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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a I SEMI I INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXVIIIS1ANFORU KY FRIDAY MAY 119009 A M NO 18 MT VERNON S W Davle haeaabout completed tho foundation for a now butlncM houio Tho college attendance cnntlnuds good tbo belt for this tirao of year lu GMrand Mld Klla Parsons ward married ut Livingston Thursday Juntlco Rut cll Ollllon tied tbo knot A Mt Vornon man claims to own a cow that drives up tho remainder of the herd to and from tbo paaturo and says Ibo dots tho work Hi well a s a shepherd dOll and with much ICH nolso A band stand will bo erected under tbo ibado true in front of courthouse Mt Vernon la proud of her band boys They play all uptoduto music and do It correctly They already have on gagcinentB ahead for coming events A meeting of tho subscribers to tho took of the Dank of Mt Vernon will take place at the courthouso at 2 l M Saturday May 6tb for the purpose of election of ofllcora Dod completing the organization Chairman J T Adams requests that all bo present or tend proxiesfMarshal W T Short and poBO laid at a Laurel mans house for whom ho had n writ the man not tbo house until daylight when the olUoor was nearly walked over by the than coming home with a sack of 13 chicken Man made a break was fired upon cteaped Povso divided up the ohlek ns lift The depot storehouse was burn Saturday Buppoml to have oaugh- trout an exploding jvg of cord oil whle was left near n norm A babv lying Is its cradle was not thought of by n dls trA ted mother until the Ard had nearly run Its court It had beeR raved however by UlU Dob Whttv Of tbte pinto who was tWilpg on Ure arwk nearby when the Ire troh ort Mrs JMHM Whim vilted Crab Or chard Mr and tins Dr Lnwr o MaD tertaloed a number ot tbelr feds at n birthday dinner Soodaj Dr Thomas r still remain very hi aL Plae mil Dr W A Drawn ooe of Doyle leading physicians Is spending a week amooc friends here MM James Mnret who has been wry til Is moon improved 8 C Franklin BlgMl oho lertman Is the tract ioduiirloo man la town He puts ID from IS 10 16 boors day Cralr Thompson who lost a leg last week br A freight train Is gstiing alnnff v rv r well A U BaitiB of Lan wtr was la WlaekMUrand LtxUgtvn Urn ot the week arranging for telspbose auO elation meeting Po itnai r Ward was up from Livingston Lawyer C C Williams has returned from a trip to Illinois Many twprovwnenu ure bing1 made at Miller Holol Dr South ard Is recovering from a spell of ty phoid fever Mr John Brown has rolurned from a two weeks visit to rolativos nt North Jellioo Miss Fannie MgFarren has taken her brothers U L McPerron place In the store while he Is bully engaged at the mill Miss Molferron Is a bright nod atTablu young lady and wo are sure the business will prosper In her hands MUs Gallic Adams of Paint Licks ts vUIling tho family of her un etc Willis Adams Mrs Leonard Dor thurum who has been confined to her room for some months with rheuma tism Is ablo to bo out again Tho fame fly of Itev A K Ifiwars accompanlot Lim to Pine Hill Saturday whore Ijo preached to a largo nod appreciative audionco Mr Dlnwlddlo ot Huston vllle was bore last week to visit one of Mt Vernon young ladloe The Phi lomathoan Literary Society U preps Ing to give a play In the near future entitled The Perplexing Situation Miss Ida May Adams and her visitor 1were entertained by Mrs W T Short at tea Monday evening Wo rogr that that estimable old gentleman II Baker Is quite III at this writing Reubou Mullins bas moved Into his now dwelling which watt completed lat week Mrs Nannlo C Albright is having an addition built to her boos and has ulo added another Improve taunt In having tho houno painted Wil liam Poynter has grip JCHuRCH S AND PREACHERS The General Aeombly of tho Pres byterian church vIII meet in Atlanta May Tbo 2Utb general conference of tbo Motbodlst HpUtiopul church began ut Chicago It will last a month It was decided to admit equal lay laprcsonta Lion Ho IB now in hell and his life an character should bb a warning to thou who remain said Rev J Mlles Carter In his remarks at the bier at n soMIur r named Hugh flagon In Chattanooga the other day Tba heartless remark was mado too with tbo weeping moths 10tllO audionco The Danvlllo Grocery aaHardware Co elected J P Frank president and general manager Mr Fred Harris will be one of the druramoro for tho establishment Tho census enumerators for Danvlllo ArQ S D Van Pelt and C M Fackler MATRIMONIAL MATTERS Mr and Mrs J B Lynn announco that their daugutor Mbs Muyme A Lynn and Mr Joseph Rvtnt Clnunoh Of Somerset will marry May ttQlb The corompny will be porformod at tbo rand Hotel Cincinnati whore quite largo number of tho frluod of the couple will gather MU Lynn who neo of tbo handsomest young batten In Kentucky or elsewhere U hlahladu sated and accomplished She hb Iliad a chair in tho faculty of MUloriburqt College since last great credit Ui boraUIUlIlll1n Inmltn flea and although liar taunt Impnitun cd her to make him happier outwtr by becoming nlwire she stood firmly liy her contract and fixed the nmrilBira to occur attar tho aaelen Is over Ho ought to love her all the better for It however knowing that II woman whole scrupulous In keening her word Is tbo kind to tlo to The prospective groom Is one of the sterling citizens of Soraortet He was po ima tcr under tba last democratic administration and betides being connected with other en tterprise bat a nourishing mens fur- ishing and clothing stern All who know the charming woman ho has won heroJheart can bring A six week tour will follow the marriage They will go from Clnolouatl to Wa blngion thence to Old Point to remain a while thence IIld Suhwere one Wed Mtday The bride Is a daughter of J H Anderson of lubbto- Clmrle I Baekory of Palaskl and Ml Partnle Fern Slogleton ewoet 18 ftf Morclaad were married Wedoe dayFrank L HurrU of Vlrxlala and MleLaurn CrajnoH of Pulaikl were murltxl at aosnsMiui Tn aAap LANCASTER Mr Kacesis lUbto ana MISS Bswtba leer were nettled near Bryanie riUe VtedresdaJ The democmoy of Qarrard county wo M gladly support KxOov MeCrew rr on Uosj J D Meek for goveroor aad either of ttumoan wla The ladle our town will glue astraw berry supper al the Oarmrd Thursday algbi May la for a laudable eater prlee and u large crowd sari ua otjoy obis state It sjxp tud- Craioftloa Collins has sued C fl Terser fur M000 damages for alroulat Ug the report that ho la a floater and sold his vote Tomllnion and Horn don rapruseot the plaintiff Dr A A WUliu Icoture was well attended and alto audience was delight od It was rind by base who ought to know haft wan the ablest Iroturo over delivered in this clip The ro ceipts were STO Squire I M Myers thoroughly ditch ad and graded tbroo miles of pike on the Stanford road in two days with tho steam plow mud It Is thoroughly done He tays toll Ed that It Is so smooth ho can walk to Lancaster now J C Silent Co have made the tot lowing salon two Jersey epee to D V itoblnion at eSII one cow at OO ooo combined guiding to Dales of Rich mond at S1211i ono borne to Launder DavUon at 88740 They have handled 36 homes during tbo lust 00 days Jos MoCarUy and B P Roblnlon shipped two carloads of bogs Tuesday G A it G B Swlnebroad void 33 young out tie at 6c- Prof J n Patterson Informs mo that his pupils will bavo n contest in elocution at tho opera housa next Fri day night to ascertain who will ba the thIIe e Grass Graded School Tournament which moon In Winchester May 21 26 and 20 A small admission fee will bo charged to asaUt in defraying the expenses of the pdpila to and from Winchester Judge W E Walker has recovered eulllclently In health to bo on duty in tho revenue eervlco Louis West has returned and bo Is on duty In too post olllco Senator Farris wont to Louis vlllo yesterday ostensibly to puck hle Hamplus but Thursday today Is Derby day Gen D R Collier is out again but bo is nursing his wounded hand which baa been quite palatal Mr T 0 Gulloy has gone to Denver Col whore ho will remain several months Airanow residence on Lexington avenue I understand that Wllllum fllggln bothnm John Walker John Johnson and W D Walker are to bo census enumerators In four of tho district in this county They are hustling young mote and they will do tbo work prop erly James Butcher Is sick of lever Mrs William Georgo la visiting In Bristol Tenn Mr R L Elldn is in Louisville on business Mrs T C Gulloy wont to Cincinnati this week Dr J D Owslcy was hero Wednesday IT 18 PERFECTLY SATISFAOTO RY THANK YOU Under tho hem ur Thrift Horatio Thrift Mr Watortou answers In Tuctdayu Courier Journal a recent in terrogatory propounded In this char acteristic und satisfactory way Our lI lcatncd frlund and brother of the guv old oily of Stanford Kentucky thO INTBKIOK JOURKAL asks a Civil queiloound bv tho beards of tho Seven Wlsw Men of the Jungles hoball have utvll unseat Addressing himself to lin edltur of the CourlerJnurnal the waritIIOu molll out a Attl then our oou ln of Lincoln ro mitfkii out without some relevancy and lord Imt It tulllolont to say one U a domoorm wltijnut adding and not a republican Surely If bo Is a demo urat hit U nut a republican whether It is xi stated or not e During ordinary times ilmlghtboso Even Uurlug times a little out of tbo common ono might exclaim with Si mon similar but not exactly These however bo parlous times most liar Iou times and It betides that n poor girl should bo very particular about her parts of speech even a beauty and an holrea like the Courier Journal san not afford to be careless far less Imprudent an a body rimy say nor yetI tudlceroet und It IB because of this junction that the superior being who Is eometimM irreverently detetfbed us the Old lady at the coioerHls perhaps fasUdluue with respect to her language and behavior For look you cousin these be not merely iwrlqua time but there be Uamouraw and dmoorut spoiled tabs speckled tails epaagled talUntd bang Mile ns3 dtmocrdtt with neither manes nor tails tpeIIy nothing about those demoornte who harlog beta born In Heaven are dove Ilk In kind sad oreattmwlored In char axster who eat ptll and water melon for breakfast RndweAr aottbtntf but sky blue Theo there are drnnoerata wbo vols ewe other than for rapubllsan Uokkt Then there are dmoerau who although tatey baveat done this silll threaten to do it And Anal then ls quite a class of dmoorat who declare that If you dont think just as they tklok If you dont talk just they talk you an no democrat at nil but mfly a rpablloa In dispute The Courier Jooral ta none ot be- aed hMioo In order Ui allay Idle curl osity iiod to suppress oonjtoture someUrae couples with the general declaration that it IIha democrat the superfluous but tpoplflo addition nail not a republican may bo ox eels of oautlon It may ho simple mod osty But It oat malevolent Nay It hath for Its object tbo expansion of the territorial domain of the republic 00 Joffer onlan lines tbo elimination of trusts from the body ot tho body pol the and the reduction of the chartered companies within the strictest bounds of tnolr franchise rights and the pros ervation of the polso und at ono and tho came tlmo tho balance of counties towns and cities of the third closets between tho Big Sandy and the jump tog od place Wohopowemako ourselves clear p WO hope our explanation is satisfac tory And wo looks toward you Broth or Walton we looks toward you A TRIBUTE TO ETHELBERT D SCOTT I want to pay a tribute to him wfio lost his life In tho depltfrablo tragedy at Frankfort When tbo poor victim with mutallps and sightless eyes Is laid away and for gotten public eantlmonl too often rests with tbo living Although my acquaintance with Scott was not an extended ono I never know ono with a greater intcllcctor a brighter future Magnificent In por eonal appearance vetoed in poetry and history po93e9lng a voice which sound ed like the vibrations of some beautl fully tuned Instrument ologant in hIs address ho charmed his audience Dad hold thorn suellbound with his match lone eloquence Tho last tlmo I saw Scott was in tbo campaign of 1800 After bis speech which was a magnificent ono ho talk ed to mo about his studies under Col Hill Among other things ho said Col Hill is tho only truly great man I ever know Often I havo sat with him In his olllce and listened to tho grand est lectures that over loll from human lips If Ethnl Scott could have shed ho would one day have ranked with Ken tuckys greatest men LoeiBN M LKWIS The Q t C will glvo cheap rates to the Episcopal church council at Parltr May 2911 tho grand of bllnV10tutbeWoman1I lucky at Covlngton May 21120 and tbo Blue Gras School Tourmi mont at Winchester May 21 20 The Q S C will run a cheap qxcur oleo to Cincinnati from Junction City Sunday IAbout Conspirators and Assassins John Davis andCulton charted with complicity in the Goobel aasaablnatlon have been roinadedto jail their con illlions of liberty having boon revoked by the spurt of the grand ury Reviewing the arguments of Gov Bradley and Holm Bruce tbo Louis villa Times asks Will each Illogical and illegal brilliant argument as this pass with oven a cuuckloheuded country mrglstratc to say nothing of tho learned justices of the mot august court In the world All thq men arraigned at Frankfort for complicity In the Goebul assassina tion sure been grunted a change of venue save W H Culton wbo did not ask It The steno asked a change to Bourbon county but that Is not an ad jacent county and Scott county was decided upou In passing upon the mo thIn Judge Cantrlll said h a would not attempt to try a sheepkilling dog in Franklin county wblio an armed mob was In possession of State House square Motion for ball was overruled hull the cases W H Culton swore that Youtauy showed him smokeless powder steel bullets to be used In kill- Ing Goobel and that bo believes Jim Howard fired the shot He also Im plicated Taylor Cui too said on the witness stand that Gov Biudley told him that ho heard Goabel was to bo killed and asked him to go to Youteey and advlsa against such a thing When Culton approach ud Tayloron the subject tho usurps said that YopUay would ba a dangerous man to get In trouble with that he had better be careful not to muk e Youuey mad at him Youuey told bias that ho bought the cartridges ID Cincinnati The night after the shoot ing Jim flowaad showed Clilton a rlHa cartridge and u pistol cart ldgo und said Dont ask any fool questions Jack CblotHn supposed to Hi a brave man but you ought to have seen him rue The organs of assassination have fabrleulsd phrase and put It Into tba mouths of the damoorata to the ogee that Well hong Taylor and damn tha expreaetoy ocrat It la the purct Invention of tba orgaee of asaasiionlion It Is not at orader to damn the republican party la Kentttckv It Is already damned beyond Ute hope of salvation in tbla tto that All by himself with his little hatchet bo made tbe coffin dug tbo grave and supplied the corpse Cour tar Journal NEWS OF THE VICINAGE James Handy was appointed post master at Greonroont Laurel county Dod Jarman indicted for tho murder of his nephew in Madison bas become Insane Bon Waldrldgc formerly bf tha Danvlllo Advocate composing force died in Cuvington J B Jenkins of Plnevillc died sud denly at tho Pbcunlx Hotel Louisville while on his way to Missouri The L k N was fined 1170 in four cases bv tho Doyle circuit court for falling to glvo warning at crossings R M Hunn and James D Shelby bavo opened a real estate collection and insurance agency at Junction City Ed 3 Rowland and Will P Wood cock have opened a wholesale and retail merchant tailoring house In Dan vllloJames A Bowles of Casey has ob tained a patent on his handoperating slat and wire fence machine which he thinks will mnka him a fortune L N Williams a prominent citizen of Adalr county Is dead aged 07 Ho was a brother of Elder Z T Williams who Is now traveling in Palestine The solo of the Birds Eye and Jelll co Coal Company was confirmed by the Fgderul court Logan O Murphy and NII Watson woro tho purchasers and the amount was 85000 Tba or der provides for expanses and a lion of 82803900 leaving about 310000 for first bondholders Dick Burton was arrested at Somer sot charged with killing Miss Mattie Holt a 10ycar old girl In Casey coun ty Sunday night Hu Is alleged to have raised a dllllculty with a brother of Miss Holt and1 shot tour times into Holts yard ono ball passing through Miss Holts head killing almost in stantly Referring to Its reproduction of a column or moro of short editorials from this paper tho Richmond Climax is kind enough to say Tho reader wbo bas only 10 minutes to sparu can edu cote himself by reading tbo first article on our first page entitled Too Minu typographicalwassure arn ours With this apology to Mr Walton wo lay on t o altar of democracy this choice bouquet of lyddlto shells from the biggest gun OD the Kentucky press 10 Will DO It i J I havobeeoorCesaimereNo Room For Fault r About the style fabric or sowing The suit Is tailored as it should be Every button and scam is right And at fI2 115 or Sin we have suite that will make an ordinary merchant tailor look blue in the taco Let ui show you what we have to oflor Best and largest line of Uhidn and Young lions Suits in the country Merchant TailoringCleaning Pressing Repairing THE GLOBEYour Money Back If Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman ft Co WALL PAPERFor 4 CentsIn my Store PallerprleWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You sse the paper matched up just as it will look on tho wall and got it at once cheaper than nap bookbouse can sell it A large stock of Paints and Painters Sup styles KYNo 808 Main Street WeC GREENING UUSTONVILLB KTT- Haa just opened and hai ready for your inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Including a full and complete line of p HI A RD W A Rt83 T He also carrion Brlok Lime Cement Ferlillxer Old Hickory Wagon Ac Ha will both buy one manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and is always in tho market for SHINGLES Ho will exchange his goods for anything thru he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce r When You Need Paints Oils Consult Craig locker Stanford e +l metlt11 1 A C SINE I CONTRACTOR BUILD RISTANFORD KENTUCKY o close estimates on work and perfect satisfaction as to work Iguarantee material as will be attest I one of the many parties for builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed 5 Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offeredt OAA8tb11PAltiStISe0dti American Wire Fence l The Best Made Try It And You Wille Sure To Like It Geo R Harris Co f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 4 1900 1 W P WALTON PAGES ISIXIn his own behalf on a f motion for ball WH Culton confessed himself accessory befqre the fact of tho assassination of Gov Goebol and told a most sensational story of the great crime Ho named Youtsey as a leader claimed that Jimn the conspiracy Howard fired the shot showed that Taylor was accessory before and after 11tbefact and that Caleb Powers Chase and others were guilty as chare ed In the Indictment Taylor and oth ers paid the expenses of the armed men brought to Frankfort for the purpose of intimidation and murder and Culton himself carried the message from Tay P lor to Collier to have the militia ready and to rtomove on a moments warning stand off the police The story told by hWharton Golden Is fully confirmed and i much additional testimony secured Including the fact that after themUf der Taylor became apprehensive that1 Youtsey would give the conspiracy away and wanted to furnish money to send him oUi of the State Ab but hiss the scorpions of tboassasslna tlon press you cant convict men on the testimony of a confessed accom pllce Nay verily but when the cir cumstances alone are such as to make It as strong as the proofs of holy writ that Taylor and his cowardly crowd of conspirators are guilty of thn blackest the State CultonItand copper plates the death demanding facts With all these things staring them In the face nod rising up like t Banquos ghost to haunt them no mat f ter which way they turn It may bo necessary to hang Taylor but certainly not to damn the republican party ThoI acts of lu leaders with Taylor at head seem to have platted ropes for him and them and damned the republi can party or that part of It which upholds assassination as tlendorseiland getting rid of an enemy l beyond hope of resurrection I r Gov BRADLEY made the effort of his life before the supreme court Tuesday and his pathetic recital of the woes that the democrats have caused the republicans In Kentucky Is said to have made Justice Harlan cry as if bis heart would break and a brazen imago alto to shed tears Gov Bradley Is a past thasteV in the art of oratory and Is es 1pecially impressive when ho draws on hlet imagination for his facts and on his memory for his wit Tho ex i governor had much to say about tho mailed hand pt tobbora and the trail of the serpent but never a time t did he refer to the acts of his own party leaders or deny their participation In the most dastardly crime of tho cen tury Gov Bradley made a fine Im presslon on his sympathizers among tbe- I gallery gods but we opine that the grave and reverend selgnors who aro tot pass on the question at Issue wore Im pressed with the conviction that the i speaker was straining himself more for the purpose of getting his case before y the country In his lurid light than to 1preseut legal reasons for the Federal court to interfere in solely State rights affairs t IN examining witnesses fora change r of venue In the assassination cases John Young Brown would ask as the What Is poll first question your tics Im a democrat said one but not a John Brown democrat by a long tihot Another responded Im a den ocrat the same kind you used to be J The spectators cheered and showed other signs of delight which Irltated Brown to the point of abarging on the 1crowd like he did on the butcher at Henderson but instead ho asked pro tcctloti from the court which ordered the sheriff to arrest and take to jail the rst man who so ojlonded again His t change of politics la a very touchous poldt to the old o t who resents any guy aimed at him r ONE of the assassination organs claims that Judge Pratt having given up the office of attorney general that that office Is vacant Judge Breckin Iridge being a defeated candidate hav tag no more right to It than any other man Papers that earn their living by lying are apt to say anything In order to get their pay and this He will doubtless servo for another stipend rBOTH Hanna and Gen Grosvenor in figuring on the result of the next clue ion put Kentucky in the Bryan col umn and they they thereby show their nnagoslty Kentucky Is as sure to go for Bryan this time as she did last time and as she would have been counted if tho returns hadnt been held up to be doctored IP the country Is so prosperous and everybody is getting rich paying high for every thing they got why are there 60 many strikes inaugurated Surely jlrts the classes and not the masses that under the administration lore enjoying prosperity of the government by rusts and FOR the rcnoBt of those who may have imagined that he was lost strayed or stolen this Item from tho Cincinnati Commercial Trlbuno of yesterday will allay conjecture Gen P Watt Har din the distinguished democratic poli tician and attorney of Harrodsburg is at the Emery Ho declares he Is not talking now about Kentucky politics and Is In tho city simply on legal busi ness ASKED by a correspondent If he did not think that hell Is full of the called Christians who have subscribed money In the assassination cases big money to defeattho ends of justlceun der the pretense of defending Innocence Mr Wutterson responded No no Not yet Not yet At least It will not be full until they get there TUB Hon W L Wilson cxpost master general goes to the trouble to say that Mr Cleveland will not allow his name to be mentioned In connec Lion with the democratic nomination for president As no one seems Intent on using it thus if in fact any one ever thought of such a thing the prohibition seems superfluous THE LATES T LOUISVILLE May 4 830 A MCul tons testimony still further implicates Taylor but he has not yet told all ho knows and the Commonwealth will not grant him immunity unless he tells everything It Is believed the next grand jury will indict at least aide more In tbo assassination case Wharton Golden testifies today The Iowa democrats instructed for Bryan State Senator Hill is reported dying at Newport C D FRANKFORT May 3Judge Cantrlll called a special term at Georgetown to begin July 0 to try the alleged assas 109Gov Brown asked that Wharton Golden be put In jail sod Common wealths Attorney Franklin said that at his special request no warrant had been Issued for him and Judge Cantrill refused to make the order Cultons testimony gave rise to the report that Taylor would be arrested at once and the gates of the Statuhouso square were locked presumably by his order ADDITIONAL LOCAL ICE boxe refrigerators water cool ers at Warren L Sbanksit MoilT OWNS bad a leg cut off while attempting to board a freight at Brodhead yesterday TUB first examination for white tcachera will bo held the 3rd Friday aud Saturday of this month The colored teachers will have their examina tions on tbo 4th Friday and Saturday IMPROyIr gGeorgUtmn of tbo firm of Hunn Coney Mlorelan is preparing to help the appearance of his town by building a largo store house tho upper story to be used aa a ball Moreland is growing faster than any town In Lincoln es TUB city council last night decided to employ Col Welch to assist In com polling the shareholders of both the Stanford banks to pay taxes for 1SQO tho banks having refused to pay on tho capital stock City Collector Li R Hughes reported all back taxes and those of 1800 settled In full and given his quietus TUB now ordinances and bylaws vblch this ollice Is printing for the city of Stanford fixes a heavy penalty upon the sale of cigarettes to persons under lit and provides that druggists shall nut take out liquor license butecllonly on the prescription of reputable physi clans The eale of morphine and nests prohibited except on prescription and the doctor who gives the prescription U liable to a fine of 850 to 9100 for giving one except when it is absolutely required Tho penalty against druggists for selling liquors or the poisons named except as provided Is a fine not exceeding 100 Ih each ca b BEEN HOARDING IT Dr J B Owsloy showed us yesterday three 20 bills of the old Farmers National Bank leposltrd by a man whose name be would not disclose which bore the signatures of himself us cashier and John H Shanks as president written 18 years ago The notes were perfectly new In appearance and had never benn out of the gentlemans possession Nearly all of the 8990 deposit was of notes with signatures of won either dead or out of the business of bankicg several containing the name of George Denny president of the National Bank at Lancaster S GOT DAMAGES Editor Kuott will have greater contempt for the courts than over since the Boyle circuit courts a judgment against his Louisville Post for 1500 damages in favor of W Vernon Richardson Richardsons action was based upon an article contrib uted to the paper by Tboa M Green of Danville shortly after the Novem ber election In which Richardson a conduct as an officer of election was criticised In a libelous manner Ho sued for lOOOOj The defendant admitted tho publication of the article com ilalned of but alleged that it was done In rood faith and without malice against the plaintiff An appeal was taken FLYERSFLYERS T J Here It Is in Black And Whiter PRICES TALK T Never Undersold but we Positively Undersell Competion vanishes before such We are forcible arguments as we present Domestics Each customer will be allowed 10 yard of any of the following brands of Calla A 3jc per yard Indigo Blue Simpson Gray Fancy and Shirting Calico Good Apron Checked Gingham worth Oc special price 41c 30 Pieces of Madras Cloth worth 15c special price lOc 25 Pieces of Dimity assorted colors lOc quality special price 7- cNotions 15x30 inch Checked Towels worth lOc special price 3c- 13x25inch All Linen Towels fancy border special price this week 4c 19x3Sinch Bleached Fringed Towel Marseilles pattern special price 8c 20x50 inch Extra largo Honey Comb pattern fringed Towel worth 16c special price this week9c- 22xlSincll Bath Towels cheap at 20c special price 14c 72 Inch White Quilt worth SSc special price this week 49c Clarendale Crochet Quilt extra size 125 quality special price title week 88c Ladles Sik Mitts fast black only lOc Ladies Kid Gloves f1 quality In black or white and alt shades of tan or green special price DOc 1 Lot of Ladies Kid Gloves regular 76c quality special price 4Jc The thousands of things that go toward mILking an up to date and complete stogie of Notions cannot be mentioned In this space We always carry a fuAl line of Ladles and Misses Underwear Hosiery LOUISVILLE STORE DONT forget the meeting at thoj courthouse tonight to arrange for 4th of July celebration A A WarrenI says he already has assurances next with far exceed the last wassplcndid CRAuOncilAitD havetwo more Alex saloons right away Campbell ander will open one on Mate street DUSt to J R Kdmlstons store and R W Wallin will hold forth at the stand on Stanford avenue A KENTUCKY HERO a rural comedy lu five acts will bn given at the Garrurd Opera Rouse Lancaster on the lamb by 15 prominent youn ladles and gentlemen of tho olty assisted by Miss Lillian Calef aa Daisy Beokwlth Tho proceeds aro for the benefit ot the K P lodge which Is preparing to entertain the district meeting in royal style Tbc knights and others of Stauford are cordially Invited IN the course of his sermon at tho Methodist church last night Rev W S Grlnstcad now of Tayloravllle said that bo was not a democrat and was glad of It that he was not a republican of it andexceedingly gladand ho was that be could Idols at the assassination lot Gov Goebel with an unbiased eye After denouncing tho crime ho said If Goebcl was as mean as the republt tried to makedemocratscane and some him the devil would never have let him been killed but such was not the man case I believe ho was a great certainly the greatest politician of his day and with him as governor the trusts combines and railroads of this State would have had to manage their affairs so that the people might hvt- sod lot live I say again Goobel was u great ma- nRELICSAt the 4th of July celebration this year Mr John Bright will exhibit his many relics in a tent to be rested on courtsquare Hols also preparing from talks with those who eaw It and from reading about It a drawing of the famous Logans Fort which stood at or near where the water works now stand The old Logans who came here in 1770 built a stock ade and erected log cabins within to which they brought their families the following yearA tunnel was dug from It to the now furnishes water for Stanford and which Mr Bright saw In making some excavu tlons there From his drawings It Ii- oxpected that Mr F O Brady will make a which will also be on oxhibltion In the tent Mr Brady Is a genius and has made some reputation In making models the one he made of Mt Vernon and Washingtons tomb having been exhibited at several expositions and won many enconlums for it accuracy Corsets Corset Covers Shirt Waists and Dress Skirts and remember wo are nover undersoldShirt Waist Silks Black Brocaded Silk 50c quality spo clal price 27c 10 Pieces of Shirt Waist Silk worth 7Bc your choice 39o per yard 10 Piecta Silk In plaid and lrlped of eels 50c quality special price 2JcV House Furnishings c 2i Yard Lnco Curtain worth 75c spa cial price 48c 3 Yaid Taco Curtains worth 11 special price CSc 3 Yard Lace Curtains 64 inches wide worth 1 160 special price 103- Foot Felt Window Shades only 100 All Linen Shades assorted colors 35o qualityspecial price 2to 7 Foot Blind sell everywhere for 60c this week 3ic When YOU call look at our line of Mat tings Carpets h- 0Mens Hats We haze them in Buckeye Plain and Rough Straw Linen Crash Wool fur Silk Alpine Shapes Stockmens Shapes It IU Shapes and every brook concelvabe iu stiC hat Wo have from 36c jip Dress Goods Our nbulves are stocked with the best of thing in the Dross Goods line Quantity SOME 15 Dinvllle boys earns nvar last night to too the Diadem Lodge Knights of Pythias confer the second rank on Church Ycager which It did In first class style Lt wear the Derby at LouU villa yesterday IOti1 break Jr t e record Florlsar 2d and Thrive thl It was a great race and witnessed by thousands He sold to 2 Lbe other 6 to land 4 to 1 nwp eUv ly lieu It C Warren bad a valuable Jersey cow to die yceterday Iron eatleg white clover He bad ooe kill a few weeks ago that he thought hail bMn bitten by n toad don W T Saunders hM a oral cow which has eaten nothing for a wenk She has broken oil her horns and has otherwise tried to dainuge herself Foil SALRTwo good nick oows Give four gallons pur day each and a One three months old Jersey heifer Mark lIurdlnitThieved stole till of Capt T D Eng lisha shoulders and middlings but wore clever enough to leave him the hams Advocate OP Huffman bought of O B Per klns some butcher stuff at 3i to ale and some hogs of J O Rolnbart at Hc J W Moro daihler for W B Del knap Sr Co Louisville committed sui aide yesterday by shooting Rev A F Cobba meeting at the Central Christian church Lexington resulted In 41 addition Thompson k Brown bought eowrul bunches of hogs In Rockcdslle und East Lincoln at4c Grafton is a new postolllco In Ander son county and A H Hawkins Is post masterMrs Dr J B Owsley has lost eight- cattle from blackleg In the lust few daysG A Swlnebroad sold to a MadUoi county party 000 800pound steers at Bcuzley Bros sold to Thomas Davis of Winchester a gelding for ella Dan Holman sold to IV P Nunnolloy a combined gelding for 800 Richmonds fair will bo hold the soc ond week In July D W Vandovcer lot u tine cow by death last night Tho ancIents believed that rheumatism was the work of a demon within a man Any outs who has ha inn attack of sciatic or inflammatory rhcuinntlsm will egret that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Bairn would cast out demons but It will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear Usthuo ny to the truth oT his statement One Application relieves the pan and this quick relief which It affords is atone worth many times Its cost For sale by Craig Hocker nrugglateI w Quality Style Brightness and Beauty combined with the never neglected low prices nil go to make up tho superb attractions of tilts department All goods are bought direct from Importing broker In tljo East and the middle mans profit are saved you rosy the benefit Gents Furnishings a Flyer Mens Elastic Klblied Drawer 76c everywhere We have 10 dozen only at long as they last they go for 48c 2 Cards of Collar Buttons 6c 25 Dozen Mens Silk Finished Suspenders innntifacturcil to suit Jor 35c spoeUl price 15- cMcni Fancy Seamless I Hose worth 20c special price lOc rozen Socks for48c 10 Dozen He Work Shirts for men worth 40c epeclai price 34o Everything In tho best of Plain end Fancy Shirts Hosiery Suspenders Un derwear Collars and Culls Neckwear OolUr Buttonn Cut Buttnni d c Shoes Misses Half Shoes 12 to 9e iOo quality special price 2Co Indies Black Oifordi 76e quality lilt olal prlcoWo 1 Lot of Lattle Pninplo SJioe worth 1 80 to J5 peoial prico OSo Ladies turned solo shoos ooln toe took tip black or tan woyh f3 special price ilftS Mens tan shoes worth 41 M qteeial price r8c Mena neat dressy black ihoe in lace or congress worth f1110 special price 08c Miens solid loather docfS shoes lace orIcongress worth f1 75 special price 1110 Mens patout leather shoes coin too lace the proper thing for full dress wear worth in thin week only 125fMens plow shoes as an Clothing Wh lira at the top In ibis line Let I f suffice to say we have the largest lOll btIassorted and lowest priced stock in tral Kentucky The proof of Iho pudding is chewing the hag See our line and wo will convince you in few win ales ot the truthfulness of this asetlon Mens black clay woricd pants worth fl6O special price OSc MenH a wool don skin Joans Pants worth II CO special price 7De Boy long Pants in Jeans worth 750 sjMiclal price 430 BoytKneo harts iRe hays sill wool Knee Pants worth Tao Bproial prleo 40e Dont miss a chancy at the big Hoc of nil wool MIIIallte that are wertrf J240 special price II 83- Htinomber we are tOte dlsirlotltora of the coIebrAtod DutiheM Trolettls111 umler it inanoy guarHBln1 i SztLI IPRORST T3 RANEY VG1R Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of NCW rlc New Jersey ORGANIZED IO45 Assets 0911071778 Linbilitica 04810707 tt Stuj1usStifi256032r The Ueat Ilnllef The Ileit Cowpany Annual Dividend IMora MiH yaps ap plleatimiloo for LIU iManmM us- eR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky t titTItoertiicMi Oar Pitliry Holiiers eoeGo 0e o r KJ IIXF Of CLOT IING U J For Ion Boys and CUlldreaeI ODD PANTS K SPECIALTY Sco our Lino of Custom Made Pant At f250 f H K pu pair e lIl E PERKINS a oeeeeoe eeoeeeeeee eeeeeeeeieer For Sale by W B McRoberts Knox Hats I v World Jienowncd 4 We hair thorn In straw just tho right thing 82 and 3 Men still hats at ff anti s Fedora and Crua- licmOTHER FINE BRANDS I We are selling a great many Pearls We will use every effort to please you CALDWELL LANIER DanvilletThe Leading Shoe and Furnist log House of Danvillo I THE INTERIOR JGURM1 1 1 STANFORD KY MAY 4 1900 1 w P WALTON CUATTAN000 AS GREAT SPIUNQ FESTIVAL rLow rates via Queen L Crescent The spring festival to bo hold In Chats tanoojja May 712 promise to bo one of the greatest affair of ltd kind over i witnessed There will hit grand strcoi fireworksimuds and military connection with the street lair to which this year It added a reproduction of the great Worlds Fair Midway IMalsanco replete with entirely new features Ono faro for the round trip from all points on the Qunen ft Crescent between Chattanooga and Lexing ton A visit to this hUtorlc city should not bo mined Thecommltteo In charge Is arranging every possible menus for entertaining the visitors As to further r particulars regarding rates etc call on your ticket agent or Kddrcss O I Mltohell D P A Chattanooga Tennti- W Zol1 D J A I Inelnnatl 0 C lllncarson G P A Cincinnati Ohio TUB CoNPEOEiiATi VKTKUAN Low club rates given with tho INTE nion JOURNAL 1 year each for llftO The growth of tho Confcdorato Voter an published by S Ad Cunningham at 4 2Nasbvlllof Tenn U remarkable Its of 84 Issues monthly aggregated to January 1000 110242 copies Average for 1803 7083 1801 10137 18W 12010 J8W 13444 1597 10176 1803 10100 1800t UO1C Sub for the Veteran will bo rO1 tcalved at this olllcc It and the I oPPIIIJa11I0n JOUHNAt will be sent for a year able to subscribe W P Walton MeeqT- b itt HOT mtUn at Ibh rarr IU U Hi o Irate bit Ibte it it M Me ilfMilnl dtoMMi nI lea hM bee aH M mw In all IH ellalTitMwtk IViis to hlesangIiWrhruntumUMH irmlnMl ro likvn InlMMilr MliiC dlirKlf etas the wJandmeoer Ne +Ithes1eerthere q AMnp tarI be loe4ala nft dla =1M twilrat NLe1a Vy bulMlM wf 1M luc nallla OaiM tM wk Tbo Kos rnI n kavP M w4i Mlh lr lu onllx pwn hat they oar 1DeW uy oIha114t s Meese II ea lN of 1WIwaAII- Msddu t J CIIttNKT a CU Taku 0 NII druntou tar ttlllar4T7 flip are UK htl Christian lifidoavor convention Vas t allle May 111S Low rates to this meeting In effect via Queen A Creaeent- i Kouto from all stations In Kantvoky Every convenience arrapgad for the delegates The very but epeAkera will bo In attendance Ask your tloktt agent for full parlloulars RED ROT TRCK THE GU- NtrrrhaUtya bilO16 War It swatSHIkk allaIIrvIaasslallk Pulsfl thM tiait II11fCnurarth tee vr tg Late BusrMMd 8rtd by rtenr ltrug lt May Musleal FestivalLouisville May HIQODIJ fant for the round trip May 14 16 und morning trains May 10 limited May 17 For further informa tion apply to nearest npcnt of the southern By or connecting lines W II Taylor neat gent putt ant Lou lvilIaICy WO rniHT Ar It nnlM uilchllwt lllHtlli 111 rr- ekledr w IJte 111 ITJT pill h nijir eI InlKif iMBltli nln h rbnw- wblM ti tl into roerlrI- I leiIowa Tsr anndru- lihll l IIAI Hf iiilh OnlfSI tI Silil f I n Low R v KS fit TilE NOItll T iTieketswi in old iIh Monoti roiito from Lnul vllle to role lo Art iina Britt a Columbia Colorado Ira ho Iowa Manitoba Mluhlcan Mnn Bota Mouiii n Nebraska Niv Mtxloo I North UD South Dakota Vtali Wash Incton WsioDln and Wyoming and return atone tare for the roifml trip plus 82 on Tuesday April 17th Half rate for children between 6 and la In oluslva Tlocet good for 21 days returning Pull particulars of your local tlokot agent or cheerfully furnish od twlth maps and eonedulos by II Bacon D P A Louisville KvI3HAVK MEM FALL Victims to tolllllh Ilrr s41iklusy tmbM of UM ia nkadall fd the rwull In lose of ante tolroe In the WIl latmde neresun- h uttthrresrnoneMt tolerl llkethatIlJaen ellue to J s tvntarejuritlealhlnlr JU NI leeIsldl t nun hn run down dunl ciro whether hd ltre or dle It dht snore to lIOIUO new IInglh and gent sp could to r now wt oreeatd IOo SPECIAL RATKS TO WASHINGTON D CThu Cbennpcnko ft Ohio wit dell round trJPJtlckotR to Washington D C May ono faro for tho round trip good returning until fJay Bret on account of tho meeting of tho Mystlo Shrlnors Keep theso dates In your mind If you are going to make a trip East George W Barney dlv pass agent C ft O Hy Lexington A statement by the Vat department shows that from July 1 1608 when American troops reached Manila until April 27 of this year 2250 American olUcora and mon were killed In actionr or died of wounds or disease The grand council of Kentucky Or der of lied Men will moot In Lexing ton May 8tb It is being made manifest to all close observers that the telephone is Imv effectsneon mo the Countrywere not ot first suspected nut the continuing devel opments of this character are of a surprising nature For example few hab its are more Ingrained In the commer cial and business man than that of meeting on change The practice long antedated railroads and has been com mop among all civilized peoples Jut now It would appear that having learned to make extensive use of the telephone while at tide exchange brokers are neglecting business 014 the floor and are transacting it more and more directly from office to ofllce by the telephone It Is sold that this prac tice Is gaining ground to such an ex tent that the exchanges In some lines of trade suffer quite appreciably So much for trade in the bulk It Ialao sold that the cottongrowers are bone tHing by the high prices this year to an unusual extent because of the great er telephonic facilities they ore enjoy- Ing This it true simply confirms the recent statement as to some transac tions in the broom corn district of lilt nets Huyers from outride began to clean up the broom corn nt a tot when telephone official called up the farmers on his system and told them the market was rising rapidly The re suit was that before the reason ended they had soul their crop at 240a ton Telephones would be cheap at any price nnyvthero on such terms and It Is n fact that the value and benefit of the service are not yet by any means appreciated A humorous Incident of the Gulteau trial was recoiled nt Washington a few days whep- Catherine UIII Jones the ago n Jones Aenaerflied It petition for the restraint of her husband an uncouth and rather grotesque looking farmer fanflllnrly known ah Bill Jones the Avenger because while Gulteau was being transported from the courthouse to jail one otter noon during his trial Jones rode up on n slay bank and fired several shots at the iron vehicle with n view of cheating the gallows of its victim I1II1 Jones the Avenger ai he calla himself was mile ted for assault with intent to kill but WM never trlwl nml his notoriety was his ruin for after that exciting Incident ho baa usvor been Able to settle down to work again Md nwenUy has dono nil sorts of queer tblc which eavsMl his wife to ask the court lb look hint up In Ute fanatic asylum where lee will likely spend the remainder of Iris days The Vineland Kan Weekly Vlae throws off this little dab of neighborly appreciation of MO of IIA townsman One of the plwMntest sights we have bad In this town in a long time was the art tall taaoHor In vvhlohJohn Qrtfln of Lawrence buried IHH Kruf et1 who dlel since or lost Issue Mr Grlflln had his trade at hit fingers ends and he handled our dead citizen with an tightly that was startling in its orig inality He was ovwywhore nil the tliii wepjiinjf with the nlleled widow ll6ciiHing weather prospeots with the farmers mid ttollelting business from the other attendants at the funeral tpbusinesstag for home he subscribed for this Brent tamil weekly paying a year In iiitiiiiff hence this puffI taxestilea an fiutioned at the door of tle aiidiiirj liIt well as at the doors pubiheavy penalty U Impiixd on hunks and Urge manufacturing enterprise for failure to pay taxes at the proper time In order to escape this penalty and to prevent their money from fall lag Into the hands of the wrong persons this money Is placed In the State Dank of Kentucky and an injunction is then issued preventing either party to the controversy from collecting till funds One of the unique Institutions of Kansas City is Slate Line street Kansas City U located on the border line between Missouri and Kansas occupy ing n liberal stretch of territory In each side of trIO boundary The JIU sour state laws prohibit gambling within Its borders wltllo Kansas Is famed for Its prohibition lawsAchoice army of gambling rcsor the north tilde of State Line street which Is located on Knnsni soil while the opposite side of this thoroughfare in thin state of Missouri Is made up chiefly of snloonsj A few weeks ago n raffle was hold In Eureka Ran in aid of the local braes band and one of the prizes offered was a marriage license and u free wedding ceremony This was won by Henry Iennlngton aged 04 years who at once proceeded to limit up a bride A few days later he appeared before the pro bate judge with Itebccca Smith Aged 57 nnd the two were made one In a New Jersey town a man has des clined a nomination for alderman be cause all the other members of the common council are Germans and tier man Is the only language spoken at the meeting i IWith the Sayalre Uaoliclor- I there 1lIomo talk of em ploying women as census enumera tors said the Sweet Young Thing la her smoothest tones Good Idea said the Savage Bache lor to her great astonishment Do you really think so Yes I do If there is anything on earth a woman is fit for it Is tho bust ness of finding out about other peoples affairs Didnt think 1 would agree with you did you Indianapolis Press Jar n Family now many children had George Washington asked the teacher thinking to trip up the new boy in his history About 3000000 promptly an swered tho new Joy who knew sonic thing concerning the statistics of the period when the Father of Ills Coun try was nt the head of the family Chicago Tribune An Iiul r o Ilnmorlil Teacher How many of my scholars can remember the longest sentence they ever read hilly1ieaee mum I cnn Teacher Whatl Is there only one Well William you can tell the rest of the scholars the longest sentence you ever rend Bits Hilly Imprltonment for lIleTIt Xo Other War When you showed him his letter to Irene said Maud in which he said the same things about you he had said about her how did he get out of it How did he get out of It echoed Mabel He evaporated EvaporatedYes upChicngo Trib une Oetllnir Itriilr- UMy beau said ten yenr old Iucy Is going to be an admiral Is lie in the naval academy asked her sympathetic aunt 01 no replied the little woman lies too young for that yet but hes having an anchor tattooed on his arm Philadelphia Truss A OerCnlnt Mrs Wlntcrbloom feel botternow that Ivo snubbed that Jonas woman Mrs Pelerkln Do you think It dis turbed her Mrs Wlnterbloom O tea Why she toll a friend of mine that she didnt not Ice It nt all Bazar A Mor tflnir Iaat- I wish I had stayed away from that fortunotoller Didnt DUO promise you a prosper OIlS and pleasant future Yes but silo toM wo I had an ends who blew out the gat =Detroit Free Press Altai Why dont you go to our old restau rant any more I loft my overcoat there Well Is that any reason why you shculd keep away Ah but I took a better one with moI Y World To Conquer or Die Theres hereto Mm and valor There U courage In hie eye lint his Qhe kbow elgnaet palter As he out her tint mince pie Harlem IJfo- TlltlHU AllU JIACHPTIOXS Hut my dear husband it really Is very unjust of you to abuae mothers Inlaw so there are good ones Well well never mind havent said anything against yourft Its enly mine Im grumbling about The Cigarette Only rixtnnnllon Yes said the gift ii blue he has naked me to marry him lndeec1r returned thotfirl in gray In a tOlliof evident astonishment Well I never Relieved in hypnotism before Ohlongo 1ost A Ichcefnl Uxlntcnce- Jlra Stylos What is n hermit dearMr SlyloB Why a hermit Is man who doeint have to buy a dozen bqn nets a yorir for Ills wlfd Yqnkors Statesman KIMMVH fart of tho 1roccm Did you over visit a maple sugar camp Xoj but I once worked In agrocory nnd helped put in the sand Chicago Hccord RnRReetloliS- cribblerI wish I knew some way of making myself popular with the pub lieDauberYou might stop writing novels X Y Journal Soiiivtlilutr entirely New De Cynlque What n beautiful complexion Mrs Gay body line Cnustlqne Yes thats something new the druggist hasnt had it over a week Town Topics Conoliutre Proof PercyI wonder why we say that love is blind- CJernlttDecuulle we so often see a pretty girl fall In love with some other man Chicago Inter Ocean Tho free town lIba9onti of the best educational gilts nine Free Townteenth century to the world bide lair LtbrarleeIn the twentieth rentury to become still more than it Is now a stimulant to intellectual progress Collections of books for tho scholar and the rich there havo been from the earliest times but a II brary belonging to tho whole commu nity rich and poor learned and Ignorant laborer and professional man is purely n product of the last half century Fifty years ago saysYouths Companion there were about a score in Massachusetts Today all but seven of her 3S3 towns have a tree brary In the whole country there are not less than 10000 such libraries Dut a mere collection of books with out a faithful librarian however valuable is like an undeveloped mine practically of no use The town brarian is like the library Itself a product of the closing century and has become u new intellectual in the community The mini leaderI responsible only for his congregation the teacher for her scholars tho doctor for his patients the employer for his workpeople The librarian knows no distinction of sect ago condition or occupation Through the help which he gives sermons are better teachers more stimulating doc tors more skillful The idle schoolboy becomes an eager student and the ins Senor mechanic an intelligent artisan Through his aid reading clubs coun teract the bad influence of sensational newspapers and poor novels Interest in local and national history is los tered ahd a discerning love awakened for the manifold variety and beauty of field and forest life A dispenser of light the faithful librarian is an earnest seeker after light We know of no body of men and women more zealous in endeavoring to perfect themselves in their chosen profession Their reward comes in such testimony as was given by the teachers of n Maine city We could not teach without the library Senator Dcpow estimates that fully onehalf of all charitable efforts are productive of more liann than good They increase pauperism and encourage paupers to remain paupers The worst form that charity can take la when it pauperizes the recipient The estimate of onehalf of all char ity being evil may seem startling possibly it in exaggerated If true It is still no argument against a contin uanco of charitable effort Not less benevolence Wit more discretion In manifesting it is tho rule suggested Tho oharlty that encourages selfhell is always good ltadies ShoesPatent Leather Vici Kid- Turned Soles Welt Soles- SLIPPERS Patent Leather Vici Kid OXFORDSTwo n One Strap Two Strap Vesting Tops Panel Tops Kid Tops c Heels and- Spring Heels Prices from 1 to 3 All Newest Styles No trouble To show them At t H J nicROBBRTS J A ALLEN c CO Contractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY lIavo now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow lIne Flooring Cell In jf floors Bash mind and all klndvnt Droned and Hough Timber Shingle aud steel Pooling cust Ioitfc Ac VO make estimates un any kind wanted Office opposite Ur Lr16 Cooka Columbus Buggy Cos Bug e gles Also Troyand Moyer Makes Call and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR I The licit Liver Kidney and yearsliesCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation BiliousnessvOhronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a TorpldJLivei DOES NOT HATTSBATEJ OR GRIP3S I But scfa gently on the liver 2i doses In a box for 25c Try It once and you will l never be without itIFar Salo by W B McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the moat uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re cently equipped with the marvelous AlllUltl mal Lenses tho new discovery In optics science I to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very Latest Designs it jYIouldi gs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among the lot is thj New French Fleur De Lis moulding specially for suitable nollcato pictures Embroiderer Mats French Water Colon and all pictures that reo dulro a dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and get Our prices We will save you money1I Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky tu aaSoeote eolslu e otlsvAAVERY LOW UATE3 VIA THESOUmHERN fR Ra MAY 29 30TII 1900 During the Confederate Rounion at Louisville tho Suuihein RUlwny will make a rate of Ic per mile traveled in oocli direction making raise to Louisville and return M follows Prom 8170 Jnwr ncebur Jlo Georgetown 5155 Mldwa fl ii1flaketAlso reduced rates from eultlons on Louisville S Atlanlld n It Queen Crescent Ilputo and all points South in connection therewith and front other stations on tho Southern Pnilwrnv not named above at similar reduced rate of Ic per mile traveled r 20 per mi o round tri- pConvenient Rain Service and Best Accom modatjons Paebcngore for Louisville via Tin Southern Hall8 arrive nt Seventh street Union Depot within one hock of the Confederate Veterans Amphitheatre For tickets nr other information apply to nearest agent of Southern Railway 04 connecting lines Correspondence solicited Address W A TURK G P A Washington D f ca An 10 trails crcty wctfe Liy 4 trilrvt on Sunday To WM H TAYLOE Zi A G P A Louisville Kyf 3rd AnnualFestival 12 1900 One Entire Week ORIENTAL CARNIVAL FLOWER FETE FIREWORKS MUSK ANDMILITARY GoaANDP IIWAYHALF FARE INDIANAPOLIS ON ALL Four FastTrains TO ChattanoogaTenn MAY 7io E TH- ERAILROADS Toledo Deirctf AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS WVR 4 tame tvtrj weekday 3 trams on Ivllmanandltaguerskepers on night trellIs Vcsibueil Parlor Cstagn dry train = 4 trAin every SunJayTo3 tr liu on GHlcAriJti trains Standard sad Compartment LcstllJulal laror Cars auu Car4 Diuldg Cats i Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Shakeapearea deierlptlon Ate thou sends women are crow del sickly nervouss burden to themselves and their famllle Their likeUtthere U a remedy They cantle i IMCELREES Wine of Cardui It health to the womanly meansLtpoweriJ ing and disease have shattered Itis fr the most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealth druggistsForfat directions address giving symp toms The Ladles Advisory De partment The Chattanooga Medi dime Co Chattanooga Tenn BET J W SMITH Camden Co- 71IoMJ wlJ used Cardul at home few fa111n the womb elm It eaurelyeurod- a I ar WANTS=t tWalnut Logs Lumber and Trees Address O O MEXOEL JH S DUO CO LLonlsvl1lr Ky LUTES CO T LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Kyis llaveon had 7O Good Grazing Tlelfr ore In three mllet of Stanford Will tell any number a man may want 1e 1 3 BICYCLES REPAIRED fMosti complete Bicycle Store In Central 0 Kentucky Wo any break In a Bicy cle Workmanship Ouurantoed DANVILLR CYCLE CO f 115 3rd St Danville Ky i t Produce And Junk Wanted We have located in Stanford for the purchase of i F Cblckeni Hide Wool Feather Ulcteng and the like For Machine Cut Iron we pry per hundred tore cut iUc for Bone too per hundred stage and the hlghett nib pries arr JlraaeCoppr8e Our office and bop are on De lot tit two doors from Main Krlng in your Pro and cttonr price f tduee STANFORD PRODUCE C- OJUoIdandJ UlckolC f tPaper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your pRinting I will save you money I will paper and put it on the wall from lOc up In other f words I will sell you paperItcheapas you can buy It In town at 5c per r bolt I will do painting In proportion All work guaranteed J J s Stanford Ky t THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky ITlIe mOst centrally located and only IFJeSTOLASSIHotel In the city a 2 RATEr yne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all pub o tfie City Everything neat and clean IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI maysemiuonadentlaI free Oldest for tem shrouds rece- iveSckntiflc raleDtI talten b entnp not WUbont the- La HmcrkaH t hn4tollleltllutraW weekOWernsnof an er1fourmonthiIL tI a 3BtSro1daar New ynrk 8laDJOltt Yitlvarbngtonla r SLAVE AND SAINT t 41 fIyOUD not ltd nil that of a scoun drel Crawford said Tom Downing after a minutes hcsltatio during which he looked solemnly at his friend Crawford Sands spent that minute in shrugging his shoulders and looking elsewhere He wore an ey glass Tho thing helped him in mo met t like this The word scoundrel may bo v rlously defined old chap 1 ho salt after a further pause By men who arc scoundrels ncI cording to tho common meaning the wardonly by them Crawford Thanks Well Im off to meet Vln ny Shes coming down from town this morning I think I told you I hope youll help with tho boat tbls afternoon Crawford said Tom Dawning do be plucky for your sisters sake Tho two young men faced eaeI1 other and it seemed for a roomer as if the reckless expression wa about to flit from the eyes of Crass ford Sands But he conquered the bet ter impulse Look here Downjng he said Jt neednt make the least difference to you You can make lore to Vinny just the same and shell marry you fad enough whenever you like to ask her or I dontBut with a rush of crimson to hi tanned cheeks Tom Downing inter Tened Thatll do Sands be said quiet ly Its my turn to say Thanks Then he left the room and the house and it wasnt until he rat against Carruthers of Balliol that he realized he was hatless lie bought a cap in one of the shops and got Into a boat and had a paddle nil to himself And while he paddled be thoughts Was It true that Vlnny Sands would marry him fast enough whenever etc Tho idea thrilled him Yet what was the use ot toying with the sweet hope in the present circumstancesHere at Oxford fighting for a degree with tho world to fight aft erward and only n hundred a year to my name Also to some extent I have poor Crawford wild ways on my soul If1 had looked after him better lIe would never have got mixed up with that fast Dunlaco lot And to mend it all I want Vinny Sands After this reflection he rowed more furiously still and so it wasnt per haps wonderful that by end by he was to be seen trotting back to the rooms he shared with Crawford Sands dribbling Thames water onto the pavement from several parts of him Anyhow he had managed to save from a watery grave that young counter Jumper whom in his mad career he had so un fortunately spilled It was thus that he shook hands with Vinny Sands on the landing of the lodging house There was trouble In her pretty eyes but It vanished quickly at the sight of himCrawford Sands laughed at the wet clothes Ill tell you what it means Vln be said Tom tried to drown himself be cause I hinted that you were engaged to that Capt Whatahta name but he thought better of it in the nick of timeCrawford cried Vinny Hes the same old featherbrain Miss Vlnny murmured Tom warmed by the reproach In the girls voice and the glorious color In her face And then he went off to get presentable for luncheonAfter by special request the brother and sister were left alone It made Toms heart ache to think of this orphaned girl of oneandtwenty years thus tackling the position of debt and disgrace which confronted her brother of 22 But it was worst of all In the morn IngThere was no Crawford at the breakfast table Tom and Vinny sat to the meal together and when It was over the girl explained things He has committed forgery Mr Downing and I have persuaded him to leave Oxford at once He will live it town I believe I told him I was sure you would do what was necessary to to sell his books and things and mid Then she broke down and before Tom quite knew what he was doing he bad taken the girl In his arms and tvas comforting her as if she had been its own bravo little sister This however could not last With miserable little smile Vinny at ength freed herself Yes shq confessed being urged love you very much Tom So much thatbut its no use talking Please to go off to your lecture now By md by perhaps However there was no such by and yy for Tom Downing The brave little Vinny just left him a note to greet hIm at luncheon There wns no room In her life for love at present Crawford responsibilities were all absorb Ing1IwB11n vain that Tom Downing took train to London the next day mid itormed the Bayswater boarding ore Vinny had left bag and baggage the previous evening Rather more than five years after he bad thuslost Vinny Tom Downing went under doctors orders to St Leonards lie was paying the penalty of the mod rate literary success the demands upon his brain had resulted In nervous jreakdown The first house at which he ap plied for rooms could not accommo late him but the landlord suggested bat be should try next door He did sothe name on a brass plate Mrs Wills was as good or as bad as any other name Here he was invited in tide while the maid servant sought information for him The room ho was in had an unusual air of refinement But all In an Instant Tom como near staggering for on the mantelpiece was his own portrait hi the Oxford days and by its side Crawford Sands por trait also Ho was still absorbed in his hearts palpitations when the door opened and a matronly woman ap peared What brings that here lIe asked so fiercely that the good woman stared at him He pointed at his own portrait Really sir I believe It is the late 2Ur Wills she replied almost fright ened by his face- Nonsensel My name Is Downing It is my photograph said Tom when 1 didnt wear a beard Are you not Mrs Wills Oh no lam the housekeeper Mrs Wills Is in London She and her broth er are returning this evening The other gentleman is her brother Then Tom fancied he understood the situation So he lied found Vinny at last She was a boarding house keep erher early experience at Bayswater was being turned to account She had married changed her nature altogeth er and was now commonplace mer cenary Lndn widow I was told you wanted rooms sir Inquired the woman breaking his rev erieShall I stay or shall I not be asked himself He decided that he would He was very bitter that day Mrs Wills had not come home at dinner time He ate his own dinner and stared at the sea So Master Crawford was nearly a qualified medical man be bad ascertained that What n change must have been wrought in him also He must have gone to the hospitals al most as soon as he disappeared from OxfordIt while he was thus staring at the sea that he saw Vlnny herself and Crawford walking toward the house WHAT unmas THAT HEner Ill meet them They shall hove their pleasant surprise as sharp as possible he said But he timed the meeting rather badly The fact is lie lost his way In the house which was a large one and ere he was at the bottom of the stain he heard VInnys voice exclaim Oh Crawford dear It must be Tom what ever shall t do Yes its Tom sure enough Mrs Wills said Tom Downing from the stairs He meant his tone to be at least commonplace Then with the sweetest look of sadness and appeal that was ever on a hUe man face Vinny sobbed out Ob Crawford and fainted in her brothers arms The young doctor smiled oddly Its nil right Mrs Craig he said to the housekeeper Dont you worry Leave us alone Lend a hand Tom Downing if you will condescend so for Tom did condescend It thrilled him merely to touch the girl site looked a girl still in spite of all and his heart was wild as he gaze at her on the sofaCrawford did what was necessary and then turned to his old friend Shell get around In about five min utes now he said By George what a situation And he laughed Is there anything comical In it naked Tom angrily Bather old man That girl there Is a living lie Look at that ring on her linger There never was any such per son as the Mr Wills it indicates She married him for my sake old chap Wouldnt have been proper to run the lodging house else she did Shes slaved and slaved between her duty to tier customers and what she calls her duty to me Talk about your medieval taints theyre not In it with her And now oh lorl Just the one thing has happened that she prayed nightly I believe mightnt happen youve turned upl Does she detest me so much asked Tom lamely Xo the other thing old fellow And so if you would clear out quickly shes coming round Jfow then Downing what are you up to But Tom was on his knees byVln nys side and was pressing her hands to his lips and when she opened her eyes It was to look into his eyes She called her poor little deception an amazing crIme but so did not Tom whoso nervous breakdown left him prom the moment when Vinny empowered him to summon Mrs Craig and nform that good woman that the boarding house might on certain easy conditions be transferred to leerChl ago Herald Her Lead They sot and held hands all the veningeIIow silly Oh I dont know You linn to In whist Philadelphia Bulletin Cc0 SCENIC PLAYING CAKD We have just received a DOW lot or scenlo playing card Each card bas an exquisite engraving ot a bltof cen cry along the line oDd there aro 53 ttu fercnl scenes Similar cards can DOt be bought for less than 81 per pack The denominations arc shown In wan letters nnd futures lo tho cortura 10 that persons who do not plav cards cnnI arrange them In croups nnd framo them making very pretty picture l Send JOe In cash or stamps to cover Goat and postaeu and a deck will hI mailed to your nilJrof Gcorga W Harvey DIv Pass Agunt Luxlngto Ky U1LLI01ZS Q1VEJI AYAY Itiicrrtulnly critlfylnglolbe publIc to know of ono rnncvrn In the latvl are rat frall1 to tgeneronttuth newly anil tnffcilDC The iroprli lora of Dr Kings Sew lUtaatrry rCoituiupllu Cough anj lice given away orrr ten million trial tattle oMbligmU rutollaior and liv rlltn of It btt Cu1 AIIII1Ilrunrbllla1lIIfsad UIBU arc turr cured by n tall Ieuoy Uru 1ltI Mil Rt a free trial sonic lit ul r 10 fl Ktrry bottle guarauiwd or pile refunded LouUvUlo le making great prepai utloos for the inuslofceitval May BIO Sembrlcb Nordica Leonora and Jack eon aro the start PUK LIC SALE A FINE RESIDENCE And Building Lots ON TUESDAY MAY 22 190C I will oflrr at public gale on the prfmlw Inle with land dJutalnll IlIulft lag ianmr IhebouMlaan excellent lirle and cut dot nlidlnc of U mom fronted with lacy with teMwllaled mirble Door large puree hath room water cleat line dry r llirt slid hu argebatu and all other Dry oulbulldlng Un sad hot sod cold water throughout Ib haute a dalaoslargeoever and two toot rCalllnjrnnll ldern Tb ant bealthni tatlou with tine lawn too knowu to itrd description With the he iu U 3530 FaOHT FEET OT LOTS V good depth aaingeu attests and all within tire OKTtn minutes walk of lbebuiiD pert of tows In the rut few jars over 30 handsome riwl lean have teen built on limit facing lhle prop rut have h1I lfu1ofl n for stogie tat MI now r whole Capital rat lad no atfrr or were preflaWeIerctlmeat Tenut liberal m d known en day f tale iuim at aoy lint e prior IIle by ealUrgeaoreJdmlBC J II Otter erne 0 N K TlSIS Heal Kittle ft tUoTllle Kr OKLAHOMA A che tnutatMllionmeaguring lOj rand anll weighs 1500 poundi Is a botto of I1ne cnirlnge and perfect in ditpotltlon He will be shown in Stanford next lonrt Day- Oklalruma will make the season at m1 borne on the Hales Welt Road two mile South of Stanford it 10 to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand my ja- ckBTJID QT 6 TO INSURE Bud Is by Billy B of Wincbettnr that bill never been beat In a show ring E E PATTEES01T Stanford Ky TilE FRENCH COACH STA- LLIONQD5SI liralilerrd In Frtcch Coach thud nook of Auier a ho 2137 sun In Itepublkue Krancalw Hral- NtloauK Nat 111 the lIt pile at tile Nstlorl Untvergal EXlOOIlilon In Yw7 oromledegwfth over Imported b11 II Tlcbner Co Chicago In man Color lJiy with small ttarMtck nolntti sal 4 hand high el ht lnworklngonler ITJ pound Koaled on April Rml by Leuteland of Contllluae of ubertTill IV rartmtnt of Lamirchi tlrol by the Terniunt Franw dent Cbalmantl ny If Unt tnt d1O by lttolu loa Ac ac QUill dlgre can he traced back fur over two centuries Ulnallif froinacrota of the pure Arab sires fat ancient sadd- leesdiufulaeksrslst OU VMI will tike Ihe present neawnof lie at farm miles from Stanford on the Uuiiontlll pike at 110 the Seuon Money Due When services are tendered or 15 to Insure A Urine Colt blares kept at per week Per Mnd attention given but no ropoutlblllty fur tc ddea r Linn DORSEY GOLDDUST Xo I20M The producer of flne rod sad Eastern ax that are now In demand at good ritestill itke the season At 110 to insure a Living Colt ROSCOEA good Mule Jack will stand at t7 to Inure s llv Ing cult JerSey Bull Pedros Great Hopes No tired by Old Pedro that cod J10 000 and hi ultin a I71U and Spa cow with ant calf one of lire that won the aweep tak prito at World 1lr with Old 1edrn beadlnK the herd one of ill lOauf honors Will servo cuwa at 55 each money due when aerrlc It rendered with return prlti l1Ie Cow kept at Wo per week Iemmal alien Ilollllren but not for acclde l HItFiliSrsrE- oRiXvHERO will stand thittln Jack at my ttoble IL More Kyat i5 to Insuro A Living Colt fle la a fine breeder und torn of hit colts told hlghj lilt year He la by Abraliam AI the allle and place will stand toe noted lack JUMBOIlf Is a coming yar eld black with white points tU hands high large round feet cal heavy bone style Dd action and a sure foal getter Ills cull both by mere anti Jeunctt will be due from April loon up Will inn J at 10 to Insure t lrrlnK Colt Was tired by Vulcan ho 0lId Alexander lot dam by Proctor Knoll he bJ- John Slma Jack he Superior 31ammotbl itorerce Illlli the b Mammothiron taken to relent accidents but not responsible IOCCllr WA Ono lied Wilkes heel cull ptriiiUled to eerie a few rare grail V U KINt MnaiiLAXi Ky GALTON 12910 tnIOPAIII RICIITKntI Slrol by lambelta Wi lira of lIuln etleiat Ulll 1utluo 3aili cud M other- smesmnL In tItdam Daisy Kiefd trMnlnu of Alice Wltk 21110 Alcalla at two year otl title sireof6xinLIanti of the dams of M III JMor belter Second dam QaiekaipbeKatuekylrtnee- eireofj Jr Q and of the dIR llwn In the lilt Third dam by Old Joe tlr of the data of J JITOUtbelta Wilkes ton and daughters here W In the 210list Dilloua llreall fait anti good looker and Ilff iM all the way fruit Silo toiluOatfaa yea fail Ilete greuthnwbar hlmMf anti h len tetlrd In bow clues Hn will stand at my ttabU two miles west silo tonollle on the Hradfurdttlll pike at 10 to Insure n Live Colt H I oliO llmtonf lite Ky English Hunter rCombined tray italllon It hand hljhl both bind ankles white Sired by AnrujUAH MtfKK urii First dam tho William Ln k tajiltc mate by navy Crockett son of Dcnnya Drcnnoi by ImpDrennon Sntl dam by Hlghlande- Atxlatlab Messenger sire of Kngllnh lint ter U by Messenger Chief alto oOIani Messenger 11181 EnplUH lltinter lime proven to he the lw lire of fine lllaO and high styled ddle hone In till country 4 I will stand KnglUli Hunter tho season Of IMOat my stable tour mike from Bunfori on Crab Orchard pike at S10 to Insure a Uvina Golt Money duo when colt U fouled or mat partad with A C DUNN StnnforU ABOTH 10016 Slaadinl Itule a fl esnl 315 Slrrl- Valiln jkaia 2IM tire A Ulllnde 717a naay Mhert In the lilt WaWosbtw XaMk ire a ton ef UMe Wakes all lint its Tlnl by larnger IHtroe IM MB Itamldetebtan std sin of Rhine t2I the 01 Urialoo JMfllof renrtl Ml Seam daw Ilea sitter to Jame Howeil Jr toy lambleteclan 18 ale of ieatr Mty Third slant Sisal Nayrebyluny Clay 41 Mr ClUbe data ot1 JuManUHj IWlne21 Dd II other tbtt hu pruluredl0trolleraalm d tb dam of Eltdlocnr Fourth data by Liberty ton ol Lanes by Amcr ran t llpt- SIITB NaUlh It a Uy IS hand high ilerune M UA Ilia pedigree eonlalnt bknl of IItiubleU laall mrWUk i MttuUIno Wakes 11UI Jr and Hairy Clay 7111 Stud At 115 to Insure a Living Colt wtllaatnoebargefucseason lUbe Nil prowl ot la Iw ttlablc at suing tin I will also hand two Juki at JS t- cIntut Marc ra1 at tl per month whisk la all rue suit be paid Wore they are taken away Car hn to prevent accidentt but nol mpontlblt Uould any occur J UAUdHMAK Hinomllle Ky Eagle Bird The mighty yon of the great King agle Eagle Illrd ae a chow avnlllon him but few quads He won the 500 slake at Lcxtng too defeating some of the pro Steal ortcd that Kentucky has ever produced Eagle Illrd as a sire of good horses U not surpassed lfis colt are In demand and see for high rlcw either for butlnca or breeding pur eWill make the preterit season at tho stable of hits owners z mile writ of Stanford on tho Shelby City pike at the low price of J10 To Insure A Livlna Colt acting with the snare forfeit tliolniurnnce Also nt the same place wo will stand the One mtiloJaok SWEET WILLIAM At 17 to insure No better mule Jnck will be offered for public service than title onto For further particulars address E P WOODS 8 SONS Stanford Ky Fled Squirrel Jr No N H a rown Stallion S hand high sired ed Squirrel No he by llluck tlulrrel o t dam b Green Mountain dllm by Oriiy Eaglo thoioughbred Thl hone has proven hlinnnlf to bo of thu heal breeders of fancy hornet III lien Icky always giving them tinn ulzo and a lenty of action ton of lied fqulrre iealred moro good horses than this one- Ille will make thus ML80n nt our itulilo In at iio to Insure a Live Colt Mono duo when colt is fouled or maro U urted with HEAXLEV HHOS- Utunford Ky DOUBLE STANDARD Will tusk tae teaJlln of one mile North of inTillooii the Lexington pike at 12 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT by clack Stnlrrtl 88 lit dart Lucllelby OKwtllJackaon Jr dim Jtrae inild lot dam Iliiiurd thoroughbred JIIark tuuald by JlllOODcI IHnulrk fa Bwnewal- lckon locklpur SWnawIlJackson Jr by M he by Denmark 61 Double SIadlnlb llSJi hind high btautllul oorrcllojl td lu ISJI Uliu fllie lane and nnUh and will itrtct attention In any company la one Black ulrrela very teat ions ands f ill brother to Ken icky KloKt28 wnu oldfprllioUM aa uugalled roturaxe fiirnUhed at ft r month Care taken to prevent accident but nut responsible should ocrur retained on colt to secure Iod service II WEI8UIEU INVILLKKT rJ39OO tJ 1 At tho Warren ItIleJlltablra Ills St Dauvllln Ky 11 PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Bolld flay with black polntn 15 j hands foaled In fhtHay Stallion sired Mainbrlno Legrand 07 by Highland Chief- lat t Duin by Son of Peters Hnleorn- 3d JAb by Downing liny Miwucngor r 1ahlwpremium at lire wards Ht lllilimond winning tho thus puree of II 000 for tho bet combined stallion In tho t Ute and nftorward at tho grot St Louts Pale whrte ho won Ant prize over the boat horses In the United Suite aleo at Kuikx Otiy where ho again defeated the llOIt horse all comes In t gwrcpxtako rixlilbltloti Tho aNivo a grout thowlng after winning all of tho first vrlre In lien tuoky 1rrntou will mako thlleouo at f11 to Insure Men retained on all clta until oJhonl PAUL call on or addros5 O T SANDIDOR Danrllle Ky tTrardera Itot Slotk Karw mar ShUy citx KY Sing David 1442 101 II Combined itallloo daik chritnut with a Irlpe In Gooawhlu tool full It band sad wth steely IJUO utidi- fclrej by King Squirrel 5 Ma of Mack Sqelr rel lit dint by Stonewall Jaekwo Jr lod dam by pay irsenger sd darn t y young Charley MortbMd Will Taste the MWD of IIML SIO to Insuro a Living Colt Wllltlo itan4tb btg- lckEMPEROR 27 rlly lUternor Wood M Data Miss Mob M Thick ItbwhlUiwlBU IH Limit high tad wttgti IIVlpOdBlU Will tcneal rte for JCOMU cad 11 let Mtrtitn j jllend Call sad eiawlo NIMk awl if wkly tMr mlito wtttrb show lr ttaadvss I S TJCVia Shelby sits Ky I IBDBNSBURG8787 ItMtnl 326H trltl rtt Che lnm tW1lw1Ml- sad4 high bred ky Dr L lire Uilol Ky By Mambrlno Patchon 68 JI1I of IS of the dam1 BCHB tUlfk Vtlke S09i Craved Contttntln tItS- JIII J UJi Acouthive tlrt over IW lhN Variety dent ot VJfni high t1aq MIo Orange 15wa 71x t13 dell by Ulddltlowp lea tlrtollland this diwtofU In 2M run ol UmWtttIan J dens by Tiumpera Ull tuuder- RANGE Lll8lOM 21ft site orc1rlfjlcbIIISJi Ubl other and tbdamaol lied Hlnwmi M4K rbyMlddlelownl dam Netll lust des OraDIlllld 211 H by American Star II At Will Stand at 10 to Insure a Living Colt 7111 Alto Stud A Juk at TJ Inters imy ttall on tbe Nomeitet pile Dear Clan ford The premium Saddle and llarnec Stallion M 8 BAUCHMAN J j IIay a i sung that wonderful tyle characteirUtlc of the Chester Dare family which the world cknowlodgr n superior to all As n bow rllutatlonInningtarllnfr many blue rice In his rearold form lie tookIC13 Blue liroURh Central Kentucky In harnrflllloIIlIvry ityllth with great ulto ipvrdy both In harness and under uddlo bellove tho public now nf jrded nn op vrtunlty lo secure tho service of the corning young utalllon of tho day at a Irlco within reach of all ilrlpg a claim of coltN when matured that will toll readily on our KnMorn market ut fancy priced him to fully npprcclute IKDiotiEc sired by thin famous Chester are No 10 N S II U baby Hlock Hiulr IngWilliamhe by dalne Denmark 01 and ho br Mace lorao Denmark K S by ImK rtod fledge rd1st ham Itrilo by Welchmont No lseb7iedlk I ht dam laullnu Almont ortdllID by AbxlMlah Messenger 3d by Vlrloontl Ills dam Thoroughbred 0111rWill mako the oaaon of IWO nt Lawn OIK furu 2J4 mlles Wet of I y on llradfordnvlllo k Iluatonvllla pike t15To Insure A Live Colt tree lradtrl or parted with forfeits Incur nncc and money becomes duo at time Kuch nan nellon Marca from a distance bePIttru led will receive my personnl intention but I am not roiponalblo for accidents or- elc41o C C CARPENTER LBVELAWDJr Thhllne lark will wake the season ol 1000 emiriii laity HoraM Withers farm near IIIU- furd and w11 servo mare at 7 to Insure a Living Colt YhaDdline breeder lie was bred by K Ili Hallard of edison the noted breeder of floe Jacks and be roaouncea him onenf the finest In the unlrIOne or his cults la liableIt Ky t Danville Kentucky- COMMENCEMENTS Arc right in sight and we want to furnish you with the sheer white fabrics which you will need 1Vo carry decid wily the largest und most varied line in Central Kentucky loin have several lines of sheer fabrics at reasonable prices which are confined to us Wo will he glad J to show you them over our counters If you cant como write for sans plesFRENCH ORGANDIES 08 inches wide at lOc 50e jOe 7ficuntUk Too well known to need any further mention FRENCH LAWN This fabric is to bo had only from us in Central Ky It is a boautifl silky finish as sheer as organdie but is a reg ular Wash Goods It is 48 inch at J5c 50c GOc and EveningllrassBATISTE DE LOPERA This is a leader with us It is not so sheer as organ die but is sheer and washes perfectly and docs Welt thicken in washing Wo have this in 512 inch at 25c BOo H5c JOe and 50c In 10 inchat DO and 48 inch at lOc j FRENCH NAINSOOK Some times sold as nParis Muslin a sheer glossy finish material 48 inch at 50c Hue und 75c IBVcollent for wear t SWISS MULL An old time favorite very thin but washes wt lj Prices 25c 80c J5c 40c and 50e i PERSIAN LAWN Irrhin told sheer and suit finish All grades from Iftc to 50c INDIA LINENS Bost values any where nt 7c to 26c yard Stock was bought 15 months back at lovrost prices Would cost one third moro now AYo also have full linos of Linen Lawns I Linon Cambrics Mulls Mtisnlius Nninsooks Long Cloths Dotted Swiss u tutu it will pay you to buy Vliito Goods from us- Allovcre AIIoversy in Embroidery Embroidery and Lace All Lace Lace nnd Tucks Einforoiilury and Tucks All Tucks Puf flags und Cut Out Allover Price front SOc to 5 yard frontjI dd e Locos of every grade and width Edges and Insertions I to match Ribbons of all kinds hose in white blast ant fancies Kid Gloves in White anti Colors at 1 and 125 bost qualities possible at price Pulley Belts in ribbon ant J loather Neckwear in all latest sllapea Flats in white and t colors lOco to 2 Handkerchiefs from oc to U ISUmmer Woolen Goods White nod Pastel colored woolen dress goods are and will bo mil demand nil Summer Wo hue wool crepe dn chcno in white and colors at 1 Also Yonitmns Cloths Horiettas Bedford Cords Crepes Grenadines c from 75c to 3 SpeciaIsTie Ladies pure bleached ribbed vests taped neck und 1 tupcc1IIfarms 25c Ladies sole lice- and toe JJJJjc Ladies lace lisle lioso Peerless black double sole heel raid toe P722 dDANUILLE KENTUCKY Q THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 4 1900 u E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUE beet materials combined with carol skill and acouraoy Insure good te No methods are over PennyUruPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP J II Iuan of Plttsburg was down yesterday MRS II O RUPLEY Is visiting relatives In DaavlllapMRS R Somerset Is with hor parents hero MRS W O tWEED went to Louis villa yesterday morning MRS ALICE YOUNG of Lancaster Is with Mrs S M Owens MR AND MRS A M IENcE returned yesterday from Roachdalc lad LrrrLEMIss MAUD PtfrmiN is visit log her grandparcnta In Garrard MRS A E HUNDLEY of Boyle has been very sick butts improving DEN IIARDIN la at Monticello with tbd homofolks and hie best girl MR AND MRS ED CARTER and Mrs J F Cover went to vtltp Wed nee day Miss SALLIE COOK of Nashville la expected tomorrow to visit her sisters here Mn M M MILLER of Richmond is with his sisterinlaw Mrs John J Mi Uobert8 MR DANIEL noLMAN of the East End spent several days with his too J K Holman DR AND MRS N H MCKINNEY of Miller burg arc over to see his grandfather Mr Richard Cobb MRS JAms SIIEARIN nod little son lusecll of Indianapolis are visiting dr and Mrs John Adams MRS W F HUTCH EK and ohll- ren of Lexington are with her par cote Mr and Mrs J W Adams MR S II MARTIN of Rookeastle was on WednesJays train returning from a visit to his relatives at Lynch burg Vi- iMissnS BBTTIB POWELL and Edna iaugbman two pretty Weel Enders wore gucsta for a day or two of Mrs M S Baughman MRS MAGGIE ROWLAND WHITE and Mrs JS Wolfs and their chil dren of Danville spent Wednesday with Mrs Mary J Miller J P DlDBBRAK and J E Rout two of the youngest us well as tbobet on glncors on the L A N were with thou r uqmefolks hero this week Mit T S BHNSON ot Casey sent us a report of the Slh Sunday mooting a Grove City but Mr M W Jones i Dame first and took the precedence THHRB will bo tour sweet girl grad uatus at Stanford Female College thl- e8Ion Atlases Bvolyn May Eastland Etta hello Cloyd Sophia Alcorn an Lita Bella Cnrii AMONG those from hors who rfaw tbo Derby wero G L Penny a M Owens W O Spend M S Baugbnmn C K Gantry J T Embry C B Ow ens S J Embry Jr RBV F W ALLBN left yesterday for JCunaaa City to attend a meeting of the directors of the orphan school at Ful ten thus State Dr William Shulton will Oil his pulpit Sunday morning W OsitouitNE representing the American Typo Foundry Co was hero yesterday and told us that the two rev olution press bought of his house would be in running shape in ours within three weeks LBTTHR from Casey Owgley con 1rays the gratifying news that ha rapidly recovering hlc health and 1on the high road to recovery Ho Is on a ranch in Mexico and is rough lag It but says ho fools betteF thus no hag for several years = Lancaster Record MR GARLAND GINQLBTON and ram ly will attend the eomlannual Sunday school convention ut Olive church near Waynosburg May 60 and remain In the vicinity a tow days Mr Singleton tolls ua he needs a tow days root altor the busy month of April Ho will In 0 his olllco May 1112 LOCAL HAPPENINGS LET Goer repair and paint your buggy Prices low CEMENT limo tiling Sc at lowest prices ut Hill I B eke SCREENdoors scccn windows rubber hose at Warren S Shanks nsliesPrecriptioni fir FOR mlllateced potatoes and garden socaa of all kinds go to Hill Beck tINOTICE Leave your orders with Hlgglna It Sims for Ico and coal Sat isfaction guaranteed Phono 44 MRS NANMIE Sf SAUFLEY has bought ofMr E G Waller jhls house and lot occupied by Mrs M E EI9 for 81100 FOR 91 Ed Wilkinson held u five mutates conversation with a friend at Decatur Ala tho other night The distance with the roundabout lines a over 1000 miles and he heard his friend distinctly HAMILTON for Rood watch work FmsJl caught fish every Friday at George H Farris d Gos TilE Milwaukee binder and mower for saloby J T Jones agent C L Dawes salesman HAY Corn Oats Shlpstuff onlyJFOR tbo next two weeks I will give carriagesNowCarton HOUSE of lour rooms In good repair good guardcn on Whltloy avenue op Infirmary for rent Only er mouth J F PeytonII BEAZLEY BROS had a good livery mare to dlo Wednesday She was over- driven by a darkoy Sunday A humane society to prevent such cruelty to ani mull should bo in exlstonco In every town and city AFTER dayso1warm weather it blew up cold yesterday and this morning frost la very much In evidence with the tomato and bean vines consid erably collard Ico also formed in greatly exposed places merchantsseltmore goods than any town of its size I know of and nearly every firm discounts its bills said wellknown grocery drum mer who cornea hero every week and sometimes twice a week FOR the teenth ttmo it la being tele graphed broadcast that W B Holmes a Danville grocer will sell neither tobacco nor hog meat It looks like tho country ought to bo pretty well ac quainted with this fact by this time Doot you think so Harry PRESS Fort SALIVo have decided unless a doal now on for our 33x47 Cot troll drum cylinder press is closed to Keep it and dispose of a l22 Gordon This presa 19 practically brand now and will print a sheet larger than tbo extra page sent with this Issue Apply at once and get a bargain tlC republicans bold conven tlou hero at 2 p M tomorrow to send delegates to the district convention to be held at NIcbolasvillo on the Oth at which time district delegates to the National convention will be named and an elector suggested Tho county committee will bo reorganized also to morrow WHEN the census enumerator prQ pound these questions to a single woman theres going to be trouble In the land Vyhat Is your color Your sox Ago at last birthday Day month and year when born Aro yon single mar oftyears married How many children l Number of children living l TOM GILL who cut Dink Farmer with a razor was acquitted on his ex wasdFarmer Ho testified that ho had thrown a rock at Gill first and was grappling with him when nut The wounds are healing fast and havo given Mr Partner bum littlu trouble GBN GORDON will lecture at Wal tons Opera House on the 26th gad tho following night at Danville The Ad voouie says that Col D N Prewltt and Capt T D English will entertain in his honor at the Olomons House and that the annual reunion of the Coated crates will be hold that day instead of a county court day as formerly LOST CotyAgraW H Lynch of Wildle who was Miss Llzzlo Horton was hero this week visiting friends and boughtonosas all Brodhead when she got away and came in this direction She ia a small red cow with u white spot in ttr forehead has sharp horns and ia three years old Any Information leading to her return will be gratefully received Tint next meeting of the Lincoln County Medlcaf Society will moot in Stanford May 8th Iho essayist Dr Bertie Carpentor will read a paper on Dysontory tho Etlolgy Pathology Diagnosis Prophylaxis and Treatment Dr J G Carpenter will discuss tho subjects Be a Man Bo a Gentle man Be a FirstClass Doctor or Quit tho Medical Profession L B Cook secretary Writ blank paper double its former price how can you afford to enlarge the iNTEtifoit JOURNAL moro than fivo columns Ua present size and still sell It for 81 a year asked a newspaper man of us the other day We acknowledged that it was a rather dllllcult problem to solve but wo wore tired of trying to squeeze matter into forms already filled tooverllowlog Our advertisers continue to encroach on our reading mat tor and wo Intend always to give a full quota of the latter If we have to en large a dozen times Tho size of the sheet we now print la 30x44 Tho new size will ha 35x48 and each ream makes additional cost of 35 to CO cents thehcourse of the year wbon It is consider od that we send out about 0000 copies a weok We cant stop however to court the coats We havo determined to make tho change and thats tho end of it Our patrons will do the vast wo lire sure r Stylish Oxfords Q eenQuality Oxfords are the coolest the best titling and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They ate also exceedlhgly hand some 250Look for TRADE MARK stamped on sole f iieen- j d II Lj CUTUP IFCLARYt PerealesThis Week L j 4 We let the knife fall this week on as pretty a line of Percales as wo ever offered to the trade Many of you know we have never brought to this market a cheap brand We show nothing but the finest Sea Islands White Stars and Brandenburg and every one of them are thlsSeasons patterns no old styles COME THIS WEEK And get any of them at prices you can never duplicate again Remember tho prices made on this line are for t One Week OnlyLook Out For Next Weeks Ad 1 JOHN P JONES Stanford Keep Comfortable AtASmalfCost See Our New Parasols Umbrellas Fans Sminer Underwear Summer Corsets Umbrella Special A vory fine Mercerized Sattcen Cover Pearl Handle 20 inches for 81 Smr Corsets 25o to II Ladles Vests taped neck 5c Ladies Vests bleached lOc Ladies Vests lisle 3 for bOc Every thing In Fans 5c to 12 White Gooda and Laces of all kinds for commencement dresses Patent Leather Slippers for Ladles nnd Chil- drenSEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs iBooks r Paints And Oils f Telephone No 2 Stanford K- yNewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGECovered with Aluminum See it before buying any other Tho Dewey SelfBasting Roaster And Baker ruasttDSnewHiggins McKinney I il v iTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered ntheposto lee at Stanford aa teeenddau matter lhsblShodTuadsya nc Fxida4l- A1 1 PERYEAR CASH w When not ispaldSiaOO will be charged t KNOXVILLE DIVISION North M a m li Train going 1 II s MZU am 36 a II South MUIi2pm 12Um For alllFolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Arrrlrea at Stanford at 109 A II 210 AMatLM Holl A lrlaat Itowlandat 1200 AT w280 rStnlordtNon Leases QUEEN CRESCENT Junction City No Koln South peamIn UM HNo5xea not stop No 3 1180 r No G S nrSoJihINo 1 doesnt stop No4 34SA No6lMPM No 106AM FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Frankfort at850 L x 3401 Tralds leave It Georgetown with the Q end r X tOnDedlng and S49parts at V30 XleaO Frankfort after connecting with Q H reachlnit xaodat5PN- he 1120A 110 P tralnt townt 71111 Xror Oetltrelo leavesAter J K NEWTON UI1 A f J+ G+ YJ ciMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalear In HARNESS SADDLERY C Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEETAKERS DEALEIU IJI Furniture MattinRSRug And Wall Paper y jThey will Exchange Furniture for aU kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY Green River Woolen Mills 1PhilCasey Co Ky uAxrrArrranaa or Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets And Yarns Wem ke lxl 01 TOLL CAttDINO sad ml ooiynn plyorA plrln any color Oar maehlotry U ant can pd the good made tu we Iruernue to outwear tbe product vf Je any M otlcruilll made at yard 10 oz wool rc ulred for a Plat- auntey12fesoa Flannel at Irc 9 01 wool rcnulred wool re iulr l Kitra Navy If colored rod or blue S cti more All Wool UInketeSapairs Ibt wool to a 8lnsl Yarn lOc lb ot wool required to tbe pound 2 orb Yarn I5c IblBoa icnulrnl lea pound eccundextra ror red blue or black lu yarn carded n Sl3 a pound Oar Motto Hlch Grade Goods Hard Time Prices Encourage home Industry Give tmployment to a borne labor Why wnd your work to dlitant vhfti you can get a better article at home for com i paratlrely the NUll price We solicit you pa satisfaction qual trooaee guarantee to ity of work In nd In fair dealing Ilrlng ui your work and we will convince you teat our claims are not extravagant Wool taken In ex change orgootU at lUar et Write or mil to alllfOmplupnUonand get our wanted Wool Ihlp loti of 10- 0pouiodaoronrfrolqMpaldooe way We do not 10cundsply lilT on llivER WOOLRN MILLS Shipping Point Mr lnoey 1bll Catty Isaiah White AKattStanford Ky LOUTEVSLL3C17IVAQO Trans Morning and Evening from Un boa Station10tlt and Broadway Passengers information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska and In the far West Including Ga- liforulafshould address Frank J Reed Gen Pass Agt R II Bacon Dill has Agt Wll McDoel Vicelres Gen Mnr CharleaILlloekwoll TraOicMngr Eenablepcreoueoramecbanlcatornvats e mind Omnnat atrip to eLcr ZLo 1kT1NT JiCOUV should write Du ltlmorelll- dJ J POLITICIANS AND POLTICS President Dole has been selected as the Ural governor of Hawaii Tho grandest banquet In the blstoryI of Michigan waa given Col Bryi n at DetroitMichigan democrats have Indor ed- WT Bryan and Charles A TOvne for the nuxt National ticket Mark Hanna has undertaken the job to bring order out of chaos in the republican party In Tcnncbsce Tho Ninth district republican con vention al Catlettsburg renominated the Hon SJ Pugb for Congress Hon W J Bryan spoke to 10000 people In the auditorium at Columbus O Ho was banqueted by the board or trade later- Democrats made a clean sweep In Bedford and Green Castle Ind olty elections Both places bad beretofore jono republican Tho accommodation committee bas already secured quarters for 12000 I litors to tho Confederate reunion at- Louisville and is still getting then The municipal elections in Indiana how democratic gains In nearly all Itlcs republican towns as a rule show- Ing majorities considerably below the ormal figures Tho arguments and briefs have been submitted In tho TuylorBeckbomct cforo tho supremo court but a deels Ion la not expected before the lith osslbly not till the 21st Hanna figures that McKinley Is 8ure of 260 electoral votes and Bryan of 171 his gives McKinley a majority of 80 ithout considering the 13 doubtful rotell in Delaware and Kansas Tbo government pays annually for ral1wav mall transportation service over W000000 an amount out of all proportion to their charges for the aneportatlon of other freight Tho monthly statement of tho public debt shows at tbo close of business on- April 30 the debt less cash In tho treasury amounted to 3l125802 wblch is an increase of 312545727 Charles H Allen Tuesday was Inaugurated governor of Porto Rico The ceremonies were preceded by a review and parade of the troops marines and menof warsmon The people were demonstrative The House o Representatives was a1most unanimous in favor of the popa- lar election of United States Sonata Tbe reform Is right it Is popular and bQaldop there was no danger that the- Senate would adopt ILAlbany ArJrus ft dispatch froml Rockcastlo says- that the raco for district delegate from- the Stb Is between B J Beihurum and- Gen D R Collier and that a fight on between George Denny and Ju3go Doretng for Instructions for deloate at largo By the overwhelming vote of 225 to 35 the House passed the Nlcarag Cana1 bill though a vigorous tight wae- mado against any action this seaalo Lie and liar wero frequently used by- tbe debaters to each other but no- collhions occurred Yom what wo can learn Gov Mo Crear who receives scores and scores of letters and appeals to make the raco- for governor has no desire whatever do so and It Is Improbable that ho w toI Id to the overtures to enter the co teatRlebmond Climax BRIEF NEWS NOTATION Anderson Pope of Livingston county has become Insane trying tomako- perpetual motion Vllllam Dryant of Cadiz 0 IB 00- yeau old and has never touched tobacco whisky or coffee The residence of Miss Ruth Mc- Quown and a number of other buUd- Ings were burned In Bardstown Mrs Eliza Chrlaman of Kansas recently deceased left her fortune 3251 000 for tbo founding of the University of Topeka Flvo buildings Including the Charli Thompaon Grocery Co arid a cold- stoage establishment burned at Mt- SterllnA Loss 812000 Five hundred Iron raonlders are onJ1- strlko at Memphis because their em- ployos refused to Increase their wages- from 93 to 350 per day- An explosion occurred In the feed department of the Cellulose plant of tbe Marsdon company at Cfiyensbon duo to spontaneous combustion of duet- Four men were badly hurt Frank H Peavey Mlnneapoliof Minn has taken out a million doUar- polio In tho Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York The annual premo lum Is 848390 the largest on record A beautiful unknown woman commit ted mlcldo in the Palmer House Cbl- cago leaving an unsigned note thhI sbe had wrecked many lives and- thought It was time that she was dead A garrison of tO men of the 43rd- Inrantry was besieged for live days in eburch at Catubig Island of Samar- Twenty were killed nail the other 10 wero almost starved when help finally arrivedAfter trying to poison his mothorAm falltng Thomas Novln a 17 year 01d- Cblcilgo boy stole her diamonds and- valuable papers representing abouti- OOoo and eloped with Mrs Sadro- Curroll a widow of 28- oLabor unions in various parts of tbe- United States declared strikes May 1 tbo emend generally being forsborter- hours and better pay In the New- England districts whero the working mon are organized tho eighthour day t bee been generally granted by cantrall torn A terrific explosion occurred at tho Scofield mining camp near Colton U in tho winter quarters of the PICI18ant Valley Coal Companys mine Two hundred were killed and 137 bodlcs so far have been recovered The oxp10s1 on Is attributed to the blowing up or several kegs of blasting powder James C Graves tho weUknowu horseman recently sentenced to 11ve years In ibo penitentiary for killinI Charles Cassidy In 1S08 was roleascd fom Jail at Versalllea on a pardon from Gov Beckham The petition for bls pardon was signed by all tho grand jurors who Indicted him by all the jll ror who convicted him by the pastors of all the Versailles churches anti by 1600 citizens In Woodford and adjoin tng counties Kingsvllle Lincoln county Crelghton Avenue like many other of Klngovllles Avenues Is now Charming with tho lovely Jlreenor blue grass and the fragrant apple bloll some In all their bewitching beauty Your correspondent was anlnterest ed observer at the postotllco recent of tho very many people who called for their INTERIOR JOURNALS and becamo at once lost In Its pages and think It speaks well for the Intelligence of our community Even some repub1lcan8 seemed to find It Interesting the b perhaps they would not like to admltlt Mr and Mrs Dan Dineen und baby returned to Somerset Monday alter a few days pleasantly spent with ber mother Mlsa Mattie Singleton returb ed to Lexington Tuesday Jesse nukel of the firm of Grant S Ilnkcl bole ale grocers ot Lexington was bero hut week taking ordcra for his houte lo la very popular hero flls brotber of Norwood visited station agent tto Jundiff Sunday Signalman Jnmcs Robinson has been suspended tot bort whllo and John Cobb Of Loxli ton la temporarily attending to tho docks Wm Honor of near Stanford visited his brother Daniel la8t week Mrs C G Baker and Miss Ella havolQtte att adal the county meet- Ing of the Grovo church Saturday teedamos J M MeCarty and C O faker are friendly competitors In tbo illllnory business and they are botb oiling an unusually large number of beautiful though not necessarily we enelve hats this season Those dlos are eo popular that it la difUoult for fair many friends to determine wbom to patronise Under the olroorasUoi ono can not well purchase loss than two spring hate Robert Smith has moell bls family to his recently comptet d owe and his brother Milford and imlly have removed to tbo house aI catod by the former and belonging to- D M Crelgbton AN INTERESTING MEETING The Oth Sunday meeting of the Soutb entucky Baptist Association Circle- No1 waa hold two days April 23 atld 2 with the Grove City church und the program carried out In order onelIub ctexceptcd The Introductory lIor mon was preached by Rev Georjle Green of MIddlcburg In the absence of the regular appointee and the meor log organized with George Green lalrman and W P Martin the rug lar clerk of the association accrctar Nino churches were represented with 2 delegates and over 920 secured for lesions So It will be seen by this- that the meeting was a success In tbo opinion of Judges a better meeting bas- not been hold in this circle Somo good humored discussions wero Indul ed in and al times religious onthualas ran up well Ono thing notlcabio the active part taken by the layme anll for which these meetings afford good opportunity and In which tbey- ara helpful JThe meeting was very spitably entertained by the Ilood people of Grovo and vicinity and an abundance of good things to cat was spread and tho people were all filled- and many basketaful taken up I tell you the people of Grove do know bow to feed a fellow IAt the close Bro J B Forrel pastor at Liberty and Rocky Ford preached good warm sermoa und an old fashlo hand shako took place in which somo cou1d not refrain from sb6utlng the praises of God On Invitation of Br J B Forrel the pastor our next weal lng will be hold with the Rooky Joord churcb on tho 28th and 20th of July M W JONES MIDDLEBUR6 Dr L JGodby of Greenwood Ten nessoe formerly of thla placewas mar- rled to Miss Lottie Taylor of Ruseol Sprlnv Wednosday From appear anCeS matrimony scams rather onta- Aious in thaipart of Tennessee as Ca lIe1 county has had two physicians to gelt married within the past 12 or 15 montbs who have accepted tho posl tlon as physician at the Greenwood mlncs Died on the 20th Mrs Ann Carman wile of Ransom Carman of pneumonia leaving a husband and four small child ronDr J O Williams Is reported somt bettel Dr J T Wesley p m attbls- plnce has removed tho postofllco from tbe store of O S Ddrham Co to tbat of Westoy k Wesley Prof Grind of Danville was down on the river a tow days fishing Mrs nod Royalty of Somerset was here on bus Incss this week CRAB ORCHARD Thoro will bo an cntcrfulnmc at the Govor Ilotol to night undo tbo auspices of the Christian Sundays Admission 10 ceuta Light rofrosb meats will bo served the proceed It log toward the benefit of tho Sunda school All are cordially Invited Our streets are being ditched nnd cleaned generally and considering tbo Income tax of our town every ono II wishing for street lamps again Dr J J Brooks received n very bandsomo show case for his drug toro and a a glance Inside hIs room would testify that ho keeps a first class drug eroro Dr Stapp is sick Dr Brooks and Dureh Buchanan went to 8CO the Der byGardening farming houeuclcii and fishing are the orders of tho day There Is a largo acreage of land bolnll cultivated this season and the whole and scapo Is ono beautiful frog run bouquet the fruit trees ot all kinds vhlto with blossoms so that the oreh ttd meadow and deep tangled wild- wood arc things of beauty promising a argo yield of Injuries for man Mrs Dr Doores and Miss Ida lIol dalI1 wont to Lancaster Wednesday to ttond tbo burial ot Frank Parlsht wbo died at Prcachersvlllo after a lIngor Inlt Illness ot consumption Dr Doores I i complaining and was unablo to accompany his wife and granddaughter Phil Pettus and brldo loft Monday for lahoy their future home Miss Jaa bel Iloss who has been attondlnl cbool at Female Ophan Scbool at Mid ray returned to Crab Orchard this week spending a few days very pleall ntlv with Misses Ida and Jefllo Good In Lexington on the return Mr lowen Cover of Danville aocompan lod her mothers remains to CrlLb rohard but owing to tho serious m 0088 of her little eon she returned Im isUlataly to her homo LAND AND STOCK Polled Durham bull for sale M S aughmantoW P Grimes bought a lot of year ngsattlOAO W F Lillnnl of Anderson sold arksbire boar for 165 Head the advarlt 4HMnl of Hon Il- D Kings string of JaoKa James Powell sold to Parkin- irrurd or a bunch of hogs at 4e Folt SArt11G aloe yearlings bomo ralsod toll red W Y Carrey lied vl1lo FOR SAIK MoOormaalc Binders and Thomn hay rake both good as now A LaokoyIII W Brode one of the Darby laYor lteI hM been seat bees because be- sulked In two titans Mark HardIn hat six eown that l1e 2 gallons of milk imr day Two of- tbom jive flvo gallons each iV Oentry nod J II Boone who- are partners In the wool bttatnatu have- bouJbt savural oropa paylep S6o for- the bust Lutoa Co sold to Wilkinson Allen 60 fat hogs at 4a They also s01d to J C Lynn of Diavlllo tome fllt butcber cows at 4c loyal King the splendid goldallg ownud by J E Furls died WodnefdIr of colic lie was by the great SlIror Kin and did stud service several years A maro belonging to Mr S ughroan surprised her owler and- otbers by dropping twin colts one horie and the others mule The former dietl but the latter la alive and klckin Charles F Price for eight years ts retaryof the New Loulavlllo Joekoy Club has resigned hit poltlon to taktI eat at once because W F Shulf s appointed presiding judge lor tbo- comlDg meeting Col A W Hamilton bought 62yca l1ng cattle In Woodford county welgl log 700 pounds At 5u This is probably the fancloaulot of yearlings that havo- been teen in Montgomery county In 10 VtJllrdDomooratThe sale conducted by P Faulconer was be tells us the moU ntlsrncLorv and pleasant be over hell h was at Maple Park Klndorgartoi- avllle last week A list of tho sales- shows that 08 averaged 9145 23 man ugul over 8100 and a Mlulstlppl- man gave 8S55 for one K H Crow- gavc 818760 for Diamond and W Dryo got onu for 810760 Mr Faulconc- orvea the thanks of every bors- ralscr lu kite effort to bring the horse of his section to tbo notice of buyors- from all over the country Inst winter during an epidemic of- whooping cough my children contracted the disease having severe coughing spells We hud used Chamberlains Gough Rein elly very successfully lor croup nail nlt- uraUy turned to it at that time and found It rellovcd the cough and effected a com ScuruJoirNECLIrvouu Proprlo tor Norwood Houui Norwood N Y fhlsremedy Is for tale by Craig Hock or Drugging lawn tlckolB to the Louisville 11ay- lolusle Festival May 14 10 and 10 are- only 87 for tho best seats In tbo houa Singlo tickets 8250 to 50 cents to benr- Sembrleh and NorJlcn the great stars of the Metropolitan Opera Company and Miss Leonora Jackson the wordM- fumaus violinist The railroads wl I give iyury low rates A poatolltco has boon established a1- iHpeck Adair county with Wm Bald win postmaster Horse nsid Mules to Sc l I havo Pour 3 yoaro1il Maro Mull nnll Pour gold Work none aalo IT 1m L O Ooocu Wnyncsburg ICy I HAVE A Fine Sliorthorn Bull Which I till stand at my place u mllo from tho Court House on tho Orchard pike Service fee el In advance Colt juar ant od W 0 B1IANK9 BTAMroan IY HOTEL FOR S1tLe Leading JloUl In entt with bulnrtt sell or trade fur gixxl cluck tams prlnflpeJl arlul Aodrm iKTKRiga Jounxit liON G G GILBERT 11 candidate for roclectlon to OODrMI from thll dUtrlcl subject to any rrl n1ar ctlon tho jwrty maytako DINK FAK9IKR Ia a candidate for Jailer subject to the ac Ion of the domocratlo party lie 10lleUa your support JOHN C PEPPLES III a candidate for Jaltnrot Lincoln Oout to tho action of the democratic party Your support la collo- ltedOSTEIO1ehrrtby warn all pmoni from troupaxlnf on AT talll for any nurpu whatever war LANUUKAF Krlgtr t I ale WilD all iwnnni from upaaln on lilT fllll1 on Hulk Cretk for any whiwtfr kaa IILIA Olullbho y FOR RENTco- d property In the town of Crab Orchard W LANUUIUF Krlger fiy =RITH HOTEL T FaAKOlGM Prsprlstcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY p n t Kate In th Bxxinutm ntN 11wtenmtLUtralea 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