agent of the Southern Ry or connecting lines W II Tayloc nest gonl pass agent Lou Isvlltc Ky I I womcuia man Ac DAY Th burial and inlghlltet little thing that eve was nude li Dr King Ufe Villa rerf pill It a anger rratedglobuteofhealth which chingr enerKflIIrilnlu bwiding lip the health Only rao per tae Sdd I liy fanny Druggul a Knight Bannorpt aclllog 12 tol won the Turf Congress Handicap at Nash vtllo Saturday F W Erode a Derby candidate sulked and would not run Lawronco matt of Rockcastlo has u pig with seven toes on ono foot I e LANCASTER IHlcoa Mer car county party a 8120 StriiDgo to say but a great rivalry In going on hero between a coal merchant and the county clerk I may explain later Tbo local P lodge will give a banquet at tbo Garrurd on May 18th Adjoining lodges will bo well repre sented and a royal time N expected lu the republican call fur county con ventions u bid Is put out for till lovers of civil liberty to attend That eJII M would bo out of place in nuob u crowd F J Campbell has duet none of his Journalistic ability wblch Is evinced by tho bright column and the beauti ful raakoupof the Somerset Journal Tho entertainment by Hurry Leon ard wife little daughter and homo talent will bo gluon under the aurplued of the Knight of Pfthhlt4 and it should bo liberally patronized I suggest that tbo National democra oy make a short platform approving the Declaration of Independence the Federal constitution opposing Impe rialism trusts and protective tariff and quit right there Other Issues will care for themselves The Cincinnati Post refers to my statement In last Issue that 25 mon In this town will weigh over 300 pounds and adds the word each which I did not use I baited for suckers and caught them Twenty five of the least men In town will weigh over 300 pound They would only be required to weigh 12 pounds each G M Patterson and little daughter Helen represented Lancaster at the I 00 F celebration at Corbin Mrs J H Symp on has been sick but she Is recovering Allen Traylor is happy over the birth of u 10 pound son An Impromptu hop WAS given at the Simp son Houte on Friday night which was highly eojoyod by about 15 eouplaa A burclar entered Mr A C Robin suns hour near Gilberts Crock lout Thursday night took his clothes out of the house end left thorn and the contents scattered around except his pookotbook and 915f which he carried away Mr Robinson bad loft his door unlocked for the first time In six months but ho will not do so again Take warning Messrs J N Donny L F Rubble G T ffigglnbothem and Nlsk Perkins have been ovor tbo survey for tho pro po cd extoniloji of tbo Southern rail road and they report that the right ofway can be purchased at a prlco In the reach of tho people and all they have to do Is to raise the money Proceedings will have to bo Instituted In one or two cases In which the cbargo la Walter was hero last week Capt Louis Landram will go to Lex ington this week T C Gullcy will go to Denver Col Tuesday for hi health Senator G T Farrlt Is at borne for a short time Hon R U Tomllnson has returned from Kansas Cllypnd bo has good prospects to dlspoeo of his proper ty there at a good price Ho says that the West will go overwhelmingly for Bryan Mr and Mrs A Y Fuller are In Casey county visiting her father who Is In poor health CHURCHES AND PREACHERS John D Rockefeller tho multimil lionaire has a Sunday school class of 63 Elder A J Langorty will preach at Pino Urovo next Sunday at 11 oclock A M Rev R D Mahony preached at the Baptist church at Ilarrodaburg Sun day Louisville has 200 churches valued ut 10000000 und 13 banks with a capital of 110000000 London women have placed missionary boxes In all the stores In town to secure money for the starving In India Charlie E Cox now assists the choir of the Methodist church with his vlo lin making no lltllo Improvement In the music Gcorgu West of Danvlllo secured tho contract for building tho now Methodist church at Ellzabetatown It will cost 810500Advocat- eDrE O Guorrnnt writing to a friend lu this city said In answer to a question that during his winter vaca tion In tbo South ho had preached 100 times 300 persons had joined the Pres byterian church and many others had joined other churches In answer to the question of tho LouUvlllo Post Rove K M Green E O Guurrant Wm Crow and many other Presbyterian preachers gay the Westminster Confession of Faith Is good enough for them and that they are opposed to making a change for Dro mills benefit BRA YE MEU FALL Vlctlmaloitonuchllreriodhldney troubles of In lost appetlle1aleone In tho blood backache nervous flcllDglIutW lardner Idntlllr lod lie uya Electric lilt ten areJtatthething fur a man when he U ill run soil dout care whether he lire or dice IIIlanything and hare a new leuo on life fiuc 111onuJ Drug Store Every botllellulranrocod I WANTS Tnt TAIL TO WAG CKDAK CIIBBIC April 30Admlt tbo Goebel law to be the very best of all the beet iawo yet the people dont seem to want It and that In the very best of all the beet arguments for Us repeat By the people wo suppose Is meant the republicans and soreheads Those who voted for Gov Goebel are not tearing their shirts for lu repeal though far us wo aro concerned wo do nut cure two way or usotber except we always think U Is right to go oppo lio U iho WilY your enemy desires A good unjlooir U always glad to Und nut how to wyuld rough places In his tires rtirvpy und will sometimes get u buy who dues not boom to know a B from bulls foot to bow them to him and he Una been known to llnally run hU roud through a town 10 miles off toe drat route Our Goebfl wad that kind was a true friend und exponent of tho great common people fur whom ho labored and whom ho loved and when bo made a mistake was the first man to find It out and get on stnooth ground know ing that the beat fjilng tor the soul was an honest confession and If ho were alive today I verily believe ho would be In favor of a new survey When I was in Westminster Abbey I read something like this undura bust John Wesleys I believe The workman dies but the worm goes on Gov Goe bel U gone but wo must mako a good finish of his work and repair it if wo can In your last Issue you said rtometblng about the dog wagging his tall Dont lots speak too lightly about tho wag of a dogs tall in connection with tho repeal of this law The wag of a dogs tall expressed everything good In a dog every time be wags hid tall while the bark from the other oDd of honelltlbarksoul assert itself nnd the dogs salva tion us well every time tho dog wags his tat No wonder some man wrote Dog heaven Col lllll Is the most eloquent and apt the most Impressive and charming speaker whom It has been my fortune to bear and I have been around some But every good speech be over made put together cant express the sincere frlendshlu and love that ono wag of his old dog Roeics tail expresses even If he has been suspected of having been among Fosters sheep I feel like wo should ask Col Hills pardon for call Ing Rooks name In connection with politics It seems a llttlo hard on Rock It does so but wo dont mean ll that wayI love the wag of a dogs tall and I want him to havo a long tall with a full wing to It I am afraid of a bob tall dog All good men dearly lovo a dog Wo never find a bettor friend than old dog Tray Wo will not speak lightly of the wag of his tall for this Is a theme too profoundioo pathetic for my poor old pen Ills a text chuck full of deep thoughts for tho brain of men like Barnes Talmage Dr Palmer and Dcccher at their best HAPPY JACK MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Robert Howard aged 78 and Miss Lucy Wayne 25 were married in Chi cagoJack Reams and Miss Emma Ponder popular young Rockcastlo people were married at Orlando last week Mrs Mary McCarthy a widow of Detroit Mich has sued John E King the rich real estate agent for 8100000 breach of promise of marriage Andrew Hasty and Miss Alice John son wont to Judge J P Baileys homo Sunday morning and bad their destinies united In the judges moat Impressive style John flanks bf Indianapolis dlsap pointed because ho did not jet the girl ho loved cut an artery and saw himself bleed to death Ho left a note to the girl as follows Dn you Ill meet you In hell The engagement Is announced of Alfred Gwyne Vanderbilt second son ot iho lato Cornelius to Miss Elsie French daughter os Mrs Francis Or mond French Tho bride Inherits 15 million Alfred Inherited tho great or part of his fathers cstuto Ho Is 20 years old Low RATES TO TUB NOUTHWEST Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from LouUvlllo to points In Ari zona British Columbia Colorado Ida ho Iowa Manitoba Michigan Minne eota Montana Nebraska New Mexico North and South Dakota Utah Wash ington Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at onofaro for the round trip plus 82 on Tuesday Aril 17th Half rate for children between 5 and 12 In elusive Tickets good for 21 days re turning Full particulars of your lo cal ticket agent or cheerfully furnish ed with maps and scncdulcs by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky I I Corn Is soiling at 325 In Laurol and is scarce at that POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Gov Bradley Is in Washington to file a brief In the Taylor case N B Scott was seated as Senator from West Virginia with only three votes against him Cow Bcckbam was welcomed to Bardstown with a royal ovation on his drat visit since his Inauguration It has boon arranged at Washington Ibai John W Lewis shall be ibe re publican candidate for Congress in the 4th district Thu Goebel law will bo repealed when the viva voce form of voting Is restored to tbo people by constitution al MessengerGovan independent republican says that the hope of the peoplp In this years generalelections is in the democratic party Tho House committee on labor do cided to report favorably tbo bill providing that eight hours shall hereafter constitute a days work on all government contracts Juno Gayle will not be a candidate for reelection to Congress He evl dently sees tbo band writing on the wall that Trimble Is to represent the 7th district after next March In his memorial day speech at Atlanta Gov Candler roundly scored re publican fanatics and denounced the unholy war in the Philippines and tho vassalage In Porto Rico Mayor H C Ford Is trying to run Mlddlesboro as Christ would run It and begins by shutting ofT the Sunday milk wagons Bob Is evidently out ol DemocratVirginia is taking steps towards holding a constitutional convention to disfranchise tho Ignorant Negro As such action would also disfranchise tbo ignorant wblto voter It Is to be hoped she will succeed r IfitboJurisdiction Taylor will remain the de facto governor till the next eUoiIon Gov Beakbam will sbow blm a thing or two about that H S Irwin who was railroad com mloloncr of this district was nomi vlllodlltrlcttor Sapp were named as delegates to the National convention With the most liberal pension laws anybodya special act of Congress but that body continues to grind out specials Itbroko the record Friday by granting 01 at one sitting Taylor arrived In Loulsvljle Sunday night and It Is stated that bo went there to learn why ho was not Indorsed for a renomlnatlon by tbo district convention held there Saturday night ItIs hoped that bo will bo shown why he has not been put In jail before this June Gayle Congressman from tbo 7th district says bo thinks that no ro port will be mado In the DavlsonGll bert coolest before next February and then Davlson will bo given tho seat so he can draw tbo full salary for tho term Ills vote Is not now needed JoesIntoplan to reunite the Kentucky democracy John VVballcn will probably cable his approval from the other side Aug list Belmont and Mark Manna may also woMel8eDgorSenator Mason of Illinois has intro duced a joint resolution requesting tho president to withdraw tbo foccs of tbo United States from Cuba as rapidly as may bo done with convenience and safety and that on the 4th July1000 all civil and military power bo turned over and surrendered to iho people of the island The Louisville sympathizers with assassination adopted resolutions in- dorsing Taylor and extended sympathy to those unjustly und mallplously con thebehestInterests The hlgh handed and rev olutionary methods of tbo democrats during the past eul were holly de nouncedMILLIONS GIVEH AWAY It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern the land who ire not afraid to be fuurConsumptionCougbeaud hsnIhethouKindiofhoValeM caste Aithma UronchltU Chettlalldlbgulraleprlco refunded AN W1lOOPINGOOUGI I consider it not only n pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful euro effected in my case by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoo Hemedy Iwas taken verybadly with flux and procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of It effected a permanent euro I take pleas urn In recommending It bothers suffering from that dreadful dlseaseJ W LYNCH Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by Craig Hockor Druggists 0 lWllLltAPAPEI For 4 Cents T- In my Store PaporpricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up just ns it will look on the wall and get it at once SuppliesAE GIBBONS DANVILLE KY- No 306 Main Street W C GREENING ET7STONVILLE KY Han just opened and has ready for your Inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Including a full and complete line of EARD7VARE I Ho also cattle Brick Lime Cemen Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac He will both buy and manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and Is always in the market for SHIXGLKS He will exchange his goods for anything that be can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce II Very Thin man Or a Very Fat ManJPays the penalty of hU size at most clothing stores Not hero though Stout and slim sizes in groat variety Our new I SPRING SUITSAte tho best that ever came from the manufacturer They Ol our idem We feel sure theyll fit yours Come here and bring your extra size along and wo will fit It This is the proper time for SPRING TOP COAT I tblDglIlIat8THE GLOBEYour Money Hack if Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successor to J L Frohman Co When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig JuA C SINE Yt86tttiri9lN8lQNN J CONTRACTOR BUILDER I STANFORD KENTUCKY w I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work I manship and material as will be attest foriI I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber ath Shingles Etc I I will duplicate any prices offered tNlipAteNi0A0AASA teAA Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PRESIUHNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MHS NANNIE 8 SAUFLEY Lady Principal J Ae ALLEN CO Contractors 4 nd BuildersJ STANFORD KY Have now a Complete stock of Building Material YulTuw Pino FlooringCellhtg Door Snub Blinds ot Dressed and hough Lumber Shingles and Stool ItooHn Lo suet Post tic We make estimates on any kind of work wanted Ofllco onposllo fr L e U Cooks C f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY i 1900 Il w P WALTON IF anything can mako a totally dfo pravod man as we Methodist call I them forsake his sins and lovo the Lord a skim through the heart of the blue grass on the splendidly equipped Queen tCrescent at tnls season of tho year will do especially If ho has 1 I those princes of the bell cords Con doctors Ed A Sherman to take him thither and Ben G McGraw to bring him back The trees are turning a Rood natured race to seo which can set ID full foliage first the plot of the peach blossom Intermingled with tho white of tho cherry and the variegated of the apple vie with each other In beauty while the hills and dales car peted with the greenest of bluo grass or covered with wavlog wheat unite to make a picture that would have thrown the beauty of the garden of Eden In the shade and made Adam and Eve assham i ed that they were not given better fa ditties for love making and floor orchards from which to choose tho forbid den fruit Too blue grass farmer Is In f deed one of the elect and If with every prospect so pleasing ho still Is vile he deserves to to banished to bleak Si beria or transported to tho Dry Tortu gas Or If that be not punishment suf ficlent to be made to till tho hlllsalong the line in Harrison Grant and Boone I countiesIt what a difference a few hundred miles makes In the prog ross of vegetation Up in Ohio we found leafless trees and bleak looking fieldsl with only hero and there an Indication that the prlog has come But thats not Gods country up there and He wastes no smiles upon it Cincinnati seems to be an exemplification of the fact that tho wicked prosper in spite of their wickedness At any rate every body there seems on the run and bent on letting the devil get the hindmost p first Merchants say that trade Is unusually good and the builders are as tobard at work as If material hadnt gone up 100 per cent They were laying tho corner stone with mortar spread with at gold trowel for a 20 story sky scraper corner Main and 4th Saturday and hid log a box of trcasurn and other things for the men to get who In half a cen tury may tear the building down to make one twice as high While In the l city we enjoyed a number of courtesies from friends but none that we appreciated and enjoyed more than a splendidly prepared luncheon with Manager F B Berry of the American Typo Founders Co at the dining rooms of t the Business Mens Club Our visit to the city was for the purpose of In terviewing Mr Berry on type and tipreues in general and to seo the new two revolution press In action It a marvel of Ingenious construction and does Its work like a thing of life but Is a grim looking unbeautiful machine and Is about asblg as all out doors On the train from Cincinnati were Attorney T C Campbell and Wharton Golden leading counsel against the as sassination conspirators and the star witness against them Campbell is a i4portly man of medium height and not near so large or so savage looking as George Denny whom he called a liar recently in the court room at Prank fort Golden is a slim young man of rather a mild cast of countenance and but for the large bat he wears one wouldnt take him for a mountainneer Both got off at Georgetown- A VISIT to the Houses of Reform dis closed the fact that the Bradley cottage and the cottage for the girls are fast approaching completion the latter likely to be turned over to the State In two weeks These buildings should have been completed last October but delay in getting material bad weather and otb excuses known to the trade have caused the trouble and will likely coat the contractors a big forfeit Tho word cottage might convoy to the average mind that they are small buildings but not so Tho Bradley cottago will furnish sleeping eating school another apartments for 100 boys and the girls cottage can take care ot CO in a similar way These buildings are splendid structures and modern in all their apartments and built In such a manner as to defy criticism from even invidious grand juries Supt E H Doak tells us that he now has an oven 100 boys 64 whites and 40 colored and that he keeps them busy in the several departments on the farm and in the school room The farm has 10 acres of tine timothy for hay 30 acres of beauti ful wheat 10 In Irish potatoes 10 for sweet potatoes 6 in cabbage 4 In to matoes with acres of peas beans on- Ions and other vegetables all looking well Sunday morning all the boys were In their now blue uniforms and military caps and looked above the av erage In Intelligence Sunday school is held at 1030 when Mrs Doak pre sides at tho organ and teaches each pupil to sing The music they make la fairly good and all slog with earnest news There Is preaching in the after noon by volunteer ministers from Lex- Ington and other places Rev J S Sims formerly of Stanford frequently aiding in the good work r Lexington nestled In Its heavenly surroundings Is lovelier than usual In Its sleepy Indolence The capital of the bluo grass Is simply an overgrown country town where those who can afford It and most of them can spend their fives In ease and luxury forget ting that tomorrow they die Beautiful residences with green carpeted lawns smiling with tlowers abound and pretty women and fast horses maintain the reputation of Kentucky In those re spects Tho new court house Is mag nificent within and without an Immense tobacco factory nearly complete strikes the eye on entering the city from the South and other handsome buildings Indicate that though slug gish there U still lifo je the old town made famous by Henry Clay ant Billy Brecklnrldge along different lines however It Is delightful to ono accustomed to the rush and push of Stanford to spend a quiet day In Lexington and rest with the resters the world forget ting and almost by the world forgot THE Louisville Post which seems to be Taylors keeper save The Goebel ites are trying desperately to convince themselves that Gov Taylor is frIght- ened and will not return to Kentucky The purpose of these publications Is so plain that they are convincing the public that their only hope of damning the republican party Is In keeping Taylor from a trlai His a vain hope Gov Taylor will stand trial and be tri umphantly vindicated How a man endowed with any reasoning power can make such an assertion as the above Is hard to understand except upon the hy psthesistbat ho has been bought for a price and lies toeult his purchaser If Editor Knott knows that Taylor Is not guilty he knows who is and ought to bo summoned as a witness and made to tell his name Every circumstance together with tho testimony of his ac complices point to the guilt of Taylor and until a court of competent jurisdic tion says he is innocent of participa tion in the crime of the century honest people will continue to believe him so no matter how much be and his hired spellers may swear and protest Let Taylor be made to stand trial llko any other Individual accused of crime and let his punlshmeqt be commensurate with It if the evidence justify it no matter who or what Is damned THERE Is now no doubt about the right of Judge R J Brccklnrldgo to the ofllco of attorney general and the gallant and brainy old war horse can read his title clear both as do facto and do jure attorney general Judge Pratt who decided several days ago to give up the contest failed to give tho requisite supersedeas bond to do so by midnight Friday and he Is now as much out as the others will be in a few days Ho knew the case was hopeless and be ing a good lawyer was sensible enough to get out before being kicked out As we first suggested Judge Brecklnrldge for the ofllce wo of course rejoice and ale exceedingly glad to know that he has at last gotten hla deserts and will hereafter get his pay IT Is said that Judge Caotrllls order requiring the telegraph company to produce all the dispatches sent by the conspirators will disclose the fact that Taylor had sent messages to military officers In advance of the assassination to bring their companies and that be sent one to b friend at his old home to come and bring 200 men with him No wonder the chief of the conspirators and the procurer of assassination should flee with his guilty conscience in the attempt to save his neck that has too long cheated the halter TUB brief filed by the attorneys In the Taylor contest before the supreme court reads more like a stump speech delivered by an Irresponsible orator to an ignorant republican audience than a legal paper addressed to the highest court in the land It is a conglomera tion of false allegations pitiful pleas and foolish reasoning and its perpetrators should be fined for contempt and kicked out of court It oughtnt to take the judges as lent as It takes to put on their gowns to decide that Tay lor has no case in law or in equity THE Lexington Leader celebrates the 12th anniversary of its establish ment Sunday by printing photograph la reproduction of Its first Issue on May 1 1888 The paper has been a pronounced success from its birth and Is a gold mine for its clever owner Samuel J Roberts said to be one ot the very best all around newspaper men In the United States Ono of his printers told us once that he knew every detail of his business and could at a glance at piece of copy tell just how many ems were In it to a word THE Maysvllle Ledger says that re publicans have no rights In Kentucky except the right to pay taxes and to die They have the right to pay taxes ot course but in this neck of the woods they do not embrace It very unanimously Most of them prefer to Ignore it and have the sheriff return them delinquent Neither do they seem to appreciate the right to die judging by the way they continue to encumber the earth A PROMINENT republican says that Taylor will not run for governor this fall If the supreme court decision is against him Well hardly A man cannot run very well in a prison cell FLYERS FLYERS I Here It Is in Black And White PRICES TALK I We are Never Undersold but we Positively Undersell Competion vanishes before such L forcible arguments as we present below DomesticsE- ach customer will be allowed 10 yards of any of the following brands of Calico A 31c per yard Indigo Blue Simpson Gray Fancy and Shirting Calico Good Apron Checked Gingham worth Gc special price 410 30 Piece of Madras Cloth worth IGc special price lOc 25 Pieces of Dimity assorted colors lOc quality special price 7- cNotions 15x30 inch Checked Towels worth lOc special price 3e- 13x3inch All Linen Towels fancy border special price this week 4o- 19x3Slncb Bleached Fringed Towels Marseilles pattern special price 8c 2Oxb0 Inch Extra large Honey Comb pattern fringed Towel worth The special price this week 9c 22x48inch Bath Towel cheap at 20c special price 14c 72 inch White Quilt worth 85c special price this week 40c Clarendale Crochet Quilt extra size 1125 quality special price this week 83c Ladies Sik Mitts fast black only lOc Ladies Kid Gloves SI quality In black or white and all shades of tan or green special price COc I Lot of Ladies Kid Gloves regular 76c quality special price 4Uc The thousands of thlogs that go toward making an uptodate and complete stock of Notions cannot be mentioned in this space Wo always carry a full line of Ladles and Misses Underwear Hosiery D TilE district committee has called a meeting of tho 18th district democracy to meet at IIarroJburl June 20 at 2 i M for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress The basis of representation will be a delegate for every 200 votes cast for governor in tbo last election and these delegates are to Deselected in county conventions to bo held In each county June 10 at 2 I M Voters heretofore attlllallng with the democratic party and those who are known democrats and recognize the obligation of supporting the nominee after participating in a convention will be entitled to take part Candidates are to put up eloo for defraying ex penses of the convention If only ono candidate olTcrs by June 2 the district committee will declare him the nom nee Mil It E city editor of the Louisville Commercial and son of Judge M D Hughes of Lancaster together with several other Louisville newspaper mon have prepared and wlllasoon bave on the market a book entitled That Kentucky Campaign which promises to be rich In facts and tbrllllngly interesting Copies will to on sale here In a few weeks Time grand old man Mr Walter N Haldeman was years old Friday when the Times printed a four column picture of him which Is almost an exact likeness May the hand that di rects the largest newspaper cntorprlsd of the South with such consummate skill continue for many ycars yet to make his two papers the greatest In the land THE LATEST LOUISVILLE May 1 830 A tGov Bradley closes for Taylor before the Buprpmo court today During argu ment of McQuown who cited precedents ofcourts sustaining State coned Talons Justice Brewer Interrupted him to say that that question had been bottled This Is taken to Dean that the court will sustain the democrats The telegraph companies at Frankfort artS blocking effort to have tele grams sent by conspirators at the time assassination brought into court The Whtto Daker Howard feudIsts compromise and agree not to prosecute ooo another This enables Jim Howard arrest C D to evade WASHINGTON April 30tb Holm Bruce presented Taylors case to the supreme court today Maxwell and McQuown spoke for Beckbam and Gov Bradley wIll close tomorrow for Taylor The court room was crowded and great Interest was shown Tae democratic attorneys showed conclusively that no Federal question was Involved 0- j Corsets Corset Covers Shirt Waists and Dress Skirts and remember we are never undersold Shirt Waist Silks Black Brocaded Silk hoc quality ape dial prlco 27c 10 Piece of Shirt Waist Silk worth 75c your choice 39c per yard 10 Pieces Silk In plaid and itrlped cf ccti 50c quality special price 29c House Furnishings c 2J Yard Lac Curtain worth 76c ape dial price 48c sj 3 Van Lace Curtains worth il special price G8c 3 Yard Lace Curtains 54 inches wide worth 1160 special price 103 6 Foot Felt Window Shades only lOc All Linen Shades assorted color Sue quality special price 24c 7 Foot Blinds sell everywhere for 60c this week 35c When you call look at our line of Mat tings Carpets A- cMens Hats We have them in Buckeye Plain and Hough Straw Linen Crash Wool fur Silk Alpine Shajies Stockmen Shapes K It Shapes and every block concelvabe In stiC hats We have from 25c up- Dress Goods Our shelves are stocked with the test of thing in the Dress Goods line Quantity FKANKTOIIT April 30When PowI era and Davis were arraigned to con today Gov Brown presented pardons for them signed by Taylor but Judge Cantrlll overruled the motion that they be a bar to the proceedings All tbo prisoners were brought loco court and plead not guilty A motion for a change ot venue for Powers Whittaker Davis and Combs was then made with then ual affidavits tiled The Commonwealth resisted the motion and also flied ant davits About Conspiratorsand Assassins The warrant against Sheriff Sutton of Wbltloy county was dismissed no evidence having been found to connect him with tho aiwaslnatlon The London Echo is still trying to prove that Gov Goebel was shot In the back Brer Dycbo will have a hard tlmo making the people believe such boshTaylor telegraphed Commonwealths Attorney Franklin to know If an dictment had been found against him but Mr Franklin refurred him to Judgo Cantrlll for the Information Hon WJ Bryan was made an Elk at Lincoln Nob Admiral Dewey arrived at Chicago where he will bathe guest of tho city until Thursday mornlmg Six masked men bound and gaggoi L B Burk and wife near Norwalk 0 and took 9500 from their bureau drawer George Hayneo of Alex Wayne county was found dead at his home Ho bad been In bad shape mentally for some time Near Wataeka Ill Albert Underbill shot and fatally wounded his sweetheart Miss Anna Davis nod commit a Pennsylvania farmer had twin children twin colts twin calves and twin lambs to arrive the same night William F Miller manager of tho Franklin Syndicate a getrlchqulck concern was sentenced at Brooklyn to 10 years imprisonment Dr Charles A Morse of Beverly Mass died from the etTects of a fall caused by a wire stretched across the pavement by practical jokers John T Hughes hue sold the three yedrold saddle colt by Rex McDonald dam Belle by Roderick to D F Brown of Tennessee for twO It lactated that Col David G Colson will be a candidate for the republican nomination for the appellate judgeship of his district two years hence A snake bit Mlsi Jessie plankenshlp of Christian county on the was very suffered greatly for threo days but she Is getting along very well now I1eftIUYIcomblnell prices ell go to make up tho superb attraction of this department All goods are bought direct from Importing broken In the East and the middle juans profits are saved you reap the benefit Gents Furnishings a Flyer Mens Elastic Itlbbed Drawers 75c everywhere We have 10 dozen only as long as they last they go for 43c 2 Cards of Collar Buttons 5c 25 Dozen Mens Silk Finished Suspcn dent manufactured to toll for 35c special price 16c Mens Fancy Seamlea J Hone worth 20c special price lOc 1 Fiozen Socks for 48c 10 Dozen Hehvy Work Shlrti for men worth 4OcIII tclallrlce 33c Everything In the best of Plain anti Fancy Shirts Hosiery Suspenders Un derwear Collars and CuTs Neckwear Collar Muttons Cult Buttons ic Shoes Misses Halt Shoes 12 to 2n 0cqualty special price 23c- Ladica mark Ozfords quality clal price nIX 1 Lot ot Ladles Sample Shoes worth 1160 to 13 special price GSc Ladies turnuil solo slioet oeln tot took tip black or tan worth f3 special price 1108 Mena tan shoes worth 150 special price 18c Mens neat dressy black shoes in lace or congress worth fl 50 special price 08o Mens Hollil leather theta shoes lace qr congress worth f 75 special price 1119 Mens pateut leather shoes coin toe lace the proper thlug for full drew wear worth 13 this week only 125 Mens plow shoes as low as 73c Clothing Wb are at the top In tills line Let t suffice to say we have the largest and best assorted and lowest priced stock In Cen teal Kentucky The proof of the padding is chewing the bag See our line and wo will convince you In a few mln ute of the truthfulness of this lusotton Mens black clay worscd panU worth 160 special price 08c Mens a wool doe skin Jeans Ianti worth II 60 special price 70c Boya long Pants In Jean Borth 70 special price 43c Boys Knee Banta IPc Boys all wool Knee PanU worth 750 special prlco 4He Dont miss a chance at the big lino of sJ 1ttwomber STORES LI LOUISVILLE RAyjDdC3rR Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1846 Assets 0941971778 Liabilities G1SIdiOi21 Surplus 5025095122 The bleat PolIcyjThe Best Company Annual Dividend Before placing your apt pllcatlcation for Life Insurance ace R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky K3Tltcfercncrs Our Policy Holders e BIO STOCK OF a1tixi12 12 18725 30e i PER YA RD W Er PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky 0 041 j riirt3iCIIIJQo 0tV oCI nta9 gik gr lZ = CIC a c 2gJ a = ijrar ffil SI 11 j ffll HI 81 For Sale by W B McRoberts i A Special Effort In Ties t English Squares Imperials FourIn Hands Strings And All Others WE LEAD IN NECKWEAR Let ua Show it to You OALDWELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House of Danvll e a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY i 1900 E 0 WALTON BuswKsa MANAGER fUR best materials combined with and accuracy Insure good remits No other methodl are over used In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Miss MARY DKAZLBY went to Leba non yesterday CAIT S D LWIB of Rockcaitlc was hero Saturday DnJle VAXAitgDALE Is down with an attack of Indigestion Miis MARTHA SKVKHANCB returned from Louisville yesterday A T NUNNELLEY the Toxaa drummer la wltb his parents here MRs A B RUB of Harrodsburg was with Mrs W M Matbony MIss MARY UOSSE has returned from a visit to Loulsvlllo friend DOWEN VANAIISDALK went over to Lexington Friday to eco his sitter IlOliKUT llENW of tbo Central Rec ord Lancaster was hero Saturday IRA GIMMES and family of Garratd were with Mr and su Slt Cook Miss LICCIK UKAZLKY laiD the city buying goods for her millinery store B PRANK JONES of Carlisle was here with hli brother John P Jones MR HKNUY D BACOHMAN has been very ill with pneumonia bulls Improv Inc JOHN M HALE city clerk of Homer flit spent several days with his mother here MRS B FISIIIIACK of Livingston spent several days with the Mliscs StraubD BAUNETT of Lebanon Junc tion visited his parents at Rowland last weekcMiss MARY MARSHALL MATIIBNY spent last week wltb relatives at Stan tore Female College Mu THOMAS BAUOIIUAN of Dan ville Is visiting tbo families of M and J W Baughroan Jot NBWLANU our clever operator visited hU mother at Crab Orehard It m Bernstadt Progress RBV J II IloiiBR of Perryvlllc was hero Saturday on his way to Klrksvlllo to baptize a child Mlt AND MRS J C IUNBIIART Of Livingston spent several days with bar mother Mr M E Fish MRS S M LOGAN Is down from MIddlcsboro to sea her slater Mrs Jennie Dunn who continues ill LaDCAI1terMiss PUARL KINO who was taken while attending the business college at Loulsvlllo was hero yesterday almost sndlolontly recovered to return to her studies MRS LIZXIK HOCKHH will move to Covlngton this week and make her homo with her daughter Mr Bagby Her son Willie went over lovoral Jays ago MR AND MRS J B CARTKR of Garrard were hero yesterday retut n Ing from Loulsvlllo where the tonne has been buying goods MRS T J AND J D FOSTER desire the Aid Society to meet with the at the homo of tbo former on Friday next from 2 to 4 JASON WESLEY and Mr J U Wil Hams of Middleburg wero hero Sunday to meet their brother Theodore Wesley and family of Ml Vernon who are spcndlnga week with thorn Tilt Ml Vernon Signal says that Mrs James Maret is very and wo suppose that accounts for the absence of a letter from that place Wo sin cerely hope that she will eoon recover ANDREW W BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard and George W Welch Jr of Danville Bro among tho dozen law students of Centre College admitted to the bar at tho present term of tho Boyle circuit court DR J W PARICIULL of Jefferson villa 0 a homeopath bat located hereto practice lie has rented Mrs R E L Sims property In the West End of town and will ofllco In ono of the rooms over Boazloy Bros livery stable this BETTIE POWELL closed her school tl Mr M S Baughmana Fri day and wont to Harrodsburg the same day to attend tbo Christian Kndcavor convention Tbo patrons of the school are greatly pleased with Miss Powell THE catalogue of Centre College shows 214 students Among tho Juno graduate are J C Caldwell Jr E P Curry 0 Clay Goodloc L W Green J C Slaughter and J C Thompklns Danvlllo DowIltT C Grubba Shelb City and W R Henry of Williams burg AT the Confederate reunion at Nash villa tho first man almost that we reo t ogalzcd In tho parade was Alexander Trlbblo of Junction City and ho was riding a horse Ho will rldo again at tho reunion at Loulsvlllo having been appointed an aide to Gen Poyntz with tho rank of major ON Fridays train bound for tho Christian Endeavor mooting at lIar rodsburg wero President Miss Edna Powell and Miss Leo Powell of HUB tonvillo and Misses Florence Tanner Annie Taylor Alice Alcorn Roberta Cash Etta Belle Root and Nana to Bailey oJ Turnorsvllle Elder J W Hagan was with them Mil O Po McRoiiBHTS of Danville GDioliobortrMR K G WALLER of Louisville is horn and Is about to soil his residence on East Main streot Squmu L B ADAMS and Miss Lou Ilockcr of nustonvlllo have both been very sick but are bettor- J IV MENEKEB of the L N with headquarters at Montgomery Ala Is hero to see sick grand mother who Is Improving MRS W CARROLL SHANKS and Miss Anno Shanks will entertain the fancy work club Thursday afternoon begin slog at 230 MR RICHARD Conn is holding his own fairly well Mr Thomas helps andoMlis Mlnva of Madison arrived yesterday to ace him REV W S GRINSTEAD and son Lotbcr of Taylorsvlllo are with his daughter Mrs E II Bcazley Mr Grlnstcud will preach at the Methodist church Thursday night MR THOMAS DALTON Is considering a good offer to go to MIddlcsboro and open a jewelry and watch repairing store Ho has been up thorn and Is much pleased with the prospect LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work SHEEP Shears and Sorghum Seed at Warren t Shanks FOR mlllctsccd sweet potatoes and garden secos of all kinds go to Hill k Beck MRS ROIIURT z sold to James Mllburn an acre olr of her lot on High cation street for 00- NOTICYLear your orders with Higgins d Sims for ice and coal Sat Isfaotlon guaranteed Phono 44 W D FARRIS of Owlngsvllle who had been under treatment at Crab Or hard Springs died on his return home Joins gives his out price sale on Percales this week If ho makes prices as Iowa he did on curtains last week they will certainly go Tim annual sermon to the faculty and students of Stanford Female Col lego will be preached on Sunday Juno DantlleCIENTKK COLLROK boat the Universi ty of Indiana 18 to 4 In a game of bao bill at Danville Friday afternoon Sev oral from Stanford eawr tho c me which was a very poor ono J W PERRIN clwod a trade with Brady ft Terry yesterday for their grocery and fresh moatbuslncssglvlng them COIl and carriage for their stock Invoicing will begin this morning JANIB WASH INSTITLTRat Middle burg chanted hand again last week Mitchell Taylor buying it from Me Wheat for 81130 Tho building cot about 4000 only a taw years ago but Mr Wheat bought It for 41000 a tow months since Doss FISHERMAN Charlie Armstrong colored Is the boss fisherman In this eectlon Besides what bo and bis family have eaten ho has sold 80 pounds of fish ho caught with hook and lino In tbo last two weeks Friday ho DimInlongthnON FONTAINE Fox BOMIIITT ead us a dUertallon on the proper mode 0 baptism but we draw tho lino at that That question has been threshed over so many times by more competent au thorny that further efforts In that dl rection must necessarily bo too cheat nutty for any thing but a religious pa per SHOT Gen Daniel R Collier for morly adjutant general was tho victim of a painful accident while handling a revolver The weapon was accidentally discharged Tbo bullet a short 3 passed through tbo fleshy part of hand coming out at tho wrist makln a wound which will disable him to r several days WALTER GRISSOM and John Noun wore tried before Squire CoiTcy ut Hustonvlllo yesterday for broach of tho peace when the former was lined S3 and the latter acquitted Grlssom was also tried for using Insulting and abusive language to a man nomad Nicholson waslotTnt members of the Knights of Py looklogforward10 when they will have a grand picnic Their splendid now lodge room build- Ing will bo dedicated on that pccasion lodgea many n the State will bu present It you are IIDrlntonbrothers there will see that you have a good time II CLAY HUNT known and liked by everybody in this section will harem ono of the proprietors of tho woll know a wholesale grocery house of Pearson Clark Lexington Juno ho Al G and Roger Bryan and a Dl Day of Winchester having bought tho Dryanlljlike MrHuntterrItoryourmerohants to know FRESH caught flab every Friday at eorge II Farris h Cos TUB Milwaukee binder and mower for sale by J T Jones agent C L Dawcs salesman RAY Corn Oats Sblpstuft and all kinds of teed sold for cash only J U Baugbman Co WE have Royal nterCorsets In all lengths also The Dowager in summer recasts J P Jones floe lino of carpets and wall paper are being shipped all over the country Call and see his beautiful stock Fox thetwo weeks will give carriagesNowCarton I HOUSE of lour rooms In good repair good guerdon on Whitley avenue op poslto Infirmary for rent Only 15 per month HELD OVER Johndame charred with stealing sacks and corn tram John Cook was hold over to circuit court in 8160 which he woe unable to give PERFECT weather I conditions have prevailed for a week and May day dawns brightly and promises to bo a typical ono It is getting quite dry however and the dust In some place- le several incites thick I ELIJAH MOORE of Liberty brother of Mrs Ed Wilkinson of this place has bought the mall routs from More land to Liberty and Is now in posscislon and U operating the hack line back and forth daily Mr King former owner has gone to farming I SALE Waverly Hamilton has sold to hU father Itaao Hamilton the Tim Pcnnlngtoa farm of un acres near Rowland for 10000 There Is on tho place a good brick house and the Improvements are fair It is likol Waverly will return to his fleet love railroading at which ho Is a success OUR boys met a Waterloo at Lancas ter Friday afternoon when tbo bate ball team of that place defeated then by a score of 12 to 8 Harry Hlgglns truck out 15 men and was well caughl by George Florence but their support was bad and they lost as above stated Tho Lancaster team will likely play hero Friday afternoon WHAT do you thinkoftho brief a synoptically given In the papers today was asked of Lawyer C C WIN llama pf Mt Vernon who was on Sundays train returning from Lexington It Is nothing more than the kind of a stump speech ono might expect a re publican to make tea partisan audience on Bmsh creek wltb no democrat answer him I am surprised that rep utable lawyers should offer such a thing to tbo highest court oven with as b a rasa as havRouiiEHY Mr R B Woods room at bis sons Mr E P Woods was en tered Srturday night and Mr Woods pocket book containing 9250 In cash a 842 check and valuable papers stolen A drawer containing some papers was also mUsing but a search of the preface m found all of tho shave Including tho cash in the garden It Is supposed that tbo thief got scared and dropped his load In his effort to escape The bloodhounds were taken to the scene early Sunday morning but they failed Wootde tho situation did tbo work and he will spare no energy In bringing him to justice I OUR Goebel monument fund was swnllod 81225 yesterday by Mr B W Given our Hubble committeeman who handed In the following list Those who contributed 81 each are Mrs Eliza Harris TC Rankle L G Hub blo George T Wood J C Eubanks B Eubanks W H Underwood 8Col Underwood R L Rubble and B W Glvens Those who gave 50 cents 6rush are John Underwood Thos Mc Millan and Charles Withers 25 cents each George W Gl eng Tames W Yetohope our friends will not let the good work lag This county ought at lee to contribute 8200 whereas wo have Ii than 8125 I CUT WITH A RAZOR Dink Farmer and Tom GUI who have been at outs for some time got together on Somerset pike near J W Baughrnana Saturday morning and as a result Farmer has two ugly gashes in his side and breast about tour lashes long and GUI a swollen held The letter used a razor and while the cola he made Mr Farmer look dangerous enough to kill Dr W B OBannon who dressed them says unless something unaxpe et ed happens tho clever candidate jailer will soon bo all right Ho nays that GUI overtook him and alter a t end words threw hla hand behind him brought out the razor and that ho used what rocks ho could find to the best advantage possible Finally tb clinched and It was during this that the wounds wero Inflicted Gill tOOK Deruty Bcazley when ho was taken before Judgo Bailey who set his trial for yesterday He failed to give the bond of 8150 and laid In jail Yesterday the trial was postponed to await the ability of Mr Farmer to attend LADIES we lit your gloves nicely boo fore you buy Big lot of tans grays and whites Just in J P Jones TUB 45th annual meeting of the Ken Cocky State Medical Society Dr Steele Bailey of this place secretary will meet at Georgetown May Oth and be in session three days THE promoters of tbo 4ih of July cel ebration are requested to meet at the court house at 730 Friday evening next 4th to arrange program etc for the day Everybody requested to at tend TilE case of V Richardson against tho Loulsvlllo Post for libel is on at Danville Plaintiff sake for 810 000 damages R W Knott and B G Boyle principal owners of tho Post are presentII TilE wife of Ben ayes colored who lives near tho pest house has terroriz ed a number of women by drawing a knife on them shaking them Sc Her mind Is undoubtedly out of balance and tbo ofilzers should look after her THE Curry Grocery Co of Harrods burg has bought the old Gore Hotel at unction Cly and will erect a brick building suitable for a wholesale gro carp on Oho site whore the hotel stands willagoods will bo stored at Junction City SINGLETON Mrs Martha Singleton widow of Hundley Singleton of Crab Orchard died Saturday night of pneu mania at tbo homo of her daughter Mrs Bowen Gover in Danville aged 70 Sbo was a woman of great energy and managed her business with much skill A good Christian woman has gone to her reward Tbo burial was In the cemetery at Crab Orchard LAND AND STOCKe 5YT J Hill sold to Lutes Co a bunch of MU pound hogs at la Isaac Hubbard sold to Lutes d Co 9f 135pound hogs ai 4c Morris Fred bought of D Eubanke ils crop of wheat or 74c John DL Hill sold to Lutes Co some butcher stuff at 3 to 3Jc Ohio Beauty seed corn for sale at 81 a bushel John Cook Stanford A R Nunnelloy bought of Alex lcesold 35 barrels of corn at OWayne Co Record J W Baughman bought of M D Hmorc a combined gelding for 8125 C Alexander of Bourbon is feeding 538 cattle for the tall export market John G Lynn Jrrbas bought of va 410Ito Wilkinson Si White a bunch of 115 pound hogs stir SALEIO nice yearlings home draised all red W Y Currey Hedge vllle T W Kinney bought of Joe Young of Cumberland county 31 yearlings at 81835 Jog Jordan of Atlanta bought at Lawrenceburg 18 business horses at 860 to 8160 FOR SALE McCormack binders and Thomas hay rake both good as new G A Lackey Local dealers are offering 60 cents for growing wheat but have very lets takersAdvocate Jl Lynn and W H Shanks sold to M S Baughman a Polled Durham thyearling bull for 6180 E P Woods returned from Cincin anti Saturday night where bo sold a car load of hogs at 527J The Wayne County Record speaks of 12yearold heifers How old do cows get In your section Brer Phillips John Allen bought Monday of J W Allen of Lincoln county 28 extra cat tie weight about 760 pounds at 5 51 and 5J cenls Winchester Democrat Adolph Myers of Lexington has ngagcd so far about 3700 lambs In- tils county 320 of them at 5o and the remainder at 5c Juno and July deity ory Woodford Sun C C Carpenter of Hustonvlllc sold 100 of his Kansas cattle to an Augusta Kan firm at 5 cents They will weigh 1500 pounds Ho also sold a car load 51cIDur barn bull la only 18 months old and lehisIssuoI 0Ia car of wheat at 74c D N Prewltt shipped yesterday to Cincinnati 33 spring lambs bought from Mack Eu banks which averaged 25 pounds Ad vocate AJ L Elkin bought of FoxA Sanders 45 slop fed cattle averaging 1050 and 1100 pounds at 4c This is the finest lot of butcher cattllo sold In this sec IrvineorLeo Sanders sit Co Lebanon 44 butch er cattlo at 4 jc Lebanon Falcon N I Duster sold lo Josiah Smith 1100 bushels of wheat at 7Hc Walters A Board havo 000 lambs engaged fur toeYMurray of Chicago a coach team for toand a speedy single driver for Democrat goodekHo teas a speedy follow in his day and won a ragas Royal King also owned by Mr Farris came mighty butUncloused his rabbit toot on him and got him all right j v LftDIESfOQo We have received our complete stock of Ladies Misses And Childrens Oxfords Ind 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 soed Patent Leather Oxfords very swell CUMMINS Jr culit PerealeSThisWeek We let the knife fall this week on as pretty a line of Percales as we ever offered to breadWevery one of them are this Seasons patterns no old styles COME THIS WEEK And get any of them at prices you can never duplicate again Remember the prices made on this lino are lor- OneWeekOnlyLook JOHN P JONES Stanford m Ki I Keep Comfortable I IA A Small Cost m- I ISee Our New ISmmer SnIi Summer Corsets 25c to II IVests taped neck 6c Ladles Vests bleached lOc Ladies ILadlC lisle 3 for hOc Every thing in Fans 5c to 42 White Goods of all kinds for commencement dresses Patent leather for Ladles and Chil- drenSEVERANCEI SONS JOppos1le Court House m 6 PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs BooksStationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGECovered with Aluminum See it before buying any other Tim Dewey SelfBasting Roaster And Baker roullngAHiggins McKinney THEINTEfilOR JOURNAL Entered n the potl ojlct at Stanford a tteondClast maUer riatb77aboi i iay3oldFxidaver 1 PER YEAR CASH as When not ao pod x00 will be charted KNOXVILLE DIVISION North lII1S a m tl Train goingi U 2 U m 36 aIt South 17 351 m It 1167 pm For aUlPolnt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION S Amlre at Stanford at 108 4 Stanford at J10 Holl ArriTeeatllowlandat 1700 oar PM730NoM Learea Stan QUEEN CRESCENT Junction City No Train going South pus nee not stop No 1160 r KoJ AM No bW P GolDg 3USouth No2 0111 sap So Ne 6175 P No 10 x FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Frankfurt at IIM 310 P yTralee lure whh the Q xneaching1nnkfudafierewanectioqwith Q at 1170 y he lcrtrainlavatorROenremwuNr1T0715 A a J+ c+ MccbMY W JUNDERTAItEa Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSQ- NDERTASERSt = DIIALItItS IN MatUn Rugs IFurnitureWall Paper Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- ai call Prices right I STANFORD KENTUCKY r Green River Woolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky yANCrunasKa DP Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets And Yarns Wuakeaipeclaltrof K01T CAUDINU and mlwot Yarnsaingle7 plyor3plIn any color or machinery U ant etas the good made by ue guarantee to outwear the product of other millsnay Jean made at I5o yard 10 oz wool required for a yaM Funnel at ISe 9 oz wool required Plain ZJndeey o wool required tstra ltavy- Twill Jot wool II colored red or bl All Wool IIhnketafI palrftltn 1ttiulredUlalDlrtilnghYaro lb ox Yarnwool required to Ithlgox wool red toIIOUDd5cpoundulra- for re blue or black In yarn at S 1Jc a l ound Our Motto High Grade Goods Hard Time Prices Encourage home Industry Glretmtiloymcnt tu txMiio labor Why tend your work to distant mills when you can get a better article at borne for com paratively the name price We aollelt your pa trooaee guarantee to Kin tatlifactlon In goal ity of work in price and In lair dealing Hrlng ui your work atid we will convince you that our eltlmearenotertraetgant Wool taken In ex kanie lor goods at market Write or call nod get our prlcrei Irompt attention to all Inqul W wanted Wool shipped In Iou of 100 notpayt a SlIlpcg Point MrKlnney Jblt Carey o 4- Isaiah White Apnt Stanford Ky V y LOUIBVILLE- TO CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un- Ion Station 10th and Broadway Passengers Information and rates to Minnesota Nebraska tad pointa in tho far West Including pal Uorniatshould address Frank J AgtEPass Agt W U Mn1rObarlesll JVriuble person of a mechanical or entire Varl KxposUion with art aeepddabonidwriti mlildI I r r BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Patorno late preshlent of the Filip ploo cabinet was captured Davlces county women raised for the Goebel moaument fund J H Monln a prominent farmer of Hardln died suddenly of paralysis- A white woman imported from Bel plum was Bold at Galveston Toxna for 8 JO Mrs M L Warfleld Clay ormer wife of Gen Casstus M Clay died In which has two democratic papers la to have a republican shoe to appear In a few days Peter Goetz the 10year old Hays City Ian parricide was sentence to 25 years In ho penitentiary- The floods continue to rage In Texas At Waco 403 Inches of rain fell in 21 hours and 694 at Trimble Jesse Field the noted mountaln feudist died from tho effects of a wound received la a tight near Jackson Scmbrlcu the great soprano Is to sing In the opening concert of tho Louisville Music Festival May 14 Tho J C S Blackburn guards wlLh a full complement of officers and 50 men were mustered In at Midway Three men wore killed and three badly wounded by the tumbling of a misting engine at Richmond Va A man at Cincinnati submitted to lacing his tongue cut out to stop the avages of cancer but it killed him Official reports show that 608- panlsh residents of Cuba havo refus cd to sever allegiance to tho moth r country An Ohio woman who had a horror of being burled alive left a will directing tbat two bullets be fired through her cart when she was thought to be dead Mies Mattle Foley a linotype operator named Wayne and an unknown man were killed within two days by the Cincinnati Southern In the vicinity of Lexington From a report made by the chief of- tbe bureau of foreign commerce ln taehlngton on commercial expansti of the United States during last year It Is shown that exports of tho Unlted States amounted to 312520030 jalnst 1233558 140 in 1893 An electric storm accompanied by rain in torrents fell at Waco Tex veiling two creeks and flooding balf of the city and doing great damage to- property The bodies of two known and one unknown dead bays Jjcen recovered and three other persons are ICnovn to havo perished Over five square miles of tcrrltor burned over more than 2000 buildings destroyed seven lives lost 7000 men women and children homelessand plOp- erty lots of 817000000 are the results of the destructive fire which swept Ottawa Ont and Hull which was ging when we went to press Friday A Pilnceion Ind man whose son- has been wrecked by liquor has sued- four saloon keepers for 3000 damages He claims that they have been selllni toxicants to his eon since ho was nine years old and that bo has Incurred- great expense for fines and costs on account of disorderly conduct of the- son when intoxicated The Sultan of Turkey is a prett sbrewd old chap He has not only alreed to rebuild the destroyed Amer- Ican structures but have a cruiser b ilt in the United States the cost to- Include the money Indemnity demanded In this way he hopes to avoid glv Ing European powers a pretext for pressing their claims Writing on the birthday of Gen- Grant Col Brecklnrldge says In the- Lexington Herald Today we desire to- recall only two Illustrations of the ba sal qualities of his manhood During a war of unexampled opportunities for- plunder for partnership with dovlous- men In devious ways and with almost supremo power he was absolutely hone cst his personal integrity was beyond qu stion When President Johnson urlrcd the arrest of Uobert E Lee- which arrest would have been In violation of the parole granted by Grant- eeto ho risked bis commission to- prevent dishonor ho was loyal to bls- soldierly word and by this act of stain letl veracity In the high sense of ve- raclty ho gavo protection to every paroled Confederate soldier It la not- strange therefore that all Confederated bavo hold him in grateful esteem lIe was more than a skillful general be was greater than a successful com- mauder he was nobler than a brave ldler And today every Confederate soldier gladly unites In keeping green bls memory and doing fresh honor to bls name Christian Kndeavor convention Vel- sallies May 1118 Low rates to tbls- meeting In effect via Queen s Crescent- Route from all stations In Ientueky- Every convenience arranged for tbo- delegates The very best speakers will be In attendance Ask your tleket- altent for full particulars BED HOT FROM THE GUll- Will the Lall tint hit O D Kteadinui of New ark Mich In the Chll War It horrible Uke that no treatment helped for 20 yean Tben- Jucklen Arnica S lr cured him Cure Cuta UrullearDUnl nun Felon Corni BUn Erup CUr on earth 25c er box ure- gurall ted Hold by 1enny DrugiIit A M Hall of Shelby has engagedd 4OCO lambs for June and July delivery at to5ic Horses and Mules to Sell t have Four Iorold Moro Mules ood Four good Work Horses for sale 17 1m L 0 GcociVWaynonburg Ky VTAJNTEE I Walnut Logs Lumbe and Trees Address O 0 MEXOEU ill A HUO CO Louisville Ky IIIAVEA Fine Shorthorn Bull Which I will stand nt my place H mila from the Court llouao on the Urchnr pike Service tea 81 In advance Calf guar anteed W O SHANKS SriNroKtJ LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgeville Ky HaTeonhand TO Good GrrnnfilB TTolf raln three mile of Stanford Will sell anj number man mayrapt 10 BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete Dlcyclo Store In Central leutucky an break In a nicy cle Workmanship Guaranteed DANVILLE CYCLE 113 3rd St Danville Ky Produce And Junk Wanted We hart located In Stanford for the purchase of F KJ Chickens tides Wool Feathers Ulawng nd the like For Machine eat Iron we fT W Jr hundred dove cut Ke for Uonei toe per undrcd hash GOcland the highet cash price ro- totbLCtwodoorsfrowbfd4 ara 00 1Je bring 10 your aUte bTANFUItf and get our price vnonucB cx J Hold and J niekolt HE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCLASS1Iotelln 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho three rincipal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts the City Everything neat and clean Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you let your painting I wllliavo you money I will furnlsh paper nd IU It on the wan from lOe up In other word I will sell you paper an cheap ai you can buy It In town and hang It ut tic per boiL I will do painting In proportion All- work guaranteedStanford Ky hadies Shoes Patent Leather Vici Kid Turned Soles Welt Soles- SLIPPERS Patent Leather Vici Kid- OXFORDS Two Button One StrapI Two Strap Vesting Tops j Panel Tops Kid Tops Heels and- Spring Heels prices from 1 to 3 ill Newest tyles r No trouble- oo show them At HJ HIOROBBRTS American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It- t Geo H Farris Co THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the most uptodate Gallery tn Central Kentucky having been re Gently equipped with the Anullgmat lenses tho new discovery la optical science to say to tho Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very katest Designs ir JvJouJdi gsat- terns never sold in this locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated Suit bio for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among tho lot is the Now French Fleur mouldings for suitable ollcato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that re duiro a dainty me When In Danville call and sea us and get our prices Wo will save you money 134 Third Street Opposite Iost Ofllpc Danville Ky t TIE RED CIRCLE PILLAss- ists the Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I Tbe Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth line been tried CO years has never failed to lure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic HoAdacho And the groat majority of ailments caused by a TorpldJLivct DOES NOT NAUBETE OR GRIPE t- But acts gently on the liver 25 doses in a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without it For Sale by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Colunbus Buggy Cos Buggies Also Troyland Moyer Makes Call and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky ESTRAY HORSE A light hi y horse lout IS hands bight lIrbtl otflt ullon and scan on knee lelt uir plan tlu- ndy N III give 6i reward for his Ilirn 10 me ilKxnx Jonisox Mllledctiilllo Ky HOTEL FOR S1LS loading Hotel In Somerset with toed Inewill sell or trade fur good stock Urni prlnollU grass llfllnlnlClR JurUNAL liON G G GILDER Ii CAntlldatu for roolcctlon to Conltrctla from till district nubject to any rUllnlRt action the party may take DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for Jailor subject to the ac lion of the democratic iarty lie aollcll your support JOHN C PEPPLES Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Oout subject to the action of the democratic party our support U solic- itedPOSTED I hereby woe all r rtoni front trewpaatlng on hl1 arm for any puqw whstere- rwit LAN1K1KAV KrlgerI I alto were all raooi trow IreMpaMlng on aria on Huck Creek for any urrniM winterer- o NIkVLW lgtaDb lu fYou Need SharIng atood haircut WIt till you O to Crab IIrcbrd and hate Ham llUkeraoretb fiieil long rllrtIt it woi kun bead Ile IotItameberlbpluwHlaktwor over jo eri Urery BUMe Craw FOR RENTGood property In tho town of Crab Orchard W LANDOKAK Ktlgtr RITH HOTEL- r FSANCISCO rrsprUlcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Drat Ifvfol to the mauataln ratN oonllJer lorltn meet all train tliwtlal atUatlou to u- ellnc men V S BEAZLEY DD S Lancaster JITeeth Extracted With VlUHwd Air IMijftclaa In attand inc Offlee In the Now Thompson llullalnf II IMPORTANT NOTICE r Te er lanfcrd will aga is ep- a wtlhWmatmfiHuied frees pure diMllkdI- hy 7 tH Stanford Water bt A lee this tea at loOcwtftf pHew F rlwpM xla sad ont tent lees than tau paved V fH awl OrdeMBfledanrlMMtr I slobuthi titofCoali Dlitck Lamp a s- Nutt 4tJf1fta AIoHrkt IN lor tetras are nark aiKl Lilts awl be wl entrd All Be orde t IflIWill i Mrantml Tanking n lkelwetMlItearsboo A SIW J T SUTTON Unclortalcor ustonville Kentucky 3enhliKrrlc to the people of We t Llecolol an Casey noun Fall alocki Coal nun Casll ta 6LPLEASE READ annnry Uhe regular Imlannulll i como gone teulmylratrons h enot settled wltb of them you are tar- netly mo If ou are ono miucatwl to settle Thanking oue and IIOlIclllnlt contlnuoCO aud all for litronDItO Very Truly J II OItERIt Intoshs Livery Feed Stable MCKllIEY KY food lHg ltroasonable prtcetOSal drlvera double and single for day or fyou want to work Casey and adjolnln countlD1 McKinney ii tho to from Horsu woll for by single feet dartweok or month A dare of your jva roo liKe FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Inca and Mules constantly on hand ani lor sale at all times Mason HotelM113 U D SIMPSON Pror ncnstcr t Kentuckylwl- yfurniahed clean beds splond table firstclass Porter tall trains 89 e D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky ICeo tin on hiictl a complcto lint 01 tuecle Buckboards Ilurncss turo c Agent fur Dcerlng Mowura ami- IIInders nod repair Oliver Chilled Plow tbe boat made always for talc Cull on him Thdoulhern Mulud Inveslmenl Coni any Of Lexington Ky- THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Home Offices Ucueralteen JoullI1e Dnneh Oinice at Newport News Va llallluiore Jld 1hlladclphla 1a F d To Certificate Holders 29218225 IassedJTo AoscrvolF51ai9600925BARNES Local Agent Stanford Spring 1900 TrccH PluiitH YIucH Everything far Orchard fawn ami urjen Tbt Stuck In Krntutky of Fruit and Ornamental Trees lra Vine Strawberry Plant AIrau1l- baJatL sad goals onllnirlly grown In tuili an cttiMliMurul fJoneral Niinery and strawberry catalogue to be hit on sppll to j V HIILISMiVFU taslogton Ky WHITE HOTEL- w 1L unuiEU iiton CORBIN KENTUCKY Clou to Ia enger ollOt firstclass throughout Rate tl per day HICI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A S PRICE jDentist Stanford Ky OffleoTr UtHoUru1 Drug Store In the llulldlog 0117IR A D NTlsrI Ilhone w B PENNYDDSkSTANFORD KY rrollkt at ikddeec I Lauutcor 8trtet DR Re COLDSTSIN Tar Celebrated Eye or ecfalistt Louisville Kentucky Will I at the St Aaaph Hotel Stanford Monday r April 23d Returning one lUll in each month Zjti IxanlaoJ tad Glum Sclentlflcillj AdJuiteJI- teware w hare no acenta FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY J 1U1 Stock 1100000 SupUt 117633 51 This institution originally MlablltbeJ aa the De wettBaaknt8taafeM In lead then reorganized at bt National IJank cfSUnlord In IM andagaln organlied u the First National lUnk of Stanford u mi has had practically an uninterrupted exist ncetor U yean It is better supplied now will ullltles for transacting buslneu promptly and lib rally than eer before In lit lohgitnd bonotbl areer Accounts ot Individual nduclari afirmj lndltldualsollcikd DINItTOai Y ReId Lincoln Co1 JWlisydenSlaotord S T 1InlII II II lUugbmaa lI J S IlockerI TP11IHi- TP Walton W A Ttfbble JU OolllerCrab Orchd J Miller MtVernoB DKluiore Htanfonlorriciat J B HOT er Imld nt J J Udtoberts Cashier incoln County National Bank Capital Stock lln1ndously for 2J Year plioits Your Bank Account UoplniuCh mutuallyDIIIERf0f5t J WllltamIJ II Ile Sr J N Ienoee A W Carpenter W H Cumnlni J E Lynn IS 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